Martin's speech to his Swiss Air interviewers in "Yverdon-Les-Bains", after he learns that the whole interview is a sham and they never even considered hiring him:
Martin: You wanna hear [a flaw] you've never heard before? I'll tell you one that I guarantee you have never heard before. [...] My biggest weakness as a pilot is that I'm not very good at flying aeroplanes. [...] I mean, I'm good enough. Like the sim said, I'm adequate. Adequate to the task. But I don't do it easily; it's not second-nature to me. On your scale from one to ten, if one is the bare minimum competence, I'm about a four. And I used to be a one. No, I—I used to be a zero. And then I took my CPL again ... and then again ... and then I was a one, and then a two, and then a three, and now a four. And I'm not finished yet. And that's why you should employ me. That's why you'd be lucky to employ me! Because if you're not naturally good, if you can't rely on just knowing how to do it like Doug—like some people can, then you have to, well, you have to be a perfectionist, actually. And I am one! And that's why, even when you've turned me down, I'm gonna keep on applying. Because flying is the perfect job, and I won't settle for a life where I don't get to do it!