Sophie Devereaux: Are you drunk?
Nathan Ford: Technically, no. I was drunk a couple of hours ago. Now, I'm just hung over.
Parker: A man with one watch knows the time. A man with two is never sure.
Sophie Devereaux: Wha?
Parker: I had fortune cookies for breakfast.
Nathan Ford: We're going with a much bigger scam. One of the classics.
Parker: The London Spank?
Alec Hardison: The Genevan Possidoblé?
Eliot Spencer: The Apple Pie.
Eliot Spencer: It's like The Cherry Pie, but with lifeguards.
Alec Hardison: [just lost Rock-Paper-Scissors to Eliot] How you do that?
Eliot Spencer: You got a tell.
Alec Hardison: I have a tell?
Eliot Spencer: Yeah.
Alec Hardison: In Rock-Paper-Scissors?
Eliot Spencer: Yeah, go.
Alec Hardison: So what, you had leftover Chinese for dinner?
Parker: No, just the cookies.
Alec Hardison: Do you put milk on the fortune cookies? 'Cause I don't...
Parker: It's not cereal, it's a fortune cookie.
Sophie Devereaux: So, uh, you can, uh, write that little check now, hey?
Alec Hardison: [listening over coms] Hey, why can't they all be this easy?
Randy Retzing: Of course not. We have to go to Miami. My dad's the one who has to write the check.
Alec Hardison: Ah, hell, why they all gotta be this hard?
Nathan Ford: We're going with a much bigger scam. One of the classics...
Parker: The "London Spank"?
Alec Hardison: The "Geneva Pasa-Doble"...
Eliot Spencer: The "Apple Pie".
[stares from the group]
Eliot Spencer: It's like the "Cherry Pie", but with lifeguards.
Sophie Devereaux: [savoring the thought] Whew...
Nathan Ford: [announcing the official answer] "Glengarry Glen Death". It's like a mutual fund, but instead of stocks you invest in, in death.
Nathan Ford: Are you threatening to bail on me Sophie?
Sophie Devereaux: Give me a reason to stay...
Sophie Devereaux: Death scenes can be demanding. I remember this time I was playing Camille in Summerstock, and whew, I was drained after every performance.
Parker: Don't I just make believe I'm dying?
Sophie Devereaux: Okay, you need to own the space... and um, and access your sense memory. Here try this, can you think of a really sad thing that's happened in your life like, I don't know, like when your father died?
Sophie Devereaux: Yeah. This isn't going to be easy...