April: “I think we’re still processing it and we’re just worried about our son, you know Bam, he’s out of town and was just told and he is devastated needless to say. We all are” Phil: “He fit in with Bam perfectly, they were best friends and they feed off of eachother” Phil: “He is a part of our family, he told us everytime he left that were like his mum and dad” April: “Its just really hard, he’s just a super nice guy, would do anything for you, always happy” April: “He would always call me on mothers day…or text me” April: “I just hope everybody is going to be alright, I hope Bam is going to be alright and I hope we’re going to be alright”
Paul: Where are the other lifeboats? Carl: Whoa! You won the prize, I didn’t even notice that. Paul: Where are the other lifeboats, Carl? Carl: Looking at the trajectory of the moon and the sun, probably at the bottom of the ocean. I bit lots of holes in them. Paul: CARL! Carl: I have a problem. I have a serious problem. Paul: You are just, terrible today! Carl: Shhh! D’you hear that? That’s the sound of forgiveness. Paul: That’s the sound of people drowning Carl. Carl: That is what forgiveness sounds like. Screaming and then silence.