- There once was a story about a man that could turn invisible. I thought it was only a story until it happened to me. You see, there's this stuff called quicksilver that bends light. My brother and some scientists made into a synthetic gland and that's where I come in. You see, I was facing life in prison, so we made a deal, they put the gland in my brain, I walk free. The operation was a complete success, but that's where everything started to go wrong.
- Darien Fawkes: What, you never had an invisible friend?
Robert Hobbes: I had invisible enemies
- Darien Fawkes: Being blackmailed by the government really gets a guy in touch with his emotions.
- Darien Fawkes: They say, 'He who sups with the Devil needs a long spoon.' I was making dinner reservations for two...
- Darien Fawkes: You gotta fix me.
The Keeper: Did you break yourself already?
- Darien Fawkes: George Orwell said that 'Myths which are believed in, tend to become true'. Now, I've never been big on belief, but I believe in something now. That a big chunk of myth is locked inside my head. Yeah, I figure that makes me about two percent myth, myself. Two percent of everything people disregard, disbelieve and secretly hope is real.
- Darien Fawkes: Ray Bradbury said, 'I don't try to describe the future. I try to prevent it'. Eh, I figured it was time I took that kind of control.
[Final quote of final episode]
1x3 The Catevari
1x7 The Devil You Know
1x8 Liberty and Larceny
1x9 The Value of Secrets
- Darien: I got a question. If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, how much knowledge does a person need before they're safe? My guess? I'll never be safe again.
- Darien: A 19th century scientist, Thomas Huxly, once asked, "If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, how much knowledge does a person need before they're safe?" My guess? A whole hell of a lot.