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There is, of course, a certain amount of protection from being within the center of the city, because there are always people about.More [04/08/2008 12:04:00]
Jim Lovell: One day, under secret orders, a group of us at the test pilot center were ordered to go to Washington, to get a briefing. And they talked about the Atlas booster, and putting a capsule on top of that, with a man in it, to try to put a man in space. And of course at that time, the Atlas boosters were blowing up every other day down at Cape Canaveral. And it looked like a very, you know, a good way to have a short career.More [04/13/2008 12:04:00]
Seer: The temple is at the center of the swamp where three trees grow as one.
Prince Colwyn: How can anything grow in that place? It smells of death.
Ynyr: Death and power are close cousins.
Torquil: I don't think I like your relatives, old man.More [06/20/2008 12:06:00]
Mrs. Darling:
When I came in tonight, I saw a face at the window. The face of a little boy.



Mr. Darling:
Two flights up?



Mrs. Darling:
Yes. And last week, I was drowsing here by the fire. I felt a draft and woke up, and I saw that same little boy in the center of the room. I screamed, Nana leapt at him, but the boy jumped out the window and escaped. But not before the window closed and snapped his shadow clean off.

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Nick Darrow:
Can I talk?



Inspector Conklin:
The faster the better.



Nick Darrow:
Any dictaphones around?



Inspector Conklin:
Say, listen, this is Center Street, not Hollywood.

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Ted Healy:
Hey, you in the center with that spittoon haircut. What's your name?



Moe:
George Washington.



Ted Healy:
Are you the fellow that chopped down the cherry tree?



Moe:
Nah, I ain't worked in a year and a half.

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[Father Jerry is returning the $10,000 Rocky has sent him 'anonymously' to help build the recreation center]



Rocky Sullivan:
Suppose the dough is hot? Nobody knows that but you and me.



Father Jerry:
That's just it.



Rocky Sullivan:
Oh, come on, don't be such an angel. You wanna get the center built, don't you? Well, go ahead - get it started.



Father Jerry:
Sure I wanna get it started; but I don't wanna get it started on rotten foundations.



Rocky Sullivan:
Aw, don't be a sucker!



Father Jerry:
All right, Rocky, supposin' I take the money... and I kid myself that it's a means to an end - well it isn't. It never will be. Inside the center my boys would be clean... and outside they'd be surrounded by the same rotten corruption and crime and criminals. Yes, yourself included. Criminals on all sides for my boys to look up to and revere... and respect and admire and imitate. What earthly good is it for me to teach that honesty is the best policy when all around they see that dishonesty is a better policy? That the hoodlum and the gangster is looked up to with the same respect as the successful businessman or the popular hero? You and the Fraziers and the Keefers and all the rest of those rotten politicians you've got in the palm of your hand. Yes, and you've got my boys, too. Whatever I teach them, you... you show me up. You show them the easiest way - the quickest way is with a racket or a gun.



Rocky Sullivan:
Well, it's so, ain't it?



Father Jerry:
Yes, it's so... God help us.

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Title Card:
Dodge City, Kansas - 1872. Longhorn cattle center of the world and wide-open Babylon of the American frontier - packed with settlers, thieves and gunmen.

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Control Center Technician:
Earth calling Bugs Bunny! Earth calling Bugs Bunny! Are you there? Are you there? Come in Bugs Bunny! Over!



Bugs Bunny:
Bugs Bunny to Earth! Yeah, I'm here! Over!



Control Center Technician:
Earth calling! Did you arrive safely on the moon? Over!



Bugs Bunny:
Bugs to Earth! Yeah, I'm on the moon! Over!


[Technicians talk among themselves; lead technician shushes them]



Control Center Technician:
Have you prepared a statement for the press?



Bugs Bunny:
Well, uh, yes, I have prepared a statement: GET ME OUTTA HERE!

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Bugs Bunny:
[after the gorilla falls through the floor and comes out covered in debris from the subway he fell into] Okay, push in! Plenty of room in the center of the car! Push in, plenty of room ! Push in! I used to work on the shuttle fro Times Square to Grand Central. Atta boy, step in. Come on, push through.


[Pushes gorilla back down the same hole]



Bugs Bunny:
Ain't I a devil?

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Hondo Lane:
Destarti. You remind me of her some.



