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Benjamin King
If only Angela could see me now. My sister never would believe any of this.
— Benjamin King - Random line spoken while on The Ship

Benjamin King
My name is Benjamin muthafuckin' King. I'm the man who took my crew from being a bunch of baby gangstas in Sunnyvale to being one of the most influential and feared forces in the god damn city.
— Benjamin King, during a heated argument with his lieutenant Warren Williams.[1]

Benjamin King
Damn good work, Tony. I'll stop by after I pay a visit to Hughes.
— Benjamin King in the The Generation Gap cutscene

Benjamin King
Don't worry about it. Look, if it was one of mine I'll take care of it, but I'm tellin' ya, I don't care what colors they were wearing, it was that crew from Saint's Row I was tellin' you about. No, I'm not makin' any excu-- I will. Tell your wife I said hello. Goodbye, Alderman.
— Benjamin King in the Boiling Point cutscene

Benjamin King
I'll have Monroe put some pressure on the Saints. While they're distracted, it should be easy to take back what's ours. Everything else is business as usual, understood? Now, this meeting is over.
— Benjamin King in the "All the King's Men" cutscene

Benjamin King
Okay, it looks like the cops have been getting in on some of King's protection rackets; that's why they've been goin' so easy on the VKs. We gotta go public with this shit. Now if we--
— Dex in the Subtlety is the Key cutscene

Benjamin King
The Vice Kings are named after one guy: Benjamin King. That shit don't happen unless you're a professional or a bad ass, and in King's case, he's both.
— Johnny Gat in the Woman Troubles cutscene

Benjamin King
Don't let his philanthropy fool you; this guy is the same banger he was in the 70's,[sic] he just traded in his bandana[sic] for a suit and tie.
Undercover officer, during their report on the Vice Kings to Chief Monroe.[2]

Benjamin King
The Vice Kings are named after one guy: Benjamin King. That shit don't happen unless you're a professional or a bad ass, and in King's case, he's both.
Johnny Gat, introducing Playa to the Vice Kings.[3]

Benjamin King
You've been puttin' yourself before the crew...
— Warren Williams in the We Need to Talk cutscene

Benjamin King
Fuck! Listen carefully, playa. Benjamin King just called. It seems like one of his boys got a big head and tried to take him out. He's pinned down in the park right now and needs some help. Now, what happens to King may not mean shit to you, but him and me, we got history. I owe King from way back in the day, and he ain't gonna eat it if I can help it. You're gonna go out there and save his ass, understand? I ain't fuckin' around, playa, you bring King back here safe. You feel me?
— Julius, briefly informing Playa of his and King's past, and ordering Playa to save King.[4]

Benjamin King
Everybody, calm the fuck down. We ain't gonna start a war every time some muthafuckas act hard.
— King, upon learning of Kingdom Come Records' destruction and the loss of Prawn Court.[5]

Benjamin King
So does Julius ever talk about growing up in Sunnyvale? What, you thought he was from the Row? The problem with burying the past is that you forget about it, you know what I'm sayin?
— King, discussing Julius' past with Playa.[6]

Benjamin King
I bet Julius gave ya the whole "I don't care what flags they're flyin" speech, didn't he? I wrote that shit years ago, and the mother fucker hasn't forgot it...
— King, discussing Julius' past with Playa.[6]

Benjamin King
Your easy to talk to, you know that? I don't gotta worry about you interrupting me or any of that shit... That was Warrens problem...that mother fucker never knew when to shut up and listen...
— King, noting Playa's silence.[6]

Benjamin King
Ya know that even if you wipe out the Vice Kings it ain't gonna be over, right? There's always someone lookin' to take what you have...some punk who want's to make a name for himself, some girl you fucked and never called back... The fact is, once your in the game there only way you're getting out is if your dead or in jail.
— King, ominously foreshadowing later events in the Saints Row series while talking to Playa.[6]

