Allison Hargreeves: Things got ugly between Patrick and me. Now the court says I have to do this mandatory therapy thing before I can have visitation.
Luther Hargreeves: What for...? You used your power on her.
Allison Hargreeves: I mean, there were days where she'd have these epic meltdowns. And no matter what I said, she wouldn't stop. She was three then, and I... I know that's what three-year-olds are supposed to do. So I said I would do it that one time. Only it wasn't just that one time. I told myself any... parent with my power would do the same. That it wasn't wrong. I just had an advantage. I mean, from the time I was little, I used it to get everything I wanted. With Dad, with my career... But now, I know nothing in my life was real. So I'm starting over. I just didn't think it would be so hard.
Luther Hargreeves: It'll get easier. Some things just take time.
Allison Hargreeves: Yeah. And some things just stay broken.
Luther Hargreeves: How long were you there?
Number Five: Forty-five years. Give or take.
Luther Hargreeves: So what are you saying? That you're 58?
Number Five: No, my consciousness is 58. Apparently, my body is now 13 again.
Vanya Hargreeves: Wait, how does that even work?
Number Five: Delores kept saying the equations were off. Eh. Bet she's laughing now.
Luther Hargreeves: Looks like some sort of temporal anomaly. Either that or a miniature black hole. One of the two.
Diego Hargreeves: Pretty big difference there, Paul Bunyan.
Klaus Hargreeves: Out of the way! (runs out with fire extinguisher)
Diego Hargreeves: What are you...
(Klaus tries to fight the anomaly by spraying it with the fire extinguisher and then throws it at it making to difference.)
Allison Hargreeves: What is that gonna do?
Klaus Hargreeves: I don't know. Do you have a better idea?