" 'You know Dad,' Marlene went on about her grandmother's offer [to buy Marty and Jennifer a new scene screen]. 'He'd probably get, like, pissquanced.' / 'Pissquanced?' Grandma asked with a distasteful frown. / 'You know, insulted,' Marlene answered. 'He'd think that, well —' / Her grandmother nodded, suddenly understanding. 'That we were reminding him he can't afford it?' She sighed, as if she had heard this story over and over again. 'Poor Marty. He'd always been so concerned about what people think about him, what they say behind his back.' She glanced at her upside-down husband. 'How many times have we heard it, George: "Mom, I can't let 'em think I'm cheap!" "Mom, I can't let 'em think I'm not with it!" "I can't let 'em think I'm chicken!" "