Angie Lowe:
Of an Indian girl? Was she fair?



Hondo Lane:
Her hair was black as ten feet down. Did you ever see a crow's wing, how black and gleaming it is?



Angie Lowe:
Yes.



Hondo Lane:
That's the way her hair shined. I'd like to pay you for that rope. Ridin' dispatch, I have the right to give you a script.



Angie Lowe:
You loved her?



Hondo Lane:
I don't know. I needed her.



Angie Lowe:
But if she was dark and I'm fair...



Hondo Lane:
Why you reminded me of her?



Angie Lowe:
Yes



Hondo Lane:
I don't know. I've thought about it. You don't look anything like her.



Angie Lowe:
I am fully aware that I am a homely woman, Mr. Lane.



Hondo Lane:
I didn't mean that. I got a bad habit of tellin' the truth, but being pretty isn't much. I know a lot of pretty people I wouldn't trust with a busted nickle-plated watch. But some others, somethin' comes outa the inside of 'em and you know you can trust 'em. Destarti had that. And you've got it too.


[he kisses her]



Angie Lowe:
I'm a married woman.



Hondo Lane:
I thought about that, too. I guess I kissed you because you remind me of Destarti. Or maybe it's because I hate to think of your hair hangin' from the center pole of an Apache wikia. But a long time ago, I made me a rule. I let people do what they want to do.



Angie Lowe:
You're a strange man, Mr. Lane.



Hondo Lane:
I don't know about that. Bye, Mrs. Lowe.

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Barbara:
I can't call him because he's in a coma!



Julia Lindsey Snyder:
A coma? Come on, Barbara. Come up with something a little more original. How about - oh, I know. How about a hole opened up, and James fell into the center of the earth?

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[first lines]



Narrator:
In the last century before the birth of the new faith called Christianity, which was destined to overthrow the pagan tyranny of Rome and bring about a new society, the Roman Republic stood at the very center of the civilized world. "Of all things fairest," sang the poet, "first among cities and home of the gods is golden Rome." Yet, even at the zenith of her pride and power, the Republic lay fatally stricken with a disease called human slavery. The age of the dictator was at hand, waiting in the shadows for the event to bring it forth. In that same century, in the conquered Greek province of Thrace, an illiterate slave woman added to her master's wealth by giving birth to a son whom she named Spartacus. A proud, rebellious son who was sold to living death in the mines of Libya before his thirteenth birthday. There, under whip and chain and sun, he lived out his youth and his young manhood dreaming the death of slavery two thousand years before it finally would die.

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Alexis Davis Cassadine:
You need to get a job, Carly. You need to take up knitting, you know, run a marathon, volunteer at the kid's school. Just stop obsessing.



Carly Corinthos:
Hey, don't change the subject.



Alexis Davis Cassadine:
You are the subject. You've whittled your life away to just this one little, narrow focus which happens to be your ex-husband. He's already the center of his own universe. Don't make him the center of yours.

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Charlie Brown:
I guess you were right, Linus. I shouldn't have picked this little tree. Everything I do turns into a disaster. I guess I really don't know what Christmas is all about.


[shouting in desperation]



Charlie Brown:
Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?



Linus Van Pelt:
Sure, Charlie Brown, I can tell you what Christmas is all about.


[moves toward the center of the stage]



Linus Van Pelt:
Lights, please.


[a spotlight shines on Linus]



Linus Van Pelt:
"And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, 'Fear not: for behold, I bring unto you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the City of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.' And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God, and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.'"


[Linus picks up his blanket and walks back towards Charlie Brown]



Linus Van Pelt:
That's what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.

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Zeke Kelso:
Do you have any regulars, or people going in and out of the house all the time?



Patti Randall:
Father always complained that we were running a rehab center for punch-drunk juveniles.

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Charlie Brown:
Linus, give us the scouting report on the other team.



Linus:
I watched this team practice, see. They were terrible! Anybody could beat them. None of their players can hit the ball out of the infield. And they have this loud mouth girl in center field who can't catch a thing. They also have some animal at second base who can't even throw, and their pitcher is a kind of round-headed kid who is absolutely no good at all. And -



Everyone:
YOU SCOUTED YOUR OWN TEAM!

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Dr. Peter Duval:
The medieval philosophers were right. Man is the center of the universe. We stand in the middle of infinity between outer and inner space, and there's no limit to either.

