When Nicky is being beaten up, the blood on his head reappears and disappears between shots.
Tommy: If you don't want the money, Jenny, you can burn it.
Helen: Get your brother.
Kevin: (shouting) Yo, Seany! Dinner!
Helen: I could've done that.
Jimmy: You want me to take twenty five hundred, on a five thousand dollar bet that Maxwell made?
Tommy: It wasn't even your bet to begin with, Jimmy. It's a good deal.
Jimmy: For you maybe, because you're the jerk who believes this guy.
Tommy: You look good. (He kisses her on the cheek) I'm jealous.
Mary-Anne: You had your shot.
Tommy: Don't remind me.
Eddie: You're working for Louie?
Eddie: Yeah, get outta here.
Jimmy: No, no, he didn't tell you?
Eddie: You're asking me to give you Louie's money, the money I bet with Louie?
Jimmy: Five grand. That's the figure, right?
Eddie: You're outta your mind.
Jenny: That's a lot of money.
Jenny: Where'd you get it?
Tommy: I already said in the bathroom
Jenny: Yeah, sure. I don't want your money.
Tommy: It's not my money.
Jenny: What did you do? What did you do to get that money? Something terrible, right?
Joey (narrating): And even though Jenny had told Tommy she didn't need his help, when it came to Jenny, Tommy just didn't know how not to try.
Joey (narrating): The thing about helping people is you can only take it so far and then you start hurting 'em.
Jimmy: (About the recovering gamblers story) Hey Kevin, does any of this sound familiar?
Kevin: Do you have a point?
Tommy: Where's Jimmy?
Joey: I don't know.
Tommy: Do you want your ass kicked?
Joey: He's in the basement with Kevin.
Tommy: You're not playing me again, are you?
Eddie: Wouldn't lie to you Tommy.
Joey: So guys anything else I can help you guys with? I'm here to serve.
Man leaving cell: You got that right.
Jimmy: Me and my 3 brothers are the only partners I'm ever gonna have.
Joey: Kevin introducing Jimmy to Whitey was gonna result in one of the most gruesome and violent deaths the neighborhood had ever seen. I mean what did Kevin know. He was just trying to help. Was Whitey gonna kill Jimmy or was Jimmy gonna kill Whitey?
Man questioning Joey: So who killed who?
Man: In the knife fight!
Joey: Oh. That was later.
Jimmy: 10 bets. $500 dollars a pop. Lost every bet. Guy makes Kevin look lucky.
Kevin: What do you gotta say that for?
Joey (narrating): See, here's the problem. Always trying to help people? It'll kill you. I mean it's worse than a disease. Tommy Donnelly was just beginning to figure that out.
Joey: Me, I've always believed honesty is best served cold.
Jimmy: Do you know anything about setting up books?
Joey: About the same as Kevin except I won a bet once.
Kevin: What do you want, a smack!
Joey: I'm just saying.
Jimmy: Does anybody know anybody?
Kevin: This guy Whitey I used to bet with.
Joey: Oh, Whitey's a sleazebag.
Jimmy: Worse than you?
Joey: Yeah, maybe.
- Denmark: December 25, 2007 on Kanal 5
"Don't Look Back" by Telepopmusik
"Today Has Been Ok" by Emiliana Torrini
"If ever I was sure that someone was coming to help me, I should run like hell."
The title of the episode comes from this quote by Thoreau.