I'm determined that television's first on-air conception will still take place.
I hereby proclaim this planet Trumania of the Burbank galaxy.
Riley: Okay, I'll drive. Ben: We're in England.
I got a 6-pack of cold brewskis with our name on 'em.
In cooperation with the county police, we have begun an active investigation into the cause of the flooding.
I want to know why this filth is being taught to our children.
Angry College Girl: I hate her! Patrick: This is the right place.
Is that the best you can do? You're gonna have to kill me!
I can do anything I want. And so can you.
I'm gonna go ahead and take myself out of the line of fire for this one, guys.
I am the creator of a television show that gives hope and joy and inspiration to millions.
Miss Pomeroy: It's meant to be ironic. Kitty Farmer: Excuse me. You need to go back to grad school.
I have been watching you your whole life.
I was watching when you were born. I was watching when you took your first step. I watched you on your first day of school.
In case I don't see you, good afternoon, good evening, and good night.
I mean, who cares if Ling Ling returns the wallet and keeps the money? It has nothing to do with either fear or love.
If you don't complete the assignment, you'll get a zero for the day.
I have significant doubts about your-- Our paths through life must be righteous.
I urge you to go home and look in the mirror, and pray that your son doesn't succumb to the path of fear.
I arranged for the tailor to fit three tuxedos tonight.
I don't see me tripping the light fantastique up a red carpet anytime soon.
It probably has something to do with the second development.
I'm thinking getting a whack at planting old Uncle Adolf makes this horse a different color.
I'm probably going to end up losing this leg.
I don't. I like smoking, drinking and ordering in restaurants.
I know this is a silly question before I ask it, but can you Americans speak any other language than English?
It sounds like shit. What else are we going to do? Go home?
If you don't blow it, with that, I can get you in the building.
Well, I speak the most Italian, so I'll be your escort. Donowitz speaks second most, so he'll be your Italian cameraman.
It's just a cat, right? I mean, couldn't he put it in his little satchel? Doesn't he have a little cat satchel?
I said, the little kitty cat can't stay here.
Louden: I will try to make wendy as happy as I can. Simon Worthington: Hell, that doesn't matter, son, as long as you signed the agreement.
Ironhide, report to me at once.
I'm a detective. A damn good detective.
I want you to make a special run to Autobot City on Earth.
And as if to make my point, I'm a little surprised how tall you were in real life.
If you don't think I wouldn't interrogate every single one of your swastika-marked survivors.
It's just that I was stuck in that cage for 4 years. I just went a little crazy. It won't happen again.
I guess I just miss my dad.
I don't need any more trouble in my life. I'm gonna get on that bus and go back to Philly.
Riley: No, I can do it. I just don't like that you assume that I can do it. Abigail: Why thank you, Riley.
I'm not supposed to pick up anybody without their clothes on. Company policy.
If you're gonna ride, Danno, ride in style!
Rumble, frenzy, ravage, ratbat-- eject. Operation: interference!
If they're still here, and if they're still alive, and that's one big if.
But if I don't pick up this phone right here, you may very well get all four.
I was afraid you'd be trapped outside the city.
Gentlemen, I have no intention of killing Hitler and killing Goebbels and killing Goring and killing Bormann, not to mention winning the war single-handedly for the Allies, only later to find myself standing before a Jewish tribunal.
If you want to win the war tonight, we have to make a deal.
Louden: Is that when you started murdering people? Nikki: Hey, I'm a thief. I admit that, but I never killed anybody.
I got better things to do tonight than die.
However, I'm sure this mission of yours has a commanding officer. A general.
I'm betting for OSS would be my guess.
Is that the way you say it? "That's a bingo. "
I'll rip out your Optics!
I would've waited an eternity for this. It's over, Prime.
I fear the wounds are fatal.
I really don't understand you, Olsen. A boring banquet, and you bring me 3,000 boring pictures.
I've seen your kind my whole life. There's never been but one way to deal with any of you.
I cannot speak for everyone, but personally, I am getting sick to my stomach of all your empty yellow talk.
If you want to make a fight with these boys, why not get it over with, right now?
I'm glad I'm a writer.
In the meantime, relax with me while I play this song from the coupe de villes...
I got a paper to get out here.
I understand most of your enemies got it in the back.
I think we ought to just kill 'em all.
I'm not so sure I want you. You're just a voice on the phone.
I loved her more than I'll ever love anyone else as long as I live.
If that tastes better going down.
I married her, and we were going to have a child, and she died, and our child with her.
It'll probably take me a month to get to Vancouver, and if I can sell 'em for 5 bucks apiece, I'll be rich.
I wanted to die, too. I burned everything we owned, the pictures, the baby clothes she'd made, ribbons from her hair.
