Joe: Monarch butterflies aren't even in season. They shouldn't be anywhere near Chester's Mill this time of year.
Norrie: Maybe it's trying to tell us that the dome's just a cocoon, and when it finally goes away, we'll all get to be something new.
Joe: You realize that most caterpillars are actually eaten before they turn into butterflies?
Dodee: Can I say something, Phil?
Phil: Anything in the whole world.
Dodee: I hate you.
Phil: I hate you, too.
Joe: W-when we touched, we didn't have the seizures.
Norrie: More importantly, we didn't die.
Music: The End of the World (Skeeter Davis)
Canada: July 22, 2013 on Global
Australia: July 23, 2013 on Ten
UK: September 26, 2013 on Channel 5
Sweden: October 31, 2013 on Kanal 5
Finland: January 22, 2014 on Nelonen
Phil: I've been listening to her E.T.-phone-home thing, but the military broadcasts dropped off last night so all we've been getting are random numbers and crap.
Referencing the title character in the 1982 movie E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. The small wizened alien is stranded on Earth when his people are forced to flee, and takes refuge in a nearby home. The boy living there, Elliott, befriends the alien and helps him to summon his people and return home.