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I often wish that I could rid the world of the tyranny of facts. What are facts but compromises? A fact merely marks the point where we have agreed to let investigation cease.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Juan Trippe: [walks away from TV showing the Hughes investigation trial] Turn it off.
Pan-Am Employee: But it's not over yet.
Juan Trippe: Yes it is.
[Is looking at a map of the globe]
Juan Trippe: Hughes will be dismissed of all charges. Our bill will be defeated in the Senate, allowing Hughes and TWA to start commercial flights to Paris... then Rome... then Berlin... then on to Moscow and The Soviet Union and finally the Far East.
[Realizes that Pan Am's monopoly is finished]
Juan Trippe: Fuck.More [08/04/2005 12:08:00]
David intended to keep the investigation of Laura's murder going on for the length of the series. There was such an outcry to resolve it.More [05/23/2006 12:05:00]
An investigation may take six months. A quick interview, profile, a day.More [08/15/2006 12:08:00]
I like being alone and I think this movie, as much as it is an investigation of connection and people bonding, I also think it's just as much about loneliness.More [11/02/2006 12:11:00]
“[Pat Buchanan, who sharpened his rhetorical claws as a Nixon speechwriter, told] Today's ... There's nothing heroic about breaking faith with your people, breaking the law, sneaking around in garages, putting stuff from an investigation out to a Nixon-hating Washington Post.”More [11/16/2006 12:11:00]
Oliver Queenan: Congratulations on passing the detectives' exam, and welcome to the Special Investigation Unit.
Dignam: Whoop-de-fucken-do.More [03/22/2007 12:03:00]
Sherlock Holmes: Just have a quick look at these.
[hands Lestrade two obituaries]
Lestrade: A suicide and a carriage accident.
Sherlock Holmes: I suspect foul play.
Lestrade: Why? The two instances are completely unrelated.
Sherlock Holmes: Wrong. Both men graduated from the same university in 1809.
Lestrade: Coincidence.
Sherlock Holmes: Neither of their deaths fit their personalities. According to his obituary, Bobster was a happy man, content with his life, his career, his family. Why would he commit suicide? He didn't even leave a note. And Reverend Nesbitt is described by friends as "warm, loving, peaceful." And yet the carriage driver insists that he was crazed, insane, in a state of panic when he ran out into the street.
Lestrade: Holmes, a mere fluctuation of character is hardly sufficient evidence to begin an investigation. And if you want my advice, you'll keep your nose out of the Times and into your schoolbooks.
Sherlock Holmes: I appreciate your time, Mister Lestrade. I suggest you hold onto these.
[Lestrade shakes his head]
Sherlock Holmes: If I were a detective sergeant trapped in this room all day up to my neck in boring paperwork, I would be doing everything in my power to seek out that one case, that one investigation that would promote me to inspector.
Lestrade: [Irately] Good day, Holmes.More [05/10/2007 12:05:00]
Tim Daland: [Walks to tractor] See you're enjoying the good life, Harry?
Harry Hogge: Yeah. Well I don't mind spreadin' a little fertilizer round now and then. There's worse things.
Tim Daland: How's the truck runnin'?
Harry Hogge: Runs good.
Tim Daland: [pause] I... uh... I want you to build me a car.
Harry Hogge: [stops tractor] Now, Tim, everyone knows some downtown car dealer can't afford a race team. And no driver worth a damn is gonna sign with you. Cause they wreck one car, you can't afford to build them another, and their out of the deal, you know. And no car's gonna win without a driver, not even mine.
Tim Daland: [points to Harry] If you built the car, I'd get a damn driver.
Harry Hogge: [starts driving tractor] What kinda driver you gonna find after the season's started? Some ole' boy that's washed up, and one worth a shit to begin with.
Tim Daland: You can work with him. You can build a driver like you build a car, Harry.
Harry Hogge: [points to dog] Tim, take a look at that hound. Now that's the best coon dog I ever seen or heard about, and I didn't teach him a damn thing.
Tim Daland: Well I got somebody.
Harry Hogge: Who?
Tim Daland: Take a look at him.
Harry Hogge: Anybody I gotta take a look at ain't somebody.
Tim Daland: Then take a look at nobody.
Harry Hogge: [stops tractor] Tim, I give up racin', you gotta know that.
Tim Daland: Ah, you didn't give up racin', Harry. You quit to avoid investigation into Buddy's crash at Daytona.
Harry Hogge: Hey, I didn't avoid any God-damn investigation.
Tim Daland: [rolls eyes] Well, anyway, I... uh... I talked to NASCAR and if you come back in there won't be any investigation.
Harry Hogge: How they hell you sell 'em on that deal?
Tim Daland: I'm a helluva saleman.More [08/20/2007 12:08:00]
Let the investigation go forward, … The investigation has to be comprehensive, all the evidence has to come out, there has to be full cooperation with the investigation by all parties.More [09/02/2007 12:09:00]
The investigation has to be very comprehensive, … We have to get to the bottom of this. It has to be done in a very professional fashion. It shouldn’t be prejudged. Let the chips fall where they may.More [09/02/2007 12:09:00]
“No action or investigation has been taken to determine who is leaking this information or why they are permitted to violate the law in such a manner. I respectfully request that people see these efforts for what they are.”More [09/23/2007 12:09:00]
“[Police in Roskilde have exonerated concert management and blamed an unruly audience for the deaths, but in response to reports that a preliminary investigation found the band] morally responsible, ... We feel that we are 'morally responsible' to bring out the truth with regard to what happened that night.”More [10/11/2007 12:10:00]
Kaffee: [when Galloway insists on investigation instead of an instant uninformed plea-bargain] Commander, do you have some sort of jurisdiction here that I should know about?
Galloway: My job is to make sure that you do your job. I'm Special Counsel for Internal Affairs, so my jurisdiction's pretty much in your face.More [11/05/2007 12:11:00]
We want a full investigation to show who is behind this assassinationMore [12/07/2007 12:12:00]
Barney Greenwald:
I'm going to be frank with you two. I've read the preliminary investigation very carefully and I think that what you've done stinks.