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King Friday XIII:
I understand that you have been angry with your mother and me.



Prince Tuesday:
Well, sort of.



King Friday XIII:
That's very understandable.



Prince Tuesday:
It is?



King Friday XIII:
I used to be angry with my mother and father.



Prince Tuesday:
You were?



King Friday XIII:
Yes. They would always be working someplace else and I didn't want them to go. But they told me they didn't like leaving me any more than I liked their going. In fact, I remember seeing my father cry one day when he had to leave us.



Prince Tuesday:
Your father? Grandfather Thursday cried?



King Friday XIII:
He did.



Queen Sara Saturday:
Well sometimes we cry when we have to leave you, Tuesday, but we have to do our work. People depend on us to do the work.



Prince Tuesday:
I guess I never thought of it that way.



King Friday XIII:
I trust we will talk about it some more when we all get home from our work today.



Prince Tuesday:
Yes. I'm going to help the children at the caring center with their block building and stuff like that.

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Title Card:
In the summer of 1909, a member of the oldest American minority, a Paiute Indian named Willie Boy, became the center of an extraordinary historical event. This is what happened in the deserts of California.

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Laurie Partridge:
...You know, there's one good thing about being paranoid: You're always the center of attention.

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Lincoln Tower:
Mobil 1. Ground Control.



Mel Bakersfeld:
Yes Doug. This is Mel.



Lincoln Tower:
Cleveland just handed off flight two to Chicago Center. The transmissions from the aircraft aren't exactly regulation. The captain's blowing a fuse.



Mel Bakersfeld:
I'd like to monitor. What's the frequency?



Lincoln Tower:
117.1.



Capt. Vernon Demerest:
We need answers! Not questions. Are you guys sleeping down there? Why aren't we getting any action? We need help!



Chicago Center:
Global 2. This is the Chicago Center watch supervisor. Please understand we're doing everything we can. We're holding other traffic and giving you priority. What type of approach do you wish?



Capt. Vernon Demerest:
Chicago Supervisor listen carefully! Any approach is no damn good if it lands on runway 2-2. We need 2-niner. We've got an unservicable stabilizer trim. Doubtful rudder control and structural damage. If we're brought in on 2-2 there'll be a broken airplane and a lot of dead people. So you call Lincoln, mister, and turn the screws and tell that Lincoln airport manager to get off his penguin butt and clear that runway!



Mel Bakersfeld:
Snowdesk, Mobil 1. Danny, listen carefully. Break the conga line. Send the heavy plows across to runway 2-niner. They're to head for stuck airplane and to wait instruction.

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Mr. Green:
I'm taking your brake handle and reverse key, Denny. I want your cutting key also. That's it.



Mr. Blue:
You'll be hearing from Command Center in a minute or two. You won't answer; you'll ignore the call. Is that clear, My. Doyle?



Denny Doyle:
Oh yes, sir, they can call all they want to. I'm deaf.

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[Boris is bothered by thoughts of suicide]



Boris:
Something's missing.



Doctor:
What?



Boris:
I don't know, I feel a void at the center of my being.



Doctor:
What kind of void?



Boris:
Well... an empty void.



Doctor:
An empty void?



Boris:
Yes. I felt a full void about a month ago but it was just something I ate.

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Luke:
[griping about Tatooine] If there's a bright center to the universe, you're on the planet that it's farthest from.

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Orderly:
How long have you been working here?



Intern:
I just started working Sunday.



Orderly:
You like your job?



Intern:
Yeah, it's fine.



Orderly:
Well, when you've seen what I've seen, you'll soon change your mind. Hey listen, after two months of working here, you'll start to feel like an old man. Guys like you won't last five minutes. Hey, there's this guy down the hall in the burn center I'd like you to see. After you see this guy, you'll never want to come back in here again. Man, this guy is so burned, he's cooked! A fucking Big Mac, overdone! You know what I mean? And, it's a miracle that he's still alive. If it was me, I'd prefer to be dead. No way I'd want to be this freak. He's a monster, man! I've been working here 10 years and I'm telling you, I've never seen anything like this.



Intern:
Listen, I've got to be...



Orderly:
Come on, in here, man.



Intern:
Look, I've got to go.



