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There seems to be no stopping drug frenzy once it takes hold of a nation. What starts with an innocuous HUGS, NOT DRUGS bumper sticker soon leads to wild talk of shooting dealers and making urine tests a condition for employment -- anywhere.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is not much sense in suffering, since drugs can be given for pain, itching, and other discomforts. The belief has long died that suffering here on earth will be rewarded in heaven. Suffering has lost its meaning.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
To possess your soul in patience, with all the skin and some of the flesh burnt off your face and hands, is a job for a boy compared with the pains of a man who has lived pretty long in the exhilarating world that drugs or strong waters seem to create and is trying to live now in the first bald desolation created by knocking them off.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I tried to give up drugs by drinking.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Vanessa Kensington: Mr. Powers, my job is to acclimatize you to the nineties. You know, a lot's changed since 1967.
Austin Powers: No doubt, love, but as long as people are still having promiscuous sex with many anonymous partners without protection while at the same time experimenting with mind-expanding drugs in a consequence-free environment, I'll be sound as a pound!More [08/06/2005 12:08:00]
Questioner: I was just wondering if you could tell me, um, if you thought drugs and alcohol would make me a better writer.
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson: That's a good question. Let me see...
[the audience cheers as Thompson lights a joint. A few people throw joints onto the stage]
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson: In my case, you know, I hate to advocate drugs or liquor, violence, insanity to anyone. But in my case it's worked.More [01/23/2006 12:01:00]
The drugs had me on the hook. I mean to dehook myself.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
I want to say this: I don't do drugs. I've never done drugs in my life. I'm just not interested.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
I don't think I can be a spokesperson about the problems (concerning the pharmaceutical industry), but the key area of concern is accessibility of drugs, especially for malaria, HIV and tuberculosis. The drugs exist but are they getting to the people that need them?More [05/30/2006 12:05:00]
But you know what I'm trying to say, it's that there's a couple of really dangerous drugs out there and I've lost some friends to them.More [06/20/2006 12:06:00]
I got drunk for the first time at age 9. I used drugs for the first time in junior high. I started getting sober in 1983.More [06/26/2006 12:06:00]
But the fact is, nobody gets off drugs unless they really want to, and I really wanted to.More [07/02/2006 12:07:00]
I didn't have to bury myself in drugs and alcohol and all of that, and I think a lot of that had to do with my strong upbringing.More [07/13/2006 12:07:00]
I used crutches before I came to God's love, like dope, and men, and drugs and whatever it would I thought would give me peace.More [08/16/2006 12:08:00]
I would like to end world hunger and create world peace, stop corruption, stop drugs getting to kids.More [09/13/2006 12:09:00]
I couldn't tolerate the drugs and I couldn't tolerate the side effects. I tried Depakote again-on which, unfortunately, I experienced several side effects, nausea and depression.More [09/15/2006 12:09:00]
The truth about those car smashes is, stone cold sober, I'm simply the worst driver on the planet. I said to the medics after the last one, Please make sure the press know I'm not on drugs or alcohol! I'm just a terrible driver!More [09/15/2006 12:09:00]
So then, on top of that, we don't have any spiritual leaders. We don't trust religion. We don't trust politicians, and we're given drugs and sex and television to pacify us.More [11/05/2006 12:11:00]
As far as all the heavy drugs and all the things that go on in that lifestyle, it's all left our life.More [11/06/2006 12:11:00]
I've gone through those episodes. David's already done the drugs and stuff. I'm not super-excited about playing the bad boy.More [11/19/2006 12:11:00]
Cindy Campbell: Someone murdered my friends!
Cindy's Dad: Yeah! And the sick bastard planted drugs all over the house!More [02/22/2007 12:02:00]
Dr. Lillian Guzetti: Tommy, no one invents new drugs overnight, no one! You're not being rational. You can't fix everything!
Tom Verde: Don't tell me what I can and can't do.
Dr. Lillian Guzetti: Your wife needs you! Why are you here?
Tom Verde: Why the fuck do you think I'm here?More [03/12/2007 12:03:00]
