Lt. Cristofuoro: My wife likes to say there are two kinds of people, those chasing pleasure and those running from pain. Maybe she's right, I don't know. What I do know is this: Pleasure helps you forget. But pain, pain forces you to hope. You tell yourself this can't last. Today could be different. Today something just might change.
Eric Poole: You're cool, Lori, really, but I need to be alone. Okay, I need to make a fresh start.
Lori: Well, aren't I a fresh start? It doesn't get much fresher than old Lori. I;m basically a virgin.
Lori: Think of me as a dry-run for a real girlfriend. Somebody important.
Amusement Park Dreg: I should keep you company. You know? So guy don't hit on you.
Lori: I'm fifteen.
Lori: My mom has this tape. And basically it's just this guy screaming over and over, "You have to want change. You have to want change." Nothing changes. Nothing changes.
[stand up yelling]
Lori: Nothing changes! Nothing changes!
Lt. Cristofuoro: My wife likes to say there are two kinds of people, those chasing pleasure, and those running from pain. Lorelei Cranston is Running. Running from all kinds of everything. Probably has been her whole life.
Lt. Cristofuoro: If you ask me, nobody gets to escape their pain. It's there when you brush your teeth at night. It's there before breakfast. It will come up fierce and sharp, and lay in to you blunt and heavy. The most you can hope for is one good day. Because on a good day you get to tell yourself, I can fix this. Today can be different. Today something might change.