Ichabod Crane: [after his first motorcycle ride] I want one of those! After this is over.
Ichabod Crane: [Regarding Captain Irving] He died a hero. And in his name, we soldier on.
Nick Hawley: [Smiles as he sees Crane and Jenny enter the bar] Hey! I didn't know you guys like to party.
[His smile disappears at the grim looks on their faces]
Nick Hawley: I'm about to do something less fun, aren't I?
Henry Parrish: [Henry to Ichabod] Tell me of the Abraham's sacrifice, the Akeda. The story of a cruel merciless god, who designed a cruel merciless world. Who could worship a deity who commands a man to sacrifice his own son? Those days have come to an end. True lesson of the story comes not from Abraham but from Isaac, chasm between father and son was never bridged, they never spoke again and justly so: For any man, willing to sacrifice his child should die
[turns and stabs Moloch with blade]
Henry Parrish: and so should any God.