Major Ben experiences recurring nightmares. (0:11)
Psychologist Dr. Yen Lo explains to his comrades, referring to the American soldiers, "I have conditioned them, or brainwashed them, which I understand is the new American word, to believe that they are waiting out a storm in the lobby of a small hotel in New Jersey where a meeting of the ladies' garden club is in progress. You will notice that I have told them they may smoke. I've allowed my people to have a little fun in the selection of bizarre tobacco substitutes!"
"I am sure you've all heard the old wive's tale that no hypnotised subject may be forced to do that which is repellent to his moral nature, whatever that may be. Nonsense, of course! Oh, you note-takers might set down a reminder to consult Brenman's paper, "Experiments in the Hypnotic Production of Antisocial and Self-Injurious Behaviour", or Wells' paper which was titled, I believe, "Experiments in the Hypnotic Production of Crime". Or, of course, Andrew Salter's remarkable book, "Conditioned Reflex Therapy..."(0:13)
The Army psychiatrist tells Ben, "As the consulting psychiatrist, I'd like to hear your personal feelings about Shaw." (0:18) Corporal Allen experiences recurring nightmares. (0:24)
Zilkov: "It's been, after all, two years since the conditioning took place." (0:34)
Ben explains to Colonel Milt, "For instance, when the psychiatrist asked me how I felt about Raymond Shaw..." (0:40)
An agent explains to the group that he has included in his presentation pictures of "... pastoral psychiatrists..." (1:00)
His future wife Jocelyn explains to soldier Raymond, "I know that sounds terribly Freudian, but in this case, I don't think it is."
"I mean, I think he's just uncomplicatedly afraid of snakes." (1:07)
The psychiatrist suggests to Ben, "Based on Raymond's psychiatric pattern, I think we can safely eliminate Jacks and kings." (1:18)
His mother Eleanor tells Raymond, "Go and get yourself a drink or a tranquilizer or something." (1:23)
Eleanor tells Raymond how her opponents were, "Rallying a nation of television viewers into hysteria," (1:51)
Raymond shoots himself with his rifle. (2:04)