Mr. Doback: Listen to me. Dale, look, when l was a kid...when l was a little boy, | always wanted to be a dinosaur. I wanted to be a Tyrannosaurus rex more than anything in the world. I made my arms short and l roamed the backyard...and I chased the neighborhood cats, and | growled and | roared. Everybody knew me and was afraid of me. And then one day, my dad said, " Bobby, you're 17. It's time to throw childish things aside." And I said, "Okay, Pop." But he didn't really say that, he said, "Stop being a fucking dinosaur and get a job." But, you know, I thought to myself, "I'll go to medical school...l'll practice for a little while, and then I'll come back to it. Brennan: How is that a skill? Mr. Doback: But I forgot how to do it. Dale: You're human. You could never be a dinosaur. Brennan: - Yeah. Mr. Doback: Hey, I lost it. Dale: Dad, what's the point? Brennan: Yeah. Mr. Doback: The point is... don't lose your dinosaur.

[Image] Don’t lose your dinosaur. Don’t give up on your dreams.