Man: Thank you. I can't believe I'm thanking these people for staggering your way through aperture sciences propulsion gel testing. You've made some real contributions to society for a change and for that humanity is grateful. If you had any belongings, please take them out [SP] now. We don't want old newspapers and sticks cluttering up the building. For many of you, I realize 60 dollars is an unprecedented windfall so don't go spending it all on- I don't know. Caroline, what do these people buy? Tattered hats, beer, dirt?
Computer [SP]: Caroline, Caroline, Caroline, why do I know this woman? Did I kill her? Oh my God! Look, you're doing a great job. Can you handle things for yourself for a while? I need to think.
Kill it. It's evil. It flew off. Good for him. Alright, back to thinking.
Man: Welcome to the enrichment center. Since making test participation mandatory for all employees, the quality of our test subjects has risen dramatically. Employee retention, however, has not. As a result, you may have heard we're gonna phase out human testing. There's still a few things left to wrap up though. The bean counters told me we literally could not afford to buy 7 dollars worth of moon rocks, much less 70 million. Bought them anyway, ground them up, mixed them into a gel. And guess what? Ground up moon rocks are pure poison. I am deathly ill. Still, it turns out they're a great portal conductor. So now, we're gonna see if jumping in and out of these new portals can somehow leach the lunar poison out of a man's bloodstream. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Let's all stay positive and do some science. That's it and I would really appreciate if you could test as fast as possible. Caroline, please bring me more pain pills.