What’s for Dinner? is the eighth episode of the first season of Severance.
Don’t laugh. […] I just wonder if it might be helpful for us to stand behind her and perhaps chant her name.
— Irving, (06:03)
I knew you could do it, Helly R. Even in your darkest moments, I could see you arriving here. In refining your macrodata file, you have brought glory to this company and to me. Kier Eagan. I… I love you. But now I must away, for there are others who need me around the world. Goodbye, Helly.R, and thank you.
— Kier Eagan [on computer], (08:41)
Oh, Mark. I don’t know how you knew for the end of the quarter I wanted a heart attack.
— Cobel, (09:53)
I know I vexed you. I know I’m… strange.
— Ms. Casey, (13:22)
For me, my favorite time was the eight hours I spent in your department watching Helly. It’s the longest I’ve ever been awake. I suppose it’s what you could call my good old days.
— Ms. Casey, (13:39)
Because we’re people, not parts of people. Even with what little they gave us, these are our lives. No one gets to just turn you off.
— Mark, (14:31)
Do you know if I’m happy up there?
— Ms. Casey, (16:45)
But before we begin…A very special gift for a very special Dylan. Our three-time R of the Q! A man whose mind is as sharp as his incisors.
— Milchick, (18:49)
Yeah, the egg bar is coveted as fuck.
— Dylan, (20:16)
I figured it out. The goats lay the eggs.
— Helly, (24:18)
You’re easy to pretend to care about.
— Mark, (25:43)
Page 197 slaps.
— Dylan, (29:02)
Okay, kids. Let’s find out what’s for dinner.
— Irving, (29:20)
[kisses Mark] In case we don’t come back. Or, I don’t know, in case we do?
— Helly, (30:26)
Fuck her goddamn soul forever into hell! Filth and fucking fire until she fucking dies! Fuck her and her fucking fake smile! Oh, God. Fuck her goddamn soul!
— Cobel, (33:40)
You know, maybe I could drive my own car. And that way I could leave if I’m uncomfortable or afraid.
— Cobel, (38:10)
This severance thing, it…Not sure I need it anymore.
— Mark, (44:37)