HAPPY DAY INN
Sarah Linden, she's a visual thinker. I guess that's why she has filled up an entire legal-sized page with the following infographic: HOLDER -> GIL SLOANE -> ?
Puttin' those clues together.
Linden: "Sorry we're so homeless all the time, but this show is entirely about the stasis and obsession of grief."
Ex-Husband: "Jack called me about how you're taking him out of state? Not okay."
Linden: "First of all, that's old news. Second of all, fuck you eight different ways."
Linden: "I may not be that successful at being a person, but I am your mother and I love you."
Jack: "I love you too, for what it is worth, but you have to admit I'm being pretty resilient about all this."
She walks him down to the vending machine and it's super weird because she puts the coins in and watches him choose his snack meal, and then he asks for additional items, so she puts the coins in again and watches him choose again. I don't know why they are like this. Jack doesn't seem particularly bothered by it, but I guess when you're her kid you get used to certain things.
Sloane: "Stop looking at comic books about this closed case and come with me to Denny's."
Holder: "I just don't understand why Linden didn't call me out. She knows I faked that photo and lied about it, but all I got was her usual stony nonsense."
Sloane: "File it under control issues. Also, here is your shield, you are now a detective."
Holder: "Both literally and figuratively a shiny distraction."
Belko: "I am overjoyed to see you, Stan!"
Stan: "I will do whatever I can to make sure you're okay, because you are the best."
Belko: "Really? Because I killed my mom and shot a public figure in the abdomen."
Stan: "I know, but I'm used to just saying whatever crap to make you happy because you love me and don't have much in the way of critical thinking skills."
Belko: "Tell me about the rabbits, Stan."
Stan: "...It just occurred to me that you have now attempted murder on a bunch of people because of me. And the total futility of everything we've ever tried to do to change the way things are."
Belko: "Why are you looking at me like that? Stop looking at me like that!"