Xavier Thorpe: When I was in the cell I said a lot of... things. Being your friend should come with a warning label. But... I don't know a lot of people who would take an arrow for me. So... Welcome to the 21st century, Addams. (gifts her a smartphone) My number's in there already.
Wednesday Addams: That's a bold move. I hope you're not expecting me to call.
Xavier Thorpe: No, never. I'd settle for a text, though.
Wednesday Addams: I always believed relying on other people to be a sign of weakness. That inevitably they would lead me to disappointment. Turns out I've been the disappointment.
Enid Sinclair: Are you kidding me? I've learned so much from you. Part of it is admittedly criminal behavior, but... most people spend their entire lives pretending to give zero effs, and you literally never had an eff to give.
Enid Sinclair: Don't tell me Wednesday Addams is mellowing out.
Wednesday Addams: Never. More like evolving.
Enid Sinclair: Well, one inch of duct tape at a time.
Wednesday Addams: Why the sudden change of heart?
Enid Sinclair: Because we work. We shouldn't, but we do. It's like some sort of weird, friendship anomaly.