Karen Page: Father, what do you do... when you realize that you've lost?
Father Lantom: A man I helped raise as a boy came to see me recently.
Karen Page: Matt.
Father Lantom: I had... I had a choice of evils. He blames me for the ones I chose, for the way his life turned out. I can't argue with him. I just have to find a way to live with it.
Karen Page: Yeah, but how do you live with that? Knowing that you... that you hurt someone like that?
Father Lantom: Well, you have to realize, Karen, that whatever it is that you've done... or haven't done... it can still be redeemed.
Karen Page: Yeah, that's nice, but I'm not so sure that I believe that.
Father Lantom: "Everything will be okay in the end. If it's not okay, it's not the end." John Lennon said that. Who are we to argue with a Beatle?
Karen Page: We have to do something... I have to do something about this. So don't tell me to back off, 'cause I won't.
Mitchell Ellison: You know, it took Ben decades to become this much of a pain in my ass.
(David and Frank are listening to a radio interview of Karen and a senator about gun control)
Senator: Guns are a toxin in our society. In the wrong hands, they wreak terrible results. It's barely a year since this city was terrorized by the Punisher.
Karen Page: You know, uh, that's hardly the same thing. Frank Castle killed murderers and drug dealers.
Senator: But where's the line, Karen? Frank Castle decided he knew better than the law and was tried for killing 37 people.
Karen Page: Frank Castle's not a terrorist.
David Lieberman: Thirty-seven?
Frank Castle: That they know about.
Radio host: Castle was a hero to many who felt that he was doing what cops failed to do.
Frank Castle: I need to find these bastards that took 'em from me. I gotta kill 'em.
Karen Page: So where does that end, Frank? Because I look at you and... my heart breaks because all I can see is just this endless, echoing loneliness.
Frank Castle: I'm not lonely, Karen.
Karen Page: Bullshit. We are all lonely. I sometimes think that that is all that life is, we're just... We're just fighting not to be alone.
Frank Castle: So what do you want? What should I do? Should I let it go?
Karen Page: No, but I want there to be an after. For you.
Karen Page: Hey, when am I gonna see you?
Frank Castle: You want to?
Karen Page: It'd mean you're still alive. Believe it or not, I actually care what happens to you... which makes precisely one of us. Just, uh... be careful.
Foggy Nelson: Matt bangs his cane around and says, "Am I in the right room?"
Karen Page: Where did you put his furniture?
Foggy Nelson: Dorm room across the hall.
Karen Page: Oh, God! Oh, I really wish I knew you guys back then.
Foggy Nelson: They're gonna shark attack me, Matt. Look at me, I'm delicious.
Matt Murdock: Well, take Karen.
Foggy Nelson: I mean, yeah, if she wants to.
Karen Page: Oh... sure. Never seen sharks feed up close before.
Matt Murdock: Try not to splash too much. It attracts 'em.
Foggy Nelson: You both are so funny.
Foggy Nelson: Jesus. What happened to your eye?
Karen Page: Oh. Are you okay?
Matt Murdock: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. I just wasn't paying attention last night. It's my fault.
Foggy Nelson: You need a dog.
Matt Murdock: I'm not getting a dog.
Foggy Nelson: What? You don't like dogs? Who doesn't like dogs?
Karen Page: I... I love dogs.
Foggy Nelson: Everybody loves dogs.
Foggy Nelson: You should be out having a life, doing poppers and flapper dancing. I don't know what kids do these days.
Karen Page: We're the same age, Foggy.
Foggy Nelson: So you're saying I shouldn't be here, either?
Karen Page: Yeah.
Foggy Nelson: Fair enough. But I'm awkward and unfashionable. Those things don't seem to apply to you.
(Foggy is singing loudly in his office)
Karen Page: You know I'm still here, right?
Foggy Nelson: Could you... could you hear me just now?
Karen Page: Nope.
Foggy Nelson: The correct answer is, "Yes, and you sound amazing."
Karen Page: Well, of the two lies, I took the lesser.