|Age Range(s)||Young Adult (20-35)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Descriptive, Reminiscing life story/Telling a story|
|Description||You ever been hunting?|
|Details||Season 1, Ep. 7, "Red in the Face" 29 minutes into the episode|
Pete Campbell tells Peggy how it is like to go hunting and what he'd like to do when he goes hunting.
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|PETE CAMPBELL: "You ever been hunting, Peggy? You either have or you haven't. I went a couple of times with my uncle. New Hampshire. It's an incredible sensation. You have to be very quite. Take it down with the first shot or you scare it away. And sometimes you have to go up and finish it off. Then you tie it to the bumper and you go home. But you know what I've always wanted to do? I would pick it up...throw its back legs over my shoulder, and I would drag it through the snow to this little cabin. And there....I'd hang it up..between a couple of trees, cut it open, drain it, dress it, and then I'd take my big hunting knife, and I'd cut this loin right out of the side. And I'd go into the cabin and there'd be this woman waiting for me, standing by one of those old stoves with a big black pipe, and I'd hand it to her and she'd put it in a cast-iron skillet, and then I'd sit at the table...and she'd bring it to me. And I'd wipe my knife on my knee and then I would eat it while she watches....|