The Booth at the End

Season 2 Episode 2

A New Reality

Aired Monday Aug 13, 2012 on CityTV
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A New Reality

The Man continues his dealmaking, and finds a client who wants something that actually shocks him. Meanwhile, Melody demands to know what happened to her and Doris agrees to help The Man in return for answers.

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • The Man: Like I said, you have to tell me why you want this thing.
        Dillon: It's not that big a deal, man. Look, I've got a crappy life. I want a better one.
        The Man: People build lives every day without having to live forever.
        Dillon: Well, I don't have any training so I'm going to need the time.
        The Man: To get it right?
        Dillon: Yeah.

      • The Man: Tell me what went wrong with Heather.
        Henry: We weren't meant for each other.
        The Man: What does that mean?
        Henry: We just fell out of love.
        The Man: When did that happen?
        Henry: She never loved me.
        The Man: How do you fall out of something that never was?

      • The Man: You have to become the servant of a higher power.
        Henry: What?
        The Man: You need to become a true believer.
        Henry: No.
        The Man: Of one kind or another.
        Henry: No. No, I don't do that.
        The Man: That's the task.
        Henry: No, God is a fool's crutch. I stand on my own two feet.
        The Man: Then what are you doing here?

      • Jack: Wait, wait. Ah... what if I want more?
        The Man: More of what?
        Jack: Let's say I don't... just want to stop them from building that place. Let's say I... I want to stop all of it.
        The Man: All of what?
        Jack: Their faith. Their... whole thing. Their--their--their entire religion.
        The Man: Their entire religion?
        Jack: Wipe it out. I mean, I stop them from building this place, what does it really get me, hmm? I can't just be thinking about my grandkids. It's time to stop all of it.
        The Man: All of... all of it?
        Jack: Yes. Their books, their buildings, their history, their--their symbols. Their faith, their god. Everything! Gone!
        The Man: You want to eradicate their faith?
        Jack: Eradicate. Heh. That's a... that's a good word.

      • Melody: I want to make a deal.
        The Man: No, you don't.
        Melody: You can't say no.
        The Man: I'm not saying no.

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