Theo: I'd like to make a toast. The Egyptians believed that you die twice. Once when you take your final breath, and then again the last time someone says your name. They believe your spirit lives on as long as people kept remembering you. So as long as we all keep remembering uncle Jon, he'll never really be gone. Was that okay? Delilah: That is more than okay, Theo.
John: Friendship is when you don't care when your buddy throws up in your car when you're taking him back from chemo. Gary: And yet he keeps mentioning it. John: Friendship is believing that your friend will one day make his movie. Rome: What do you think I'm doing? John: Friendship is holding a friend's hand when she loses her restaurant even though you know she's going to open up a better one. It's the person that you trust with your wallet, and your keys, and your wife, and your kids and it's being able to have the hard conversations and willing to listen. It's a million little things. Everyone: A million little things. John: A million little things.