Janitor and probationer Jay tells the bouncer, "I can't even remember last night." (0:02)
Probation officer reads, referring to Jay, "Mr. Wheeler has continued to exhibit through a series of offenses: DUI..." (0:04)
By telephone Jay tells his wealthy father Jason he works in "... an administration position with one of the largest psychiatric hospitals out here. "
Referring to his girlfriend: "She's a nut with the work..." (0:06)
Psychiatrist Dr. Bertleman tells Jay, "You're giving alcohol and pornography to my patients."
"They are, variously, psychotic, catatonic, manic and delusional... You will have no contact with these patients..." (0:08)
Jay tells Daisy, "You're a patient."
Daisy hyperventilates. (0:12)
Jason tells Jay, "I don't suppose you're on the wagon." (0:25)
Another panic attack sends Daisy to the floor. (0:41)
Jay tells his parents, "I'm a janitor at a mental hospital... She's a patient." (0:41)
Jay tells Daisy, "... because... you're an escaped mental patient." (0:42)
By telephone Bertleman tells Jay, referring to Daisy, "She is quite possibly psychotic or schizophrenic."
Jay: "Besides the occasional panic attack... she's highly functional. I'm actually thinking it's a little posttraumatic stress." (0:47)
Jay tells Daisy, "God, your mother told you a lot of crazy-ass shit..."
Daisy: "My mom did tell me a lot of crazy-ass shit." (0:53)
Traveler Rita tells Jay, referring to her mother, "She has dementia." (0:58)
By telephone Bertleman answers Jay, "Contact a mental health professional." (1:07)
Jay tells Daisy, "You're driving like a crazy person."
Daisy: "I'm not a crazy person." (1:08)
Jay asks Daisy, referring to killing her mother, "Were there voices; did voices tell you to do it?"
Daisy: "The voices... told my mother things."
Jay: "You don't hear voices?" (1:09)
Jay lies across railroad tracks as though to kill himself. (1:16)
Daisy tells hospital staff, "No, it's okay 'cause i'm not crazy." (1:16)
Jay tells Bertleman, "I'm suicidal."
Bertleman: "Then I'll put you on suicide precaution."
Jay: "The voices are not in Daisy's head. They were in her mother's head." (1:16)
Bertleman: "Mr. Phelpmitter, I can't discuss another patient with you." (1:17)
Nick Drake sings Pink Moon. (1:21)