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: When was the last time we did something together as a family? Daphne Powell
: Last month. You forced us to play charades, and then you pulled out your back miming some scene from "Iron Man." Jim Powell
: That was an old sports injury I re-aggravated.
: Who are you texting now? Daphne Powell
: Mom, we're gonna die and I haven't even done it yet!
: [as their plane goes down
] Listen, listen! We're gonna be all right, I promise. Have I ever lied to you before?
] Jim Powell
: About anything this important? Daphne Powell
: Daphne, you're back. Daphne Powell
: Yeah, just in time, too, apparently. Lindsay
: Yeah, I'm really glad that you survived the accident. Those memorial assemblies are super depressing. Daphne Powell
: I know. I remember the one we had for your virginity. What was it, like, two years ago.
: Oh, J.J., how could a super-genius be so epically stupid?
: This modernist art crap - how did YOU learn it all? Jim Powell
: Well, it helped not to think of it as "crap," for one thing.
: This is extortion. Daphne Powell
: See? I KNEW you were a genius.
: [about Katie
] She's lonely. Daphne Powell
: She must be if she's spending her free time with you.
: I've got bigger fish not to fry. Daphne Powell
: Clearly your giant brain hasn't changed your ability to make bad puns.
: I'm not gonna help you lie just so some guy will like you. Daphne Powell
: But I told him I spoke Japanese. What am I supposed to do? J.J. Powell
: I don't know, but you lied your way in. Now lie your way out.
: What a waste of your powers. You're manipulating some guy into liking you, and it's not even you you're getting him to like. Daphne Powell
: Quit judging me. You've done way worse. J.J. Powell
: Maybe so, but who knows how long these powers are gonna last. And if they were to somehow end today, you have to ask yourself - did you do the best you could with them while you had the chance?
: So, how about before our cram session tonight we go out for some sushi? It would be nice to go with someone who appreciates it. Someone who, when I say "arigato gozaimasu," doesn't say "God bless you." Daphne Powell
: Exactly. Bret Martin
: You speak Japanese? Daphne Powell
: [nervously lying
] Speak it? I'm practically fluent. Bret Martin
] You just keep getting cooler.
: [pointing gun at Daphne
] I'm running out of patience, J.J. J.J. Powell
: I told you everything I know! I swear! Helen Burton
: And somehow I still don't believe you. Daphne Powell
: J.J., please! J.J. Powell
: I'm sorry. I... I just can't think, okay? Stress overstimulates the hippocampus. My glucocorticoid receptors haven't been this saturated since... since the plane crash. Oh, my God. Look, I know why our powers are permanent. Please, just let my family go and I'll tell you everything you wanna know. I promise. Helen Burton
: J.J., I will. I will let them all go. J.J. Powell
: Okay, you've been mixing the trilsettum with epinephrine - synthetic adrenaline - but what you needed was real adrenaline. Now, the serum wasn't wrong, the circumstances were. Look, in moments of extreme stress, like life and death, like a plane crash, the receptors in the hippo campus are wide open, and the trilsettum can be absorbed enough for its effects to become permanent. So please... Helen Burton
: Thank you, J.J. You have been most helpful.
[hands gun over to guard
] Helen Burton
: Give me ten seconds, then put a bullet in each of them.
[Power goes out
] Daphne Powell
: Mm. No Internet or TV tonight. J.J. Powell
: Mm. God forbid you should pick up a book.
: We need to compile a list. There were twenty-six guests at the party. Any one of them could have taken the serum. Daphne Powell
: I think it was Professor Plum with the lead pipe in the library.
: You know, sometimes I wish you'd been given super hearing instead of super strength, then maybe you'd actually listen to me every once in a while.
: [after Stephanie suddenly changes her mind in Daphne's favor
] That is so unfair. She never changes her mind when I beg. You must be like... The Mom Whisperer or something. Daphne Powell
: Mm. Benefits of being the favorite child. J.J. Powell
: Well, you'd be the favorite sister if you can convince Natalie to change her mind about dating me.
: If this locket is actually her mom's, it's a clue, a clue the police never had, and if I can figure this out, she can finally move on with her life and have some closure. Daphne Powell
: And then fall into the arms of her nerd in shining armor.
