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Every gun that is fired, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. The world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Both tears and sweat are salty, but they render a different result. Tears will get you sympathy; sweat will get you change.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The future can be anything we want it to be, providing we have the faith and that we realize that peace, no less than war, required blood and sweat and tears.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
One half the world must sweat and groan that the other half may dream.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The high sentiments always win in the end, the leaders who offer blood, toil, tears, and sweat always get more out of their followers than those who offer safety and a good time. When it comes to the pinch, human beings are heroic.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A pint of sweat will save a gallon of blood.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Culprit: [punches Murtaugh in the mouth] The shipment, Mr. Murtaugh.
Roger Murtaugh: [blood and sweat dripping] Go spit.More [03/01/2007 12:03:00]
Elizabeth Swann: You all listen to me! LISTEN! The other ships will still be looking to us, the Black Pearl to lead, and what will they see? Frightened bilgerats aboard a derelict ship? No, they will see free men and freedom! And the enemy will see the flash of our canons and they will hear the ringing of our swords and they will know what we can do! With the sweat of our brow and the strength of our backs and the courage in our hearts! Gentlemen, Hoist the Colours...More [05/31/2007 12:05:00]
The Cable Guy: Sounds like heart break to me.
Steven Kovacs: Well I really don't want to discuss it with you. Could you just install my cable please? I'm gonna go get dressed.
The Cable Guy: Suit yourself. No sweat off my sac. Oh by the way, you might wanna put on a bathing suit 'cause you'll be channel surfing in no time!More [07/04/2007 12:07:00]
Semmi: Now let's see if you can defend yourself, you sweat from a baboon's balls.More [07/26/2007 12:07:00]
Psmith is the only thing in my literary career which was handed to me on a plate with watercress round it, thus enabling me to avoid the blood, sweat and tears inseparable from an author’s life.More [08/21/2007 12:08:00]
Dick Tracy: No grief for Lips?
Breathless Mahoney: I'm wearing black underwear.
Dick Tracy: You know, it's legal for me to take you down to the station and sweat it out of you under the light.
Breathless Mahoney: I sweat a lot better in the dark.More [09/04/2007 12:09:00]
Sergeant Al Powell: [after the FBI cuts the power to the building] Well what are we gonna do now? Arrest them for not paying their electric bill?
FBI Agent Johnson: First we let 'em sweat for a while, then... we give 'em helicopters.
FBI Special Agent Johnson: Right up the ass.More [09/04/2007 12:09:00]
Mister Senor Love Daddy: We LOVE ROLL CALL, Y'ALL! Boogie Down Productions Rob Base Dana Dayne Marley Marle Ola Tunji Chuck D Ray Cahrles EP MD Eu Alberta Hunter Run DMC Stetsosonic Sugar Bear John Coltrane Big Daddy Kane Salt'n'Pepa Luther Vandross McKoy Tyner Bizmarkie New Edition Otis Redding Anita Baker Thelonius Monk Marcus Miller Branford Marsalis James Brown Wayne Shorter Tracey Chapman Miles Davis Force MD's Oliver Nelson Fred Wesley Macy O Janet Jackson Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington Jenny Jam Terry Lewis George Clinton Count Basie Em Tu May Stevie Wonder Bobby McFerrin Dexter Gordon Sam Cooke Paul McFunkadelic Al Jarreau Teddy Pendergrass Joe Williams Wynton Marsalis Phyllis Hyman Sade Sarah Vaughn Rolland Kirk Keith Sweat Cool Mo Dee Prince Ella Fitzgerald Diana Reeves Aretha Franklin Bob Marley Bessie Smith Whitney Houston Dionne Warwick Steel Pulse Little Richard Mahalia Jackson Jackie Wilson Connonball AND Nick Adderly Quincy Jones Marvin Gaye Charles Inglis AND Marion Williams We wanna thank you all for makin' our lives just a little brighter here on We Love Radio!"More [09/17/2007 12:09:00]
Kate Veatch: Are you reading the dictionary?
White Goodman: Oh, you caught me. I like to break a mental sweat too.More [09/17/2007 12:09:00]
Jack Baker: Listen to me, princess. We fucked twice. That's it. Once the sweat dries, you still don't know shit about me. Got it?
