Good guys wear white hats and bad guys wear black. This is how children distinguish between good and evil. But they soon learn that bad guys always don't look so bad. And sometimes they seem downright friendly. That is until you get to know them a little bit better.
Sister Mary: Are you two involved in any charities? Gabrielle: Currently? No. Carlos: But we should be. I mean, let's face it Gabby, buying more stuff isn't gonna make our lives any better. Sister Mary: Exactly. Money can't buy happiness. Gabrielle: Well, sure it can. That's just a lie we tell poor people to keep 'em from rioting! Carlos: Gabby! Gabrielle: It's a joke. Lighten up. Carlos: Can you believe this? I'm married to a woman so selfish, she makes fun of the entire concept of charity. Gabrielle: You are a hypocrite. The money you spent to buy your sports car could buy a mud hut for every peasant in Ecuador. Carlos: Ok, you're right. But I'm evolving, starting right now. Sister, I would like to donate my car to your mission. Gabrielle: What?! Sister Mary: Carlos, are you sure? Carlos: Absolutely. Gabrielle and I don't need two cars, we can share one. Gabrielle: Share? What if you have the car and I need to go shopping. Carlos: We're gonna cut back on shopping too. Gabrielle (yelling): Ok, I think we should all just calm down a little bit!