Orderly:
Hey, you want to be a doctor, right? This is what you've got to see. This is where it's at!

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Eugene O'Neill:
If you were mine, I wouldn't share you with anybody or anything. It'd be just you and me. We'd be the center of it all. I know it would feel a lot more like love than being left alone with your work.

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[Terrell disobeys Khan's order to kill Kirk, who taunts Khan over the communicator]



Kirk:
Khan, you bloodsucker. You're gonna have to do your own dirty work now, do you hear me? Do you?



Khan:
Kirk. You're still alive, old friend.



Kirk:
Still, "old friend." You've managed to kill everyone else but like a poor marksman, you keep missing the target.



Khan:
Perhaps I no longer need to try, Admiral.


[beams the Genesis device away]



Kirk:
Khan... Khan, you've got Genesis, but you don't have me. You were going to kill me, Khan. You're gonna have to come down here. You're gonna have to come down here.



Khan:
I've done far worse than kill you, Admiral. I've hurt you. And I wish to go on hurting you. I shall leave you as you left me, as you left her: marooned for all eternity in the center of a dead planet, buried alive. Buried alive.



Kirk:
KHAAANNNN.


[echo]



Kirk:
KHAAANNNN.

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[the Mercury Seven walk through the space center after the response to Yuri Gagarin's space shot]



John Glenn:
I'm tired of being forthright, gracious and magnanimous.



Gordon Cooper:
Yeah.



John Glenn:
I'm tired of these stupid questions from the press.



Gordon Cooper:
mm-hmm



John Glenn:
I'm tired of smocks, I'm tired of engineers telling us what we can't do, I'm tired of everybody that says we are not pilots!



Gordon Cooper:
You tell 'em, John.



John Glenn:
I'm tired of monkeys.



Alan Shepard:
Yeah.



John Glenn:
And most of all, I am sick and tired of being second to those... those darn Russians!



Gus Grissom:
There ya go.



John Glenn:
Now I think it's about time we...



Wally Schirra:
- got someone up there!


[the others voice their approval]



John Glenn:
Let's f-f-f...



Gus Grissom:
Fuckin' A, bubba.



John Glenn:
That's right! Exactly!

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Boris, KGB man:
[speech given before going to America]


[in Russian]



Boris, KGB man:
Stay away from places like the Subway.



Boris, KGB man:
[looks towards Yuri]



Yuri:
[now in English] Times Square,



Boris, KGB man:
uh, Teems Square,



Yuri:
Greenich Villlage



Boris, KGB man:
uh, Grenich yillage,



Yuri:
Rockefeller Center



Boris, KGB man:
Kak?


[Russian for "What?]



Yuri:
Rockefeller Center



Boris, KGB man:
Reekafeller Tsyenter



Yuri:
[shrugs]



Boris, KGB man:
[shrugs]

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Allen:
[drunk] I don't ask for much. I don't ask to be rich, and I don't ask to be famous, and I don't ask to play center field for the New York Yankees. I just want to get married and have a wife, and a house, and I want to have a kid, and I want to go see him be a tooth in the school play!

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[the girls visit a birthing center. A loud screech is heard]



Birthing Center Woman:
It sounds like there's a mommy in the making!



Rose:
It sounds like there's a mommy on *fire*!

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Jack:
I come from...



Jack, Lisa Piper, George, Mary:
[singing] C-I-N-C-I-N-N-A-T-I, Cincinnati! The best town in O-H-I-O, Ohio, USA! At first they called it Cincy, but since Cincy is so natty, they named it Cincinnati, so they say. Hey, the girls are really pretty in this pretty little city, the fellas are the feistiest I've seen. And when it comes to ball teams, the Reds and Bengals maul teams, they knock the socks off all the other teams. I mean to argue's indefensible, the facts are common sensible, Cincy is invincible, know what I mean? Cincy's more than merely natty, she's Ohio's Maserati, Cincinnati's at the center of the scene!

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Diana Barry:
You always have to be the center of attention whenever Gilbert Blythe is in anyone's company!

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Dark Helmet:
What the hell am I looking at? When does this happen in the movie?



Colonel Sandurz:
Now. You're looking at now sir. Everything that happens now, is happening now.



Dark Helmet:
What happened to then?



Colonel Sandurz:
We passed then.



