Stuart Conway: What happened?
Sarah Tanner: You were dead. He shot you.
Stuart Conway: Again? Will you please stop shooting me.
Stuart Conway: A hundred years of frantic human invention have created an unseen network of connection between us. Streams of electrical energy, radio waves, microwaves, lightwaves, cellphones, PDAs, TV wireless networks, remotes, garage door openers, you name it. You've heard of he World Wide Web? Well you're the fly that just got stuck in it.
Stuart Conway: Life happens in four dimensions. Subtract time from the equation, and all you're left with is space. No motion, no change. Take away time and you change everything we know, everything we believe, everything we understand. Imagine a stopped clock. There would be no rush hour, no more rushing to get there, because you'd never be late. There would be no birth, death. No more broken hearts. Summer vacations would never end. You could never lose a job, your wife could never leave you. There would be no crime, no war. Nothing new of any kind. Nothing old. No will be, no want to be, no has been. Just one - long - uninterrupted - is.
Negotiator: Now you're wasting your time, and ours. So let's make a deal here and we can all go home.
Winston Briggs: Stupid bastard. All it does is rain in England, why would I want to go home to that?
Winston Briggs: It's like I've got a crystal ball.
Gillian: A pair of 'em.