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Only the mob and the elite can be attracted by the momentum of totalitarianism itself. The masses have to be won by propaganda.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The apparent rulers of the English nation are like the imposing personages of a splendid procession: it is by them the mob are influenced; it is they whom the spectators cheer. The real rulers are secreted in second-rate carriages; no one cares for them or asks after them, but they are obeyed implicitly and unconsciously by reason of the splendor of those who eclipsed and preceded them.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The mob is man voluntarily descending to the nature of the beast. Its fit hour of activity is night. Its actions are insane like its whole constitution. It persecutes a principle; it would whip a right; it would tar and feather justice, by inflicting fire and outrage upon the houses and persons of those who have these. It resembles the prank of boys, who run with fire-engines to put out the ruddy aurora streaming to the stars.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Fame is an illusive thing -- here today, gone tomorrow. The fickle, shallow mob raises its heroes to the pinnacle of approval today and hurls them into oblivion tomorrow at the slightest whim; cheers today, hisses tomorrow; utter forgetfulness in a few months.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Actually we are a vulgar, pushing mob whose passions are easily mobilized by demagogues, newspaper men, religious quacks, agitators and such like. To call this a society of free peoples is blasphemous. What have we to offer the world besides the superabundant loot which we recklessly plunder from the earth under the maniacal delusion that this insane activity represents progress and enlightenment?More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Passion is the mob of the man, that commits a riot upon his reason.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The nose of a mob is its imagination. By this, at any time, it can be quietly led.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The mob has many heads but no brains.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Next to inflation, majority rule is the most ingenious scheme ever contrived by government. Most people have never dared to question the basic morality or logic in the assumption that the majority should have power over the minority. A majority of the people in the South once believed in black slavery. Did that make it moral? A lynch mob is majority rule stripped of its fancy trappings and its facade of respectability. In a community where homosexuals outnumber heterosexuals, should the majority have the right to outlaw sex between married partners of the opposite sex? In a community where atheists outnumber non- atheists, should the majority have the right to outlaw the practice of religion? ... a dictatorship allows only a small number of people to interfere with the rights of others, a democracy makes it possible for great numbers of people to impose their will on others -- through the force of government. Is an act of aggression more right if carried out by the majority than by a dictator? Since approximately half the eligible voters vote this means that approximately 75% of the people are ruled by 25% of the people.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Commerce has set the mark of selfishness, the signet of its all-enslaving power, upon a shining ore, and called it gold: before whose image bow the vulgar great, the vainly rich, the miserable proud, the mob of peasants, nobles, priests, and kings, and with blind feelings reverence the power that grinds them to the dust of misery.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
[Shrek sneaks up on a mob about to storm his swamp]
Villager 1: Do you know what that thing could do?
Villager 2: It'll grind your bones for its bread.
Shrek: Well, actually, that would be a giant. Now ogres, oh, they're much worse. They'll make a suit from your freshly peeled skin. They'll shave your liver, squeeze the jelly from your eyes... Actually, it's quite good on toast.More [07/17/2005 12:07:00]
Bruce Wayne: [on police rooftop inspecting the Bat Signal; taps bat logo] Nice.
Lt. James Gordon: Couldn't find any mob bosses.More [08/15/2005 12:08:00]
It's a very charming movie about the mob - a real stretch for me.More [05/15/2006 12:05:00]
When the old Italian mob was coming up, during the Kennedy years, they still had ethics, like, no women and children, which calls for less violence. That's what the word organized is, in front of crime.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
“Cultivate solitude and quiet and a few sincere friends, rather than mob merriment, noise and thousands of nodding acquaintances”More [07/02/2006 12:07:00]
I definitely would like to do something serious. Not like a love story, but serious like maybe a gangster or a mobster. A gang or a mob movie would be great.More [11/02/2006 12:11:00]
