Since anything that happens to the sketch happens to the object portrayed, the vase in Vickie's studio can't be intact when Audrey and Nathan arrive. The person who took the sketches dropped the vase sketch on the floor, which would have broken it at that time.
Audrey: And why do you varnish the pictures?
Nathan: It tints all the colors. It connects them.
Audrey: So, because you can't feel, all your other senses like sight, they're elevated.
Nathan: Yep. For instance, right now my hearing seems very acute.
Audrey: God, why can't I just walk away from this town?
Eleanor: Well, you could, but we both know Haven has its... charms. Audrey, is that what you really want, to leave, go back to the FBI?
Audrey: I want to find this thing.
Audrey: And I want to kick its ass.
Audrey: That was painful to watch.
Nathan: No one was forcing you to.
Audrey: Uh, "of wine"? Yeah, we should show that to suspects who won't talk.
Audrey: I mean, it'd probably be cruel and unusual punishment.
Nathan: Well, if my personal life is so painful to you, maybe you should just stay out of it.
Audrey: Hey, I'd love to.
Nathan: But you can't. You're incapable.
Audrey: Oh, numb on the outside, sensitive on the inside.
Nathan: So you saw the prowler?
Jess: A glimpse. Barely. He was 6'7". One eyebrow. Fu Manchu. Carried a small slingshot. Had a tattoo.
Audrey: Does it matter? He was a six-seven unibrow slingshoty monster.
Jess: Whenever you want to swing by. Look for footprints.
Nathan: Umm, yeah. Yeah, I guess I should.
Audrey: Jess, I think Detective Wournos needs to come by and conduct a safety review of your home. Lets say, around eight?
Jess: Great. I shot a deer so we're having venison. Maybe you can bring a nice bottle?
Nathan: Of wine?
Audrey: No, antacid.
Audrey: You remember any weird waves, loose winch line... a mizzen mast? (the boat captain stares) I'm from Ohio.
Audrey: I'm pretty sure Eleanor winked at me.
Audrey: She's a doctor. She knows when things aren't normal. I'm getting the feeling that she knows a lot more.
Nathan: She winked at you?
Audrey: There was winkage.
Nathan: Sometimes I wish we could get a normal...
Audrey: Brutal assault?
Nathan: Doesn't that sound kind of nice?
Audrey: Why would that be any better?
Nathan: At least it wouldn't remind me of my own problem.
Audrey: How does any of this remind you that you have no game with chicks?
Duke: Oh, Haven's finest. You know, I could add "ass" to that. "Haven's finest ass." And it would still work. For both of you. Just in different ways.
Jess: I thought you were really brave.
Nathan: What did I do that was brave?
Jess: You didn't pee yourself.
Audrey: All right, Vickie just left the school and I put out an APB. We can arrest her now.
Nathan: I agree, we should. But for what?
Audrey: Uh, illegal manufacture and use of voodoo drawings?
Audrey: Here, I thought you might like these.
Eleanor: Ooh, these aren't decorations.
Audrey: God, no.
Eleanor: Well, good, because you know, I've got a kind of funky Mexican farmhouse thing going on. I don't want it to clash.
Duke: So why is it so hard to thank me?
Audrey: I don't know. Maybe because every time we start to be nice to each other, something blows it up.
Duke: Maybe you just ask way too much of me. Poklng around, the judging... the secret to happiness with men? Lower your expectations.
Audrey: Everyone knows that.
Czech Republic: November 17, 2010 on Universal Channel
UK: November 18, 2010 on Syfy
Latin America: November 26, 2010 on SyFy Channel
Finland: December 6, 2012 on YLE TV2
Music: My Hallelujah (Sweet Talk Radio), North American Dream (Nathan Wiley)
Injokes: The town's lookout point is named King's Point, after author Stephen King. The idea of a person with the ability to affect reality through sketches is taken from King's novel, The Dark Tower, book seven in the Dark Tower series. King's artist character, Patrick Danville, proves critical in defeating the Crimson King.
Nicholas Campbell is credited but doesn't appear.
Audrey: Anyway, he didn't Hulk out on us.
Referencing the long-time Marvel superhero (and occasional super-villain), who first appeared in Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962). Scientist Bruce Banner transforms into his monstrous green-skinned super-strong alter-ego when he becomes angry or in various other circumstances.