Aboard the freighter Talos
, Bell shows Walter a virtual representation of the new universe that he plans to create. He assures Walter that the new one will be even better and that there’s no way he can stop the collapse of the two universe. Bell speaks of God and how he believes that Walter’s presence at the moment of his triumph is a sign of divine providence...Read the full recap
William Bell: The Bible tells us God creates His universe in seven days. It’s taken me considerably longer.
William Bell: God made us in His image. If that is so, if we are capable of being gods, then it is our destiny to do so.
Nina: Now I know how it sounds, but I believe she was activated to power the universe's collapse.
Olivia: Lucky me.
Olivia: What if I can't do it?
Nina: You have the most extraordinary gifts, but the only one you were denied was knowing it. You had the power all along.
Olivia: If you've lost your mind, now would be the time to tell me.
Peter: It worked.
Olivia: Yeah, surprised?
William Bell: Well, this is unexpected. You know I was not planning on having any humans. What a troublesome species we can be after all.
Walter: Peter, this is no time for emotions. Time is of the essence. We have to move rapidly if we're going to save her.
Peter: Save her? She's dead.
Walter: You know very well that hasn't always stopped me.
Walter: Excuse me, miss. Is that lemon jello?
Nurse: These are urine samples.
Walter: Oh, well, in that case, no thank you. I'm more peckish than thirsty.
Peter: The Jedi mind trick you pulled on me back on the roof.
The Jedi are the masters of the light side of the Force in the Star Wars movie, capable of manipulating weak minds through careful application of their abilities.
William Bell: I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree, and a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made.
Bell quotes from William Butler Yates' poem, "The Lake Isle of Innisfree."