smoke: enter rashid

Paul is getting up from the sidewalk. A young black man who has just saved Paul's life is standing over him.
Rashid: out. That truck could hit you. You'll yourself killed like that.
Paul: I can't believe I did that. It's like I'm walking around in a fog. If you hadn't pulled me back, I would be dead now.
Rashid: That's all right. The important thing is you didn't get killed. You're alive. Well, I have to go now.
Paul: No, wait. You can't just off. You have saved my life. I you something.
Rashid: Don't worry about that. I just to be there. In the right place at the right time. No big deal.
Paul: Yes it is. It's a law of the universe. If I let you walk away, horrible things are going to happen all over the world. You have to let me do something for you to things in balance.
Rashid: Well, if I think of something, I'll send my assistant over to tell you.
Paul: Come on. At let me buy you a cup of coffee.
Rashid: I don't drink coffee. On the other hand, since you , if you offered me a cold lemonade. I wouldn't say no.

Later, at a Greek diner. Rashid keeps drinking lemonade but refuses to order anything to eat.
Paul: Are you sure you don't want some food to go with it? It might help you feel less hungry.
Rashid: That's okay. I've already had lunch.
Paul: You must eat lunch pretty early. It's only eleven o'clock.
Rashid: I mean breakfast.
Paul: Sure, and I bet you had lobster last night. with two bottles of champagne. Look, kid, it's okay with me. You don't have to things up. If you want a hamburger or something, go and order it.
Waitress: You want another lemonade?
Paul: Yeah, give him another one. And I'll take a cup of iced coffee you're at it. You only live once, right?
Waitress: If you're lucky. Then again, it on what you call living.