Sharon Pogue: Then I realized that it doesn't have to be perfect. I mean, it can be whatever it is
Sharon Pogue: I need more sleep, come back in a month
Catch: Come back, what makes you think I'll come back
Sharon Pogue: I don't know, why are you here?
Catch: I'm here to tell you that when you tell someone you're going to be somewhere and that person re-arranges their whole life, you should be a lot more aware and a lot more considerate instead of just...
Sharon Pogue: [interrupts] What's in the bag?
Catch: None of your business
Sharon Pogue: You bring coffee?
Catch: You think you deserve coffee?
Sharon Pogue: You bring any food?
Catch: You don't deserve any food, I'll tell you that
Catch: You ever wonder what scratch means?, what people mean when they say "Let's start from scratch", this is scratch.
Catch: [Catch is at the cemetery looking at the headstones of his wife and son] Annie. Max. I don't want you to think I forgot you, it's just that I couldn't find you. I woke up and you were gone, everything was gone, it just disappeared in one minute. I couldn't remember that minute, I lost it, but I think I found it all now. I used a calculator, see. Do you know we get about 1500 minutes a day?, so I figured it out. I was 29 years old, three months and eight days, so it was minute number 14,500,980 or so. That's the one I lost and when I lost that minute, I guess I... I tried to lose it all, all the memories because it hurt so bad. I tried, but... but I couldn't do it. Max, you were sick that day, remember?, it was your birthday and you ate too much. Annie, you said ''Slow down, it's wet, okay?'' And you were right, I should have slowed down. I should have slowed down lots of times, but I didn't always listen. I didn't listen when you, when you said, ''Steve, just please spend more time.'' That day I made you smile, Max, remember? You looked at me and I made a face and then we all smiled. It was a great minute. It was. I'm so glad l found that minute and no matter what... no matter what, I won't forget anymore. I won't forget anymore, I love you.
Sharon Pogue: It's not a good neighborhood, maybe I should walk you to your car.
Catch: I don't have a car.
Sharon Pogue: Would you like a ride home?
Catch: No thank you, I like to walk, Are you OK to drive?
Sharon Pogue: I'm not drunk, you think I'm drunk, cause you'll know when I'm drunk when I start throwing up!
Larry Pogue Sr.: You know what Sharon, It's not cool that you start showing up around here in your cop uniform, then people will start getting the impression that we're in trouble!.
Elanora: Catch Your coat's all dirty, what happened?
Catch: I tackled somebody today.
Catch: Yeah, he had the ball and he was running for a touchdown so I stopped him!
Elanora: Will you please be serious Catch!
Catch: I met somebody, she's a police officer.
Elanora: Really, I hope you didn't have to tackle her too!
Sharon Pogue: Has anyone ever told you that you shouldn't look through people's drawers
Catch: Why, it looks more real in here
Sharon Pogue: It's considered rude
Catch: Now that I'm here, you seem kinda mad about it, maybe I should get going?
Sharon Pogue: Believe me, When I'm mad, you'll know it
Catch: Is this the mad part?
Sharon Pogue: Maybe going is a good idea
Sharon Pogue: Let's talk about something stupid!
Catch: Ok, you first!
Sharon Pogue: When you said that we were "supposed" to meet, what did you mean by that, it sounds a little too Psychic Friends Network like?
Catch: Well it means that one's senses are attracted to a particular odour of another person and it draws the person to them.
[Catch has brought Elanora her groceries]
Catch: I brought you nectarines cause the peaches were hard as rocks
Sharon Pogue: Tell me straight out, who are you?
Catch: Why, what is it you're looking for?
Sharon Pogue: Your life, I want no surprises
Catch: My name is Catch, I don't commit any crimes, I walk around town, that's all of it, except for you, the way I feel about you
Sharon Pogue: Which is?
Catch: Surprising, I thought it was impossible, I thought I was
Sharon Pogue: You thought you were what, gay?
Sharon Pogue: Am I supposed to get that
Catch: No you're not
Robby: So I take it your little date sucked?
Sharon Pogue: I just don't have to tell my life story to a total stranger. "What do you do?" and "Where are you from?" It's endless.
Robby: No, I think the problem was you didn't wanna clean his little bitty pipes too soon.
Sharon Pogue: No, the problem is that *all* I wanted to do was clean his pipes. It was the conversation that was pissin' me off.
Robby: Well, baby girl, if it's servicing you need...
Sharon Pogue: Shut the fuck up.
Sharon Pogue: We have multiple vehicles. Possible DOAs, multiple injuries. In contact major accident. We're gonna need some more ambulances over here.
Radio Dispatcher: All units have been deployed. I don't have an ETA.
Catch: I'll drive.