Christine: What is the going rate for a trapped-in-an-elevator adventure?
Nicholas: Seymour Butts. Never get tired of that one.
Nicholas: I don't care about the money. I'm pulling back the curtain. I want to meet the wizard.
Conrad: They just fuck you and they fuck you and they fuck you, and then just when you think it's all over, that's when the real fucking starts.
Nicholas: No, what is this? What are you... selling?
Jim Feingold: Oh. It's a game.
Nicholas: I got this key out of a mouth of this... wooden clown.
Christine: ...Never mind.
Conrad: They won't leave me alone! I'm a goddam human piñata.
New Member Ted: You know, I envy you. I wish I could go back and do it for the first time, all over again. Here's to new experiences.
Nicholas: I'm being toyed with by a bunch of depraved children.
Nicholas: Did I have a choice? Did I have a choice?
Daniel Schorr: Discovering the object of the game is the object of the game.
Jim Feingold: The game is tailored specifically to each participant. Think of it as a great vacation, except you don't go to it, it comes to you.
Jim Feingold: We're like an experiential Book-of-the-Month Club.