Jake Bohm: Human beings are not the strongest species on the planet. We're not the fastest, or maybe even the smartest. The one advantage we have is our ability to cooperate, to help each other out. We recognize ourselves in each other, and were programmed for compassion, for heroism, for love, and those things make us stronger, faster and smarter. That's why we've survived. It's why we want to.
Becca Klepper: [having bumped into a man knocking a jar out of his hands] I'm sorry. I didn't see you. You came out of nowhere. Look, I've got to go see a man about a dog, but I can call for someone to clean up this dirt for you.
Ravi: [stooping down raking it up] It's not dirt! It's my father.
Martin Bohm: Did I even save the owner's life? How should I know? And if I did, why don't I know that that's why Jake sent me? It doesn't make any sense.
Arthur Teller: Sense? Oh, is that what you're looking for? Sense?
Martin Bohm: Well, I'm trying to figure this out. I'd like some answers.
Arthur Teller: So it's about you, is it?
Martin Bohm: What about Becca?
Arthur Teller: She doesn't want a father. Won't even return my letters. I figured at least I could leave her some insurance money if I got killed in a robbery. I couldn't even get that right. So I'll go out the way I came in, alone.
Jake Bohm: [narrating] Seven billion people on a tiny planet, suspended in the vastness of space all alone. How we make sense of that is the great mystery of our frail existence. Maybe it's being alone in the universe that holds us all together, keeps us needing one another in the smallest of ways, creating a quantum entanglement of you, of me, of us. And if that's really true, then we live in a world where anything is possible.
Martin Bohm: There were so many things I wanted to teach you. That's, uh how I always thought it was supposed to be. That that's what being a father was - me teaching you. Now it turns out
Martin Bohm: it's you teaching me. And I want you to know that I'm okay with that. Okay, Jake? I'm okay. I understand now. It's a road map.
Martin Bohm: You get some sleep, Jake. I'll see you in the morning.