Susie Diamond: I know one thing. While Frank Baker was home putting his kids to sleep last night, little brother Jack was out dusting off his dreams for a few minutes. I was there. I saw it in your face. You're full of shit. You're a fake. Every time you walk into some shitty daiquiri hut, you're selling yourself on the cheap. Hey, I know all about that. I'd find myself at the end of the night with some creep and tell myself it didn't matter. And you kid yourself that you've got this empty place inside where you can put it all. But you do it long enough and all you are is empty.
Jack Baker: I didn't know whores were so philosophical.
Susie Diamond: At least my brother's not my pimp. You know, I had you pegged for a loser the first time I saw you, but I was wrong. You're worse. You're a coward.More [10/26/2007 12:10:00]
Now, in the middle of the night, you hear me wake up in this cold sweat going, ‘Bond, James Bond’More [11/25/2007 12:11:00]
Ivory Christian: What's wrong with y'all? Y'all are playin' like some little girls! Y'all act like you never played football before! These guys are nothin'! They bleed just like we do, and sweat just like we do. They went through two-a-days. We went through two-a-days in 110 degree heat. I want you to hit everything that move! If the ref gets in your way, you hit him! They're cheatin' us too! They're against us too. This is our team. This is us! Let's go right now! Let's get it off now and let's go!More [12/02/2007 12:12:00]
Clemenza: That's a lot of bad blood. Sollozzo. Phillip Tattaliglia. Bruno Tattaliglia.
Michael: You gonna kill all those guys?
Sonny: Hey, Mickey, stay out of this, alright?
Tom Hagen: Don't get personal. Keep it business. Sollozzo's the key. You get rid of him and everything falls into place. What about Luca. Sollozzo didn't seem to worried about Luca.
Sonny: Ah, if Luca sold out we're in trouble, I mean real trouble.
Tom Hagen: Anybody heard from Luca?
Clemenza: No, we been trying all night. He could be shacked up somewhere.
Tom Hagen: No, he never stays over with a broad he always goes home when he's finished.
Sonny: Hey, Mickey, do me a favor. Give Luca a call and keep trying him every 15 minutes until you get him. Well, Tom, your conisgliari, what happens if the old man dies? God forbid.
Tom Hagen: We lose the old man, we lose our political contacts and half our strength. The other New York families will do whatever it takes to avoid a long, distructive war. This is almost 1946. Nobody wants bloodshed. If the old man dies, you make the deal, Sonny.
Sonny: That's easy enough for you to say, Tom, he's not your father.
Tom Hagen: I'm as much a son to him as you or Mike.
Sonny: [responding to a knock on the door] What is it?
Clemenza: Hey, Paulie, I thought I told you to stay put.
Paulie Gatto: The guy at the gate says there's a package.
Sonny: Yeah? Hey Tessio, go see what it is.
Paulie Gatto: You want me to hang around?
Sonny: Yeah, hang around. You alright?
Paulie Gatto: Yeah, yeah.
[coughs]
Sonny: You hungry? There's a little food in the ice box.
Paulie Gatto: Nah. Nah.
Sonny: How about a drink. Some brandy it'll sweat it out of ya. Alright, Babe.
[after Paulie leaves to Clemenza]
Sonny: I want you to take care of that son of a bitch right away. Paulie sold out the old man, that stunz. I want you to make that first thing on your list, understand?
Clemenza: Understood.
Sonny: Listen, Mickey, tomorrow you get a couple of guys you go over to Luca's apartment. Hang around wait for him to show up.
Tom Hagen: Maybe we shouldn't get Mike mixed up in this too directly.More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Edward Garlick: From a Marine in Da Nang: "Captain Hauk sucks the sweat off of a dead man's balls." I have no idea what that means, sir, but it seems very negative to me.More [12/30/2007 12:12:00]
“It took a lot of blood, sweat and tears to get to where we are today, but we have just begun. Today we begin in earnest the work of making sure that the world we leave our children is just a little bit better than the one we inhabit today.”More [02/14/2008 12:02:00]
Ramona Calvert: You smell jus delicious, Justin, you wearin' cologne?
Justin Matisse: Naw, just sweat with a little paint thinner mixed in.More [03/26/2008 12:03:00]
Michelle Rodham Huddleston: Oh, Ramada, how could you have been so blind? You always too wrapped up in being Miss Perfect College to notice me. Why should you concern yourself with the feelings of one insignificant roommate? One fabulous day, one incredible experience.
