Brian Finch: Most people are terrified of having their e-mail hacked, but can you imagine having your whole brain hacked?
Agent Mike: Well, we wanted to find out why Spike was so motivated to impress Finch.
Agent Ike: So, we decided to tail him.
Agent Mike: And after a few dead ends, we noticed every morning he was going for coffee at Cafe Macio, which is forty blocks in the opposite direction of his home.
Agent Ike: I mean, sure, they have a pumpkin spice latte that will make you see God...
Spike Four: [looking like another reject until... ] Hey, is that a Goatwhore poster?
Brian Finch: You know Goatwhore?
Spike Four: Sure. Blood for the Master's my favorite, but I like that album, too.
Brian Finch: Favorite Skeletonwitch album.
Spike Four: Forever Abomination, of course.
Brian Finch: Favorite horror movie.
Spike Four: Rosemary's Baby.
Brian Finch: Number one all-time Sabbath record.
Spike Four: [pause] S'not possible to answer that question responsibly.
Brian Finch: Duuu... Spike, welcome aboard.
Brian Finch: Z'it ever bother you guys that your jobs are more interesting in my head than in real life?
Brian Finch: And Quentin, who's been texting me like he's lost his mind because, well, he has.
Brian Finch: Found myself breaking a lot of laws since working for the FBI, but here's a new one - art forgery. You know, Bob Ross always made it look so easy.
The Scrub Jay: I hear you like the Naked Pale Man.
Brian Finch: I really hope that's how you start all your negotiations.
Rebecca Harris: The letters that you have, did they authorize you to murder Eloise Carlisle?
John: No, in this instance "conclusive force" was not in the brief. We bought the files from Miss Carlisle's intermediary and hired a third party to supply the hardware. Frankly, you know, it's... it's been a bit of a boondoggle. The tech is no use to anybody unless current technology makes a leap forward by an order of magnitude.