Felicia: "Beth would find it hilarious how we're off on a ceremonial picnic together, given that we used her as a pawn in an unending revenge game that barely makes sense and eventually drove her to suicide. She had a dark sense of humor and a relationship with irony."
Paul: "I barely knew her, really. I bought her on the internet and then threatened her into letting me fuck her, then threw her out of the house."
Felicia: "We have a lot in common."
Paul: "Anyway, you're right. This is nice, just being with you."
Felicia: "Hey Paul, old pal, could you pass me the Pringles and also, while you're down there, could you tell me the details of how you beat my sister to death with a blender?"
Paul: "Why Felicia, old chum, I'd be happy to."
(Felicia pays tribute to this "end the cycle of revenge" idea that, on any other show, would actually hold water, but on this show for assholes means nothing; Paul fondles a gun and who knows what anybody's up to.)
Susan, verbatim: "Well, I lost my $50, but I ate my weight in shrimp."
Roy: "That's like five shrimp."
Susan: "Nope, less. They were jumbo. That's how you roll at a casino, a.k.a. the trashiest fucking place on earth."
Asian Stereotype: "Why are you crying every time you win?"
Susan: "I got a crazy lady's kidney and then Dick died and I didn't die."
Roy: "Then again, why the fuck are you crying?"
Susan: "I don't know if you've ever met me, but I'm the worst."
Roy: "Here's a story from my days in Korea. A guy died and I was like, 'How come?' and then Father Mulcahy was like, 'Who the fuck knows, war is no place for God.'"
Susan: "So you're saying I should just dance on the graves of Beth and Dick?"
Roy: "Who are Beth and Dick?"
Susan: "What were we talking about? Were you even in Korea?"
Roy: "You'd better take me home, Susan."
Susan: "Look, one of us needs to know what the fuck is going on."
(They die together in the casino, two skeletons with gray-haired, low-hanging scrota, simply unable to pull it together.)
(Felicia discusses the ash-dumping site with the urn to a degree that creeps Paul out. Then she pulls a gun on him, delivers a short speech about the cycle of violence, and tosses the gun in the lake -- along with her daughter -- as a big symbolic gesture. Paul falls for her shit once again.)