I'm gonna chop up your boy. I'm gonna feed him to my dogs.
I picked them up from Satan at a yard sale.
Guillermo: I told you how it has to be. Are you woefully deaf? Rick: No, my hearing's fine. You said come locked and loaded.
Ma'am, I'm not here to arrest your grandson.
I am Bear Claw Chrislap, blood kin to the grizzer that bit Jim Britcher's ass. You are molesting my hunt.
Rick: If it had, that blood would be on my hands. Guillermo: Mine too. We'd have fought back.
Me, I'm the custodian.
Jeremiah: If I head due west tomorrow, will I find good places to trap? Bear Claw: You head due west, turn the other place tomorrow, you'll be a starving pilgrim in a week.
I'm pleased to make your acquaintance, Mrs. Johnson. Your husband has told me so much about you.
Jerry: I'm, uh, Jerry Lundegaard. Carl: You're Jerry Lundegaard? Jerry: Yeah.
I'm Carl Showalter. This is my associate, Gaear Grimsrud.
Carl: I'm not gonna debate you, Jerry. Jerry: Ok. Carl: I'm not gonna sit here and debate.
I mean, you give us half the ransom, $40,000. You keep half. It's like robbing Peter to pay Paul. It doesn't make any sense.
Wade: I thought you were gonna show it to Stan Grossman. He passes on this stuff before it gets kicked up to me. Jerry: Well, Stan'll say, "no dice." that's why you pay him. I'm asking you here, Wade.
Carl: I know a place there we can get laid. What do you think? Gaear: I'm fuckin' hungry now, you know. Carl: Yeah, yeah, Jesus. I'm sayin' we can stop, get pancakes, and then we'll get laid, all right?
I'm fuckin' hungry now, you know.
Shep: I vouch for Grimsrud. Who's his buddy? Jerry: Uh, Carl something. Shep: Never heard of him. Don't vouch for him.
I was wondering, see, I got to get in touch with him. See, this deal I needed him for, I may not need it anymore. Something's happenin', see.
I mean, whoa, daddy. Stand back, man. Shit.
It's pretty darn busy here, but that's the way we like it.
I felt his presence. He's come for me.
It won't be easy for you to hear it, but you must. If I don't make it back, you're the only hope for the alliance.
I've felt it. He won't turn me over to the Emperor. I can save him. I can turn him back to the good side. I have to try.
I mean, don`t just walk in. Move across the room. And you don`t talk to her. Use your face. Use your body. Use everything. That`s what I do.
I mean, aside from the fact... That we're moving 300 fuckin' kilos and we're making dogshit, nothing, really.
You know, I`ve been thinking about this, Mr. Hand. If I`m here and you`re here, doesn`t that make it our time? I mean, certainly there`s nothing wrong with a feast on our time.
Derek Foreal: It's great. But what am I supposed to do with all this? George Jung: Sell it.
I can't feel my face. I mean, I can touch it, but I can't feel it inside.
George Jung: I think it's fair to say you underestimated the market, Derek. Derek Foreal: Right on. It's gonna take us longer to count it than it did to sell it.
Pablo Escobar: I've made a decision. We're going into business together, and I want to start right away. Diego Delgado: Whoo!
Jackson: Is there some place we can talk? Memphis: About what? Jackson: About your brother and the deep shit he's in.
I try to learn your ways, understand your obsessions. But this baseball, it's so bleeding boring. Isn't it?
I asked you a question.
It is another problem, isn't it?
I made this as well. My first one.
It takes 80,000 pounds of pressure to crush a car.
...I hunt you down, I kill you, I kill your brother and I kill your mother for the aggravation you've caused me.
I thought I'd catch a Lakers game. Heard we got Shaquille. You guys wanna go? Guess not.
Castlebeck: I gotta go tell my woman that I just lost $200 on a stupid deal. Drycoff: Mmm, she's mean. Castlebeck: What?
I tell you what - from here on out, if you walk across the street outside of a crosswalk...
...If you roll through a stop sign, if you use an aerosol can in a manner other than directed...
I mean, I don't care. You make one slip, and I will put you away for good.