Ramada Rodham Hayman: I had no idea it meant so much to you.
[Col. Walters looks extremely fascinated by the women's conversation]
Michelle Rodham Huddleston: I remember that day as if it were yesterday. The exhilaration of experimenting, sharing something so new, so dangerous, so intimate.
Col. Denton Walters: [in a deep voice to Ramada] Go on.
Ramada Rodham Hayman: And I'll never forget the look on your face. The way the sweat glistened on your hard body.
[Col. Walters starts to sweat]
Ramada Rodham Hayman: Then you tied my ankles. Tighter. Tighter.
[Col. Walters, still sweating, motions for more from Ramada]
Ramada Rodham Hayman: But it just wasn't right. It wasn't natural.
[Col. Walters is about to pass out from listening to Ramada]
Ramada Rodham Hayman: Bungee-jumping is just too dangerous a sport.
Col. Denton Walters: [surprised] Bungee-jumping? That's it?More [03/30/2008 12:03:00]
[Margaret prepares to inject a miniaturized Igoe into Jack]
Victor Scrimshaw: Now, wait a minute. What happens once Igoe's taken control of their pod?
Dr. Margaret Canker: Mr. Igoe will pilot the pod out through a tear duct or a sweat gland.
Victor Scrimshaw: Why chance that? Once he's gotten control of the pod and takes the chip, let's re-enlarge.
Dr. Margaret Canker: While it's still inside Mr. Putter?
Victor Scrimshaw: Why not?
Dr. Margaret Canker: Have you any idea what kind of mess that would make?More [04/17/2008 12:04:00]
Mae Mordabito: ...And what am I supposed to do, huh? Go back to taxi dancin'? Ten cents so some slob can sweat gin all over me? I'm never doin' that again! So you go back there! And you tell "Mr. Rich Old Chocolate Man" that he ain't closing ME down!More [07/13/2008 12:07:00]
Jackson: I hate it down here. I hate the air, I hate the food, I hate the plumbing. I ache all over. I sweat in the heat and I ache in the cold. And why can't we stay someplace decent?
O'Reilly: Budget doesn't cover that.
Jackson: Exactly. Why not?
O'Reilly: You know those mysterious ways you keep hearing about, Jackson? Well, this is one of them.More [07/21/2008 12:07:00]
Paul Crewe: Nate, if you're thinkin' about winning this game, you're as crazy as he is!
Nate Scarboro: Well maybe so, but you spend fourteen years in this tank, and you begin to understand that you've only got two things left they can't sweat out of you or beat out of you - your balls - and you better hang onto them because they're about the only thing you're gonna have when you get out of here.More [08/10/2008 12:08:00]
Paul Crewe: Nate, if you're thinking about winning this game, then you're as crazy as he is.
Nate Scarboro: Well, maybe so. But you spend fourteen years in this tank, you begin to understand that you've only got two thing left they can't sweat out of you or beat out of you. Your balls. And you better hang onto them, because they're about the only thing you're gonna have when you get out of here.More [08/10/2008 12:08:00]
Jimmy Porter: Hardly a moment when I'm not watching, wanting you. Nearly 2 years in the same room as you and I still can't stop my sweat breaking out when I see you do something as ordinary as cooking or leaning over the ironing board. Trouble is... you get used to people, even their trivialities become indispensable to you.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
Jimmy Porter: Remember that time we first met, grisly party. Didn't really notice me at all. I couldn't take my eyes off you all evening. You seemed to have such a wonderful relaxation of spirit. I knew that was what I wanted. Then after we were married I realised it wasn't relaxation after all. To relax you've got to sweat your guts out. You, you never had a hair out of place or a bead of sweat anywhere. I know I'm a lost caues but I thought if you loved me it didn't really matter.
Alison Porter: It does matter, I was wrong. I don't want to be neutral, I want to be a lost cause. Don't you understand - it's gone, that helpless human being inside my body. I thought it was so safe and secure in there but its gone. All I wanted was to die. I was in pain and all I could think about was you and what I'd lost.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
Knock, ein häusermakler:
It will cost you sweat and tears, and perhaps... a little blood.

