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If a large city can, after intense intellectual efforts, choose for its mayor a man who merely will not steal from it, we consider it a triumph of the suffrage.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Ritchie: Now, get out there and be the mayor of Pussytown!
Jack Wyatt: I don't want to be the mayor of Pussytown!
Ritchie: Then get out there and be the sheriff of Ballsville!More [08/19/2005 12:08:00]
I want to live and work in Chicago for the rest of my life. You know when you were growing up and you wanted to become president? What I want now is to be mayor of this damned town in ten years.More [07/02/2006 12:07:00]
Goldie Wilson: [rushes up to George] Say! Why do you let those boys push you around like that for?
George McFly: Well, they're bigger than me.
Goldie Wilson: Stand tall, boy. Have some *respect* for yourself. Don't you know if you let people walk over you now, they'll be walking over you for the rest of your life! Look at me. You think I'm gonna spend the rest of my life in *this* slop house?
Lou: Watch it, Goldie!
Goldie Wilson: No, sir! I'm gonna *make* something of myself. I'm going to Night School. And one day I'm gonna *be* somebody!
Marty McFly: That's right! He's gonna be mayor.
Goldie Wilson: Yeah, I'm gonna...
[smiles, one of his front teeth is gold]
Goldie Wilson: Mayor! Now *that's* a good idea! I can run for mayor.
Lou: A colored mayor, *that'll* be the day.
Goldie Wilson: You wait and see, Mr. Carruthers. I *will* be mayor! I'll be the most powerful man in Hill Valley. And I'm gonna clean up this town.
Lou: Good. You can start by sweeping the floor.
[hands Goldie a broom]
Goldie Wilson: [stands tall with a hand over his heart] Mayor Goldie Wilson. Like the *sound* of that.
[collects George's dishes]More [02/26/2007 12:02:00]
Goldie Wilson III: [in TV Commercial] Hi friends, Goldie Wilson III for Wilson Hover Conversion Systems. You know, when my Grandpa was Mayor of Hill Valley, he had to worry about traffic problems. But now, you don't have to worry about traffic. I'll hover convert your old road car into into a skyway flyer! For only $39,999.95, so come on down and see me Goldie Wilson III, at any one of our 29 convenient locations. Remember, keep 'em flying!More [02/28/2007 12:02:00]
J. Jonah Jameson: Take a shot of my wife with the Minister here...
[Both pose with Minister]
Mrs. Jameson: Beautiful tie!
J. Jonah Jameson: Ohh, no get a shot with the DA.
Mrs. Jameson: Beautiful dress!
[Both pose with DA]
J. Jonah Jameson: Oh here get a shot of the Mayor and his girlfriend... wife.
[Both pose with Mayor]More [03/18/2007 12:03:00]
Madeliene White: Well detective, there are matters at stake here that are a little bit above your pay grade. No offense.
Keith Frazier: Well, why don't you just tell the mayor to raise my pay grade to the proper level, and problem solved.More [04/23/2007 12:04:00]
[Chef bursts in on the Mayor and Officer Barbrady]
Mayor: Why Chef, what a surprise.
Officer Barbrady: You're probably wondering why we're standing here with a pile of money and no pants on.
Chef: Actually, uh...
Mayor: Well, I can assure you that it has absolutely nothing to do with the Japanese mafia.
Officer Barbrady: Not a thingy-dingy.More [05/02/2007 12:05:00]
