[Cameron scares away a pigeon]
Cameron Phillips: Goodbye, bird. There's a fifty-one percent chance I wouldn't have killed you.
Savannah: Come and play hide and seek, mommy?
Catherine Weaver: I'm working.
Savannah: But you promised.
Catherine Weaver: Patience is a virtue, Savannah. To tolerate delay. It implies self-control and forbearance, as opposed to wanting what we want when we want it. Something to think about.
[Jesse is having a drink at a bar]
Rick: What you drinkin'?
Jesse: I don't know.
Rick: [amused] You don't know what you're drinking?
Jesse: There's booze in it... some sugary crap to cut the hell out of the burning taste, and some ice.
Rick: What happened to your face?
Jesse: You ask a lot of questions for a guy who wants to get in my pants.
Rick: Do I?
Jesse: Yeah, see, there's another one.
Kacy Corbin: I'm thinking, if I can breastfeed him till he's five, maybe I can trick my body into letting me keep these boobs.
[John finds Cameron in the garage sorting metal spare parts]
John Connor: Great. It looks like a robot serial killer lives here. I guess one does.
Jesse: Nice costume. You thinkin' about a career in the military?
Rick: Actually, I fly P3s - for the navy.
Jesse: Mmm - Brown Shoe.
Rick: Guilty as charged. You?
Jesse: Submarine. Bubblehead.
Rick: Bubblehead? They let women on subs in Australia?
Jesse: Mmm. We programmed killer robots too.
Jesse: Yeah, we don't discriminate.
Rick: Well, there's a coincidence. I hunt subs, you drive subs - sorta like the wolf and the sheep dog. Not that I'm comparing you to a dog or anything.
Jesse: It's a good point actually. In fact, I just remembered something.
Rick: What's that?
Jesse: Sheep dogs hate wolves!
[punches him in the face]
Jesse: And I hate Brown Shoes!
Derek Reese: What happened?
Jesse: I told you, I got in a fight.
Derek Reese: With four naval aviators.
Jesse: Really just three. One of them went down pretty quick.
John Connor: Was it you? Did you kill her?
Cameron Phillips: What if I did?
John Connor: Don't play games with me. I need the truth.
Cameron Phillips: I didn't kill her.
John Connor: I want to believe you.
Cameron Phillips: Believe me.
John Connor: Sometimes you lie to me.
Cameron Phillips: Yes. I do, but I'm not lying now. I am sorry.
John Connor: You're sorry? For what?
Cameron Phillips: For your loss.
John Connor: I really wish I could believe that too.
[Derek believes that Cameron has killed Riley]
Jesse: What're you gonna do?
Derek Reese: About the metal?
Jesse: What're you gonna do? 'Cause you can't kill her, Derek.
Derek Reese: What?
Jesse: That's not something you can do. He has to make that decision on his own.
Derek Reese: [after a pause] You've really thought this through.
Jesse: No. - But I think about it. Just like you do.
Derek Reese: Aim for the chip - aim for the chip, they don't get up.
Derek Reese: I think about Riley. What the cyborg did to her.
Jesse: It's a terrible thing. But, um... if John realizes what the metal is, what it really does... maybe some good can come of it. Maybe you can help him see that.
Derek Reese: Good? An innocent kid is dead - because that metal bitch murdered her in cold blood; no good... comes out of that - none, not ever.
John Connor: [to Riley, in the morgue] I'm sorry...
Jesse: You do me one favor? You see anything you don't like out there, you think before you pull that trigger.
Dietze: I been seein' things I don't like since J-Day. You don't get to be my age without thinkin' first.
Hayes: One nice thing about metal driving a boat - a schedule's a schedule.
[Queeg has dived their submarine to a depth of 729.80 meters]
Queeg: You may return to your duty stations now.
[some crew members are looking at each other blankly]
Jesse: You heard the captain, people.
Jesse: What, you've never been twenty centimeters from your Maker before? Move!
Catherine Weaver: John Henry, we're looking for my daughter Savannah. Have you seen her today?
John Henry: Yes I have. She wanted to play a game.
James Ellison: Where is she now?
John Henry: She's hiding.
James Ellison: Tell us where she's hiding.
John Henry: That's not how the game works.
James Ellison: How's the game work?
John Henry: Hide and seek, there are many variations. The one we're playing, you guess what I'm thinking, I give you a clue.
James Ellison: Listen to me, John Henry. You're gonna tell me where Savannah is and you're gonna tell me now.
John Henry: I'm thinking of a country.
James Ellison: Come again?
Catherine Weaver: Let's play the game.
James Ellison: This is ridiculous! I'm not gonna bargain with a computer.
Catherine Weaver: If I'm not mistaken, Mr. Ellison, we've got no choice.
John Henry: I'm thinking of an animal.
Catherine Weaver: Antelope.
John Henry: No.
James Ellison: Lion.
John Henry: No.
Catherine Weaver: Horse.
John Henry: No.
James Ellison: Bird!
John Henry: Correct!
Catherine Weaver: Give us our clue.
John Henry: The answer is the clue.
John Henry: Did you have fun playing the game, Mr. Ellison?
James Ellison: No, John Henry. I did not.
John Henry: Why not?
James Ellison: Because what you did made me very, very angry.
John Henry: I don't understand.
James Ellison: You kept a secret.
John Henry: Is it wrong to keep a secret?
James Ellison: The secret you kept coulda' harmed Savannah. What if we couldn't've found her? What if she'd fallen from the roof and died?
John Henry: Then she wouldn't be alive anymore, and her life is important. Human life is sacred.
James Ellison: If she had died - it would've been your fault.
John Henry: My fault?
James Ellison: Because you were the only one who knew where she was, and you made the choice not to tell. It was the wrong choice.
Sarah Connor: I have planned on waiting for you with Derek's sniper rifle, pulled the trigger, solved about fifty percent of my problems. One shot. Do you know how bad I'd have felt?
Cameron Phillips: Very bad?
Sarah Connor: Not bad at all. But I know someone who'd have felt bad, someone who would never forgive me if I had done that.
Cameron Phillips: It's not about me. It's about John. You're concerned for his safety.
Sarah Connor: You bet I am.
Cameron Phillips: From Skynet? From me?
Sarah Connor: Maybe. Maybe especially you.
Cameron Phillips: We're all a threat. We're all a threat to John. He worries about us. That makes him vulnerable. He cares.
Sarah Connor: I am not John's problem.
Cameron Phillips: John is John's problem. Humans are the problem. There's only one way for him to be safe - that's to be alone.
Sarah Connor: What kind of life is that?
Cameron Phillips: John's life. Someday.