Tyler: You still want to go through with this?
Amy Jellicoe: Of course.
Tyler: I just don't want to jeopardize everything because you're pissed about your life.
Amy Jellicoe: I am not pissed about my life.
Tyler: You're living at home with your mom, your husband's in rehab, you're stuck down in the basement with the losers. You're not pissed?
Amy Jellicoe: Maybe I'm a little pissed, but that has nothing to do with this.
Amy Jellicoe: What is good? Who is on the side of good? Everyone can be wicked. Everyone can feel pain. Who am I fighting for? They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. My intentions are good. My intentions are so good.
Amy Jellicoe: Of course the world is vast and complex. To understand it, you can reflect your whole life away, and what have you done? Nothing. At some point, you must do. It is not enough to have good intentions. You must act on them.
Amy Jellicoe: I, too, have known fear, but this is my chance. Now. The powerless are calling, and the lonely, and forgotten. They want someone to speak for them. The greatest power is goodness. I have no reason to be afraid. I am powerful. The earth, too, is calling. I cannot be complacent. Are others blind? Do they not see? Is pain the only thing that can wake their sleeping compassion? Whatever it takes, I must sound the alarm.