Movie: The Super [1991] Movie: The Super [1991]

Movie: The Super [1991] Movie: The Super [1991]

Eleanor:
How is my boy supposed to do his schoolwork at night? By candle light?



Louie Kritski:
Lincoln did. Maybe he'll grow up to be president, what the fuck do I know?

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Louie Kritski:
I've called every heating contractor in the city. They're all booked solid. It's winter! What do you want me to do? Go out and kidnap one and drag him back here?



Leotha:
Yeah.



Louie Kritski:
I won't! If I can tough it out, so can you people.



Ron Nessim:
How are we supposed to keep warm in the mean time?



Louie Kritski:
Burn one of your kids. What do I care?


[slams the door]



Louie Kritski:
Damn! Boy, Big Lou was right about those shitheads. If they wanna keep warm, why don't they dance. Ha ha.

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Louie Kritski:
Hey, put that shit down! Put it down!



Arsonist:
Fuck you.



Louie Kritski:
No fuck you! There's not gonna be a fire.



Arsonist:
You must be Junior. Well, Junior, your old man over there paid me alot of money to light this place up. And that's what I'm gonna do.

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Louie Kritski:
No way I'm going to that shit hole.



Big Lou Kritski:
Who are you talking to?



Louie Kritski:
Heather, trying to figure out where to go tonight.



Big Lou Kritski:
I'll tell you where you're going tonight. You're going to the building to serve your time or else you're going to jail.

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Louie Kritski:
Miss Bensinger, you're just in time to see my agenda.



Naomi:
Oh yes. Where is it?



Louie Kritski:
[Points to crotch] Right here.



Naomi:
[Leaving] I think the judge was looking for something a bit bigger, Mr. Kritski.

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