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Julian Marsh:
Sawyer, you listen to me, and you listen hard. Two hundred people, two hundred jobs, two hundred thousand dollars, five weeks of grind and blood and sweat depend upon you. It's the lives of all these people who've worked with you. You've got to go on, and you've got to give and give and give. They've got to like you. Got to. Do you understand? You can't fall down. You can't because your future's in it, my future and everything all of us have is staked on you. All right, now I'm through, but you keep your feet on the ground and your head on those shoulders of yours and go out, and Sawyer, you're going out a youngster but you've got to come back a star!

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Little John:
You'll sweat the lard out of that fat carcass of yours before this day is over, my pudgy friend.



Friar Tuck:
And I hope some Norman sword whittles you down to size.

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Captain Warren 'Rip' Murdock:
Johnny, why don't you get rid of the grief you got for that blonde, whoever she is? Every mile we go, you sweat worse with the same pain. Didn't I tell you all females are the same with their faces washed?

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Captain Warren 'Rip' Murdock:
[to Johnny Drake] Every mile we go you sweat worse with some pain. Didn't I tell you all females are the same with their faces washed?

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Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Ted, I've just had news of a startling nature. George Woolf has signed to ride Heel Fly for the Circle F.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
No kidding?



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
We're in a pickle. And there's only one way out.


[looking pointedly at Ted]



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
That's a bad break. No, sir. Nothing doing. I'm going to be sitting up in the grand stand with my best girl by my side.



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Ted. Just a minute. Now, see here, lad. You brought this about. You'd no right to tell George you were definitely riding the Biscuit.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
Now, wait a minute ...



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Now, don't attempt to evade the situation. It rests squarely on your strong, young shoulders. Would you let Mr. Howard down? And through Mr. Howard me, your uncle-to-be? And through me, Margaret, the girl you love?



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
Look who's talking. Who got me to give up riding? Who talked about food until I was starving to death?



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Aw, food is for pigs.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
Who practically forced me to take the job of assistant trainer?



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
It was an old man talking to you, boy. An old man with the blood dried in his veins. You should never listen to such nonsense.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
I don't know. No that I think about it, I kind of like the idea of sitting in the grandstand.



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Oh, the saints preserve us! Did I ever think I'd see a young jock with the hot blood in him ready to swap a seat on a horse for one on the grandstand?



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
You can talk all you want. It won't do any good. I gave Margaret my promise.



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Ah, yes, but was your heart in your promise? Do you really want to see some other jockey on the Biscuit in the handicap? Are you the sort of boy that any old fool like meself can talk out of the greatest thrill in the world, winning the Santa Anita? What's sitting in the grandstands compared to checking your horse at the starting gate? And the gate sprung, and you're off. You feel Seabiscuit running swift and sure ...



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
Cut it out. You know I'd give my right eye to be up there.



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
You shouldn't have interrupted. I had the race all but won for you.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
But I won't be winning it. When Margaret comes back she expects to find me a trainer. And that's just what I'm gonna be.



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Ted, a word to the wise. The O'Hara women are not inclined to favor men they can dominate. I recall sadly the case of my great Aunt Sheila, rest her soul. A beauty if ever there was one, and every young man for miles around showed he's willing to be a slave. She went to the grave an old maid. She didn't want slaves. She wanted to be one. Now, Margaret is much like Sheila.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
Well, I'll write to Margaret, and if she says ...



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
No, no, no. Let me do the telling. When she sees you again, she'll melt in your arms, loving you the more because you're a headstrong young bucko with a will of your own. No, let me do the telling. She's and O'Hara, and the O'Hara's understand each other and stick to each other through thick and thin.



Ted Knowles, Jockey:
Okay, Shawn. You've got yourself a boy. Providing you square it with the future Mrs. Knowles.



Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer:
Right. Now get in the hot box and sweat off that steak and chocolate layer cake. Quickly now, or do I have to take the whip to you!

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Sam Leeds:
Some men are makers. They got to sweat for what they want. I'm a taker. I got to be one.



Sally:
You could be good and honest.



Sam Leeds:
I saw my father work his heart out on a lathe in Bridgeport. He died young and he died broke. He was an honest man. I never want to be one.

