Aileen, she look rough.
Aileen: "Can we talk about this upstairs? Somewhere with a window?"
Saul: "What's wrong with right here?"
Aileen: "Literally everything."
Saul: "So I gather being in terrorist detainment is somewhat unpleasant?"
Aileen: "Yeah, I feel real sorry for myself."
Saul: "Maybe don't be a terrorist? Just a thought."
Aileen: "But surely I deserve some basic compassion."
Saul: "Yeah, of course you deserve that. But basic compassion is basic, it doesn't come with fucking croissants. You gross old witch."
Just kidding, he's super nice to her. Saul and his crazy ladies, you know. I just kind of hate the idea of feeling sorry for yourself after you get put in jail for being a terrorist. Like, if you eat the burger you have to go for the jog, you know? They're so intense and secretive, cliquish really, and you really have to get in with them, and the reason for that is not the fun part like blowing shit up and code names. The reason being a terrorist is so intense is because you are also signing on for this part, the part where you get caught or die. So buck the fuck up, you big baby. Blood in, blood out.
Saul: "Hey, you've got nothing to lose and you're out of your mind and a traitor to your country, so I have no reason not to trust you."
Aileen: "Are you sure?"
Saul: "This show wouldn't exist without me letting Carrie do whatever fucked up thing she feels like doing no matter how many times I get burned, so yeah."
Aileen: "Well, I am certainly going to lie to you and do crazy sad stuff to you."
Saul: "Can you tell me who this cute mystery guy is?"
Aileen: "I can, but I'm going to need several hoops first of all and then I'm going to need you to jump through all of them."
Saul: "I can see no reason why you wouldn't be in charge of saying how things are going to go here."
Aileen: "Yeah, I deserve it for being so great. Also, that warden's a real piece of shit."
Saul: "I'm so sorry! Let me go make an elaborate picnic for just we two."
Aileen: "Are you jerking me around or do you actually like me?"
Saul: "That is actually the title of this show in several overseas markets."