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  • Graham Hess: "Caroline, please stop calling me Father"
    Graham Hess: Caroline, please stop calling me Father.
    Officer Caroline Paski: "What's the matter?"
    Officer Caroline Paski: What's the matter?
    Morgan Hess: "I can't hear my children."
    Morgan Hess: I can't hear my children.


  • Bo Hess: There's a monster outside my bedroom. Can I get a glass of water?


  • Graham Hess: It's happening...


  • Ray Reddy: I've never fallen asleep while driving before. It had to be at that right moment. That 10-15 seconds when I passed her walking. It's like it was meant to be.


  • Morgan Hess: Listen, Bo. This is very important. Everything people have written in science books is about to change. The history of the world's future is on the TV right now. We need to record this so you can show your children this tape and say you were there. For your children, Bo.


  • Officer Caroline Paski: How certain are you that this was a male?
    Merrill Hess: Oh, I don't know any girls who could run like that.
    Officer Caroline Paski: I don't know, Merrill. I've seen some of those women on the Olympics. They can run like the wind.
    Merrill Hess: This guy got on our roof in like a second. Our roof is ten feet high.
    Officer Caroline Paski: They have women's high-jumping in the Olympics. They've got these Scandinavian women who could jump clean over me.


  • Officer Caroline Paski: So how are you, Merril?
    Morgan Hess: Fine.
    Officer Caroline Paski: How was work at the gas station?
    Merrill Hess: Stimulating.


  • Merrill Hess: We both go outside, run around the house in opposite directions. We act crazy, make them crap in their pants, and force them around until we meet up on the other side.
    Graham Hess: Explain 'act crazy'.


  • Graham Hess: That was quick Caroline, I only called you folks two hours ago.
    Officer Caroline Paski: Old Mrs. Kindelman twisted her ankle, as she puts it, 'diving for her life' when a bunch of school kids rode down the sidewalk on skateboards. She went down to Thorten's store this morning and started spitting on the new skateboards. Spitting! By the time I got there, Mrs. Kindelman had sprayed the whole damn place!


  • Graham Hess: We're gonna board up every window in this house.
    Merrill Hess: How do we know boards will do anything?
    Graham Hess: Because they seem to have trouble with pantry doors.


  • Bo Hess: There's a monster outside my room. Can I have a glass of water?
    Graham Hess: What's wrong with the water next to your bed?
    Bo Hess: It tastes old.


  • Graham Hess: Bo! Where's Morgan? Bo?
    Bo Hess: Are you in my dream, too?
    Graham Hess: This is not a dream.


  • Graham Hess: Is it possible that there are no coincidences?


  • Graham Hess: People break down into two groups. When they experience something lucky, group number one sees it as more than luck, more than coincidence. They see it as a sign, evidence, that there is someone up there, watching out for them. Group number two sees it as just pure luck. Just a happy turn of chance. I'm sure the people in group number two are looking at those fourteen lights in a very suspicious way. For them, the situation is a fifty-fifty. Could be bad, could be good. But deep down, they feel that whatever happens, they're on their own. And that fills them with fear. Yeah, there are those people. But there's a whole lot of people in group number one. When they see those fourteen lights, they're looking at a miracle. And deep down, they feel that whatever's going to happen, there will be someone there to help them. And that fills them with hope. See what you have to ask yourself is what kind of person are you? Are you the kind that sees signs, that sees miracles? Or do you believe that people just get lucky? Or, look at the question this way: Is it possible that there are no coincidences?


  • Morgan Hess: Swing away, Merrill. Merrill? Swing away.


  • Graham Hess: People break down into two groups. When they experience something lucky, group number one sees it as more than luck, more than coincidence. They see it as a sign, evidence, that there is someone up there, watching out for them. Group number two sees it as just pure luck. Just a happy turn of chance. I'm sure the people in group number two are looking at those fourteen lights in a very suspicious way. For them, the situation is a fifty-fifty. Could be bad, could be good. But deep down, they feel that whatever happens, they're on their own. And that fills them with fear. Yeah, there are those people. But there's a whole lot of people in group number one. When they see those fourteen lights, they're looking at a miracle. And deep down, they feel that whatever's going to happen, there will be someone there to help them. And that fills them with hope. See what you have to ask yourself is what kind of person are you? Are you the kind that sees signs, that sees miracles? Or do you believe that people just get lucky? Or, look at the question this way: Is it possible that there are no coincidences?


  • Bo Hess: There's a monster outside my room, can I have a glass of water?


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