I tried to burn out everything I'd felt back there.
I'm not asking for any more than you can give me.
I just want to be close to you.
I want to be lying here next to you when we're 80.
I never thought about living that long. But if I do, you can bet all I'll be doing is lying here.
Wendy: Is it possible for you to be any dumber? Buck: I don't see how.
If I was married to him, I'd drink a gallon of the stuff.
I just can't help myself. I love getting presents.
If you're gonna break the fast, the least you can do is invite a friend.
Wyatt: I'm not in the mood for talking, Doc. Doc: You know how it is with me. You don't have to do much talking when I'm around.
I have figured it out. It's nothing much. Just luck.
I wake up every morning looking in the face of death, and you know what? He ain't half bad.
I think the secret old Mr. Death is holding is that it's better for some of us over on the other side.
I know it can't be any worse for me.
I don't have to tell you. It isn't easy for me to lose one of my best reporters.
Is that supposed to let me off the hook?
I waited long enough as it is. Those Earps and that skinny, diseased friend of theirs gonna find out what a real fight is all about.
I'm moving on. If you're smart, you'll go back to the hotel and get some sleep.
I got friends. They're coming tomorrow. You'll see. And then this town is gonna thank us for what we done.
I hear you're gonna kill me. Get out your gun and commence.
I've done my share of bootlegging.
Sitting in your chair, I would probably say the same thing, and 999.999 times out of a million, you would be correct.
If you intend to open your lying mouth about me or my friends again, then go heel and make a fight!
But in the pages of history, every once in a while, fate reaches out and extends its hand.
I don't want to see you shot down in some street fight I don't even understand.
And it was my placement of Lieutenant Raine's dynamite in Hitler and Goebbels' opera box that assured their demise.
I want my full military pension and benefits under my proper rank.
I want to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for my invaluable assistance in the toppling of the Third Reich.
In fact, I want all the members of Operation Kino to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor.
And I would like the United States of America to purchase property for me on Nantucket Island.
I look forward to seeing you face to face as well, sir.
If you leave me, I'll kill myself. And I'll do it this time.
I swear. I swear before God Almighty, I will kill myself. It'll be on your head.
I have a message for Germany.
And I want you to look deep into the face of the Jew who's going to do it!
I feel I can talk to you!
I'm officially surrendering myself over to you, Lieutenant Raine.
Is that really necessary?
I'm a slave to appearances.
I made a deal with your general for that man's life!
I don't blame you. Damn good deal.
Well, if you're willing to barbecue the whole High Command, I suppose that's worth certain considerations.
I mean, if I had my way, you'd wear that goddamn uniform for the rest of your pecker-sucking life.
I'm going to give you a little something you can't take off.
You know something, Utivich? I think this just might be my masterpiece.
Um, I know this is gonna sound kind of weird, but... do you know anything about... time travel?
In order to travel back in time, you have to have a big spaceship or something that can travel faster than the speed of light?
Donnie: It's called "The Philosophy of Time Travel." Elizabeth: What does philosophy have to do with time travel?
I think Frank wants me to go talk to her, you know, because the last time I saw him, he asked me if I knew about time travel.
It reminded me of my dog, Callie. She died when I was eight, and she crawled underneath the.. the porch.
I mean, I'd like to believe I'm not, but I just-- I've just never seen any proof, so I-- I just don't debate it anymore, you know?
It's like I could spend my whole life debating it over and over again, weighing the pros and cons, and in the end, I still wouldn't have any proof. So I just-- I just don't debate it any more.
I am Nikki Finn. I will not be denied. I will know vengeance!
And it happened in the 1932 world series.
Montgomery: I recently lost Elwood, my housekeeper. Louden: He quit? Montgomery: No, no. I lost him. I think he's in the west wing somewhere. Sometimes at night, I think I hear him crying. It's most distressing.
It was in the greatest summer of my life. When he taught me to play baseball, and he became my best friend.
I love women who laugh. I love women who refuse to laugh...
I moved to the neighborhood two weeks before school let out.
I was from another state, and I didn't have a single friend in a thousand miles.
It was a lousy way to end up in the fifth grade, 'cause I had zip time to make friends before summer.
I figure we can open up, like you said, an animal hospital or something. We can call it the critter crisis center.
Yeah, I'm running a little behind schedule here.
I'd followed them to the sandlot once after school. I'd never seen anyplace like it.
It was like their own little baseball kingdom or something.
It was the greatest place I'd ever seen anyway.
But when I finally got up enough guts to go out there and try and make friends, I found out that they never kept score, they never chose sides.
It was like an endless dream game.
Mr. Worthington: I was thrilled when you and Wendy decided to get engaged, you know that? Louden: Sir, you set my desk on fire.