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Sgt. O'Hara:
There's enough sweat in the South Pacific to float a battleship.

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Brick Pollitt:
I'm ashamed, Big Daddy. That's why I'm a drunk. When I'm drunk, I can stand myself.



Harvey 'Big Daddy' Pollitt:
But it's always there in the mornin', ain't it? The truth and it's here right now!


[They run outside into the rain]



Harvey 'Big Daddy' Pollitt:
You're just feeling sorry for yourself; that's all it is! Self-pity!


[Inside the carport]



Harvey 'Big Daddy' Pollitt:
You didn't kill Skipper. He killed himself. You and Skipper and millions like you are living in a kids' world. Playing games, touchdowns, no worries, no responsibilities. Life ain't no damn football game. Life ain't just a buncha high spots.


[He grabs Brick]



Harvey 'Big Daddy' Pollitt:
You're a thirty-year-old kid. Soon you'll be a fifty-year-old kid. Pretendin' you're hearin' cheers when there ain't any. Dreamin' and drinkin' your life away. Heroes in the real world live twenty-four hours a day, not just two hours in a game. Mendacity! You won't...


[winces in obvious pain]



Harvey 'Big Daddy' Pollitt:
You won't live with mendacity? Well, you're an expert at it! The truth is pain and sweat and payin' bills and makin' love to a woman that you don't love any more. Truth is dreams that don't come true, and nobody prints your name in the paper 'til you die.

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Pat Garrett:
You see I work up a sweat - to mind my own business.

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Waters:
The natural rhythm of the British worker is neither natural, rhythmic, or much to do with work.



Major Hitchcock:
We've got chaps here who could break out in a muck sweat simply by standing still.

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Adelaide Geary:
I wouldn't give him my sweat if he was dying of thirst.

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T. Lawrence Shannon:
[talking to Maxine] I wonder how long it takes to sweat the faculty of a Baptist Female College out of a bus that's parked in the sun when it's a 100 degrees in the shade.

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Laurel Scott:
[sighs] Things haven't been going so good for us the pst couple of months, have they?



Frankie Fane:
What you mean is, I'm not workin', so I'm a creep!



Laurel Scott:
You could get a job, Frankie. It wouldn't kill you.



Frankie Fane:
[grabs Laurel] Tell me all about it. You twitch your hips and you think that's ten years on the road guy. Well, nobody ever gave me a dime that I didn't have to sweat for! So knock off with this lazy slob routine!



Laurel Scott:
You hurt me, Frankie!



Frankie Fane:
Send me a bill.

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Jason Meredith:
You know, it takes money, capital, brains and sweat to raise cattle, but any idiot with a two-bit dog and a Winchester can raise sheep.

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Hogan:
[after killing Sara's rapists and she asks him to bury them] Sister, I don't mind shootin' em' for ya, but I'll be damned if I'm gonna sweat over 'em for ya.

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John O'Hanlan:
I don't like to say this about my own brother, but he just never was what you'd call an outstanding citizen. The truth is, he, well, he wasn't worth the sweat on a waterbag.

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Michael O'Toole:
I have, in my time, visited three political conventions, four sessions of congress, and two homes for the criminally insane. I have known army generals, steam doctors, vegetarians, prohibitionists, and a female suffragette. But never, even in an Orangeman's Day parade, have I seen such pure and stainless brainlessness as I now behold in you. The Almighty, in His infinite wisdom and mercy, has given the worm enough sense to turn with, and the barnacle can grasp whatever happens to be standing by. But you are equipped with a mental capacity smaller than you were born with. Here we are, benighted in the middle of a nowhere named Molly-Be-Damn - a dreary little rookery, Timothy, a squalid sty, a festering pustule on the face of the western slope. Bless the town and bless the people! Look at them - the rabble of this cantankerous community! Knaves and fools, louts and lardheads, the least of all God's creatures, without enough push to pick the fleas off each other, abiding in putrefaction and inertia, curled up comfy in it like hogs in a mud hole! And while I, of all people, fret and sweat for a way to pull these Simple Simons out of the bog, you stand around making flatulent noises for the titillation of the vulgar mob. And while he's bubbling himself, what are you doing, you pusillanimous pack of popcorn pickers? You clattered clutch of clucks? The town dilapidating around you, coasting downhill in a handcart to Hell while you stand about gaping for flies and going patty-cake with your hands!



