The group takes a flight from Montgomery to Memphis and then boards another plane for New York.
TEACHER: Is this your first time on a plane, Seth?
SETH'S DAD: What are you talking about? You've never been on a plane before.
SETH: I just flew from Montgomery to Memphis.
ROBERT: So I heard today was your first time flying?
SETH: It's my first time on a plane, it's my first time on a subway, it's my first time above the Mason Dixon Line.
11:00 at night. Crews are busy paving Seventh Avenue. Horns are honking, there are shouts and all kinds of noise.
SETH: Is this why they call it the city that never sleeps? Because it's too loud?
ROBERT: Why are you tossing your peanuts in the grass?
SETH: I'm feedin' the soil. It's nitrates.
SETH: George Washington Carver didn't invent the peanut.
ROBERT: Didn't think so.
SETH: But he found three hundred things you could do with a peanut.
ROBERT: Such as?
SETH: Well, you can feed the soil.
ROBERT: That's one.
ROBERT: What else?
SETH: You can make peanut butter.
SETH: And a whole bunch more.