Jed: I'm not a woman and I don't work here.
Dolores: The women who do are afraid for their jobs. If they bring it up, they're afraid for their jobs. What is it you're afraid of?
Jed: Why do you talk to me like this?
Dolores: Because you never had a big sister and you need one. Look at you. You're a boy king. You're a foot smarter than the smartest kids in the class. You're blessed with inspiration. You must know this by now; you must have sensed it. Look, if you think we're wrong, if you think Mr. Hopkins should honestly get paid more than Mrs. Chadwick, then I respect that. But if you think we're right, and you won't speak up 'cause you can't be bothered, then, God, Jed, I don't even want to know you. Come inside. I'll call Triple-A.
Dolores walks toward the building as Jed sticks his hands in his pockets and muses, "Miss Mueller gets half as much to teach music as Mr. Ryan does to coach crew?" He kind of smiles to himself. She looks at him and says, "You're gonna do it." He replies, "Oh, I didn't say that." She confidently crosses her arms and says, "Yes, you did." He wonders when. She says, "Just then. You stuck your hands in your pockets, you looked away, and you smiled." He reflexively removes his hands from his pockets. She claims that the pockets/look/smile sequence of gestures means that he made up his mind; he denies that it means anything, and claims he just stuck his hands in his pockets. She adds, "And looked away, and smiled." She's beaming. She says, as she walks away, "We're in." Jed heaves the car hood closed.
We cut back to Jed standing in the rapidly emptying cathedral, bitterly staring ahead. Leo ambles over to him, from where he had been chatting with Abby, and gently says, "It was a beautiful service, I thought. I thought it was a beautiful service." Jed, still staring, still looking pissed: "Yeah." Leo: "She was a real dame, old friend, a real broad." Jed agrees. Leo quietly says that they have to go back to the office now. Jed asks Leo do to him a favour, and have the agents seal the cathedral for a minute. Leo looks slightly concerned but agrees, of course, and goes off to do his bidding.