Rodney Copperbottom: Crank, the idol of millions is gone, and no one seems to care. There should be an angry mob out there.
[angry mob runs past the window]
Fender: [Fender, Rodney and the others go out to investigate the mob] Wow! That was great, psychic friend! Now say, "Money should be falling from the sky."More [05/24/2007 12:05:00]
Calleigh Duquesne: [Quickly walking through the break room] Hi guys, bye guys.
Eric Delko: [Stopping her] Hey, Calleigh, I heard you busted the stereo man.
Calleigh Duquesne: Hey, I heard you found out who the car crash victim really is.
Tim Speedle: Yup, he was a bad guy.
Calleigh Duquesne: You know, maybe not all bad.
Tim Speedle: I think the mob would disagree about 1.5 million times.
Calleigh Duquesne: Yeah, but you know, I was thinking. If he hadn't have stolen from the mob, then he never would have become a beach bum in Florida and then he never would have got picked up by the hurricane. Then if he hadn't got picked up by the hurricane he would have never hit Burton's car, and if it wasn't for hitting Burton's car, Burton would have gotten away with murder.
Eric Delko: [Smiling] Leave it to you, Calleigh, to find something good to come out of a hurricane.
Calleigh Duquesne: [Smiling] They do alleviate global warming.
[She leaves]
Tim Speedle: [to Eric] She's way too cheerful.More [07/22/2007 12:07:00]
Nora: We know you didn't kill Spinner so just cool your jets.
Randolph: Oh, thank you, Mother Teresa, why don't you tell that to the angry mob outside? They want my fucking ass. I'm like a god damn toaster at Macy's; Rainbow's ass - aisle three.More [08/22/2007 12:08:00]
Gilbert: [to the cannidbal-threating mob having just learned of Bowen's scheme, suspecting his involvement] Peace, brothers! Peace!
[the mob keeps coming, he turns to run]
Gilbert: Heathens!More [09/25/2007 12:09:00]
Fan Club Girl: Prince Charmont, are you a fast runner?
Char: Not particularly, no. Why?
Fan Club Girl: Get him!
[a mob of girls start chasing Char]More [10/10/2007 12:10:00]
Robert Clayton Dean: [while arguing with his wife] Listen, honey. I am "smeared" all over the newspaper today for, money laundering schemes, mob ties, I've lost my job. All I'm telling you is "trust me" on this Rachael Banks thing right now.More [10/12/2007 12:10:00]
Jon: What happened to your clothes?
Harry: The mob stole'em.More [11/15/2007 12:11:00]
Chili Palmer: That's Martin Weir! He's the one who played the mob guy-turned snitch in "Cyclone!"
Harry Zimm: One of his best parts.
Chili Palmer: No, his best part was when he played the crippled gay guy who climbed Mt. Whitney.
Harry Zimm: "Ride the Clouds." Good picture.More [12/12/2007 12:12:00]
Chili Palmer: That's Martin Weir. He's the one that played the mob guy turned snitch in "Cyclone".
Harry Zimm: Yeah, one of his best parts.
Chili Palmer: No. Well, his best part was when he played the crippled gay guy that climbed Mount Whitney.More [12/12/2007 12:12:00]
Commodus: And now they love Maximus for his mercy. So I can't just kill him, or it makes me even more unmerciful! The whole thing's like some crazed nightmare.
Falco: He is defying you. His every victory is an act of defiance. The mob sees this, and so does the senate. Every day he lives, they grow bolder. Kill him.
Commodus: No. I will not make a martyr of him.
[Commodus walks around]
Falco: I have been told of a certain sea snake which has a very unusual method of attracting its prey. It will lie at the bottom of the ocean as if wounded. Then its enemies will approach, and yet it will lie quite still. And then its enemies will take little bites of it, and yet it remains still.
Commodus: So, we will lie still, and let our enemies come to us and nibble. Have every senator followed.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
[about the Apostle Paul and the gap between Christ's death in circa 33 A.D. and the appearance of the Gospel of Mark, which was written in or after 70 A.D]
Narrator: Paul wrote lots of letters about Christianity. In fact, he wrote eighty thousand words about the Christian religion. These documents represent almost all we have of the history of Christianity during this decades-long gap. And here's the interesting thing. If Jesus was a human who had recently lived, nobody told Paul. Paul never heard of Mary, Joseph, Bethlehem, Herod, John the Baptist. He never heard about any of these miracles. He never quotes anything that Jesus is supposed to have said. He never mentions Jesus having a ministry of any kind at all. He doesn't know about any entrance into Jerusalem, he never mentions Pontius Pilate or a Jewish mob or any trials at all. Paul doesn't know any of what we would call the story of Jesus, except for these last three events. And even these, Paul never places on Earth. Just like the other savior gods of the time, Paul's Christ Jesus died, rose, and ascended all in a mythical realm. Paul doesn't believe that Jesus was ever a human being. He's not even aware of the idea. And he's the link between the time-frame given for the life of Jesus and the appearance of the first Gospel account of that life.More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Mark: Now, what about