Steven: Okay, that's it. No more Mr. Nice Gay.
Claudia: Well, it's only human to have doubts. Right, Mrs. Frederic? You must have had your doubts.
Mrs. Frederic: No, I was always resolute.
Claudia: Thank you again.
Artie: You have to believe that things are going to turn out for the best.
Laura Roth: But what if they don't?
Artie: Life comes with bad times and good ones. If you stay here, you're gonna miss 'em all.
Artie: And I have the warehouse. Life is perfect.
Claudia: The warehouse is moving.
Artie: Right, well, nothing's perfect.
(to the warehouse)
Artie: And what difference does it make? It's over. And this is how it ends? Just over? And what am I supposed to do? Just walk away? Just walk away. You know, you give your whole life to something every day without complaining--well, no serious complaints! I'm here every day. Every day I'm right here for you and your damn ping--your pings. Ping, ping, ping! Ping, ping, ping, ping, ping. I'm like a slave at your beck and call. You know I have lost--I have lost friends, family. People I've loved... have died in my arms, but I stayed faithful. I gave you everything and now that there's nothing left... for you to take, you're just gonna--just leave. Whore! That's what you are, you know! Yeah, you're just selling out to the highest bidder. Fine! You wanna go? Go! That's what you wanna do? Go! You don't want me. I sure as hell don't want you! En--enjoy your new home. You think you're gonna find somebody like me. Somebody who cares about you like I do? Ha! Ha! Good luck with that! Good luck finding somebody as devoted! Somebody who would give their whole life... without a "thank you." Without even a... piddling, little miniscule... acknowledgement that they're appreciated. That they even matter to you... at all.
Steven: Let's be honest. I've never completely belonged here. I'm kind of our Marilyn.
Claudia: Munster? Uh, no way. I'm Marilyn.
Steven: No, no, no. You are Eddie. Pete is Herman, Myka's Lily, Artie's Grandpa, and Mrs. Frederic is... not really part of the pattern.
Steven: I was inside a beating human heart. I'd forgotten about that moment. It was indescribable. I--you know, I saw it. I was there. It was like...
Mrs. Frederic: Nirvana?
Steven: You know, when I came to the warehouse, I didn't think that I'd ever find peace. Just... so much chaos, you know. But...
Claudia: You found it.
Steven: No. No, it was given to me. The warehouse showed it to me.
Myka: And you know what? You'd better get used to doing what I tell you.
Pete: Could be good but it could be bad. So when do we get naked?
Myka: Well, we body swapped. You've been me naked.
Pete: Oh, yeah. That was a good day. (Myka punches him in the shoulder) Oooh. Oh, uh, after five years, I probably should tell you the whole punching thing... really turns me on.
Myka: I know.
Mrs. Frederic: I'm told you read auras.
Leena: Yes. Yours is an old soul.
Mrs. Frederic: Don't remind me.
Pete: Maybe my defining moment is all of it... every minute... that I got to spend with you guys. And I'm sorry, Mrs. F, I just was scared. I was scared that if I lost this, I'd go back to being the person I was before, and... but this is who I am now. The warehouse and--and all of you have made me a better man. If it ends tomorrow or if it goes on forever, nothing--nothing will ever change that.
Artie: I've never heard you laugh before.
Mrs. Frederic: I am a woman of infinite surprises.
Pete: So is it really over?
Mrs. Frederic: I believe I've mentioned this more than once. This particular wonder is endless.
Pete: Really? Just this once, I can't get a straight answer out of you?
Mrs. Frederic: See you tomorrow, Peter.