Narrator: The end of the age: Some men fear it as a time of destruction, while others welcome it as the ushering in of grace. For ages they tried to warn us of its coming. They told us both to beware and to rejoice. Over time this revelation has been rejected, diluted, ignored by all but a few. And the voices of righteous men have been drowned and silenced beneath a tide of wickedness. Years passed, war begat war, greed begat greed, and men laughed, secure in their dominion over the earth. Even as the signs began - great floods, fire, famine, pestilence - they laughed, lost in their hubris. When the end came, it came as it was prophesized - like a thief in the night.
Frank: Mister, you're a fine salesman. There's no denyin' that. So here's what we're gonna do: I'm gonna ask you three questions. If I like the answers, I'll buy the vest.
Frank: All right, first question: Are you a family man?
Josh: Um... sure. Yeah, I... I... have a family.
Frank: Now that ain't what I asked you. Are you a family man?
Josh: Sure. Of course I'm a family man.
Frank: All right, second question: You believe in God?
Josh: Um... Uh, well, it's been a little bit since I been to church, but, yeah, I... I, uh... yeah, I... I believe in God.
Frank: All right, final question.
Frank: What would you put your trust in to save your family? This vest or God?
Frank: Brother, you are cold-blooded. You killed those three boys today and your hands aren't even shakin'. You're standin' here in my lawn, easy as you please, drinkin' my wife's raspberry lemonade. What service were you in, son, and what did they do to you?
Dinesh: Nothing about this day is normal. I'll be glad when it's over.