An invisible man, Daniel Westin, enters a hospital, checks the operating schedule, and then goes to a surgical theater where plastic surgeon Nick Maggio is performing a skin graft. Daniel goes up to the gallery overlooking the room., and figures that Nick is the only one who can help him. Sitting down, Daniel waits for Nick to finish and thinks about what he has done...Read the full recap
Daniel: In the beginning there had been only success. The excitement of discovery. And Kate.
Daniel: Walter Carlson was my boss. His way of handling people was about as warm as his corridors.
Walter: I’m having a terrible time justifying the price of Phase One. That gizmo costs a million and a half. I’ve got a budget that looks like ten pounds of fertilizer in a nine-pound bag.
Daniel: All right. I’m yours, for the rest of the evening. What would you like to do?
Kate: Go home and improvise.
Daniel: Is that a proposition?
Kate: Very good, Dr. Westin. And you got it on the first try.
Dr. Nick Maggio: You know what I remember, Daniel?
Daniel: No, what?
Dr. Nick Maggio: I remember you always saying you wanted to accomplish something that no one else had. Well, my friend, congratulations.
Dr. Nick Maggio: If it isn’t Halloween, you’re in a lot of trouble.
Daniel: Well, it isn’t. And I am.
Daniel: You know, Richard, you really had me fooled. The last person in the world I thought would sell out.
Rick Steiner: Everyone sells out. Carlson to the Pentagon, you to some outdated sense of morality. And me to money, the most honest sell out of all.
Walter: Why did you hit me?
Daniel: Why did I hit you? Well, let’s just call it my declaration of independence.
Kate: I’ve never spent the night with an invisible man before.
Daniel: With the lights out, you’ll never know the difference.