Ginge: [recalling Jedikiah] Well, he said that this here hyperspace is everywhere and nowhere and... Oh, I don't know. I can't remember. I didn't understand it anyway.
Stephen: "Everywhere and nowhere, that fragment of time that isn't time that lies between the end of one micro-second and the beginning of the next, that space that isn't space that lies between the curving dimensions of eternity."
Ginge: That's it. That's what he said exactly. How do YOU know?
Stephen: I was THERE. I remember it perfectly. The dimension that makes star travel possible and time travel possible.
Rabowski: Blue blood runs in MY veins.
Carol: The result of too much inbreeding. I might have guessed.
Jedikiah: I have to remain here to operate the Time Key.
Rabowski: I could do that. I'll stay here. You take Coffi and the Medusa.
Jedikiah: So you can cut off the time arch and leave me stranded in the twentieth century? Hm. No, Rabowski, YOU must go, but think just for one moment of the importance of your mission.
Rabowski: To capture a few kids and bring 'em back here for you to slaughter?
Jedikiah: Rabowski, what's the universe like out there, the universe that has driven you into the empty exile of hyperspace?
Rabowski: I told you before. It's full of those damn telepaths.
Jedikiah: Exactly. But supposing it wasn't.
Rabowski: What d'you mean? It is, and that is an irrevocable fact.
Jedikiah: You're telling me earlier how delicate the time balance is, how easily upset. Supposing it could be upset so that there WERE no telepaths?
Rabowski: A universe of men.
Jedikiah: Just think about it. Men to be your friends, men to be your enemies, no more loneliness, no more exile.
Rabowski: How different my life would have been.
Jedikiah: Exactly. Go down the Time Lanes, my friend, and strangle the development of the Earth's telepaths at the very root. Bring me the Tomorrow People and you will be a man amongst men.