In a vineyard outside of Portland, one of the workers, Sam, collapses. One of the co-workers, Betty Carter, runs to him and confirms that he's not breathing. However, one of the foremen, Leonard, comes over and tells everyone to get back to work while they take care of it...Read the full recap
Alec: There's the full non-disclosure agreement that Kristin's required to sign in order to get her settlement. That's a hundred pages longer than the one you sign for the CIA. The winery's just trying to get her to shut up.
Sophie: And how did you get your hands on a CIA contract?
Alec: You ask too many questions.
Frank Madigan: We're going to increase the output of this winery by 1000%. And for the pleasure of being part of that, you get college credit. Welcome.
Parker: What? Wait--is "college credit" code for "you're not going to pay me"?
Frank Madigan: Get to work.
Worker: Here's the computer you ordered, sir.
Alec: My precious. (Parker glares) You--I mean you. You're my precious.
Alec: Age of the geek, baby. I am the Grape Gatsby.
Parker: Who's that?
Eliot: His name's Leonard. He's Madigan's right-hand guy.
Parker: He has a very punchable face.
Eliot: Yeah, I noticed that.
Alec: My precious.
Gollum is Sméagol, the corrupted hobbit in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Earth books, who seeks the return of his Precious, the One Ring.
Alec: I am the Grape Gatsby.
The Great Gatsby is a 1925 novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Jay Gatsby, the title character, is a secretive millionaire with criminal connections.