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A rich man without charity is a rogue; and perhaps it would be no difficult matter to prove that he is also a fool.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The living need charity more than the dead.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Charity But how shall we expect charity towards others, when we are uncharitable to ourselves? Charity begins at home, is the voice of the world; yet is every man his greatest enemy, and, as it were, his own executioner.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The highest exercise of charity is charity towards the uncharitable.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Did universal charity prevail, earth would be a heaven, and hell a fable.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Where there is charity and wisdom, there is neither fear nor ignorance. Where there is patience and humility, there is neither anger nor vexation. Where there is poverty and joy, there is neither greed nor avarice. Where there is peace and meditation, there is neither anxiety nor doubt.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There are nine requisites for contented living: HEALTH enough to make work a pleasure; WEALTH enough to support your needs; STRENGTH enough to battle with difficulties and forsake them; GRACE enough to confess your sins and overcome them; PATIENCE enough to toil until some good is accomplished; CHARITY enough to see some good in your neighbor; LOVE enough to move you to be useful and helpful to others; FAITH enough to make real the things of God; HOPE enough to remove all anxious fears concerning the future.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The charity that is a trifle to us can be precious to others.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The charity that hastens to proclaim its good deeds, ceases to be charity, and is only pride and ostentation.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I think patriotism is like charity -- it begins at home.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us finish the work ;we are in.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
As each Sister is to become a Co-Worker of Christ in the slums, each ought to understand what God and the Missionaries of Charity expect from her. Let Christ radiate and live his life in her and through her in the slums. Let the poor, seeing her, be drawn to Christ and invite him to enter their homes and their lives. Let the sick and suffering find in her a real angel of comfort and consolation. Let the little ones of the streets cling to her because she reminds them of him, the friend of the little ones.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Success is like war and like charity in religion, it covers a multitude of sins.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Almsgiving tends to perpetuate poverty; aid does away with it once and for all. Almsgiving leaves a man just where he was before. Aid restores him to society as an individual worthy of all respect and not as a man with a grievance. Almsgiving is the generosity of the rich; social aid levels up social inequalities. Charity separates the rich from the poor; aid raises the needy and sets him on the same level with the rich.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A strong argument for the religion of Christ is this -- that offences against Charity are about the only ones which men on their death-beds can be made -- not to understand -- but to feel -- as crime.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Flatter not thyself in thy faith in God if thou hast not charity for thy neighbor.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Go to friends for advice, woman for love, strangers for charity and relatives for nothing.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Jules: The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who would attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee.More [07/14/2005 12:07:00]
Jules: Wanna know what I'm buyin' Ringo?
Pumpkin: What?
Jules: Your life. I'm givin' you that money so I don't hafta kill your ass. You read the Bible?
Pumpkin: Not regularly.
