Tia Malone: [Tony and Tia are filling out a questionnaire.] Tony, what should I put after "sports"? Tony Malone: Put, "spectator." Tia Malone: Tony, we've got to get out of here, before it's too late, please. Tia Malone: Please, Mr. Bolt, you're too excited. You're going to make yourself sick. Tony Malone: You should go right to bed, Sir. Tia Malone: Tony, we've got to get out of here, please. Aristotle Bolt: They *rode* out of here! Aristotle Bolt: They're not upside down, we are! Lucas Deranian: I should have known there was more than ESP to those two. Chuck: If you want, I'll fight you with one hand. Tony Malone: I'll fight you with none! Lucas Deranian: Look as far as you can see. Mr. Bolt owns everything in sight. Tia Malone: Well, I can see the sky. Jason O'Day: I wonder... I wonder how I'd handle you kids if you were mine. Well, maybe that's why I never married, eh? Tia Malone: But Mr. O'Day. You were married. Jason O'Day: What? Tia Malone: Long, long time ago. And she was so pretty. And you had a little house. Tony Malone: Yeah, I can see it. It was white, with yellow shutters. And there was a big elm branch over the whole roof. Tia Malone: Tony knows about people. He can see places they've been. Jason O'Day: [Angry] What else? Tia Malone: Well, your wife died only a few months after you were married. And you were so sad. You took an oath that you'd never give your love to another woman, or to anyone. And you never have.... I'm sorry, Mr. O'Day. Jason O'Day: The name's Jason! If you know so dang much about me you might as well use it. Jason, you understand? Jason O'Day: Um, look. Um, if you don't mind, I'd like to plan on remembering you two as if you were my kids. The kids I never had.