: Just a reminder, you're gonna have to keep your powers under wraps when Mrs. Kornbluth comes to stay tomorrow. Daphne Powell
: Wait, WHAT? J.J. Powell
: Mrs. Kornbluth? Stephanie Powell
: What else did you think was gonna happen when your father and I go stay overnight at a hotel to celebrate our anniversary? Daphne Powell
: Mom, Mrs. Kornbluth is 86. We practically have to take care of HER. We can stay alone for one night. I'm old enough to supervise. Stephanie Powell
: Daphne, you're only 16. Daphne Powell
: I can operate a motor vehicle; I am perfectly capable of operating a JJ.
: We are SO dead.
: What kind of male-binding experience am I being excluded from THIS time. Jim Powell
: JJ and I are going camping - a little reward for his terrific grades. Daphne Powell
: So, the reward is spending Friday night with Dad in a tent? Remind me to flunk my midterms.
: You wanna know something crazy... about football? Daphne Powell
: [humoring him
] Sure. J.J. Powell
: It's all math. Daphne Powell
: Yeah, tell that to the guy whose neck I can't see past in health class. J.J. Powell
: What is a football? It's a prolate spheroid, which means a simple vector analysis can be applied to formulate its predictive trajectory. Daphne Powell
: Um... J.J. Powell
: Now, I know what you're probably thinking - "Big whoop, JJ, this is nothing more than graduate-level Newtonian mechanics, which is basically just a derivation of the laws of Kepler" - but I'm telling you an ordinary differential equation supports this!
[in the school lunch court
] Chris Minor
: Uhhh... listen, we need to talk. Daphne Powell
: You do realize that saying "we need to talk" to your girlfriend has ominous connotations? Chris Minor
: Look, it's not about me and you, it's about you and your family. Daphne Powell
: My family? Chris Minor
: This may sound nuts, but I think your family has... abilities. Daphne Powell
: [using "the push" to push her thoughts into his head
] No, we're just a normal, boring family, so how about we stop talking about this and go get something to eat? Chris Minor
: You know what? I've got a good idea. Let''s, uh, stop talking about this, go get something to eat. Daphne Powell
: Good plan.
[scene change: walking down the sidewalk
] Chris Minor
: Look, Daphne, I need to say something about you and your family. I know this may sound crazy, but I think your family has... abilities. Daphne Powell
: No, we don't. We're just a normal family. Daphne Powell
: [using "the push"
] Why don't we go hang out at the mall? Chris Minor
: You know, I was thinking, we should go hang out at the mall. Daphne Powell
: Love that idea.
[scene change: at home watching TV
] Chris Minor
: Hey, Daph? Daphne Powell
: Yes? Chris Minor
: This may sound crazy, but I think your family has... Daphne Powell
: I thought having these powers was cool, 'cause I was finally good at stuff, but the problem is I'm REALLY good at stuff. Daphne Powell
] Wow. Sounds awful.
: [Jim just turned off the tv the kids were watching
] Hey! J.J. Powell
: Turn that back on! Jim Powell
: Quiet. We are going to spend some time together as a family. Your mother spent a lot of time planning this school fair, so let's go. Daphne Powell
: No thanks. J.J. Powell
: I'm okay. Stephanie Powell
: If we want the world to view us as a normal family, we are going to have to act like one. Jim Powell
: Trust me, we are going to have the time of our lives. J.J. Powell
: You said that before. Right before our plane crashed.
: I'm not gonna use my powers to hook you up like a plot from one of Mom and Dad's old John Hughes movies.
: I seem to be able to travel into the future now. Daphne Powell
: Okay, now you're trying to alarm us, right? Stephanie Powell
: It seems that because of the Trilsettum injection, I'm now able to... J.J. Powell
: ...achieve faster-than-light speed and travel based on simultaneity in special relativity. Stephanie Powell
: Yeah, pretty much.
: JJ, I think Chris is covering for his younger brother. Now, if Drew IS popping pills, they're probably in his locker. J.J. Powell
: So you want me to violate his civil liberties with an illegal search and seizure? Is that the kind of government you run here?