May Wexler: Careful. Slow down. You got a little one in there.
April Shepard: I've done this many times before. Heh.
May Wexler: Oh, well. You had two hands then.
April Shepard: Really? Are you gonna go there?
May Wexler: I'm just saying it's okay to ask for a little help. Besides, your husband should be here. And where is he? Oh, he's probably getting eaten by another shark.
Fin Shepard: Madam Vice President, this is my brother-in-law Martin.
Martin Brody: I'm the good looking one.
Vice President Sonia Buck: Yeah. Now you know how I feel.
Martin Brody: I like her.
Lucas Stevens: One of my computer-modeled scenarios was a large low-pressure cell with multiple sharknadoes. If enough of them merge, the whole storm will start to rotate.
Nova Clarke: Merging sharknadoes?
Lucas Stevens: Sharkicane.
General Gottleib: Can there be such a thing?
Lucas Stevens: I could be wrong. Bio meteorology is not really an exact science yet.