Don't tell her anything about this. This is guy stuff. Don't mention the accident, and whatever you do, don't say anything about the D-O-G.
No play. No. Do you hear me, agent 11? No. Bad agent. We don't do that.
Do I have to spell it out for you, Mr. Garrison?
Gordon: Do you think I'd do this to myself?! Cop #2: Oh, boy! Cop: Whoa, whoa! Cop #2: Ok, why don't you just come with us? We'll get someone who can help you.
Anton: Don't tell me I missed everything. Izzy: Your timing is impeccable.
Mark: I heard a story when I was at the MacDowell last summer. Pauline: About me? Mark: About you. Pauline: Did it involve four men and a cabbage? Mark: Yes. Pauline: Absolutely true.
Don't be stupid. I'm not a... just because you're a... that doesn't mean that I'm a, uh... Good lord.
Down, cat. No, cat.
Don't worry, dad. It isn't all bad, well, just so long as the cat doesn't get me.
Destroy both the medical case and their witnesses so the judges have no possible way to affirm.
Andrea: Did we mention the priest? Claus: Oh. Marriott apparently confided in a priest who's consented to talk to us.
Do you realize, with this case, I'm looking for evidence to exonerate you?
Alan: How about when she testified, did you sense she wanted to get back together? Claus: Very much so.
Lawyer: Let me ask you this. Maybe you can't answer. Do you still love him? Alexandra: I don't know.
Claus: Darling, you know when you get like this. Remember? You fell and broke your hip. Sunny: That was years ago.
Oh, come on, Sunny, your father worked. Do you want the children to grow up thinking a male's place is in a deck chair?
Sarah: Ah, you're not going to believe this. David Marriott wants money. Alan: Yeah, who doesn't? Sarah: I'm afraid his memory might fade. Alan: The hell with him.
Alan: Did you love Sunny? Claus: I married her. Of course I loved her. She was beautiful. Alan: Rich. Claus: Why not?
Bubbie: Do you know this fellow? Who is this man? Izzy: This is Sam, Bubbie. Bubbie: He's keeping company with you? Izzy: Could be. Bubbie: Oh, yeah? He looks okay.
Dry enough, don't you think?
Peel: Do you always obey orders? Steed: Always. Except when I don't.
Peel: Don't tell me you never met the right girl. Steed: There's always the exception. Peel: That proves the rule? Steed: Quite. You're exceptional in many things.
Father: Steed. Steed: Do come in, I didn't hear you knock.
Don't worry about me being invisible. Other than that, I'm perfectly normal.
Jokes: Don't worry about me being invisible. Other than that, I'm perfectly normal. Steed: I see. Jones: Or rather, you don't.
Do I walk like Mrs. Peel, talk like Mrs. Peel? Am I witty, wise, wonderful to know?
Despite her doctor's warnings about sweets, the only thing Sunny consumed was a sundae.
Alan: It's me? Peter: David Marriott taped all his conversations with you. Alan: Oh, great.
Look, I know you're all exhausted. We got 4 days left. What we do now is going to decide this thing. Do you want to win or not?
Kay: You ought to do something about your sit-down. Veda: What's wrong with it? Kay: It sticks out.
Dr. Hopkins: Do you wanna put him back in? Dr. Becker: No, take him out of it. Take him upstairs and check his vitals every hour.
Murray: Dave, I can't hire anybody else. I can't. Dave: Murray, she flies on an IBM. Murray: I don't have enough work for the people you already gave me.
Dave: Do you want to go play some ball? Murray: It's the middle of the afternoon. I'm working.
Alan: Bob, at some point, we're going to have to call the Vice President. Bob: Don't call the Vice President.
Alan: Do you know how many different kinds of laws we've broken? Bob: It's simple, Alan. We send the Vice President to Africa.
Ellen: Don't you have anything to say to me? Dave: Thank you for doing this, Ellen.
Dave: Do you have a gun? Duane: Yes. Dave: Ever use it? Duane: Not yet.
Ellen: How could you? Dave: How could I what? Ellen: Don't patronize me. I'm not one of your little bimbos.
Ellen: But don't put on this man-of-the-people routine and then do something like this. Dave: I don't understand.
Dave: We vetoed that? Alan: No. Bob: We didn't veto anything. Alan: Dave, these things get awfully complicated sometimes, and I think-- Dave: That shelter was in this bill.
Bob: Listen, you little shit-- Alan: Dave. Dave, the budget is a very complicated thing. Even I don't understand it sometimes.
Oh, don't take my word for it, don't believe me. Do your own work, your own thinking.
Okay, don't let these guys bother you, they've been at sea too long.
Dave: Don't get carried away. I'm not that good at it. Ellen: And your family? I mean, I assume you're married. Dave: I was once.
Do I look like I need a psychological evaluation?
