Donna: I packed you some breakfast for the road. Harvey: Thanks. Listen, are you sure you're good with me going on this trip? Not a lot of women would want their men doing this. Donna: Harvey, I'm not a lot of women. Harvey: No, you're not. Donna: And the truth is, any one of us would be there, but you're the one who knows what she's going through the most. Harvey: She was abandoned by her parents, I wasn't. Donna: No, but when it came to your mother, you felt like you were, and you were estranged from her for a long time. None of us knows what that feels like. Harvey: Maybe I am the best man for the job. Donna: As far as I'm concerned you're the best man for any job, and I love you. Harvey: [coughs] Thanks, and I ... love ... you too. Donna: You're an idiot.