Simmons: (about Kathy's vision) What she had was simply a post-operative impression. Rhodes: Right down to the exact description of the woman and the place she was murdered?
Rhodes: You know what your trouble is, Woody? You want answers before I've even found the questions.
Kathy: Albert, have I said thank you to you?
Albert: Maybe a hundred times.
Simmons: Give me some proof, doctor.
Rhodes: I can't give you blood smears or test tubes or even X-rays. Proof in psychic phenomena has almost always been after the fact.
Simmons: She has been blind for nearly ten years. I will not jeopardize that.
Rhodes: What good is sight if she's dead?
Simmons: Do you mean you buy this story of his, lieutenant?
Woods: What do I know? I'm a cop. I take help wherever I can get it.
Albert: You drove a long way to but into Kathy's business, Mr. Rhodes.
Rhodes: Mr. Young, I must ask you to let Kathy make her own decisions.
Albert: I'm very sensitive about things that are not in her best interest, Dr. Rhodes. Now the only danger that I can see for Kathy is what you bring her.
Simmons: She agreed to what you tried. I guess that let's you off the hook. Legally, that is.
Rhodes: I'm not trying to get off the hook. I believed her life was in danger. I know that now more than ever. I saw it.
Simmons: I don't care how altruistic your motives are. The fact is, you brought that girl nothing but pain and grief. Go ask her now if she wants anymore of your help.
Woods: Hang in there. You still got one strike comin'.
Simmons: I haven't had much rest since I met you.
Kathleen Lloyd is billed as Kathleen Gackle in the credits of this episode.