Rebecca Harris: How did we miss this?
Brian Finch: Because you didn't have anyone there to call it out. You didn't have anyone on NZT. And I kind of hate to say it, but you didn't have me.
Rebecca Harris: I don't know, Brian.
[Rebecca and Naz's phones ring]
Nasreen Pouran: We gotta go. We gotta go now!
Rebecca Harris: [to Brian] Are you coming?
Brian Finch: [to Naz] I don't know. Am I?
Nasreen Pouran: Just get in the car, Finch!
Alex: Well... I'm not "on it." I make it a point to never sample the product. I just give it to my grad students.
Brian Finch: I feel very lucky. I wear a name tag to work, and it has my name on it.
Rebecca Harris: You wrote this word down weeks before NZT dropped in Manhattan. How did you know the street name of a drug that wasn't on the street?
Brian Finch: [talking to Hades] You ever considered the reason you're seeing a decline in sales could be because of your name? I mean, I get why you chose it - it's powerful, and I love it - but, then, it appeals to people like me with death metal tendencies; but, imagine you're an eighteen-year-old kid. You're making your first buy. You're nervous! I mean, take my friend Grover here, for example. He's on the wrong side of thirty and he is literally shaking in his boots right now. Isn't that right, Grover?
Work Homie Grover: I'm twenty-nine.
Brian Finch: The point is, that eighteen-year-old scared kid - is he gonna choose the guy named Hades? Probably not. Maybe... it's time for a new moniker.
[Hades stands up]
Hades: My mom used to call me Pumpkin.