Edward: You're a very very strange person, Hector. The kind of person I normally avoid like the plague. I'm glad I didn't.
Professor Coreman: How many of us, I wonder, can recall that childhood moment when we experienced happiness as a state of being. That single moment of untarnished joy. That moment when everything in our world, inside and out, was all right. Everything was all right.
Old Monk: Would you like to come in?
Hector: Yes, please. 'Cause I might not be around next week.
Old Monk: The moment of death is indeed uncertain. Come in.
Alan: There a big difference between being here, and being here to be photographed being here.
Agnes: Kids, this is... this is mommy's Hector.