Trivia: When Richard Tyler and Eric Papequash greet each other, they speak in Cheyenne.
* Trent Appelbaum, disappeared 18 May 1989. His saliva causes people to lose weight rapidly.
* Eric Papequash, disappeared 5 August 1955.
Collier: Close your mouth, Shawn, you'll draw flies.
Richard: You offering me a job?
Eric: They used to call us handymen. Now we're property managers.
Mrs. Papesquash: Not really much of a talker, are you Lily?
Lily: I'm not really used to being in social situations these days.
David: (to Richard) Now you are a lucky man. This one here, (points to his wife) well it's yap, yap, yap.
David: So Richard, we know what you were up to in 1951, how about lately?
Richard: Well I've been working as an auto mechanic.
David: Oh really? So what brings you to this part of the country? It's kind of remote for a vacation.
Eric: They came to see me. Us 4400s, we gotta stick together. We have a bond that you mere humans will never understand.
David: Eric, you freak me out when you talk about that 4400 unity crap.
Eric: The guy was 81. He was born four years after I was.
Mrs. Papequash: Well luckily, I like older men.
Tom: But a 4400 putting his gift on the open market is a first. We wanna make sure nobody gets taken advantage of. Not you, not the buyer, other 4400s.
Trent: You don't have to teach me about selling, I've been a salesman my whole life. Most of the stuff I pedal, junk. But now I've got a product that everybody wants and only I can provide. I am the damn product! Nobody's putting Trent Appelbaum back in the bottle.
(someone hands Kyle a flier)
Kyle: Last days of Pompeii.
Wendy: Yeah, they throw that party every year. You should go. Blow off some steam. You've earned it.
Kyle: I hate to go alone. You up for it?
Wendy: I probably flunked half the members of that frat.
(hands a bottle of water to Applebaum)
Dimitri: I want you to take a sip, because if I'm right, and you made me lose all this weight, then the same thing should happen to my wife. Who though, I love very much, I do, could stand to lose maybe 20 pounds.
Trent: I'm sorry about your car.
Elise: I'll ride a bus to work.
Trent: I'm sorry about the television.
Elise: I'll read a book.
Lily: Richard, I'm late. Like, I might be pregnant, late.
Richard: You sure?
Lily: No I'm not sure. I'm late.
Richard: Well, we'll just have to wait and see.
Lily: Wait and see?
Richard: We'll go to the drug store and maybe get one of those test things.
Lily: And what would you like it to say?
Richard: I'd like it to say congratulations....you have a job, a house and a future, you're ready for another child. But, I don't think it's gonna say that.
Lily: No, probably not.
Shawn: You can be a manipulative prick, you know that?
Jordan Collier: Yeah, well it helps to use your entire skills set when you're trying to change the world.
Dimitri: These people who took you, they set you up for life. They snatched up a bum salesman. They sent you back, the human diet!
Trent: The human diet. I like that.
Dimitri: I thought you 4400s got special powers. How come you're such a big nothing?
Trent: Just lucky I guess.
Dimitri: In my business, we hear every sob story in the book. But I gotta tell you, yours is a new one. Disappeared fifteen years ago, came back and my wife died. Daughter dropped out of school. You got a bad break, but you borrowed the money, now you have to pay me back.
Elise: How'd it go today, Daddy? (Trent just stares) That bad, huh?
Trent: Nobody wants to buy time shares in Wilmington, Idaho.
"Walking Dead" by DJ Z-Trip feat. Chester Bennington
"Banquet" by Bloc Party
"Everybody's Leaving" by Elkland