Jules: There's a passage I got memorized. Ezekiel 25:17. The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness. For he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know I am the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon you. I been sayin' that shit for years. And if you ever heard it, it meant your ass. I never really questioned what it meant. I thought it was just a cold-blooded thing to say to a motherfucker before you popped a cap in his ass. But I saw some shit this mornin' made me think twice. Now I'm thinkin': it could mean you're the evil man. And I'm the righteous man. And Mr. 9mm here, he's the shepherd protecting my righteous ass in the valley of darkness. Or it could be you're the righteous man and I'm the shepherd and it's the world that's evil and selfish. I'd like that. But that shit ain't the truth. The truth is you're the weak. And I'm the tyranny of evil men. But I'm tryin', Ringo. I'm tryin' real hard to be a shepherd.More [07/14/2005 12:07:00]
I have a lot of charity work I'm into right now, and selling my Chakalates - supporting that whole effort.More [03/22/2006 12:03:00]
Since bidding for my jewel-encrusted bra in the eBay charity auction has exceeded our original expectations, I'm concerned that some of you may be confusing this bra for something that it's not.More [03/22/2006 12:03:00]
It is better for me to serve a charity as an actor or a voice, rather than at a luncheon being just a celebrity.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
“Having a corporate sponsor for their New Year's Eve party is a preliminary conversation. This is a very premature E-mail that went out. Will and Jada were just looking for some way to have an over-the-top party that benefited their charity . This is how parties get thrown every single day.”More [06/20/2006 12:06:00]
I am very driven. I work really hard, whether it's acting or my charity or even poker. When I focus on something I give it my all.More [09/21/2006 12:09:00]
Most of the charity work that I have done has been very hands-on on a personal level.More [10/26/2006 12:10:00]
Buck: You know there's uh, one family charity case who loves you very much.
Tia: [crying] I'm sorry.
Buck: Hey, come on. Nothing to be sorry about. I'm just glad I got a chance to know you again.More [06/14/2007 12:06:00]
Sasha: Look we don't need your charity or anything.More [06/19/2007 12:06:00]
In the Christian obsessed with ’social justice’ it isn’t easy to discern whether charity is flourishing or faith is expiring.More [07/01/2007 12:07:00]
Marv: He made us hide out in the store so we could steal all the kiddies' charity money.
Harry: [Kicks Marv] Shut up, Marv! You got the right to remain silent, you know.
Marv: He's a little cranky. We just broke out of prison a few days ago.
Harry: [Kicks Marv again] Shut up, Marv! Geez.
Policeman: Get'em outta here.
Marv: Remember, if this makes the papers, we're no longer the Wet Bandits, we're the Sticky Bandits!
Harry: [Kicks Marv again] Shut up!
Marv: That's S...
Harry: [Kicks Marv again] Shut up!
Marv: ...T...
[Gets kicked again]
Marv: Ummm...
Harry: I.
Marv: ...I...More [03/22/2008 12:03:00]
We have tried you citizens; we are trying you now, and you have a couple of dollars for the sorrowing mothers, brothers and sisters by way of a charity gift.More [03/23/2008 12:03:00]
Robber D: [Spike pulls a gun after being warned to drop the weapon, waving a gun in an old lady's face] Don't you get it? I'm gonna SPLATTER GRANDMA!
Spike: Well, that's a real shame. But, we're not cops and we're not from some charity organization. Sorry lady, we don't protect or serve. This is strictly business.
Robber D: What?
Spike: Guess you'll just have to chalk it up to bad luck.
Robber D: [growls] Cowboy scumbag!More [05/23/2008 12:05:00]
Corliss Archer: [When Dexter refuses to buy a guest towel from Corliss at a charity bazaar] You claim to love me so much, and then when it comes to putting up a measly dollar for a guest towel, you're not interested.
Dexter Franklin: Well, gee whiz.
Corliss Archer: Oh, it's all right, Dexter. Forget it. And when it comes to taking me out to the movies tonight, I'm not interested.
Dexter Franklin: [reluctantly] Okay, give me a towel.
Corliss Archer: [glancing in Dexter's wallet] Dexter, you've got a five dollar bill in there!
Dexter Franklin: Yeah, it's gonna stay there.
Corliss Archer: Oh, Dexter, you wouldn't want Mildred to sell more than me, would you? Come on, be a sport. It's for the USO!
Dexter Franklin: Okay, give me five.
Corliss Archer: Oh, Dexter! You're really very sweet.
[kisses him]
Dexter Franklin: Wow! Holy cow!More [06/06/2008 12:06:00]
Harvey never had an original idea or thought in his life. I was out wandering around the country doing charity benefits, mainly, when I asked him to come along.More [08/17/2008 12:08:00]
[McCue is questioning a woman via the telephone]



