Dillon visits The Man and goes over what he has to do so that he can live forever. The Man reminds Dillon that he has to tell him why he wants to live forever and he explains that he has a crappy life and wants a better one. When The Man starts by asking him why he wants to be invulnerable, Dillon says that he doesn't want to decay and that everyone is just meat. The Man asks him how he knows that's all he is and Dillon claims that he just pays attention. When The Man says that there's more, Dillon admits that his dad used to write him when he was in the service. Dillon hesitates but finally says that his father is dead and the last time he saw him was when he was buried with a closed-casket funeral. He broke into the funeral home but the coffin was bolted, so he found the tools to break it open. Dillon then asks what he has to do and The Man tells him that he has to mark three people. When Dillon says that he doesn't know what that means, The Man tells him that he'll find out...Read the full recap
The Man: Like I said, you have to tell me why you want this thing.
Dillon: It's not that big a deal, man. Look, I've got a crappy life. I want a better one.
The Man: People build lives every day without having to live forever.
Dillon: Well, I don't have any training so I'm going to need the time.
The Man: To get it right?
The Man: Tell me what went wrong with Heather.
Henry: We weren't meant for each other.
The Man: What does that mean?
Henry: We just fell out of love.
The Man: When did that happen?
Henry: She never loved me.
The Man: How do you fall out of something that never was?
The Man: You have to become the servant of a higher power.
The Man: You need to become a true believer.
The Man: Of one kind or another.
Henry: No. No, I don't do that.
The Man: That's the task.
Henry: No, God is a fool's crutch. I stand on my own two feet.
The Man: Then what are you doing here?
Jack: Wait, wait. Ah... what if I want more?
The Man: More of what?
Jack: Let's say I don't... just want to stop them from building that place. Let's say I... I want to stop all of it.
The Man: All of what?
Jack: Their faith. Their... whole thing. Their--their--their entire religion.
The Man: Their entire religion?
Jack: Wipe it out. I mean, I stop them from building this place, what does it really get me, hmm? I can't just be thinking about my grandkids. It's time to stop all of it.
The Man: All of... all of it?
Jack: Yes. Their books, their buildings, their history, their--their symbols. Their faith, their god. Everything! Gone!
The Man: You want to eradicate their faith?
Jack: Eradicate. Heh. That's a... that's a good word.
Melody: I want to make a deal.
The Man: No, you don't.
Melody: You can't say no.
The Man: I'm not saying no.