Declan Dunn: You don't think it could have anything to do with the books flying off the shelves, do you? Or the furniture moving around by itself?
Peggy Fowler: We didn't actually see the furniture move. And the books flying off the shelves could be the result of an overactive imagination.
Declan Dunn: Peggy, the refrigerator was upside down!
Declan Dunn: One of them was this cat in Jamaica. He claimed he was possessed, so I flew down there to check it out. But this local priest performed an exorcism on him. I was there for it. In the middle of this exorcism, the guy starts lifting off the bed, Peggy. He levitated and I saw it! I was there! My own eyes!
Peggy Fowler: Jamaica?
Declan Dunn: Yeah.
Peggy Fowler: [sarcastically] Hah!
Declan Dunn: What? You think I was smoking the left-handed cigarette? No! No! I wasn't! Absolutely not!
Declan Dunn: [playing with one of Miranda's instruments] Anything that moves, shoot it!
Declan Dunn: [correcting himself] Anything that moves by itself, shoot it on video.
Miranda: Ahem, Declan?
Declan Dunn: Yeah?
Miranda: [annoyed] Stop playing. It's not a toy.
Declan Dunn: [still playing with Miranda's instrument] Okay.
Miranda: [losing her patience] Stop playing with my techs!
Peggy Fowler: You may have partially convinced me there is a higher power at work in the world, but I refuse to believe there is an evil force doing bad work.
Declan Dunn: What are you talking about? You don't believe in Hell? Is that what you are saying?
Peggy Fowler: No.
Declan Dunn: What? No-no come on! You can't have the good without the bad; the Ying/Yang, no free will.
[being kicked out of her office]
Peggy Fowler: If you want Hell, read the morning newspaper.