Finola: I think your brother and Bryan failed because we weren't involved. We hadn't figured it out together. Bilateral deviation.
Kathleen: Yeah?
Finola: You are your brother are two strands of the same reality that have become unraveled, and that has messed everything else up.
Kathleen: What do you mean?
Finola: You've been trying to get back to each other, but separately.
Kathleen: But how can we jump together if we're in different realities.
Finola: Because we both have to jump, but at the same time.
Kathleen: I thought we already tried that.
Finola: No, no! Simultaneously because it has to end the way that it began so we can get back to the beginning and repair the damage across all realities.

Finola: Dad?
George: Yes?
Grace: If you were never going to see me again, what would be the last thing that you would say to me?
Finola: Oh, don't say that. You're brilliant, and we are going to figure this out together.
Finola: But what would you say?
George: I would say I love you.

Finola: How do you know this?
Kathleen: Because I spoke to them. They want to speak to you.

[in writing] You belive debris came here for a reason. You believe in the world. Help save it.

Bryan

Julia, listen to me, honey. A terrible thing happened to our family. I'm not in denial about that. I know what we've been through, but I also know what people can survive. And I know, I know what a strong family can get through. I've seen it. And I know that we can get through this together. I know we can. bEcause what we have? The love that we have for that boy. This is good. We're good. You hear me? You're good. You're good.

Maddox

You don't realize it. There's a piece of debris out there in the ocean. It's resetting reality.

Bryan

What you're seeing is a bleed-through from another reality. The universe is breaking down.

Bryan

Finola: May I ask? Who's the person you are trying to get back to?
Bryan: You.

What are you, a grizzly tracker now, Neils? How do you know the wind's coming from the northeast?

Bryan

Shelby: I'm going to keep using it until it resets properly and I get my sister back.
Bryan: I don't know what you think you know, but that's just not gonna happen.
Shelby: Yeah, you've said that before.

Bryan: Finola, I'm trying to get back to somebody who is very important to me. Please. How can I know all this if what I'm saying isn't true? He said that there was something in the story that could help me.
Finola: It's about the soldier who guides a penguin across the desert to be with the one he loves, and over the treacherous passage, the penguin asks the soldier why he risks his life guiding others to their hearts desire. He asks if he wishes he had something to cross the desert for, but the soldier just says no. And once they reach the destination, the penguin thanks the soldier and shares a observation. He tells the soldier, "You fight so bravely because you have nothing, you want nothing because you are afraid to have something to lose because if you did, your heart would no longer be steel. The point of the story-
Bryan: You can spend a lifetime hiding from yourself what you truly want.

Maddox: I don't want you to use Finola on this mission, tactically.
Bryan: Finola's capable. I trust her instincts. There's no way she would ever not be one of the first people through the door to retrieve her father.
Maddox: You're going to have to find a way. This isn't a retrieval for you, Bryan. George Jones doesn't come out of this alive.

Debris Quotes

Bryan: Finola, I'm trying to get back to somebody who is very important to me. Please. How can I know all this if what I'm saying isn't true? He said that there was something in the story that could help me.
Finola: It's about the soldier who guides a penguin across the desert to be with the one he loves, and over the treacherous passage, the penguin asks the soldier why he risks his life guiding others to their hearts desire. He asks if he wishes he had something to cross the desert for, but the soldier just says no. And once they reach the destination, the penguin thanks the soldier and shares a observation. He tells the soldier, "You fight so bravely because you have nothing, you want nothing because you are afraid to have something to lose because if you did, your heart would no longer be steel. The point of the story-
Bryan: You can spend a lifetime hiding from yourself what you truly want.

Nicole Hegmann is a real missing person. She vanished from Seline, Michigan, in 2019. I don't know how that's possible. The debris only began falling six months ago.

Bryan