Number Five: We use my ability to time travel. But this time, I'll take you with me.
Diego Hargreeves: You can do that?
Number Five: I don't know. I've never tried it before.
Diego Hargreeves: What's the worst that can happen?
Number Five: You're lookin' at it. A 58-year-old man inside a child's body, so there's that.
Diego Hargreeves: Oh, what the hell? I'm in.
Klaus Hargreeves: Yeah, whatever. I'm in.
Luther Hargreeves: Me too. Allison? (she nodds yes) What about Ben? (Ben nodds yes too)
Klaus Hargreeves: Great, yeah, he's in.
Number Five: Billions of people are about to die tonight. You can change that.
The Handler: Tonight, tomorrow. So little difference in the scheme of things. Don't you remember the Commission's raison d'etre? What's meant to be is meant to be, or, as I like to say, que será, será.
Number Five: It's bullshit in any language.
(Five returns Delores to the display at the store...)
Number Five (to Delores): I bet it feels good to be back... amongst your friends. And it's okay, you can... say it. We always were an unlikely pair. This isn't easy for me, Delores, and I... I want you to know that I cherish every single minute I ever shared with you, all 23 and a half million of them. A lifetime. Now look at us. We're lucky enough, we get a second one. Yeah. You are right. I do have a lot of growing up to do. I'll never forget you, Delores.
(On his way out of the store...)
Number Five: Excuse me, miss?
Shop assistant: Yeah?
Number Five: Could you give that mannequin something new to wear? She likes sequins.
Hazel: Think about it like this. If you never time traveled, you never got caught up with the Handler, what would have happened?
Number Five: I guess I would have grown up to be an emotionally stunted man-child like everybody else around here.
Hazel: Well, there you go. Now you can grow up. Good luck.
Allison Hargreeves (to Diego): Be careful, okay? We don't know what Peabody's capable of.
Diego Hargreeves: Yeah, he didn't seem dangerous when I first saw him. Looked kinda scrawny.
Allison Hargreeves: Yeah, well, so are most serial killers and mass murderers. I mean, look at him. (gestures at Five)
Number Five: Thanks.
Diego Hargreeves: Good point.
Allison Hargreeves: Do you have any idea how insane this sounds?
Number Five: You know what else is insane? I look like a 13-year-old boy. Klaus talks to the dead, and Luther thinks he's fooling everybody with that overcoat. Everything about us is insane. It always has been.
Klaus Hargreeves: He's got a point there.
Number Five: We didn't choose this life, we're just living it. For the next three days, anyway.
Number Five: So, the apocalypse is in three days. The only chance we have to save our world is, well, us.
Luther Hargreeves: The Umbrella Academy.
Number Five: Yeah, but with me, obviously. So if y'all don't get your sideshow acts together and get over yourselves, we're screwed. Who cares if Dad messed us up? Are we gonna let that define us?
Number Five: Okay, Luther, but be careful. I mean, I've... I've lived a long life, but... you're still a young man. You got your whole life ahead of you. Don't waste it.
Number Five: Jesus, Luther, grow up. We're not kids anymore. There's no such thing as good guys or bad guys. There's just people, goin' about their lives. But when the world ends, all those people die, including our family. Time changes everything.
Diego Hargreeves: We just wanna protect you.
Number Five: Protect me. I don't need your protection, Diego. Do you have any idea how many people I've killed? No. I'm the Four frickin' Horsemen. The apocalypse is coming.
Luther Hargreeves: You think you're better than us. You always have. Even when we were kids. But the truth is, you're just as messed up as the rest of us. We're all you have. And you know it.
Number Five: I don't think that I'm better than you, Number One. I know I am. I've done unimaginable things, things you couldn't even comprehend.
Luther Hargreeves: Right.
Number Five: Just to get back here and save you all.