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Officer Ken Deloach
: Hey, you're new here, huh? May Sloane
: Not really. This is my first day.
: Do either of you play miniature golf?
: Then the lights begin to flash. Little pinpoints of light. Then my tongue turns black and I can't swallow. Dr. Henske
: Really? May Sloane
: The diagnosis is Parkinson's, but they think it could be the Ebola virus, or mad cow disease.
: I get a bad vibe about this guy, David. It's my street instinct, but I just don't trust him. May Sloane
: Yeah, I know why. Because he's younger than you are, handsomer than you are, he's much taller than you are, he's smarter than you are, he's much more exciting than you are... Ray
: May, don't feel obligated to pull any punches with me. I can take it.
: You know? Frenchy eats frog's legs. May Sloane
: It's supposed to taste like chicken. Ray
: Rabbit! May Sloane
: Rabbit tastes like frog's legs? Ray
: No, forget it, forget it.
: I think she's developing a crush on her teacher, David. May Sloane
: Yeah. Well, you know, he's very good-looking, and he's really bright and very charming. And he's very elegant... Ray
: Okay, May, I got the picture. It's all right. May Sloane
: Well, when you're right, you're right. Ray
: Thank you.
: It was a really tragic story, because my husband, Otto, was dyslexic, and the only thing he could spell correctly was his name.
: I met a wonderful man downstairs. He seemed to like me. He said I reminded him of his wife who's dead. But I assume he meant when she was alive.