Newsvendor: Look mister, I don't know what the hell you are talking about.
Jack McGee: I am talking about the Red-Eye that I took out of Chicago because of your phone call last night.
Jack McGee: Look kid, you called me. Collect as a matter of cold, hard fact. Now I don't want to see you get in trouble about this, so if you'll just ...
Newsvendor: Mister I was home last night, with my sister, watching a football game, you can ask her.
Jack McGee: Eh, you're Ruben right?
Newsvendor: Ruben, the old man? That's my boss.
Leigh Gamble: What I saw... what I thought I saw, was an hallucination.
Jack McGee: No, he's real.
Leigh Gamble: It was an hallucination!
Jack McGee: The thing that eh, I really found heartwarming, personally, is that John Doe, my John Doe, the man that I have been following for three years, saved your life. Now come on miss Gable, maybe we could manage a couple of columns?
Leigh Gamble: That would be very nice, but you saved my life, Mr. McGee.
Walter Gamble: I just want to...I mean, you might want to take it a little easy with Leigh. You see, she's been in and out of the hospital ever since the fire. The last few months have been very difficult for her.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Well, burns can take a long time to heal.
Walter Gamble: It wasn't that kind of hospital. I mean, she's okay now. She's really come a long way. Well, I thought I'd mention it.
[David gives Andy a drug to analyze, and is given a card]
Dr. David Bruce Banner: What are the numbers for?
Andy: So when you call, we know it's the right person. You heard the rap I gave to the chick?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Oh yeah.
Andy: Good. Three hundred eighty-seven times a day I say that little speech.
[Walter tries to convince Mr. Kelleher to give him and Leigh more time to prepare the wax museum for reopening]
Mr. Kelleher: Please, Mr. Gamble. The bank is sympathetic to your tragedy, but we are governed by rules and regulations.
Leigh Gamble: An artist's lifetime of work shouldn't be affected by things like that.
[David examines the spigot]
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Look. No wonder it broke off. The threads have been stripped.
Walter Gamble: Really?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Yeah.
Walter Gamble: Well, it always comes down to money, doesn't it, David? This thing's so damned old, Madame Tussaud must have used it.