William Shatner: (advising Trey on how TV cops taste drugs) You spear the knife into the bag... then pick some of the drugs up with the knife... then lightly press it on your tongue. And that is how TV cops taste drugs!
Detective Mitch Preston: What if its cyanide?More [03/18/2007 12:03:00]
Sonny Truelove: You wanna' know what this is all about? You can say this about drugs or guns or bad decisions, what ever you like. But this whole thing is about parenting. And taking care of your children.More [03/21/2007 12:03:00]
Mike Lowery: We got a tip that the Zopehounders were gonna do a hit on cash or drugs from this big time X-man.
Marcus Burnett: That's what they call an ecstasy dealer on the streets.
Capt. Howard: Marcus, I know what they call them. That's why I'm Captain.More [04/09/2007 12:04:00]
Kathryn: Introduce her to your world of sex, drugs and... what else do you do?More [04/18/2007 12:04:00]
Security Guard: [seeing the mess in the room] What the hell gets into you people?
Robert Boyd: [cheerfully] Drugs and alcohol.
Security Guard: [grins] Well, I got no problem with that.More [05/28/2007 12:05:00]
Raoul Duke: We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the drugs began to take hold. I remember saying something like:
Raoul Duke: I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive.
Raoul Duke: Suddenly, there was a terrible roar all around us, and the sky was full with what looked like huge bats, all swooping and screeching and diving around the car, and a voice was screaming:
Raoul Duke: Holy Jesus. What are these goddamn animals?
Raoul Duke: [Swatting the air] Huh! Huh! Huh! Fucking pigs.
Dr. Gonzo: Did you say something?
Raoul Duke: Hm? Never mind. It's your turn to drive.
Raoul Duke: No point in mentioning these bats, I thought. Poor bastard will see them soon enough.More [06/12/2007 12:06:00]
Raoul Duke: My attorney had never been able to accept the notation, often espoused by former drug abusers, that you can get a lot higher without drugs than with them, and neither have I for that matter.More [06/12/2007 12:06:00]
Mike: I didn't think drugs and alchohol were such a big deal they had to resort to neomcarthism to get rid of it.
Pink: I think they're just worried that some of us are having too good a time.More [08/21/2007 12:08:00]
Peter Swan: Do you mind, gentlemen? I happen to be at a funeral.
Harry Callahan: Like to talk to you about your list.
Peter Swan: It's no big secret. Most of the cast and crew knew about it. I didn't tell you because the dead pool is just a harmless game.
Harry Callahan: Sounds pretty sick to me.
Peter Swan: Let me tell you something, Callahan. People... people are fascinated with death and violence. That's why my films make money. They're an escape, a vicarious release of fear. Same thing with this game. Nobody takes my films *or* the dead pool seriously.
Harry Callahan: Well, someone gave Squares the drugs that killed him - maybe it was you.
Peter Swan: You can't tie me into Johnny's death just because of a coincidence. My assistant and my effects supervisor were playing the game too, why don't you talk to them?
Harry Callahan: Oh, we will - but nobody on their list is dead yet.
Peter Swan: Hey, look, Callahan, Johnny was a major drugs user, and I predicted he'd die this year, but that's all I did. Don't you get it? The whole idea is to pick celebrities who aren't going to make it, because they're old, or because they're sick or because they're in a high-risk profession.
Harry Callahan: Like police work?
Peter Swan: Nothing personal, love.
Harry Callahan: I don't like your list, Swan. I don't like being on it.
Peter Swan: Ah, that's, that's what this is really all about, isn't it? Well, if you got a charge to make...
Harry Callahan: Maybe I'll start my own dead pool, and put you on it.
Peter Swan: You threatening me?
Harry Callahan: You want to play the game, you'd better know the rules, love.More [08/22/2007 12:08:00]
Kids are going to try drugs and alcohol; that's part of society.More [10/17/2007 12:10:00]
Dr. Klein: Do you keep any drugs in your house?
Chris MacNeil: No, of course not, nothing like that.
Dr. Klein: Are you sure?
Chris MacNeil: Well, of course I'm sure. I'd tell you. Christ, I don't even smoke grass.More [10/22/2007 12:10:00]
Dietrich: No more drugs for that man.More [10/26/2007 12:10:00]
Nurse Harper: There's not enough drugs in this world.More [10/26/2007 12:10:00]
Reverend Shaw Moore: Even if this was not a law, which it is, I'm afraid I would have a lot of difficulty endorsing an enterprise which is as fraught with genuine peril as I believe this one to be. Besides the liquor and the drugs which always seem to accompany such an event the thing that distresses me even more, Ren, is the spiritual corruption that can be involved. These dances and this kind of music can be destructive, and, uh, Ren, I'm afraid you're going to find most of the people in our community are gonna agree with me on this.More [11/15/2007 12:11:00]
