Captain Beatty came to see why Montag was out of work. He then decides to tell Montag about being a fireman and how they get curious or worried and they do things they shouldn't.
"Every fireman, sooner or later, hits this. they only need understanding, to know how the wheels run. Need to know the history of our profession. They don't feed it to rookies like they used to" (Bradbury 51).
"This is your house as well as mine. I feel it's only fair I tell you something now" (Bradbury 62).
Montag is finally decideng to tell Mildred he has been hiding books in the vent in their bedroom.
Montag tells mildred how much he needs her and they need to stick together, and that she should hear him out and understand him.
"I need you so much right now, I can't tell you. If you love me at all you'll put up with this, twenty-four, forty-eight hours, that's all I ask, then it'll be over, I promise, I swear" (Bradbury 64)!