Richard? Historically we know that Richard was born with severe curvature of the spine. Thus giving the impression that he was hunch backed. There was some paralysis of the right foot and the left hand, Olivier chose to play the left foot and the right hand, God knows why. As well as nerve damage to the right cheek and the eyelids. I mean, the man was your basic gimp let's face it. All of which bring us, thanks to the wise and rich Mrs. Estelle Morganwise, to this production. Is that the way we want to play Richard? If you do then this director would just as soon do a six week stint on the Sonny and Cher Show. Richard the third was a flaming homosexual. So was Shakespere for that matter. But that angry mob at the Globe Theater wasn't about to plunk down two shillings to see a bunch of pansies jumping about on the stage. It was society that crippled Richard not childbirth. I mean, read your texts. He sent those two cute little boys up to the tower and nobody ever saw them again. I mean, we all know why, don't we? What I want to do here is to strip Richard bare, metaphorically. Let's get rid of the hump. Let's get rid of the twisted extremeties and show him for what he would be today. The queen who wanted to be king.
Mark: [sees Elliot raising his hand] Yes?
Elliot Garfield: Question. Are you serious?
Mark: Now, what's the objection Elliot?
Elliot Garfield: Well, number 1 I have to play it. Number 2 I like the hump and the club foot and number 3 I've been working on the part for 3 months.
Mark: And I respect that. I mean, that's why were here, isn't it? To exchange ideas. So, how do you see Richard, Mr. Macho?
Elliot Garfield: No, I don't think the guy's a linebacker for the Chicago Bears. But let's not throw away one of his prime motivations.
Mark: Oh, and what's that?
Elliot Garfield: He wants to hump Lady Anne!
Mark: Oh, yes. I've heard that before. Well, look, I'm not going to try and pressure you but let's just try it my way. Let's read through the first act. Trust me, please.
Assistant Director: Act one scene one...
Elliot Garfield: Uh, excuse me. Sorry. Just how far off the diving board do you want me to jump?
Mark: Well, don't give me Bette Midler, but let's not be afraid to be bold.
Elliot Garfield: Bold.
Mark: Bold.
Assistant Director: Act one, scene one, enter Richard Duke of Glochester.
Elliot Garfield: Now is the winter of our discontent... Sorry, one minute. Now is the winter...
Elliot Garfield: [Very effeminate] Now ith the winter of our dithcontent... may I have a 5 minute break please?
Mark: Five minutes.More [01/01/2008 12:01:00]
Matt Buckner: So basically, firms are gangs?
Pete Dunham: Kind of... but we're a far cry from all that Bloods and Crypts bullshit. I mean shootin' a machine gun out of a movin' car at an 8 year old girl. That's just cowardly. See, we might be into fightin' an all that... but it's really about reputation. Humiliatin' another mob in a rumble, doin' somethin' the other firms get to hear and talk about - like a Yank in his first fight.More [03/26/2008 12:03:00]
The alleged menace of universal suffrage having been avoided by the absolute suppression of the negro vote, the spirit of mob murder should have been satisfied and the butchery of negroes should have ceased.More [04/04/2008 12:04:00]
The mob spirit has grown with the increasing intelligence of the Afro-American.More [04/04/2008 12:04:00]
The nineteenth century lynching mob cuts off ears, toes, and fingers, strips off flesh, and distributes portions of the body as souvenirs among the crowd.More [04/04/2008 12:04:00]
Judas: You beat him so hard that he was bent and lame; and I know who everybody's gonna blame! I don't believe he knows I acted for our good! I'd save him all this suffering if I could! Don't believe... our good... and I'd save him if I could!
Annas: Cut the confessions! Cut out the dramatics! I don't understand why you're filled with remorse! All that you've said has come true with avengeance! The mob turned against him, you backed the right horse!
Caiaphas: What you have done will mean the saving of Israel, you'll be remembered forever for this! Not only that, you've been paid for your efforts. Pretty good wages for one little kiss!More [05/05/2008 12:05:00]
Jim Garrison: Could the Mob change the parade route, Bill, or eliminate the protection for the President? Could the Mob send Oswald to Russia and get him back? Could the Mob get the FBI the CIA, and the Dallas Police to make a mess of the investigation? Could the Mob appoint the Warren Commission to cover it up? could the Mob wreck the autopsy? Could the Mob influence the national media to go to sleep? And since when has the Mob used anything but .38's for hits, up close. The Mob wouldn't have the guts or the power for something of this magnitude. Assassins need payrolls, orders, times, schedules. This was a military-style ambush from start to finish... a coup d'etat with Lyndon Johnson waiting in the wings.More [05/05/2008 12:05:00]
MacIntyre: [staring at the mob nearing Ben's house] Maybe they just want to talk to him?More [08/06/2008 12:08:00]
[the Owens gang has just shot Martin Kildare]