Benjamin King
Way to go, son. It's a shame Julius found you first. We coulda owned this town.
— King, lamenting on what could have been if Playa had joined the Vice Kings over the 3rd Street Saints.[6]

Hector Lopez
Those pendejos in Saint's Row are the ones who took our shipment. With the Colombians arriving, we can't show any weakness.
— Hector Lopez, "Meet the Lopezes" cutscene

Hector Lopez
I know Lopez: once we steal from him he ain't gonna back off until we're dead, or he is.
— Troy, during The Missing Shipment

Hector Lopez
Victor, Angelo... gather your men together. It's time to tear Saint's Row apart.
— Hector Lopez, "Meet the Lopezes" cutscene

Mr. Wong
I do not joke about Sadie.
— Mr. Wong, regarding Shogo Akuji killing his dog.[7][8]

Mr. Wong
How was I supposed to know she was Wong's daughter?
— Black Male civilian in Saints Row

Mr. Wong
Julius was weak, leave him to rot
— Mr Wong

Mr. Wong
Run
— Mr Wong

Westside Rollerz
A bunch of speed freaks from the suburbs who saw one too many movies... Normally I'd just write 'em off as a bunch of punks (what sort of gang that takes themselves seriously spells their name with a 'z'), but someone is getting these kids organized.
— Troy Bradshaw, in the Saints Row Manual

Johnny Gat
You can never have too many guns.
— Johnny Gat[9]

Johnny Gat
So you're Julius' new boy huh? You don't look like much. Then again, I don't look like I have an eight inch cock, so I guess we're both full of surprises.
— Johnny Gat to Playa[3][10]

Johnny Gat
It's said by some to be the trial of the century. A notorious member of a gang once known as "The 3rd Street Saints", Johnny Gat was arrested last year in an assassination attempt against then decorated police officer Troy Bradshaw. In the resulting trial, Gat was convicted of one count of attempted murder, and a staggering three hundred eighty seven counts of 1st degree murder...promptly sending him to death row. Over the past year, Gat's legal team has filed appeal after appeal-
— Jane Valderamma

Johnny Gat
The body of Mr. Gat will be a message for all who oppose The Syndicate. There is no mercy...only death. Don't mourn your friend. You'll be joining him soon.
— Phillipe Loren threatens Playa over the phone[11]

Johnny Gat
It's time we went back home and buried Johnny.
— Playa, after blowing up the Syndicate Tower in "The Belgian Problem"

Johnny Gat
Johnny's dead because he thought he could do everything on his own.
— Viola DeWynter during Gang Bang

Johnny Gat
Yeah, a coma and 3 friends dead...it really worked out for you...
— Viola during Nyte Blayde's Return

Johnny Gat
Johnny Gat alive? Rumors circulate about the notorious gangster's fate.
News ticker

Johnny Gat
Risking life and limb, mild mannered reporter Jane Valderama conducted a provocative interview with a rogue Ultor scientist who identified herself only as Tera. For those who missed it, Valderama's fearless live interview with the deranged microbiologist will be repeated tonight following "Blood In, Blood Out: The Johnny Gat Story"..
— Commercial for interview between Jane Valderama and Tera.[12]

Johnny Gat
Lets kill some shit
[when?]

