John: How many times have you been married?
Omar: Enough to know it’s supposed to be forever.
Sara: Ever think about doing something else?
John: Every ten years.
Sara: You walk away from a major MI, no sign of cardiac damage, you survive multiple shootings and stabbings… you’re either the luckiest man alive or the unluckiest.
John: Well, that’ll depend on whether you’ll have dinner with me tonight.
Eva: So what’s with you and that doc?
John: She has a crush on me, she just doesn’t know it.
Eva: Oh yeah, you’re irresistible.
Eva: You keep that up, you’re going to die young.
John: I have good karma.
Eva: What is it about women that scares men so much, they need to rape and kill to destroy it?
Detective Tony Santori: I’ve always wondered, Mank, when you work on a female, do you ever think of her as a woman.
Mank: Not really.
Eva: For the record, Santori, when I work with you, I don’t really think of you as a man.
John: Is that an Army Ranger knife, Phil? Tactical fixed blade, serrated edge? Man, I always wanted one of those. I was in the Rangers, you know, Whitcomb’s Rangers, you probably never heard of them.
John: You really think I got stabbed just to see you? That’s a little narcissistic.
Sara: I don’t know what to think. You’re a very strange man.
John: You have no idea.
Omar: John didn’t tell me he had such a radiant new partner.
Eva: Oh, I don’t think radiant would be the word he’d use. How long have you known him?
Omar: Seems like my whole life.
John: Do you believe in true love?
Sara: Whoa. That’s a big question.
John: Oh, it’s the only question.
Durst: Do you apologize?
John: I think you know the answer to that.
Durst: It’s just as well. Your death will be apology enough.