Flint: You never saw this gun before, did you?
Briggs: You can make book I didn't.
Lowenson: If businessmen of Mr. Toland's status didn't help rehabilitate men back into society, what hope would there be for people?
Parker: I guess there isn't any. It's a hopeless mess. The whole city.
Keith: What makes milk white?
Briggs: (as Flint is frisking him) I'm getting used to this position. It's very relaxing. Good for my shoulder muscles.
Barney: (to Penny) You gotta learn to believe in me the way I believe in you.
Barney: (to Flint) People when they walk, they think, but when I walk everything closes off.
Barney: There's gotta be more to a man than springs, plastic, and glue.
Toland: What makes you so sure?