Malia Tate: Who did this to you? A hunter?
Werewolf girl: A deputy.
Lydia Martin: They've got a deputy?
Scott McCall: They've got everyone.
Scott McCall: Now we know that whoever this new hunter is, he has a teacher.
Chris Argent: Gerard. Which means this is my fault. I'm the one who let him go.
Lydia Martin: You couldn't have done anything.
Malia Tate: He could've killed him. Just saying.
Lydia Martin: We're not executioners.
Scott McCall: We don't know what fear would do to somebody. I mean, it can change them. They'll look at us differently. They'll do things that they've never done before.
Malia Tate: People can be so stupid.
Lydia Martin: They're not stupid, they're scared.
Scott McCall: And scared people will do things that you wouldn't believe.
Malia Tate: If you didn't fire it, then who did?
Scott McCall: Someone who doesn't know what they're doing.
Chris Argent: Someone dangerous. A new hunter.
Malia Tate: What the hell happened last night?
Scott McCall: Yeah. I get it, I freaked out. Which freaked you out.
Malia Tate: So you admit that you freaked out? Wait a minute, I didn't freak out.
Scott McCall: You haven't been trying to get me to talk because you're freaked out that I freaked out?
Malia Tate: No, I've been trying to get you to talk because, you know, I'm... Well, I'm worried about you.
Chris Argent: What the hell are you guys doing here?
Scott McCall: We're your backup.
Chris Argent: I had a guy on the inside.
Malia Tate: Who?
Chris Argent: You're standing on him.
Lydia Martin: You're the former animal. Nobody understands mysterious animal situations like you do.
Malia Tate: I'm done with mysterious animal situations. I want mysterious men. French ones.
Scott McCall: Last day ever.
Stiles Stilinski: Well, it just feels so anti-climactic.
Lydia Martin: Well, there's the whole graduation thing.
Malia Tate: I've gotta go to summer school or I can't do the whole graduation thing.
Scott McCall: Let's do it.
Stiles Stilinski: No. Come on, wait... Guys? This can't be it.
Garrett Douglas: Unbelievable. Even in the face of insurmountable odds. I don't know if it's suicide or stupidity.
Scott McCall: Maybe both. Either way, I'm getting to that diverter.
Garrett Douglas: You of all people, Scott, should know what happens to a lone wolf.
Theo Raeken: He's not alone. He's got a pack.
Malia Tate: And Theo's not in it. But I am.
Peter Hale: I'm not... in the pack. But no one likes a Nazi.
Malia Tate (to Scott): I remember something. At the start of the year, Stiles was trying to find a place for you guys to live after graduation. He said you were getting an apartment together? And I remember saying something to Stiles. Something like it's not always a good idea to live with your friends. Even your best friend. But Stiles said it wouldn't matter because you weren't just friends. You guys were more like brothers.
Scott McCall: You remembered Stiles and then a new rift was created.
Malia Tate: If the Sheriff can do it...
Lydia Martin: Maybe we can.
Liam Dunbar: But that rift closed.
Scott McCall: Then we'll open it again.
Sheriff Stilinski: How?
Scott McCall: By remembering Stiles. We have to remember everything.
Lydia Martin: You're going to bite Stiles?
Scott McCall: To get him through the rift. It's the only way.
Peter Hale: Just to clarify, are you planning on biting everyone in the train station?
Scott McCall: With Stiles back, he'll be able to help us figure out a plan.
Malia Tate: He's good at that.
Peter Hale: So the plan is to get Stiles to come up with a plan.