I really miss you, too. I love you. Oh! Whoa! I mean... I mean... you amaze me.
Sammy: I have to tell you something, I am... a homo... homosexual. Vickie: Oh, Christ.
I mean, I... I want to... I want to be let back in the house.
Mysterious... I love a mystery.
President Bennett: Why? Robert Ritter: Nothing exotic, sir. Straight piracy and murder. It's not the first time. President Bennett: It's the first time it was a friend of mine.
Ryan: I haven't slept in 36 hours. Did I make any sense? Greer: I don't know, What did you say? Just kidding. Good job.
Col. Felix Cortez: Do you know what you've done? Ernesto Escobedo: I killed a thief, a thief who was stealing... from me! Col. Felix Cortez: And his wife, and his son, and his daughter...
Sally Ryan: I don't have time for waffles. You can have toast or toast. Ryan: Anybody seen my keys?
Ryan: What are they telling you? Greer: Pancreatic cancer of an aggressive nature, if I heard them right. Ryan: Jesus. Well, what does it mean? Greer: I guess it means I'm in big trouble.
Hey. I'm not dead yet.
Daryl: What would you say? That was about 150 head? Glenn: That was last week. It could be twice that by now.
So unless I have written authorization, this thing is over before it begins, because I'm not going to be the only one left without a chair when the music stops.
I mean, it's no sense in defusing a bomb after it's already......it's already gone off.
Yeah, but if this group joins with that one, they could spill out this way.
I hate this job.
I hear the words "that's final" come out your mouth ever again, they truly will be.
If anything happens to her, anything at all... I swear to you I will get very choked up. Honestly. There could be tears.
Fergus: What are you doing? Anthony: I'm in the firing position known as the sitting position. After the prone position, it is the platform most likely to enable a Marine to effectively kill his target. His target being a human, generally an enemy, but sometimes a friend or friendly.
I'm the fastest.
I'll run for the gate.
Kruger: What the fuck is this? Doc John: It's a waiver. It says these pills aren't proven. It says you won't sue if you get fucked up. Kruger: Okay, yeah, sure, fine.
Carter: There's no bullets in here. Lee: I'm sorry. Carter: I am trying to kill somebody, man. Damn.
Alan Troy: Are you all right? What the fuck, man? Anthony: I pissed myself.
I'd like to strip you down and butter you like a slice of Wonder Bread. And shave your armpits and pour honey all over your naked body. And for the next two weeks pretend I was a hungry bear.
I came here to fight. I've just got to get out of this fucking oil.
I thank God for every fucking day that He gives me in the Corps. Ooh-rah. I mean, who else gets a chance to see shit like this?
I got the kind of mission scout snipers would pop their grandmother to get.
Anthony: I never shot my rifle. Alan Troy: You do it now.
Anthony: Fergus? Fergus: Hey, man. Anthony: Hey, man, how you doing? Nice haircut. Fergus: Good, thanks. Anthony: Come on in. Fergus: I got some bad news, man.
Felix Cortez: What would you say if I promised you that I would reduce the cocaine shipments to your country by half? James Cutter: I'd say you've been using too much of your product.
Jack Ryan: Who authorized this? Ritter: I'm sure they'll ask you that. Jack Ryan: Who authorized it? Ritter: I have no recollection, Senator.
Jack Ryan: I didn't sign up for this. This is someone's bullshit political agenda. Who authorized this? Cutter? Ritter: Cutter couldn't tie his shoes without permission. Jack Ryan: If I go down you're coming with me. Ritter: Wrong again. I have an autographed get out of jail free card!
Ryan: Is that a body down there? Clark: Yeah. Ryan: One of ours? Clark: One of mine.
So, the question is... what am I supposed to do with you? Well? I guess I'm supposed to kill you with this bat!
President Bennett: How dare you come in here and lecture me! Jack Ryan: How dare you, sir! President Bennett: How dare you come into this office and bark at me like some little junkyard dog? I am the President of the United States!
The President: You'll take the blame. Cutter and Ritter will take some too, but it won't amount to much. They'll get a slap on the wrist and then $20,000 an hour on the lecture circuit. The rest of the blame will fall on Greer. Oh yeah, you'll take him down with you. You'll destroy his reputation. But that's as far ...
Murray: Is Oscar playing or not? Hey, Oscar! Oscar: Yeah? Murray: Hey Oscar, are you in or out? Oscar: Out pussycat, out!