Johnny Gat
Of course I'm up for some carnage
— Johnny when called in as a Homie in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
All you had to do was ask
— Johnny when called in as a Homie in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
What the hell was that for?
— Johnny when hit by Playa and gaining hate in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Damn it hit someone else!
— Johnny when hit by Playa and gaining hate in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Hey you forget who I am?
— Johnny when hit by Playa and gaining hate in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Why's everyone think they can fuck with the Saints? Don't they know anything?
— One of Johnny's idle comments referring to how people keep on fighting the Saints and always fails in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Looks like Shaundi did alright without me. I'm proud of that girl
— One of Johnny's idle comments revealing how impressed he is with how well Shaundi carried on without his help in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
At least we ain't doing commercials and shit anymore
— One of Johnny's idle comments expressing how glad he is that the Saints are no longer acting as public icons in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Just wish I could have seen Loren's face when the Boss killed that asshole
— One of Johnny's idle comments regarding the fate of Phillipe Loren in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
It's not like anyone saw me die right, heh
— One of Johnny's idle comments referring to his retconned death in the Saints Row: The Third mission I'm Free - Free Falling in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
I swear there's something different about the Boss's hair
— One of Johnny's idle comments referencing to Playa's appearance change in the Saints Row 2 mission Appointed Defender in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Zinyak thought I was dangerous before, he's in for a real fucking surprise
— One of Johnny's idle comments in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Zinyak thought he could fuck with my head, he's got another thing coming
— One of Johnny's idle comments in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Fine whatever
— Johnny when being dismissed in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
Call if you need me
— Johnny when being dismissed in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
I swear there's something different about the boss' hair
— One of Johnny's idle comments in Saints Row IV

Johnny Gat
I'd never say this to the Boss... but sometimes I wish I could just start over. Tabula Rasa. A whole new plot. An entirely different life.
— Johnny Gat

Dex
Gat out of Hell features historical figures and even characters from past games, including Dane Vogel and Dex, plus "well over 30 instances of open-world things to do"
— Steve Jaros.[when?]

Dex
Julius was right... You never know when to quit.
— Dexter Jackson realizing Playa won't drop his flags[13]

Dex
I was happy with people forgetting I exist, but motherfuckers always gotta bring up the past...
— One of Dex's lines upon confrontation.

Lin
Assholes. I swear to God, we're not going to be able to kill these bastards fast enough.
— Lin, Just a Girl Cutscene

Lin
I asked Lin to hook up with the Rollerz. We don't know much about these fuckas, so I wanted one of us on the inside.
Julius, informing the 3rd Street Saints of Lin's actions.[14]

Lin
I don't like the idea of Lin going undercover, you roll with people long enough and pretty soon you start thinkin' like 'em...
Troy, noting his concern about Lin to Playa.[15]

Lin
Lin was working with the Saints. Now would you give me a hand? This car is heavy... Donnie, where are you going?
— William Sharp's revelation to Donnie, following him shooting Lin and Playa with a .44 Shepherd.

Lin
Did you hear that asshole Donnie? He said I was his girl.
— Lin's final words.[16]

Joseph Price
These streets were ours before those bitches from the Row showed up! And when they stepped, what did we do? They fucked up our race, and we just took it. They fucked up our deliveries, and we just took it. And now they killed my Uncle, and who knows what the fuck they did to Donnie. Now, I'm only gonna say this once. We're not gonna sit here and fuckin' take it. [...] Light 'em up, boys. We're burning Saint's Row to the ground.
— Joseph Price, declaring war on the 3rd Street Saints.[17]

Warren Williams
After I kill you, no one's gonna step to EZ Money!
— Warren Williams

Warren Williams
Yo, fuck that. This is what gives us power.
— Warren Williams, favoring firepower over politics and brandishing a GDHC .50 in front of Benjamin King.[18]

Warren Williams
Whatever, she don't appreciate fine dining. Now I've been talkin' to Eesh's sister. Turns out Tanya's been fuckin' people in every sense of the word. Not only is she blowin' King's bodyguard Big Tony, but she's fuckin' Warren Williams, their numbers guy, whenever Tony ain't lookin'. Between Tony and Warren the only person she isn't leading around by their cock is King. So I'm thinkin' we put the hurt on Tanya, we're fuckin' up the Vice Kings. She's got an operation in Prawn Court, that's where we'll start. Roll in there and put the murder on anyone you see, customers included. Who wants to die for a blowjob right? When you go for Tanya, be careful, she's probably got some muscle in there.
— Johnny Gat, "A Romantic Dinner" cutscene

