Edwards comes to MiB headquarters to take a test and find out if he is ready to join MiB.
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Guard: Help you?
Edwards: Yeah. This dude gave me this card.
Zed: You're late. Sit down.
Zed: My name is Zed. You're all here because you're the best of the best. Marines, Air force, Navy SEALS, Army Rangers, NYPD. And we're looking for one of you. Just one. What will follow is a series of simple tests of motor skills, concentration, stamina. I see we have a question.
Edwards: Uh yeah. I’m sorry. Maybe you already answered this, but why exactly are we here?
Recruit: Second Lieutenant Jake Jensen, West Point, graduate with honors. We're here because you're looking for the best of the best of the best, sir!
Zed: What's so funny, Edwards?
Edwards: Your boy, Captain America, over here. "The best of the best of the best, sir!" "With honors." He's just really excited, and he has no clue why we're here. That's just that’s very funny to me. Y'all ain't laughing, though.
Zed: Okay. Let's get going.
Edwards: Want to get down on this?
Zed: Edwards, what the hell happened?
Edwards: I hesitated.
Zed: May I ask why you felt little Tiffany deserved to die?
Edwards: Well she was the only one that actually seemed dangerous at the time, sir.
Zed: How did you come to that conclusion?
Edwards: First, I was going to pop this guy hanging from the streetlight, and then I realized, you know, he's just working out.
Edwards: Then I saw this snarling beast guy, and I noticed he had a tissue in his hand and realized he's not snarling, he's sneezing. You know, ain't no real threat there.
Edwards: Then I saw little Tiffany. I'm thinking, you know, eight-year-old white girl, middle of the ghetto, bunch of monsters, this time of night with quantum physics books. She’s about to start some shit, Zed. She's about eight years old. Those books are way too advanced for her. If you ask me, I say she's up to something. And to be honest, I'd appreciate it if you eased up off my back about it. Or, do I owe her an apology?
Zed: He's got a real problem with authority.
Kay: So do I. But this kid ran down a cephlapoid. On foot, boss. That's got to be tough enough.
Zed: Let’s hope you know what you're doing.
Zed: Gentleman, congratulations. You're everything we've come to expect from years of government training. And now, if you'll just follow me, we have one more test to administer, an eye exam.