Don't write this down, but l find Milton probably as boring as you find Milton.
You're using my police my sanitation people, my free Oldsmobiles. So, if you mention extortion again, I'll have your legs broken.
It's not going to be an orgy. It's a toga party.
l want you off this campus at 9 o'clock Monday morning!
Clorette: l lied, too. Pinto: Oh yeah? What about? Clorette: I'm only 13.
I have discovered that you have to work twice as hard when it's honest.
It started in Hollywood and moved east in no time. Everyone was doing it. I mean everyone!
It's 50 ladies in 24 hours, $200,000.
I'll be gone in three days. I'm just here on some family business.
Stan: If these numbers are right, this looks pretty sweet. Jerry: Oh, those numbers are right, all right. Believe me.
No, but, Wade, see, I was bringing you this deal for you to loan me the money to put in. It's my deal here, see.
Jerry: I'd pay you back the principal and interest. Heck, I'd... I'd go... One over prime? Stan: We're not a bank, Jerry.
If I'm only gettin' bank interest, I want complete security; heck, F.D.I.C. I don't see nothin' like that here.
Jerry: I guarantee you your money back. Wade: I'm not talkin' about your damn word, Jerry. Jeez! What the heck are you... Stan: We're not a bank, Jerry.
I assume, if you're not interested, you won't mind if we move on it... independently.
Yeah, I was, uh, gonna tape up those, uh, the tag, you know, to be in full compliance, but, uh, but it must have, uh, it must have slipped my mind.
I didn't do it for the money. I did it for the cars.
Memphis: It's weird, huh? Donny: It's... voodoo. Memphis: Oh, nonono, no, don't, don't say that. Donny: I put a spell on you.
I'm a victim of overwhelming nostalgia and memories.
Donny: I mean, let's face it this is not like the old days, brother. This business has lost its, uh... What? Otto: Dignity.
I can hack into the DMV mainframe, I can change VIN numbers, I can change addresses, registrations. I can do a lot of really tricky stuff.
fly away love
I saw three of these parked outside the local Starbucks this morning, which tells me only one thing - there's too many self indulgent wieners in this city with too much bloody money!
It's Amy's birthday tomorrow. I've been marking days on the calendar just to make sure.
I hope you understand the need for this this timeout.
I've got others I've got to think about.
I just want to make sure there's no, there's no hard feelings.
I never thought i'd be so happy to see those big bozos!
I feel like half of me is missing. And without the other half, how am I supposed to know who I really am?
I've got to ask you, man. It's been driving me crazy.
Libby: I love you a million Swedish fish. Daphne: I love you a million red M&M's.
Ian: I should warn you, though, the dog and bone's on the blink and we've no lift here. Daphne: Huh? Ian: Um... Phone is broken. Elevator, none.
Time, it's important to keep track, isn't it? The days at least.
"I give you the mausoleum of all hope and desire, which will fit your individual needs no better than it did mine or my father's before me."
I give it to you not that you may remember time.
It's not me. It's Faulkner. William Faulkner. Maybe my bad paraphrasing.
Andrea: Where are you going? Amy: I have to pee. Jeez, you try to be discreet around here.
I remember my dream now, why I dug the holes.
I'm gonna get you out of here, bud.
Listen to me. If you're gonna wake up, I need you to do it now.
It's the one car no matter how many times you try to boost, something always happens.
Jenner: It's just me here. Lori: What about the person you were speaking with? Vi?
I've already broken every rule in the book letting you in here. Let me just at least be thorough.
I just kept working. Hoping to do some good.
If you shower, go easy on the hot water.
I'm gonna tell you a few things and you're gonna listen to me.
I even took my ear and I put it on his chest and I listened for a heartbeat and I did not hear one.
If you thought for one second that he was still alive, would you have come?
So I saved your life. You and your little boy's. That's what I did.
Shane: I must have done it in my sleep. Rick: Never seen you do that before. Shane: Me neither.
Dale: Doctor, I don't mean to slam you with questions first thing. Jenner: But you will anyway.
Carl: Is that a brain? Jenner: An extraordinary one.
