Chris Mott: The game is called “Hell Born”. You start out as a ghost trying to fight your way out of Hell and when finally reach the surface, you need to track down your lost soul in order to become human again.
Paul: Sounds like a typical day around here.
Brad: We are required to turn this over to Miss Beller. As per the rules of discovery, we’ll provide it with the 100,000 pages of documents that pertain to this production request.
Chris Mott: So, you’re gonna bury it?
Brad: No, that would be unethical. We’ll simply comply… fully.
(About raising children.)
Alena Richardson: It is the most exhausting job ever, don’t you think?
Judge Jamie Atkinson: Absolutely.
A.D.A. Richard Kelton: Objection!
Judge Jamie Atkinson: Sustained. Strike that last remark. (Under her breath.) Even though it is completely true.
Denny: So you mix up your words. Make it work for you. That’s what I do.
Alan: Please, don’t leave.
Denny: I said do not talk to me.
Alan: It’s just, that’s my suitcase. You’re packing my things.
Alan: For me to go on, Denny, I’d need my balcony time, whether I work here or not.
Denny: You got it.
Alan: Typically, when I get fired, I’m banned from the premises.
Denny: Service elevator,… I got the keys.
Eric Yavitch: Objection, Your Honor. Mr Shore is introducing evidence in his closing that was never
presented at trial.
Alan: Nonsense, Your Honor. I refer you to plaintiff’s exhibit number apple.
Eric Yavitch: I beg your pardon?
Alan: Apple trash can is picked from God.
(All in the courtroom look at Alan, confused. Alan still seems that everything is OK.)
Eric Yavitch: Huh?
Judge Stephen Bickel: Mr. Shore…
Alan: Not the years sixty when classic electrons are free.
Eric Yavitch: Objection! Uh, I think.
Judge Stephen Bickel: Mr. Shore, you have a notorious history of courtroom theatrics. If your aim is to
force a mistrial, you will be disappointed.
Alan: (Under his breath) Pillow pants join forces over embargo pylons. (Becoming empathetic) You
aren’t sailing past honor for the liking of a room. These questions are birthday basements. To end the
blue radish is the upside of luxury and sparking a good lizard can only make tears fall in hindsight.
Puddles do not ask for why not? It is cheese! Breath and wind. It is cheese. (Sits down and looks at the opposing attorneys who are staring at him confused) What?
(To the woman who sees Alan holding Denny’s hand.)
Alan: Denny’s my friend. He takes me to nice places; buys me nice things. We like to dress up.
This is a reference to the episode, “Witches of Mass Destruction”, where Alan and Denny dress up like pink flamingos together for Halloween.