Oscar: I'm in for a quarter. Murray: Aren't you going to look at your cards first? Oscar: What for? I'm gonna bluff anyway.
Temper. Temper. If I wanted nagging, I'd go back with my wife.
Oscar: I'm out. Who wants food? Murray: What do you got? Oscar: I got, uh, brown sandwiches and, uh, green sandwiches. Which one do you want? Murray: What's the green? Oscar: It's either very new cheese or very old meat. Murray: I'll take the brown.
Roy: Are you crazy? You're not going to eat that, are you? Murray: I'm hungry! Roy: His refrigerator has been out of order for two weeks now. I saw milk standing in there that wasn't even in the bottle! Oscar: What are you, some kind of a health nut? Eat, Murray, eat!
Oscar: I'm $800 behind in alimony. Let's raise the stakes. Roy: They can do it, you know. Oscar: Do what? Roy: Throw you in jail. Oscar: Never. If she can't call me up once a week to aggravate me, she's not happy.
Murray the Cop: Aren't you worried about the kids? Oscar: Murray, the kids are living in their grandfather's house with a swimming pool in California. Can we just play cards? Roy: I told you you'd get into trouble. It's because you don't know how manage anything. I should know I'm your accountant. Oscar: If ...
Roy: If you need money, how come you play poker? Oscar: 'Cause I need money. Roy: But you always lose. Oscar: That's why I need the money. Roy: Then don't play poker. Oscar: Then don't come to my house and eat my potato chips. You see, wise guy? Potato chips!
Murray the Cop: I'm a cop, you know I can arrest the whole lousy game. Oscar: My friend Murray the cop is right. Let's just play cards and please hold them up. I can't see where I marked them.
Vinnie: I thought he looked edgy the last couple of weeks. Don't you think he looked edgy? Speed: No, as a matter of fact, I thought you looked edgy.
Zoe Washburne: It's just... in the time of war, we would've never left a man stranded. Malcolm Reynolds: Maybe that's why we lost.
Roy: If anything happens, Oscar, just call me. Speed: I'm three blocks away. I could be here in five minutes. Vinnie: If you need me, I'll be at the Meridian Motel, Miami Beach. Oscar: You'll be the first one I call, Vinnie.
Felix: I think I'm crazy. Oscar: If it makes you feel any better, I think so too.
It's pretty romantic. Want to screw around?
The Operative: I should tell you, so that you don't waste your time. You can't make me angry. Inara Serra: Please, spend an hour with him.
Inara Serra: I just want to know who I'm dealing with. I've seen too many versions of you to be sure. Malcolm Reynolds: I start fighting a war, I guarantee you'll see something new.
I've staked my crew's life on the theory you're a person, actual and whole, and if I'm wrong, you'd best shoot me now. Or we could talk more.
I don't care what you believe. Just believe it.
It takes two to make a rotten marriage.
I hate me. Boy, do I hate me!
I've been one of the highest paid sports writers in the east for 14 years. We saved $ 8.50 in pennies. I'm never home. I gamble. Burn cigar holes in the furniture. I drink like a fish. Lie to her every chance I get.
Oscar: Hello. Oh hello, Frances. Felix: I'm not here. I'm not here. You haven't heard from me. You don't know where I've been. You didn't see me. I didn't call. And I'm not here. And I'm not here. Oscar: Yes, he's here.
Don't come to me with your petty problems. You get this one stinkin' night a week. I'm cooped up here with Mary Poppins 24 hours a day.
Murray: Hey, what happened to the apartment? Oscar: It's been given the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval.
If your quarry goes to ground, leave no ground to go to.
Malcolm Reynold: I don't murder children. The Operative: I do. If I have to.
I'll go down first.
I mean to live. I mean for us to live. The Alliance won't have that, so we go where they don't follow.
I'll take watch over there.
Look, I know we're all exhausted.
I appreciate everything you're doing. And we all do, but it's been a death march and they're exhausted.
Well, if there's walls down, what are we gonna do? We can't rebuild this whole place.
I'll take the perch.
I saved your ass all winter, didn't I?
I won't have you dying for me.
If we stay, I'll die here.
Daryl: I ain't wearing this shit. T-Dog: We could boil 'em. Daryl: Ain't enough firewood in the whole forest. No.
It's the baby. I think I lost it.
If we're all infected, then so is the baby.
I'm going out of my mind.
What is that smell? Disinfectant? It's the cards. He washed the cards. I'm getting out of here. I can't stand any more.
