Dan Espinoza: So many people wear masks, Ella. They... they hide who they really are. But not you. You put yourself out there, heart first. The downside is you get hurt more easily.
Ella Lopez: Ain't that the truth.
Dan Espinoza: But the upside is you put so much love into the world, Ella. Please don't let this change that, change you. We need more people like you out there, Ella. Not less.
(Linda is talking about everything she does with Charlie...)
Dan Espinoza: Wow, that is some schedule.
Linda Martin: I know, I know. It's a lot of work, but it's all about raising the best child possible. He's special.
Dan Espinoza: Yeah. We all think our own kid can walk on water, right?
Linda Martin: I hadn't thought of that... (writes on a post-it): "Cancel swimming lessons."
Lucifer Morningstar: Daniel. Your head is mostly empty.
Dan Espinoza: Huh?
Lucifer Morningstar: Exactly. And yet, you manage to do this improv thing. How do you come up with stuff on the spot like that?
Dan Espinoza: Well, the first rule of improv is "yes, and..."
Lucifer Morningstar: Yes and what?
Dan Espinoza: That's the name of the technique.
Lucifer Morningstar: Right. I've heard you talk about it before, but I don't actually understand what it means.
Dan Espinoza: Well, you agree with whatever's being said... yes. And then you say the first thing that comes to your mind... and.
Lucifer Morningstar: That makes no sense. But I'm desperate, so I'll try anything. Yes, and.
Dan Espinoza: She's some kind of a chemist. Tech unlocked Sandra's laptop, found, uh, recipes for synthetic chemical compounds all filed under the label "KPOP." It's a kind of music, right?
Lucifer Morningstar: Oh, dear. Poor Daniel, so behind the times. K-Pop is a kind of Ecstasy. It's one of the best kinds, actually.