Carter: "Can we go inside and look around?"
Dean: "No, Carter, we're going to drive past the house really fast and throw all our money at it. That's how you buy a house."
It's a ferret. It was just a reward for moving out here. He's a cute little guy. He pees everywhere... the ferret, not my son.Nora Brannock in The Watcher, Season 1 Episode 1
Stephanie: "Bye, Karen! Looking good."
Karen: "Eat a d-ck, Stephanie."
Nora: "Yeah, bye!"
Dean: "How did you get in here anyway?"
Mo: "Through the hole in the bushes, Sherlock. Only been there for 50 years."
Dean: "Can you just pick the arugula that's growing on your side of the fence?"
Mo: "I just told you it migrated to this side of the fence! Here's how the sun goes... full sun, full sun, blocked! Now, if you were arugula, which side of the fence would you pick?"
Mitch: "Basic f-cking horticulture, friend."
We're only going to be an hour away from the city. Besides, I never see you talking to your friends in person. It's always on the TikTok and the Snap Crackle and the Swinged In.Dean Brannock in The Watcher, Season 1 Episode 1
Mo: "We're getting in our Vitamin D and harvesting the wild arugula that's along the fence."
Mitch: "We used to call it 'rocket'. Now it's all French. You got to call it 'arugula' or else you're racist, or some PC bullshit like that."
Nobody's scared. We're pissed off, is what we are.Dean Brannock in The Watcher, Season 1 Episode 1
Dearest new neighbor at 657 Boulevard. Allow me to welcome you to the neighborhood. How did you end up here? Did 657 Boulevard call to you with its force within? 657 Boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades now and as it approaches its 100th birthday, I'm in charge of watching and waiting for its second coming. Someone watches the house in the 1920s and someone else watched in the 1960s. It is now my time.
Do you know the history of the house? Do you know what lies within the walls of 657 Boulevard? I wonder what brought you here. I see already that you have flooded 657 Boulevard with contractors, so that you can finish the basement. Why was it left that way? It might not frighten you yet, but it will. What else didn't they tell you?
You have two children. I have seen them. Are there more on the way? You need to fill the house with young blood... better for me. It was greed that brought your children here. Once I know their names, I'll call to them and draw them to me. Who am I? There are hundreds of cars that drive by each day. Maybe I am in one. Look out any of the windows in 657 Boulevard, at all the people who stroll by each day. Maybe I am one. This message will not be the last.
I am The Watcher.
He sucked. He really did. He was a real, like, p-ssy and he couldn't, like, make his junk work.Karen Calhoun in The Watcher, Season 1 Episode 1