Zak Gist: Jogging. In the universe of mysteries, it's the greatest one of all.
Woman on TV: In your face, bitch!
Zak Gist: "In your face"? It's not even a proper sentence.
Zak Gist: Marcus, Bruno and Felix - it's all a bit 'Hail Caesar', isn't it?
Marcus: Dad was a nut for Roman epics. It could've been worse, I could've been saying, 'I'm Spartacus'.
[Hannah is questioning Zak's belief in Marcus]
Zak Gist: You think it's naive to believe in a person. I think it's essential.
Hannah: Well, I believed in a person once, and that turned out to be... stupidly naive.
Zak Gist: When you believe in someone, Hannah, and they let you down... that doesn't mean you're wrong. It means, you're... the victim. Don't give up. You'll be happy again.
Zak Gist: My fear... is we fail. And I could've... been with her all along.
Richard Pembroke: And live. Huh? Come on, you coward. Come in from the cold.
Zak Gist: I'm not in the cold. I've got a warm room and... delicious food, good wine, dear friends waiting for me. Oh, and cheese. And biscuits.
Zak Gist: It's a broken world. But we can fix it. We *will* fix it.
Zak Gist: Mrs Sheringham, do we have proper butter, as opposed to this "I'm Nearly Convinced It's Like Butter"?
Zak Gist: Go to his flat...
Tom Greening: We've already asked. He won't let us.
Zak Gist: Be creative.
Tom Greening: Oh... right. OK.
Zak Gist: Yes.
Tom Greening: O-kay.
Zak Gist: Good.
Tom Greening: I read you. A-OK!
Zak Gist: Now you just sound American. Stop it.
Bruno: [of Zak] I wouldn't mess with him. He's wearing Egyptian cotton.
Zak Gist: In your face, bitch.
[after winning his case against Richard]
Tom Greening: I'm so proud.
Zak Gist: Pride's a sin, Tom.
Tom Greening: I mean I'm so proud of you, Zak.