Stewart: Just where is the Charles Dickens of the paperbacks?
Photographer: In spite of your lousy manners, I'll thank you for your charm, courtesy, and charity.
Jason: Oh, "charity," fiddlesticks. I've wolfed caviar in front of starving children.
Annabelle: (discussing Burnham) Why is he so important?
Stewart: I haven't a glimmer.
Annabelle: I adore working in the dark.
Annabelle: I've been doing some research.
Stewart: On what?
Annabelle: Ghosts. - 22% of the people in this country believe that ghosts exist.
Stewart: You must be joking.
Annabelle: No, I'm not. There were 106 recorded apparitions last year. I couldn't get the figures for America, but it's probably higher.
Stewart: What have you been reading, "Hamlet"?
Annabelle: I'm just telling you, that's all.
Stewart: If 22 % of the people believe in ghosts, then 22 % of the people are fools!
While posing as a window washer, Jason's bucket is obviously empty as he carries it through the hallway; however, when he goes to wash windows, there is water in the bucket.