Jimmy 'Breezy' Kildare:
The Owens mob just left here - they got my dad.



Rancher:
What?



Jimmy 'Breezy' Kildare:
You men follow the road... we're going to take the short cut and head 'em off at the rocks!

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Frankie Guard:
You'll happen to have some visitors one of these nights.



Joe Anton:
Heh, heh! Well, that's really funny! Will you do me a favor, Frankie?



Frankie Guard:
Sure, Joe, anytime.



Joe Anton:
Will you tell Gaston and his mob the sooner they come around, the better I'll like it? You know these quiet evenings are getting on my nerves, and a little excitement would be as welcome as the flowers in May.



Frankie Guard:
I'll tell him that, Joe.



Joe Anton:
Don't forget.



Frankie Guard:
Leave it to me, and speaking of flowers, what sort would you prefer?



Joe Anton:
Oh, anything at all except pansies.



Frankie Guard:
Your last wish will be fulfilled...

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Gus Anderson:
[Joan, who's a beautician, is giving Gus a manicure] The trouble with you dizzy dames is ya don't know how to make big money.



Joan O'Day:
Hold still, willya? I suppose you do. You're nothing but a bundle-wrapper outta work.



Gus Anderson:
A shipping clerk in quest of a situation,


[takes his left hand out of the soaking solution, and shakes his wet finger at her]



Gus Anderson:
if ya don't mind!



Joan O'Day:
Hey, quit that, willya?



Gus Anderson:
Besides, it won't be long until I'm one of the biggest racketeers in the country. I'm gonna be a success, I am. Wait and see.



Joan O'Day:
I don't expect to live that long.


[holding his hand and making a mock gasp]



Joan O'Day:
Mr. Baumgarten, what beautiful moons you have!



Gus Anderson:
Aw, now look here smarty, come across willya? All I'm askin' is for five dollars of m'own money. I'll run it up to 200 over the weekend.



Joan O'Day:
Hmm, like ya ran up that last five dollars I gave ya down to fourteen cents.



