BOSS: Despite the protestations of the unruly mob — or perhaps because of them — your offer intrigues me, Scott.
BOSS: Indeed… the mere possibility of me turning away from darkness has caused a level of anguish among my employees I did not expect. Imagine the terror, unease and suffering I could unleash…
SCOTT: Wait a minute… you can’t become good just because it will make people suffer. The desire to make people suffer is evil. You can’t become good when your motives remain evil.
BOSS: I see.
BOSS: In that case, there really doesn’t seem to be much point to it at all.
ALEX: On that note, I’m going home.