Eliot Spencer: Say pitchy one more time. Say pitchy one more time and see what happens. I don't even think that word means what you think it means.
Alec Hardison: It means pitchy.
Eliot Spencer: Define it.
Alec Hardison: You define it.
Eliot Spencer: I don't have to define it, I'm not saying it every five seconds!
Alec Hardison: Hey, yo, Eliot, you got an ETA?
Eliot Spencer: Yeah. I'm almost there. But I think somebody's following me.
Alec Hardison: Do some Eliot Fu on 'em. What happened to "This is what I do"?
Eliot Spencer: [it is revealed a group of women are chasing him like teenagers chasing the Beatles] Yeah, I don't think that's gonna work this time.
Kaye Lynn Gold: How do you feel when you play?
Eliot Spencer: I'm... I think... I think I got it.
Kaye Lynn Gold: See, that... that's your problem. You're thinking about *how* to play to the song. And I'm asking you how do you feel *when* you play? You ever been in love?
Eliot Spencer: Once.
Kaye Lynn Gold: How'd it end?
Eliot Spencer: I made her a promise that if she ever needed me that I'd be there for her.
Kaye Lynn Gold: What's wrong with that?
Eliot Spencer: Because I made the same promise to the United States government. And I found out you can't make that promise to more than one person.
Kaye Lynn Gold: That feeling, right there? Hold onto that, and you'll do just fine.