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Well, Fitz, I looked all through that bible, it was in very fine print and stumbling on that great book Ecclesiastics, read it aloud to all who would listen. Soon I was alone and began cursing the bloody bible because there were no titles in it -- although I found the source of practically every good title you ever heard of. But the boys, principally Kipling, had been there before me and swiped all the good ones so I called the book Men Without Women hoping it would have a large sale among the fairies and old Vassar Girls.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The profession of a prostitute is the only career in which the maximum income is paid to the newest apprentice. It is the one calling in which at the beginning the only exertion is that of self-indulgence; all the prizes are at the commencement. It is the ever-new embodiment of the old fable of the sale of the soul to the Devil. The tempter offers wealth, comfort, excitement, but in return the victim must sell her soul, nor does the other party forget to exact his due to the uttermost farthing.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The sale begins when the customer says yes.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If some books are deemed most baneful and their sale forbid, how, then, with deadlier facts, not dreams of doting men? Those whom books will hurt will not be proof against events. Events, not books, should be forbid.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Prostitution, when unmotivated by economic need, might well be defined as a species of psychological addiction, built on self-hatred through repetitions of the act of sale by which a whore is defined.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
What an occupation! To sit and flay your fellow men and then offer their skins for sale and expect them to buy them.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If wisdom were on sale in the open market, the stupid would not even ask the price.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Les Bossetti: [after Dinky has caused a scene at Roxy Carmichael's home] We have that carpet sale this weekend... I bet I don't sell four bolts!
Rochelle: Gloria Sykes was there and she's going to tell everybody about this.
Rochelle: [pause]
[Dinky says nothing]
Rochelle: Don't you have anything to say?
Dinky Bossetti: About the carpet sale or Gloria Sykes?More [12/22/2005 12:12:00]
Harry Burns: Right now everything is great, everyone is happy, everyone is in love and that is wonderful. But you gotta know that sooner or later you're gonna be screaming at each other about who's gonna get this dish. This eight dollar dish will cost you a thousand dollars in phone calls to the legal firm of That's Mine, This Is Yours.
Marie: Harry.
Harry Burns: Please, Jess, Marie. Do me a favor, for your own good, put your name in your books right now before they get mixed up and you won't know whose is whose. 'Cause someday, believe it or not, you'll go 15 rounds over who's gonna get this coffee table. This stupid, wagon wheel, Roy Rogers, garage sale COFFEE TABLE.
Jess: I thought you liked it?
Harry Burns: I was being nice.More [01/08/2006 12:01:00]
I learned in the last few years that it's really unhappy and really unsustainable to try and base your well being on something as arbitrary as record sale and critical acclaim and the interests of the public. All of those things are so fickle. So my approach now to music is I want to make records that I love, and I hope that other people love them, then that's OK.More [04/01/2006 12:04:00]
If we talk about next year, I think over 2,000 buildings are going to be converted. By looking at real estate agents' multiple listings service, and by looking at buildings for sale that are six units or less, you can bet that most of those are going to be converted.More [07/05/2006 12:07:00]
Maximilian Fargas: Norman, the board is unanimous. We're announcing the sale after the World Unity Festival. I'm sorry.
Henry Balkan: You're out, Norman.
Norman Osborn: Am I?More [03/18/2007 12:03:00]
[inside Lieutenant Macko's office discussing about Gavlian]
I.A. Detective Zino: Here's what we got on Gavilan so far: First of all, he's still seeing Cleo Ricard. In fact, he saw her earlier today.
Lt. Bennie Macko: God, he does this right in my face. He's just completely defiant.
I.A. Detective Jackson: Yeah, well he's clearly continuing to work her as an informant.
Lt. Bennie Macko: Yeah, I know. That's enough to relieve him of duty right there, but, you know, I don't want him relieved of duty. I want him to hang.
I.A. Detective Zino: Well his financials don't add up. He's paying off three ex-wives. He's got two kids.
Lt. Bennie Macko: He's got two kids in a fancy college. He's got a great, big house. He's got that big stupid car, you know? What about his Real-Estate thing?
I.A. Detective Zino: Well, he hasn't made a sale in ages.
Lt. Bennie Macko: Well, my source tells me he's getting money from somewhere to keep it afloat, so get me more surveillance.
I.A. Detective Zino: Okay.
I.A. Detective Jackson: All righty.More [04/05/2007 12:04:00]
Carly: [looking at the room where the inbreds' victims' belongings are] God, look at this place.
Scott: Yeah, it's like the garage sale from hell.More [05/20/2007 12:05:00]
Bartleby: You are responsible for raising an icon which draws worship from the Lord. You have broken the first commandment. Not only that, I'm afraid not a one of you passes for a decent human being. Your continued existence is a mockery of morality. Like you, Mr. Burton. Last year cheated on your wife of 17 years 8 times. You even had sex with her best friend while you were supposed to be home watching the kids.
Loki: In the bed that you and your wife share, no less.
