Dane Vogel (unused): "Let's give another round of applause to Mr. Gryphon and his mining project..." Dane Vogel (unused): "Thanks to all of you for making it out today...it's been a big year for all of us in the Ultor family, and I think we owe a lot of that to our legal team..." Dane Vogel (unused): "300 indictments, no convictions!" Dane Vogel (unused): "But we're not here to celebrate past victories, no matter how impressive...no...we're here to discuss the future." Dane Vogel: "As many of you know, the restoration of Saints Row was a tremendous success, but that was just the beginning of what Ultor has in mind for Stilwater." Dane Vogel: "This is Shivington. Once a pristine set of tenement homes, this neighborhood has devolved into a dangerous ghetto, filled with undesirables such as these. Now, I'm sure a lot of you are wondering...ugly buildings, unwashed masses, what the hell is Ultor thinking? My friends, we're thinking about the future. Picture this... glass towers, clean streets, and no one below the poverty line trying to wash your car. Impossible? For a lesser company, maybe. Now I'm not here to make idle promises or vague predictions, no offense to you politicians out there..." Dane Vogel: "No, I'm here to show you how we're going to do it. Now, obviously before we can remodel Shivington we need to own the land, so how do we do that? By directing the gangs towards Sunnyvale, not only are we lowering the number of our detractors, we're lowering the property value as well, which means when we buy the land, the savings get passed onto you, the stock holders. The gangs cripple each other, we direct funds to the Stilwater Police Department, they increase police presence...and pretty soon all those nasty little gang bangers are gone. Crime stops, property value goes up, and now your population looks like this." Dane Vogel (unused): "Now here's the best part...this isn't some distant plan, some hypothetical solution...the future is happening now. Most of the undesirables have already been swept away. All that's standing between us and a better world is The Third Street Saints...now I don't know about you, but I'm feelin' pretty good about our odds..."
"An Amazing Quarter" is similar to "Battlefield Promotion" in Saints Row and isn't a part of a mission; both cutscenes play after all gangs have been defeated.
This cutscene more than anything else should demonstrate who the real antagonistic force really is, as Ultor is willing to sacrifice perhaps up to thousands of civillian, gang, police, Ultor security and Masako lives in their vain attempt at redevelopment and social engineering
It is likely that the cutscene is set either before The Protagonist awakes or very early on in the Saints campaign as Vogel mentions trying to get the gangs to fight over Sunnyvale.