Mayor John Pappas: I was warned not to come here. I was warned. They warned me, "Don't stand behind that coffin." But why should I heed such a warning, when a heartbeat is silent and a child lies dead? "Don't stand behind" this coffin. That boy was as pure and as innocent as the driven snow. But I must stand here, because I have not given you what you should have. Until we can walk abroad and recreate ourselves; until we can stroll along the streets like boulevards; congregate in parks free from fear, our families mingling, our children laughing, our hearts joined - until that day we have no city. You can label me a failure until that day. The first and perhaps only great mayor was Greek. He was Pericles of Athens, and he lived some 2500 years ago, and he said, "All things good on this Earth flow into the City, because of the City's greatness." Well, we were great once. Can we not be great again? Now, I put that question to James Bone, and there's only silence. Yet could not something pass from this sweet youth to me? Could he not empower me to find in myself the strength to have the knowledge to summon up the courage to accomplish this seemingly insurmountable task of making a city livable? Just livable. There was a palace that was a city. It was a PALACE! It was a PALACE and it CAN BE A PALACE AGAIN! A PALACE, in which there is no king or queen, or dukes or earls or princes, but subjects all: subjects beholden to each other, to make a better place to live. Is that too much to ask?
Audience: No!
Mayor John Pappas: Are we asking too much for this?
Audience: No!
Mayor John Pappas: Is it beyond our reach?
Some Audience Members: No!
Mayor John Pappas: Because if it is, then we are nothing but sheep being herded to the final SLAUGHTERHOUSE! I will not go down, THAT WAY!
[the audience begins shouting approval]
Mayor John Pappas: I choose to FIGHT BACK! I choose to RISE, not fall! I choose to LIVE, not die! And I know, I know that what's within me is also WITHIN YOU.
Audience Member: Amen!
Mayor John Pappas: That's why I ask you now to join me. Join me, RISE UP with me, RISE UP on the wings of this slain angel.
[Audience members begin shouting "Yes" at every pause]
Mayor John Pappas: We'll rebuild on the soul of this little warrior. We will pick up his standard and RAISE it high! Carry it forward until THIS CITY - YOUR CITY - OUR CITY - HIS CITY - IS A PALACE OF GOD! IS A PALACE OF GOD! I am with you, little James. I am you.More [07/22/2007 12:07:00]
Mayor John Pappas: The first and perhaps only great mayor was Greek. He was Pericles of Athens, and he lived some 2500 years ago, and he said all things good of this Earth flow into the city because of the city's greatness. Well, we were great once. Can we not be great again?More [07/22/2007 12:07:00]
Kevin Calhoun: Now there's four deaths, they're all connected, and that's all I know, that much I learned ...
Mayor John Pappas: [interrupting] And that's all I want to know!
Kevin Calhoun: I'm just trying to circle the wagons here, John.
Mayor John Pappas: Circle the wagons? What do you th - Who do you think you are? Some gumshoe in a dime novel, loose-cannoning around the city? Consorting with known mobsters? Kevin, for God's sakes!
[long pause]
Mayor John Pappas: You see this desk? This desk belonged to Fiorello La Guardia, "the Little Flower". He was about 5 foot tall, used to read the funny papers to his constituents' children over the radio, and was about the best goddamned mayor this city ever had. You know what La Guardia said? "Why is it, every time you can do some good, the nice people come in and mess you up?" Kevin... be nice, don't mess me up.More [07/22/2007 12:07:00]
Tell me why the mayor is worried about fat people when he could be worried about this broken city. He could be putting lights on the streets instead of this.More [07/26/2007 12:07:00]
“The mayor needs to hear him. So do the people of New Orleans, ... We're cautious about encouraging people to return at this moment of history.”More [08/06/2007 12:08:00]
