Eddie: The vast majority of humans just can't process that kind of information. They can believe in all kinds of stuff, you know. Gods, for example. Angels, demons, and dinosaurs and the Big Bang Theory, and E equals MC squared, man. But that's only because it's not right in front of them. They're not looking directly into the boiling core of the raw universe. So, you know, confronted with that kind of reality, a lot of brains just turn to mush.
Wu: Are we depressed?
Nick: Were you able to get any info off the driver's cell phone?
Wu: Yes. And no.
Hank: Can you just give us the yes?
Eddie: What’s my favorite color?
Eddie: You know, you never ask me about anything else. Like sports or music or who the hottest Bond babe was. You know, like normal conversation. Just saying. Be nice to switch it up once and a while, you know.
Nick: Well, what’s your favorite color?
Eddie: You don’t mean that.
Nick: No, really, I want to know.
Nick: Well, I feel so much closer to you now.
Eddie: This might be a little awkward, but for example, you probably didn’t know that your testicles... I mean, not your testicles specifically. But that part of the human male anatomy has a kind of a Viagra-like effect on certain species. Not that I ever had need to... I mean, everything works great...
Nick: Oh, no. That wasn’t awkward at all.