Do you understand what's going to happen if anybody hears you? They're gonna come and try to kill both of us.
Jordan: I hate being alone. Casey: Do you hate being dead?
Roger: Daisy, you're a tease. Daisy: What more could I give you?
Jack: Don't you go to jail for that? Rudy: Yeah, well, I tried, like, 30 times. I-I never planned on doing it, you know? It was always in the heat of the moment. And she kept threatening to have me put away until finally, she did.
Dave: Do you ever, um, think back to how you got started? Nance: Uh... I was a shoe salesman.
Michael: Don't you think you oughta care a little more about Johnny's payments to me? I think you should. You know that. Charlie: Michael, Michael... nobody's out to screw you. I guarantee that.
Johnny: Hey, Mikey! Michael: Long time no see. Johnny: You don't get- you don't get a drink! Maybe. Does a bear shit in the woods over here?
Charlie: He says his partner, Groppi, has disappeared. What should I do? Man: Don't do anything. His business is bad.
Maybe that's what they do up in Riverdale, but down here we gotta take cash. Now, ya got it or ya don't got it.
Davis, Davis this is very embarrassing. Look, how long have I known ya, Davis, huh? You've never seen fights like this. These are my friends.
Marie: Do you want my flowers? I'm quite done with them. Megan: Thank you, Mother.
Do you want him to be able to talk or not?
Don't you ever do anything but work?
Dear Lord, please watch over Nancy Drew and protect her as she strives to solve mysteries that are beyond the abilities of local law enforcement agencies.
Dad? Don't you think people who talk on cell phones, um, miss things?
Don't spend it all in one place.
Dad? I had the most messed up dream. There were talking slugs.
James: Do you like my mom? Gordon: Yeah, yeah, I really do. James: Why don't you marry her?
Gordon: Dive bomb! Depth charge! Gino: Watch it! Arliss: I got it. I got it!
Now don't razz my ass, Mike. I'm low.
Doesn't anybody knock anymore?
Do me a favor, don't save my life anymore.
Carter: Besides, you know, it'll give me an opportunity to sit down and write that thing that I've been wanting to write. Agnes: About Genghis Khan? Carter: No, that other thing. Agnes: About your high school? Carter: Yeah, but don't say it like that because it sounds moronic.
Agnes: Still trying to get over Rodney Portchnik and that was 12th grade. Carter: Don't tell me that Rodney Portchnik story, please.
Johnny: Did ya say your prayers? Charlie: Very funny. Hey, why don't ya tuck me in, sweetie?
Darling, you have confounded everyone's expectations. And it is very hard to stand next to someone giving an autograph.
Debbie. Can you hear it? No? I'll turn it up.
Do cute cops grow on trees around here or what?
Bert: Do you have any brandy? Pete: No. Bert: Spirits of Elderflower? Pete: No. I don't have any laudanum either.
Don: Don't sit down. Dinner's over. Megan: Are you okay? Don: Never felt better in my life.
Don't act like you had a plan. You're Tarzan swinging from vine to vine.
Don: Don't you feel 300 pounds lighter? Joan: I don't. Honestly, Don, if I could deal with him, you could deal with him.
Ted: Do not say I'm nice. I hate it when people say I'm nice. Peggy: I was going to say strong.
Devon runs a lazy finger around the rim of her wine glass, trying not to glance at Trent's bulging crotch.
Dr. Tuskin: Did you see what you wanted to see? Father Lamont: Evil is gaining. Father Merrin was killed.
Dr. Tuskin, I believe that Regan already remembers everything, the deaths, the possessions, the demons.
Father Lamont: Did Father Merrin ever name the demon? Sharon: No. It knew him, though.
Father Lemont: Did it seem that the demon was expecting Father Merrin? Sharon: Yes. It feared him, I think.
You see? Did that really hurt, hmm? And if so, how much? Nobody really knows.
Hey, little man. Look, uh, daddy got to run out and take care of some business right quick. I'll be right back. Make sure you take care of your mother, okay?
We're coming up to another railing. Do you see the people? Don't you see the people? Put the brakes on!
Do you have any idea how lame that would sound? It would redefine lame. Seriously. Are you ready to make history?
Sarah: Do you ever worry that you're gonna get stuck in one of those positions? Paige: Yes, I do.
Father Lamont: Do you have children of your own? Dr. Tuskin: Yes, I do. 2, a boy and a girl.
Dr. Tuskin: Don't you ever need a woman, Father? Father Lamont: Yes.
I don't know, does it get more Breakfast Club than that?
Gene, Do you think I could start helping some of your other kids?
Dude, it looks like you need a nice couple of weeks holiday, you know? Nice. Time off from your job.
Regan: Do priests believe in ESP? Father Lamont: Some do.
Carter: What? Gabe: Are you deaf and stupid? I said- Carter: Don't-- Don't repeat all that, please.