Bartleby: Mr. Newman - you got your girlfriend drunk at last year's Christmas party and then paid a kid from the mail room to have sex with her while she was passed out, just so you could break up with her guilt-free when she sobbingly confessed in the morning. She killed herself two months later. Mr. Brace disowned his gay son. Very compassionate, Mr. Brace. Mr. Ray put his mother in a third-rate nursing home and then used the profits from the sale of her home to buy an oriental rug for himself. Heavens. Mr. Barker flew to Thailand on the company account to have sex with an eleven year old boy. Mr. Holtzman okayed the production of Mooby Dolls from materials he knew to be toxic and unsafe, because it was - survey says? - less costly.
[sees the female board member]
Bartleby: You, on the other hand, are an innocent. You lead a good life. Good for you. But you, Mr. Whitland, you have more skeletons in your closet than the rest of this assembled party. I cannot even mention them aloud.
[whispers something in Whitland's ear]
Loki: You're his father, you sick fuck.
[Whitland starts crying]More [09/20/2007 12:09:00]
Gaz: On Sale for £4.99 and we're still a fuckin' fiver short!More [12/06/2007 12:12:00]
Angry Garage Sale Woman: How much for this dress?
Rebecca: God, I can't believe you're selling that.
Enid: That's $500.
Angry Garage Sale Woman: What?
Enid: 500.
Angry Garage Sale Woman: You're crazy. It should be like $2.
Enid: I was wearing that dress when I lost my virginity.
Angry Garage Sale Woman: Why do I care?
Enid: Well, why do you want it? I mean, it would look stupid on you anyway.
Angry Garage Sale Woman: God. Fuck you.More [12/18/2007 12:12:00]
[after learning that the Lingk sale has been filed]
Ricky Roma: You filed it, that puts me over the fuckin' top, I want my Cadillac. I don't wanna hear no fuckin' shit and I don't give a shit. Lingk puts me over the top. You filed it, it went downtown, now you owe me the car.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
Williamson: The leads are coming!
Shelley Levene: Get 'em to me!
Williamson: I talked to Mitch and Murray an hour ago. They're coming in, you understand. They're a bit upset about this morning's...
Shelley Levene: Did yo tell 'em about my sale?
Williamson: How could I tell them about your sale? I don't even have a teleph - I'll tell them about your sale when they bring in the leads, all right? Shelley, all right? You closed a deal. Fine. You made a good sale, fine.
Shelley Levene: It's better than a good sale. It's...
Williamson: Look, I have a lot on my mind right now. They're coming in, all right? They're very upset, I'm trying to make some sense...
Shelley Levene: I'm telling you - the one thing you can tell them is that it's a remarkable sale.
Williamson: The only thing 'remarkable' about it is who you made it to.
Shelley Levene: What the FUCK does that mean?
Williamson: That if the sale sticks, it'll be a miracle.
Shelley Levene: What does that mean? Why would it not... Oh, fuck you. You do not know your job. That's what I'm saying. You do not know your job. That's what I'm saying. A man IS his job and you are fucked at yours.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
The House passage of our bill is a victory for this country! Common sense wins out. I'm just so thrilled and excited. The sale of guns must stop. Halfway measures are not enough.More [01/02/2008 12:01:00]
Hannibal Lecter: [to a photo of his parents] Father, mother. I'm the youngest student they've ever admitted into medical school. It's a work scholarship. I think you would be pleased. Death duties on my uncle's estate has finally forced the sale of the château. Lady Murasaki will leave for Paris with me now that her residency is under threat. This work scholarship means I must spend much of my spare time preparing bodies for the anatomy class. My studies are fascinating and absorb me completely. Yet I still find myself thinking about my sister, and the men who took her.More [01/31/2008 12:01:00]
Greta: [in an annoyed tone] You told me you bought this picture frame at Tiffany's. Tiffany's?
Fletcher: [high-pitched voice] Garage sale six-fifty marked down from ten.
[Greta drops picture frame and smashes]More [07/15/2008 12:07:00]
Fletcher: [on phone] HI! Judge Stevens I'm scheduled to be in your courtroom in half an hour? Judge Stevens I badly, BADLY need a continuance!... Ill? Am I ill? That is the perfect question for you to ask!.
[to Greta]
Fletcher: GRETA please LIE to him for me!
Greta: I remember when you bought me this antique silver fram from tiffany's... TIFFANY'S?
Fletcher: [in a high pitched voice] ... Garage sale $6.50 marked down from $10.00!"More [07/15/2008 12:07:00]
Nick the Greek: Dunno. Seems expensive.
Tom: Seems? Well, this seems to be a complete waste of my time. That, my friend, is 900 nicker in any store you're lucky enough to find one in. And you're haggling over 200 pound? What school of finance did you come from Nick? "It's a deal, it's a steal, it's the Sale of the fucking Century!" In fact, fuck it Nick, I think I'll keep it!
Nick the Greek: All right all right, keep your Alans on!
[Peels off notes from his wad]
Nick the Greek: Here's a ton.
Tom, Eddie: Jesus Christ!
Eddie: You could choke a dozen donkeys on that! And you're haggling over one hundred pound? What're you doing when you're not buying stereos Nick? Finance revolutions?
Nick the Greek: 100 pound is still 100 pound.
Tom: Not when the price is 200 pound it ain't! And certainly not when you've got Liberia's deficit in your skyrocket. Tighter than a duck's butt you are. Now, lemme feel the fibre of your fabric.More [08/06/2008 12:08:00]
Tom: It's a deal. It's a steal. It's sale of the fucking century! Actually, fuck it, Nick, I think I'll keep it.More [08/06/2008 12:08:00]
Mabel:
[referring to Erwin's house] Gee! I'd love to live in a place like this. So quiet and nobody around.