Felix would you leave everything alone please. I'm not through dirtying up for the night.
I don't think that two single men living alone in a big eight room apartment should have a cleaner house than my mother!
Dancer: Who are you? Carter: Who am I? Dancer: Oui. Carter: I'm Bubbles. The new costume designer!
Lee: I was trying to save your life. Carter: Well, you couldn't wait five minutes? We was about to make love, man! And you ruin it.
George: I'm trying tell you I'm an American spy. Paulette: Ha. You a spy? George: Yes, I'm working undercover with the police. We're about to crack a big case!
I'm serious! I'm not playin'!
I'd buy that for a dollar.
I know it's not my place. If I could be maternal for a moment, I don't like to see you like this. I've seen you like this before, and... We've all had bad things happen to us.
I am a leaf on the wind. Watch how I soar.
Hoban Washburne: It's okay. I am a leaf on the wind! Malcolm Reynolds: What does that mean?
I am a leaf on the wind. Watch how...
Malcolm Reynolds: I haven't made you angry, have I? The Operative: There are a lot of innocent people in the air being killed right now. Malcolm Reynolds: You have no idea how true that is.
I know the secret. The truth that burned up River Tam's brain. Rest of the 'verse is going to know it, too. 'Cause they need to.
River. River, I'm sorry.
Oh! Oh, I need bandages.
It's the Pax. The G-23 Paxilon Hydroclorate that we added to the air processors.
It was supposed to calm the population, weed out aggression. Well, it works.
Tomas: What you got going on in there? Daryl: It ain't none of your concern.
Malcolm Reynolds: I wish like hell you was elsewhere. Inara Serra: I was.
Sherman: I am sick and I am tired of your S H... Dean: "I". Sherman: Thank you. T-E.
Granny: Me and Isaac might be dried-up geriatrics, but ain't nothing wrong with Isaac's love tackle. Ernie: Oh, snap now. Granny: Hmm? What's the matter, Cletus, cat got your tongue? Step on a nerve, Clesius? I get you. Got you, got you. Got ya!
Granny: Come on right now! I'm gonna tell you something. I got a razor in this bag. Papa: Oh, yeah, I'll tell you what. That ain't even no bag in your hand. That's your titty.
You know, it's funny how you get used to certain things in life, you know? You get used to being overweight. I know I did. You even get used to people making fun of you. Somewhere along the line, I got used to being alone. And I just don't wanna be alone anymore.
Simon Tam: I thought she was getting better. Jayne Cobb: And I thought they was getting off! Didn't we have an intricate plan how they was gonna be not here anymore?
Sherman: I'm in charge. Doctor: Can't hear you. Sherman: I'm in charge. Doctor: Can't hear you! Sherman: I'm in charge! Sorry about that.
Felix: It's funny. I haven't thought of women in weeks. Oscar: I fail to see the humor.
Felix: I'll take a pill and go to sleep. Oscar: Why take a pill when you take a girl?
If we're going to have fun together, you guys had better loosen up.
I can get anything I want. Right now, I want to party.
I didn't get shit. Not even a "happy birthday."
I'm 16. Everything should be platinum.
It would devastate my reputation as a dude.
I was nuts for the girl. And what did it to me was these big titties she had. She wouldn't have had to worry about no titties for the rest of her life, boy. You know, she was set and she was looking good, son.
Wyatt: I really shouldn't be driving. Lisa: Hey, listen, I appreciate it. You know, I really just don't feel like driving. Gary: Okay, forget it. I'll drive. Give me the keys! Give me the keys!
I know I came on kinda like a poozer on the bus tonight and everything. But that's just so my friends won't think, you know, I'm a jerk.
I owe all my great weekends to you.
For folks who are not following instructions, if you are not evacuating when you’ve been asked to evacuate, you’re putting first responders at danger.
You're lucky, you know. I rarely allow anyone into my flat.
I wanna thank you for, uh, loanin' me the Donger. He's really bitchin'.
The fact is, I'm worried about keeping people alive, first. If they're not alive, they can't vote.
Long Doc Dong: I never been so happy in my whole life. Marlene: You maniac!
It's been said that clothes speak the international language. And I have to admit, I'm a bit of a fashion whore.
If you ooze masculinity, like some of us do, you have no reason to fear pink. Smashing.
I know that right now some people in the country are a little nervous about a storm about to hit the coast, and our thoughts and prayers are with the people who will find themselves in harm's way.
