Jamie: "Yeah, the deal was complicated by..."
Gwen: "-- Darren, that offer was clearly a lie. Come on."
Darren: "You lied to the parents of a dead girl about whether or not her daddy was going to go to jail?"
Gwen: "Yes, Councilman Richmond. Because I am the worst. Which you already knew."
Jamie: "I mean, he's the most depressing person in this entire city, now that his wife has disappeared. Maybe it's not the worst thing that ever happened."
Gwen: "As long as you keep referring to a press conference as a 'presser,' that's only technically true. My God, it makes me want to punch you in your weird little mouth every time."
Jamie: "I am adorable. Don't insult the mouth."
Gwen: "Great, so we'll lie about something else. How the doctors are shocked by your fucking miraculous recovery that you were paralyzed by a gunshot a week ago and now you're on the campaign trail, 'running is more important than walking,' or..."
Jamie: "Ooh, I like that. That's good."
Gwen: "What about when they ask you where you were, the night they killed that girl?"
Darren: "I'll just say I was with you, in Tacoma. Thinking about jumping into the crab nets. Just like my dead wife."
Gwen: "I mean, just stick with the part where we were there, doing it. And prepare for Jamie to freak out about it."
Linden: "Whoa, is that a dead body buried under the ground right there?"
Nicole, appearing: "Yeah, pick up your face. It's a way of giving back to the earth."
Linden: "So metaphorically, you're like Mother Earth and the casino is like this dead body. Because you steal all the money from it. Let's talk about Rosie."
Nicole: "Let's talk about Keylela. She was always canoeing out too far, and the elders warned her, but she didn't listen, so she drowned. And now when things sound spooky in this graveyard, that's her begging for forgiveness. So the elders will let her come back home."
Linden: "I have trouble with symbolic language sometimes, it's in my file. Is she Rosie, or am I Keylela? Are you the Keylela in this story? I mean, is this a warning, or a clue, or...?"
Nicole: "It's a lie. She was just some girl who was like nine or ten, that got lost and wandered off our land. They found her a week later, beaten and tied to a tree. A warning from the white man."