Cromartie: In 1897 James Atkinson invented the mousetrap - its springs slam shut in 38 thousands of a second. It is a record that has never been beaten. It is hard to build a better one.
[Cameron is examining the chimney]
Cameron Phillips: There's something alive up there.
Sarah Connor: Is it something that can hurt us?
Cameron Phillips: It's a bird. I'll kill it before it flies away.
Sarah Connor: No.
Cameron Phillips: Maybe later?
Sarah Connor: Maybe never.
Riley: [about an earlier phone call] That was your weird sister, right?
John Connor: No, it was my weird mother.
John Connor: [on Kacy] Nobody that pregnant should be forced to watching network television; it's bad for the baby.
Sarah Connor: You don't know anything about babies.
Cameron Phillips: Your mother told me to keep an eye on you.
John Connor: Yeah well, that doesn't mean you have to go everywhere I do.
Cameron Phillips: Yes it does.
John Connor: Just because my mother said it doesn't make it so. I'm not a child anymore; I can go to the store or see a friend or do whatever the hell else people like me do.
Cameron Phillips: There are no other people like you.
[Cameron is standing in the middle of a room]
Cameron Phillips: This is the absolute center of the house.
John Connor: [unenthusiastic] Excellent, good work.
Cameron Phillips: The house is moving.
John Connor: What...?
Cameron Phillips: Moving. The east by southeast section of the house is moving.
John Connor: Really. Where's it going?
Cameron Phillips: Down. At a rate of point nine three millimeters per year.
John Connor: And what? Does that affect the security system or, uh, sidelines with the night scope - how does this affect the safety of one John Connor?
Cameron Phillips: It doesn't. But next time we're going to have to repaint.
Michelle Dixon: What are you doing here? I know he brought you; you didn't have to come.
Sarah Connor: Guess I did.
Michelle Dixon: For Charley?
Sarah Connor: I just did. I agree, I thought it'd be easier - I thought you'd be dead.
Pastor: [from a funeral oration] We walk by faith, not by sight, and so fix our eyes not on what is seen but what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary; what is unseen eternal.