'Mac' McCue:
Is it true that you took the part of Lady Godiva for charity seven years ago? Hello? She cut off!



Jimmy Murphy:
What? Her hair? Tell her I'll be right over.

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Grandpa Martin Vanderhof:
Lincoln said, "With malice toward none, with charity to all." Nowadays they say, "Think the way I do or I'll bomb the daylights outta you."

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[first lines]



Jane Eyre:
[narrating] My name is Jane Eyre... I was born in 1820, a harsh time of change in England. Money and position seemed all that mattered. Charity was a cold and disagreeable word. Religion too often wore a mask of bigotry and cruelty. There was no proper place for the poor or the unfortunate. I had no father or mother, brother or sister. As a child I lived with my aunt, Mrs. Reed of Gateshead Hall. I do not remember that she ever spoke one kind word to me.

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Matthew Barnes:
Charity case. Nothing but charity cases. Who is gonna pay for this funeral?



John Banner:
You'll find $300 in his vest pocket. You take out for his funeral and send the rest to his nearest relative.



Matthew Barnes:
Nearest relative, huh?


[To corpse]



Matthew Barnes:
Nephew, you just found yourself an uncle.

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Irene:
Oh, my mother is famous for her scavenger hunts. She has one every year at her charity ball. Then we give all the money to charity. That is, if there's any left only there never is and now you know the whole setup.

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Dee Dee:
I have just one question. Did you kiss him because he's lovable, or because he's the only man on the beach?



Julie:
Because he looked hungry. His last meal obviously didn't satisfy him.



Dee Dee:
Oh, it's a good thing you happended along. I'm sure you could cater supper to an entire army.



Frankie:
Now that's in bad taste.



Julie:
Oh, no. One man at a time. I like to be a devoted chef.



Dee Dee:
But right now you're serving a lot of free meals. Sort of a one-woman bread line.



Frankie:
Ooo, that's smart!



Julie:
[getting angry] I can afford it!



Dee Dee:
Then he must be of your charity cases!



Frankie:
Hold on, the football here would like to say something.



Dee Dee:
Well, I'm not through!



Frankie:
Figures!



Dee Dee:
[to Julie] As the man said, this is a public beach and we're supposed to keep it clean.



Frankie:
Now that's really in bad taste!



Julie:
[to Dee Dee] Then perhaps, you better leave.



Frankie:
Very good!



Dee Dee:
[to Julie] I plan to!



Frankie:
No, wait. Don't quit now, Dee Dee. I think your ahead.



Dee Dee:
Okay, how's this for a closer?


[slaps him]

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Brady:
Yeah, at least I don't go kissing up to people and thinking I am God's gift to this family and world. I don't pretend I'm perfect Belle. Going around bragging about Charity soft ball games and good grades.



Belle:
Yeah, well, at least I'm not a loser.



Brady:
Your a phony.



Belle:
Your a dooface.



Brady:
Airhead.



Belle:
Jerk.



Brady:
Sell-out!.



Belle:
FREAK!

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Kiril Lakota:
We are bound to charity first.

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[hologram plays in background while THX looks for LUH]



Hologram:
Combined with economic advantages of the mating structure, it far surpasses any disadvantages in increased perversions. A final tran - An infinite translated mathematics of tolerance and charity among artificial memory devices is ultimately binary. Stimulating rhetoric...



THX 1138:
LUH?



Hologram:
...absolute. The theater of noise is proof of our potential. The circulation of autotypes. The golden talisman underfoot is phenomenon approaching. And, in the history of now, all ethos are designed.

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Vladimir Lenin:
[depressed] In the last ten years I've spent... three months in Russia. I'm out of fashion. No one's wearing me this year, hmmm? I talk and no one listens, and I write and no one reads. Think what we'll be like in 10 or 15 years. Emigres go off their heads in the end, you know.



Mme. Krupskaya:
No!



Vladimir Lenin:
Mad old cranks with no money, no country, always worrying about the laundry, complaining when the mail's late, being ill in charity hospitals, and buried with paupers.

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Father Mulcahy:
Winchester, you are a dirty stinker!



Charles:
Put that ba... What?



B.J.:
Don't listen to him, Charles. Nobody takes the word of a priest.



Father Mulcahy:
I've been doing a little investigating and I've discovered that this belongs to you!


[gives collection ledger back to Charles]



Charles:
Ah, the charity ledger. Well, it did belong to me, Father, but it's long since passed from my hands.



Father Mulcahy:
Well, it's back! Major, it is a very low and unscrupulous person who abdicates the opportunity to do good work for his fellow man. Tell me, are you such a person?



Charles:
Certainly not. Every Christmas I give $2 to the postman.



Father Mulcahy:
My, my, you certainly give till it hurts.



Hawkeye:
Well, what do you expect, Father? He's the kind of person who would give a drowning man a glass of water.



