Chase Stein: Can you believe we were ever a part of this?
Gert Yorkes: I never really was.
Chase Stein: What do you mean?
Gert Yorkes: You wouldn't understand. No matter where you go, or what you do, people see you. When someone like me walks through a door, no one really turns my way. Unless I just barfed orange juice onto my shoes.
Chase Stein: I remember that.
Gert Yorkes: That was one day. There were a hundred when you didn't realize I was standing right next to you.
Chase Stein: What do you care? You thought I was an idiot.
Gert Yorkes: I never thought that. I may have said that often and loudly, but it was a defense mechanism... 'cause I felt ignored.
Janet Stein: Chase, I know that this is the most difficult thing that you have ever been through, but I am begging you, do not ask questions. The less you know, the better, about Jonah, about PRIDE, about your father. Just do not rock the boat in any way. Making waves is only gonna...
Chase Stein: Put Dad in jeopardy, I get it.
Janet Stein: I was gonna say... put you in harm's way. Losing my husband, I could survive. But losing my son, I could not.
Victor Stein: That thing is the work of a child. You got ahead of yourself. Don't worry about the execution. Not yet. Just tell me your idea. Every detail. What it does. How it feels. How it makes you feel. Right now it is perfect in your mind, and that is where you need to live while we build this thing. Take me there. What is this thing called?
Chase Stein: Fistigons.
Karolina Dean: We were friends because our parents were friends. We were just kids. We were always gonna grow apart.
Gert Yorkes: Plus, it's kind of hard to stay friends with someone when all they care about is being the perfect church girl.
Karolina Dean: Better than the insufferable social justice warrior.
Alex Wilder: Or a dumb jock.
Chase Stein: Yeah, or Molly... I've got nothing against you. You're really nice.