Dr. Alan Deaton: The legend has always been that the Wild Hunt takes people. But if what you're telling me is right, the truth is much worse. They erase people from reality.
Dr. Alan Deaton: The Wild Hunt are drawn to war and mayhem. I've never heard of it doing anything to anyone's memory. It's almost like you have a form of Phantom limb syndrome. It's common in war. Amputees can have the sensation of an itch they can't scratch or a pain that couldn't possibly be there. The missing limb is so important, the brain acts like the limb's still there.
Scott McCall: So, my subconscious is trying to tell me what's missing?
Dr. Alan Deaton: It may be.
Scott McCall: How the hell do I figure out what it's saying?
Dr. Alan Deaton: Well, the easiest way to do that would be to simply go to sleep.
The Desert Wolf: I know you have skills, but I'm pretty sure I can shoot faster than you can hit. Do you know who I am?
Dr. Alan Deaton: I know what you're called... The Desert Wolf.
Dr. Alan Deaton: Someone is trying to make supernatural creatures with non-supernatural means. Protect your friends. Protect each other. Something like this shakes you to the core. The rules have changed.
Dr. Alan Deaton (to Sheriff Stilinski): I think the coroner might be very confused by this girl's severed reptilian tail.
Stiles Stilinski: I'm pretty sure I just felt my right leg move. Uh, yep, definitely felt it. Like a twinge, spasm, something...
Dr. Alan Deaton (lying at Stiles' feet): I'm going to have to disagree. And I think I hold an informed opinion.