Warren Williams
Warren Williams is a second rate rapper turned third rate gangster... right now all he does is run the Vice King record label, Kingdom Come Records, but he is dying to prove that he is as hard-core as he says he is... so far though, King has been keeping him on a tight leash.
Undercover officer, during their report on the Vice Kings to Chief Monroe.[19]

Warren Williams
I said no. Don't make me say it a third time. Warren my man, you got the music scene locked down. I need you to bring in the chedder, not get shot 'cause you think you got somethin' to prove.
— Benjamin King, calming Warren Williams over his anxiety for action against the 3rd Street Saints.[20]

Warren Williams
I'm through carrying your punk ass. If I were you, I'd drop them damn flags and get the fuck on out of here before I erase your ass.
— Benjamin King, following Williams' final outburst.[4]

Warren Williams
So Warren called me Aisha again today, can you believe that?
— Tanya Winters during Green With Envy mission gameplay

Warren Williams
Keep the car running. Knowing Warren, I should be back shortly.
— Tanya Winters in the "Fidelity" cutscene

Warren Williams
I built...I watched...and now I'm acting.
— Williams to Benjamin King, after starting his revolt.[1]

Warren Williams
After I kill you, no one's gonna step to EZ Money!
— Williams to Benjamin King and Playa, during the revolt.[4]

Anthony Green
You 3rd Street mothafuckas think you so smart. Well check this out, we ain't impressed. Hell, the only reason you got as far as you did was 'cause King let you. We led you right to where we wanted you, and now the police are gonna finish your ass for good, just the way we planned.
— Big Tony to Johnny Gat[21]

Anthony Green
Take me back to 707 Springfield.
— Tanya after losing hostile 3rd Street Saints members

Anthony Green
Grip is short, Mr. King
[when?]

Anthony Green
It's not her fault Mr. King, the Saints have been fuckin' with her.
[when?]

Tanya Winters
Some guys just never get enough of me.
— Tanya Winters, moments before Johnny Gat, Benjamin King, and Playa gun her down.

Tanya Winters
I remember when Tanya was sucking cock for dime bags
— Random Stilwater prostitute

Angelo Lopez
¡Lo sabía! You'll die for what you did to my brother.
— Angelo Lopez, Upon hearing Manuel Orejuela's betrayal and attempts to gun down the Saints.[22]

Angelo Lopez
Luz, where are you? Well evidently you are talking to me. Luz, I apologized okay? Now get your ass to the airport. What do you mean why, have you seen the house? We gotta get outta town. It doesn't matter, just pack some things and let's go. For God's sake, just leave them. I don't give a fuck, they're shoes! Good. Good, good, good, good, I'll be waiting for you. Bye-bye. Get the plane ready, she'll be here soon.
— Angelo's final conversation with Luz

Victor
Victor, their enforcer, survived a dozen VK drive-bys.
— Dex

Victor
Did I ever tell you Victor was a friend of Maero's? It was a tattoo thing.
— Luz to Playa during Drug Trafficking

Luz
Bullshit, that's last year's fall collection.
— Playa

Luz
I can't believe Luz is still wearing last season's heels...
— Tanya Winters

Luz
Eh, I always thought she was a bitch.
— Hector Lopez

Luz
That's a lotta woman you got there, Angelo
— Manuel Orejuela

Luz
Angelo, I need you to go to the lab tonight. One of our shipments didn't arrive, and I want to make sure no one's skimming off the top.
— Hector Lopez

Luz
Angelo, you promised we'd go shopping tonight.
— Luz

Luz
Senorita, a moment. If Angelo is busy, I can take you out tonight.
— Manuel Orejuela

Luz
Manuel, you worry too much, everything is under control.
— Hector Lopez

Luz
Victor, listen to me very carefully. I don't give a fuck about the drugs, I don't give a fuck about Orejuela--
— Angelo Lopez

