Adrianna Tate-Duncan: I went to your launch party and I apologized for being late. How much longer are you going to torture me?
Dixon Wilson: This isn't torture, Ade. It's income. I invested all the money Annie gave me into getting studio space and equipment. Like it or not, you signed a contract giving me the right to exploit you "in all markets". I can't release you 'till I'm out of the hole.
Adrianna Tate-Duncan: Well, I'll be singing denture jingles by then.
Annie Wilson: At Navid's Christmas party, Riley basically said he was falling in love with me.
Dixon Wilson: And you said...?
Annie Wilson: "Oh."
Dixon Wilson: "Oh"?
Annie Wilson: I didn't know what else to say. I mean, I really like Riley, but do I wanna get serious? Guess I'll have to decide before he gets back from his family vacation.
Dixon Wilson: Uh... Annie, Riley's not on family vacation.
[seeing her look]
Dixon Wilson: Yeah, um, a few days ago, a trainer told me that Riley went out to the San Jose Spinal Center to get experimental surgery.
Annie Wilson: What? Why didn't you tell me?
Dixon Wilson: You were kind of busy getting shot.
Navid Shirazi: Oh, am I glad to see you guys. All these business school prerequesites. Man, that last class was brutal.
Teddy Montgomery: Couldn't have been any worse than my conversation with Silver this morning.
Liam Court: Ah, sorry, man, spare us the details. Silver's our friend, too, and things tend to get a little complicated in the Silver baby situation.
Navid Shirazi: We're Switzerland. We remain neutral.
Teddy Montgomery: I don't blame you guys for wanting to stay out of it. The whole situation is a nightmare.
Liam Court: Well, hey, if hitting tennis balls doesn't help, join me at the gym sometime. Speaking of which, I gotta run. See you guys later.
Teddy Montgomery: He's pretty chipper for a guy who was almost shipped to Mexico in a crate.
Navid Shirazi: Man, I wish my life looked so good.
Campbell Price: Teddy Montgomery, no way. I didn't know you were back on this coast, man.
Teddy Montgomery: Campbell Price. Hey, this is Navid Shirazi.
Navid Shirazi: What's up?
Campbell Price: [shaking hands] Hey.
Teddy Montgomery: Campbell was an old classmate of mine from boarding school.
Campbell Price: Classmate? That's cold, Monty. We were partners in crime, and according to the dean of students, total asses, which I still don't think is a very nice thing to call the two guys who sent a stripper to your mom's funeral, but...
Teddy Montgomery: Ah, the good old days.
Dixon Wilson: Okay, look, I'll be back tomorrow, okay? I need you to unlock the door for the sound mixer. Oh, and if Ade has any gigs, just tag along, rep the label. Glorified babysitting.
Megan Rose: There is nothing glorified about babysitting your ex-girlfriend. She hates me. Is this some elaborate trick to get me to work for you?
Naomi Clark: Surprise! I know it's not your birthday, but I am gifting you the Naomi Clark makeover of the century.
Naomi Clark: Now strip.
Erin Silver: Hi, Naomi.
[seeing the dress she holds out]
Erin Silver: Whoa! Are we going somewhere? Like a hooker convention?
Naomi Clark: My marriage counselor said I need to give Max some space, but I'm dying of boredom. God knows you have nothing going on, so I was thinking you could distract me. Tut tut; just because you're going to be a mom doesn't mean you have to dress like one.
Erin Silver: Actually, I'm not.
Naomi Clark: What?
Erin Silver: Going to be a mom. Teddy changed his mind.
Naomi Clark: Oh, my god, Sil. Are you okay?
Erin Silver: It's a lot to process. But actually, I am almost relieved. I've spent so many months not knowing if I would ever even have this baby that at least I finally have the answer.
Naomi Clark: Way to put a positive spin on it. Besides, you know what? Teddy's not the only guy out there with sperm. Maybe next time you can find a hottie who will inseminate you the fun way.
Max Miller: You ever gonna re-open this place? Because I could really use a beer.
Liam Court: Help yourself. They're cold.
Max Miller: Thanks.
Liam Court: Nice suit.
Max Miller: Yeah, I've been on seven interviews in the last 48 hours. Do I go with the small start-up with huge growth potential or do I play it safe with the established conglomerate?
Liam Court: My biggest decision today was whether or not to murder this alien with an ice pick or a crowbar.