Isaac Jaffe: Danny, every morning I leave an acre and a half of the most beautiful property in New Canaan, get on a train and come to work in a fifty-four story glass high rise. In between I step over bodies to get here - 20, 30, 50 of 'em a day. So, as I'm stepping over them I reach into my pocket and give them whatever I've got.
Dan Rydell: Your'e not afraid they're gonna spend it on booze?
Isaac Jaffe: I'm hoping they're going to spend it on booze. Look, Dan, these people, most of 'em, it's not like they're one hot meal away from turning it around. For most of 'em the clock's pretty much run out. You'll be home soon enough. What's wrong with giving them a little novacaine to get 'em through the night?
Casey McCall: It's a vicious circle.
Dan Rydell: It is.
Casey McCall: It's a neverending circle.
Dan Rydell: Just keeps going round and round.
Casey McCall: Never ends.
Dan Rydell: That's what makes it vicious.
Casey McCall: And a circle.
[Re: Mount Everest]
Jeremy Goodwin: 29,000 feet. Do you know how tall that is?
Will: It's 29,000 feet.
Jeremy Goodwin: Yes.
Chris: It's actually 29,029 feet.
Dana Whitaker: But it's those last ten yards that'll kill ya.
Jeremy Goodwin: It's huge. It's 8,848 meters.
Natalie Hurley: It sounds more impressive at 29,000 feet.
Jeremy Goodwin: Alright, I'm going to stick with 29,000 feet. How can I best express this? How many of what kind of thing would we have to line up end to end?
Elliot: Twenty-nine thousand rulers.
Dan Rydell: [on the air] The Olympic gold-medal-winning gymnast and high school sophomore said that after all those years of hard work, it was a relief to finally realize her life-long dream. Good to get that out of the way at fifteen.
Casey McCall: I climb. I'm a climber.
Dan Rydell: You climb at your gym.
Casey McCall: Darm tootin' I do, and it's a challenging ascent.
Dan Rydell: It's a wall in a gym.
Casey McCall: It simulates a Class III mountain.
Natalie Hurley: I hear the air gets pretty thin up near the juice bar.
Casey McCall: I'm starving.
Elliot: I know.
Casey McCall: Did you tell them that I'm starving?
Casey McCall: And?
Elliot: They really seemed to care.
Natalie Hurley: Two guys have ascended five miles into the sky. They walked up a wall of ice, and are preparing to knock on the door of Heaven itself. There's really no end to what we can do. You know what the trick is?
Dan Rydell: What?
Natalie Hurley: Get in the game.
Dana Whitaker: The lights go down, and this woman with a voice like thunder - this woman, she summons all the animals of the jungle to appear and honor the birth of the new lion king. She *summons* the animals with her voice, and do you know - do you know what happens next?
Dan Rydell: The animals appear?
Dana Whitaker: The animals *appear*!
Casey McCall: Kim!
Kim: Nobody's delivering.
Casey McCall: Nobody's delivering?
Kim: Nobody's delivering.
Casey McCall: But we're in New York City!
Kim: Yes, I know. I recognize the big buildings.