Ed Whitaker: So how many people do you think you could just yank out of existence before the public starts asking questions?
Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey: Approximately 300.
Arthur Ramsey: I actually caught myself trying to pray last night, just in case.
Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey: Ramsey, you're an atheist.
Arthur Ramsey: I know. I mentioned that in my prayer.
Sean Cavennaugh: [after a gun fight] You all right?
Dr. Daphne Larson: I'd like to give my two weeks' notice.
Dr. Molly Anne Caffrey: So, they actually kill off their own to further their agenda.
Dr. Nigel Fenway: We do it all the time. You ever hear of a little place called Iraq?
Dr. Nigel Fenway: Hmm. Pretty and smart. I think we're gonna be... very happy we met.
Dr. Daphne Larson: Actually, we've already met.
Dr. Nigel Fenway: [laughs] I'm sure I'd remember.
Dr. Daphne Larson: I was ten years old. My mom was a - a student of yours.
Dr. Nigel Fenway: Really?
Dr. Daphne Larson: You hit on her, too.
Arthur Ramsey: Besides, I'm also a linguist. I'm fluent in over 200 dialects and their variations. When intelligent life wants to communicate with us, I'm the guy who translates the call.
Dr. Daphne Larson: Well, then you shouldn't have to work too hard. I mean, pretty much everyone they've taken over speaks English.
Farmers Market Vendor: So, what is it? You're taking a survey?
Arthur Ramsey: No, I'm determining the corresponding probability characteristics of a system of random variables. What about you?
Farmers Market Vendor: I sell cucumbers.
Dr. Nigel Fenway: [on the phone] If he pushes you, just push him back. I don't care what the teacher says. If you get in trouble, just have the school call me. What will I do? Well, I'll... I'll
Dr. Nigel Fenway: march over there and push your teacher, how about that?