Ned: "Maurice" and "Rolston"?
Chuck: You didn't even know their names?
Ned: I'm glad Dad got so fun and creative with naming after I left. "Goodbye, Ned. Hello, Mercutio and Ribald."
Chuck: Maurice and Rolston!
Do you ever shiver when you pee? That's how I felt when he spoke.
(after re-killing Sister Larue) We are so going to hell.
Chuck: If Mother Superior found Larue's shiny stash...
Ned: Then all it would take was one push, and the convent would be back... in black.
Chuck: By-proxy high-five.
Emerson: Get, before I by-proxy vomit.
Chuck: There was a young man named Von Deenis...
Ned: Who they said had a very big...
Ned: Emerson needs me.
Chuck: Why? There's no dead body to wake up.
Emerson: Nice. Anyone not hear that.
Chuck: You didn't sleep well.
Ned: It was deep and perfect, like a nap in the backseat of a car after a day at the beach.
What if someone from Betty's Bees finds out you're a spy?. Spying is a lot like sabotage in that they kill you for it. That's what you do with spies and saboteurs-you kill them. And you don't feel bad, because they're spying and sabotaging
Chuck: What if he was made entirely out of bees and that's why she couldn't see his face, because he didn't even have one? What if there's a whole beefolk society who walk around shaped like people?
Ned: You're thinking about how you can train your bees to walk around in people shapes, aren't you?
I could have been swarmed in my underwear.
Chuck: Don't offend the bees.
Ned: How would I offend the bees?
Emerson: I'm a father.
Ned: As in a priest?
Emerson: As in a man... with a daughter.