Amy Bendix: Everybody knows that three-card monte's a scam. But they still come back to the table. 'Cause they think they can outsmart the game. Or they need the money. Every mark has a reason.
Frank Castle: Yeah? What's mine?
Amy Bendix: You think you can beat anybody, no matter how stacked the deck. And you're bored. And you drink too much coffee. The frustration keeps you playing. You hardly ever see girls playing this game, right? It's always guys, 'cause they want to win.
Frank Castle: What's the alternative?
Amy Bendix: Be smart. Don't play.
Frank Castle: Let me explain something. The only reason you're around right now is because of me. You see, they're comin' after us both now. That's where you got lucky. See, the way I operate, the way I handle situations like this... I kill the enemy before they get to me. That's what I do.
Amy Bendix: Mmm. That's a real... that's a really interesting philosophy. Yeah, real sustainable.
Frank Castle: Look, my past, just... it's my past. You know? The only thing that matters here is that my sh*t, my issues, they won't come to your front door, you know. And that's... That's... That's a promise.
Beth Quinn: God d*mn. I should throw you out right now. But somehow I don't feel like I need to. Stupid, maybe.
Beth Quinn: All that moving around, it must get lonely, huh?
Frank Castle: I had this friend, said that... we're all lonely. And all life is, is just trying not to be.
Beth Quinn: I'd say that's... spot on. It was a woman who told you that, wasn't it?
Frank Castle: Yeah, it was.
Beth Quinn: I'm not lonely right now.
Frank Castle: Yeah, I ain't lonely either.