Alfie: Oh, blimey. I'm so rude. I haven't introduced myself. I'm... Lu Schnitman: Alfie? Alfie: There you go. Alfie.
I don't know how to thank you enough.
Alfie: I don't mean to be forward, Lu, but you should know by now that a full-figured girl like yourself is every guy's secret fantasy. Lu Schnitman: Stop it.
I'm just this ridiculous dork that's following him around like a puppy.
Alfie: I'm working the night spot, and my apartment is a horror show, so I'm sorry if I keep you up with the dust-busting at 2 a.m. Lu Schnitman: Oh, don't you worry. I'll give it a quick straighten. Alfie: Oh, no, no, you don't need to that.
Alfie: I'm a blessed man having you in my life. Lu Schnitman: Thank you. Alfie: Keys are in the usual spot.
I'd always been told that the most beautiful women in the world resided in Manhattan.
I am not worried at this point about the impact on the election. I’m worried about the impact on families, and I’m worried about the impact on our first responders. I’m worried about the impact on our economy and on transportation. The election will take care of itself next week
The Operative: I already know you will not see reason. Malcolm Reynolds: The Alliance wanted to show me a reason they shouldn't have sent an assassin.
I have a warship in deep orbit, Captain. We locked on to Serenity's pulse beacon the moment you hit atmo.
I can speak a word and send a missile to that exact location inside of three minutes.
Malcolm Reynolds: I didn't start this. Jayne Cobb: No, that's right. Alliance starts the war, and then you volunteer.
I mean to confound these bungers. Take my shot at getting to Miranda. Maybe find something I can use to get clear of this.
Malcolm Reynolds: I ain't looking for help from on high. That's a long wait for a train don't come. Derrial Book: When I talk about belief, why do you always assume I'm talking about God?
I'm a hair's breadth from riddling you with holes, Doctor.
I'm sorry. If your quarry goes to ground, leave no ground to go to.
I myself subscribe more to the European philosophy of life. My priorities leaning towards wine, women... Well, actually, that's about it. Wine and women.
To live life to the fullest, I require only enough to cover my modest expenses. I've no desire to be the richest stiff in the cemetery.
I think this might just be my favourite position. I know it was President Kennedy's. He was such a great leader.
Dorie: Wouldn't it be great if I was going home with you tonight instead of Phil the Pill? Alfie: Yeah. It's definitely time to stage a disappearing act.
Alfie: Oh, I nicked half a bottle of Stoli from the limo. How do you want yours, on the rocks? Julie: I just want my usual, Alfie. Straight up.
Felix: I'd like, uh, fresh ground. Butcher: That's fresh. Felix: That's not fresh. That's packaged. I want fresh. Butcher: How much? Felix: Four pounds. Exactly.
I'm home, dear!
Oscar: Get a hold of yourself, will ya? Felix: You think it's so easy? Go ahead, kitchen's yours, all yours, you go make a meatloaf for four people who come a half hour late. Go on. Oscar: I can't believe I'm arguing with him over gravy. Felix: They're here, the dinner guests. I'll get a saw and cut the meat!
Gwendolyn Pigeon: It's like Equatorial Africa on our side of the building. Cecily Pigeon: Well, last night it was so bad, Gwen and I sat there in Nature's own cooling ourselves in front of the open fridge. Can you imagine such a thing? Oscar: Well, I'm working on it.
I lit some candles and, uh... Played some music... And got myself in a position that wasn't... Uh... Very easy for me, emotionally. Um... It's called "the congress of the cow."
Gwendolyn Pigeon: I'm terribly sorry, I've think I've forgotten your name. Felix: Felix. Gwendolyn Pigeon: Oh, right, Felix. Cecily Pigeon: Like the cat. Gwendolyn Pigeon: Oh, well, the Pigeon's will have to be aware of the cat, won't they?
Is everybody happy?
It's 12 floors not 11.
You got anything on your chest besides your chin, you better get it off.
I was dejected, despondent and disgusted. Then you moved in. My closest and dearest friend. And after three weeks of close personal contact, I'm about to have a nervous breakdown. Do me a favor will you Felix. Move into the kitchen. Live with your pots, pans, ladles, your meat thermometers. When you want to come out...
Neighbor: I've been trick-or-treated to death tonight! Loomis: You don't know what death is!
Is this how you left that night with Frances? No wonder she wanted your room repainted. I'm gonna have yours dipped in bronze.
