Trivia: Arnold Potts' eyewear, which he claims protects his eyes during transdimensional travel, are a reusal of a prop from "Virtual Slide".
Rembrandt Brown: This is Colin Mallory's identical twin! Kidnapped at birth! Raised by dolphins!
Colin Mallory: (makes dolphin noises)
Chandler Hotel clerk: Ssh. Can't you see this is important? (gestures to tv) The girl's got a psychic dog.
Chandler Hotel clerk: (after seeing Quinn on tv) Hey! I know that guy! I was rude to him!
Officiant: What we have witnessed here today is the beginning of the end. The conflict is over. No longer will our efforts be hindered by destructive competition or ruinous price wars. We can now all push forward as one single corporation. Remember our motto, "Farmers grow stuff, but we feed the masses." The merger is complete. I now pronounce you one husband, one wife, one family, one corporation.
(Yelling at Quinn on national television show)
Potts: The guy's a phony! You can't astral project in a sweater-vest!
(Quinn tries to convince the show producer to put him on air)
Producer: I told you, I've got all the guests I need. Besides, your story, it doesn't have any sex appeal.
Quinn: Sex appeal?
Producer: Since cable died, there's no market for shows about scientific whiz kids who live in their parent's basement and have no life!
Quinn: I've battled androids, I've met Elvis! I even met the female version of myself!
Producer: Did you have sex with her?
Maggie: Colin, come on. We're your friends.
Alt-Colin: Just how good of a friend of mine are you, toots? (Maggie slaps him)
Colin: You know, brother, it occurs to me that if we threw a large mattress through the wormhole ahead of us, it might not hurt so much when we land. Of course, we might miss the mattress.
(after landing on a platform forty stories up in the sky)
Maggie: Somehow, this has to be Quinn's fault!
Hal: Yeah, see, that's the trouble with you kids today, you know that? You read too damn much. You don't watch enough television.
Colin: Marley's ghost!
Colin is referring to Jacob Marley, a character from Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.