Holmes: (about his one year of sobriety) Look, Alfredo, it's not the case, it's the chip. I can't accept it. I know that to most addicts it's a treasured token. It's a very tangible representation of their hard work and determination, but I'm not most addicts. To me it does not commemorate a period of success, but rather, the end of a period of great failure. I failed when I abused drugs and I would really rather not be reminded of that fact.
Alfredo: I'm sorry if that's how you see it. You know what I wish you got? Milestones like this one they're yours, but they're not about you. They're about all the people who haven't got there yet. They see you do it, and they think why can't I? You know, I know it's hard, but one of these days, you gotta get over yourself.