John Spartan: So let me get this right, Spacely Sprockets here, who's now the man in charge, the Mayor Gov who want to take me to dinner at Taco Bell, and Lord knows I could go for a burrito, is also one of the guys who built the God-damned cryo-prison?More [08/26/2007 12:08:00]
Mother Sister: Hey, you old drunk, what did I tell you about drinking in front of my stoop? Move on, you're blocking my view. You are ugly enough, don't stare at me, the Evil Eye doesn't work on me.
Da Mayor: Mother Sister, you've been talkin' about me for 18 years. What have I ever done to you?
Mother Sister: You a drunk fool.
Da Mayor: Besides that? Da Mayor don't bother nobody and nobody no bother Da Mayor but you. The Man just tends to his own business. I love everybody; I even love you.
Mother Sister: Hold your tongue: you don't have that much love.
Da Mayor: One day you're gonna be nice to me. We may both be dead and buried, but you're gonna be nice, at least civil.More [09/17/2007 12:09:00]
The Mayor: Who the hell are you? What do you want?
Bobby Maxwell: You.
The Mayor: Get away from me, you son of a bitch. I'm not going anywhere with you.
Bobby Maxwell: The hell you aren't!
[shoots mayor in chest with taser gun]More [10/12/2007 12:10:00]
[Persuading the mayor to let them stop a supernatural upheaval]
Dr. Peter Venkman: If I'm wrong, nothing happens! We go to jail - peacefully, quietly. We'll enjoy it! But if I'm *right*, and we *can* stop this thing... Lenny, you will have saved the lives of millions of registered voters.More [12/14/2007 12:12:00]
Brody: [to Mayor Vaughn, after the shark attack on July Fourth] Larry, the summer is over. You're the mayor of "shark city". These people think you want the beaches open.More [04/29/2008 12:04:00]
The mayor: Jack, as mayor of this great metropolis, you and I have had our little tiffs, but this is the Lieutenant Governor.
Lt. Governor: Slater, here's what I...
Jack Slater: [breaks the Lieutenant Governor's nose] When the Governor gets here, call me.More [06/30/2008 12:06:00]
Joe Clark: Don't talk to me about saving those kids. The mayor wants to save his budget. And you wanna save your ass!
Dr. Frank Napier: Well, so what? You want the truth?
Joe Clark: Yeah, Frank. Let's have some truth.
Dr. Frank Napier: The truth is that for all your talking, all your 'Crazy Joe' routine, what have you ever done? Nothing. You're nothing but an insignificant man. It's like you were never born. Your life hasn't made one bit of difference, and neither has mine. Wanna take that to the grave?More [07/13/2008 12:07:00]
Mr. Rosenberg: Mr. Mayor it seems that Mr. Clark's students have assembled outside in an exercise of their first amendment rights.
Mayor Don Bottman: How many?
Mr. Rosenberg: It looks like... all of them.More [07/13/2008 12:07:00]
Mayor of Colleville: [meeting the British on the beach] Welcome; welcome, friends. I brought champagne, but I do know think it will be enough for all of you.
Lord Lovat: Quite alright. We have a pressing engagement; the war. Move inland.
[to his bagpiper]
Lord Lovat: Millen, Blue Bonnett!
[as British troops march inland to the bagpipe playing of Millen, the mayor of Colleville raises his champagne bottle in salute, which earns the bemused observation of Clough and Flanagan]
Pvt. Clough: [to Flanagan] I tell you, there are some pretty peculiar blokes on this beach.More [08/10/2008 12:08:00]
Your Mayor must seek new ways to bring jobs and industry to our community.More [08/09/2008 12:08:00]
Schoolteacher:
We shall now have an intelligence test. Who was Columbus?



