Joel Miller: Those things I did, Tommy, those things that you judge me for, I did those things to keep us alive.
Tommy Miller: We did those things. And they weren't "things." We murdered people. And I don't judge you for it. We survived the only way we knew how. But there were other ways. We just weren't any good at 'em.
Maria Miller: Everyone pitches in. We rotate patrols, food prep, repairs, hunting, harvesting.
Tommy Miller: Everything you see in our town, greenhouses, livestock, all shared. Collective ownership.
Joel Miller: So, communism.
Tommy Miller: Nah. Nah, it ain't like that.
Maria Miller: It is that. Literally. This is a commune. We're communists.