Dark Helmet:
When?



Colonel Sandurz:
Just now. We're at now, now.



Dark Helmet:
Go back to then!



Colonel Sandurz:
When?



Dark Helmet:
Now.



Colonel Sandurz:
Now?



Dark Helmet:
Now!



Colonel Sandurz:
I can't.



Dark Helmet:
Why?



Colonel Sandurz:
We missed it.



Dark Helmet:
When?



Colonel Sandurz:
Just now.



Dark Helmet:
When will then be now?



Colonel Sandurz:
Soon.



Dark Helmet:
How soon?



Video Operator:
Sir!


[Dark Helmet has becomed far too confused and everyone now ignores him even though he's center screen]



Dark Helmet:
What?



Video Operator:
We've identified their location.



Dark Helmet:
Where?

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Tom Servo:
This is a story about a robot named Crow. Can you guess what Crow has been thinking? Crow has been thinking hard... or as hard as he can think anyway... on how the satellite has been so darn clean. It wasn't clean this morning, so think hard, Crow. Think really hard Crow - you poor dope. Scan that scrap heap you call a brain and...



Crow T. Robot:
Hey, knock it off!



Tom Servo:
[as different images of Gypsy are shown] Oh, sorry. Ah, yes. Who does these things when we're too lazy or too bloated on dinners of rich food and generous portions of our own gargantuan ego? Who debugs the massive computer control center because our own feeble brains can't add fractions? Who provides the water in which you could bathe your filthy oil-stained carcass? Who goes on mind-bendingly dangerous missions on the outside in cold unforgiving space while you sit cozy sipping cocoa and watching Tiny Toons? Pinch yourself hard, Mr. Robot. You deserve it. You think you're all sunshine and goodness, but you're just dirt between the toes of an evil troll. That's right. Who periodically changes the plutonium rods in the nuclear bowels deep inside the nuclear reactor of the ship while you sit feasting on gooey handfuls of Fiddle Faddle and play hopscotch and marbles and spring in the...



Crow T. Robot:
Hey just a darn blasting minute. What are you trying to do, lay it all on me? You're the laziest robot I've ever seen!



Tom Servo:
Oh, I see, It's me now is it. It's too painful to look into the deep dark truthful mirror, eh. You make me sick.



Crow T. Robot:
[as Gypsy enters] I thought you looked sick but it's always hard to tell with you.


[both see Gypsy]



Crow T. Robot:
I gotta go clean my room now.



Tom Servo:
I gotta go clean his room too.

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Dr. Forrester:
I really think this is going to be it. This is my year!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
You say that every year we go to the Mad Scientist Convention.



Dr. Forrester:
Ah, but this year is different. They laughed when I made the more painful mouse-trap, but my entrance in the Mad Scientist competition is going to make me famous.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Infamous!



Dr. Forrester:
Ah, that too! That too!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Okay, but promise me that if you lose this year your not going to blow up the whole convention center again!



Dr. Forrester:
I only did that once!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Oh- humph!



Dr. Forrester:
Ok, twice! Twice! It was twice!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
It was three times!



Dr. Forrester:
The third time I used the incendiaries and it didn't actually make the building blow up, it just made it burn... really quickly. God, that was beautiful, wasn't it?

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Margo Hunt:
They're an ancient commune of feminists, so radical, so militant, so left of center they... they eat their men.



Bunny:
Oh, that. Well, if I like a guy, I usually start at...



Margo Hunt:
They don't eat their men like that, Bunny.

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Alfredo:
Living here day by day, you think it's the center of the world. You believe nothing will ever change. Then you leave: a year, two years. When you come back, everything's changed. The thread's broken. What you came to find isn't there. What was yours is gone. You have to go away for a long time... many years... before you can come back and find your people. The land where you were born. But now, no. It's not possible. Right now you're blinder than I am.



Salvatore:
Who said that? Gary Cooper? James Stewart? Henry Fonda? Eh?



Alfredo:
No, Toto. Nobody said it. This time it's all me. Life isn't like in the movies. Life... is much harder.

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Crown, Internal Affairs:
We'll charge you. We'll find someone to help us. Nobody's got a softer center than a dirty cop.

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Gus Hedges:
George, can we pool our brainspaces in a center of excellence?

