Frank: Sit down. What should I call you?
Judge: 'Judge' is fine. Or the name on the report. My name is 'Legion.'
Judge: When Jesus of Nazareth expelled demons from a herd of enchanted hogs, story has it that the demons told him their name was 'Legion.' How would you like to work for me?
Frank: Work? You mean killing.
Judge: Every man finds his own path to justice. You needn't commit yourself now. The offer's open. A month, a year... Many benefits. I know you're sometimes scared for your family, your wife. There's a child now too, yes?
Frank: When you spoke to Bardale, what did you say to him when he called you from the bar?
Judge: Bardale... who can speak to Bardale? A slave of echoes. I can talk to you. We're after the same thing.
Frank: How's that?
Judge: I can show you an absolute justice, an unconstrained justice. You'd have freedom to act without fear. Bardale and his kindred... they fear me, they obey me. Your family would be safe from such threats.
Judge: The police are about to release me. You and your group of associates have never been as close to me as I've allowed this time. I wanted you to hear my offer, feel its truth, see my strength.
Frank: We're going to find Bardale.
Judge: Oh, yes. My congratulations in advance. Well, it's time to go. And remember, the offer's open. And if I'm hard to reach, well, don't make the conventional assumptions.
Bletcher: What'd he say?
Frank: He offered me a job.