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Detective Toivo Virta:
[voiceover] Of course it was a murder. Otherwise they wouldn't call the Criminal Investigation Police. And no-one forgets to switch off the gas.



Inspector Palmu:
It was not a murder.



Detective Toivo Virta:
I didn't say anything like that.



Detective Toivo Virta:
No, but you THOUGHT!



Detective Toivo Virta:
If Inspector had even a little bit of imagination...



Inspector Palmu:
...I would cut it off. Or leave my job.

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Clouseau:
Facts, Hercule, facts! Nothing matters but the facts. Without them the science of criminal investigation is nothing more than a guessing game.

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[scene of crash that killed Zack is investigated]



Policeman:
Oh yeah - got a real life "Law And Order" investigation goin' on here. Dennis Farina's got nothin' on me.

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Newscaster:
It has been established that persons who have recently died have been returning to life and committing acts of murder. A widespread investigation of funeral homes, morgues, and hospitals has concluded that the unburied dead have been returning to life and seeking human victims. It's hard for us here to be reporting this to you, but it does seem to be a fact.

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Infirmary Doctor:
[stitching up Harry's head] Sure you don't want a local for this, Harry? Takes about seven stitches.



Harry Callahan:
No, thanks.



Infirmary Doctor:
Ok, it's your ass...



Harry Callahan:
My head, the cut's on my head.



Infirmary Doctor:
Why does everybody suddenly become a comedian in here?



Lieutenant Briggs:
[comes in with Captain Avery] Does he have to stay in here?



Infirmary Doctor:
No, I could stop and let the man's brains run out all over his shoes.



Captain Avery:
Rogers, I don't need to have a doctor display that kind of attitude. A police officer is dead.



Infirmary Doctor:
Sorry.



Lieutenant Briggs:
I got those warrants for a search of the premises, Callahan, not for you to become judge, jury and executioner. It was supposed to be a simple arrest.



Harry Callahan:
Well arresting a killer like Palancio isn't always simple.



Lieutenant Briggs:
People are guilty until proven... I mean... goddamnit, you know what I mean. This city is on the verge of the worst criminal violence in it's history, and you have to start full scale military operations.



Harry Callahan:
I didn't start shooting at anyone that didn't start shooting at me first.



Captain Avery:
Every time you pull out that gun, my paperwork backs up for three goddamn months! The chief and I have already conferred on this matter, Callahan - a full investigation is warranted here.


[turns and leaves]



Lieutenant Briggs:
[nodding repeatedly, obviously upset] What about a dead cop?! I warned you against taking them.



Harry Callahan:
Sweet was killed with the first shot. Besides, they were tipped off. They knew we were coming, Briggs.



Lieutenant Briggs:
How?? Don't hand me that crap.



Harry Callahan:
I'm telling you, they knew we were coming. After 200 arrests, I know the difference!