Wes: It seems that a lot of people are pointing the finger in your direction lately.
Ren: And what have they said?
Wes: What I have been telling you about the trouble and the drugs and it just seems like you've had a lot of problems since you moved. And I figured...
Ren: You figured "Where there's smoke there's fire" right?
Wes: Usually works like that. Now Ren, you know that I would never try to take the place of your father...
Ren: Yeah well there's no chance of that!
[Gets up and leaves the house]
Lulu: Ren!
Sarah: [Running over to the window] Uh oh he's taking the car.More [11/15/2007 12:11:00]
Jimmy 'Popeye' Doyle: [confiscating drugs in a bar] What is this, a fuckin' hospital here?More [11/28/2007 12:11:00]
Esteban: [getting arrested after the cops found drugs under his mattress] You think I'm stupid enough to have two kilos lying around the fuckin' house? I've been set up, man!More [11/30/2007 12:11:00]
Pastor Clever: [at Smokey] Excuse me brother, what we call drugs at the 74th Street Baptist Church we call the sin of sin sins.
Smokey: Well round here, between Normandie and Western, we call this here a little twenty twen twen...
Craig Jones: Right...
Smokey: Nigga...
Pastor Clever: Give me a little for my cataracts.
Smokey: You didn't put in on this man.More [11/30/2007 12:11:00]
Andrew Largeman: I was a little boy and somebody made a shitty latch. That's what I think. That's what I think about the whole thing, OK? And I'm not gonna take those drugs anymore, because they have left me completely fucking numb. I have felt so fucking numb to everything I have experienced in my life, OK? And for that... for that I'm here to forgive you. You've always said that all you wanted was for us to have whatever it is we wanted, right? Well, maybe, what Mom wanted more then anything is for it to all be over, and for me, what I want more then anything in the world, is for it to be OK with you for me to feel something again, even if it's pain.
Gideon Largeman: Well, you're going against your doctor's recommendation, that a pretty weighty experiment to take on, don't you think?
Andrew Largeman: This is my life, Dad, this is it. I spent 26 years waiting for something else to start, so, no, I don't think it's too much to take on, because it's everything there is. I see now it's all of it. You and I are gonna be OK, you know that, right? We may not be as happy as you always dreamed we would be, but for the first time let's just allow ourselves to be whatever it is we are and that will be better. OK? I think that will be better.More [12/08/2007 12:12:00]
Graduation Speaker: High school is like the training wheels for the bicycle of real life. It is a time for young people to explore different fields of interest and to hopefully learn from their experiences. In coming to terms with my own personal setback, I've learned that I don't need to rely on drugs and alcohol, and that I'm very lucky that more people besides myself and Carrie weren't injured in the accident. And I've learned that to overcome life's obstacles you need faith, hope and, above all, a sense of humor.More [12/18/2007 12:12:00]
Lisa: Razors pain you, rivers are damp, acid stains you, drugs cause cramps, gun aren't lawful, nooses give, gas smells awful, you might as well live.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
Jean-Pierre Sarti: I suppose what's wrong with me is my life. But I can't change it, or won't. So there's nothing you can do for me.
Louise Frederickson: What's wrong with your life?
Jean-Pierre Sarti: I've begun to see the absurdity of it. All of us, proving what? That we can go faster, and perhaps remain alive? Nino gambling his life for a trophy, then fills it with beer, and does tricks. Stoddard filling himself with drugs in order to drive, and still passing out with the pain. Don't you see how absurd it all is? Who cares?
Louise Frederickson: I thought you cared, for yourselves. I didn't know you asked of anyone else. Nevertheless, others do care. 100,000 of them cared today.
Jean-Pierre Sarti: And did you see them rush to see Peter burn? Did you see the looks on their faces? *I* saw. For the first time today I *really* saw those faces.
Louise Frederickson: But not all of them, Jean-Pierre. There are some who come for that, for the accidents and the fires. But the others... the others ride with you all. You put something in their lives they can't put there themselves.More [01/07/2008 12:01:00]
Grandma Lilly: I hate violence, but drugs ARE bad.More [01/07/2008 12:01:00]