Luz
Can you at least tell me where Manuel is?
— Luz

Luz
Angelo, you promised we'd go shopping tonight.
— Luz to Angelo Lopez[23]

Luz
It looks like you're running off to get killed.
— Luz to Angelo Lopez[24]

Luz
I-- I-- was supposed to leave with Angelo.
— Luz to Dex[25]

Luz
So what am I supposed to do now?
— Luz to Dex[25]

Luz
Can you at least tell me where Manuel is?
— Luz to Dex[25]

Luz
These gangs have nothing on Los Carnales.
— Luz to Playa during Drug Trafficking

Luz
So where did you pick up fashion, anyway?
— Luz to Playa during Drug Trafficking

Luz
Did I ever tell you Victor was a friend of Maero's? It was a tattoo thing.
— Luz to Playa during Drug Trafficking

Luz
I just wanted to set the record straight; those shoes were not last season!
— Luz to Playa during Drug Trafficking

Luz
At least the Carnales had a touch of class.
— Luz to Playa during Drug Trafficking

Luz
Okay, Manual's got me on a tight schedule so let's get going

Marshall Winslow
Why are you doin' this? I'm from Saint's Row myself...
— Mayor Winslow to Playa[26]

Marshall Winslow
Hello Stilwater. This is Marshall Winslow - your mayor. Like you, I'm deeply concerned about the problem of violent crime in our streets and I have dedicated this administration to solving the problem. Now, Alderman Hughes believes the best way to fight violence is with more violence, turning our police force into an urban army. But crime is nothing new; why, when I was growing up in Stilwater, we had more than our share of gunplay and robbery. The threat of prison didn't deter street-toughs back then, and it doesn't now. My initiative to revitalize poor or urban areas, however, holds a real promise. With local rehabilitation and education programs, our young people are getting the opportunity to live up to their full potential, and to resist turning to drugs, pimping, and vandalism to get by. Hughes says our children are a lost cause, but as your mayor, I refuse to give up hope. I hope you'll consider giving me your support in this upcoming election. Together, you and I can continue to build a better future for our young people and ourselves. (Paid for by The People to Re-Elect Mayor Winslow.)
— Mayor Winslow (Radio ad 1)

Marshall Winslow
Hello Stilwater. This is your mayor, Marshall Winslow. We've come a long way since you chose to make me your mayor, and in the past two years we've made great strides towards building a city we can all be proud of. Just look at the old Red Light District: thanks to our free health screening and birth control programs, our hospitals are reporting a 40% drop in venereal diseases over the last three months. Likewise, I moved to provide affordable public transportation to less fortunate districts: not only are our trains and buses going where they're needed most, they're finally running on time. Stilwater doesn't need a quick fix, it needs a chance to heal, and healing takes time. My administration is working to make Stilwater safer and more prosperous for everybody. Let's do the right thing and stay the course. I hope you're considering giving me your support in this upcoming election. Together, you and I can continue to create a better city for our neighbors and ourselves. (Paid for by The People to Re-Elect Mayor Winslow.)
— Marshall Winslow (Radio ad 2)

Marshall Winslow
Hello Stilwater. This is your mayor, Marshall Winslow. As you might have heard, the statue of Alderman Hughes, known as The Pride of Stilwater, was recently vandalized in a very ambitious way. Now, I understand that this wasn't the most popular sculpture on display in our fair city, and that it's had its share of critics... people will always have strong feelings about public artwork and that's just the way it is... regardless, we're a great city and we deserve to have equally great works of art everyone can enjoy. I ensure you that The Pride of Stilwater will be replaced - I've already asked the park's commissioner to begin speaking to noted artists, and will make sure the next sculpture to grace our community will be more representative of you, the people who call this city home.
— Marshall Winslow (Radio ad 3)

Marshall Winslow
Who the hell are you?
— Marshall Winslow after Playa hijacks his bus[26]

