Lea: Dr. Glassman is just trying to help you.
Shaun Murphy: I don't want help.
Lea: But what if... you need help?
Shaun Murphy: How will I know if I stay?
Lea: No more conference calls. No more never-ending meetings. The only thing I'm not looking forward to is, uh... is moving.
Shaun Murphy: Why would you move?
Lea: Because that's where the shop that I'm gonna work at is. I got the Striped Tomato. My brother, Donny, got Grandpa Rod's shop in Hershey, Pennsylvania. It's been over a year, but every time I drive his car, I... keep thinking... "You know, I don't need a more impressive title or $1 million." He would take me fishing in Alaska every summer, skiing every winter break. I haven't taken more than one day off in four years because I always work. It never stops. And just taking this trip with you made me realize I, uh... I want to enjoy my life, you know?
Lea: My Grandpa Rod died last year, and he left me his most prized possession.
Shaun Murphy: It's the S-Striped Tomato.
Lea: Oh, my God. You like "Starsky & Hutch"?
Shaun Murphy: It's okay.
Lea: A meticulous packer and a "Starsky & Hutch" fan. Grandpa Rod would have loved you.
Lea (to Shaun): I have so much to teach you, Grasshopper. And I'm gonna start with a good, old-fashioned road trip. It's the perfect way to get your mojo back. And when we return, you're gonna know exactly what to do about San Jose, therapy, and Glassy the Grouch.
Lea (to Shaun): I have a rule. Never make an important decision while you are angry, upset, high, or right before or after having sex. Okay, you are overworked, stressed out, and pissed off at your boss. Now is not the time to be making a big decision.
Shaun Murphy: Lea.
Lea: Yes, Shaun?
Shaun Murphy: You look absurd in that sweater.
Lea: I have apples. Do you want an apple?
Lea: You're hiring a housekeeper for a studio apartment?
Shaun Murphy: I'm not hiring her. Her clothes don't match.