Louden: I'm more of a Volvo man myself. Nikki: Thank you. Louden: It's a pretty car. It's just a little overstated for my taste.
Nikki: I can't go back to Philly without any presents for my mom. She thinks I've been shopping. Louden: Shopping... For 4 years?
Ben: Squints! Scotty: Of course, if I'd have known what was gonna happen when I got there, I got it! I probably never would've gone.
If it wasn't for Benny, I never would've made a single friend that summer, 'cause all the rest of those guys thought I was a lost cause.
I don't want you sitting around in here all summer fiddling with this stuff.
I got assault knives, 10-inch blades, car stereos, compact disc players, washers, video cameras, I got bootleg tapes. I got Italian suits. Shoes, designer jeans.
I know you're smart, and i'm proud of you.
I want you to get out into the fresh air and make some friends.
I can't have anyone with me who isn't with me.
If the ball moves, move your glove.
Louden: I know my rights. I'm going to Harlem. What is wrong with this door? Nurse#2: Well, you just push. You just have to push. Louden: Eh-uhh.
Scotty: I just took my eye off the ball, mom. Bill: Yeah, but at least you caught it.
I spent 4 years of my life in the hole, waiting for the chance to get out and clear my name, and I will know vengeance.
It is also our opinion that you have served sufficient time in this institution as punishment for the crime you committed. Parole granted.
It'll still be black, but it won't swell.
I'm gonna play some ball. We need an extra guy. You wanna go?
I'll be back in a little while.
Ham: I'm the great Bambino. All: Oh! Scotty: Who's that?
I had no idea who they were talking about.
I was a late bloomer myself.
Scotty: I thought you said, "the great Bambi." Ham: That wimpy deer?
I've been searching for a long time for somebody to make these machines do what they're not supposed to do.
I think we'd all be a lot happier on this most joyous of weekends if Nikki Finn were far, far away.
I'm his sister, his baby sister.
I was just thinking that somebody like you could do really well in Metropolis.
I see Superman every day.
If I was guilty and I wanted to beat that machine, it wouldn't be hard. It wouldn't be hard at all.
Nick Curran: I don't know anything that's not police business. Catherine Tramell: You know I don't wear any underwear, don't you, Nick?
I'm Charles Xavier. Would you like some breakfast?
I'm using you for my detective in my book. You don't mind, do you?
If no one is equipped to oppose them, humanity's days could be over.
It's gonna be close. A vote this loaded is always close.
If it were up to me, I'd lock 'em all away.
It's a war. It's the reason people like me exist.
Wolverine: Is that your gift? Putting up with that guy? Jean Grey: Actually, I'm telekinetic. I can move things with my mind.
Jean Grey: I also have some telepathic ability. Wolverine: What, like your professor? Jean Grey: Nowhere near that powerful. But he's teaching me to develop it.
It was an accident.
Wolverine: I feel like she almost killed me. Professor X: If she'd held out any longer, she could have.
Storm: Where are you going? Wolverine: I'm gonna find her. Professor X: How? Wolverine: The traditional way. Look.
I'm professor Charles Xavier.
Senator Kelly: I was afraid if I went to a hospital, they would.. Professor X: Treat you like a mutant?
Cyclops: I'm sorry, professor, but he'll endanger the mission. And if... Wolverine: Hey, I wasn't the one who gave the train station a new sunroof, pal.
If you were really so righteous, it'd be you in that thing.
Riley: Is it, Abigail? Is it? Abigail: It's just totally... Riley: Crazy? Abigail: Yeah!
Dr. John McKittrick: I wish they brought a couple senators. Pat Healy: What? Dr. John McKittrick: I'd like to tell them what's going on around here.
I'm the one who has to explain to the president why 22% of his missile commanders failed to launch their missiles.
It plays an endless series of war games, using all available information on the state of the world.
It estimates soviet responses to our responses to their responses and so on.
I wouldn't trust this overgrown pile of microchips any further than I could throw it.
Jennifer: I'm sorry if I got you in trouble today, I just couldn't stop laughing. David: That's o.k. You were perfect.
I don't think that I deserved an "f", do you?
I'm gonna kidnap the president of the United States.
Ben: I was thinking Mount Vernon. Patrick: Oh. Abigail: What? Riley: I'm in.
I appreciate you doing your job, but I have no enemies down here. In the cellar. In this tiny little room.
I don't believe any system is totally secure. I betcha Jim could get in.
or the weight of history that falls upon you. I believe you to be an honorable man, sir.
I was trying to find out more about the guy who designed those game programs so I can get his secret password.
It's about this guy named Falken. He was into games as well as computers. He designed them to play checkers or poker, chess.
If I could just get that damn password, I could play the computer.
It can't be that simple.