Gus Anderson:
[As Joan starts to trim his nails with a scissors] Well, can't a fella get a bad break? Ouch! Go easy!



Joan O'Day:
Alright, Clarissa.



Gus Anderson:
I shoulda known better than to play cards on a rainy Friday the thirteenth.



Joan O'Day:
Ya shoulda known better than to play cards with that mob of thieves ya hang around with. Ya know they cheatcha.



Gus Anderson:
Well, maybe they do, a little. But they're such nice guys. Anyhow, I hafta learn the angles, haven't I? Besides, I've got a way of gettin' even with 'em if I just had a five-dollar stake.


[Tickling her under the chin with his wet hand]



Gus Anderson:
Aw, ya look so pretty today, ducky-wucky.



Joan O'Day:
[Wiping her chin with a towel] You know better than to ducky-wucky me.



Gus Anderson:
Alright, alright, Brain Trust, if ya don't believe me, just look at this. Right there.


[He hands her a folded newspaper showing an ad that reads "SURPRISE YOUR FRIENDS! Get a pack of Sure-Fire Playing Cards. You can tell at a glance what cards your opponents hold in their hands!"]



Joan O'Day:
[reading aloud from the ad] "IT CAN'T MISS! IT CAN'T FAIL! Send $2.00 today. P. O. Box 432, Wilmington, South Dakota." Well, I must say, that's a nice surprise for your friends. Did you send the two dollars?



Gus Anderson:
The cards'll be here any day. Do I get the five?



Joan O'Day:
You're one of MY friends aren't cha?



Gus Anderson:
Sure.



Joan O'Day:
Well, I've got a nice surprise for you, ducky wucky. NO!



Gus Anderson:
That's the trouble with you dames, no foresight, no vision....



Joan O'Day:
Alright, ox-heart, back to your pasture, I'm through with your hoofs.

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Longfellow Deeds:
[to Cobb] There once was a man named Cobb Kept Semple away from the mob Came the turn of the tide And Semple he died And now poor Cobb is out of a job.

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[an army officer tells the Mormons they must leave Illinois immediately because the law can't help them]



Brigham Young:
The law? What law? The law that let's a pack of scoundrels come in here and hunt us down like wild animals, burn our homes, ruin our crops, arrest our leader on trumped-up charges and then look the other way when a mob breaks in and murders him? If they call that law, let 'em keep it. We don't want any more of it!

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[the town mob is about to lynch Twillie]



Cuthbert J. Twillie:
I'd like to see Paris before I die... Philadelphia will do.

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Mr. Steve Case:
[after hearing Rosario has escaped] Don't tell me that Donley dame had her mob down here there and rescued her too?



Police Chief Juan Rodriguez:
Oh, she's safe under key and lock.



Mr. Steve Case:
She better be, and she's out of town on that boat, or you'll be on the next one, medals and all!



Police Chief Juan Rodriguez:
Mr. Case, I must remind you I was elected by the people.



Mr. Steve Case:
Yes, and they're finally wise to you. Bet those brass buttons the next time they go to the polls, they'll throw you right out of office.



Police Chief Juan Rodriguez:
Mr. Case, I don't believe in a Third Term.

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Judge Harper:
Dallas will be run by Federal law, not mob rule. We're not wild westerners. We're facing east and that's our future. We intend to build industries here, and culture. Dallas will raise people, not cows.



Blayde Hollister:
If your carpetbag riffraff doesn't choke it to death in her cradle.

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Emperor Nero:
[During the burning of Rome] What does the mob want?



Petronius:
Justice.



Emperor Nero:
A mob doesn't want justice - they want revenge!

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Forrester:
[as mob attacks his truck] My instruments!

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Father Barry:
Isn't it simple as one, two, three? One: The working conditions are bad. Two: They're bad because the mob does the hiring. And three: The only way we can break the mob is to stop letting them get away with murder.

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Emily Stewart:
Well, she seems like a great kid.



