Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches
Prior: I like your cosmology, baby. [...] but it seems to me that it lets you off scot-free. [...] No judgment, no guilt or responsibility. (1.9.91-93)
Roy: They're gonna try and disbar me. [...] Because I don't see the Law as a dead and arbitrary collection of antiquated dictums, thou shall, thou shalt not, because, because I know the Law's a pliable, breathing, sweating... organ, because, because...
Martin: Because he borrowed half a million from one of his clients [...] And he forgot to return it. (2.6.36-42)
Joe: I just wondered what a thing it would be... if overnight everything you owe anything to, justice, or love, had really gone away. Free. [...] To shed our skin, every old skin, one by one and then walk away, unencumbered, into the morning. (2.7.49)