"I wanted to have controversy, arguments, fights, discussions, people in anger, waving fists in my face."
— Patrick McGoohan discussing the meaning of "Fall Out", the final episode of The Prisoner.
"Uhh, is this how you end the series? I mean, is this where we go from here? Okay, the movie better sure as Hell make up for this, I'm telling you right now, 'cause I'm stuck in Nowhereland! You ran outta ink too, didn't you, ya bastards?"
Mulberry: This is definitely the most uncomfortable day I've ever had. This whole adventure was just completely directionless, and it was filled with so many references, it's gonna date worse than that Heroes-themed episode! Who's responsible for all this?? Who? Who??
(Zoom out to show Mulberry drawing the aforementioned scene on Peter Paltridge's tablet PC)
Mulberry: Eh, ain't I a stinker? Wait, now I'm even more confused!
"There are two ways to wrap up a canceled or ending TV show. There's the oft employed looking back at an empty room and closing the door option. Then there's the "WTF! Let's stab their eyeballs with crazy!" approach. Guess which ones these guys chose?"
"What!? What does that mean!? What about the thing with The Patriots!? Did any of this actually happen!? Was I just hallucinating!?... Wait, why are we zooming out!? Is this the end!? Why isn't anyone answering my questions!? AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!"
Lunacy: That just happened.
— The achievement name and description for completing Portal 2
Rita: Is that a story?
Maeby: Not yet. It doesn't have an ending. He's in L.A., she's in Japan. How do I get these two characters together?
Rita: Maybe they could walk.
Maeby: Across the ocean?
Rita: If it's not too deep.
Maeby: No, deep is good. People are going to say, "What the hell just happened? I better say I like it." 'Cause nobody wants to seem stupid.
"Lots of speculation from everyone!"