Frankie:
Yeh, I bet not even a hermit comes out this far. It must be dandy in the winter too with the wind whistling through the For Sale signs.

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Sam Wellman:
When you've forged as many bills of sale as I have, you'll see how simple it is.



Jack Marlin:
Well, I hope you don't writer's cramp from forgin' 'em.



Sam Wellman:
Well, I only hope that you keep those fancy six-shooters of yours in their holsters. You know when the government starts investigatin' murders, it ain't so easy to fool 'em.



Jack Marlin:
You know as well as I do that we have to start usin' guns sooner or later.



Sam Wellman:
Well, let's make it later and we'll be safer.



Jack Marlin:
Anytime from now on is later, so you do the thinkin' and leave the shootin' to me.



Lou Banks:
Yeah, and I'll do the worryin'.

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Stanley Kowalski:
How about a few more details on that subject... Let's cop a gander at the bill of sale... What do you mean? She didn't show you no papers, no deed of sale or nothin' like that?... Well then, what was it then? Given away to charity?... Oh I don't care if she hears me. Now let's see the papers... Now listen. Did you ever hear of the Napoleonic code, Stella?... Now just let me enlighten you on a point or two... Now we got here in the state of Louisiana what's known as the Napoleonic code. You see, now according to that, what belongs to the wife belongs to the husband also, and vice versa... It looks to me like you've been swindled baby. And when you get swindled under Napoleonic code, I get swindled too and I don't like to get swindled... Where's the money if the place was sold?

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Ned "Scotty" Scott:
Dr. Carrington, you're a man who won the Nobel Prize. You've received every kind of international kudos a scientist can attain. If you were for sale I could get a million bucks for you from any foreign government. I'm not, therefore, gonna stick my neck out and say you're stuffed absolutely clean full of wild blueberry muffins, but I promise my readers are gonna think so.

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James Lee Bartlow:
My first novel, on which I had labored for seven years, was just out. Surprisingly for a scholarly work on early Virginia, it was doing a brisk nationwide sale - possibly because it was liberally peppered with sex. Because, after all, early Virginia was liberally peppered with sex. Could that have been why Hollywood bought it?

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Feathers:
How does a... how does a man get to be a sheriff?



John T. Chance:
Gets lazy. Gets tired of selling his gun all over. Decides to sell it in one place.



Feathers:
I'd say you made a poor sale.



John T. Chance:
A lot of people around here'll agree with you.



Feathers:
But... it's still a sale and it's too late to back out.

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Jack Tripper:
And speaking of current events, did you read the *big* news in the paper this morning?



Chrissy:
The May Company is having a huge sale on pantyhose.



Jack Tripper:
Excuse me, Chrissy, that's not exactly a current event.



Chrissy:
It is so, it's going on right now.

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[reading newspaper headlines]



Rex Kramer:
Passengers certain to die!



Steve McCroskey:
Airline negligent.



Johnny:
There's a sale at Penney's!

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Dex:
Unless we make a deal now, in another five minutes, the offer goes to 70-30. If I were you, I would take advantage of the sale price.



