Belmont: "Don't worry be happy . . . Where's the love?"
Addison: "Home of Ron Santo, home of the Chicago Cubs . . . You're a perfect ten."
Sheridan: "Enjoy your evening, take care of yourself . . . Don't break a leg."
Wilson [where a full platform of riders, presumably dumped by their train going express, boarded]: "No fingers, I didn't do it to you. The more, the merrier!"
Argyle: "Watch the doors, don't forget your cell phones."
Berwyn: "Order a pizza, watch the doors."
Bryn Mawr: "Better luck tomorrow, watch the doors."
Thorndale: "Have a nice night, see you tomorrow."
Granville: "Always nice to see you, thank you for riding. Enjoy your steak dinner."
Loyola: "Sure hope it's not the end of the world . . . [alarmingly unintelligible]."
Morse: "Every day's Friday. Make sure you don't lose your keys, cell phone, ID—that's not funny. You're the best. Thank you."