Theo: I'd like to make a toast. The Egyptians believed that you die twice. Once when you take your final breath, and then again the last time someone says your name. They believe your spirit lives on as long as people kept remembering you. So as long as we all keep remembering uncle Jon, he'll never really be gone. Was that okay? Delilah: That is more than okay, Theo.
Dr. Jessica: Somebody told me once that every life has a length and a width, and it's not to sacrifice the width in service of the length. Gary: So you're saying, on top of everything I'm dealing with now, size matters? Come on.