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Walker: How long do you want to stay here? Any big projects you need to get ahead on?
Park: Let’s not wear out our welcome. This place is . . . unsettling.
Park: Maybe it’s different for you. But to me . . . the light is all wrong.
And you never see the sun.
It’s as if “Meggido” is a place that doesn’t have one.
And on that charming note, back to Washington . . .
Driver: . . . Do I get a tip?
Bennett: “To remove tough fabric stains, use a paste made of baking soda and water.”
Bennett (thinking): Takes days to get down to D.C. . . . insists on meeting at a restaurant instead of the office . . . And now it turns out the restaurant is at his hotel? I can’t tell if Cohen’s jerking me around, or coming on to me.