Boy Skeptic: "Guess what, that phone number would have led to an office in the next building over. But somehow since White Vincent has powers of time travel, he keeps being places seconds before you get there."
INSTITUTE OF SCIENTIFIC PHONE NUMBERS (FROM OLDEN TIMES)
Hank: "I know the names of scientists."
Beck: "I love science, but hate nuclear armaments."
Hank: "I love being skeptical, but I hate being skeptical."
Beck: "Let's talk about God."
Hank: "I am skeptical about that. But believe things."
Science Man: "Who are you? Are you also Nazis and a lady in a ball gown with an odor?"
Hank: "Did she do annoying things? Like make you spit out your gum or throw shoes around in a library where people are trying to read?"
Science Man: "I preferred the Nazi, yes. They were here ten minutes ago. And before them, more people. Know why? This is Einstein's office."
Hank: "Albert Einstein?"
It is at this point that the show Zero Hour deems it necessary to show you a little black and white movie called What Is Albert Einstein that teaches you what an Albert Einstein is. All caught up? Good.
Hank: "Well clearly the German Jew who invented time and space was an Apostle of Christ also. But I wonder where his clock is? Listen, have you heard of any hundred-year-old Jewish physicists on campus anywhere? Perhaps refusing to sit down?"
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Girl Skeptic: "He did once say* the Catholic Church was very 'tight butthole' for resisting the Nazis before anybody else noticed they were Nazis."
Hank: "Did he say anything about a clock? Or standing on a clock for seventy years?"
Skeptikids: "Here's a picture of him from Life magazine I found."
Hank: "Is it helpful?"
Skeptikids: "No, we just found it."
Office Person: "If there were any magic Jesus clocks in here, they might be in his Exhibition of History Stuff, in the next building over."
*(My understanding is that this is actually not true either, so: Way to be skeptical, genius.)
POKER IN THE FRONT, EUCHRE (IST) IN THE BACK
Priests: "One thing Catholics like is gambling. Let's play five-card hold 'em and talk about secret societies."
Fr. Roc: "Have you guys ever heard of any secret societies?"