Hawk: The gentleman who left the unit last week, he stepped in front of a truck. That must affect someone in your position. Man: Unfortunately, we're seeing an average of one suicide per week. Hawk: You ever worry that someone might kill you instead? Man: One moment. You'll have to return tomorrow for a polygraph. Hawk: No, that won't be necessary. Just speak to Mr. McLeod. Man: When we believe a polygraph is required, cooperation is mandatory. We're trying to clear the backlog before the holidays. Can you come back tomorrow after hours? Hawk: Sure.
Mary: They're going to ask you questions about your private activities in detail. Hawk: I hope they've scheduled several hours for that. Mary: I thought you were taking this seriously. Hawk: I am. Mary: You take nothing seriously. You're all wrong for him, Fuller. He is deeply sincere, and you're going to hurt him. Miss Addison: I know who you're talking about. The boy who gave Mr. Fuller that book? Yeah, I saw what he wrote inside. "Mr. Fuller, thank you for everything. You're wonderful." Mary: You reported him. Hawk: You're right, Miss Addison. I am wonderful. So why don't you just suffer? Merry Christmas.