Lou almost attempts to commit suicide and because of it, he asks Tommy for help.
Sheila asks Tommy to have a child with her, no strings attached.
Johnny admits to Tommy that he has been coveting Janet since Tommy's Junior Prom.
(Brings in paper condemning the FDNY.)
Tommy: I'm done. I am done. Look at that. I'm moving to the woods and eating nuts and squirrels and then I'm gonna set the woods on fire and not tell anyone until it is too late. Look, "FDNY Leaves Man for Dead".
Tommy: You took her cherry.
Sean: I took her cherry?
Lou: Hey, no offense, but this is Maggie we're talking about. Seems to me that particular event might have happened around the fifth grade.
Tommy: Ha ha, very funny.
Lou: Fourth grade.
Tommy: Hypothetical - you and I go to the zoo. You climb into the bear exhibit with a stick and you start poking the bear with the stick. You expect me to either pull you out or call somebody for help, right?
Tommy: Okay, the same situation except my sister is the bear and the stick is your cock.
Franco: Ya know, I used to come out here every day around this time and have a smoke. Now, I just come out here and breathe.... Sucks.
Sean: That's crazy.
Tommy: Yeah, crazy to you and me, but to a crazy person, business as usual.
Janet: Are we having an actual conversation here or is it me just talking and you nodding your head at everything I say?
Tommy: A little bit of both.
Lou: Charles Bronson, Death Wish.
Death Wish is a 1974 film starring Charles Bronson in which he is a New York City architect who becomes a vigilante on the city streets after his wife is murdered by street thugs. This film spawned four sequels all starring Charles Bronson.