Marshall Winslow
Son, it's not to late to walk away from this...
— Marshall Winslow[26]

Richard Hughes
You're going to die here son, make no mistake about that... but if it makes it any easier on you, I'll be sure to thank you in my acceptance speech.
— Richard Hughes to Playa[27]

Richard Hughes
When I left Stilwater for the Senate, I vowed not to forget my hometown roots. My husband gave his life defending Stilwater from gang violence. It is my greatest privilege to honor him with this bridge.
— Monica Hughes, "Return to Steelport" mission

Richard Hughes
Last year, Marshall Winslow rejected Police Chief Monroe's request for extra funding to outfit his SWAT units with the latest peace-keeping equipment, citing that puncture-proof vests and assault rifles should come secondary to developing non-lethal countermeasures; the result: six dead officers in as many months... I'm Alderman Richard Hughes, and when I'm elected, I'm going to work with the police, not against them. A policeman's job is dangerous enough - we don't need them to be going into harmful situations at a disadvantage. A well-equipped police force is a deterrent to gangs, which means safer streets and safer schools. So when election day rolls around, ask yourself this question: what is my family's safety worth?
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 1

Richard Hughes
Hello Stilwater, it's Richard Hughes. It's with great pleasure that I announce the unveiling of our city's latest artistic treasure: The Pride of Stilwater. Generously donated by Citizens for Hughes, The Pride of Stilwater is a visual representation not only of the superb talents of Stilwater artisans, but a constant reminder that great men often have to shoulder considerable burden. My friends, I assure you that if you put your faith in me this upcoming election, I will proudly carry our city into a new era of prosperity.
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 2

Richard Hughes
Mayor Winslow's hollow response to the destruction of The Pride of Stilwater is simply unacceptable. This was not merely a piece of modern art that was vandalized, this was a symbol the citizens of Stilwater rallied behind - an icon of the people. Its desecration should merit full investigation, not a few half-hearted words at a press conference. However, from the ashes of this tragedy we will rise stronger than ever. And if whoever is responsible is listening right now, know this: you can smash brick and mortar, you can break brass and steel, but the spirits of the people of Stilwater cannot be crushed.
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 3

Richard Hughes
When my parents moved to Stilwater 50 years ago, this was a place of promise. A lively city of culture and taste, Stilwater offered jobs and a glistening skyline that was the envy of the nation. My, how times have changed. Over the past three decades, the life of Stilwater has been choked out by gang violence and our skyline reduced to tattered brownstones. For years our city has been calling for help, like a woman getting mugged in an alley, and no one has had the courage to answer her plea until now. My name is Richard Hughes and I pledge to you, here and now, that I will return Stilwater to her former glory. I have seen what this city can offer, and I long to show that beauty to a new generation. This coming election, vote for me and secure your children's future.
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 4

Richard Hughes
Hello friends. This is Alderman Hughes with a special message for the youth of Stilwater. I understand that many of you have become disenfranchised with authority. Between parents, teachers, and police, it's easy to feel that the world is trying to hold you back, to stifle your creativity and your freedom. But now is your chance, more than any other, to seize the future, not only for yourself, but for your friends, your neighbors, and your illegitimate children. This year's election gives you the power to choose whether you want to live in a city governed by fear and ineptitude, or one where you can be safe walking home from basketball courts and young Republican meetings. So when you step into that ballot box, remember that a vote for Hughes is a vote for you.
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 5

Richard Hughes
When Marshall Winslow was elected two years ago, he promised us that we were going to see a change; true to his words, Stilwater has seen many changes during his mayoral term: higher taxes, increased crime, and an unemployment rate that would make most third world nations feel good about themselves. What Stilwater needs right now is a leader who is willing to convict criminals, not coddle them; an individual who isn't afraid of making tough choices; a man whose dedication to his citizens is unwavering. My friends, your search is over - my name is Richard Hughes and I want to be your mayor.
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 6