Prisoner:
The mayor of Ohio.



Schoolteacher:
[pause] What did he do?



Insurgent Convict:
He died.



Schoolteacher:
Well, of course he died. Who killed him?



The Tiger:
Clark Robbins.



Schoolteacher:
Who said *that*?



The Tiger:
I did.



Schoolteacher:
[pause] Correct.

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[first lines]



Mayor of West Rome:
As mayor of West Rome, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you and to introduce our first citizen, Warren Fenwick Cooper!



Warren F. Cooper:
Thank you, mayor. Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears. Heh, heh, you see I know my Roman history.

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Brett Starr:
[thinking he is Shotgun Cassidy, Mayor Keeler has appointed Brett as Sheriff of Tombstone] Keeler says the surviving Carsons are a pack of cutthroats.



Judge Gabby Whittaker:
No!



Brett Starr:
Yeah.



Judge Gabby Whittaker:
What are you gettin' all prettied up for?



Brett Starr:
I'm goin' callin' on the Carsons.



Judge Gabby Whittaker:
Ain't that a mite dangerous?



Brett Starr:
From Keeler's description, it'll be downright perilous.



Judge Gabby Whittaker:
Hmm. Gives me the shivers to think of it.



Brett Starr:
The leader is a killer of the worst kind. Stands five foot tall, over 70, white hair and wears a little bonnet on top of it.



Judge Gabby Whittaker:
I'm goin' along... just for the shivers.

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Mayor Of Vasaria:
We must be more clever this time. We must pretend to be friends with the monster.



Vazec, the Proprietor:
Yes, why not elect it mayor of Vasaria.

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Newscaster:
The death of Harold Jackson, well-known attorney, is another link in the chain of mysterious crimes known as "The Purple Death Murders." In each case a subtle unknown poison has been found in the blood stream of the dead men and each victim clutched in his hand a jeweled scarab. The scarab, ironically, was the symbol of eternal life among the ancients. It is significant that all of the murdered men were actively or financially connected with a recent scientific expedition into the ancient Mayan ruins of Central America. The authorities are completely baffled and the Mayor has called District Attorney Grant Gardner to appear before a meeting in the office of Police Commissioner Dryden.

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Political Boss:
[telling the mayor that Woodrow will be a write-in candidate] You can take it from me. This is a free country. They can vote for anybody they like.



Mayor Everett D. Noble:
But, that's disgraceful!



Political Boss:
I know it, but that's how it is - and the way it is, it don't look so good.



Mayor Everett D. Noble:
You mean he actually has a chance?



Political Boss:
A chance? Did you ever see a snowslide?

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Libby:
[mad at Mayor Noble for criticizing Woodrow] That ass of a father of yours! Going around talking about people he doesn't know anything about.



Forrest Noble:
You're still talking about your children's grandfather.



Libby:
What are you trying to do? Depress me? If I thought they'd look anything like him...



Forrest Noble:
Well, I don't look anything like him.



Libby:
I've noticed that. I've pinned my hopes on it.

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Albert 'Al' Marbury:
Well, you're not going to see the mayor right now, are you?



Col. Will Seaborn Effingham:
Soon as I can change my clothes.



Albert 'Al' Marbury:
Well, there's no hurry, cousin Willie. Any old time will do.



Col. Will Seaborn Effingham:
Son, when you get to be sixty-five it's a good time to hurry!

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Johnny Rocco:
You'd give your left arm to nail me wouldn't you? I could see the headlines now, 'Local Deputy Captures Johnny Rocco'. Your picture'd be in all the papers. You might even get to tell on the newsreels how you pulled if off, yeah. Listen hick, I was too much for any big city police force to handle. It took the United States Government to pin a rap on me. And they won't make it stick. You hick, I'll be back pulling strings to get guys elected mayor and governor before you get a ten buck raise.

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Constable Locke:
That was pretty good, Professor, but you made a couple of mistakes.



Harold Hill:
Oh?



Constable Locke:
Yeah, the billiard hall and that pool table belong to Mayor Shinn.



Harold Hill:
Oh


[looks thoughtful]



Harold Hill:
What was my other mistake?



Constable Locke:
That Zaneta, she's the mayor's oldest girl.

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Mayor James Sargent:
He doesn't want to lose. Who does?



Clint Stark:
I do. Mayor Sargent, every time I bet on weakness, corruption, fallibility... I want to lose. But I always win.

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Lady Elaine Fairchilde:
[Lady Elaine is having a "found" objects exhibit] First, the Westwood sign.



Mayor Maggie:
I claim it.



Lady Elaine Fairchilde:
You claim it? Okay, here you are.


[Refuses to let go as Mayor Maggie tries to take it]



Lady Elaine Fairchilde:
Say "thank you'.



Mayor Maggie:
You didn't say "please' when you took it!



Lady Elaine Fairchilde:
Oh, I'll say it right now. Please?