It invades the brain like meningitis.
I lost somebody too. I know how devastating it is.
In the case of this patient, it was two hours, one minute. Seven seconds.
Lori: It restarts the brain? Jenner: No, just the brain stem. Basically, it gets them up and moving.
It's nothing like before. Most of that brain is dark.
Jenner: It could be microbial, viral, parasitic, fungal. Jacqui: Or the wrath of God?
It's just morning sickness. Well, that passed.
Marge: I guess the little guy sat in there waitin' for his buddy to come back. Lou: Yeah, it would have been cold out here. Marge: Heck, yeah.
I'm not sure that I agree with you 100 percent on your police work there, Lou.
If I give these sons of bitches $1 million, where's my guarantee they're gonna let her go? $1 million is a lot of damn money.
Wade: I'm sayin' the cops, they can advise us on this. I'm sayin' call a professional. Jerry: No. No cops.
Scotty: I really think we should call the cops here. Jerry: No. No. No one can know about this thing. We gotta play ball with these guys.
I give you $30 million, and you give me this little book.
George Jung: I'm George. Mirtha Jung: I know who you are. El Americano.
I know what you're up to. Not everything, but I get the picture. And I don't care.
I don't like it. It's not what I would have chosen for ya. But it's your life. It's got nothin' to do with me.
Fred Jung: I couldn't stop you if I wanted to, could I? George Jung: Probably not. Fred Jung: No.
George Jung: It's just business. Now shut up. You're driving me crazy. Diego Delgado: I'm driving you fucking crazy? You're driving me fucking crazy. We had a dream. What happened to our dream?
I give you everything. I give you everybody. And what do you give me, George, hmm? What do you give me?
It seems to me we haven't thanked our host properly.
It's always better going down than coming up.
I can see now that it was probably a mistake. I shouldn't have come.
I'll see you in the office.
It's people who are hyper-connected socially. People who have an appetite for getting things done. The true multi-taskers. And, people who want to get the most out of their smartphones.
I remember it like I had it for breakfast this morning.
I'd like to get a chocolate malt.
I'm gonna smoke you!
Castlebeck: Here's Donny. How you been, D? Donny: I'm just happy to see you, bra.
I noticed your band is on the roster for the dance auditions after school today. Why even bother, McFly? You don't have a chance. You're too much like your old man.
Jennifer: It's like Doc's always saying.... Marty: Yeah, I know, I know. If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything.
I mean, what if they say I'm no good? What if they say, "Get outta here, kid. You got no future"? I mean, I just don't think I can take that kind of rejection.
I've been in the dark for almost a month.
I'm gonna get shit-faced drunk again.
If you'd take your nose out of the air, you'd see that you're designer, I'm vintage. You've got a mansion, I have a five-floor walkup. You're snotty Little Miss Cranky Pants and I go with the flow. So why would you ever think for one second that I'd ever have the same taste in guys?
I did the best I could in the time that I had. I hope you'd be proud of that.
It's designed to keep the computers running to the last possible second. That started as we approached the half-hour mark.
Jenner: It was the French. Andrea: What? Jenner: They were the last ones to hold out as far as I know.
I told you once that front door closed, it wouldn't open again. You heard me say that.
In the event of a catastrophic power failure in a terrorist attack, for example. H.I.T.s are deployed to prevent any organisms from getting out.
It sets the air on fire.
Rick: I think you're lying. Jenner: What? Rick: You're lying about no hope.
I made a promise to her.
It should've been me on that table. I wouldn't have mattered to anybody. She was a loss to the world.
I told you topside's locked down. I can't open those.
Rick, I have something that might help.
Carol, I don't think a nail file's gonna do it.
I'm staying. The matter is settled.
If anything tonight appears out of place, I want you to cut bait, get out of there and walk away. And get rid of this goddamn car!
Memphis: What were you gonna do with this? Tumbler: I was gonna bonk him. Memphis: What? Bonk?
I am a bad man.
I tell you, I'm running this shit! You do that again, I will kick... Cool, man. You don't have to take it so damn personal.
