Jim Profit: Pain. The Buddhist Monks believe it exists only to be embraces, that we must fold it into our lives along side pleasure and remember that both are fleeting.
Jim Profit: [voiceover] When two people fall out of love and into hate, they become vulnerable to all manner of passions, fears... and if someone's watching carefully - manipulation.
Jim Profit: Anyone who thinks controlling people is a science is dead wrong: It's an art.
Jeffrey Sykes: I don't like coincidences Jim, especially when they end up wrapped in neat little packages. Always leaves me wondering: who did the wrapping?
Joanne Meltzer: Guard your morals Mr. Sykes, they tend to disappear around here pretty fast.
Jim Profit: You look like a man whose conscience is bothering him.
Jeffrey Sykes: I'm glad you know what a conscience is Jim, since you don't actually possess one.
Jim Profit: You know I've been meaning to get one, I've just been so tied up with work lately.
Bobbi Stakowski: Hey, you got time for a quickie?
Jim Profit: [Jim looks at his watch] Mmmh.
Bobbi Stakowski: [He tries to go, she holds him by his tie] Somebody's gonna get a spanking. Nice and hard.