[after Mr. Tolkan, who thinks Virgil and Derek are going to fight, orders them to follow him to his office]

FBI Agent: Everybody freeze, FBI!

[shows ID to Mr. Tolkan]

Mysterious Man: Stop, CIA!

[shows his own ID to Mr. Tolkan]

Man - Bureau of Weights and Measures: Bureau of Weights and Measures.

[shows his own ID to Mr. Tolkan]

Virgil Fox: [to the latter agent] In the future, you should probably go first.

Virgil Fox: [about the first day of freshman year] I have a chance to be somebody!

Charlie Tuttle: All right, but know this; What happened down there is we became friends. That day we were tied to that stupid Rams statue. This day, this day that you hate so much because you got a little embarrassed. This is my favorite day. Even though I'd still be a nerd, it didn't really matter anymore. Because I had a real friend. And that would always make everything okay. So much for always, I guess.

[walks away]

Derek Beaugard: Nice snowsuits, dorks.

Virgil Fox: Hey, Derek.

Derek Beaugard: Yeah.

Virgil Fox: Have fun with Jocelyn.

Derek Beaugard: I don't know what you are talking about.

Virgil Fox: Well i just figured that you both are good with lipstick.

Derek Beaugard: You were always going to be a nerd.

Virgil Fox: And you were always going to be a jerk.

[the high school students all chant for "Minutemen" as the guys are about to try saving the world by entering a black hole]

Virgil Fox: At least they finally got the name right.

Jeanette: What's new, cockatoo? Hey, you look like a superhero!

Charlie Tuttle: Thanks, pumpkin.

[seizes Jeanette and kisses her]

Zeke Thompson: [after Charlie lets go, in an undertone] The scene in the hallway hasn't happened yet, you've never kissed her before!

Charlie Tuttle: Oh, right!

[turns to the leaving Jeanette]

Charlie Tuttle: Jeanette! Jeanette, I-I'm sorry, I was just-I can explain!

[as Jeanette is leaving, she smiles]

Zeke Thompson: Dude. It's okay.

Virgil Fox: You're 14 years old. You're 2 years away from your driver's license. You still call your underwear underpants. Yet I'm supposed to believe you can build a time machine?

Charlie Tuttle: Yes. And based on my specifications, a person should be able to go 48 hours into the past.

Virgil Fox: [scoffs] That's weak.

Charlie Tuttle: Pardon me. How's YOUR time formula coming along?

Charlie Tuttle: I know there's got to be an important use for the time machine.

Virgil Fox: What's more important then being rich and popular? I'm kidding... mostly.

Virgil Fox: Senior year and I'm still sitting at the dork table... No offence, guys, I do enjoy the stimulating conversations...

Chester: None taken!

Virgil Fox: Tell me I don't look as ridiculous as you do?

Charlie Tuttle: It's not that bad, really.

Zeke Thompson: That's it, NO MORE TIME TRAVEL!

Coach Nibly: I've got to get me one of those cool jogging suits.

Virgil Fox: The Minutemen must use their powers for truth and justice

Charlie Tuttle: Who's the Minutemen?

Virgil Fox: Us. The all important minutes of time. Cool, eh?

Charlie Tuttle: No.

Zeke Thompson: .Not really.

Stephanie Jameson: Mon petit ami est un cerveau menteur de fromage

Derek Beaugard: You see, that's why I need her help. I haven't a clue what you just said.

Stephanie Jameson: I said, my boyfriend is a lying cheese brain

Virgil Fox: [in front of the whole high school cafeteria] You robbed NASA?

Charlie Tuttle: [pulls both his friends under the table and whispers] It's not as bad as it sounds.

Virgil Fox: Yes, this is *worse* than it sounds!

[after the guys go back in time to stop Chester from being bullied, thus inadvertently turning him into a bully himself]

Mr. Tolkan: [stops Chester from bullying his former tormenters] Chester, last that I remember you were at the bottom of the food chain. And I will not *tolerate* students leap frogging into a higher social status!

[Stephanie and her boyfriend Derek sit in Virgil's house, trying to convince him going back in time to stop Chester from streaking and thus ruining Derek's game]

Derek Beaugard: I don't know what's got into all the nerds lately. It's like they just... don't know their place anymore.

Charlie Tuttle: [about to step in his time machine when he notices what Zeke has in his hands] Oh, yes, we mustn't forget the grappling hook.

Zeke Thompson: Oh, everybody's gotta make fun of the hook... you'll be sorry.

[after skipping without notice hanging out in Charlie's room in favor of Derek's party]

Virgil Fox: Charlie, how many more times do I have to apologize?

Charlie Tuttle: 212 times ought to do it.

Zeke Freak: [approaching the now high school famous Zeke in the high school cafeteria along with her female friend] You know, you're kind of scary and unapproachable... can we sit with you?

[as Jeanette wakes him up in his own bedroom]

Jeanette: Good monring, Magpie. Your mom let me in. It is such a nice day. You know, I was thinking. Maybe we could go on a walk and talk about our future together. And then... Oh! I'd like an orange house. I'd like to have an orange house.

Charlie Tuttle: The results!

Jeanette: That way, you wouldn't even have to have an address and-and on the envelope you could just say "Jeanette Pachelewski, orange house."

Charlie Tuttle: It's done!

Jeanette: Oh, um, I'm no scientist, but that doesn't look good.

Charlie Tuttle: We created a... a...

Jeanette: A... a... Spit it out, Bluebird.

Charlie Tuttle: A black hole!

Jeanette: That's bad, right?

Charlie Tuttle: [after the NASA technicians tell him they already know about his time travels] So you already know about the black hole?

FBI Agent: What?

Charlie Tuttle: The black hole. Oh, I knew you guys were underfunded, but come on!

Jeanette: Charlie! Charlie, um, come back in one piece, okay?

[kisses Charlie, who is frozen in shock]

Zeke ThompsonVirgil Fox: Come on, Charlie, we gotta go. Charlie? Charlie!

[Charlie still stands there, staring as Zeke picks him up and walks away with Virgil]

Jeanette Pachelewski: [to Virgil, Charlie and Zeke] Don't be late for dinner!