I've just had a long conversation with a Bedouin translator, and apparently there are certain kinds of drums which indicate an actual marriage, whereas others they just use merely for mating rituals.
For it was said that only the true king could pull this magical sword from its stone and unite the people.
I'm coming with you, daddy!
I will take you to camelot, I promise.
One day, I'll be a knight like father.
It's been 10 years, we celebrate.
I've waited a long time for this day. What about my new lands?
I wouldn't have supported you all these years if I'd thought you were running a charity.
Lionel: I will not serve a false king. Ruber: Then serve a dead one!
I find your Yankee vulgarity intensely attractive. So forget about the car-parking, mixed-race mongrel, and give me that kiss you've been longing to give me since we first met.
In the 10 years since Sir Lionel's death, equality and freedom have spread throughout the lands.
I'll go on grand adventures, fighting evil, rescuing damsels in distress.
I want to save camelot! If you'd just let me, I know I could find Excalibur all on my own.
I hope it makes you feel like a princess. But you know, my dear, it's not the crown that makes the queen. It's what's in here.
Juliana. I was in the neighborhood, and I thought I'd invade.
Ruber: I hear you're still single. Juliana: Impertinent pig! Ruber: Is that a no?
I'm so bored with peace and silence!
I think you'll find you won't be able to resist!
In the back of your wagons my men will all hide. You'll sit up front as the gates open wide.
I won't leave you here.
Griffin: It wasn't a pigeon. It was a falcon with silver wings. Ruber: Silver wings? Ooh, scary!
I must find the sword and return it to Arthur, or Camelot and my mother are doomed.
And I embrace what others fear.
For me, it means life for others, it's death.
It's perfectly balanced, perfectly planned. More than enough for this man.
I share my world with no one else.
I've seen your world with these very eyes.
I've felt all the pain and heard all the lies.
But in my world there's no compromise.
I stand alone, too.
Kayley: I just need your help this once. Garrett: All right, all right, but don't give me any trouble.
It's a fine mess you've gotten us into, Ayden.
I don't know why you made such a fuss.
I've had a tougher time collecting eggs.
It all looks so different from down here.
Is a group of dragons a pack or a flock? Is it a gaggle or a pride? Is it a herd?
Garrett: Quiet. Kayley: Do you hear something? Garrett: No, I just want you to be quiet.
Blond Thug: Woo? Woo: Yeah. Blond Thug: Isn't this guy supposed to be a millionaire? Woo: Fuck.
I'm throwing rocks tonight. Mark it, Dude.
Walter: I'm telling you, this was a valued rug. This was a... Dude: Yeah, man. It really tied the room together. Walter: This was a valued...
Jack: Is that a joke? Collette: Oh, no. He's your son. Jack: My son? Collette: Yes.
I'm talking about drawing a line in the sand, Dude. Across this line you do not... Also, Dude, "Chinaman" is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian-American, please.
Collette: I married him, and... He thinks scott is his. Jack: How do you know that he isn't? Collette: Well, I know. I know. I did the math.
Is there a phone down here, you think?
I just pulled in here. I just fuckin' pulled in here.
I guess you think you're, uh, you know, like an authority figure? That stupid fuckin' uniform, huh, buddy? King Clip-On Tie there. Big fuckin' man, huh?
I could find this fucking Lebowski guy.
Mike: I always liked you. Marge: Well, I always liked you... Mike: I always liked you so much.
In fact, he met privately with the President, though, unfortunately, there wasn't enough time for a photo opportunity.
Oh, me? Oh, i'm not bad. Tomorrow? Well, you know, I made no plans.
It's one face. Oh. I have a son.
Scotty, how ya doin'? Dude, I'm your old man. I suppose you're wondering why your middle name is rainbow.
Yo, scott. What's up, homes? You know, Scott, when I was a boy your age, I was pulling on myself harder than a tractor pull in arkansas.
I just want to understand this, sir. Every time a rug is micturated upon in this fair city, I have to compensate the person?
I'm your papa, your daddy, your pal, you got to care for me, you see? I am your father. Hug me. And let us join our spirits.