Kit demands the captain to turn the boat around for the doll the boy lost, but he refuses.
TURN THE BOAT AROUND!
All that fuss about the doll and now you throw it away. Shame!
Kit gets the doll herself, while Nat jumps in after her because he thought she'd drown.
I'll help her!
I'LL GET IT!
Everybody is suspicious of Kit now, and consider her to be a witch due to her ability to swim.
You must be daft to jump in with those clothes!
These were my only clothes!
I got it for you.
John Holbrook introduces himself to Kit, and they discuss Kit's past and where she lived.
I am Katherine Tyler bound for Wethersfield to live with my aunt.
I live in Saybrook, but I am going to Wethersfield to study under reverend Bulkely.
Hello, I am John Holbrook bound for Wethersfield.
Nat and Kit have a joking conversation about how others think Kit is a witch, but Nat gives her a serious warning during the conversation, implying Kit should not swim.
Don't worry! I wouldn't go near your freezing river again!
How dare she!
Goodwife Cruff continues to insist you are a witch. She says no respectable woman would keep afloat in the water like that.
Well, witches do always float, I've seen it myself. The innocent ones sink like a stone.
Nat and the captain lead Kit to her new home where she reveals she hasn't yet told her aunt she was coming. Nat then reminds Kit of her earlier warning, slipping in "Only the guilty ones stay afloat" before Kit arrived at the home.