Alexis:
Oh, I never buy anything on sale, Mr. Dexter.

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Oliver Smallbridge:
[pointing to the sale list] I'll tell you what. There's something that'll interest you, boy. Stuffed Moose, Stuffed Boar, go nicely with your shirt.

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[Bond is released from jail in Paris for violating the Napoleonic Code]



M:
[to Bond] May I remind you that this operation was to be conducted discreetly. All it took was six million Francs in damages and penalties for violating most of the Napoleonic Code.



James Bond:
Well, under the circumstances, sir, I thought it MORE IMPORTANT to identify the assassin.



M:
What did you learn from Aubergine before his untimely demise?



James Bond:
[to M] Well, only that Zorin is having a thoroughbred sale at his stud not far from here. I think I should be there.


[to Tibbett]



James Bond:
Can you help me with that, Sir Godfrey?



Sir Godfrey Tibbett:
It may be possible to arrange an invitation. It's a bit short notice, but I might just be able to squeeze you in, Bond.



James Bond:
[to Tibbett] Thank you, sir.

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Dick Jones:
[in a private bathroom] Promoted to executive, congratulations. I remember when I was a young executive for this company. I used to call the old man funny names. "Iron Butt." "Boner." Once I even called him..."asshole." But there was always respect. I always knew where the line was drawn. And you just stepped over it, buddy-boy. You've insulted me. And you've insulted this company with that bastard creation of yours. I had a guarantee military sale with ED 209. Renovation program. Spare parts for 25 years. Who cares if it worked or not?



Bob Morton:
The old man thought it was pretty important, Dick.



Dick Jones:
You know, he's a sweet old man. And he means well. But he's not gonna live forever. And I'm number two around here. Pretty simple math, huh, Bob?



Dick Jones:
[about to walk out of the bathroom, then rubs Morton's hair] You just...


[grabs Morton's hair]



Dick Jones:
fucked with the wrong guy.



Bob Morton:
[takes Jones hand out of his hair] You're out of your fucking mind.



Dick Jones:
You better pray that that unholy monster of yours doesn't screw up.

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Dick Jones:
I had a guaranteed military sale with ED209! Renovation program! Spare parts for 25 years! Who cares if it worked or not!

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Linda:
[at dinner with Ned] ... Lenny told me about the mistake today. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. He was sort of counting on that sale to break into the business.



Lenny:
[to Linda] That doesn't mean anything to Ned.



Ned:
What doesn't mean anything?



Lenny:
Hustling for money. You're above all that.



Ned:
I worry about money, just like everybody else.



Lenny:
But you got some backstops. You start falling down that well, you got some slats across to catch yourself, right? You got your professor-father. You got an education. You got the Financial Journal. You can't fall too far. My old man's an ex-printer on disability! My mother is a secretary for the Ladies Garment Workers Union! I'VE GOT A HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION!

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[Elaine is trying to put a store out of business]



Elaine:
Hey, Kramer, do you still have that pricing gun?


[to Jerry]



Elaine:
That place is about to have the sale of the century. Nothing over 99 cents.



Jerry:
Still a ripoff.

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Josiah Gordon "Doc" Scurlock:
Here.


[Tosses Billy a pocket watch]



Josiah Gordon "Doc" Scurlock:
It's from New York. It's for the horse.



William H. Bonney:
Why that horse ain't for sale Doc, but how about my boots? They're nice and broke in and...


[Doc kicks him]



Josiah Gordon "Doc" Scurlock:
You son of a bitch!

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Harry Martin:
You make things for sale Eli, you invent corruption.



Eli Chelarin:
And don't you ever sell it short Harry, corruption is the last untapped resource of pure energy on the planet. It feeds the market. It drives the economy. Corruption empowers Harry and absolute corruption empowers absolutely.

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Merchant:
Welcome to Agrabah. City of mystery, of enchantment. And the finest merchandise this side of the river Jordan! On sale today! Come on down.

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[Cory is trying to find a topic to talk about on his radio show]



Cory:
There's a dark side to a bake sale too, isn't there? Fat. Cholesterol. What about that?

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Cory:
So they got Hunter kidnapped, and handcuffed to a pole, and I have to step in and save Shawn's butt, because I have a way with women, as you can probably tell by the fact that I've never been more available in my life. Tickets go on sale at the box office.

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Carol:
You get all the stuff that you want to sell, and I'll make some yard sale signs.



Beth:
No one's gonna buy my shit. It's all junk.



Carol:
That's what people buy at yard sales.

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Ben Sanderson:
We could get prime rib. They got it on sale for $2.99. I love that dress.

