Alden Tuller: Is Molly ready?
Tom Nicholson: I don't know, honestly. She's pretty fragile right now. What?
Alden Tuller: You've been so worried about taking care of Molly, you're losing sight of your job. You're supposed to be getting Molly ready to testify. You want to know why Molly's so troubled? She's surrounded by enablers and you're one of them.
Tom Nicholson: [to Molly] Come on, pull it together. We need you to take the stand tomorrow, confident.
Molly Larusa: Confident? Then give me a drink or something stronger.
Tom Nicholson: What did you just say to me?
Molly Larusa: I was kidding. It was a joke.
Ron Trott: You know those dogs in Alaska that pull sleds in that race?
Tom Nicholson: The Iditarod?
Ron Trott: Yeah. You know what they do to the lead dog when he's not the lead dog anymore?
Tom Nicholson: No, Ron. What?
Ron Trott: They shoot him. Once they're not lead dog, they go crazy. We can't afford to shoot you, Tom. Learn to be a second chair. It's a skill worth having.
Ron Trott: Get Molly tested and keep Frank away from her until this case is over.
Tom Nicholson: He's her dad, Ron. He's worried. Molly's his only child. He's gonna want to be there for her.
Luther Graves: He spent his life being there for her. It hasn't done him much good.
Tom Nicholson: Maybe we should keep Molly here until the drugs wear off.
Ron Trott: I have a better idea. Have her father bring her some new clothes. We'll clean her up and toss her back in the street. We can find an A.A. meeting in Hollywood, can't we?
Molly Larusa: They read my letters? God, they're gonna think I'm a lesbian or something, right?
Tom Nicholson: No. They think you're a killer, Molly and I wouldn't worry about what they think of your sex life.
Dave: Mr. Trott, I'm Dave. I'm a huge fan. Hey, if I ever get arrested...
Ron Trott: Did you sell drugs to someone at the center or not?
Dave: What do I get if I tell you?
Ron Trott: [punches Dave] What you get is that we don't turn you into the police or sue you on behalf of Molly's father for poisoning his daughter.
Frank Larusa: You think this was my fault.
Luther Graves: I say to my kids, "I am not your friend. I am your father." I probably say 'no' to them nine out of 10 times. And if I ever found out they'd ever used drugs... I would kill them myself.
Frank Larusa: No, you wouldn't.