Chauffeur Walter's mother Lena tells her daughter-in-law Ruth, referring to Lena's husband Walter, "And I knew he was down then. Really down. When we lost that baby oh I thought we was going to lose big Walter too. Ahh that man grieved his self so."
Ruth: "Ain't nothing can tear at you like losing a baby." (0:22)
Lena tells Walter's sister Beneatha, referring to Ruth , "Women gets depressed when they get her way." (0:34)
Ruth tells Walter, "In your heart of hearts you're much drunker." (0:57)
Walter asks Beneatha's friend George, "What are they filling your head with... Psychology?" (1:04)