Holtz: "Angelus? - I've been looking for you."
Angel: "Holtz. - My god."
Holtz: "You have no god, demon."
Holtz: "For two hundred years I slept. For two hundred years - I dreamt of nothing - but this moment."
Angel: "Which would explain why you look so well rested."
Holtz: "I will have justice."
Angel: "No. - I don't think you will. - There is no justice for the things I did to you."
Gunn: "She's gonna pop right here."
Wesley: "The contractions, they're coming more frequently now."
Cordelia: "You think?"
Wesley: "Now it's up to us to protect Angel's unborn child. - Darla, we're trying to take you out of here. Relax. The trick is to breathe. Something like this: Heh, heh, heh, hoh, hoh, hoh, hoh, heh, heh, heh..."
Darla: "I! Don't! Breathe!"
Linwood: "A new player."
Gavin: "Or an old one."
Gavin: "He's gonna crucify us."
Lilah: "They don't crucify here. It's too Christian."
Angel: "What did you have to give up for this second chance?"
Holtz: "Give up? I had nothing to give up. You saw to that."
Angel: "We took a lot from you, that's true. But we didn't get everything. We couldn't take your soul."
Holtz: "What do you know of a soul."
Angel: "I know yours will be destroyed if you allow yourself to be used in the service of evil. - You're a good man, Holtz. A righteous man - and you're being used - for some purpose - other than justice."
Gunn: "Smack him again."
Wesley: "Ow... That hurts."
Cordelia: "Well, you know what they say: birth - painful."
Wesley: "Yes, but generally for the mother, not the bystanders."
Darla: "Doesn't anyone wanna sit back here with me?"
Cordelia: "We're good."
Gunn: "Yeah, it's - comfy."
Darla: "I promise I won't throw anyone out of the car. - Not while it's moving."
Holtz: "This isn't her... She's not even a vampire."
Lilah: "No, I'm an attorney."
Lilah: "Look, if I'd known you were torturing him, I wouldn't have interrupted. Please, continue. I'll wait until your finished."
Holtz: "Do you know what he is?"
Lilah: "Yeah, I know. Vamire, cursed by gypsies who restored his soul. Destined to atone for centuries of evil, wacky sidekicks, yada, yada. I'd have him killed myself, except the people I work for have this... 'policy'."
Holtz: "You said you work for the law."
Lilah: "No, I didn't. I said I'm a lawyer. I don't care about the law."
Angel: "What are we looking at?"
Cordelia: "And the sudden appearance of an eighteenth century vampire hunter in the twenty first century does seem pretty confluey."
Gunn: "You think he's here for the baby?"
Angel: "I don't think he even knows about it."
Fred: "He wouldn't have to. That's the tragic beauty fo a cosmic convergence. I-I mean, he just plays his own small part. He-he comes here looking for Angel and Darla, and in the process ends up finding Angel's unborn child, who, as it turns out, wasn't evil at all as we feared, but was actually meant to be some sort of Messianic figure. But Holtz kills it before it's even born and his vengeance somehow triggers the end of the world!... Or not! It could go either way. - Have you thought of a name yet?"
Lilah: "Now, I've highlighted the sections they seemed to be concentrating on."
Man: "You highlighted an ancient Nyazian Scroll?"
Lilah: "In yellow."
Sahjhan: "This is why I didn't mention it. So Angel has a soul. Big whoop! So did Attila the Hun! Not to mention a heart as big as all outdoors when it came to gift giving. He is still a vampire! Angel, not Attila."
Holtz: "He's not the same vampire."
Sahjhan: "Of course he is! His hair is a little shorter, a little spikier. He's using product. But it's the same guy."
Holtz: "No. He's changed. He's - different."
Angel: "You always did love a view."
Darla: "Look at it. Listen to it. Can you smell it? This world. This horrible world. Why would anyone want to bring a baby into it?"
Angel: "To make it better, maybe?"
Darla: "Or to destroy it finally."
Angel: "Why is it everyone insists on planning my son's future before he's even born?"
Darla: "It wants to come out. I can feel it. It's ready. It's just - I can't let it. I can't let it because... because..."
Angel: "You love it."
Darla: "Completely. I love it completely. I-I-I don't think I've ever loved anything as much as this life that's inside of me."
Angel: "Well - you've never loved anything, Darla."
Darla: "That's true. Four hundred years and I never did - till now."
Angel: "This whole thing is impossible, Darla, but it's happening."
Man: "The prophecy, it's not so much a birth announcement as it is an obituary."
Man: "Yes. The prophet is telling us there will be no birth."
Lilah: "But are you sure?"
Man: "Oh, quite sure! 'For surely in that time, when the sky opens and the heavens weep, there will be no birth, only death'."
Fred: "You gave us quite a scare. - But - I guess you're used to that, what with being a scary thing and all."
Angel: "Is she going to be okay?"
Wesley: "She's tough as nails."
Fred: "And immortal, so that's, you know, in her favor - health wise."
Fred: "The mystical forces that's been protecting the pregnancy..."
Angel: "...is going to end up killing it."
Wesley: "That's my fear."
Angel: "This doens't make any sense. I mean, this whole thing has been a miracle, right? You don't just get half a miracle, do you?"
Cordelia: "Do you always have to be so damned honest?"
Darla: "He's dying. Isn't he?"
Darla: "You lied so much better when you didn't have a soul. - I can feel the life slipping away from me."
Angel: "Then don't let it. You have to fight for this. - Please."
Darla: "I don't know how. My boy. My darling boy. - I told you I had nothing to offer this kid. Some mother... can't even offer it life."
Wesley: "Angel, we could use some vampire strength here."
Angel: "You're gonna be okay."
Darla: "No. No, I don't think so. Once he's gone, I won't be okay. I won't be okay at all. - I don't know what I'll be. - Angel... Our baby is gonna die right here in this alley. - You died in an alley, remember?"
Darla: "This child - Angel, it's the one good thing we ever did together... The only good thing... You make sure to tell him that."
Sahjhan: "Do it! Now's your chance. Do it! Finish it while you still can! You can't just let him walk away! Not now! Not after what you swore to me!"
Holtz: "I swore that I would show no mercy... And I won't."