Commander Hung: The Americans can't help but stick their noses in. Soon their world wide war against drugs will be completely compromised!More [01/21/2008 12:01:00]
Anchorman: In Rome today, the Pope issued a message of hope for believers in their fight against what he termed the godless and lost. He did not mention Simon Grimm by name, but offered a prayer for the young, whom he described as sadly in need of faith and not the illusion of conviction offered by rock music, drugs and contemporary poetry.More [03/08/2008 12:03:00]
Peter Banning: You're a... you're a complex Freudian hallucination having something to do with my mother and I don't know why you have wings, but you have very lovely legs and you're a very nice tiny person and what am I saying, I don't know who my mother was; I'm an orphan and I've never done drugs because I missed the sixties, I was an accountant.
Tinkerbell: Guess again.More [03/26/2008 12:03:00]
Danny Butterman: So what made you want to become a policeman?
Nicholas Angel: Officer.
Danny Butterman: What made you want to become a policeman officer?
Nicholas Angel: I can't remember a time when I didn't want to be a police officer, apart from the summer of 1979 when I wanted to be Kermit the frog. It all started with my Uncle Derek. He was a Sergeant in the Met. He bought me a police medal car when I was five. I rode around in it every second I was awake - arresting kids twice my size for things like littering and spitting. I got beaten up a lot when I was young, but it didn't stop me. I wanted to be like Uncle Derek.
Danny Butterman: He sounds like a good bloke.
Nicholas Angel: Actually he was arrested for selling drugs to students.
Danny Butterman: What a cunt.
Nicholas Angel: Probably bought the pedal car with the proceeds. Naturally, I never went near it again. I just left it there in the yard to gather rust. But I never lost the profound sense of right and wrong I felt behind the wheel of that pedal car. And I always wanted to be a police officer, from that moment on.
Danny Butterman: Oh. Shame really...
Nicholas Angel: How so?
Danny Butterman: I think you would have made a great Muppet...More [03/28/2008 12:03:00]
XXXX: Always remember that one day all this drug monkey business will be legal. They won't leave it to people like me... not when they finally figure out how much money is to be made - not millions, fucking billions. Recreational drugs PLC - giving the people what they want... Good times today, Stupor tomorrow. But this is now, so until prohibition ends make hay whilst the sun shines.More [07/11/2008 12:07:00]
Joe Clark: [at an assembly] I want all of you to take a good look at these people on the risers behind me. These people have been here roughly five years, and done absolutely nothing. These people are drug dealers and drug users. They have taken up space. They have disrupted this school. They have harassed your teachers. And they have intimidated you. Well, times are about to change. You will not be bothered in Joe Clark's school. These people are incorrigible. And since none of them could graduate anyway...
[to those onstage]
Joe Clark: ... you are all expurgated. You are dismissed! You are out of here, forever. I wish you well! Mr. Wright...
[after Security Dean William Wright and Eastside's new guards eject all the "problem" kids from school, Clark's audience in the decaying auditorium grows silent]
Joe Clark: Next time, it may be you. If you do no better than they did, next time it WILL be you. They said this school was dead, like the cemetery it's built on. But we call our Eastside teams "Ghosts", don't we? And what are ghosts? Ghosts are spirits that rise from the dead. I want you to be my ghosts. You are going to lead our resurrection, by defying the expectation that all of us are doomed to failure. My motto is simple: If you do not succeed in life, I don't want you to blame your parents. I don't want you to blame the White Man. I want you to blame yourselves. The responsibility is yours! In two weeks we have a practice exam, and on April 13th we have the Minimum Basic Skills Test itself. That's 110 school days from now. But it's not just about those test scores. If you do not have these basic skills, you will find yourselves locked out. Locked out of that American Dream that you see advertised on TV, and that they tell you is so easy to get. You are here for one reason. One reason only: To learn. To work for what you believe in. The alternative is to waste your time, to fall into the trap of crime and drugs and death. Does everybody understand that? Do all of you understand me? Then welcome to the new Eastside High.More [07/13/2008 12:07:00]
I used drugs as a social activity; a way to have fun with friends.More [12/02/2008 12:12:00]
The Invisible Man:
The drugs I took seemed to light up my brain!

