Invisible Man: I told you not to follow me. Peter: I need help. You live up here? Invisible Man: You're not a fast learner, eh, mate? Peter: I took care of a man who owned this building. His name was Charles Deveaux. Invisible Man: Never heard of him. Peter: You don't think that's strange? I worked here. The place where you live and keep your birds. Invisible Man: I don't keep anything. I let 'em out once a day, they come back. Sounds like free will to me. Peter: I need to learn how to control this. Like you do. Invisible Man: What are you talking about? It can't be controlled. Peter: There has to be some way. If, if I don't, New York explodes. Okay? I explode. Invisible Man: An exploding man, where'd you get that idea? Peter: My dreams. This place. I found you for a reason. I think you're the one that has to teach me how to stop this. Invisible Man: There's no such thing. No teaching. No Sunday school for the special. What I can do, you can't learn. You wake up in the morning, it's there. If you've got thin soup, then that's your supper. Sorry, mate, that's the way it is. Peter: I'm trying not to die. There's got to be something you can do. Invisible Man: I can kill you myself right now. Solve your exploding problem here. Maybe that's why you dreamt me. Don't bother looking for me. You won't find me here again.