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Kevin: Pregnant Pam and I, we get hungry at the same times so we've been eating together a lot. Not all meals. Just, second breakfast, lunch, second lunch, and first dinner.
Michael Scott: Ho! Ho! Hooo! Contraption! She's contrapting...! Ok, you know what? I think that I should drive you guys to the hospital and here is why. I am a licensed, Class C driver in the state of Pennsylvania . I, gassed up the car--actually I put diesel in this time, trying to safe some money--
Jim Halpert: You shouldn't have done that.
Michael Scott: Happy to do it!
Pam Beesly: Ok, ok, we are not going the hospital, we are waiting until midnight.
Pam Beesly: Oooh. Spooky. But why?
Jim Halpert: Because, the insurance company only covers two nights.
Pam Beesly: Everything's fine. We've got plenty of time.
IT Guy: Well, you don't wanna wait too long Pam. Otherwise the baby's going to come a teenager in there and uh you'll be up all night. From, the rock music.
Michael Scott: Shut up, Nick! God. Weird thing to say. Weird IT Nerd. Don't get revenge on me nerd.
[give an innocent scoff and looks for support]
Angela: What are you looking at?
[packing for the hospital] Will I need a dictionary?
Oscar: No, the hospital will provide a dictionary, bring a thesaurus.
Pam Beesly: (whispering) Oh my God! Wrong baby!
Jim Halpert: (Whispering) What?
Pam Beesly: Wrong baby! This is not our baby!
Dwight Shrute: Sometimes I wake up cradling a gourd.
[pacing nervously in the hallway] I know Pam better than anyone else in this office and obviously she's gone crazy but everybody wants to say that I'm crazy! But I'm not crazy! She's crazy! I'm not crazy! She's crazy! [sitting on the floor reading parenting books] 5 to 7 minutes, [next book] 5 to 7 minutes, [next book] 6 minutes, different but not really, [next book] 5 to 7 minutes [sighs]
Michael Scott: Kevin has an enormous heart. Literally he has an elephant heart, he had a transplant.
[Andy walks up to Erin's desk] Erin, I need you to fax this immediately... and it's really important so I'm gonna stay here and wait for the fax confirmation.
Erin: Oh! Good.
[Cuts to Andy's talking head]
The fax, says, Erin will you have dinner with me, from Andy. And the number is our office fax number.
[Cuts back to scene]
Oh, it's busy. Why don't I keep trying and I'll give you the fax confirmation in a bit.
Andy: Well. Sorry. That's unnaceptable. I need you to send it immediately, or you're fired.
[Erin becomes distraught] You can't talk to me like that. I didn't do anything wrong. I've been having a tough day, and--
Andy: Oh, god, no! I'm- Just read the fax.
Erin: You read the fax!
Andy: I'm- I'm asking you out!
[Erin stares at the fax] Oh my god! That's amazing, haha! Well, let me just fax this [Erin proceeds to fax the paper that Andy gave her] and, I'll check my planner!
Andy: So it's a date!
[Camera pans over to Michael shooting his finger-gun-arrows at Andy and Erin, then bowing as Andy and Erin set a day for their date]
Oscar: They supply the dictionaries, bring the thesaurus!
Pam Beesly: There is no rush to get to the hospital. I'm fine. I'll get there. And if I don't get there, I don't get there.
Dwight Schrute: I love escorting people. In fact, a few years back, I put an ad in the paper starting an escort service. I got a lot of responses. Mostly creeps. Made a few friends.
Pam Beesly: (Starting to cry) I don't think I can do it.
Jim Halpert: (Comforting Pam) Hey are you kidding me?
Michael Scott: (Behind jim trying to also comfort Pam) Are you kidding me?
Jim Halpert: If anyone can do this, you can do this.
Michael Scott: You can do this, you can do this.
Jim Halpert: Pam, I'm scared. I'm real scared.
Michael Scot: I'm scared too.
Kevin: (Trying to also comfort Pam) I'm petrified.
Jim Halpert: But the best news is, we're going to have a baby today, a really awesome baby
Michael Scott: We're gonna have a Ba-by.
Jim Halpert: So let's have it at the hospital.
Michael Scott: Let's do that.
Michael Scott: You want to eat cat food with Kevin and not go to the hospital?