Christina: Good luck, Eldon. Try not to get extradited.
Chance: It's good to have goals.
I really want you to be okay. I really want us all to be okay. I really want to choose to believe that we can.Christina [to Chance]
Chance: Thank you.
Christina: For what? I came for the Percodan at a 60% discount.
Lorena: You know what I was thinking the other day? That, um... the baby is gonna call you "D," also, you know? But "D" for "Daddy."
Lorena: What's that?
D: Money. That my mother left me in a trust. Minus what I take out for Carly to pay his debts, it's, um... it's ours. Enough so that nobody has to do anything they used to do. They can just think about what comes next, about all the things they've never done... and what that might be like.
Lorena: Okay. And what will it be like?
D: Scary, probably.
Lorena: Scary? Who cares? Right? Everything is scary.
D: Especially when you run away.
Chance: I wanted to do this right. But you didn't confess.
Frank: I've been confessing for the last 20 minutes.
Chance: No, no, no, no. You didn't confess to murder. You confessed to watching. You confessed to being an accessory after the fact. As you know, any half-decent professional could tell from your body language that there's other people in the room. Which makes this whole thing open to accusations of coercion... duress, threat of violence.
Frank: Listen, you have got so much on that goddamn tape. You've got enough to get the ball rolling, okay?
Chance. Yeah, yeah, yeah. There's enough. There's enough for you to be able to say that you were joking or that you were drunk. The whiskey was a nice touch. Or you were high, you were pranking. The names of those women you gave us -- I don't know -- maybe they weren't your victims. Maybe they're not even dead. Maybe they don't even exist. You gave us enough for you to game your way out again.
Nicole: My dad and I, we're alike. He understands me more. My mom just thinks I'm broken, so she sent me someplace to get fixed.
Lorena: No one tries to fix something that they don't care about.
Nicole: They do if it embarrasses them, if they think it's a reflection on them or whatever.
Lorena: I'd be grateful if the worst thing my mother ever did was not understand me.
How do I say, "Give me a pound, big dawg," in Spanish?D
Chance: First of all, what are you wearing? Secondly, you just told me that you weren't going. And now, what, you're gonna fly under the radar? What is that?
D: Lorena got it. It was the only thing in grande. And number two, I didn't say I wasn't going. I said I didn't want to.
You can't fix every fucked-up thing you see, Doc.D [to Chance]
Frank: When something feels that good, does a person ever just do it once?
Chance: No. Especially if it's part of a shared psychosis.
Frank: I'm sorry. What'd you call me?
Chance: Folie a deux. Madness of two people. One individual is psychotic, is dominant. The other one is suggestible, susceptible. They're both operating under the same delusion. Winter's madness drove him, but you exploited it, you captialized on his trauma for your own purposes. He wanted to get out of it, but you made sure that he wouldn't. Couldn't. All the way to the end.
Frank: Why would I do that? Hmm? Why would I do any of that?
Chance: Because you wanted to. Because you like it. Because you're entire neural network is conditioned to that now. When you were entrenched with Winter, your reactions, sexual and psychological, were all responses to power and terror. Now he's gone. So you're alone with you desires, your responses. You're going to be staring down the barrel of the rest of your life without anyone to help you achieve them. What a thing it is, in life, to find even one person who understands your darkest heart, let alone two.
Frank: You're right. He is gone, but I'm not alone. I wouldn't do that to myself. Come on, Doc. You think I don't know how to plan for contingencies? You know, if there's one thing that I've learned from my job, it's how to prepare. It's how to play the long game, right? He is gone, but I'm not alone.
Christina: We don't know where [Nicole] is. And you just got out of jail?
Chance: Well, I think maybe I understand what she might be thinking right now.
Christina: Right, no, you understand. You keep telling her that the dangerous, furious way that she's acting is -- it's natural. It's chemical, it's not even her fault, because... she's exactly like you.