Scott: Spring

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[Scott is outside. He is shot from about the top of his chest up. He has a shovel in his one hand that is positioned straight up and looks from the shot to be a walking stick.]

Scott: [deep exhale] You smell that? That's the smell of Spring, and I love it. You know what I love to do in Spring? I love to come out into the woods, to walk amongst the budding trees, to smell and taste the hint of renewal that hovers in the air like a heady perfume, and to listen to the song of the birds who have returned from their long sojourn south, and bury the people I killed during the winter.

[As Scott moves some dirt with the shovel, the shot widens to reveal a body lying in a wheelbarrow.]

Credit to Kids in the Hall/Broadway Video