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Will:
Move out of the way, fool.



crisis center helper:
There you go calling names again. Sticks and stones will break your bones but a 50 foot drop will kill y'all.

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[George is wearing prescription goggles]



George Costanza:
I got to get out of this city.



Jerry:
So you're tunnelling to the center of the earth?

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Young Doc:
[while exploring the cave that holds the Delorean in it] This reminds me of the time I attempted to reach the center of the earth. I'd be reading my favorite author, Jules Verne. I spent weeks preparing that expedition, I didn't even get this far. Of course, I was only 12 at the time. You know, it was the writings of Jules Verne that had a profound effect on my life. It was when I was 11 that I first read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. It was then that I realized that I must devote my life to science.

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The Newsman:
The scientific community is focusing on the phenomenon, specifically on that trance like state that seems to characterize the assailants. Clearly a behavioral disorder, but what could've caused so widespread and dramatic condition as the one we're facing tonight.



The Newsman:
We've heard speculation, on everything from the Ozone layer and chemical weapons, to uh...


[laughs softly]



The Newsman:
voodoo mysticism and organisms from space.



The Newsman:
A biologist in Stockton, California, have released reports, stating the uh...


[puts glasses on]



The Newsman:
bodies, of the recently dead, are returning to life. Driven by an unknown force which enables the brain to continue to function.



The Newsman:
Doctors at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, reject that theory, calling it preposterous beyond belief. They feel that the only reasonable explanation is a germ, that has a mind altering effect on it's victims. Though how such a germ could've been spread so quickly and across such a vast area, does remain a mystery.



The Newsman:
It's being called "Judgement Day" by religious leaders-


[Harry pulls the plug]

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Diane Farrow:
There was this experiment where an electrode was planted in the pleasure center of a monkey's brain. When the monkey hit a button, it sent a signal to the electrode, in effect, exciting the monkey sexually.



Woman at luncheon:
You're kidding.



Diane Farrow:
No. Can you guess what happened?



Woman at luncheon:
Was it a male monkey?



Diane Farrow:
Yes.



Woman at luncheon:
He slammed the button till he died.



Diane Farrow:
Oh, so you know this experiment?



Woman at luncheon:
I know men, honey.

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Pinhead:
Unbearable, isn't it? The suffering of strangers, the agony of friends. There is a secret song at the center of the world, Joey, and its sound is like razors through flesh.



Joey:
I don't believe you.



Pinhead:
Oh come, you can hear its faint echo right now. I'm here to turn up the volume. To press the stinking face of humanity into the dark blood of its own secret heart.

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Harry Bliss:
Here I am, sitting in the center of a lot of wealth, the escalation in crime couldn't be better, and I'm not turning a damn nickel on it!

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Citizen G'Kar:
If I take a lamp and shine it toward the wall, a bright spot will appear on the wall. The lamp is our search for truth... for understanding. Too often, we assume that the light on the wall is God, but the light is not the goal of the search, it is the result of the search. The more intense the search, the brighter the light on the wall. The brighter the light on the wall, the greater the sense of revelation upon seeing it. Similarly, someone who does not search - who does not bring a lantern - sees nothing. What we perceive as God is the by-product of our search for God. It may simply be an appreciation of the light... pure and unblemished... not understanding that it comes from us. Sometimes we stand in front of the light and assume that we are the center of the universe - God looks astonishingly like we do - or we turn to look at our shadow and assume that all is darkness. If we allow ourselves to get in the way, we defeat the purpose, which is to use the light of our search to illuminate the wall in all its beauty and in all its flaws; and in so doing, better understand the world around us.

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Alpha 5:
Rita will rule the world! She'll enslave mankind! She'll destroy the Command Center again! She'll...



Zack:
Okay, okay, Alpha. We get your point.

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Tommy:
Has it ever occured to you that I might have other things on my mind? News flash, Kimberly: You are not the center of everyone's universe.

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Derrick:
Karl and I connected that night. From the essence, from the ancient center of our beings.



Mary:
The two of you were on Ecstacy. It dries out your spinal fluid.

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Becker:
You just got out of basic training, didn't you? It's pretty obvious you're a rookie. You think you're the center of the universe but you're not. We're just insignificant little specks, you and me. We're not gonna change the world. we're not gonna win the war. Nobody's gonna care when we die.

