Shelley: "'Bruce, Harriett, what we have to admit to ourselves that we see that opportunity and take it.' Right, and that's it. Now, we just sit there. I got my pen out."
Ricky: "'Always Be Closing.'"
Shelley: "Oh, god, that's what I've been saying, the old ways. Right? Convert that motherbleeper, sell him, make him sign the check. Now, they got their money in government bonds. I said to myself 'bleep it, let's go all the way, huh, the whole route.' I take it and plan it out, eight units, 82 grand, and I say to them, 'This is now. This is that thing that you have been dreaming of. You are gonna find the suitcase on the train. The man walks in the room, that bag is filled with money. Harriet, this is it, and Bruce, I don't want to bleep around with you. No, I don't. I don't want to pussyfoot around, huh. You think you got to look back on this thing? I do, too. Now, I'm here to do good for you and me, the both of us. What is the point of some interim position? The only arrangement I will accept is full investment. And I mean it, that's it, all eight units, period.' Now I got the pen in my hand, Rick. Hey, I turned that contract around, 'That's eight units, 82 grand' and I said, 'Now, I want you to sign.' I sat there five minutes. Then I sat-- 22 minutes by that kitchen clock on the wall. Ricky, not a word, not a motion. And what am I thinking, 'Is my arm getting tired?', no. I did in. Just like the old days, just like I used to, like I was taught. I did it."
Ricky: "Like you taught me."
Shelley: "Oh, hey, nobody ever-- well, if I did, I'm glad. No, what I did, I locked on 'em. I locked all on them, nothing on me, on them. And oh god, I am holding my last thought, 'Now is the time.' They signed."