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Richard Hayden:
All right, now it's sale time, so remember, we don't take no...?



Tommy:
No shit from anyone.



Richard Hayden:
No.



Tommy:
Um, we don't take no prisoners.



Richard Hayden:
We don't take no for answer.



Tommy:
Oh yeah... We don't take no for an answer! We don't take no for an answer...


[Tommy and Richard have just finished a presentation]



'No' Manager:
No.



Tommy:
Okey-dokey.



'No' Manager:
No.



Tommy:
Gotcha. Thanks.



'No' Manager:
[shaking his head 'no'] Mmmm-mmmm.



Tommy:
Terrific! Thanks for your time.

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Hamm:
Yes, sir, we're next month's garage sale fodder for sure.

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Sally Solomon:
This is the bake sale committee, right?



Mrs. Hartzinger:
Yes, I don't believe I've seen you before.



Sally Solomon:
I don't believe you're blonde.

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Merchant:
[singing] So it goes, short and sweet / they were wed down the street / may their marriage be truly blessed / Happy end to the tale and tomorrow's a sale / So I'd better go home and rest / Here's a kiss and a hug / sure you don't need a rug? / I assure you, the price is right / Well, salaam, worthy friend / come back soon, that's the end / 'Til another Arabian Night!

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Gaz:
On Sale for £4.99 and we're still a fuckin' fiver short!

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Robin:
[Grabs Radio] Attention K-Mart shoppers. Snow-shovels are on sale for $ 12.99!

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Simon:
If God's made the church bake sale a priority, we're in a lot of trouble.

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Cruella de Vil:
Our designs are on sale at the concession stand. Don't be afraid to make a fashion statement, people.



Boy:
They're scary, like you.



Cruella de Vil:
I take it back. Be afraid, be very afraid.

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Two-Tone:
Yard sales? I love yard sales! Actually, I hate yard sales. The pros of a yard sale are the bargains, but the cons of a yard sale are that the items are used! Ugh!



Cadpig:
Two-Tone? Focus!

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Duncan:
[after buying a $730 outift] What's your policy on returning items?



Store Clerk:
There's no return on sale items.



Duncan:
Heh. Heh.


[sobs]

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Captain Jyanix Bach:
We got a, uh, routine stop here. We have a report of some stolen droids and, uh, we think these might be it.


[dismounts from his Speeder Bike and walks towards a couple of Jawas.]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Excuse me. Excuse me. Uh, do you wanna come over here, please? Yeah, I'm talkin' to you.


[one Jawa approaches Capt. Bach. as the other puts down a small droid.]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Uh, whose droid is this?


[Jawa answers in indistinct language.]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Uh-huh, it's your cousin's. Is this your cousin? Is this your cousin? Are you his cousin?


[the second Jawa replies in his language.]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
No? Okay, then who are ya?


[Jawa replies]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Ah, you're his friend. Well, Mr. Friend, would you, uh, step over here for a moment, please?


[turns back to the first Jawa.]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Okay, so the, uh, droid belongs to your cousin. Now, if I go over to that Sandcrawler over there, and ask to see your cousin, is he gonna have a bill of sale for this?


[Jawa tries to answer]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Okay. Well, what I'm gonna do now, sir, is place you under Imperial arrest, so we can only help.


[the second Jawa attempts to approach Capt. Bach, who points his blaster at him]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Hey! Am I talking to you? Am I talking to you?


[Jawa shakes head]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Then stay over there, and shut your mouth. Now if you move again, I'm, uh, gonna shoot ya.


[the first Jawa talks]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
No. Yeah, I understand. I got a wife and kids too, but you don't see me out here stealing Imperial droids now, do ya? Yeah, sure, you'll never do it again.


[the second Jawa attempts to run away.]



Trooper HK-888:
He's makin' a run for it!


[HK-888 aims and fires, blowing the Jawa's head off. Meanwhile, the first Jawa also makes a run for it]



Trooper HK-883:
There goes the other one!



Captain Jyanix Bach:
I got him!


[aims and shoots Jawa]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Okie-doke.


[points blaster towards camera]



Captain Jyanix Bach:
Uh, shut the camera off. Yeah, shut it off! Shut it off!

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Annette Atkins:
[getting a shot] Ow! What did they have a sale on dull needles at K-Mart?



Candy Striper:
I just need one more do-over.

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Drew Carey:
Announcements made over Hell's PA system.



Ryan Stiles:
Attention. Will the owner of a Pinto, lisencse plate number...



Wayne Brady:
Tickets for Yanni, on sale in the lobby. Tickets for Yanni.



Colin Mochrie:
Clean up on aisle five.

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