- Anne revealing to Mrs. Mills that she doesn't believe everything written in the Bible culminates with this:
Anne: ...and I don't believe that the Holy Spirit is a dove.Nicholas: No, I don't believe that either.Anne: Doves are anything but holy.Nicholas: They poo on our windows.
- This bit, delivered hilariously:
Anne: My name is Anne and I'm walking. I'm walking and my name is Anne.
- The creepy scene scene with Victor in Anne and Nicholas' bedroom becomes rather Hilarious in Hindsight when the end twist reveals that Anne and Nicholas were the ghosts and it was actually Victor's room. Just imagining this kid at war with an annoying ghost girl over the curtains in his own bedroom and getting exasperated telling her and her ghostly brother to get off his bed is hysterical.
- Grace threatens Anne with going to Purgatory, to which Anne launches into a rather awesome defence. She ends it by reminding her mother that Purgatory is only for children who haven't been baptised - and she of course has. Grace for a moment looks impressed against her will. Gilligan Cut to Anne being forced to recite scripture in the hallway as punishment. According to Mrs Mills, she's been there for three days.
- When Mrs Mills asks Grace how long the punishment is going on for, Grace responds that until she learns not to be so stubborn. Mrs Mills even raises her eyebrows at this.