Mayor:
There now! Now just one minute you!



Michael O'Toole:
All right, all right, all right! Fine! Keep it, and treasure it the way it is! For when all this trash has collapsed into one pile, and the howling wilderness has claimed its own again, I want you hicks to be happy, belching and spitting, laughing and singing, swinging from tree to tree, with your friend Soapy Sam here, the Uriah Heep of the hookworm belt, standing around below waiting to steal anything that falls to the ground. If a nut should drop and fall - leave it lying there. It's probably my little brother Timothy.



Sheriff:
Is that all?


[O'Toole throws up his hands]



Sheriff:
[Crowd applauds]



Sheriff:
By acclamation - the winner of the cussin' contest - Michael O'Toole!

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Peregrine Devlin:
You did kill Larding and the others didn't you?



Edward Lionheart:
How many actors have you destroyed as you destroyed me? How many talented lives have you cut down with your glib attacks? What do you know of the blood, sweat and toil of a theatrical production? Of the dedication of the men and the women in the noblest profession of them all? How could you know you talentless fools who spew vitriol on the creative efforts of others because because you lack the ability to create yourselves! No Devlin, no! I did not kill Larding and the others. PUNISHED them my dear boy, punished them. Just as you shall have to be punished.



Peregrine Devlin:
Well get it over with then, just so you don't have to make me listen to that demented rubbish of yours. Go on, kill me then!

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Nellie Oleson:
Half the time, you don't even SMELL like a girl! You're either sweaty, or you stink of fish!



Laura:
Well... I sweat a lot and I fish a lot!

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Black Belt Jones:
I'm gonna make you sweat one way... and then the other.

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Frank:
A weakling weighing 98 pounds, Will get sand in his face when kicked to the ground. And soon in the gym, with a determined chin. The sweat from his pores as he works for his cause. Will make him glisten and gleam. And with massage and just a little bit of steeeeeam... He'll be pink and quite clean. He'll be a strong man... Oh honey, but the wrong man.

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Doc Morrissey:
Do you find you can't finish the crossword like you used to, nasty taste in the mouth in the mornings, can't stop thinking about sex, can't start doing anything about sex, wake up with a sweat in the mornings, keep falling asleep during '"Play For Today"?



Reginald Perrin:
That's extraordinary, Doc! That's exactly how I've been feeling.



Doc Morrissey:
So have I. I wonder what it is? Take two aspirins.

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Betty DeBoop:
Hello, Fred, I was hoping you'd drop by.



Lou Peckinpaugh:
The name is Lou, and we've never met.



Betty DeBoop:
Let's not get in a sweat about details. - Aren't you going to light my fire?



Lou Peckinpaugh:
Certainly.


[He lights her cigarette]



Lou Peckinpaugh:
I was just looking over your kindling wood.



Betty DeBoop:
If you're not busy, Fred, I get off at two. Don't you think two's a good time to get off on?

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Control:
And now there's a Witchcraft committee! The Minister's in the chair, Alleline's vice-chairman. Merlin's become an industry, it's THE industry and I'm not employed!



George Smiley:
You won't even read Alleline's reports.



Control:
I haven't time! Buying their way in with counterfeit money, tell them that. Tell them anything, I need time! There are three of them, and Alleline. Sweat them, George, bully them, any damn thing, give them whatever they eat, I need time!

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Paulie:
[leaving the police station] You wann hear I owe ya? You I owe nothin'!



Rocky Balboa:
No you don't owe me nothin'.



Paulie:
So, what do you want I should do? My sister ain't here?



Rocky Balboa:
She's home.



Paulie:
You know, me and her used to be tight before you come in. I raise her she don't come down.



Rocky Balboa:
She don't know about this.



Paulie:
You can just up and go to hell, you know that?



Rocky Balboa:
Hey, watch your mouth, Paulie.



Paulie:
What? You gonna whack me? I don't sweat you. I don't sweat you!



Rocky Balboa:
Come on, Paulie, why don't you screw your head on right.



Paulie:
My head? You're freakin' head's the one's on wrong.



Rocky Balboa:
Me? What'd I do?



