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Dr. Claire Saunders
Echo: What did you do?
Topher: Her left arm may be dead, but she's got a terrific right cross, if anyone asks. Actually, if anyone asks, don't say I got beat up by a one-armed girl.
Echo: What did you do to him?
Topher: Him? Him who?
Topher: I gave him his life back.
Echo: You made him a doll.
Topher: I had to reconstruct his neural landscape based on the brain scans Alpha made when he damaged it. But he's still Paul, same taciturn, self-regarding guy.
Echo: No, he's not the same. He's different.
Topher: Half of his brain tissue was scarred. I had to do major rewiring, which required healthy brain tissue. There were two pieces of real estate big enough for the job the motor cortex or the cingulate gyrus. So either he could live his life trapped in a paralyzed body, or I could take away something else.
Echo: Me, wasn't it?
Topher: Not his memories of you. He's still got those.
Echo: Our connection.
Topher: I think so. The freshest, brightest paths. Those are the ones I needed. I think that was you.
Caroline: Why are you so nervous? Whose office is it anyway?
Gabe: It's nobody's.
Caroline: Look, nobody's got a bar!
Gabe: Come on, you want to get me fired?
Caroline: No. I want to get you fired up.
Gabe: Oh, God, you're... you're a thief? I let a thief into the building?
Caroline: Relax, I'm not a thief. I'm a terrorist.
Gabe: Oh, I am so screwed.
Echo: We need to know what she knows. Clyde said there was one person who had seen his partner face-to-face, and that was Caroline.
Boyd: She can I.D. the man in charge.
Echo: Or the woman.
Topher: Or hermaphrodite. Say, can we get back to the part where the chair-less imprinting tech that I designed, which you handed over to Harding in order to get the swank office back--how that leads to the apocalypse? 'Cause I thought that was kind of an interesting detail.
Echo: Are you okay?
Paul: I'm good.
Echo: We haven't really talked since you... died.
Paul: I guess we've both died since then.
Echo: Yeah. Weird week. So are you finally ready to meet the girl who started all the trouble in your life?
Paul: What? Janice Charles from my fourth grade math class is here?
(viewing footage of Caroline)
Adelle: She seems so innocent in a way, doesn't she? Unspoiled.
Adelle: She wasn't, you know. Caroline Farrell left quite a wave of unhappiness in her wake and not a few bodies.
Echo: Are you saying she's evil?
Adelle: Worse. An idealist.
Bennett: You used the company jet to abduct the programmer of a rival House.
Adelle: I'm certain I'll be kicking myself come holiday bonus time.
Bennett: I'm sure you'll be dead by then. (seeing the House) It's a very open space. Quite a lot of beige. You let them roam. They roam like free-range chickens. We keep ours more like veal.
Adelle: Can I get you anything?
Bennett: A diet soda.
Topher: I have some! I mean, in my fridge. Come on. Well, lab's in here. You showed me yours. Let me show you mine.
Bennett: Why do you need this one restored?
Topher: Uh... Would it sound OTT if I said this could help prevent the end of civilization as we know it?
Bennett: I would need to understand the context.
Bennett: I've often thought I'd like to be less like me. More like... Well, you, actually.
Caroline: Me? I'm still undeclared.
Bennett: You know who you are. You're so fearless. I'd love to get a look at your amygdala.
Caroline: You'd have to buy me dinner first.
Adelle: Topher, that troublesome one-armed creature--where is she?
Topher: I had to lock her up. Couldn't leave her in the lab unattended.
Adelle: And your charm offensive?
Topher: Mostly just offensive.
Dominic: I spoke to the security officer on duty that night. He admitted to it.
Dominic: Loudly. There was some pleading.
Boyd: Look, I never met Caroline Farrell. I know she drives DeWitt about as crazy as you do, so I figure she can't be all bad.
Adelle: Put him back in the Attic. It's his best hope.
Dominic: No. No, you bitch, I'd rather die.
Adelle: Well, I'd rather you didn't.
Topher: You know I always had a crush on you, even when I thought you were a dude. This is better.
Adelle: You have much to answer for, young woman.
Caroline: I do?
Adelle: You forced me to come to Arizona. I loathe Arizona.
Ivy: I can do this. I can do this.
Topher: I got it from here. You get your chance, you slip out. In the real world, you can write your ticket anyplace you land.
Ivy: I really do want to help you.
Topher: Then live. You have a remarkable brain. I think it should stay in your head. Ivy. Don't become me.
Paul: We're breached.
Echo: That's one word for it.
Echo: How long?
Topher: This is going to take just as a long as it... done.
Caroline: Why me?
Head of Rossum: Because you're very special. You're going to help us in ways you can't understand.
Caroline: Not likely.
Young Man: You don't have a lot of options.
Caroline: So I'm going to be one of your zombies? Open up my brain like the rest of them?
Head of Rossum: You'll never be like the rest of them. You won't be harmed in any way. You're... far too valuable.
Caroline: And I'm just gonna trust you?
Boyd: With your life.
Adelle: Mr Ambrose. What a lovely late night surprise.
Ambrose: Are you surprised, Adelle?
Adelle: Surprised and delighted.
Ambrose: He doesn't look surprised. (Points at Boyd)
Adelle: He's paid not to look surprised. What can I do for you?
Ambrose: You can go with these gentlemen. They will escort you to your debriefing. As of this moment I'm taking over this house and liquidating the inventory.
Adelle: I beg your pardon?
Ambrose: Let's not play games. Nobody comes out of the attic, Adelle. There have been multiple breaches. You're done. Take her.
Boyd: I don't think so. (shoots all of them)
Adelle: Well, I guess we can agree this carpet's done for.
Injoke: When Caroline is in the research room of the Tuscon Dollhouse, one of the people, who had appeared to be dead or comatose, suddenly grabs Caroline and says "Help me". This is an echo of the key device used in Eliza Dushku's TV show Tru Calling, in which dead bodies awaken and ask her to help them.
Music: Time You'll Never Get Back (Williamson), Rigoletto (excerpt from the canzone of the Duke of Mantua - Act Three) (Giuseppe Verdi)
UK: February 23, 2010 on Sci Fi
Czech Republic: May 14, 2010 on Prima COOL
Slovakia: March 8, 2012 on JOJ Plus
Caroline: (flipping through DeWitt's file on Bennett Halverson) Off-the-charts smart; she could kill me with her brain.
This line refers to the Firefly episode "Trash". This is ironic because Firefly is also one of Joss Whedon's shows, and Summer Glau plays both characters who are being referred to.
Topher: Okay am I the only one thinking we're getting our maybe a little too much of our intel from The Matrix or possibly TRON, given the outfits?
Referencing the 1999 and 1982 movies, respectively, which presented the idea of "virtual reality" to moviegoers. TRON featured characters entering a computer and interacting with sentient programs in human forms (all wearing white bodysuits), while The Matrix presented a computer landscape indistinguishable from real life to the unsuspecting individuals trapped within it.
Caroline: Hello, Carrie at the prom.
Referencing the main character, Carrie White, in Stephen King's 1974 novel Carrie. Carrie is a high school student who discovers she has telekinetic abilities, and goes berserk when her fellow students play a prank on her during prom. The novel was made into a movie two years later.
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