Eve: Tell me now about entanglement. Einstein's spooky action at a distance. Is it related to quantum theory?
Adam: Hm. No I mean, it's not a Theory it's proven.
Eve: How does it go again?
Adam: When you separate an entwined particle and you move both parts away from the other, even at opposite ends of the universe, if you alter or affect one, the other will be identically altered or affected.
Eve: Spooky. Even at opposite ends of the universe?
Eve: How can you've lived for so long and still not get it? This self obsession is a waste of living. It could be spend in surviving things, appreciating nature, nurturing kindness and friendship, and dancing. You have been pretty lucky in love though, if I may say so.
Adam: I just feel like all the sand is at the bottom of the hour glass or something.
Eve: [after seeing Ian's body melt in acid] That certainly was visual.
Adam: Please, feel free to piss in my garden.
Eve: I'm gonna get you that present. Give me all your money, baby.
Eve: So this is your wilderness. Detroit.
Adam: Everybody left.
Eve: What's that?
Adam: It's the Packard plant, where they once built the most beautiful cars in the world. Finished.
Eve: But this place will rise again.
Adam: Will it?
Eve: Yeah. There's water here. And when the cities in the South are burning, this place will bloom.
Adam: Look at what she did to my Gibson.
Adam: Just goes to show... we really don't know shit about fungi.
Adam: They only learn when it's too late.
Adam: I like to come to the source. Besides, the mutual jeopardy makes me feel safer.
Christopher Marlowe: I wish I'd known him when I wrote Hamlet.
Eve: [Adam is exhausted and starving, can barely stand up and Eve has to prop him up against the wall] No funny business!