Evan: Babe? You didn't even know him, so you don't have to be there. (Jack's funeral)
Paige: Are you going to be there?
Paige: Then so will I.
Nina: Hank you did everything you could.
Hank: Yeah then I guess there's not much too, ahhh, debrief about.
Boris: It's an intriguing idea. I'd like to vet it.
Claudette: Vet it how?
Boris: By watching you present it to a potential client.
Divya: Isn't there a difference between losing Jack and losing your mum?
Evan: Hank doesn't deal with tragedy well. The day our mom died was the day his childhood ended, and ever since then he's taken responsibility for everyone and everything and he always refused to share it. So this time I can help carry the load.
Divya: Good luck at the meeting then.
Evan: (to Divya) Please stop being so nice to me. It's making me feel very uncomfortable. Thank you.
Jill: It's not just the sadness Hank, it's also the guilt.
Hank: What do you feel guilty about?
Jill: Well I... I keep replaying the boat, over and over in my head and... the second I realized how sick he (Jack) was, why, why didn't I force him back to shore?
Hank: Jill, you got a hold of me as soon as you could, which is the only reason Nina and I were there waiting as soon as you docked. And then you got him rushed to the hospital. There was nothing else you could have done.
Dr. Paul Van Dyke: I got a message from Divya, ripping into me for not following up with a patient?
Evan: Grace Hay Adams. Yeah she told me. Don't sweat it, I know followup isn't really your strong suit.
Dr. Paul Van Dyke: Well that's what I came by to tell her, I did followup, with Hank.
Divya: You were right to trust your instincts, Evan. I'm proud of you.
Evan: Okay... ahh Divya? Please, you have to stop being nice to me.
Hank: Hey what are you guys yapping about over there?
Evan: Uhh, sorry, Divya was hitting on me, it was very awkward for everyone.
Hank: You used a new device on a patient without consulting me.
Evan: If I consulted you, you would have said no.
Hank: Yeah, you're right I would have because we run a medical practice, not a Sharper Image franchise.
Evan: I gave up a lot, I gave up my job, I gave up my life basically because I believed in you, I believed in my brother. When's it gonna be your turn, huh? To believe in me, even a little bit?
Hank: Evan, I'm done fighting with you about the expansion of HankMed, and not just because your timing sucks. Sorry to remind you, but I have the letters M.D., so I'm in charge.
Hank: (to Jill) I want to talk about a job.
Paige, is this your first real job, like ever?
I dated an American Idol
, they paid us to show up at night clubs!
is a U.S. television show that searches for new singers and entertainers.
visual: Hank receives an e-mail on his Apple iPad.
The Apple iPad is a groundbreaking tablet computer that is making inroads into multiple markets, including physicians.
Hank: (to Evan) ... we run a medical practice, not a Sharper Image franchise.
Sharper Image is a company that sells all the latest electronic gadgets.