Francis: You fall in love with your partner... who betrays you... and your country? He dies in your arms. Then he shows up in your kitchen And you're wondering if that's grounds to rescue yourself. Dunham: Yeah, okay, well, we can start with that. Francis: I say no. You're the one that exposed him. Bare minimum, That makes you indispensable. You want my advice? Next time John shows up for a nightcap... give him one. Dunham: I'm being serious. Francis: So am I. You think a few weeks pass and everything you went through just goes away? Don't fight it. Don't beat yourself up. You're good at that. That's a character flaw. It'll get easier.
Broyles: I only bring it up because if Dr. Bishop is right, and there is a person with these extraordinary capabilities, it might very well be that someone made him this way. Dunham: I'd like to read the files on Dr. Fischer. Bryoles: I'll have them transferred to your terminal. But it's not easy stuff to look at.
Scott: Hey, Liv. It's okay. It's okay. It's just me. I know this doesn't make any sense to you. Even if it did, I know you don't have any reason to trust me. But that's what I'm asking you to do. We don't have much time. I'm here to help. Dunham: You tried to kill me. Scott: No, Liv. I loved you. You know that. You know I loved you. I did. Always. I can prove it to you. But not here. It's... it's just not the way it works. You're on the right track. I'm here to tell you that. You're looking for a person, But Jacob Fischer is after him also. you need to get to him first, before Fischer can use him. Dunham: Use him for what? Use him for what? How do you know that? Scott: I will prove it, Liv. That I love you. Always. But not just yet. You're just gonna have to wait.
Dunham: Mr. Meegar. Meegar: Miss, no one will tell me where I'm going. Dunham: To the hospital. They're going to perform some exams. Check to see that your head's okay. And then I'm gonna have some questions for you. Meegar: I want to go home. I didn't want to hurt anybody. Dunham: We're going to help you. Meegar: That's what they said. Please... I want to go home. Dunham: I'm afraid we can't let you do that.
Walter: Thank you, my dear. Farnsworth: What's my name? Walter: Starts with "a." Yes? Farnsworth: Astrid. Walter: I knew it.
Walter: Well, I don't yet know you well enough to ask this, but, uh... you haven't seemed yourself lately. Dunham: I haven't been sleeping very well. I've been... nothing. See you tomorrow.
Walter: You've been seeing him. Your friend. John Scott. I'm not surprised. There is a reason. Dunham: I've been having hallucinations. Walter: No. Not hallucinations. Dunham: Walter. What's happening? Walter: I can't be sure. The brain is a mystery. But I believe when you were in the tank, John Scott... that part of his consciousness crossed over into yours. And it's still there. His memories. Experiences, thoughts. You understand me, yes? Dunham: These aren't memories. He appears right in front of me. He talks to me. Walter: Yes, he would. Like a waking dream. Because he doesn't belong there. There's only room for one voice in your head, not two. This is your brain's way of working it out. Your mind is expelling him. Exorcising his thoughts. Dunham: He'll go away. Is that what you're saying? Walter: I don't know. Do you really want him to?