Zoey: "The eagle flies at dawn.."
Jackie: "Excuse me?"
Zoey, ramping up toward insanity: "No, I was just... Spy talk? Look, I don't know what his deal is, but Kelly keeps taking your desk. And I have told him on more than one occasion that it is your..."
Jackie, having realized Kelly is an unknown quantity: "Zoey, it's okay. Go easy on him. He's new, it's fine."
Zoey, to the gum guy once Jackie's gone: "Give me what the lady had... No. Got any Sour Patch Kids?"
Sexy funny Lenny, offering Zoey a housekey-free bite of sandwich: "Boober!"
Zoey, immediately handing over the number without prelude: "This is for you."
Lenny, obviously: Throws it away without looking at it. This whole thing was stupid. You can't go backwards in the relationship just to give us an adorable scene like this, it cheapens everything.
IN THE SAINT-FREE CHAPEL
Eddie: Is depressed. Passes Eleanor a flask of Jameson's.
Jackie: Is feeling none of this; takes off to bring Bingo the dog to P1's sister, after a cute flurry of goodbyes over her shoulder.
WITH POOR SAD GLORIA, STILL ON THE CURB (SINCE THIS MORNING?)
Kelly: "Hey Jackie, thanks for putting up with all my bullshitty territorial behavior. My little brother told me to beat up the biggest guy in the yard and I just realized he was talking about prison, not being a nursing temp."
Gloria: "You were actually nice to him today?"
Jackie: "You're having a shitty day. Thought I'd toss you a miracle."
Movers: "Say goodbye to your saints, huh?"
Gloria, awesomely: "Never."
But there they go, all the same.
PEYTON BACK PORCH
The girls and Tunie grab-ass around the kitchen, with Kevin laughing right along; they clean, they cook. They look like a family. It goes on for a very long time. Jackie sits outside, listening. Too afraid to go inside.
"Never." But there they go, all the same.