Bob: You know one thing I'm just still not completely clear about? Carl: What? Bob: I don't know how-how did, when you handed out the money, how did that work exactly?
You guys are about to write a story that says the former Attorney General, the highest ranking law enforcement officer in this country, is a crook.
You know I cut his throat. I cut his Adam's apple in half.
You know, I wanted to die when I was in that courtroom and everybody was calling my name.
You're not listening with your heart. Just your brain. Your brain is the problem.
You can't trust someone who thinks you're crazy.
You're not listening.
You know, I have reprobated myself over and over again for not being there.
You have a brilliant mind. You'll figure it out.
You take care of us, and we'll take care of you. I promise you, that will be a very profitable relationship for all of us.
You! Mr. Wise-guy know-it-all shitface! You're the one got us into this. You're going to get us out!
You know I have always been a great believer in the truth. I've lived my life as honestly as I can.
King: You's a crazy fucker. Givin' up college? Taylor: Didn't make much sense. I wasn't learnin' anything.
You insist on testing the will of this court! Now shut up and sit down!
You dare call me racist?
You see, Sherman, who started with so much, lost everything, but he gained his soul. Whereas I, you see, who started with so little, gained everything.
Doug: You know you gotta go out and see him. Alex: Yeah, dad, you told us.
Ryan: You should go a quarter of a mile down the road, take a left-- Hey, you know that bridge that Doug and I fish at sometimes? Miranda: Yeah, yeah. The little white one? Ryan: That's the one. Yeah. You can go across there.
Sarah Connor: You're a doctor? Dr. Peter Silberman: Criminal psychologist. Sarah Connor: Is Reese crazy? Dr. Peter Silberman: Well, that's what we're gonna find out.
You're not to touch anything, and you're not to go wandering and poking about.
You were negative for PCP, so we didn't know. But you were, put in restraints for a day and a half so you wouldn't injure yourself.
Miranda: You know I don't belong here, Chloe. Chloe: If you're here, it must mean that you belong.
You are not a doctor in here. And even if you tell the truth, no one will listen.
Miranda: You think I did this to myself, don't you? Pete: Uh, did you?
Yeah, but what's my motive? I don't have a motive, Teddy. Why would I do that? Maybe one of his ex-patients came.
You daughter of a pig!
Pete: You said no shock treatment. Ryan: Shock treatment? You wanna see some shock treatment? Here's some shock treatment! Pete: Stop it. Teddy: What are you doing? Why would you take these out? Pete: Miranda, don't look at them.
Yeah, yeah, just now when the monitors came on. Corridor Six, something flashed in front of the camera.
Maxie, you know assassinations are specifically prohibited by Executive Order 12333.
Max: 23, you kill me. 23: Ah, I could if I wanted to. Max: Yes, you, oh. Oh!
You may remember from page 627 of my last report that there has been an uptick in KAOS interest in nukes.
That's weird. You lost your signal.
Miranda: You can't kill me! Ryan: I'm not gonna kill you. And after this kicks in, I'm gonna have a lot more fun with you than Doug ever did.
John: All that crap! You're putting it in the paper? Carl: Well. John: It's all been denied.
You tell your publisher, tell Katie Graham, she's going to get her tit caught in a big wringer if that's published.
Chloe: You know, my train leaves in half an hour. Miranda: Okay. I'll get you on your way.
You fellas got a great ball game going. As soon as you're done, we're going to do a story on all of you.
You helped me. You taught me how to listen. Thank you.
Ben: You had good notes? Carl: Verbatim. Ben: He really said that about Mrs. Graham, hmm?
Joe: Now you guys have been causing big trouble at the bureau. Carl: Why? Joe: Our reports are showing up in your paper almost verbatim.
You've really been on the mark, except for Mitchell. Now, we didn't have that.
Joe: Hey, now, look. You know, I can't answer for the whole bureau. Carl: Oh, come on. I'm just. Joe: I do what I'm told. I followed my orders. Period.
Donald: Carl, you want some coffee? Carl: You read my mind.
You wanted to see me, Chief?
Chief: Your field-agent test results just came in and...Something wrong with your ear? Max: Absolutely not.
You mean when you sent out on Muskie's stationery that Senator Hubert Humphrey was going out with call girls.
Chief: In fact, your essay on existentialism was quite amazing. Max: I left that section blank. Chief: Blank? Brilliant.
So to be clear, you're not promoting me, because I do such a great job.
You know what? It's funny, but I keep forgetting that you guys knew each other in college.
