Christopher: We've had some horrendous ideas in the past together, but we may have outdone ourselves.
Christopher: Problem? What kind of problem?
Winston: You know that thing about there being no camera on the roof?
Winston: There's a a camera on the roof.
Christopher: Excuse me?
Winston: And do me a favor, would you?
Christopher: What's that?
Winston: Don't get dead.
Christopher: I'll do my best.
Martin Gleason: You don't seem to get it, okay? This place is like one giant mousetrap, all right? They've got electromagnetic locks on every door, there's, like cameras on every angle.
Martin Gleason: What? What?
Christopher: You ever considered decaf?
Winston: I think the two of us are going to have to pull an Aunt Linda.
Guerrero: An Aunt Linda?
Winston: Yeah, an Aunt Linda? You know, call in the cavalry?
Guerrero: Calling in the cavalry's an Uncle Dan. Unless increment weather's a factor. Then you call it a Boston Cooler.
Christopher: You can do it. Just wind up and do it. Don't think too much.
Martin Gleason: Great moments in peer pressure--"Don't think too much."
Christopher: You brought a fish?
Martin Gleason: Yeah, well, they destroyed her fish tank. she's been with me for over a year. It didn't seem right to just leave her there.
Christopher: She has a name, doesn't she?
Martin Gleason: What? No! She doesn't have a name. She's a fish. She doesn't... it's Meredith.
Christopher: I had a boss like that once.
Martin Gleason: Huh, really? You mean, a, uh, "Lock you in a building and try to kill you" kind of boss?
Christopher: Well, less the first part, more the second.
Christopher: An Aunt Linda.
Winston: Uh-huh. Calling in the cavalry's an Uncle Dan.
Christopher: No, no, no, calling in the cavalry's an Aunt Linda. I don't even know who Uncle Dan is. You talk to Guerrero about this?