Lieutenant Briggs:
If I have my way, Callahan, you won't make another arrest as long as you live.



Harry Callahan:
[contemptous] Is that all, lieutenant?



Lieutenant Briggs:
No, that's not all. I want that slug you showed me.



Harry Callahan:
I ran that through ballistics, it was nothing, the rifling was totally different.



Lieutenant Briggs:
It's still state's evidence, I want it anyway.



Harry Callahan:
[takes it out and throws it at Briggs] Eat it!


[the bullet hits Briggs in the chest and drops to the floor]



Harry Callahan:
[Briggs bends down to get it and then slowly gets back up glaring at Harry]

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Carroll Commission Spokesman:
Ladies and gentlemen, you have been invited here today for the official announcement of the inquiry into the death of Senator Charles Carroll. This is an announcement, not a press conference. Therefore, there will be no questions. A complete transcript of the investigation is being prepared for publication on March 1st. At that time, the committee will hold a full-scale press conference. After nearly four months of investigation, followed by nine weeks of hearings, it is the conclusion of this committee that Senator Carroll was assassinated by Thomas Richard Linden. It is our further conclusion that he acted entirely alone, motivated by a sense of patriotism and a psychotic desire for public recognition. The committee wishes to emphasize that there is no evidence of any wider conspiracy; no evidence whatsoever. It's our hope that this will put an end to the kind of irresponsible and exploitive speculation conducted by the press in recent months, as I've said in the complete text of the hearings, which provides the bases for the committee's findings which will be published on March 1st. When you've had a chance to examine the evidence, you'll have every opportunity to ask those questions which remain unanswered, if they are any. That is all. Thank you.

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Hammond Commission Spokesman:
Ladies and gentlemen, you've been invited here today for the official announcement of the inquiry into the death of George Hammond. A complete transcript of the investigation is in preparation. This committee has spent nearly six months of investigation, followed by eleven weeks of hearings. After careful deliberation, it is concluded that George Hammond was assassinated by Joseph Frady. An overwhelming body of evidence has revealed that Frady was obsessed with the Carroll assassination, and in his confused and distorted state of mind seems to have imagined that Hammond was responsible for the senator's death. He was equally convinced that Hammond was somehow plotting to kill him. And it is for those reasons that Frady assassinated him. Although I'm certain that this will do nothing to discourage the conspiracy peddlers: there is no evidence of a conspiracy in the assassination of George Hammond. Those are our findings. The evidence will be available as soon as possible. Thank you. This is an announcement, gentlemen. There will be no questions.

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Claudius:
[Cassius Chaerea and three senators are on trial for murdering Caligula] I cannot find it in me to condemn you, Cassius, for murdering my nephew. But you also murdered the lady Caesonia and their child, and you meant to murder me and my wife, none of whom had ever done you any harm. Is this true?



Cassius Chaerea:
I did it for the Republic, and I'd do it again.



Claudius:
No, you did it more for injuries to yourself. But even *that* doesn't weigh with me. What weighs with me is what I've heard: that it was agreed among you that only Caligula should die, but that you took it upon yourself to kill us all. Is that true?



Cassius Chaerea:
Why should I deny it, when your very existence here proves that only your death would have insured the return of the Republic?



Claudius:
Then you leave me no choice, but to condemn you for the murder of the Lady Caesonia and her child.


[to the guards]



Claudius:
Take him away.



Cassius Chaerea:
Congratulations Caesar. You've just passed your first sentence of death. How many more before the people grow tired and pass one on you? Isn't that the way we've set for ourselves, Caesar? Think about it, Caesar. Think about it.



Claudius:
[Looks at the Senators who are also on trial] The investigation into this affair... is closed.

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Deep Throat:
You let Haldeman slip away.



Bob Woodward:
Yes.



Deep Throat:
You've done worse than let Haldeman slip away: you've got people feeling sorry for him. I didn't think that was possible. In a conspiracy like this, you build from the outer edges and go step by step. If you shoot too high and miss, everybody feels more secure. You've put the investigation back months.



Bob Woodward:
Yes, we know that. And if we're wrong, we're resigning. Were we wrong?

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[last lines]



Noodles:
I hope the investigation turns out to be nothing; it'd be a shame to see a lifetime of work go to waste.

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Captain Trunk:
How's this investigation going? Any leads?



Sledge Hammer:
Not really. But after a few more victims get killed we'll have more to go on.

