Computer: Please enter the access code.
Virgil: Oh dear. It will take me days to decipher this.
Norman: Allow me. (he punches the door and gets electrocuted) Ho! Aah!
Computer: I'm sorry. "Ho, Aah" is not the correct access code. Please try again.
Max: Maybe we should knock?
Computer: "Knock Knock" is the correct access code. (door opens) Please come in, and wipe your feet.
Max: A Cyberskull action figure? That's a "Must Have" item on my Christmas list!
Norman: I'm gonna make a pancake out of that pipsqueak!
(A brainwashed JC Mega escapes through a secret passage, now locked and blocked by a bookshelf)
Norman: (punches his right palm) You want me to break it?
Max: Never mind him, we gotta realign those satellites.
Virgil: I fear that will be impossible. Mega has created a force field around the controls.
Norman: (pulls out his sword) You want me to break it?
Max: That's just about your favorite thing to do, isn't it Normie?
Virgil's means of summoning: Max was cleaning the chalk board in after school detention. Virgil's message appeared on the board written in chalk when Max wasn't paying attention. The message was "Take the portal to San Francisco, Virgil!"
Educational Epilogue: The Mayan Civilization
Cult Member: Show me your badges!
Norman: We don't need no stinking badges!
This is a slight mis-quote of the famous exchange from the film Treasure of the Sierra Madre, which was further popularized in the Mel Brooks film Blazing Saddles.