Dennis: You know, Dee, I didn’t want to say anything back there because I didn’t want to be rude to the kid but you really gotta be careful just picking up hitchhikers.
Dee: I know, but that kid was like really young and sweet and innocent looking.
Dennis: Yeah, right, but those are the ones you gotta watch out for.
Frank: Those are the most dangerous hitchhikers. The ones that lure you into thinking they’re sane by acting like normal people.
Dennis: They act like they’re normal and then they carve you up.
Mac: No way, it wasn’t gonna happen. I had my eyes on him the whole time. See, I’ve always got an A, B and C strike plan to get us out of any potentially life threatening situation.
Frank: Yeah, he probably just carved up his mother and father and he’s runnin’ away on the road.
Dennis: That’s right.
Mac: Could be, Frank. All I’m saying is that I’m ready for any situation. And that’s why you’re all safe as long as I’m around.
Mac: Yeah, I did an ocular pat-down and I cleared him.
Frank: Say what?
Dee: I’m sorry?
Mac: I’m saying that I did an ocular assessment of the situation, garnered that he was not a security risk and I cleared him for passage.
Dennis: What in the hell are you talking about?
Mac: I’m talking about breaking down the security situation, clearing an individual and making it safe for passage.
Dennis: How exactly do you view yourself within the context of our group?
Mac: …the sheriff of Paddy’s.