Mayor Maggie:
Thank you!

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Chuck Aber:
I am the associate mayor of care.



Lady Elaine Fairchilde:
Oh well have you come to care for me?

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Daniel Striped Tiger:
[concerning Prince Tuesday] Who's going to take care of him while they're gone?



Mayor Maggie:
Mr. Aber will.



Daniel Striped Tiger:
Does he have to go to Mr. Aber's house?



Mayor Maggie:
No, Mr. Aber will be coming here for a few days.



Daniel Striped Tiger:
Alot of children have to go to other people's houses when they get night and day care.



Mayor Maggie:
I know and that's important to talk about, isn't it?



Daniel Striped Tiger:
It surely is, Mayor Maggie, anything that people feel really strongly about is important to talk about.



Mayor Maggie:
Why do you think that is, Daniel?



Daniel Striped Tiger:
Well I guess if you talk about something, it doesn't seem so scary.



Mayor Maggie:
Not so scary as when you sit and think about it al by yourself.



Daniel Striped Tiger:
Yes. All by yourself times can be pretty scary.



Mayor Maggie:
Especially when there isn't someone you love real close by.



Daniel Striped Tiger:
But you can call and ask them to come and be with you. And sing to you.

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Mayor Maggie:
I'm still curious. In fact, I'm curious why Prince Tuesday's name is Tuesday.



King Friday XIII:
[a fanfare announces King Friday; Enters] No time for formalities. Did I hear someone say she was curious?



Mayor Maggie:
Yes, I did, King Friday.



King Friday XIII:
I have cancelled all curiosity.



Mayor Maggie:
But you can't tell people not to be curious and then expect them to...



King Friday XIII:
I expect people to follow rules. Farewell, Mayor Maggie.



Mayor Maggie:
Don't you want our regularly scheduled meeting, sire?



King Friday XIII:
I have cancelled all meetings today.



Mayor Maggie:
Oh sorry. I guess you won't get to see what's in here then.


[Presents a long, rolled up sheet]



King Friday XIII:
What is it?



Mayor Maggie:
Oh, um, I think that's being a bit curious, sire.



King Friday XIII:
We shall not be curious. You and your whatever-it-is, may depart.



Mayor Maggie:
Farewell, sire. Farewell to thee.



King Friday XIII:
Remember, cancel all curiosity!

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Ernestine, the telephone operator:
[talking to someone at Los Angeles City Hall while trying to get hold of Mayor Yorty] Tell me, is this Mr. Yorty on the lam or something?... Oh, he's, uh, a publicly elected official? Well, who elected him, Pan-Am?


[laughs and snorts]



Ernestine, the telephone operator:
Hello? Hello? Hello?...

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[discussing Frank Patch]



Lester Locke:
There's that mayor over there drumming up a meeting with all those rich and proper jackasses - hollering and shouting around, quoting some stupid law or bylaw. Then they'll all go stomping down to the jailhouse, take a look at God Almighty, then he'll take one good look back at 'em, and they'll all wet their britches and go on home.

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Prudy:
I said it before and I'll say it again: The men in this town are nothin' but a bunch of lowdown, miserable, cowardly curs!



Mayor Ollie Perkins:
As your father, I may have to take that kind of talk from you; but as the mayor of this town I sure as hell don't. Throw her out, boys... and don't be too gentle with her!

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Judge Benby:
I think you send that man home, Sheriff.



Deputy Sheriff Christopher 'Coop' Cooper:
You're not mayor yet, Judge. You're just runnin' - the same as Willie.

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Augusta Prodworthy:
Is that you, Rosemary?



Rosemary:
Yes.



Augusta Prodworthy:
[In reference to the morning newspaper with a picture of Mayor Bumble on the front with his trousers down] Have you seen this?



Augusta Prodworthy:
Yes - bloody disgrace! Still, what can you expect from a man?

