Jessica: Is it ever going to stop raining?
Logan: Not soon enough to help us, I'm afraid.
Rem: How are the solar reserves?
Logan: They're low - just a few minutes power left. We'll have to stop and wait for the sun.
Logan: You all right?
Jessica: I'm just cold, that's all.
Rem: You'd think whoever built human beings would take extremes in temperature into account.
Jessica: Logan, look at that house! I've never seen anything like it.
Logan: Just as long as it's dry inside.
Rem: And the people are friendly.
Gavin: Do you believe only in what is or do you also believe in what might be?
Logan: I believe in questioning what is... and then deciding.
Gavin: And you.
Rem: In my case I assure you that one and one always add up to two.
Jessica: I think I believe in what might be; that things aren't always what they seem. Our lives changed because we believed in what might be. We ran from something that was to something that might be.
Logan: All those years back in the City of Domes, I never cared about anyone... and now it's like we've always been together. That's a funny feeling - to worry about someone other than myself.
Jessica: I guess those feelings are hard to put into words.
Logan: Especially if you can't find the right words.
Jessica: What words are you looking for?
Logan: Caring... needing... wanting to be with someone...
Jessica: That's good enough.
Logan: What do you think is happening?
Rem: I've haven't a clue. My abilities are limited to logic and deduction, I'm afraid - neither of which are applicable here.
Gavin: We offer you eternal peace, Jessica. It's better than life - it has no ending.
Jessica: No. You offer death, nothing more!
Gavin: No, not death, but a life between. No pain, no sorrow - just a calm, serene eternity of beauty.
Logan: It's over, Jessica. They're gone now.
Rem: Back to whatever peace they can find with their Prince of Darkness... which is mighty little I would suspect.
Jessica: I still don't understand any of it.
Rem: It all goes back to the time before the holocaust when people believed blindly in the concept of God and the Devil - one promising ultimate good and the other ultimate evil.
Jessica: Why would anyone choose evil?
Rem: Oh, evil often comes in the most attractive package. The trick is to recognize that and never open the package.
Jessica: It isn't easy being human is it?
Logan: Considering the alternatives, I'll settle for what I am.
Rem: I'd like to remind you, my dear Logan, that I'm one of the alternatives... but since we can't all be androids, I guess we'll have to put up with what we are.