After Bryce bumps into Nicole and she drops her pennies, they strike up a conversation, then walk off leaving all the pennies on the floor, a substantial hazard in a hospital.
Simon: Going into Somalia without a gun is like scuba diving without an oxygen tank.
Mark: (about Dyson Frost) Meanwhile, everything we know about him is coming to a head, and all we've got are blind alleys and cryptic messages. What the hell am I supposed to do with that, huh?
Stan: Be like Hercules and slay the beast.
Bryce: No, seriously, that's... that's the most difficult thing about becoming a doctor, is picking the right name. I mean, take me, for instance. My real name is Marvin Goathead.
Nicole: You're an idiot.
Bryce: Really. Martin Goathead.
Nicole: Yeah, I think I like "Bryce Varley" better.
Bryce: Ah, of course you do. It sounds rugged. It's, like, a guy who eats protein bars and climbs mountains--"Dr. Bryce Varley."
Mark: Three-bedroom colonial with a sunporch.
Olivia: That's right.
Mark: In Denver.
Olivia: It's where we could go--Denver.
Mark: Mm-hmm. Big fan of the omelet.
Olivia: It's one hell of an omelet.
Abdi Khalif: People who live in Heaven shouldn't judge those who live in Hell.
Abdi Khalif: You are not afraid of death.
Demetri: I've gotten used to it.
Abdi Khalif: Devil or no, it is an evil place. But there is one thing that can push a man more than fear.
Demetri: What's that?
Abdi Khalif: Destiny.
Janis: You look like you've seen a ghost.
Simon: It's entirely the opposite. What I designed was theoretical. It could only be done in the future, and yet it's been standing here for 18 years.
Janis: Welcome to the future.
Janis: It's so stupid. I just saw a mass grave, and all I can think about is a mythical baby.
Demetri: Grave, the baby... you're having a circle of life moment, right? You know, the weekend's not over. (they laugh together) I'm just saying, if it's baby-making you need, I will take one for the team.
Janis: Okay, first of all, no offense, but that's kind of gross.
Janis: Second of all, that's, like, 1,000% wrong.
Demetri: Desperate times.
Janis: I'm gay.
Demetri: I will make you gayer.
Dyson Frost: Hello, Demetri. My name is Dyson Frost, and I'm recording this message in 1991. Got your attention, didn't I?
Jack Davenport and Brian F. O'Byrne are credited but don't appear.
Canada: April 1, 2010 on ATV
UK: April 5, 2010 on FIVE
Finland: April 15, 2010 on Nelonen
Czech Republic: April 19, 2010 on AXN
Sweden: April 30, 2010 on TV4
Australia: April 29, 2010 on Channel 7
Norway: May 27, 2010 on TV2
Germany: June 7, 2010 on ProSieben
India: October 28, 2010 on Zee Cafe
Slovakia: February 7, 2011 on JOJ
Simon: "Abandon all hope, ye who enter here."
Referencing the English translation of The Divine Comedy, an Italian poem written by Dante Alighieri about the Christian after-life. In the poem, this is the inscription at the entrance to Hell. Simon quotes the poem upon seeing a triple-6 scrawled on the tower--another reference to Hell, as 666 is the "number of the Beast" in The Book of Revelations in the Christian Bible.
Charlie: I'm throwing rocks tonight. Mark it, Mommy.
Referencing the 1998 movie The Big Lebowski, where Donny (Steve Buscemi) tells the Dude (Jeff Bridges), "I'm throwing rocks tonight. Mark it, Dude."