Ben Cheviot: Well, it seems I have little choice but to back you against the police. Provided, of course, that the charges against Carter are completely unfounded. What exactly are they, anyway?
Murray: Credit fraud.
Ben Cheviot: Credit fraud? My God, that's worse than murder!
[Bryce and Edison are about to be frozen to death]
Bryce Lynch: This is highly unusual. I find myself regretting all the things I'll now never experience. I'll never complete my collection of the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe accessories... never have a clear complexion. I suppose this is the price I pay for that remark about challenging God.
Edison Carter: Don't worry, Bryce, it's a perfectly normal reaction. It's called "fear".
Bryce Lynch: I've never felt this before. It's rather exhilarating.
Edison Carter: Heh... that's not quite the word I would choose, but then again, you're pretty unique.
Edison Carter: Security Systems has its tendrils into every element of our society - the government, our homes, the police, the courts - I'm not gonna spike this story just because it deals with dollar amounts beyond your comprehension! It's too important!
Theora Jones: Murray, we're trying to play this takeover as a threat to our average viewer. Nobody knows who's doing it. I mean, we all deal with SS every day - what if some really dangerous people got control of it?
Murray: Who do you think controls it now?