You were friends at S.C., you and Chapin. Who else was there?
You're so young and so full of life.
You were just doing the same kind of stuff when you were out campaigning for President Nixon?
Bob: The letter, the-the letter that destroyed the Muskie candidacy, the Canuck letter, did that come from inside the White House? Deep Throat: You're missing the overall.
You are strange. If you had been any other child, you'd have given me a kiss.
What? You mean the letter that sabotaged the Muskie candidacy? All right, come here.
Bob: You're claiming it was all a misunderstanding? Ken: Absolutely. Sally's got it all wrong. I never told her that I wrote that letter.
Ken: You don't? You don't? Sally: There's nothing bad about it. Ken: Well, there sure is.
Bob: Y'know if you go to bed at night. There's no snow on the ground. You wake up, and there's snow on the ground, you can say it snowed during the night, although you didn't see it snowing. Carl: Yeah, but if we can't prove that the fifth man is Haldeman, we're wiped out.
Bob: Oh, you had a baby. Sloan: Yeah, my wife did. Carl: Is it a boy or a girl? Sloan: It's a girl. Carl: Congratulations.
Bob: You didn't know Haldeman had control of the slush fund. Joe: Oh, yes, we did. It's all in our file. Bob: Not about Haldeman. Joe: Yeah, Haldeman. John Haldeman
Man: You got it straight now? Everything OK? Carl: Everything's fine.
Mr. Young? You okay, Mr. Young?
Huh? You want to write something? Write here.
You want to give it a try? You want to write?
James: Look, Mr. Young, you have to understand I'm on your side here. Henri: Five dollars. James: What, Mr. Young?
You've done worse than let Haldeman slip away. You got people feeling sorry for him. I didn't think that was possible.
Yes. We know that. And if we're wrong, we're resigning.
Your lives are in danger.
Henri: How- James: How- How? How. You're saying how?
You know the results of the latest Gallup poll? Half the country never even heard of the word "Watergate." Nobody gives a shit.
You guys are probably pretty tired, right? Well, you should be. Go on home.
Henri: How is. James: How is, how is. What, you want to know how somebody is? I'll find out immediately.
You know, when I was a rookie cell, this place was clean enough to eat out of. Look at it now! Jeez! What a disgrace.
Yo! You see this badge? You see this gun? You see this gooey, white, sackus, membranous around my personhood?
You let me worry about Jump Chambers.
You disobeyed me! You are done for! You can hie yourself home!
Yo, what the hell are you doing?
Rasta: You ain't fucking with me, are you? Tommy: Wha?
You see that little motherfucker up there, man? That's me. That's me.
Miles: You're crazy. Fait: I'm a father.
You know, I got the big one.
You're the chickenshit, buddy!
Yo, dog, something's not right.
You all know that weaponry equals power.
Voice Of Omm: You are a true believer. Blessings of the state. THX: Please forgive me. Voice Of Omm: Blessings of the masses.
You heard the man. Party's over!
Archie: Hey! Hey! Tommy: You shot him in the ass!
LUH: You ought to eat. Newscaster: 5 felons have been caught fleeing rehabilitation center dd-2. All 5 have been undergoing treatment for drug offenses.
You were lucky last time. You won't be lucky again.
Tommy: Yeah, what, you got a problem with that? Archie: No, I don't have a problem. It's fair. Tommy: Why you looking at me like that? Archie: I'm not! I'm not! It's okay. Tommy: All right. Archie: It's all right.
You only have one more shift left, don't you? We could be gone before the next series started.
Archie: Yeah. Yeah. And you? Tommy: Uh huh? Archie: Guess. Tommy: Denzel! Archie: Denzel!
Tommy: You noticed You noticed! I've been bringing, cutting it down. Archie: And he's been beefing up. Tommy: Yeah, I've been bringing, I'm trying to get it down to Denzel weight.
Archie: Yeah. So you know who's my girlfriend? Tommy: Who? Archie: Halle Berry.
Yeah. Also, Fait. I've been thinking about that a lot. I'm gonna go with Shaquille O'Neal.
You're terminated, fucker.
Pee Wee: You have your own McDonald's? No way! Gloria: Not bad.
Christian: When? Jennifer: Mmm. Today. Christian: Yeah. When today?
Robert: You know, I-- I thought we had an agreement here. Jennifer: Dad, we're just sitting. People sit.
You rate very high in sanitation. I've checked.
