Jeannie: Are you going just to appease me?
Ralph: Certainly not.

Be careful wherever you're going.


Claude: Shouldn't you be out there working with them?
Seale: Yeah, I probably should.

Holly: Here is what I intend to do today, by myself if I have to. If this entity, if this Cuco is in the process of becoming Claude Bolton, and your information puts him in this town, I am going to out there to try to isolate him.
Ralph: Isolate him from...
Holly: Harm. Blame.
Jeannie: Because, when it starts its killing, Claude's identity will be all over the victims.
Holly: I could be the witness who saves him from a prosecution. I could be the witness who puts a spotlight on this thing's existence, because a human being can not exist in two realities at the same time. When you discovered that footage of Terry in a hotel sixty miles away from where he was supposedly killing Frankie Peterson, it had to run, because of the reinvestigation it knew had to happen. I think it needs to stay in one place for weeks at a time after it kills to regain strength to complete the transformation, but it had to run before it was ready when it was too weak to fend for itself which is why it made a slave out of Jack.

Driver: Are you high on my bus?
Holly: I must have had a nightmare, I woke up -- I'm.
Driver. God damn.

Jeannie: Jesus Christ. Take two sledgehammers and call me in the morning.
Ralph: Hmmm. Honey, it's 5 o clock. Why don't you go back to bed for an hour or so? Alright, I'll make some coffee.
Jeannie: Woah. Wait, wait. What's this?
Ralph: That kid Merlin that we interviewed in Tennessee, the one who stole the white van. So, first of all, he tells us that he didn't see the guy who stole it. Then, he switched the story up, said he did see the guy. Being that he wasn't the most articulate eye-witness, we had him make a sketch of the guy's face, and that's what this is.
Ralph: That's what he said.
Jeannie: So, he saw him too?
Ralph: I don't know, Jeannie.

Jeannie: What do you think about inviting everybody else?
Ralph: Everybody like who?
Jeannie: Like whoever's had anything to do with Terry Maitland. Tameka, Jack Hawskins, Glory.
Ralph: I'm not sure what Holly's going to say, so if it ends up being something awful.
Jeannie: She needs to see that you're making some progress. She needs that pretty badly.

Andy: Hey, how are you?
Holly: Good, Tracy Powell is on the news. I saw him two days ago at Heath Hoffsetter's gravesite. I talked to him, I took some photos, I was just wondering if there was any way.
Andy: You want me to look into it? I'm on it. Hey, can I tell you something that's true? I've been thinking about you all day and the sound of your voice right now, it's like...
Holly: Thank you. Good night, Andy.

If you give me a chance to come on board, I'll show you what an asset I can be.


What? What? What is happening to me? Were the lamps not enough?


Heath Hoffsetter never laid a hand on those girls and Terry Maitland didn't go near that boy.


Ralph: If you don't give them the information, you may not be much use to the case.
Holly: Humor me.

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The Outsider Quotes

Ralph: I'm as baffled by this conflicting evidence as you are. His prints are all over the crime scene, but the TV footage puts him sixty miles away.
Officer: He can't have been in two places at once.

For the what?

Terrence Matland. I'm arresting you for the murder of Frankie Peterson. Terry