Sally: I just — I can’t wrap my head around it, you know? I mean, the Thomas that I knew, or I thought I knew, would never be involved in something like this. I really thought he was a good guy and devoted to his son.
Wyatt: But that’s what this is kind of about, in a sick, twisted way — Thomas’ devotion to Douglas. I mean, he was obsessed with making Hope Douglas’ stepmom.
Sally: I know. If I had just spoken up when Thomas said something to me —
Wyatt: No, no, no, no, no. You couldn’t have known how far he’d go. And, plus, the — I don’t think this is the best subject for us right now.
Sally: No, I agree.
Wyatt: You know what I mean?
Sally: Mm-hmm, agreed. Yeah. I actually would much prefer talking about what I just overheard you saying to your mom.
Wyatt: Uh…you — you mean you heard that?
Wyatt: How much? A lot of it?
Wyatt: Okay. I meant every word of it. I mean, my mom might not know how much you mean to me, but I-I hope you do.
Sally: I have to admit, you have done a pretty good job of showing it lately.
Wyatt: Yeah? I just, you know — I-I regret… letting you go and just how I ended things and —
Sally: Didn’t I try to tell you that at the time?
Wyatt: Yeah, but I’m a — I’m a slow learner.
Sally: Mm-hmm. Well, can I say something, Mr. Sloth?
Wyatt: Yeah, sure. Sure.
Sally: It is a big city. And there are tons of beautiful women walking around, and, in my estimate, very few of them are actually involved in a kidnapping, so just because it didn’t work out with Flo doesn’t necessarily mean that —
Wyatt: Big city, tons of women — yeah. You know, the lucky thing for me, though, is I’m in the same room with the best-looking one… the smartest, flashiest redhead in town… and I-I don’t deserve a second chance. I know that. But, damn it, I’d be a fool not to try for one.