Chin: This is a very large mattress. What you planning on doing on this very large mattress? Danny: Please, please watch the walls, boys. Second bedroom on the left. Steve: Trust you to find the only mattress place on the island that doesn’t deliver. Only you could do that. Danny: No, no, they, they deliver. It just costs an extra 50 bucks. You only cost me a beer.
Steve: You like that? Danny: Yes, I do. Steve: Now you can watch all the TV you want. Danny: This is, uh… I’m touched, thank you. Uh, but I do believe that I found a place. Steve: Really? Danny: Yeah, nice little house for rent right down the street from you. Steve: Forget about it. Danny: Oh, right, rule number 56: No coworkers living on the same block. Steve: Something like that, yeah, just… no, put it out of your mind. Okay? Danny: These are still very nice. Wow, they work good. Can’t hear you at all, it’s perfect.
Danny: It’s amazing. I mean, one day you are the king of the ocean, right? The next thing you know, you’ hanging from the ceiling in a museum and children are looking at your private parts. Steve: Yep, kind of puts things in perspective.
Steve: You’re manipulating a landlord into renting you a dead guy’s apartment at a cut rate. Is that right? Danny: Absolutely. Steve: That’s interesting. Danny: It’s the move, babe. I mean, all the homicide detectives back home have the nicest pads. I’m telling you. Steve: Huh.
Danny: Our victim, he have a family? Chin: He’s divorced. Wife’s on the mainland. They got one kid. Josh, 14. Lives here. Danny: Lives here, huh? It’s 3:15. Chin: Yeah. So? Danny: School let out 15 minutes ago. Steve: Hey, Danny, where you going?
Mrs. Kekoa: If you’re looking for an apartment, I think there’s one available in this building. Danny: That’s nice, but I think it’s a little rich for my blood. Thank you. Mrs. Kekoa: You’ll have to take the stairs. Something is wrong with the elevator. Danny: Of course something’s wrong with the elevator. I’m cursed.
Danny: Hey, hey, hey, hey, listen, she follows orders, she likes sports. I mean, if she was into blowing stuff up and romantic getaways at the DMZ, I’d say we are looking at a love connection. Steve: That’s funny.
Lori: So how long were you married? Danny: That clearly has nothing to do with this case. Lori: Oh, no, your body language says it does. Danny: My, my body language? My body language is “I’m driving.” See? Lori: Yeah, no, you were, you were rubbing your ring finger. Every guy does it. Just means you’re thinking about your own marriage. Danny: Oh, okay. Lori: I just point out the obvious. Most men can’t handle the truth when it comes to love. Danny: We can’t handle the truth when it come…? What are we doing, A Few Good Men?