Homemaker Jesse May tells her husband Ludie, "It just keeps me so nervous never knowing..." (0:13)
Jessie Mae tells Ludie's mother Mrs. Watts, "I'm nervous." (0:21)
Mrs. Watts tells passenger Thelma, referring to Jessie Mae, "I bet she told you I was crazy."
"Poor Jessie Mae thinks everybody's crazy..." (0:46)
Mrs. Watts tells Thelma, "Hymns make Jesse May nervous." (0:48)
Mrs. Watts tells Thelma about the loss of her father and her babies. (0:49)
Mrs. Watts talks about her lost love Ray John Murray, "He got drunk, and he married out of spite." (0:52)
Mrs. Watts discovers that her old friend Callie just died. (0:55)
Ludie tells his mother about the death of his grandfather: "I remember the day that he died." (1:30)
Do we see triangulation in Ludie's relationships with his mother and wife.