Jenny Lewis: Let me help. I want to do something.
Nick Cutter: Okay. I want you to go and bully a few traumatized bystanders, and then I want you to come up with some spin to just smooth all this away.
Jenny Lewis: You don't approve of me, do you?
Nick Cutter: No, I used to think you were really something, but you're not that person.
Jenny Lewis: Am I supposed to understand that?
Nick Cutter: No, I guess not.
James Lester: Ms. Lewis has been appointed to a senior position on the team. That means she answers to me, and you lot answer to her.
Stephen Hart: I didn't think we answered to anybody.
James Lester: [Rolls eyes] Scientists.
James Lester: Meet professor Nick Cutter, a fascinating study in the tipping point between inspiration and lunacy.
Connor Temple: Come on, Professor. You can't go flaky on us now. I mean, it's nearly 12 o clock, and we're probably going to have to save the world again before bedtime.
Jenny Lewis: Dinosaurs! Oh, come on! What's this about really?
James Lester: One thing I can promise you Jenny. This job's quite unlike anything you've done before.
Jenny Lewis: Oh. I doubt it. When you've been in PR as long as I have, nothing much can surprise you any more.
Nick Cutter: Every time an anomaly opens it gives off a burst of radio interference. Now, we didn't spot it before because we weren't looking for it.
James Lester: And you can build a machine that detects this interference?
Nick Cutter: Yes. It's the same as tracking down a pirate radio station, and then we can also develop a hand-held detector to work within short distances.
Oliver Leek: And we'll be able to spot the anomalies as soon as they open?
Nick Cutter: Well, yes, that's the idea.
James Lester: Would it be expensive?
Nick Cutter: Only if we do it properly.
Jenny Lewis: Can you stop doing that, please
Nick Cutter: Doing what?
Jenny Lewis: Staring at me.
Nick Cutter: I'm not allowed to look at you?
Jenny Lewis: Not like that.
Nick Cutter: Like what?
Jenny Lewis: Like you know me.
Nick Cutter: See, I feel like I do know you.
Jenny Lewis: You don't, because if you did I'd be aware of it, wouldn't I?
Nick Cutter: Not necessarily.
Jenny Lewis: Lester told me you were odd.
Connor Temple: None of this stuff is any use.
Oliver Leek: This is the latest in high-tech weaponry. There's equipment here that'd make James Bond cry with envy.
Connor Temple: I understand that, but we need something that's gonna clear fog.
Nick Cutter: You two just took your time.
Connor Temple: Ever been to a garden centre on Friday afternoon?
Abby Maitland: It's a mad house.
Jenny Lewis: I'm impressed. After everything's Steven's done you're still willing to risk your life for him.
Nick Cutter: Meaning what?
Jenny Lewis: Lester asked me to assess everything that might interfere with the team's efficiency. I thought Steven's affair with Helen would've come into that category.
Nick Cutter: So, he's sent you here to spy on us?
Jenny Lewis: I prefer to call it "management appraisal".
Nick Cutter: You think I should leave him up there to die because of what happened with him and Helen?
Jenny Lewis: Some people would.
Nick Cutter: I'm not one of them.
Jenny Lewis: The most sensible thing would be to let Steven fend for himself.
Nick Cutter: Yeah. Yeah. You're right. Now, are you coming? Are you gonna stay down here, and be sensible?
Stephen Hart: Do you ever wonder if what we're doing is right? Maybe the anomalies have a purpose. Maybe we should stop fighting, and face them.
Nick Cutter: What, just stand back and do nothing?
Stephen Hart: People should know what's happening. Cos we're gonna need to prepare for whatever comes next.
Nick Cutter: Yeah, but how do you prepare for a world where evolution is going mad? We have to fight to try and maintain some kind of natural order.
Stephen Hart: Does anybody really know what the natural order is anymore?
Connor Temple: [Looking for a movie to watch] No, no, no, no
Abby Maitland: I think you'll find it's my choice tonight, Connor.
Connor Temple: What are you talking about? You chose last week.
Abby Maitland: Do you really think I would have chosen the Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
Helen Cutter: You know, I'm sorry about what happened. I was angry. I didn't mean to hurt you.
Stephen Hart: But you did. You hurt everyone. You always do.