(Jim flirts with Allie)
Jim: (to Billy) You look three inches taller buddy. (to Allie) Can I get stretched out next?
Allie: Um I only help the disabled.
Jim: Ehh, some guys get all the luck.
Allie: I wouldn't call them lucky.
Billy: Yeah, neither would I.
(Jim attempts to recruit some help)
Jim: Rodney! We help each other out, don't we buddy?
Rodney: Yes we do mate.
Jim: Well, Rodney I need you help. I'd like to get to know Allie a little better. Can you help me?
Rodney: No Jim, I like Allie.
(Billy is upset because his teammate had interference)
Ally: Pinball is a natural obstacle around here. We all know what he does.
Jim: what does he do?
Ally: Basically he bounces from wall to wall.
Jim: Great nickname.
(Rodney talks to a couple homeless guys)
Louie: Why the egg?
Rodney: It's not done till it's over. It's not over till it's done.
Larry: Holy shit Louie, that's deep.
Rodney: Thank you.
Louie: But, what about the egg?
(Big meeting in the office)
Rodney's Mother: Do you know where my Rodney is?
Jim: No, I don't right now. I don't know where Rodney is...but, Rodney is a lot more resourceful than you might think. All these guys are. You know? I came into this looking at it from a completely different angle. And I was proven wrong. You've got to stop treating them like their disabled. Well, obviously you've got to treat them like they're disabled cause there's certain needs, chairs, crutches and whatnot, but you've got to stop treating them like they're kids. They're stronger and tougher than any of you think, and many of them outsmarted me today.
(Rodney shows up after a day of being out on his own)
Rodney: Mom, this is my best friend and partner Jim. (puts his arm around Jim, he's short so instead of his shoulder, Rodney wraps around his waist)
Jim: (puts his arm across Rodney's shoulder) I'm just his friend I don't know why he said partner. (Gently scratches Rodney's head)