Paulie:
You? Nothin'! You get your face all fixed up. Handsome. Nice clothes. What'd you do for Paulie, anything? This! You give me a lousy, stinkin' ex-lax watch. There!


[throws his watch on the ground]



Rocky Balboa:
[going to pick up watch] Hey, Paulie, come on.



Paulie:
[kicks watch away] No, no, no leave it down there! It never kept good time anyway. You know, you forget when you were a punk and those guys used to laugh at you because you were so jive? Who used to whack them bums out, huh?



Rocky Balboa:
They laughed at both of us.



Paulie:
Nobody laughed at me. Who was it got you your first woman, huh? Me! Paulie! I was responsible!



Rocky Balboa:
She was pregnant.



Paulie:
So what, you wasn't no prize either. You know I give you, I give you. You buy a new house, right? You move Mick in with you, right? Did you ask me? Is there somethin' the matter with me? I got feelings you, know.


[points to his heart]



Paulie:
This ain't cardboard.



Rocky Balboa:
Hey, everybody's got 'em, Paulie.



Paulie:
To hell with everybody.



Rocky Balboa:
No, maybe it's to hell with you.



Paulie:
I don't think I want to listen to this crap.



Rocky Balboa:
Come on, you act like everybody owes you a livin'.



Paulie:
Shut your mouth.

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Sheriff Hardy Collier:
Sheriff Potts paid me a visit this morning.



John Wallace:
Yeah? Wha'd he want?



Sheriff Hardy Collier:
What he wants is the man who killed Wilson Turner.



John Wallace:
Is that what's go you so bothered?



Sheriff Hardy Collier:
Real bothered!



John Wallace:
Well, Turner was nothing but thieving, weasely, white trash. What kinda man gonna go breakin' a sweat over the likes of him?


[chuckles to himself]



Sheriff Hardy Collier:
Lamar Potts.



John Wallace:
The man was insolent ... stole from me. I let him get away and every dirt farmer I got's gonna wanna start helping himself to my possessions. I had to kill Turner, it was business, Potts oughta understand that.



Sheriff Hardy Collier:
Don't see things that way, John. Now if you don't walk right, Potts'll come atcha, and he keeps coming ... hey, you member the field hand that killed his wife and chopper her legs off? Now, Potts tracked him all the way to Kansas and yanked him outta a wheat field!



John Wallace:
That was a nigger!



Sheriff Hardy Collier:
It don't make no difference to him, John!



John Wallace:
I don't believe you know who you're talking to! This is the Kingdom, this is Merryweather! Nobody round here gonna say a word against me!



Sheriff Hardy Collier:
Except you didn't kill him in Merryweather! You killed him across the line, where there's Coweta wittnesses and a sheriff that won't quit. Now, I'm tellin' ya John ... if Potts can find a nigger in Kansas, he can sure find white trash in a swamp! Now, I don't know ... and I ... I don't wanna know where you dumped the body, but wherever it is ... better be hid good.

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[Trying to pass himself off as Italian]



Ray Hughes:
Hey, whaddya expect? I'm a paisan'! What do you want me to do, cook you up a pot of RagĂą? You want me to sweat garlic for you? Huh? Sing an opera? Lose a war?

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[Watching Aaron's flop sweat attack]



News Producer:
This is more than Nixon ever sweated.

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Sgt. Slaughter:
I've been expecting you. My name is Sgt Slaughter. Special drill instructor for G.I. Joe.



Lt. Falcon:
That's terrific Sarge but, I'm tryin to cut back on the chicken sweat just now, so if you don't mind...



Sgt. Slaughter:
You're going nowhere space case. You're here because you're an industrial strenth foul up. My job is to whip you into shape and I mean WHIP! There's only two ways out of my command on your feet like a man or in a ditty bag, an itty bitty bag. You got it?



Lt. Falcon:
Yes sir!



Sgt. Slaughter:
That's better. Now straighten up and meet the Renegades. They're not real dependable now but when I get through with them what are you going to be?



Mercer, Taurus, Red Dog:
Perfect!



Sgt. Slaughter:
That's right. Perfect. Meet Mercer an ex-Cobra Viper who's seen the light. Red Dog. Booted out of pro football for unnecessary roughness. And Taurus a circus acrobat with a few loose bats.



Lt. Falcon:
Uh hi guys.

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