Jason: Baffled? Are we baffled?
Stewart: Well, at the moment all we have is a skeleton. It's not telling us very much.
Jason: Well, ask it how old it is. You might be pleasantly surprised. See you in London.
Annabelle: Jason, we already know Byrom Blain's age.
Jason: But if the skeleton is a little older...say, a hundred years or so? Bye bye. (Jason leaves.)
Stewart: He's right, you know.
Annabelle: Spectroscopic analysis.
Stewart: At least it'll tell us whether Blain is missing, or dead.
Annabelle: But why didn't London think of that?
Stewart: Why didn't we?
Jason: (looking at photo of Blain's skeleton) Oh, alas, poor Yorick! Do we know him, Horatio?
A slight alteration of a quote from Hamlet: "Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio," which Hamlet says while holding Yorick's skull.