Father Mulcahy:
All right then, Winchester, this is what it comes down to: this job has been passed on to me, and I'm not going to do it. So when General Crenshaw gets this empty ledger back, he's not going to feel so charitable. Not to mention Colonel Potter. And the man they are going to hang is the man whose name is on the assignment sheet. And guess who that is? You'll be busted so low you'll be saying, "Yes, sir," to Klinger!


[storms out]



Charles:
[forlorn] Gentlemen... Have you ever considered that there are people less fortunate than yourselves? People who need your financial assistance? People... such as me?



Hawkeye:
Shh!

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Treville:
Your father says that you carry his old sword, M. D'Artagnan.



D'Artagnan:
Yes.



Treville:
[Clears his throat and extends his hand. D'Artagnan produces the sword, which has been broken off quite short] Oh. Do me the honor of taking one on loan until yours grows longer.



D'Artagnan:
Sir, I ask charity of no one.



Treville:
Then you aren't likely to get it, are you, young man?


[Softens tone]



Treville:
No, not charity. Love and courtesy for the son of an old friend, to keep his enemies an inch or two further off.

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[Rocky and Gazzo steps out of the car for a talk]



Gazzo:
[upset] How come you didn't break this guy's thumb like I told ya?



Rocky:
Well, how did you know I didn't...



Gazzo:
You don't think I hear things? Did I give you a job this morning or I didn't, huh?



Rocky:
Yeah.



Gazzo:
So why didn't you break his thumb like I told ya? When you don't do what I tell you to, you make me look bad, Rock.



Rocky:
[trying to come up with an excuse] I figured - Look, I figured if I break the guy's thumb, he gets laid off, right? Then he can't make...



Gazzo:
[cuts Rocky off] Yeah, well don't figure - Let me do the figurin', okay, Rock? From here on in, just let me do the figurin', you know? These guys think we're runnin' some kind of charity or somethin'. That they can get off light. From here on in, do what I tell you to do, because it's bad for my reputation, you understand? You got - you got it, Rock?



Rocky:
I got it.


[Gazzo walks back towards the car]



Rocky:
Hey, how do you spell "Del Rio"?



Gazzo:
[angrly] Open a dictionary, Rock!

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[Paulie overhears Rocky and now he's angry and hurt]



Paulie:
I don't want nothin' from you. I don't want nothin' from you. This ain't no charity case. Get outta my house.



Adrian:
It's not just your house.



Paulie:
[to Rocky] You ain't no friend no more. Get outta my house, I just says.



Adrian:
Don't talk to him like that.



Paulie:
Both of you get out of my house.



Rocky:
Yo... It's cold outside, Paulie.


[drops his hat; getting angrier, Paulie grabs his bat]



Paulie:
I don't want you messin' her, and I don't raise you to go with this scum bum! Yeah? Come on! You wanna hit on me? Come on! I'll break both your arms so they don't work for ya!


[Paulie smashed a lamp, then a dinner tray; Adrian screams]



Paulie:
[Screaming] That's right! I'm not good enough to meet with Gazzo...


[spits]



Paulie:
- that's what I think of Gazzo! Now your a big-shot fighter on your way up, you don't even throw a crumb to your friend Paulie! When I go out and get your meat every morning! You forgot that! Then I even give you my sister, too!



Adrian:
Only a pig would say that!



Paulie:
I'm a pig? A pig gives you the best?



Paulie:
[Smashes a coffee set] You're such a loser! I don't get married because of you! You can't live by yourself! I put you two together! And you - don't you forget it! You owe me! You owe me!



Adrian:
[Freaks out] WHAT DO I OWE YOU?



Paulie:
[cries] You're supposed to be good to me.



Adrian:
WHAT DO I OWE YOU, PAULIE? WHAT DO I OWE YOU? I treat you good! I cook for you! I cleaned for you! I pick up your dirty clothes! I take care of ya, Paulie! I don't owe you nothin'! And you made me feel like a loser! I'M NOT A LOSER!

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Albert:
[quoting Abraham Lincoln] You know what he said, "With malice toward none and charity to all."



