Patient: "We spend all this time saying, 'man, we ought to try that.' But, now I really want to go for it. And even if we fail, at least then we'll know we tried. If it doesn't work, we can move on to the next thing. It's like with writing, if I can just finish one thing, I can move on to..."
Doctor: "Did you say Rite Aid?"
Patient: "No. I said writing."
Doctor: "Well, someone really should do something about Rite Aid, someone who can solve problems, a thinker. It's like nobody's even working there, nobody cares. And they keep the food hidden. You can't ever find it. They keep it over to the side. You go down the escalator and see all the tabloids, and they say: 'did he really do it?' and 'is she really wearing that?' And all the people walk through there looking for someone to help them. But they'll never find anyone.
Doctor: "And, I'll tell you what, it's no better at Dwight Reade."
Patient: "Right. So as I was saying, we're hoping make and sell these pretty unique dessert items. It'll be something we can do together as a ..."
Doctor: "May I make one suggestion?"
Doctor: "Something frozen."
Doctor: "Something that melts. People love that."