Hughie Campbell: I, um... used to know this girl, and we used to go skating at Rockefeller, and I'd be on the side with this death grip on the rails. She would just charge headfirst into the middle of the rink. And she wasn't... good. Like, she fell... a lot... but she was never scared. And she always used to say: "Just 'cause you fall on your a$$ doesn't mean you have to stay there."
Annie January: I'm just having a bad day.
Hughie Campbell: Yeah, me, too. Uh... is it, like, a-a work thing, or... a-a life thing?
Annie January: It's a work thing. You?
Hughie Campbell: Uh... life thing.
Annie January: You know how you have this... image of yourself? Like, I thought I was strong. You know? Like, made of steel. A fighter. And... then I was faced with this horrible situation with this a**hole... and... I just heard my mom's voice in my head, "Keep smiling, the show must go on," and... I didn't fight. And now I just feel sick. Partly because I did it, but... mostly because... turns out I'm not who I thought I was.
Robin Ward: Excuse me, sir? Hi. I'd like to make an appointment for you to come over and... lay some cable.
Hughie Campbell: Okay. Uh... oh, Robin. Oh, dear, dear, Robin. Um, that doesn't mean what you think it means.
Robin Ward: Um, "laying cable" means sex.
Hughie Campbell: No, "laying pipe" means sex. "Laying cable" means you want me to come over to your house and just take a big, old sh*t.
Robin Ward: That's disgusting.
Hughie Campbell: Well, okay. But you... Who-who said it, though?
Robin Ward: Okay. Are you ready? Despite your best efforts, I'm actually still hungry.
Hughie Campbell: I'm actually more hungry now.
Robin Ward: Where are we gonna go after all this hot talk? You know?
Hughie Campbell: I don't know. More importantly, where are we gonna go to lay some cable afterwards?