Scorpion Season 4 Episode 12: "A Christmas Car-Roll" Quotes
Walter: I'm so sorry. I told you all that I didn't need you. Well the truth is, my subconscious knows the opposite is true: you'd do better without me.
Toby: Imagine this 197, did we all know each other in your dream?
Walter: No. Happy was lonely. You were hanging on to an old memory for happiness, and Sly you were, you were living in shame. By the way I have a fix for your game. And Cabe you were grumpy, and you didn't have any friends at work.
Toby: But you said that we all saved your life?
Toby: Deep down your psyche knows that we are better together. You know that you need us, but you also know that we need each other, that we need you, Walter. We were successful in your dream because you think highly of us.
I don't even know how to spell "ordinary." I mean I do; it's not a hard word.Toby
Sly: He's a fraud!
Happy: From my understanding, he's my future husband so take it easy.
Patty: I'm sorry, Mr. Dodd is unavailable.
Walter: I can't deal with you any more today.
Walter: I'm not a physics professor!
Chief of Police Cabe Gallo: He likes to shout out things he isn't. He also isn't married to someone named Florence.
Ray: No, no, here's you're a professor at USC, married to your wife Florence.
Walter: I'm don't work at USC, and I'm not married to Florence.
Chief of Police Cabe Gallo: Good for you. I don't work at Six Flags, and I'm not married to Big Bird.
Walter: Are you sure you don't recognize me?
Sgt. Patty Logan: Negative, but if you are as crazy as you seem to be, I'm sure I'll get an APB any minute now about some loony escaped from the bin.
Ray: Oo! She is as salty as the Dead Sea.
Walter: I just gotta to calm down and figure this out.
Ray: On your own? While you're bleeding to death?
Walter: I'll do the job myself. I don't need your help. I don't need any of you.
Happy: Walt, I don't want to curse at you at Christmas, so we're all just going to go.
Oh this is a Christmas mutiny.Walter
Did my email not mention a post-job team meal? That's festive.Walter
Toby: O'Brien, a penny for your thoughts?
Walter: How about a dime to leave me alone.