Dr. Hank Lawson: [about Evan proposing to Paige] Well?
Evan R. Lawson: [disappointed] Well...
Dr. Hank Lawson: What?
Evan R. Lawson: [happy] She said yes!
Dr. Hank Lawson: That's great! Ev, that's great.
Evan R. Lawson: Yeah, yeah.
Dr. Hank Lawson: I'm sensing a "but".
Evan R. Lawson: But I got to get the general's blessing first.
Dr. Hank Lawson: Wait, wait, wait. You didn't ask her father?
Evan R. Lawson: You knew people still did that? Why would you not tell me that?
Dr. Hank Lawson: I don't know. I just assumed you and I lived in the same society.
Evan R. Lawson: I need to come up with a speech to convince the general that I'm worthy of his daughter. It has to be my Mona Lisa, my "Sgt. Pepper's", my "Life of Pi". I need to use impressive phrases like "alacrity" and "capricious". I have to open my heart and let that magnificent bastard look inside. Yeah.
Dr. Hank Lawson: Would that work on the general, or anyone?
Evan R. Lawson: You're right, a speech is not gonna work at all.
Dr. Hank Lawson: General Collins strikes me as a no-nonsense type of guy. Why not keep it simple, you know? Just talk about the things you have in common.
Evan R. Lawson: Okay. The only thing he and I have in common, though, is that neither of us were raised by wolves.
Dr. Hank Lawson: That's not true. You have one other thing in common.
Evan R. Lawson: What's that?
Dr. Hank Lawson: You both love Paige.