Father Lamont: Did you ever know a Father Lancaster Merrin? Kokumo: Yes, when I was young in Ethiopia. Wonderful man.
Regan: Did you find the man with the leopard? Father Lamont: I did.
Regan: Do you remember Sandra? Father Lamont: Yes. Regan: She's still talking.
Professor LaTouche: Good morning, Miss Swallow. Alice: Shh! Shh! Professor LaTouche: Why, what's the matter? Alice: Shh! Dr. Huxley is thinking.
David, no slang. Remember who and what you are.
Dr. Huxley, when I play golf, I only talk golf, and then only between shots.
Judah: Do you love this man? Esther: I will learn to love him.
Do not pity me, master Judah. In fact, I'm twice the man I was. There is Malluch, my other half. We met in the dungeons of the citadel. We were released on the same day. Malluch, without a tongue, and I without life in my legs. Since then, I have been his tongue, and he has been my legs. Together we make a considera...
Teresa: Does he know about you and me? Charlie: No. Teresa: Does he know about Johnny and those loans? Charlie: No, what are- eh what are ya kiddin' me? Of course not.
Charlie: Make it $1,800. Michael: Don't hustle me. Charlie: I'm not hustlin' you. Michael: Let's make it $2,000.
Do you know how to use a rifle?
Ted: Damn it! Don: Hello to you, too.
Johnny: What are you doin' for me? Charlie: Don't show up tonight. We'll see what happens to you.
Don't go driving around. Go to a movie or somethin'. This is no good, all right. You know what I mean?
Teresa: Look, do you want more trouble? I'm comin' with you. Charlie: Teresa, I got no time for this.
You're in luck. Take the seat. Relax, take Sominex. Don't sleep in my class. I take that as an insult.
Jaime: Don't your homework, you don't get a ticket to watch the show. Angel: Give her the chair, man!
Don't you dare criticize my father.
Don't tell me the bad bad news. I got plenty, all I want. Just tell me the good.
Oh, well, don't pay any attention to that kind of talk. I didn't-- This is all solid flab you know. I actually haven't got the strength to pull the wings off a dead bee.
Batman: Direct, aren't you? Chase: You like strong women. I've done my homework. Or do I need skintight vinyl and a whip?
Don't be a sore loser, Brucey.
No! Don't kill him.
Dr. Burton tells me you know who Batman is.
Jerry: Did we make love last night? Bobbie: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. Jerry: Just checking. Bobbie: Well, keep checking.
God: Don't smoke. Jerry: I don't. God: Good. Tobacco was one of my big mistakes.
Did you ever hear of newspapers, reporters? You got a scoop here, an exclusive. A "hold the presses."
Don't brush me off. Yeah, d, do me a favor and look at that card again.
Jerry: Did you hear that, Norman? Norman: Oh, yes, sir. Never put a bag of potatoes on top of a white bread.
God: Did you show him my card? Jerry: Sure I did. And, and he said you can get one of those in, in any novelty store.
Jerry: D,d, do you remember me? Briggs: Of course. You're the non-believer who spoke to God, twice, I believe. Jerry: 4 times now.
Briggs: Did god specify the Los Angeles Times? Jerry: Tha, that was my idea. Briggs: Well, we, we're very grateful.
Did God say why he needed a messenger at this particular time, Mr. Landers?
Jerry: Did anybody else say they saw God? Bobbie: No, Jerry. Well, there's an insurance salesman selling life-after-death policies.
Bobbie: Did you just say you saw him? Jerry: Yes. Bobbie: You didn't just hear him?
Do you understand what I've said? Do you have any questions?
Dinah: Do you remember your first moment on television? Carl: Well, actually I do. It was on, in 1948. It was Ma, Maggie McNellis' Crystal Room.
Dad, you're going to get God arrested.
Jerry: Did you watch Dinah Shore last night? God: I watch everything. Jerry: I got you national exposure. I hope you're happy.
Don't you, young man, try to teach this assemblage the role of the Deity.
"Did man fall from Grace in the Garden of Eden?"
Bailiff: Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? God: So help me, me. Judge: So help you, you?
Don't you see? He, He wants us all to decide for ourselves whether or not we saw Him and heard Him.
Molina: Do you really think you can make this fly? Jaime: I teach calculus or, have a good day.
Pancho: You know this stuff don't make no sense unless you show us how it works in the real world. Jaime: Do you think it would be possible to get a couple of gigolos for a practical demonstration?
Don't worry about the car. Leave the keys, case we have to move it.
Iranoff: Do we give the impression of people who are pressed for money? Mercier: Yes.
Kopalski: If we had known, we would have greeted you with flowers. Ninotchka: Don't make an issue of my womanhood.
Leon: Poor, poor Ninotchka. Ninotchka: Don't pity me, pity the polish lancer. After all, I'm still alive.