Murray: I'm telling you, I'm worried. I know Felix. He's going to try something crazy. Vinnie: You mean you just threw him out? Oscar: That's right, I threw him out. It was my decision. All right, I admit it. Let it be on my head. Vinnie: Let what be on your head? Oscar: How should I know? Felix put it there...
Wyatt: I wonder if Lisa's having a good time. Gary: Lisa could have a good time at an insurance seminar, Wyatt.
I believe in something greater than myself. A better world. A world without sin.
I guess you can take that area down there near the water.
Boy, I wouldn't give a squirt of piss for your ass right now.
I have no stomach for games.
It is mine. I've still got personal artifacts in there. That's about as mine as it gets.
I ain't going back in that cafeteria for one more minute.
I won't get ate! You shoot me if they take me! Well, don't shoot me first!
I know him. He'll kill himself just to spite me. Then his ghost will come back, following me around the apartment, haunting and cleaning, haunting and cleaning.
If these three pussies can do all this, the least we can do is take out another cell block.
Malcolm Reynolds: It should've hit me. Derrial Book: That crossed my mind.
Wyatt: I think it was a dream. Gary: What? Wyatt: Everything... Last night, Lisa. The whole thing. It had to be a dream. Gary: It can't be a dream, Wyatt. We were both in it. How can two people have the same dream. Wyatt: There's no other explanation, It had to be a dream. Gary: Wait. Let's analyze this...
Just for that, I ought to give you a set of elephant balls.
Oscar: Stop that, will ya? What are you doing? Felix: I'm trying to clear up my ears! Fmuh! You create a pressure inside your head, HMAHHH! It opens up the Eustachian tubes. HMAHH! HMAAHH! HMAH huh! FMAAAAAHHH! Oscar: Did it open up? Felix: Uh huh, I think I sprained my throat. Eh eh eh eh eh eh.
Felix: I'll be in the way. Won't I be in the way? Gwendolyn Pigeon: How could you possibly be in anyone's way? Oscar: You want to see a typewritten list? Gwendolyn Pigeon: Haven't you said enough already?
Felix: I was just repeating what I thought you said. Oscar: Well, don't repeat what you thought I said, repeat what I said! My god, that's irritating!
Malcolm Reynolds: I look to be bored by many more sermons before you slip. Just don't move. Derrial Book: Can't order me around, boy. I'm not one of your crew.
Felix: I put order in this house. For the first time in months, you're saving money. You're sleeping on clean sheets. You're eating hot meals for a change and I did that. Oscar: Yes, that's right. And then at night after we've had your halibut steak and your tartar sauce, I have to spend the rest of the evening wa...
Derrial: I'm not one of your crew. Malcolm: Yes, you are.
It sure as hell don't look like anybody's been starving.
How many times do you want me to say it? I'm sorry. I'm sorry I ran you over, man. Damn!
Lee: I need to see Ambassador Han. Captain: The Ambassador is just out of surgery. The bullet missed his heart. He's gonna be OK.
Look, I know that I'm a shitty wife and I'm not winning any mother of the year awards, but I need you to know that... not for one second do I think there is malice in your heart. You're not a killer, and I know that. I know that, so... so do whatever you gotta do to keep this group safe. And do it with a clear consc...
It's gotta be the brain. Not the stomach, not the heart the brain.
Look at me. I'm not changing into one of those things.
Chet: Lady, I want to get to the bottom of this, A.S.A.F.P. Lisa: Oh, so do I. Chet: But first, I'd like to butter your muffin. Lisa: Why do you have to be such a wanker? Chet: Because I get off on it.
I can be a real serious bitch if I don't get what I want.
I need experience and we have plenty of cadavers.
I need to learn how to cut through the abdomen and the uterus without cutting the baby.
Rick: I said one door! Tomas: Shit happens.
Tomas: It was coming at me, bro. Rick: Yeah, yeah, I get it. I get it. Shit happens.
If you want to be a party animal, learn to live in the jungle.
I like my pharmaceuticals, but I'm no killer.
I ain't never pleaded for my life. And I ain't about to start now. So you do what you gotta do.
Lori Grimes: I thought, maybe, you were coming out here to talk about us. Maybe there's nothing to talk about anymore. Rick Grimes: We're awful grateful for what you did.
I guess this old world gets a little smaller toward the end, huh?
I was separated from the rest of them. Got left behind.
I plucked you and your mute here out of the dirt, blondie.