Cirincione: We don't want to be threatening to kill people's entire families.
//waiting for buses //someone (a teacher?) dramatically escorts "Andrew" through the front doors, protecting him from nearby students "Andrew's my favourite student. If I find any of you messing with him, there'll be consequences -- and repercussions." "I don't know what those words mean, but it'll happen!"
Rao: Why aren't more people using threats and bribes?
Kirk talking about interest: There are two ways to entice or deceive a customer based on interest. Sophia: Threaten their lives. Kirk (red faced): So there are three ways to entice or deceive a customer.
Lodal: What's the point of the homework? It's a threat. It's an implicit threat.