Jacinta García: Come on. Everyone to the street. Anyone who touches the food gets their hand cut off. This day it happens for real.
Victoria Martínez González: She's gonna dehydrate from drooling so much.
Jacques Noiret: [strapped to a gurney] Let me go. I'm not crazy.
Doctor: Calm down. You will be soon.
Hugo Alonso: Does everyone miss me?
María Almagro: [flatly] Oh, yeah, totally. We're all crying for you.
Hugo Alonso: You finally decided to talk to me. Was it a stroke of courage?
María Almagro: You got it wrong. Rats don't scare me.
Alicia Corral: The most convenient thing, for now, is that the rest of the students don't know what's going on.
Victoria Martínez González: They have a right to know the truth.
Martín Moreno: Guys, we know this isn't an easy decision, but we have no other choice.
Marcos Novoa Pazos: You're lying to them, and you're making us lie, too.
Elsa Fernández Campos: That's enough! If we're not telling the whole truth, it's to avoid everyone from panicking, like you. We're treating you like adults. Let's see if you can act that way.
Marcos Novoa Pazos: You can try to deceive everyone if you want, but we're not playing along.
[the teens leave]
Lucía: [examining Evelyn] Her pupils are dilated and her pulse is fast. Jacinta, we have to operate.
Evelyn Pons: Lucia, uh... my nose isn't bleeding. It's ketchup.
Lucía: [in false alarm] Catsup is coming out of your nose? It's more serious than I thought. Jacinta, get a knife from the kitchen - one of the big ones, for meat.