Madame Leota's Rousing Speech to Jim after he falls into despair trying and failing to get back into the mansion to save his family.
Jim: Hey, you leave me alone. Just get out of here and leave me alone.
Madame Leota: Oh, I see. You're just going to sit there, feeling sorry for yourself.
Jim: Tell me why not. This whole thing was my fault. We should've never been here in the first place. Supposed to be at the lake. We'd be sitting by a warm fire right now. And I made us come here. And now it's too late.
Madame Leota: No. It's never too late.
Jim: Hey, look, I tried to get in there, and I can't, all right? I tried! I failed!
Madame Leota: You try. You fail. You try. You fail. But the only true failure is when you stop trying.
Jim: What do you want me to do? Huh?
Madame Leota:...Try again. (cut to Jim, behind the wheel of his car, preparing to plough through the mansion wall)