Louise:
And the last thing he said was "Look honey, I've got these two great seats for the theater tonight."



Albert:
Jesus, why did I have to bring up Lincoln?

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Andy Renko:
[in Reindeer costume, as a charity benefit leads to a chase] Oh my Gawd! Here it is Christmas Eve, and I'm gonna get shot dead in a moose suit!

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[a special, surprise gathering is being held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; A high school band finished playing "Gonna Fly Now"; citizens applauses]



Mayor:
Thank you. Thank you, One and all. Every once in a while a person comes along who defies the odds, who defies logic, and fulfills an incredible dream. On behalf of all the citizens of Philadelphia, and the many who have been touched by your accomplishments and your untiring participation in this city's many charity functions, it is with tremendous honor that we present this memorial which will stand always as a celebration to the indomitable spirit of Man. Philadelphia salutes its favorite son, Rocky Balboa!


[Fans cheer and applause; unveils the bronze statue of The Italian Stallion, Rocky Balboa; cheering grows louder]



Adrian:
It's beautiful.



Mickey:
Definitely a thing of beauty.


[Fans cheering "Rocky"]



Rocky Balboa:
Thank you.


[clear throat]



Rocky Balboa:
Thank you very much. I don't know. Wh-What do ya say to something like this? About three years ago... this city... really took me inside, you know? And I want to thank you very much for that. I really do. And I've been thinking that, uh, I wasn't gonna bring this up, but I might as well now. I would never do anything to hurt this sport that has been so really good to me. And I've been talking it over with my wife... and my manager... We think that...


[Confused]



Rocky Balboa:
It's really hard to say this. I feel like, well... I thinking maybe it's time that I should, uh, step down maybe and... retire.

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Rocky Balboa:
[getting his picture taken with Thunderlips] Boy, sometimes charity really hurts!

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Sweeney Todd:
[singing] Have charity towards the world, my pet.



Nellie Lovett:
[singing] Yes, yes, I know, my love.



Sweeney Todd:
[singing] We'll take the customers that we can get.



Nellie Lovett:
[singing] High-born and and low, my love.



Sweeney Todd:
[singing] We'll not discriminate great from small. No, we'll serve anyone...



Sweeney Todd, Nellie Lovett:
[singing together] - meaning anyone, and to anyone, at all!

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Snider:
[after Dorothy strips on the bed] So you're gonna do me a big favor, huh? Ok, that's me - a charity case.

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Mr. Levitt:
[a man in a Santa Claus suit walks into a convenient store] And a "Ho Ho Ho", I don't get enough of this shit on the radio, it has to come into my store now, ha hah ha.



Killer Santa:
What's the matter, you don't like Santa Claus?



Mr. Levitt:
Well, it's good for business, bad for my stomach. It's a lot of phony sentiment, you know what I am saying. What charity are you with?



Mr. Levitt:
[Killer Santa pulles out a gun] What are you doing that for?



Killer Santa:
I'm holding you up,asshole, put the money in the bag.



Mr. Levitt:
So it's not about phony sentiment, lot of it is genuine greed.


[Mr. Levitt grabs his gun]



Mr. Levitt:
ALL RIGHT YOU!


[Killer Santa shoots Mr. Levitt in the gut, Mr. Levitt,wounded,tries to shoot the robber.Killer Santa shoots him in the stomach and then the head]



Killer Santa:
[Killer Santa walks out of the store, sees how much money he has, he says] "31 bucks, Merry Fucking Christmas!"

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Rupert Horn:
[speaking to Monty in his recorded will] Brewster? Greetings from the grave! Don't look so surprised. Did you know your great-grandfather was a honky? My old man married twice. One wife, white, produced me. One wife, black, produced your grandmother. Checkered family you might say. I've outlived them all Brewster, except you. They tell me you're my only living relative and I have to say, I'm disappointed. Look at you! what have you made of yourself? A failed baseball pitcher. I believe in being honest, Brewster. No bullshit. I'm stuck with you. But... we're gonna have some fun...


