Warren Meers: [looking at vault schematics] Ah. There's the vault.
Andrew Wells: I still say we're gonna need eight other guys to pull this off.
Warren Meers: I never should have let you see that movie.
Spike: Oh, balls! You didn't say it was a Glarghk Guhl Kashmas'nik.
Xander Harris: 'Cause I can't say Glarba...
Xander Harris: I don't know how stuff got so mixed up. I blew it.
Buffy Summers: No! Well, maybe it wasn't the best time to break up with her, but...
Xander Harris: No. It wasn't about breaking up. I love her and God, I miss her so much.
Willow Rosenberg: So you left her at the altar, but you still wanna...
Buffy Summers: You still wanna date?
Xander Harris: I guess. I know that I'm a better person with her in my life. But things got so complicated with the wedding, with my family, and with her demons, and what if it all goes to Hell, and... and for ever? But then I left. And ever since... I've had this painful hole inside. And I'm the idiot who dug it out. I screwed up real bad.
Buffy Summers: Hey. We all screw up.
Joyce Summers: I know you're afraid. I know the world feels like a hard place, sometimes. But you've got people who love you. Your dad and I, we have all the faith in the world in you. We'll always be with you. You have got a world of strength in your heart. I know you do. You just have to find it again. Believe in yourself.
Jonathan Levinson: [about being stuck in the basement] I mean, I'm going Jack Torrance in here, ya know? Stuck in this basement for weeks. We rented the whole house. Can't we at least sleep upstairs?
Andrew Wells: We're on the lam. We have to lay low. Underground.
Jonathan Levinson: That's figurative doofus! Did you even read Legion of Doom?
Warren Meers: Okay, enough!
Warren Meers: Midgetor, get back to the monitors.
Doctor: A magical key. Buffy inserted Dawn into her delusion, actually rewriting the entire history of it to accommodate a need for a familial bond.
Doctor: Buffy, but that created inconsistencies, didn't it? Your sister, your friends - all of those people you created in Sunnydale - they aren't as comforting as they once were, are they? They're coming apart.
Joyce Summers: Buffy, listen to what the doctor's saying. It's important.
Doctor: Buffy, you used to create these grand villains to battle against, and now what is it? Just ordinary students you went to high school with. No gods or monsters, just three pathetic little men... who like playing with toys.