Neil Hines: Oh Mr. La Fronte, How are you going to do it?
Le Front: For now let us just say I studied my objective well. I know the Hulk's tendencies. I plan to create the ideal environment for him. And if he follows his usual patterns, he's mine.
Le Front: Well Alex, what do you think of him?
Alex: Well he's as good a suspect as anyone hired so far, sir. He's a nice man.
Le Front: Nice? Alex, you wouldn't be losing your objectivity on me, would you?
Alex: No sir.
Le Front: Good. We've been together a long time. I'd hate to see it. Careful about fraternising with nice Mr. Belford. You might have to shoot him.
Dr. Jane Cabot: That creature, what could it have been?
Le Front: I don't know. Aside from it's shape and color it seemed almost human. Perhaps it was some sort of transformation of a man.
Mark Roberts: What makes you think that you can capture the Hulk when everybody else has failed?
Le Front: I said nothing about capture.
Jack McGee: Well, what makes you think that we would give you a license to kill the Hulk?
Le Front: This particular issue does not require a license, I want a business agreement. For one million dollars I guarantee results.
Mark Roberts: A million? We could never afford a sum like that.
Jack McGee: Mark, it isn't a question of the money.
Mark Roberts: Well, I know.
Jack McGee: We don't want the creature killed, just captured.
Mark Roberts: That's exactly what I meant.
Jack McGee: You see if you kill the creature... you also kill a man.
[La Fronte has just exited the office]
Mark Roberts: Jack, I was only trying to get rid of him the easiest way. He's a nut.
Jack McGee: I don't think he's a nut, Mark. I do think he is dangerous.
[Pauline meets Jack McGee at a park where he has been feeding pigeons]
Pauline: You understand the risk I'm taking? If anyone from the office sees me talking to you...
Jack McGee: No one's gonna see you, Pauline. This part of town isn't seedy enough for the Limelite crowd.