Erin Cordette: You wouldn't understand, sir.
Charlie Crews: You don't expect a lot, do ya?
Erin Cordette: I get what I get, and I don't get upset, sir.
Charlie Crews: Come on, let's follow her.
Robert Stark: We don't have a warrant, or a ticket.
Charlie Crews: Come on, the door's open, we just walk on. That plane - you don't need a ticket if you look like you have a ticket.
Robert Stark: No, Charlie, *you* don't need a ticket, because you look like you have a ticket. Me? I need a ticket.
Young Woman: Is there anything else you need?
Charlie Crews: Well, if it's a specific question, I don't *need* anything. If it's a more general question...
Erin Cordette: Excuse me.
[leading him away]
Charlie Crews: ...Sometimes I think I don't need anything, but I do, and just don't know it.
Charlie Crews: [she hauls him into the restroom] Oh, is this what I need?
Gus Wilvern: You name is?
Charlie Crews: Charlie Crews.
Gus Wilvern: *That* Charlie Crews?
Charlie Crews: No, *this* Charlie Crews.
Gus Wilvern: The falsely-accused Charlie Crews.
Charlie Crews: No, Detective Charlie Crews.
Gus Wilvern: You look a lot different in person.
Charlie Crews: I *am* a lot different in person.
Pete Magnus: How'd you get in my perimeter?
Charlie Crews: Your mom. She's really friendly.