Jenny: It almost got Lisa.
Lisa: No, it wanted Deputy Wargle first, it wants men like him most of all.
Jenny: What do you mean it wants men like him?
Lisa: Well, its the devil don't you think, come up from hell tonight? I think he wants to dance with us.
Copperfield: Just what is this thing?
Flyte: Chaos, chaos in the flesh.
Sheriff Bryce Hammond: All right, enough.
Sheriff Bryce Hammond: Enough! It's not a god, it's not a devil. It's just a fucking animal, and any living thing can be killed.
Timothy Flyte: But this thing is what wiped out the dinosaurs! Which were pretty tough fucking customers!
Hammond: If we keep our heads straight, we'll get out of here, I promise you.
Jenny: How can you be so sure?
[Hammond shows her a candy wrapper fortune that reads "Luck is on your side."]
General Copperfield: The first thing we'd like to know is what we're dealing with, biological, chemical, or other.
Sheriff Hammond: Well, I'm leaning towards other.
Deputy Wargle: Oh, you've got some guns, ladies, you wouldn't shoot an unarmed man would you?
[both women cock shotguns and point them at him]
Deputy Wargle: That's a dumb question.
Tunnel Boy: [holding vials of virus] You always had an urge to shoot little boys?
Sheriff Bryce Hammond: No. This time, I'm gonna miss.
Timothy Flyte: I used to believe that any theory, once published with supporting evidence, then became open to discussion and debate. But I've learned how envious, vindictive, and vicious the academic community can be. They're swine. Polite swine, but swine none the less. Convincing the world fairly to consider a new idea takes patience, perseverance, and a willingness to fight the good fight in any media forum one can find.