Hank: I hate places like this.
Nick: Why? It's just stuff.
Hank: Nah, it's people's lives falling apart. What's left when the good times are over. The stuff of dreams.
Nick: Thanks. Now I'm creeped out.
Mason: Leonard Drake was a complete ass. Trust me, I know an ass when I see one. I've represented plenty of them.
Juliette: Don't arrest him, he's just hungry.
Nick: Yeah, well, he's a rodent, and he should be eating what rodents eat.
Juliette: He's not a rodent. We're all mammals here.
Nick: Well, I'm not eating what he's eating.
Juliette: Sure, you just got to it first.
Nick: I'm not going to ask for any more of your help.
Monroe: Screw that. I'm not running. You ask me for all the help you need. I've never been much of a status quo guy. And next time, we'll be ready for them.
Canada: January 20, 2012 on CTV
UK: April 9, 2012 on Watch
Belgium: June 10, 2012 on VT4
Czech Republic: November 12, 2012 on Prima COOL
Germany: April 15, 2013 on Vox
Referencing the 1937 novella by John Steinbeck, Of Mice and Men. The story is about two Great Depression migrant workers, George Milton and Lennie Small, and their attempt to fulfill their dream of owning land of their own. Lennie is mentally disabled and George is forced to protect his friend from the harsh realities of the world.