Bruce Wayne: This stuff can turn a person's DNA inside out. It's toxic industrial waste. Probably buried several years ago. That's where Wallace fits in.
Terry McGinnis: You're getting a little ahead of me here.
Bruce Wayne: Don't you read the news? It was only ten years ago.
Terry McGinnis: I was seven.
Bruce Wayne: Oh. Well, back then, the DA accused Wallace of dumping this kind of chemical. Nothing was ever proved though. What did you find out about your friend?
Terry McGinnis: Not much, except that Wallace isn't her real father.
Bruce Wayne: Not her father? Now that's intere... um, promising.
Dana: You're cheating.
Terry McGinnis: Am not.
Dana: You have to be cheating. There's no way you could know something like that without a calculator.
Terry McGinnis: People used to.
Dana: You're saying you memorized the multiplication tables? What for?
Terry McGinnis: My dad was a scientist. Guess he wanted me to be ready for anything.
Dana: 15 times 15.
Terry McGinnis: 225.
Bruce Wayne: Interesting.
Terry McGinnis: Interesting? That's all you can say? It was unbelievable!
Bruce Wayne: A word I rarely use.
Terry McGinnis: You think I'm crazy, don't you?
Bruce Wayne: Terry, the sample you gave me was just ordinary soil, plain old dirt.
Terry McGinnis: It was alive!
Bruce Wayne: Okay, supposing it was, do you really think last night will be the end of it?
Bill Wallace: [after telling the story about what happened to Jackie's father, Tony] He had to be dead, that's what we figured, anyway.
Jackie: Why didn't you tell me?
Bill Wallace: You were too young, and besides, it wouldn't have brought him back.
Terry McGinnis: But he is back, isn't he?
Jackie: What do you mean?
Terry McGinnis: That chemical they were dumping had catalyzing properties, it can scramble DNA with other organic materials, like the Earth itself.
Jackie Wallace: Will you please tell me what is going on?
Bill Wallace: There's no time to explain. Now help me get your stuff together.
Jackie Wallace: Those... those things that came up out of the ground, what were they?
Bill Wallace: I... I don't know.
Jackie Wallace: You know. Otherwise, we wouldn't be leaving like this. It's not like you.
Tony Maychek: I don't know about this, Bill.
Bill Wallace: The shaft's totally sealed. No way for a bleed-through.
Tony Maychek: What if there's a quake?
Bill Wallace: Tony, listen to me. We may be cutting corners now, but someday, this company's gonna be very, very big. Don't you want a share of that?
Tony Maychek: You talkin' partnership?
Bill Wallace: I am. Think of Jackie; no mother, just you. You want the best for her, don't you?
Tony Maychek: [shaking hands] Looks like I'm gonna need a rope... partner.
Bill Wallace: Tony?
Earthmover: You... left... me... buried!
Bill Wallace: I thought you were dead.
Earthmover: No! Didn't want partner!
Bill Wallace: That's not true! There was nothing I could do for you, nothing! But there was Jackie. I took care of her like she was my own daughter. Isn't that what you would have wanted?
Earthmover: You stole her!
Bill Wallace: You wanna kill me? Go ahead. I got a lot to answer for, but for God's sakes, let Jackie go.
Earthmover: She stays... and you die.
Batman: I'm at the entrance.
Bruce Wayne: Good. Keep your directional mics open. You might pick up something.
Batman: All right. I'll keep 'em open. Where do I start?
Bruce Wayne: Well, we've got a rough idea of where the house is, and we know the underground rivers can take you almost anywhere in the city. That's the good news.
Batman: And the bad news?
Bruce Wayne: Everything else.
Bill Wallace: Tony? It's you, isn't it? It had to be.
Jackie Wallace: Tony? That was my father's name. But this can't be...
Bill Wallace: Get away from here as fast as you can. Go!
Jackie Wallace: No. I want to know what this is about.
Bill Wallace: Jackie, do what I say! Tony... please... I didn't know. I didn't know!
Jackie Wallace: [Batman steps out of the shadows] Bill, tell me everything. Now.
Bill Wallace: I... I can't.
Batman: Better tell her, unless you want me to.