Henry Coleman:
She's a smart kid, Emily, and she sees right through you like cheap cellophane. Now, I do not have a dark side, and I don't want to be any part of yours. If you want to put out a hit out on Meg, you call the mob. And if you ever reveal any of your twisted schemes in front of my little sister again, I will call the mob myself.

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Preacher Jason:
The wrath of the Lord must move through his servants. Evil has come to us and it must be driven out.



Marshal Allan Burnett:
Crowds can get unruly, Preacher. Our common problem is a matter for the law.



Preacher Jason:
You're the law! And since you do nothing, I must!



Marshal Allan Burnett:
If you don't respect the cloth you're wearing, I won't either. You're inciting a lynch mob and I've got to stop you.



Preacher Jason:
If you're accusing me of hiding behind the cloth, I'm out front now. This morning, Marshal, I was all fired up about performing a wedding over you. Now if you make one move to stop us, I'm going to have to perform something else.

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Hetty:
[to Wilkie, the local mob boss, after her brother is killed] You killed him, months ago you killed him! You said you wanted to help him. You never helped anyone the whole of your rotten life! You're greedy and wicked, you're a devil, you're a devil to boys like Tommy! Your smart suits, your sweet talk and your easy money!

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[Reese and Floyd are trying to get a lynch mob together after Stoddard kills Valance]



Tom Doniphon:
Can't a man have a drink around this town in peace?


[grabs Floyd and throws him through the door]



Reese:
No one's bothering you, Doniphon.



Tom Doniphon:
*You* are.


[Reese goes for his gun, and Doniphon decks him]



Tom Doniphon:
Marshal! What are you gettin' paid for? Drag this scum out of here.



Link Appleyard:
You heard him! Now, Kaintuck and High Pockets, I deputize you to give a hand and drag this scum out of here!



Kaintuck:
Give me that b-b-b-bung st-st-starter!


[grabs Reese and hauls him out]



Link Appleyard:
You tell those ranchers north of the Picketwire that hired you that me, Link Appleyard, run you out of town, and I'll do it again if you ever come back!

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Diego:
I don't believe this. Jason's supposed to be this big, bad mob enforcer and he lets Alcazar step all over him. He didn't do anything!



Courtney Matthews:
Really? Why are you disappointed, Diego? Huh? Why? Did you want to see a fight? Did you want to see a shooting? Let me tell you, I've been in more than a few and they are terrifying.



Diego:
Yeah, well, I guess Jason thinks so, too. He's such a coward! He's a joke is what he is.



Courtney Matthews:
OK, no, now, listen - I may not agree with a lot of the choices Jason makes, but he is not a coward.

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Mr. McCardle:
[Collins strikes McCardle after the mob strips Rosy] You're taking advantage of your cloth, Father!



Father Collins:
That's what it's for.

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Bannock Marshal Jared Maddox:
He'll go back to Bannock and stand trial.



Laura Shelby:
Will they hang him?



Bannock Marshal Jared Maddox:
The circuit judge is no hanging judge. In fact, a man like Bronson could buy him cheap.



Laura Shelby:
I don't mean just the judge. I mean the town, the good people with the rope.



Bannock Marshal Jared Maddox:
It's my town, Laura. Nobody gets a mob rope in my town. You know that. I give you my word. If he comes in peaceful, there will be no hurt come to him.



Laura Shelby:
You never did give much away.

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Johnny Hooker:
Can you get a mob together?



Henry Gondorff:
After what happened to Luther, I don't think I can get more than two, three hundred guys.

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Peregrine Devlin:
Nothing you can do will sway me from my original judgement.



Edward Lionheart:
Your judgement was ill considered and irresponsible.



Peregrine Devlin:
It was neither. We gave the award to William Woodstock as your performances lacked originality.



Edward Lionheart:
Lacked originality? My Julius Caesar, cut down by a drunken mob in an abandoned warehouse? My Titus Andronicus: this is your dish, Meredith Merridew? My Othello, one of the greatest performances in the history of the theatre?

