Oliver: In my entire life I've never found anything charming.
Sam: Henry, last fall, every time your boss got on the stump and said, "It's time for the rich to pay their fair share," I hid under a couch and changed my name. I left Gage Whitney making $400,000 a year, which means I paid twenty-seven times the national average in income tax. I paid my fair share, and the fair share of twenty-six other people. And I'm happy to because that's the only way it's gonna work, and it's in my best interest that everybody be able to go to schools and drive on roads, but I don't get twenty-seven votes on Election Day. The fire department doesn't come to my house twenty-seven times faster and the water doesn't come out of my faucet twenty-seven times hotter. The top one percent of wage earners in this country pay for twenty-two percent of this country. Let's not call them names while they're doing it, is all I'm saying.
C.J.: You guys are like Butch and Sundance peering over the edge of a cliff to the boulder-filled rapids 300 feet below, thinking you better not jump 'cause there's a chance you might drown. The President has this disease and has been lying about it, and you guys are worried that the polling might make us look bad? It's the fall that's gonna kill ya.
Sam: First of all, it's bad writing. It sounds like it was written by a high school girl.
Helen: Is there something wrong with the way a woman writes?
Sam: There usually is when she's in high school.
C.J.: You guys are like Butch and Sundance peering over the edge of a cliff to the boulder-filled rapids 300 feet below.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Harry Alonzo Longabaugh) are notorious bank and train robbers from the 19th century.
Episode Title: The Fall's Gonna Kill You
The episode title comes from a line from the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. During the movie, Cassidy and Sundance are on a cliff and Sundance doesn't want to jump into the river below because he can't swim, but Butch tells him that the fall will probably kill him.