Bob: Many people believed that Christ died at 29, when he was crucified.
Actually, the common belief is that Jesus Christ was 33 when he was crucified. Of course, this is simply the most accurate guess, which cannot be accurately proven.
Declan: We don't always gather for something dyre. We gather to teach, to pass on what we know, what we believe, to celebrate, to sing songs, to spend time with the people that we enjoy...
Looks at Emma
Declan: ...and to be family.
Declan: Listen, I'm about to start a class, but you're more than welcome to stay, if you...of course, last time we had an earthquake, and my lectures don't get much more exciting than that.
Emma: You know, Declan, it's not your lectures I find exciting.
Declan: You do? Er, they're not?
Declan: What if the 29th really is important? Not in the way that you think, but...maybe it's more of a beginning than an end, you know? Nobody knows when the world is going to end, Bob, but we've got to prepare like it could happen at any second; get out there and spend time with people that you love. Make the most out of every second that you've got, you know? When's the last time you and your family had fun? Just got away?
Emma: You believe that the world is going to come to an end... three days from now?
Bob: Like I said, it's my belief.
Miranda: He's what my grandma used to call "nutsy-cuckoo".
(Emma appears on TV)
Miranda: There's your girlfriend.
Declan turns to look at her
Declan: (defensively) She's not my girlfriend...
(Miranda looks at Peggy)
Declan: I took her out to dinner...a couple of times.
Declan: I really enjoyed myself last night.
Emma: You did?
Emma: Me too.
Emma: Yeah. I've never had a date take me to the batting cage before.
Declan: With your swing, I'm surprised.
Bob: Stock market crashed - October 29.
On October 29, 1929, the American Stock Market crashed dramatically, causing widespread economic consequences. Some historians and economists regard the crash as the beginning of The Great Depression, which spread all over the world, and lasted until the start of World War II.
Bob: "God will bring disaster on the city." Isaiah 29.
In the book of Isaiah, in The Bible, Isaiah prophesied that destruction would be brought to the city of Jerusalem. Once Jerusalem was destroyed, God brought comfort and restoration to His people, once more.
Bob: The bible says good will triumph over evil, but only after a battle of epic proportions.
Declan: Four horseman and the Apocalypse, Bob?
The Apocalypse is the chain of events that lead up to the end of the world, as described in The Bible, in Revelations in the New Testament. In Revelations Chapter 6, four horsemen appear on Earth to bring defeat, war, famine and death.