Stiles Stilinski: What do you remember doing with your grandmother? You know, what was you guys', like, special thing? Did you guys go to the beach? You know, did you like ice cream or...
Lydia Martin: We read.
Stiles Stilinski: Okay. What did you read?
Lydia Martin: "The Little Mermaid".
Stiles Stilinski: You read that movie?
Lydia Martin: It was a book first!
Stiles Stilinski: Try Maddy. It's got to be Maddy.
Lydia Martin: Doesn't Maddy feel a little obvious as a cipher key?
Stiles Stilinski: I guarantee it's Maddy.
[Lydia tries, it doesn't work]
Stiles Stilinski: Okay, your name. She left the code for you, right? So it's got to be your name.
[Lydia types. Another miss]
Stiles Stilinski: Your mom's name?
Stiles Stilinski: ... Do you have any beloved family pets?
Braeden: Hello, Deputy. I'm a U.S. Marshal working in conjunction with this office, and I'd like to ask you a few questions.
Deputy Haigh: Yeah, well, I got a question. How'd you get those scars?
Braeden: A werewolf. How'd you break your nose?
Deputy Haigh: What's that supposed to...
[Braeden breaks his nose]
Scott McCall: What happened to the gun?
Derek Hale: You're covered in gasoline.
Scott McCall: Oh, yeah.
Coach Bobby Finstock: All right... Now I know the start of season bonfire, it's a big deal for you guys. I also know it gets out-of-hand sometimes. The alumni show up, there's other teams, and alcohol. Lots and lots of alcohol.
Coach Bobby Finstock: All right.
Coach Bobby Finstock: SHUT Up! Now, what I don't understand is why anybody would ever want to get stumbling down drunk in front of a massive open fire.
Mason: Am I gonna see you at the bonfire tonight?
Liam Dunbar: Uh... I'm thinking about skipping it.
Mason: You're not skipping.
Liam Dunbar: Why not?
Mason: Because you're on the lacrosse team. Don't you have to go?
Liam Dunbar: I don't, uh... I... I don't think I can make it.
Mason: You're coming. And we're gonna find you a nice girl that you can embarrass yourself in front of and find me a lacrosse player. Because statistically speaking, someone on your team has gotta be on my team.
Scott McCall: What are you doing here?
Malia Tate: Getting drunk. What are you doing?
Scott McCall: Trying to make sure no one gets hurt.
Malia Tate: That sounds fun too.
Young Lorraine Martin: Please don't... Please don't hurt her.
Brunski: Don't hurt who?
Young Lorraine Martin: Ariel.
Sheriff Stilinski: [Reading a hospital form] What's this part here? This line?
Dr. Vandenburg: Patient Responsibility. Parts of the procedure and hospital stay not covered by insurance.
Sheriff Stilinski: Are those big parts? Expensive parts?
Deputy Jordan Parrish: [In a car, Haigh is pouring gasoline] Haigh? What the hell? What are you doing?
Deputy Haigh: You're a good guy, Parrish. But the list says you're worth five million dollars.
Deputy Jordan Parrish: What? I don't know what you're talking about. Haigh, listen... I mean, I barely make $40,000 a year.
Deputy Haigh: I ONLY MAKE 36!
Deputy Jordan Parrish: Haigh, please! Just stop! You don't have to do this. Look, if you're having money problems...
Deputy Haigh: You're worth five million dead, Parrish. Sounds like you got the problem.
Lydia Martin: He's not The Benefactor.
Meredith Walker: No. And... He wasn't on my list. But he was a bad person.
Lydia Martin: He covered you in gasoline?
Sheriff Stilinski: It's the hair and nails, isn't it?
Lydia Martin: The parts of the body that are essentially dead.
Sheriff Stilinski: Well, they should be gone.
Deputy Jordan Parrish: I was set on fire. All of me should be gone.