Your father would be so proud to see how far you have come, Dr. Hart.


The cycle must happen exactly as it has. Otherwise, the traveler would have never come.

The Striking Woman

The Pallid Man: Your father was right.
The Striking Woman: Yes, he has come.

Cole: Of course, this is where you get the virus.
Leland: Virus? There's a virus in that thing?
Cole: Yeah and you're going to help me destroy it.

Hope: All that Mayberry: RFD stuff, do you buy it, any of it?

You're sensitive about getting an ex-priest into the sack so you can grab his elephant.


I always believed that death is a fate far better than life, for you will be reunited with lost loved ones. But we will never meet again my friend. I have a feeling that your God might object to me visiting you in Heaven. What am I to do now? I hate you for leaving me. I ache from your loss. There is nothing that can console me now. I am changed, so are you.


Lagertha: I see you are making yourself comfortable here as well.
Kalf: I have come to join with King Ragnar and you on the attack on Paris. Whatever else divides us, that simple fact unites us all. We will fight and perhaps who knows; we will die together.
Lagertha: And if we don't?
Kalf: Then we will take care of the future.
Lagertha: My future or yours?
Kalf: Forgive me, but it seems to me that our destiny's are already locked together. And perhaps they always have been. Wouldn't you agree Lagertha?

Kalf: I'm sure that you remember King Horik's son and the widow of Jarl Borg. They also have expressed a desire to take part in our raid.
Ragnar: Erlendur. Torvi. I have to say that I'm a little caught off guard seeing you here.
Erlendur: I figured there was a reason you spared my life. Maybe it's for this. I have to ask, how is the settlement in Wessex?
Ragnar: Good.

Lord, praise the Lord. I've asked for a sign. You have given me a sign. You've answered my prayers. I was blind, but now I see. I was dead, but I'm reborn. Father, hear my prayer and let my cry come unto thee.


Floki: Do you see now Ragnar? This adventure was doomed from the start. We ignored the warnings of the Gods, and so they refused to protect our farmers. And who can blame them Ragnar.
Ragnar: Believe me Floki, Aethelwulf and his father, will feel the wrath of the Gods and my revenge.

Billingham: Speak to us, Joshua. What sayeth the Lord?
Joshua: Guilty.

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