(Natalie asked Jeremy to her family's house for Easter weekend, but he's concerned.)
Jeremy: I'm Jewish. And her family is, you know, incredibly not. Which isn't by the way, any sort of a problem for me, but I do think it might be a problem for them, because, after all, there are those who think I killed their lord, Jesus Christ. Not me directly, mind you. I didn't drive the getaway car or anything. In fact, my family's from Latvia, so we've got a pretty solid alibi, but anyway, Isaac, what do you think?
Isaac: Oh my God, were you talking to me all that time?
Jeremy: You want me to start again?
Isaac: Yeah, but first, could you just hit me over the head with that blunt instrument over there?
Sally: You got a problem with me today, Dan?
Daniel: You're 19 feet tall. Why are you wearing heels?
Sally: Are you feeling diminutive?
Daniel: No... but now I have to look up that word.
Casey: Don't take my friendship with Dana for granted.
Gordon: What do you mean?
Casey: I know you think I'm in love with her, and I know she thinks I'm in love with her, and that's all fine as long as it's fun and games. But I want you to know that Dana's important to me. I've known her a long time, and I like her a lot. And there are certain lengths I'd go to to avoid seeing her get hurt in any way.
Gordon: What's on your mind, Casey?
Casey: You're wearing my shirt, Gordon.