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Dan Baker:
Billy, if a mob can pass judgment on one man, then they can do it to anybody they want to, and anytime they want. That's why we have laws, son. Not just to protect us from bad men, but a mob's righteous men can get out of hand.

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[opening sequence; two dinosaurs fighting]



Narrator:
What you're looking at is downtown Pittsburgh, one million B.C. Those two big guys are fighting for a parking space. This is where our story begins. If they could have just learned to live together like decent human beings, they'd still be around and there never would have been an energy crisis. But they died out, and what was left of them turned into fossil fuel... Oil. See, it's not cute when eleven tons gets cranky. Their problem was they were all teeth and no brain...


[Shot of President Jimmy Carter]



Narrator:
...which brings us to this guy. Jimmy Carter was President of the United States when everybody started to notice we were running out of dead dinosaurs. No more gas to run our cars. Fights at the pump. People getting nozzle-whipped. So what was his solution? He made a speech.



President Jimmy Carter:
The energy crisis has not yet overwhelmed us. But it will, if we do not act quickly.



Narrator:
We didn't. When America finally ran out of gas, an angry mob broke into the White House and lynched him. Along with three or four of his snottier cabinet members.

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Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
[Judy's fantasy - she's a big game hunter and Hart is the prey] Judy? Judy, you've got to help me; that mob out there is crazy; they're trying to kill me!



Judy:
Now, why would they want ot do a nasty little thing like that?



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
I don't know! I'm not such a bad guy!



Judy:
You're a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot.



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
So I have a few faults; who doesn't? Is that any reason to kill me?



Judy:
You're foul, Hart. A wart on the nose of humanity and I'm going to blast it off.


[she points her shotgun at him]



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
[giggling nervously] Judy... Judy... Judy...



Judy:
Goodbye boss man. It's quittin' time.

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Joyce Davenport:
I want you to know that what you did tonight frightens me.



Furillo:
I understand.



Joyce Davenport:
Do you?



Furillo:
This is the kind of crime that tears the city apart. It brings out what's savage in thousands of people. It has to be dealt with very quickly.



Joyce Davenport:
So the book goes out the window?



Furillo:
I went by the book. I pushed a little hard at the bindings.



Joyce Davenport:
That's a crock of the well known article, Furillo. You bulldozed...



Furillo:
[Interrupting] I did what I've seen you do for clients fifty times. I used every resource.



Joyce Davenport:
Furillo, I'm a public defender. I play a role in a system of checks and balances. And other people are supposed to play their's with the same kind of energy. You, with your jungle justice, threw that all out of whack tonight. Gerald Chapman would have confessed to killing Abraham Lincoln to avoid that mob tonight.



Furillo:
I can live with what I did, Joyce. I went by my instincts, and they were right. Under these circumstances I'd do it again.



Joyce Davenport:
You can trust your instincts, Frank. Maybe even I can trust your instincts. But I don't want to trust everybody's instincts. I want there to be rules and I want them to be obeyed, especially by people who wear badges and guns. You perverted the law tonight. And you're so damn happy about snagging your confession, you don't even begin to see it yet. Please, see it, Frank.


[Furillo is silent; Davenport sighs]



Joyce Davenport:
How's Fay? Is she all right.



Furillo:
I talked to her. She has a couple of stitches in her yead. Yeah, she's all right.



Joyce Davenport:
[Davenport starts to leave the office and stops. She does not look at Furillo] Frank, I don't think I want to be with you tonight.



Furillo:
I understand.


[Davenport opens the door and Furillo stop her]



Furillo:
Gerald not only gave us a confession, he gave us the location of the murder weapon. There's no mistake her. These are the killers.



Joyce Davenport:
[Looks at Furillo evenly] Is that where you make your stand finally, Frank? The oldest excuse in the world - the ends justify the means?

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Bernstein:
Are you kidding? Frank, there's a lynch mob out there.



Furillo:
I know there's a lynch mob out there. I think I can use it.

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