Kenneth Bradley: I really hope you've found happiness, and if you're ever in need of anything, like someone to love you, don't hesitate to call me.
Teresa Alvarez: Caviar? Aren't you overdoing it a bit, Hank?
Hank Scott: Well, I've got to make an impression on you in 48 hours that'll last for two months. What's the matter, don't you like caviar?
Teresa Alvarez: Oh, I love it, but, I must say, I could never understand why it's so expensive.
Hank Scott: Well, it's a whole year's work for a sturgeon.
Carl Maia: Well, now we have a lab, such as it is.
David Reed: Let's hope we have some use for it.
Mark Williams: I'll be disappointed if we don't. Assuming, of course, Dr. Maia's facts are well-founded.
David Reed: Dr. Maia's a scientist, not a fortune-teller! How can he guarantee anything?
Kay Lawrence: Well, it seems to me a scientist has need for both vision and confidence.
Mark Williams: I didn't mean it as any personal criticism, Doctor, it's just that I also look forward to success.
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