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.
Dan Espinoza: Hey, uh, as a thank you for watching Trixie, maybe we can go grab that coffee sometime?
Charlotte Richards: Uh, we got coffee this morning.
Dan Espinoza: Yeah.
Charlotte Richards: I'm kidding, Dan.
Trixie Espinoza: Dinner would be more romantic.
Charlotte Richards: Dinner it is.
Dan Espinoza: It's okay by me. (whispered to Trixie): You are the best wingman ever.
Charlotte Richards: I switched to prosecution to try and be a better person... but I'm not helping anyone. I just keep screwing things up. I was really good at being the old me. The best. But I know I need to make a change. And I suck at it.
Dan Espinoza: No one expects you to change overnight. It's hard to be one of the good guys. Look, I screw up, too. I've made plenty of mistakes, believe me. But I don't quit... and I know that counts for something. At least you're trying, right?