SOY'Z IN THE TRAP, SOY-SOY'Z IN THE TRAP
Soy-Soy: "Grampa said no molest but I told that old so-and-so to stuff it. He's downstairs right now, choking down prunes. That's one movement, I told him I says, that's one movement will take longer to get started than civil rights, sister. And I rode to Selma, so I know what..."
Nina: "Good job. Actually, don't do anything anybody says, from now on."
Soy-Soy: "Way ahead of ya, toots. Now, we gonna twenty-three skidoo, or do I gotta give you the ol' hotfoot?"
THE HALLS OF POWER
G-Man: "Here is a Thing."
Duncan: "Thanks, dude."
Man, I was so confused by all this! But now I see what's happening: G-Man is giving him tomorrow's Secret Service lapel pins, which change color every day precisely in case somebody wants to give the President blood thinner and then kidnap his marrows, as predicted by President William Henry Harrison in 1839, two years before ironically this exact thing happened to him (Don't look it up! You won't find that fact in any so-called textbook!) and a tradition preserved until today, when G-Man was... easily able to circumvent the entire process a day ahead.
Colonel: "Quick question. When you said one of us should be Vice President, you meant me, right? Not you."
Vanessa: "Whatever are you talking about? And do you have any deadly allergies?"
Colonel: "Followup question, if I may. Are you planning on murdering me."
Vanessa: "No. P.S., yes."
Colonel: "Is it okay if I try to kill you back?"
Vanessa: "No. P.S., totally. Wait, are you breaking up with me?"
Gramps: "Soy-Soy? Are you up here? Did you take the Studebaker out for another cruise to the automat?"
Maybe she's upstairs trying to hang out with her mother, like is a totally normal thing for a kid to do? Let's check.
Gramps: "Follow-up question, if I may. Where is my adopted daughter I was just holding hostage? Where is everybody in this house that isn't me? Perhaps I fucked up?"
THE VIOLENCE OF ACTION IS TO OUR ADVANTAGE
Oh my God, I can't even talk about Chance Kelly. He's so cool. He is the coolest. He is on every TV show this year, and it is such a banner year of television for that reason. Anyway, the actual story part is dumb and whatever, it's all very vague. He goes to a creepy basement where one of his CI's has some kind of anarchist group or something -- some Tea Party survivalist bullshit headed by Chance Kelly. They talk in coded dog-whistles about "we both share a similar philosophy about the government and the President" and therefore they are going to kill the President, using ... Secret Service lapel pins.