Insp. Jack Frost: It's Berland, right on time. That's his van, with the star attraction of some kind. How long should we give 'em?
Christine Moorhead: Let them start. Ten minutes.
Insp. Jack Frost: Right.
Supt Mullett: It frightens me, Jack.
Insp. Jack Frost: Hm?
Supt Mullett: I won't pretend it doesn't. Times like this you're fortunate you don't have any children or grandchildren.
Insp. Jack Frost: Oh, uh, well, there's always an up-side to every down-side, isn't it, so they say.
Carolyn Viner: It's not just a mistake, is it?
Sally Berland: If my husband says it's a mistake, it is. Haven't you got that yet?
Carolyn Viner: What are you talking about?
Sally Berland: The truth, as decided by Gerry.
Gerry Berland: [to Sean and Neal as they just miss getting caught in a police raid] Well, boys, they say it's much better bein' born lucky than to be born rich.
Gerry Berland: [to Sean] That's what friends are for, son, yeah? And you will find there's no shortage of people willing to swear that you were somewhere else.
Insp. Jack Frost: [to Ernie] A coincidence! Coincidences make me uncomfortable - not as uncomfortable as remembering a mistake that cost a woman her life.
Sally Berland: [to Carolyn] I've lived in Gery's world for a long time, and now we're all in it, Carolyn, and we do what he says.