George: The call went out as "in progress." This could be our chance to finally bust 'em, Jim. What's it going to be, man? The nooky or the crookie?
Katie: His name is Will. And he's a dash of Edward mixed with a smidge of Wolverine. Which means absolutely nothing to you.
Stephanie: Of course I know who Wolverine is. Uh, he's the one with the muttonchops and the really long nails.
Katie: They're claws, actually.
Stephanie: And this is sexy?
Katie: Okay, we're gonna go back to science before somebody says something they might regret.
Daphne: Hey, so Bret Martin asked me out on a sushi date tonight.
JJ: I've got bigger fish not to fry.
Daphne: Clearly your giant brain hasn't changed your ability to make bad puns.
Stephanie: And what if it's not a virus but a hypersensitivity, like an allergy?
Katie: Oh, my God. One time I was on a trip to Russia, and I thought I was allergic to the water. Turns out, I was just drinking vodka.
JJ: This happened because of me.
Jim: Wait a minute, what are you talking about?
JJ: The proximate cause--the philosophical notion that if not for a specific action, a particular result would not have occurred
Jim: Okay, you lost me at "proximate."
Katie: This is the part that I replay in my head for the next three days. Will we see each other again? Should I have played hard to get? Easy to get?
The Watcher: Not just in your head apparently.
Katie: No. I have a very loud inner voice.
Stephanie: Ignore the Batphone.
The Batphone is originally found in the 60s Batman series. When Commissioner Gordon is inevitably informed that some criminal has escaped prison, he calls Batman on the Batphone to notify him.
Mr. Litchfield: What an adorable little Breakfast Club you two have going on. Well I'm afraid it won't turn out to be some kind of wonderful for you, Mr. Barcly.
The Breakfast Club is a 1985 film, written by John Hughes, about students from five different high school cliques who share detention and bond together. Some Kind of Wonderful is a 1987 film written and directed by John Hughes as well.
Katie: And he's a dash of Edward mixed with a smidge of Wolverine.
Edward Cullen is the main vampire in the Twilight novels, while Wolverine is a mutant and member of the X-Men, with Marvel Comics.
Katie: And then in person they're Napoleon Dynamite.
Napoleon Dynamite is the title character in the 2004 movie of the same name, and a geeky high school student.
Katie: You know, I try to be the Pepper Potts to her Tony Stark.
Tony Stark is the comic book superhero Iron Man, and Pepper Potts is his assistant and member of his inner circle of friends and confidants.