John Crichton: Dog with two bones.
Utu-Noranti Pralatong: Unfamiliar.
John Crichton: Dog, animal, it’s a pet. He has this bone. It’s the most important thing in the world; he carries it everywhere he goes. And, uh, one day he goes down to the water and he sees another dog with a bone reflected on the surface. It’s identical. And he wants that bone too, so he opens his mouth to grab it and his bone falls in the water and it disappears. It’s gone. And he’s left standing there… looking at himself. And he has nothing.