Adrian: What is it?
Natalie: It's from your HMO.
Adrian: Oh. Don't open that.
Natalie: It says "important."
Adrian: All the more reason--just throw it out.
Natalie: Maybe it's good news.
Adrian: Yeah, good news from my HMO. What do you think--I won a free colonscopy?
Natalie: I think you're being ridiculous.
Adrian: Yeah, ridiculous like a fox.
Natalie: I know, I know you're not a big fan of Harold Krenshaw's.
Adrian: I hate him. He can go to hell.
Natalie: Yeah, I understand, but besides him, besides Harold who can go to hell, how was the session?
Disher: Could be a serial killer. He's killing people according to their phobias. This guy was afraid of heights so he pushed him off the roof.
Adrian: Augie wasn't afraid of heights. He was afraid of spiders.
Disher: That's different. It's killing people using the opposite of their phobias. The opposite killer.
Stottlemeyer: So you're saying the opposite of a spider is a tall building?
Disher: What do you think the opposite of a spider is?
Stottlemeyer: I have no idea, but it's not a tall building.
Disher: Hmm, tell that to the opposite killer.
Natalie: Are you crying?
Stottlemeyer: No, I have allergies.
Disher: It's him--the opposite killer. That's his M.O.
Stottlemeyer: There is no opposite killer. If there were, you would have been killed by a falling rocket scientist years ago.
Harold Krenshaw: We need your strength, Neven. Your guidance. You're the beacon. you're the light that will see us through our darkest hour.
Rhonda: So, Harold, how is it up there in Neven's butt? You lonely? Getting scared of the dark?
Harold Krenshaw: Dr. Bell, I.. I don't know what to feel. Tell me what to feel.
Dr. Neven Bell: I think we should all feel confused.
Harold Krenshaw: Confused--I can do that.
(trying to find a murderer)
Natalie: Who else was in the group?
Adrian: There's Harold. Could it be Harold?
Natalie: I don't think so.
Adrian: You're right. God would never do that. It would make me too happy.
Adrian: We have to find a phone and call the police.
Harold Krenshaw: There's not enough time. It takes the police four minutes and 20 seconds to get here. Don't ask.