Sarah Manning: There's a reason we look exactly the same, Art. Why the prints match and the DNA's all screwed up. But you have to promise to protect me and my daughter.
Felix Dawkins: You know, if Sarah were here, she'd kick your willowy ass.
Rachel Duncan: My name is Rachel Duncan and we are going to come to terms. The agreement defines mutual disclosure and formalizes contact with what I call "Top Side".
Sarah Manning: "Top Side"? So is this the part where 20 more of you robot bitches walk in for effect?
Rachel Duncan: You're not an orphan anymore, Sarah. We found you and my role is to transition you to self-awareness.
Sarah Manning: A clone fixer. Brilliant.
Alison Hendrix: They're offering us security, a truce.
Sarah Manning: Rachel didn't feel like a truce. She felt like a gun to the head.
Cosima Niehaus: Okay, here's the synthetic sequence. And this is the differentiated portion.
Delphine Cormier: Yes, this is an encrypted I. D. tag. It's how they tell you apart.
Cosima Niehaus: Okay. But how to decode it? I have four nucleotides to work with G, C, T, and A; and no idea how they're encrypted. I mean, there's thousands of permutations and we're running out of time.
Delphine Cormier: Yes, but I know your tag number.
Cosima Niehaus: You do?
Delphine Cormier: Yes, I saw it many times. It's numeric, so, if we know how that translates, then we can figure out the rest.
Cosima Niehaus: Okay. What is it?
Delphine Cormier: It's 324b21.
Delphine Cormier: 324b21?
Delphine Cormier: Right. I'm 324b21.
Paul Dierden: You asked me what happened in Afghanistan. I was a private contractor. I killed six marines. Friendly fire. They covered it up. That's what they have on me. If you were born outside their control, what do they really have on you?
Alison Hendrix: Who is Rachel? Can someone tell me? So she doesn't just show up at my door and I have no idea who she is.
Sarah Manning: Amelia said she heard her doctors, back in the day, discussing a child raised by neolution.
Felix Dawkins: She's a proclone? God, you three are weird enough.
Vic: [At and A.A meeting] I guess my turning point was when the love of my life; let's just call her "Sarah". Sarah broke up with me by faking her own death, initiating events which began with the loss of my finger, led to various other humiliations, and, ultimately, to the business end of a nail gun.That's when I just said to myself "I need help". I need help. So, like I said before, my name's Victor. I'm an addict, maybe, you know, so Peace out.
Helena: Sestra. You're my twin sister.
Sarah Manning: I don't want to be your sister, meathead. Look, I just want you to know you're not the original. Got it? You were born of science, not of some immaculate womb, or whatever bullshit Tomas fed you.
Detective Angela DeAngelis: You purposely misidentified the body of a police officer.
Felix Dawkins: It was a terrible case of mistaken identity.
Detective Angela DeAngelis: You know it's fraud by false representation. That's 2 to 5, with your priors.
Felix Dawkins: I thought it was my sister. You know, Angela Deangelis, I'm actually quite a fan.
Felix Dawkins: But you really need to get laid.
Detective Angela DeAngelis: Yeah, tell me about it. But all I seem to meet are gay men. So, public defender, then, is it? We'll get you a real shitty one.
Alison Hendrix: You're moving.
Aynsley Norris: Yes. Chad got his own place with the dog and I got a very handsome offer on the house. It's the perfect opportunity to get the kids out of this toxic environment.
Alison Hendrix: Mm, that's priceless.
Aynsley Norris: Goodbye, Alison. I'm packing.
[Goes inside, Alison follows]
Aynsley Norris: Oh, Alison, get out!
Alison Hendrix: Admit it!
Aynsley Norris: Admit what? That I organized your intervention? My bad. Sorry I care.
Alison Hendrix: Dr. Leekie came to see me.
Aynsley Norris: Who? Cray-cray! If it's professional help, I'm all for it.
Sarah Manning: Ready?
Amelia: Yes. I carried you both. I need to see her.
Mrs. S: I don't think that nine months of gestation entitles her to risk us all.
Sarah Manning: Hey, look, Helena's my twin sister. She has a right to know.
Mrs. S: Because you shared a womb? Helena. Is. Dangerous.
Vic: Isn't this place off- limits to you guys? You know, sacred ground or something?
Detective Angela DeAngelis: Not if you got an outstanding warrant for selling stolen meat?
Vic: No, smoked pork. I didn't know it was stolen.
Detective Art Bell: You know, that's lame.
Amelia: That poor child, Helena. How can two fates be so different? You two are like night and day.
Cosima Niehaus: Okay, think. We're molecular- encoding, from 30 years ago.
Delphine Cormier: Yes, but we're looking at it from now.
Cosima Niehaus: Of course. They weren't coding nucleotides.
Delphine Cormier: It was whole base pairs?
Cosima Niehaus: Not four letters, but two, AT and GC.
Delphine Cormier: Ones and zeros.
Cosima Niehaus: Binary. They were coding in ASCII!
Sarah Manning: You killed someone I've been dreaming about my whole life.
Helena: She separated us. She tore us apart. But, now, we're together.
Sarah Manning: No, we're not. You're nothing to me, just some crazy bitch wearing my t-shirt.
Helena: "London Calling".
Sarah Manning: Scientists made one little baby and then we split in two. So I cannot kill you, sister. Like you could not kill me.
[Sarah pulls a gun]
Sarah Manning: Sarah. We make a family, yes?
Sarah Manning: I've already got a family.
Cosima Niehaus: Sarah, you can't make a deal.
Sarah Manning: Why not?
Cosima Niehaus: Any freedom they promise is bullshit. They're liars. That synthetic sequence, the barcode I told you about? It's a patent.
Sarah Manning: A patent?
Cosima Niehaus: We're property. Our bodies, our biology, everything we are, everything we become, belongs to them. Sarah, they could claim Kira.