Comic-Con Day 4: ‘Heroes’ Return to San Diego, ‘Scream Queens’ Scare Up Hall H

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Comic-Con 2015 wrapped up Sunday evening with FX closing out Hall H with “The Strain” and Denis Leary’s “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll.” For the final day, the San Diego Convention Center was full of familiar faces (Con favorite Ian Somerhalder of “The Vampire Diaries”), newbies (Jamie Lee Curtis who stole the show during “Scream Queens'” debut panel) and, of course, hotly anticipated TV shows, including the return of “Heroes.”

Check out the best quotes from Comic-Con Day 4.

“‘Delena’ sounds, potentially, like a disease. ‘Steroline’ sounds like the cure for the disease.” — Paul Wesley playfully mocks “The Vampire Diaries” ship names, given by fans, for his character and panelist Candice Accola’s, plus Ian Somerhalder’s and Nina Dobrev’s, who exited the CW series earlier this year

“By the way, I have no problem playing a 17-year-old in my mid 60’s.” — Wesley, 32, joked about job security, to which his costar Somerhalder replied, “You don’t look a day over 40!”

“I’ve been selling yogurt that makes you sh-t for 6 years!” — Jamie Lee Curtis, Activia spokesperson, explains why she never made it to Comic-Con before this year’s convention where she was on hand to promote Fox’s “Scream Queens”

“Yeah, I want to play a b–ch…it was delivered.” — “Scream Queens” star Abigail Breslin recalls what she first told Ryan Murphy about her character aspirations for the upcoming horror anthology series

“We’ve had a long rest and a good night sleep and we’re ready to save the world again.” — “Heroes” creator Tim Kring teases his upcoming NBC revival, “Heroes Reborn,” on the Sunday panel, which brought back original star Masi Oka as a surprise

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