Randolph: Don't get all defrosted, Dad. Dr. Conrad: Don't do what? Randolph: Well you heard me. Don't get all defrosted. Dr. Conrad: How the hell does your mother put up with you?
Death, death! Always so glum.
What about life, Ninotchka? Do Russians never think about life? of the moment in which we're living, the only moment we ever really have?
Oh, Leon, don't ever ask me for a picture of myself. I couldn't bear the thought of being shut up in a drawer. I couldn't breathe. I couldn't stand it.
Don't shush me, please. I am the people.
Oh, please, Ninotchka, don't start figuring it out in cows.
Don't, Jack. You said enough.
Dad, we could get snowed in for months. You'll thank me.
Susan: Do you know why you're following me? You're a fixation. David: Oh, I'm not following you. I've been sitting here. I haven't moved from this spot.
David: Don't think that I don't appreciate all you've done. Susan: It was nothing, David, really. David: Just a minute. But there are limits to what a man can bear.
Susan: Well, he said that David was an old, old friend of his, that he'd been working very, very hard in town, and that he was on the point of having a nervous breakdown. David: Oh, now I'm a nut from Brazil.
Dorothy: Do you like music? Hermie: Yeah. Yeah, I'm quite musical.
Uh, Hermie, excuse me. Do you think you could come by my house Thursday afternoon? I have some heavy things to move, and I think I'll need some help.
Oscy: Didn't it feel like an arm? Hermie: An arm? Oscy: Yeah. Hermie: No. No, it felt like a breast.
Dad, that mystery stuff is so boring to me now. I've completely moved on. That was really just a phase, you know, like papier-mache or puppets.
And now King. Don't you think this has something to do with that? Can't you see?
Disks are passed from hand to hand. The communiqués are not transmitted, not copied. My man says that real orders are verbal or in code on paper.
Don't meet many Marines these days. Everybody joins the Navy.
Don't you stand here-- don't you stand here in my face-- don't you say one more fucking word to me.
Grant: Danny, what the fuck are you doing? You just got married, man. Think about Karen! Danny: I am thinking about Karen.
Dad, you're melting.
But, don't you find it a bit chilly without a gun, Elizabeth?
Susan: Did we get across? David: No, Susan. We're right back where we started, only we're wet.
Susan: Don't you worry, David, because if there's anything that I can do to help you, just let me know, and I'll do it. David: Well, don't do it until I let you know.
Trish: Do I know you? Maurice: How you gonna play me like that?
Do you understand? Do you understand?!
Dim sum good! You call again!
Oh, jeez. Do you think you could find something better to do than creep up on me?
You are every bit as responsible as those people who did this to my brother. No, don't even come near me, I hate you.
Don't look at me, boy, I'll put your ass on the news tonight.
Trish? Damn, this pizza's good. Trish!
Damn, that's some cold shit.
James: Hi. Caroline: Did you save the world today, James? James: If only you knew, Caroline.
Don't get your panties up in a bunch just because I used the M-word as an adjective, as in, "When I landed at this airport, I was confronted by a self-important American-hating, frog leg eating, snail sucking, motherfucking, cocksucking bureaucrat."
Do I look like I play board games?
Wax: You good? James: Let's just get out of here. Wax: Did I say we were done?
Do you ever notice the closer you get to the people who cook the shit, the better it tastes? And from the taste of it, we're about two people removed from the chef who's got the recipe for this very fine product.
James: I understand, but don't you think... Wax: Stop thinking, Reese. Just do exactly what Wax says.
James: Dinner? Wax: Why the hell not?
Caroline: Did you at least catch them all? Wax: Not sure, but find out soon enough. All right, let's party. Let's party, yeah.
Don't you dare. Don't you dare point that at me. You point that at her.
No, no, no. Do not shoot, that vest will explode.
James: Okay, well, if that's the case... Wax: No shit. Yeah, man. Damn. Welcome to the club, pard.
Ana: Do you think they got the test ahead of time? Javier: I don't know. Claudia was having emotional problems. Ana: Pancho was way behind.
Javier: Do you really think anyone cheated? Ana: No. But my father does.
Do you think the students cheated?
Don't wear clothes with too many pockets. Don't let your eyes wander. No spacing out.
Don't give them any opportunity to call you cheaters.
Do not fill in answers by guessing. Wrong answers will be counted against you. You may begin part one, now.
Diaz, Maria, four. Sinfuentes, Mark, five. Narvarra, Jose, four.
Don't do anything about Karami, huh? Don't try to flip him or anything like that.
Chris: Anyone know why he asked for me? Beck: We were hoping you could answer that.
Susie: Don't you have enough proof of the FBI's complicity yet? Bill: Maybe I got just a little bit more respect for this country's institutions then you do Susie! Susie: My God!