Valentin: Hey, uh, you were supposed to stay inside. That was the deal. Elena: The TV isn't working. I'm cramped. I'm going crazy in there.
You can do it. You can do it. You can do it.
You know what I want? I want ideas. I want one...one idea. One idea could get us out of here!
You're with me. I know. I have a contract.
You brought us back to life, Mary. You did something I thought no one could do.
Your lunch is dirty, what a waste. Here, we can save some of it.
You want Osmosis, you got Osmosis.
Sewage Worker #1: Yeah, like he's gonna listen to us. Sewage Worker #2: Hey, cells vote, man. Cells vote.
Dylan: Five thousand. Poker Dealer: Five thousand to call. Lucky Larry: Goddamn, boy. You got some mighty big ones on you.
Dylan: You miss being mayor? Robert: Do you ever win?
Uh, you were just starting to say how you were giving me a promotion to head of brain security, I believe. Yep.
Maggie: Sorry about that. Dylan: Not a problem. Maggie: Hey, guess what. Your friend, the captain, wants you to blow the New Year's horn. Connor: No way! Mom? Maggie: Go.
Chief: You know what, Jones? You're right. Maybe it is time I give you a case. Ozzy: Talkin' about what, now?
Ozzy: You won't regret this. You're a good man! You're a fine man. You're an upstanding man. Chief: Yeah.
You done? Now our pill is getting swallowed as we speak. So I suggest you get your nucleus down to the stomach, pronto!
Now, get outta here. Or I swear to frank, you'll be on butt-hair patrol for the next 3 years!
You know what I'm sayin'? Do you know what I'm saying? 'cause I been saying it a long time.
Leah: Yeah? And 99% of you is just stupid. Ozzy: Ooh, like I haven't heard that one before.
You ever try to blow dry your hair with a fart?
Yo, you wanna do something useful? Go plug some turtle wax into that thing and wash my car!
Yo, Red, we run the rackets around here. Take your little hustle someplace else.
You ain't so tough, huh? That was nothin'! Whoa!
Yo, drips! You ever hear of the Red Death?
Ozzy: You know, you didn't have to do that. The last thing I need is your sympathy. Drix: This is not about sympathy.
You know, I really just have to say, Frank, it's just so wonderful to see Shane participating in the science fair.
You know, because since her mother passed away, she's had a really hard time sort of being part of the group activities.
Yeah. So we sort of gave him this project just to sort of push him along.
Drix: You know, Jones, from your description, it sounds like you were justified. Ozzy: Excuse me?
You can't jack me on that, brother. I'm in the virus protection program.
You can't miss it. It's huge. There's a big meeting there tonight.
Ozzy: You don't dance? You don't dance? Drix: No, I-- Ozzy: Come on, now don't tell me you ain't never gotten jiggy wit' it.
Yo, barkeep, what you got?
Bartender: You got a problem with that? Ozzy: No, no, no! This is just the way I like it-- extra disgusting.
You want me to call the cops? Or maybe shane would like to know about the 200-yard restraining order that's still in effect.
Yeah, I'm getting better as I go along, baby, but the problem is, I never set a record! Until my man Frank, that is.
You know, hypothetically speaking, that is.
Yo, hammer, you can stop dancing.
Mayor: You really did it now, Jones. Ozzy: Mr. Mayor, I didn't see you back there.
You'd love to prove that, wouldn't you, Mr. Drixenol? Get your name written up for the New England Journal of Medicine.
You're nothing but a wannabe, a placebo, a generic brand, marked down, over-the-counter, useless Tic-Tac.
You incubate. I said 48 hours, I'm gonna make my deadline.
Yep. There's been a Jones on the force ever since my ancestors came over on the umbilical cord.
You care more about your stupid re-election than you care about all our lives.
You gotta learn to think outside the pillbox, man.
Drix: Jones? You really know a sugar pill who cured cancer? Ozzy: Nah.
Your body needs fluids now and lots of them.
Ozzy: You want Osmosis? Drix: You've got Osmosis.
You just don't know when to quit, do you, Jones?
You know what, jones? You want this chain so bad, big daddy Thrax is gonna let you have it.
Newsman: You--you silly twit! Don't you get it? We are going to die! Newswoman: Oh, I knew it, Dan.
You know, dad, genetically speaking, monkeys are our first cousins.
Sarah Connor: Reese... You got a first name? Kyle Reese: Kyle. Sarah Connor: Kyle...
Ben: Your back is not crooked? Colin: No! Ben: And you haven't got crooked legs? Colin: Who said I had crooked legs? Nobody ever said that.
