Priest: "No, because they are secret. Is this about you getting your throat slit in the pilot? Because that seems like an interesting story..."
Fr. Roc: "-- Good hang, fellow men of the cloth."
INSTITUTE OF EINSTEIN STUFF
FBI: "I guess White Vincent beat us here too, and got the clock."
Hank: "When will this episode ever end?"
Everybody: "Let's chill and find out."
HOLD UP I HAVE AN IMPORTANT MEETING WITH A LITTLE BOY
White Vincent: "Speaking Apocalypse Antichrist-to-Apocalypse Antichrist, I have something for you to write down in spooky backwards cuneiform."
Little Boy: "I thought this show needed more crap going on."
White Vincent: "Tell your mom or whoever, Amy Irving, that I have three clocks but not the Thing under the Cathedral yet."
Little Boy: (Writes it down; is smug and creepy.)
Boy Skeptic: "Are you reading a website? I love websites!"
Other Streep: "Me too. They're my favorite kind of sites."
Boy Skeptic: "Other than porn, mine too."
Other Streep: "I have a gun, so."
Boy Skeptic: "Anyway, do you know Who is Albert Einstein?"
Other Streep: "Just another Jew with a chalkboard."
Boy Skeptic: "Whoa. Did you know that he wrote down the secrets of energy on that chalkboard, and then erased it as he was dying?"
Other Streep: "For a skeptic you are not that skeptical about things."
Hank: "Well, I give up. It's that time in the episode where I stop believing in things."
Girl Skeptic: "Remember that clock? It wasn't the clock we're looking for. White Vincent tripped up and got the wrong clock."
Hank: "I'm skeptical about that!"
Girl One: "Well, think about it. His famous clock in his office was a Biedermeir heirloom that was passed down through his family in the 1800s."
Hank: "So, not a Rosicrucian Jesus clock? Because that would be... I wanna say older?"
Girl One: "No, younger. Remember those cute guys in the suspenders were under the church making clocks in 1938."
Hank: "So it should be around here, but not in his stuff. And he was an Apostle of Made-Up Jesus, so he would have been more focused on the clock than real-life stuff..."