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
The Invisible Man:
Just a scientific experiment. To do something no other man in the world had done. But there's more to it than that, Kemp. I know that now. It came to me suddenly. The drugs I took seem to light up my brain. Suddenly I realized the power I held, the power to rule, to make the world grovel at my feet.

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Sollozzo:
Bene. Don Corleone. I need a man who has powerful friends. I need a million dollars in cash. I need Don Corleone and all of those politicians that you carry around in your pocket like so many nickels and dimes.



Don Corleone:
What is the interest for my family?



Sollozzo:
Thirty percent. In the first year your end should be 3, 4 million dollars and then it would go up.



Don Corleone:
And what is the interest for the Tattalgia family?



Sollozzo:
[to Tom] My compliments. I'll take care of the Tattalgia's, out of my share.



Don Corleone:
So, I am to receive thirty percent for finance, for legal protection and politcal influence, is that what you're telling me?



Sollozzo:
That's right.



Don Corleone:
Why come to me? What have I done to deserve such generousity?



Sollozzo:
If you consider a million dollars in cash merely finance... te salud Don Corleone.



Don Corleone:
I said that I would see you because I had heard that you were a serious man. A man to be treated with respect but I must say no to you and I will give you my reasons. It's true, I have a lot of friends in politics. But they wouldn't be so friendly if they knew my business was drugs instead of gambling which they consider a harmless vice but drugs, that's a dirty business.



Sollozzo:
Don Corleone...



Don Corleone:
It doesn't make any difference to me what a man does for a living, you understand, it's just that your business is a little dangerous.



Sollozzo:
If you're worried about security for your million the Tattaglia's will guarantee it.



Sonny:
Oh, now, are you telling me that the Tattaglia's guarantee our investment without...



Don Corleone:
Wait a minute... I have a sentimental weakness for my children and I spoil them as you can see. They talk when they should listen. Anyway, Signor Sollozzo, my no to you is final. I want to congratulate you on your new business and I'm sure you'll do very well and good luck to you. Especially since your interests don't conflict with mine. Thank you.


[Sollozzo leaves]



Don Corleone:
Santino! Come here. What's the matter with you? I think your brain's going soft with all that comedy you're playing with that young girl. Never tell anyone outside the Family what you're thinking again! Go on.



Don Corleone:
[looking a the flowers being brought in] What is... what is this nonsense?



Tom Hagen:
They're from Johnny. He's starring in that new film.



Don Corleone:
Take it away.



Tom Hagen:
Put it over there.



Don Corleone:
Tell Luca Brazi to come in.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Florida Evans:
[Florida is shocked when she sees the young boy who delivers drugs to people, like J.J's girlfriend] But James, he's still a baby!



James:
Well, this ain't his talcum powder!

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Elaine Nardo:
Poor Emily. It's so sad that she mixed drugs and alcohol and spent the night with you... when most people only die.

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"Reverend" Jim Ignatowski:
Yeah, I did some drugs, though probably not as many as you think. How many drugs do you think I did?



Elaine Nardo:
A lot.



"Reverend" Jim Ignatowski:
Wow! Right on the nose!

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Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
Give it to me!



Olivia Cunningham Dyer:
Give you what?


[Abby pushes the cocaine on her nose and shoves it into her nostril]



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
Give me your car keys.



Olivia Cunningham Dyer:
I have to have a car to go to school.



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
I told you I would not allow you to use drugs, you're not going to school. Give me your house keys.



Olivia Cunningham Dyer:
What are you gonna do? Lock me out?



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
No, I'm not gonna lock you out. I'm gonna lock you in with me.



Brian Cunningham #2:
[on a different show, Abby chops down the bathroom door, to stop Olivia from snuffing cocaine] Mom!



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
Go to bed, Brian.



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
All right, give it to me.



Olivia Cunningham Dyer:
I don't have anything.



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
Give it to me!



Olivia Cunningham Dyer:
I don't have anything!



Brian Cunningham #2:
Stop it!



Abby Fairgate Cunningham Ewing Sumner:
Go to bed, Brian. Stay right there and don't you move. If you think hiding your drugs is gonna make any difference, Olivia, that you think I'm not gonna know.



Olivia Cunningham Dyer:
I wasn't do anything. I was just...


[Abby finds the bag in the toilet]

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Police Officer:
Be careful sir, you shouldn't mix drugs and alcohol.



George Webber:
[laughs] You could have fooled me.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]

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