Earl: It's time the country learned the truth, sir. I'm sorry if it upsets you.
B.P. Richfield: And I'm sorry you'll pass out before I finish chewing your limbs off.
B.P. Richfield: A bunch of tree-hugging animal lovers get together, hold hands and sing some songs, and suddenly I'm supposed to care where I dump my trash?!
Title: An allusion to the tagline popularized by some posters for the 1977 Spielberg film Close Encounters of the Third Kind about aliens visiting Earth. The phrase We Are Not Alone has since been commonly used in the context of extraterrestrial life.