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This is a gathering point for the great private investigator's finest lines.

"Pie-lette"

That ain't "a grain of salt". That's one o' them blocks they give cows to lick. (On Ned's assessment that his judgment of 'fine' should be taken with a grain of salt.)
Are you in love with her? 'Cos it's that level o' stupid. (To Ned, about Chuck)
We all have childhood issues. Believe me, I got the full subscription. (Foreshadowing "Frescorts")
A good last meal can go a long way. Our penal system makes a point of it. (Discussing Chuck's high seas misadventure with her aunts)

"Dummy"

I'm not God, but if I was, I'd be an angry god. (Vis-á-vis Chuck 'stealing' his minute)
It's a dead end. And not the kind of dead end you can un-dead, then re-dead again. Like you're supposed to. (Unsubtle further anti-Chuck vitriol)
'Clue' is a board game. "Professor did it in the parlor with a rubber mallet." That's a clue. We find evidence. (Dismissing Chuck's contribution to the case)
If I wanted to mingle with a bunch of geeks wearin' leotards, I'd have stayed in art school. (Why he cut Rick Page off, pre-request)

"Girth"

Think of it as an escrow between my thighs. (Talking about Olive's down payment for services)
The money don't care. Touch him. (Concerning Ned's qualms about Olive as a client)
Different like purple and mauve. (On Chuck's nit-picking over Olive's analysis of her state)

"Bitter Sweets"

The truth ain't like puppies - a bunch of 'em running around and you pick your favorite. There's one truth - and it has come a-knockin'. (On reality)

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