SON: (looking over her shoulder at the screen) "When you 'like' something its like you're in a group conversation and in your mind you approve of something. You know like when you like what somebody said but you just nod. The 'like' click is like a little nod but now you know everyone can see. Zuckerberg is a genius. He intellectualized group social dynamics and stuck it up on a computer screen."
MOM: (annoyed) "But why do these people want to be friends with me? I don't even know them."
SON: "The computer knows they're friends of friends ..."
MOM: "Well that's creepy. That's not right."
SON: "They're not trying to sell you insurance, Mom."
MOM: "There is something wrong about this. I feel it in my bones."
The SON rolls his eyes, but then reconsiders and makes a little face like she might be right. Then he continues to peer over her shoulder at the laptop screen. He loves her.