Rex Meacham: This is your last chance, Kate. I could still convince J.C. to keep you here if you just agree to join Project Cobalt.
Kate Leavitt: First of all, I'm not "Kate" to you... not anymore. And second of all, no thanks, I'm done being your lab rat. I already have my things packed and I'll be out of here by tomorrow. So, until then, why don't you just stay out of my way.
Bennell: Come on, Dr. Leavitt, be reasonable. After the U.S. wins this war, I'm sure they'll close Project Cobalt and we can get back to making people happy. You're one of the most talented scientists I've ever had the pleasure of working with, and I really hate to see you go.
Medford: I'm with Dr. Bennell. I mean, it's just not going to be the same without you here.
Kate Leavitt: I appreciate what you're both saying, but my mind's made up. Bradberton might own half of Massachusetts, but I'll be damned if I'm going to let him own me. And if you two were smart, you'd both get out of here...
Bennell: What the hell is that alarm? What's that noise?
Meacham: Oh my god. It's happening. How could it be happening now? I thought we were winning this war. Have they launched missiles at us? Damn it... I wish we could see what was going on outside!
Medford: Oh my god... the door just sealed. We're stuck down here.
Kate Leavitt: What are you talking about? There's no way out?
Medford: It's a built in safety precaution. Bradberton must have hit the panic button in his office. It seals all the high security areas up tight, his vault, our lab, the power plant's control center... all of it. We have to face facts. We might be down here for a long time.
Kate Leavitt: Well, Rex... looks like you got what you wanted.