You're talking about things that I haven't done yet in the past tense. It's driving me crazy.
Your son gave me a message to give to you. Made me memorize it.
You didn't have to follow me.
You know how important it is for your circulation.
Huggy: No, you gonna owe me more than one, man. Hutch: Well, let's slow down with the scorekeeping, because I might have to start remembering some of the stuff I've overlooked over the years.
Mistress Gordon: Wait. You've already named him. Squire Gordon: Pardon? Mistress Gordon: "Beauty is as beauty does." Squire Gordon: That's not a name. Mistress Gordon: Yes, it is. Beauty, Black Beauty.
Joe: You don't need that rug. You're boilin' hot. Black Beauty: I wanted my rug. I wanted a heap of rugs.
You'll have to bear with me, I'm still a little fuzzy.
Yes, it was dark in there. You probably tripped.
You're still a good fellow.
You know, you remind me of somebody, Hobbes. Oh, indeed, you do. Indeed, you do.
You should know this one. Open your eyes. Look around sometime.
You incompetent fool!
Hobbes: You have a safe trip, hear? Reese: I'll be looking for you.
You idiot! These horses have got more brains than you.
Lou: You're an unusual cop, Hobbes. Hobbes: Really?
You don't judge. He's a fucking saint, huh?
You've broken her. She can't breathe properly.
Owner: There's a girl up on 13-- Charles: You know what you'd look like with this sandwich up your ass?
Art: You're not in a hurry or something? Hobbes: No, no, no, no no, no. I can relax today. Besides, what are they going to do, fire me?
Art: Your life would be easier or something if maybe me and Sam were not living-- Hobbes: No, no, no, no, no, no.
Hobbes: Yeah. I guess I just need to open my eyes and look around sometime, huh? Lou: Yup.
Hobbes: Yeah, OK, OK. Thanks. No, listen, listen. You still there? Hello? Woman: Yes. Hobbes: Yeah, check and see if there's a G. Milano, a Gretta Milano.
Gretta: Yeah. I read about him. Hobbes: Right, right. And this Reese fellow, he, um... In a roundabout way, he gave me your father's name.
You never know, down to the smallest thing.
Art: Johnny? Hobbes: Yeah. Art: You ever get scared? Hobbes: Yeah, sometimes.
Mrs. Moore: You quit, Charles. Charles: I quit? Mrs. Moore: Yes. You insulted harry, and he hired someone else.
Lou: You better, uh, write that one up for the journal. Jonesy: I will, Lou, and I will laud you copiously. Lou: Thank you.
You know what's scary? Going home last night, this guy, he's walking past me. He's going the other way.
Jonesy: You know how weird this case is? Hobbes: OK. Jonesy: We got a positive I.D. on Charles Olum.
You saying the killer called my house from the scene of the crimes?
Yeah, yeah, but whoever is doing this is in league with Reese, or he was imitating Reese. I know he's still calling my house.
Hobbes: You don't know what I'm talking about? Mike: No, I don't. Hobbes: You don't know what I'm talking about? Mike: Uh-uh.
Hobbes: You answer the q- you answer the questions that I ask, OK, because if I don't know what's going on-- Gretta: We're not supposed to know.
Hobbes: You saying me? I mean, you saying I'm one of these people? Gretta: I don't know. Maybe, maybe not.
Gretta: The right person of the right character with the right knowledge. Hobbes: So this is what you've been doing, isn't it?
This is what you- you've been preparing for this, haven't you?
I mean, you don't have to. I'm not saying that, you know, I'm not-- you know-- do whatever you want to do. I'm just saying that you can. If you, if you want to you can talk to me.
You can bag the chocolates, Lieutenant. You ain't got to talk to me sideways. Wha- what's up?
Yeah. Anybody could've got those coins. They could've got them, uh, when I'm at the store shopping or something. They could've taken them off my desk, lieutenant.
You don't really want to know, lieutenant. I mean, you'd have to be there. I was there, and I don't even want to know.
You remember Robert Milano? No, wait. Listen to me. This is exactly what happened to him.
Hobbes: Toby? Toby: Hey, Hobbes. Hobbes: You leave my family alone, you hear me?
Hobbes: You leave my family alone. Toby: Why? You come after me. Now I'll come after you and yours.
You don't let anybody in. Absolutely nobody. Can you do that? Can you remember that? All right, do it.
You want to talk? 'Cause from where I sit, we're dealing with shit that ain't in the manual.