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Nick Conklin:
Just hope they got a Nip in this building who speaks fucking English.



Matsumoto Masahiro:
[overhearing] Assistant Inspector Matsumoto Masahiro, Criminal Investigation section, Osaka Prefecture police. And I do speak fucking English.

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[upon finding out Rusty will lead the investigation of his ex-lover's murder]



Barbara Sabich:
There are one hundred and fifty lawyers down there. Couldn't they find someone who didn't fuck her to handle the case?

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Raymond Horgan:
Whats the hell is happening with Carolyn?



Rusty Sabich:
Well, everything is in the works, I reassigned all of her cases, and this afternoon I gotta deal with all the stuff that Molto left us...



Raymond Horgan:
Wait, wait, wait, wait... whats all of this reassignment shit? Goddamnit Rusty, I told you to give this investigation top priority! For Christsakes, look, Nicco is eating me alive with thing, the election is in ten days. If you don't have Carolyn's killer for us in ten days we are both history. Goddamnit, turn over all of that administrative bullshit to Mac.



Rusty Sabich:
Mac's got more than she can handle already Raymond. Let me remind you we lost two key PA's in one day, and all you have time for is the damned election, I've gotta run the office!



Raymond Horgan:
FUCK the office! Don't you understand what is happening here? If you don't find me a killer there is no FUCKING OFFICE! Now you listen to me, I want you right on top of Carolyn's case you understand? I want you to run out every ground ball, and I want you to do it in an orderly GODDAMNED FASHION! Start acting like a fucking professional!

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April O'Neil:
[after the investigation of the street Tokka and Rahzar rampaged the night before] Were there any large tooth or claw marks found?



Chief Sterns:
How did you know that... I have no idea what you're talking about?

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Patrick Zevo:
Are you taking my duplication investigation seriously or are you disrespecting my duplication investigation?

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Sheriff Blaine:
I'll be heading the investigation into the Indian murder. And there's still some folks that think the only good Indian is a dead Indian.



John Garrett:
Fuck you, pencil-dick.

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Dave Kujan:
Of course, I can't prove this. But I can't prove the best part either... Dean Keaton was dead. Did you know that? He died in a fire two years ago during the investigation into the murder of a witness who was going to testify against him. Two people watched Dean Keaton walk into a warehouse he owned just before it blew up. They said he went in to check a leaking gas main. It blew up and took all of Dean Keaton with it. Within three months of the explosion, the two witnesses, they were dead. One killed himself in his car; the other fell down an open elevator shaft.

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Mary Astadourian:
What can I do for you?



Craig Willmore:
Agent Willmore, FBI.



Mary Astadourian:
FBI? What's your interest in this case?



Craig Willmore:
I'm investigating two missing Agents. My investigation lead me to this warehouse, where there was evidence of foul play, including the blood of one of our missing Agents. I spotted Wong and asked him a few questions. He lied to me, now he's dead. No evidence on if there's a connection but I'm sure there is one.



Mary Astadourian:
Wow. I'll buy that. This case just went from routine to fun. Thanks.



Craig Willmore:
Anytime.

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Jade:
Lemme just say, if he hadn't washed his hands this investigation would be over right here.

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Jade:
[leaning out the bathroom window, gasping for air] Let me just say, if he hadn't wash his hands this investigation would be over... Right here!

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John Harrison:
It is 25 years since I first had the honor to address this board, under the chairmanship of Dr. Edmund 'Alley. And since that time I've worked with only one ambition: to satisfy your requirements as laid down by Act of Parliament, for the discovery of longitude at sea. It is with both great pride and honor, and humility, that I stand here today with my son, after his great triumph.



Dr. Bliss:
Thank you, Mr. Harrison, yes, thank you. Now. I have asked you here to inform you of the resolution of the Board: that, firstly, the *brief* calculations of Mr. William Harrison are to be sent for computation; and the instruments used in those observations are also to be sent for examination. The board will then consider these reports at a further meeting, the date of which will be announced in due course. That will be all for now, gentlemen.



John Harrison:
Sir, I am an old man, and an old man can sometimes find his senses unexpectedly weakened. There is perhaps an element of your argument that I have misunderstood, or even misheard. My watch lost... lost *one minute, 53 and a half seconds* after *81 days at sea*! As witnessed and signed in the, in the papers you have before you, which you seem so keen to put away. I have fulfilled the terms most exactly, as laid down in the Act of Queen Anne, and I demand that you consider the question of my reward.



