Title text: I mean, the black-and-white stuff was running backward, but it hardly mattered to the story.
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- [Cueball and Megan standing by a train.]
- Megan: I'm bad at goodbyes. At some level I never think they're for real.
- Cueball: They make me think of T. H. White's Merlin.
- Megan: Oh?
- Cueball: He lived backwards, remembering the future and not the past. To him, final goodbyes meant nothing, while first hellos were tearful and bittersweet.
- Megan: Huh - so over the years he'd forget all his friends.
- Must've been lonely.
- Cueball: Yeah. He ended up just sitting around at home watching DVDs all day. The best was the time he rented 'Memento'...
- [Merlin is sitting in front of a couch, watching TV]
- Merlin: Well, that was straightforward.