Dorian: I ran a bio scan, and it looked like your testicles at full capacity.
Detective John Kennex: You're scanning my balls?
Dorian: I didn't enjoy it, I just...
Detective John Kennex: Oh, my God, this is unbelievable.
Dorian: I can't help but notice you're backed up.
Detective John Kennex: What is the matter with you? Don't scan my testicles ever again.
Dorian: Copy that.
Dorian: What do you tell a small child when someone dies? I've never considered that what you would tell a small child.
Detective John Kennex: Well, you say the same thing that you'd say to an adult.
Dorian: What do they say?
Detective John Kennex: You tell them that the person that died has gone to a better place.
Dorian: Why would anyone say that when there's no way to really know where living things go when they stop living?
Detective John Kennex: It's designed to give hope and comfort. To ease the pain. People believe it because they need to.
Dorian: Hmm, the data I've studied suggests the best proof of one's assistance is if one is remembered after they're gone.
Yuri Idrizi: We got a great selection here. We can get you pretty close to this one. Our bots have passed all the required tests. Special rates for cops. We love cops.
Detective John Kennex: Yeah.
Andrei: We love cops.
Detective John Kennex: Well, great. If you answer all my questions, maybe I'll let you get to first base.
Dorian: Looking at that bot on Rudy's table makes me think who is going to remember me?
Dorian: [to John] I haven't even been a child and I know that would scare one. What's the matter with you, man?
Detective John Kennex: I like smart women. Women who are smarter than me.
Dorian: That shouldn't be too hard.
Dorian: His vitals suggest he is lying.
Detective John Kennex: Yep.
Dorian: Or, he doesn't like you very much.
Detective John Kennex: Add him to the list with kids and cats.