Elsa: Good morning, Doctor.
Doctor: And a good morning to you too, Elsa! You look radiant.
Elsa: Thank you, Doctor.
Doctor: We haven't been seeing much of you lately, Elsa. You've been missing appointments.
Elsa: I'm sorry Doctor, I've been feeling much better.
Doctor: That is very good to hear. And what has brought about this improvement?
Elsa: It's the new man in my life. He's convinced me to fight my addiction.
Doctor: Ah, the policeman from the newspapers. How has he coped with his fall from grace?
Elsa: He can finally see things from a human perspective, rather than the ivory tower he created for himself. It's making him stronger, and it's making me stronger helping him.
Doctor: You wouldn't make a bad analyst yourself, Elsa. Should we swap seats?
Elsa: We're both finding we have a lot to live up to.
Doctor: And what is that?
Elsa: In my case, Lou. He went through hell along with me and still came out smiling. In Cole's case, his friend Jack Kelso.
Elsa: You've heard of him?
Doctor: No, I just like the sound of his name.
Elsa: Cole and Jack are working on a case together.
Doctor: Is Jack a policeman too?
Elsa: No, he works for the District Attorney.
Elsa: He's a Special Investigator. I thought you didn't know him?
Doctor: I have never met the gentleman in question.
Elsa: He has been looking into Lou's case. Cole thinks it might be linked to some fires he's investigating. You look pale, Doctor.
Doctor: It's cold in here, Elsa. I think I'll close the window. Why are you looking at me like that, Elsa?
Elsa: You arranged for Lou to work at Elysian Fields, Doctor.
Doctor: Your fears are unfounded. I meet many people in my line of work. There are many ways that people can be helped, finding them work is just one of them.
Elsa: I don't believe you, Doctor. I've seen you with Monroe at the club.
Doctor: I'm sorry that you have come to that conclusion, Elsa. I've always so enjoyed our conversations. I can see your future, Elsa... and Cole the policeman... and Jack the investigator. It's an unfortunate and grisly end.
Man 1: I've come to help you, Doctor. To help you cross over. All your sins will be forgiven in the next life.
Man 2: It's got to be one of these places. The arsonist's a bug sprayer. He must have worked at one of these joints.