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[Miles gets to look at some pictures to identify the people on them]



Miles Monroe:
This was Josef Stalin. He was a communist, I was not too crazy about him, had a bad mustache, lot of bad habits. This is Bela Lugosi. he was, he was the mayor of New York city for a while, you can see what it did to him there, you know. This is, uhm, this is, uh, Charles DeGaulle, he, he was a very famous French chef, had his own television show, showed you how to make souflets and omelettes and everything.

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Corrigan:
Would you mind telling me why we're traveling in circles?



3rd Officer Jim Hardy:
In circles, sir?



Corrigan:
Yeah. A little while ago the waves were coming from the front of the ship, now they're coming from the side.



3rd Officer Jim Hardy:
Well, it's that kind of sea, sir. North Atlantic, you know.



Corrigan:
A half hour ago the sun was on the port side, now it's on the starboard - is it that kind of sun?



3rd Officer Jim Hardy:
They must be checking the steering gauge - just routine.



Corrigan:
Uh-huh. And about that explosion this morning?



3rd Officer Jim Hardy:
Just blowing Number 2 Boiler, sir.



Corrigan:
Buddy, I am by profession a politician: the mayor of a rather large city, as a matter of fact.



3rd Officer Jim Hardy:
Yes, sir?



Corrigan:
In my line of work you have to learn how to lie with remarkable precision. You also have to know how to recognize a lie when it bites you in the ass... and I have just been bitten.



3rd Officer Jim Hardy:
I'll, uh, convey your complaint to the captain, sir.

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Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
All right, Al. You've heard from the Three Wise Men. Now what do you say?



Mayor:
What are THEY going to say, Warren?



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
"They" who?



Mayor:
Who? Everybody - the press, the man on the street.



Mayor's wife:
He means the voters.



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
You know what they're going to say. The Times is going to support you. The News is going to knock you. The Post will take both sides at the same time. The rich will support you, likewise the blacks, and the Puerto Ricans won't give a shit. So come on, Al, quit stalling!



Mayor:
Will you stop bullying everybody, Warren? This is supposed to be a democracy!



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
Wise up, for chrissake, we're trying to run a city, not a goddamn democracy! Al, quit farting around - we've got to pay!



Mayor:
Jessie, Jessie, what do you say?



Mayor's wife:
I know a million dollars sounds like a lot of money. But just think what you'll get in return.



Mayor:
What?



Mayor's wife:
Eighteen sure votes.



Mayor:
All right, all right. Warren, Warren, arrange for the payoff!



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
Hallelujah.

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Mr. Blue:
You a policeman?


[cop nods]



Mr. Blue:
Well done. The mayor will go to your funeral.


[raises his gun and points it at the cop's head]

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Mayor:
Warren, suppose the hijackers start shooting at me?



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
Will you stop? They have no reason to shoot at you.



Mayor:
Why - do you think they're from out of town?



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
Get dressed, Al. I'll do the jokes.

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Mayor:
Warren, I've thought it over. I know what we're going to do.



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
You tell me.



Mayor:
We're going to let 'em keep the goddamn subway train. Hell, we've got plenty of them; we'll never even miss it.



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
How about the 18 hostages, Al? Are we going to miss them?



Mayor:
Warren, goddammit, this city hasn't got a million dollars!



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
Then you better empty out one of your Swiss bank accounts because there's no other way out.



Mayor:
Don't we get even to think about it?



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
There's no time.



Mayor:
All right. I still want the full picture. Get me the police commissioner, the chairman of the Transit Authority, and that putz we've got for a Comptroller.



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
They're on their way over. But it's no good running to them, Al. You're the man. The buck stops with you.



Mayor:
Oh, shit!



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
God help us.



Mayor:
Shit! Piss! Fuck!

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Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
Hallelujah! Alright, fellas, you heard him. Phil, pass the word to the bad guys that we're coughing up. Sid, what bank do we do the most business with?



Transit Authority Chairman:
City National Trust. I'll give them a call.



Deputy Mayor Warren LaSalle:
I'll call. You'll take an hour trying to knock down the interest rate.

