John de Lancie: Dr. Quentin Morris
Dr. Quentin Morris : [to Gwen] You look very sexual... I mean, alluring.
Dr. Quentin Morris : [to Jake and Ted] I expect you two will get along quite well.
Dr. Quentin Morris : [giving lecture] As pathologists, you will learn the nature of disease and it's causes, it's processes, development, and consequences. But far far more than that. I like to think of the pathologist as offering a window to god, if you will. Now, it may be said that pathology is the study of all things human, save the soul of course. But it is in that particular branch of pathology known as forensics, that we will delve into what it means to be inhuman. You will see the perversion, the corruption of the flesh by all means unnatural. And then we will work backwards, always back to that original pristine design, to determine the affecting cause of death.