Mrs. Lincoln: I'm not afraid of you, or your evil kind. God our creator will condemn you to hellfire along with terrorists, atheists, homosexuals, democrats, liberals, socialists... Greenpeace... and all the other unnatural abominations.
Mrs. Lincoln: Well, slap my ass and call me Sally!
Amma: Casters have been fighting alongside mortals for centuries. Just because they're supernatural don't make them any smarter.
Amma: Close your eyes, say with your mind what you're looking for as if you've already found it.
Amma: Did you go for a run last night?
Ethan Wate: Yep.
Amma: Did it help you sleep?
Ethan Wate: I envy people in comas.
Amma: God gives us what we can handle, even if we don't believe it ourselves.
Reverend Stephens: I don't want to preach today, instead I just wanna talk to you, about a word we don't hear much anymore. Sacrifice. It's not what I would call a modern word. People hear the word sacrifice, and they become afraid that something will be taken away from them or that they will have to give up something they couldn't live without. Sacrifice, to them, means loss in a world telling us we could have it all. But I believe true sacrifice is a victory. That's because it requires free will to give up something for someone you love, or something or someone you love more than yourself. I won't lie to you. It's a gamble. Sacrifice wont take away pain and loss, but it wins the battle against bitterness, the bitterness that dims the light on all of the true value in our lives.
Lena Duchannes: Bless your heart, sugar. You must have been first in your litter.
Lena Duchannes: Ethan promise me one thing; it will be a perfectly normal human date.
Ethan Wate: I swear. I won't even call you after the date.
Lena Duchannes: Jerk.
Ethan Wate: Witch.
Lena Duchannes: Jock.
Lena Duchannes: Genevieve used the forbidden spell to give life to the one she loved. To break the curse, the one that I love has to die.