Josh: So there're these two Indians in the lobby.
Josh: No, that's not the beginning of a joke. I'm saying there're these two Indians in the lobby.
Josh: Did you hear about the two Indians in the lobby?
Leo: One of them wants to become a rabbi?
Josh: It's not a joke ... nevermind.
Josh: Did you get me a flight?
Josh: Excellent! One that gets me there in time for dinner?
Josh: And I don't have to change planes in Atlanta?
Donna: No, even better, you do have to change planes in Atlanta.
Josh: I told you --
Donna: You have to change planes in Atlanta! Deal with it!
Josh: Find me something!
Donna: Why is this being done last minute?
Josh: And remember to scold me a couple times before I go.
Donna: I'm telling your mother you forgot where she lives!
Josh: You're the girl I made fun of in elementary school, you know that?
Donna: Yes, I do.
It's not plausable that Georgia, or any other state, would even consider giving a 13-year old the death penalty. Under the current law, no one under the age of 17 can receive the death penalty as a punishment.