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Mayor Teddy Burnside:
I'm Mayor Teddy Burnside. Your mayor by a landslide.

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Mr. Fabulous:
No, sir, Mayor Daley no longer dines here, sir. He's dead, sir.

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Inspector Douglas Todd:
You mind telling me where the fuck you come off going undercover without authorization from me? What the fuck is this all about? You wanna play some fucking bullshit cowboy cop? Go do it in somebody else's precinct!



Axel Foley:
Don't you wanna hear my side of the story?



Inspector Douglas Todd:
What's your fucking side of the story?



Axel Foley:
Let's hear your side of the story.



Inspector Douglas Todd:
Hey Axel, I'm not takin' anymore of this shit from you. You know how much this little stunt of yours is gonna cost this city?



Axel Foley:
I don't think cost is the issue here, sir. I think the issue should be my blatant disregard for proper procedure.



Inspector Douglas Todd:
You damn right, wise ass! The mayor called the Chief, the Chief called the Deputy Chief, the Deputy Chief just chewed my ass out! You see I don't have any bit of it left, don't you? Where in the fuck did you get a truckload of cigarettes from anyway?



Axel Foley:
From the Dearborn Hijacking.



Inspector Douglas Todd:
From the Dearborn Hijacking? That fucking bust went down last week! That truck is supposed to be in the damn pound!



Jeffery:
I tried to tell you.



Inspector Douglas Todd:
Jeffery, this is none of your fucking business!



Jeffery:
[Pointing to a random locker] This is not my locker!



Inspector Douglas Todd:
Listen Axel, no more of these set ups, you understand? You're a good cop, and you got great potential, but you don't know every fucking thing. And I'm tired of taking the heat for your ass. One more time and you're out on the street. Do you understand me?



Axel Foley:
Look, Boss, let me tell-



Inspector Douglas Todd:
[emphatically] Do you understand me?



Axel Foley:
Yeah, I understand. Boss. The Chief ain't chew it all out. You still got a little ass there.



Inspector Douglas Todd:
Don't fuck with me Axel! Not now! Go on. Go home.

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Mayor Bates:
[in Mayor Bates' office, where he is being questioned by Colonel Bella] Daryl, he wouldn't hurt a fly. I know my son, Colonel. He's not the guerrilla type.



Colonel Ernesto Bella:
According to records, Mayor... your son is a prominent student leader.



Mayor Bates:
Yes, well... he's a leader, but not in a violent or physical way. You see, Daryl... he's more of a politician, like his father.



Colonel Ernesto Bella:
A member of an elite paramilitary organization: "Eagle Scouts."



Mayor Bates:
Yes, but that's not military. If he's alive, he's scared, he's hungry... and he's just as anxious to avoid conflicts as you and me. He's not a troublemaker.



Colonel Ernesto Bella:
Then who is?



Mayor Bates:
...It runs in some of the families.



Colonel Ernesto Bella:
[to an aide-de-camp] This community is indeed fortunate to have a shepherd like him.



Mayor Bates:
Well, I just want to see this thing through, Colonel.

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[first lines]



Dianne Feinstein:
As president of the board of supervisors, it's my duty to make this announcement. Both Mayor Moscone and supervisor Harvey Milk have been shot and killed.

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Goldie Wilson:
[rushes up to George] Say! What do you let those boys push you around like that for?



George McFly:
Well, they're bigger than me.



Goldie Wilson:
Stand tall, boy. Have some respect for yourself. Don't you know if you let people walk over you now, they'll be walking over you for the rest of your life! Look at me. You think I'm gonna spend the rest of my life in this slop house?



Lou:
Watch it, Goldie!



Goldie Wilson:
No, sir! I'm gonna make something of myself. I'm going to Night School. And one day I'm gonna *be* somebody!



Marty McFly:
That's right! He's gonna be mayor.



Goldie Wilson:
Yeah, I'm gonna...


