Kolchak: Thanks for cutting us some slack, Tony.
Vincenzo: Try not to hang yourself with it.
Kolchak: (opening monologue) They're in the news every day. Warnings about what you should eat, drink, breathe, think. In the modern world, fear of death isn't a distant anxiety reserved for old age – it's daily life. The ordinary no longer offers comfort – not when death can come any time. From any thing.
Kolchak: (closing monologue) Doug Panero lived with the fear he finally came to see. A fear I know too well, of a question that holds a terrible answer. Should I ever look into the eye of the monster I'm chasing…whose face would I see?
Perri: How long have you been working here?
Carl: Umm, about two months.
Perri: And in that time I've witnessed more freaky things then I've seen my entire life.
Carl: That would be the real-world explanation.
Vincenzo: I live in the real world, Carl – that's the explanation I'm looking for.
Carl: Panero spent 10 years trying to catch a monster. I think that monster finally caught him.
The name of the storage locker is an allusion to the original Night Stalker movie...which was directed by John Llewellyn Moxey.