"What are you doing? What about the Amontillado?"
"Pass your hand over the wall and taste it."
Later, Fortunato makes a gesture that is a secret sign of an organization known as the Masons. Montresor doesn't understand what he is doing but claims to be a Mason.
"AHHHH!! OHHHH! ARGGHH! "Ha, ha, ha! He, he, he!"
Heavily intoxicated, Fortunato examines the crypt where the Amontillado is supposedly stored when Montresor chains Fortunato to a stone.
"'For the love of God, Montresor!'"
Montresor taunts poor Fortunato to get up and taste the Amontillado while Monstresor starts building a wall.
50 years later...
"'May he rest in peace.'"
As the alcohol slowly wears off Fortunato, he realizes that Montresor intends to bury him, and he begins to groan. Later, he grows silent until he laughs as the last layer is added as if it is a joke.
Fortunato addresses Montresor one last time as he places the final rock on the grave. Then, Montresor calls out Fortunato's name, but the only response he hears is the jingle of bell on Fortunato's hat.
Montresor positions the bones around Fortunato's grave and leaves him there. For 50 years, no one has touched them.