Dr. Bliss:
Mr. Harrison, I am not a commissioner of the gaming board, here to settle some bet! I am a scientist bent on investigation of a most serious subject.

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Captain Monica Stark:
Frankly, Dr. Edwards, in the past, I've had little use for you headshrinkers, inkblot tests, "I hate my mother" and all that crap. But with this case, I find myself at a loss. I understand you specialize in the treatment of homicidal maniacs.



Dr. Edwards:
Yes, well, I've never been involved in a criminal investigation.



Captain Monica Stark:
Hmm. Don't worry. You can leave the cops and robbers stuff to me. What I need from you is this: what kind of sicko am I looking for?



Dr. Edwards:
The perpetrator preys upon vulnerable unfortunates the killers deems somehow flawed.



Captain Monica Stark:
Give me a profile.



Dr. Edwards:
Let's say the assailant is highly sophisticated, yet childlike. Vulnerable but canny.


[a photo of Chicklet flies in Monica's head]



Dr. Edwards:
Capable of both tenderness and extreme brutality.


[then, a photo of Kanaka]



Dr. Edwards:
The murderer is highly intelligent, yet strangely out of touch with reality.


[then a photo of Mrs. Forrest]



Dr. Edwards:
Sexual, yet surprisingly innocent.


[then, a photo of Bettina Barnes]



Dr. Edwards:
This individual has an insatiable craving for normalcy, which will make your investigation all the more difficult.



Captain Monica Stark:
How so?



Dr. Edwards:
Because the killer will do everything in his power to pass as normal.


[finally, a question mark]



Dr. Edwards:
He or she could be anyone.

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The Terran Adjutant:
Your tenure as Colonial Magistrate is suspended, pending an official Investigation of your affiliation with the Sons of Korhal.

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Reporter:
Is it true that one member of the team is a bisexual witch?



Lawyer:
I cannot comment on that aspect of the investigation at this time.

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Himself - Host:
Now, you may have some questions concerning the validity and integrity of the organization. Well, no less than the Internal Revenue Service of the United States government conducted a review of Scientology. The most thorough investigation of any church in its history. Over a period of many years, they examined millions of pages of church documents, and financial records. They studied every aspect of the religion, and its corporate and ecclesiastical structure. And their findings? The IRS determined that Scientology *is* a bona fide religion. That the churches of Scientology, and their related social betterment organizations, operate *exclusively* for religious, charitable, and educational purposes. That they benefit the *public*, rather than the interests of private individuals. And that no part of their income goes to the benefit of any individual or noncharitable entity. It is likely that Scientology was scrutinized more deeply than any other church in history. And it passed that review with flying colors, gaining full religious and charitable recognition. In doing so, the IRS granted the church, and all its affiliated organizations, full tax exemption. In fact, you'll be happy to know, even your donations are tax deductible. Just like every religion. Now that you know the factual and legal standing of the church, you may well ask the question, "What are the advantages of Dianetics and Scientology for me?" So, let's ask some people.

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Colonel John R. Blade:
[Typing up a final report] Notes. HardCorps regulations demand I file a report. I find this difficult to imagine due to the unexplained outcome of events which occured on Elexis Sinclaire's island fortress. All of the U4 has been siezed, and SinTEK's key employees are in custody. Elexis's body was not recovered from the island and the evidence I found regarding SinTEK's quantum distablizing technology forces me to assume that Elexis Sinclaire, the self proclaimed Mother Nature, has simply vanished without a trace. Status: unsolved. Note. While the immediate threat to civilian life has been averted, and all parties involved are awaiting prosecution, I will still continue my investigation into Miss Sinclaire's dissapearance, some part of me won't let it go. I know she's alive, and when she resurfaces, I'll be there. Colonel J.R. Blade, HardCorps.

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Burt Gummer:
Excuse me, ladies, but I really don't think every tourist who comes to town is on a need-to-know basis.



Nancy Sterngood:
Well, why not? Thought you didn't like cover-ups, Burt.



Burt Gummer:
I don't.



Nancy Sterngood:
Well?



Burt Gummer:
Well, what?



Nancy Sterngood:
Well, either you believe in a free flow of information, or you don't.



Burt Gummer:
It's not that simple. My point is, we have to maintain at least some control over...



Nancy Sterngood:
...over who knows what. And who decides that, Burt? I mean, come on, it's the same as a cover-up.



Burt Gummer:
Disseminating information in a controlled manner to protect the integrity of an investigation is not a cover-up.



