Cane names the baby Cordelia Katherine Valentine Ashby.
Billy: I sat in that hospital today and I watched the mother of my kid... my kid fighting for her life. And then in comes "Cane the magnificent" big super daddy Cane. He's holding my kid. It's my kid, Jack. We all know I'm a screw-up, right? Just--I didn't know I was this guy.
Jack: Okay, so... what do you think your next move's gonna be?
Billy: Ooh! Carnival. You wanna go to carnival, Jack? We can go to-- the Abbott brothers and carnival.
Jack: Have you maybe given any thought to facing the music?
Billy: There's music in carnival, Jack.
Adam: Why are you here? You just trying to make a bad day worse? You know what? I never expected much outta you, but you're the only family I've got. And you chose to let me rot in prison. Okay, Pop? The choice has been made. Have you called? Have you come by? Visited? Written a letter? Anything? So you show up here on the anniversary of my mother's death and you think that, uh... that this gesture is going to assuage your guilt. Nice touch with the bible, by the way, but I see through it. And so did Mom, and that's why she didn't want you to have anything to do with me. If she were alive today, she wouldn't want me to have anything to do with you. So why don't you just take the bible and get out!
Victor: Well done. Didn't think you had it in you.
Adam: I would sit on the bench every game and just stew. Coach wouldn't play me. I hated it. I wanted to quit that team so bad. I remember I went home and I told my mom I was gonna quit. She said, "Absolutely not. Absolutely not, Vic. You made a commitment. You better stick with it."
Chaplain: You know, she sounds like an extraordinary woman.
Adam: Oh, she was. She was. Tough as nails. But she had a kind of... a kind of gentle, soft spoken quality all the time. Like... velvet over steel or something, you know? I guess if I hadn't listened to her... I never would've got to experience that. I used to think that day that she died was the worst day of my life. As it turns out, every day thereafter is just getting worse and worse. I had my whole life ahead of me. Now look at me.