[starts laughing only to be overtaken by terrible coughing for a moment before calming down]



Rupert Horn:
Let me tell ya a little story, Brewster. When I was seven years old, my daddy caught me smoking a cigar. Locked me in a broom closet for two days and two nights with nothing more than a box of cigars and a book of matches. No food, Brewster. No water, just those god damn cigars. Wouldn't let me out till I finished every last one of them. Taught me one HELL of a lesson! I'm gonna do to you what my daddy did to me. I'm gonna teach you to HATE spending money. I'm gonna make you so sick of spending money that the mere sight of it will make you wanna throw up!


[pause]



Rupert Horn:
So, here's my proposition: you have thirty days in which to spend thirty million bucks. If you can do it, you get three hundred million!



Monty Brewster:
[more to himself] There's gotta be a catch.



Rupert Horn:
Of course there's a catch! You have to spend the thirty million, but after thirty days you're not allowed to own any assets. No houses, no cars, no jewelry. Nothing but the clothes on your back! Now, you can hire anybody you want, but you have to get value for their services. You can donate five percent to charity and you can gamble another five percent away, but you can't give this money away, and that includes buying the Hope Diamond for some bimbo as a birthday present.


[pauses for a beat]



Rupert Horn:
oh, I know what you're thinking, you'll buy yourself a dozen Picassos and use them for firewood, right?



Monty Brewster:
[nods his head somewhat, still stunned]



Rupert Horn:
Wrong! You must not destroy what is inherently valuable, that's instant disqualification. Oh, I almost forgot. You're not allowed to tell anybody WHY you have to spend this money.



Monty Brewster:
But why can't I tell my friends?



Rupert Horn:
Because I don't want anybody helping out! Nobody helped me out in that closet with those cigars! I never had any friends. So, Brewster what do you think? You got the balls for it?


[pause]



Rupert Horn:
I doubt it. That's why I put a special wimp clause in my will. You can have a million dollars right now and forget the whole thing. Or you can go for the big one, Brewster. The three hundred million. But if you fail, you don't get didley!

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Steve Boyer:
You could start out as a cashier... and then work your way up to becoming a manager of one of these places - just like your dad.



Ron Kovic:
I get $1700 a month from the government. I think I'm just going to lay low, and look around...



Steve Boyer:
(dismissively) That's charity money, Ronnie; this isn't.



Ron Kovic:
Charity?



Steve Boyer:
All I'm saying is that you got to - you got to put the war behind you, you know; you got to forget about this chair you're in!



Ron Kovic:
(leans forward) Sometimes, Stevie, I think people, they know you're back from Vietnam, and their face - changes: the eyes, the voice, the way they look at you, you know.



Steve Boyer:
I know what you mean, Ronnie, but people here - they don't give a shit about the war! Yeah! To them it's just a million miles away. It's all bullshit, anyway. I mean, the government sold us a bill of goods and we bought it, and got the shit kicked out of us, and for what, huh?



Ron Kovic:
What do you mean, "we," Stevie? You were in college, man.



Steve Boyer:
[shrugs shoulders] You bought that Communist bullshit, Ronnie. Yeah, they were going to take over the world, you remember that? Fenelli, you, Walsh - the whole town was devastated.


[pause]



Steve Boyer:
For what? For lies, for bullshit lies?

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Helen Hendrix:
[at the charity reception] Go circulate! Get money for music!



Dr. Joan:
Married women circulate - single women mingle.

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Morticia:
Children, what are you doing?



Wednesday:
I'm going to electrocute him.



Morticia:
But we're late for the charity auction.



Wednesday:
But, Mother...



Morticia:
I said no.



Pugsley:
Pleeaaaase?



Morticia:
Oh, all right.

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Victor Martin:
Looks like a healthy bunch.



Sheila Martin:
Yes it should be a good weekend.



Victor Martin:
Too bad we have to visit the Augs tonight. I'd much rather stay here and enjoy our new guests.



Sheila Martin:
Now Victor, we can't forget about the poor Augers.



Victor Martin:
You and your charity work is beginning to get a bit much too much.

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Father Time:
And now Charity Bazaar for Histeria's words of wisdom.



Charity Bazaar:
You can lead a horse to water but its tough to get those swim fins on his hoofs. Thank you.

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