[smiles, one of his front teeth is gold]



Goldie Wilson:
Mayor! Now *that's* a good idea! I can run for mayor.



Lou:
A colored mayor, that'll be the day.



Goldie Wilson:
You wait and see, Mr. Carruthers. I *will* be mayor! I'll be the most powerful man in Hill Valley. And I'm gonna clean up this town.



Lou:
Good. You can start by sweeping the floor.


[hands Goldie a broom]



Goldie Wilson:
[stands tall with a hand over his heart] Mayor Goldie Wilson. Like the sound of that.


[collects George's dishes]

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The Toxic Avenger:
You fat slob. Let's see if you've got any guts.


[Toxie then punches the mayor in the stomach and rips out his guts]



The Toxic Avenger:
Officer O'Clancy, take care of this toxic waste.

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Captain Trunk:
Hammer, I got a problem. Do you know a reporter named Phil Gum from Action News?



Sledge Hammer:
I don't watch the news. I make it.



Captain Trunk:
He wants to ride along with one of us... for one day.



Sledge Hammer:
So what's the problem?



Captain Trunk:
He chose you!



Sledge Hammer:
Why me?



Captain Trunk:
Because, Hammer, on paper, you have a perfect arrest record. You have put over a thousand men behind bars. God knows if any of them are guilty of anything!



Sledge Hammer:
They look guilty to me.



Captain Trunk:
Hammer, you don't seem to understand the point of my dilemma. I've been fighting with city hall for over two months now. They're talking about making cutbacks! The mayor is threatening this entire department! Do you understand what I'm saying?



Sledge Hammer:
You want me to kill the mayor?



Captain Trunk:
No! I'm saying this report will help us or hurt us. It could be good PR or bad PR. I'm ordering you to act responsibly!



Sledge Hammer:
Don't worry captain. Me and my one-man band will give them a little wholesome family entertainment!



Captain Trunk:
Hammer, put that gun away.



Captain Trunk:
NOW GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE!

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Damiel:
First, I'll have a bath. Then I'll be shaved by a Turkish barber who will massage me down to the fingertips. Then I'll buy a newspaper and read it from headlines to horoscope. On the first day, I'll be waited upon... For requests, ask the neighbor. If someone stumbles over my legs, he'll have to apologize. I'll be pushed around, and I'll push back. In the crowded bar, the bartender will find me a table. A service car will stop, and the mayor will take me aboard. I'll be known to everyone, and suspect to no one. I won't say a word, and will understand every language. That will be my first day.

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[Ron Miller is holding City Hall hostage to get an old job back and Lt. Hedgecock is negotiating from outside with a bullhorn]



Lt Hedgecock:
Okay Miller! Don't hurt the mayor! We'll give you what you want!



Miller:
First, don't fuck with me. I'm a desperate man! And second, I want some fresh coffee. And third, I want a recount! And no matter how it turns out, I want my old job back!



Lt Hedgecock:
Okay.



Miller:
And I want a bigger office! And I want a new car! And I want the city to pay for it all!



Lt Hedgecock:
What kind of car, Miller?



Miller:
Something with reclining leather seats, that goes really fast, and gets really shitty gas mileage! Alright.



Lt Hedgecock:
How about a 6000 SUX?



Miller:
Yeah! Okay, sure! What about cruise control? Does it come with cruise control?



Lt Hedgecock:
Hey, no problem, Miller. You let the mayor go, we'll even throw in a Blaupunkt!



Miller:
Lieutenant, don't jerk me off! When people jerk me off, I kill them! You wanna see?


[Miller goes over to the Mayor]



Lt Hedgecock:
Get up, Your Honor. Get up! Get up. Your public wants to see you.


[Miller pulls the Mayor to the window and points the gun at his head]



Miller:
Nobody ever takes me seriously! We'll get serious now... and kiss the mayor's ass goodbye!


[Robocop punches through the wall, grabbing Miller and the gun, then he punches Miller in the face and sends him flying out the window]

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