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.
Annie January: I was born Super-Abled. Uh, my mom was thrilled. She took me to all the little miss hero pageants, but I hated it. Ugh, I mean, I can still... smell the hairspray. Uh, but... at the Q and A, they always asked me what my wish was, and I always said, "to save the world." And the judges just chuckled like it was cute. But it wasn't a joke to me. Since when did "hopeful" and "naive" become the same thing? I mean, why would you get into this business if not to save the world? That's all I have ever wanted. And that's why I've always wanted to be in The Seven.
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?