Nancy Sterngood:
Listen to yourself.



Burt Gummer:
I'd rather do that than listen to you.

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Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
All right, let's get down to business. Let's talk turkey. My investigation...


[He nearly bursts into laughter]



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
My investigation has turned up a lot of dirt. It could be really embarassing if this stuff got out. I'd like to save you from that embarassment.



Howard Hughes:
That's very kind of you, Owen.



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
My committee has the power to hold public hearings. I'd like to spare you from that.



Howard Hughes:
[smirks] Would you, now?


[Brewster abruptly drops his silverware]



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
Look, do you wanna go down in history as a war profiteer, Howard? Is that what you want?



Howard Hughes:
[gravely] What do you want, Owen?



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
You agree to support my C.A.B. bill, and I won't hold public hearings.



Howard Hughes:
I can't do that, Owen. Can't do that. The C.A.B. bill would kill TWA.



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
Sell T.W.A. to Pan Am. You'll get a good price. You'll get a fair price, I'm telling you.



Howard Hughes:
And then...? Then you won't go public?



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
Right. That's right. The investigation's closed. Nobody knows a thing. It's better for everybody.


[pause]



Howard Hughes:
You know, Owen, I'm still wondering one thing. The picture of the llama you got last year. Where'd you sail from?



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
[disinterested] We didn't sail. We flew.



Howard Hughes:
You flew?



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
Yeah.



Howard Hughes:
[leans in] Are you sure you want to do this, Owen? You want to go to war with me?



Sen. Ralph Owen Brewster:
It isn't me, Howard. It's the United States government. We just beat Germany and Japan. Who the hell are you?

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Juan Trippe:
[walks away from TV showing the Hughes investigation trial] Switch it off.



Pan-Am Employee:
The hearings aren't over yet.



Juan Trippe:
The hearings *are* over.


[Is looking at a map of the globe]



Juan Trippe:
The airline bill will be defeated in the senate. TWA will beging flights over New York to Paris, leaving over Moscow to Japan - to Hawaii - to Los Angelses - To New York.


[Realizes that Pan Am's monopoly is finished]



Juan Trippe:
Fuck.

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In the investigation of a neurotic style of life, we must always suspect an opponent, and note who suffers most because of the patient's condition. Usually this is a member of the family.More [07/12/2011 11:07:33]
We have no general conceptual thrust for the band, other than trying to make music that keeps our interest. When things are novel, they are probably things we have discovered by accident or investigation rather than by design.More [07/13/2011 03:07:14]
You must pursue this investigation of Watergate even if it leads to the president. I'm innocent. You've got to believe I'm innocent. If you don't, take my job.More [07/14/2011 06:07:44]
I would say in just about every investigation we have, there will be differences of opinion, where you have partial facts, as to what those facts mean.More [07/25/2011 05:07:48]
Study until twenty-five, investigation until forty, profession until sixty, at which age I would have him retired on a double allowance.More [07/25/2011 10:07:31]
The responsibility of a minister is to step aside when there is a criminal investigation of the department. That protects the propriety of Parliament and of responsible government.More [07/30/2011 01:07:11]
A new era in the physiological investigation of linguistic sounds was opened up by X-ray photography.More [08/07/2011 03:08:25]
With the question of the effect of a poem, the topic of investigation shifts from that of textual autonomy to textual reception - to the issue of what we actually look for or find in reading a poem.More [08/12/2011 06:08:52]
In the discovery of secret things and in the investigation of hidden causes, stronger reasons are obtained from sure experiments and demonstrated arguments than from probable conjectures and the opinions of philosophical speculators of the common sort.More [08/19/2011 03:08:55]
I have fully cooperated with the investigation and before the grand jury, and I'm quite confident at the end of the day that we'll know what facts are in this particular case.More [08/20/2011 12:08:21]
Our hearts and prayers go out to the people in London and in Egypt. We're very concerned about it. We are providing our expertise to aid in the investigation in London.More [08/20/2011 12:08:12]
This is a very highly charged investigation. People are very interested in this, and we've got a prosecutor, a very well respected prosecutor who's been looking at this issue, this investigation for a long time.More [08/20/2011 12:08:23]
It seems to me that at this time we need education in the obvious more than the investigation of the obscure.More [08/29/2011 04:08:53]
The facts are the vice president's company that he was CEO of, that did business with sworn enemies of the United States, paid millions of dollars in fines for providing false financial information, it's under investigation for bribing foreign officials.More [09/10/2011 02:09:36]

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