Profit (1996– )
Jim Profit: When the smoke clears, and you get right down to it, only three things really matter: your faith, your fortitude, and your family. Good night.
[Profit holds up a syringe]
Bobbi Stokowski: I have diabetes.
Jim Profit: Then you shouldn't shoot heroin.
Jim Profit: [Voice over] Anyone who thinks controlling people is a science is dead wrong.
Jim Profit: It's an art.
Jim Profit: [speaking to Gail] Gail, the key to getting where you want to go is the choices you make.
Jim Profit: [voice-over] When a crisis hits, the key is, never be afraid to improvise.
Charles Henry "Chaz" Gracen: The day he gets hit by a bus, I believe in God again.
Charles Henry "Chaz" Gracen: Right after old Douggie had his little mid life crisis, chucked his company and joined a monastary... had to take one last shot at me before shaving his head donning his robes... Nothing like a monk with a grudge.
Jim Profit: [voice-over] We must welcome adversity and embrace struggle. And no matter what we get from life, never give less than 100%. Of course at the end of every battle-weary day, we fold ourselves into peaceful darkness and find comfort in those gentle words -
Jim Profit: good night.
Gail Koner: I thought revenge would feel good and I'm sure that he deserves whatever he gets, but it doesn't feel right.
Jim Profit: 'Course it doesn't, Gail. Revenge is pointless. It's a tool for the weak. And you're not weak.
[looks over at the box containing Dr. Batewell]
Jim Profit: Not any more.
Jim Profit: [voice-over] The key to real success is to take all your fears and put them in a box and lock them away. Of course not every evil can be tied up in a neat little package. But that's the challenge - to face our own personal darkness and to put our demons where they can't hurt us any more, to do what we can to make the world
Jim Profit: a better place.
Charles Henry "Chaz" Gracen: Gee is that all? I mean, after this comes out, I might still be able to get a job... wearing a hair net and asking "Would you like fries with that?"