Richard Hughes
Once a beacon of promise, the district of Saint's Row has long since devolved into a contemporary Sodom. A place where diseased whores grope the bodies and virtues of our youth, where drugs ensnare the minds of the impoverished, and all-too-often violence is seen as the solution to any problem. My friends, make no mistake, if Stilwater is ever to be made whole again, something needs to be done about Saint's Row. Mayor Winslow thinks that throwing scraps from his ivory tower to various volunteer programs is enough to clean up the district, but two years of spending with negligible results clearly proves that if we want to see change - real change - we need to take drastic steps. I'm Alderman Richard Hughes; I have the experience, I have the will, and unlike our current mayor, I have a plan. Vote for me and help turn our city into something we can be proud of.
— Richard Hughes Radio ad 7

Chief Monroe
Now, I may not be an honest man, but I'm a fair one.
— Chief Monroe[26]

Dane Vogel
Well, I don't know about it being a bonus, but it's like my father said, if you're gonna build an ivory tower, you're gonna have to kill a few elephants.
— Dane Vogel, while a guest on The Anna Show

Dane Vogel
As many of you know, the restoration of Saints Row[sic] was a tremendous success, but that was just the beginning of what Ultor has in mind for Stilwater.
— Dane Vogel[28]

Dane Vogel
Dane Vogel? What a fucking cunt
— Playa, randomly commenting about Dane Vogel

Dane Vogel
Name's Dane Vogel, he works for Ultor... I remember he swung by the church and offered Dex a job a while back.
— Johnny Gat, "Ultor Makes a House Call" cutscene

Dane Vogel
Jane, we've donated millions of dollars to the Stilwater PD as well as rebuilt the shattered community of Saint's Row. I understand that everyone likes to pick on the big corporations, but this latest groundless attack on Ultor's integrity is just ridiculous.
— Dane Vogel in an interview with Jane Valderamma in the Early Parole cutscene

Dane Vogel
Welcome to Hell.
— Dane's first words in Gat out of Hell

Dane Vogel
Dane Vogel? What a fucking cunt.
— Playa, randomly commenting about Dane Vogel

Dane Vogel
It's like my father said, if you're gonna build an ivory tower, you're gonna have to kill a few elephants.
— Dane Vogel, pretty much summing up his modus operandi on The Anna Show

Dane Vogel
This is Shivington. Once a pristine set of tenement homes, this neighborhood has devolved into a dangerous ghetto, filled with undesirables such as these. Now, I'm sure a lot of you are wondering...ugly buildings, unwashed masses, what the hell is Ultor thinking? My friends, we're thinking about the future. Picture this... glass towers, clean streets, and no one below the poverty line trying to wash your car. Impossible? For a lesser company, maybe. Now I'm not here to make idle promises or vague predictions, no offense to you politicians out there...
— Dane Vogel, unveiling his scheme to redevelop Shivington and destroy the 3rd Street Saints

Dane Vogel
No, I'm here to show you how we're going to do it. Now, obviously before we can remodel Shivington we need to own the land, so how do we do that? By directing the gangs towards Sunnyvale, not only are we lowering the number of our detractors, we're lowering the property value as well, which means when we buy the land, the savings get passed onto you, the stock holders. The gangs cripple each other, we direct funds to the Stilwater Police Department, they increase police presence...and pretty soon all those nasty little gang bangers are gone. Crime stops, property value goes up, and now your population looks like this.
— Dane Vogel, unveiling his scheme to redevelop Shivington and destroy the 3rd Street Saints

Dane Vogel
This is a helluva place you got here...I mean, it's a good thing I had my tetanus shot, but beyond that it's, uh...cozy.
— Dane Vogel, commenting on the Saints Hideout in "Room Service"

Stilwater
Welcome to Stilwater ...
... and it's with one 'L', bitch.
Billboard near Wardill