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Rifleman Hagman:
[recording target scores] Miss Nugent, dead center. Major, you're off center five.



Lt. Ayres:
Damn it, should have wagered a hundred.



Patrick Harper:
Oh the book's still open, sir.



Lt. Ayres:
Right then, raise it.



Patrick Harper:
[writes a note] An even hundred you have, sir.

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Abe Henry:
The world needs dreamers.



Future Man:
Excuse me?



Abe Henry:
I don' think so. You know one day your going to wake up and realize that you no longer have a brother. And you no longer have any friends. And on that day, I'm gonna be front and center laughing my fucking ass off.



Abe Henry:
[laughs] John!


[continues laughing]



Abe Henry:
John!

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Juan Primo:
I hope you like it in center field.



Bobby Rayburn:
I hope you like it in left.

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[Hank is teaching yoga to Enrique and Joe Jack]



Hank:
That jackass at the yoga center calls this one "Sun Salutation", but I prefer "Modified Roger Staubach."



Enrique:
Hey, Hank! I feel like I'm one with everything now.



Joe Jack:
I just felt my chakra open, Honey.



Hank:
Now we're going to move into something I call "Fertilizing the Lawn."

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Clown:
[Spawn has threatened and beat the crap out of some cops who were messing with the homeless people of the alleys] That's it, Spawn, let yourself go. Get pissed. Do some damage. Don't take shit from nobody. And, oh yeah, the big boy downstairs. 'Cause this is how the world ends. Not with a bang but with a lot of blood and torn flesh and broken bones. And I just love it.


[laughs]



Cogliostro:
[narrating] And so the game has begun again. After 400 years, a new warrior takes center stage, preparing for the great battle... and with him comes pain, death and the vile stench of brimstone.

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Banky Edwards:
Alright, now see this? This is a four-way road, okay? And dead in the center is a crisp, new, hundred dollar bill. Now, at the end of each of these streets are four people, okay? You following?



Holden:
Yeah.



Banky Edwards:
Good. Over here, we have a male-affectionate, easy to get along with, non-political agenda lesbian. Down here, we have a man-hating, angry as fuck, agenda of rage, bitter dyke. Over here, we got Santa Claus, and up here the Easter Bunny. Which one is going to get to the hundred dollar bill first?



Holden:
What is this supposed to prove?



Banky Edwards:
No, I'm serious. This is a serious exercise. It's like an SAT question. Which one is going to get to the hundred dollar bill first? The male-friendly lesbian, the man-hating dyke, Santa Claus, or the Easter bunny?



Holden:
The man-hating dyke.



Banky Edwards:
Good. Why?



Holden:
I don't know.



Banky Edwards:
[shouting] Because the other three are figments of your fucking imagination!

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Panel member:
Doctor Arroway, you come to us with no evidence, no record, no artifacts. Only a story that to put it mildly strains credibility. Over half a trillion dollars was spent, dozens of lives were lost. Are you really going to sit there and tell us we should just take this all... on faith?


[pause, Ellie looks at Palmer]



Michael Kitz:
Please answer the question, doctor.



Ellie Arroway:
Is it possible that it didn't happen? Yes. As a scientist, I must concede that, I must volunteer that.



Michael Kitz:
Wait a minute, let me get this straight. You admit that you have absolutely no physical evidence to back up your story.



Ellie Arroway:
Yes.



Michael Kitz:
You admit that you very well may have hallucinated this whole thing.



Ellie Arroway:
Yes.



Michael Kitz:
You admit that if you were in our position, you would respond with exactly the same degree of incredulity and skepticism!



Ellie Arroway:
Yes!



Michael Kitz:
[standing, angrily] Then why don't you simply withdraw your testimony, and concede that this "journey to the center of the galaxy," in fact, never took place!



Ellie Arroway:
Because I can't. I... had an experience... I can't prove it, I can't even explain it, but everything that I know as a human being, everything that I am tells me that it was real! I was given something wonderful, something that changed me forever... A vision... of the universe, that tells us, undeniably, how tiny, and insignificant and how... rare, and precious we all are! A vision that tells us that we belong to something that is greater then ourselves, that we are *not*, that none of us are alone! I wish... I... could share that... I wish, that everyone, if only for one... moment, could feel... that awe, and humility, and hope. But... That continues to be my wish.

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