Natalie: What about the drugs? Do they help?
Rosen: You should try some and see for yourself.
Cameron: Well, this muzak is killing me. I'm tired of reading deodorant labels.
Bill: You could always switch to hemorrhoid cream.
Bill: That would be aisle three, Hicks.
Bill: Besides, which one of us actually caught someone and which of us shot and killed a parking meter?
Cameron: Friggin' meter had it coming.
Cameron: Take it easy on Cley. I mean, he's a Pittsburgh Pirate fan. He suffers enough.
Bill: That's a self-inflicted wound.
Rachel: What happened to the two of you?
Nina: I woke up.
Cameron: Yeah, is that what you call pushing everyone you meet? You need help.
Nina: You feel like jumping off a building?
Rosen: Please, the both of you, you can discuss how much you care about each other later.
Rosen: And what are these friends offering me?
Nathan Cley: A full pardon. A cause. A fat consulting fee. It'll be just like the old days.
Rosen: Ah, you know, there's a reason they call them the old days. Because they are old.
Rachel: Hey, Gary, my mom's hummus. Your favorite.
Nina: Rachel, he's not a dog, Okay? He doesn't respond to treats.
Rachel: Dogs don't like hummus.
Danielle Sophia Rosen: Yeah, people really do screw everything up, don't they?
Stanton Parish: The smokestack has ever waged war on the apple tree. We'll put an end to that. Better people, better world.
Trying to get home to watch Storage Wars
is an A&E reality series that airs on Tuesday nights, and features professional auctioneers who bid on the contents of storage lockers after they have been abandoned.
Cameron: It's Night of the Living Dead.
Night of the Living Dead is a 1968 horror movie by George Romero credited with the birth of the "undead" horror movie, as it features flesh-eating zombies
Stanton Parish: Miles to go before we sleep.
Stanton quotes from "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost.