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A daydream is a meal at which images are eaten. Some of us are gourmets, some gourmands, and a good many take their images precooked out of a can and swallow them down whole, absent-mindedly and with little relish.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Slavery is no more sinful, by the Christian code, than it is sinful to wear a whole coat, while another is in tatters, to eat a better meal than a neighbor, or otherwise to enjoy ease and plenty, while our fellow creatures are suffering and in want.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
One meal a day is enough for a lion, and it ought to be for a man.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It is the mark of a mean, vulgar and ignoble spirit to dwell on the thought of food before meal times or worse to dwell on it afterwards, to discuss it and wallow in the remembered pleasures of every mouthful. Those whose minds dwell before dinner on the spit, and after on the dishes, are fit only to be scullions.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No one is going to turn down a good meal because he does not understand the digestive mechanism.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A good meal ought to begin with hunger.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Tyler Durden: Tomorrow will be the most beautiful day of Raymond K. Hessle's life. His breakfast will taste better than any meal you and I have ever had.More [09/09/2005 12:09:00]
It may be my rather puritanical upbringing at odds with my inborn laziness that makes me feel guilty at the end of the day, unless I am able to point at some achievement. But this need be no more impressive than cooking a meal or going for a long walk.More [05/11/2006 12:05:00]
Dr. Ben Sobel: I thought you might appreciate a nice home-cooked meal after being in prison for so long.
Paul Vitti: Yeah, that's what I've been jerking off to for the last 850 nights in a row, a fuckin' home-cooked meal. "Oh, tuna casserole!"More [03/06/2007 12:03:00]
J.M. Barrie: Listen, what would you think of loaning Emma out to the Davies' for the occasional evening? They don't actually have a cook.
Mary Ansell Barrie: I take it Mrs. Davies enjoyed the meal she had here?
J.M. Barrie: I imagine she could use an extra hand now and again, that's all.
Mary Ansell Barrie: Oh, that's very charitable of you. Perhaps we can send over some of the silver as well... and what about linen? I wouldn't be surprised if some of hers was looking a bit shabby.
J.M. Barrie: Please, Mary, stop.
Mary Ansell Barrie: Maybe she can send over some of the things we've run short on. My husband, for example. We rarely see him in this house.
J.M. Barrie: That hasn't seemed to bother you for some time now.More [04/10/2007 12:04:00]
[re: the meal on his plate]
Delatombe: Exactly what am I enduring here? Can someone tell me who gave birth to this?
Serving Wench: It's Bavarian blood sausage, with sauerkraut! I gutted the pig myself.
Delatombe: I bet you did.More [04/16/2007 12:04:00]
Lt. Fergus Falls: Alright listen up, people. Our man will be on foot and running. A man that's tired, a man that's possibly hurt will have a stride of 4 ft, 2 and 3/4 inches while wearing boxer shorts. Four feet even, with the restrictions of a brief. Which means he will cover four miles in one hour. He's got an hour and 3/4 start on us. He'll take to the nearest highway. He'll commandeer a car or hop on a truck.
[Ryan is in a garbage can for hiding on the back of a truck]
Lt. Fergus Falls: Now, the average elevation in this area is 2,057 feet 2 and ¼ inches, with one exception. He will take any chances, do anything to stay a free man. Climb, hike, rappel. Hell, even fall down a damn mountain.
[Ryan falls down the steepest hill in the whole wide world inside the garbage can]
Lt. Fergus Falls: It's a wilderness out there so this citified sophisticate better watch himself. He's in the heart of bear country.
[Ryan bumps heads with a bear]
Lt. Fergus Falls: This fiddle player will be hungry, famished, starved. His last meal was twelve hours ago.
[an eagle feeds Ryan in his nest]
Lt. Fergus Falls: This boy's on the run. He'll head for the city, a large city. He'll try to lose himself in a crowd.
[Ryan is at the Million Man March]
Lt. Fergus Falls: And wherever he goes, he will feel hundreds of eyes are staring his way. No matter what he does, no matter where he goes, he will feel hunted. And my friends, you are looking at the hunter! Bagley!
Sgt. Tina Bagley: Sir!
Lt. Fergus Falls: I want roadblocks around a 10-mile radius. Set up communications with all law enforcement. That's state, county, city! Get me Governor Carlson. I may need the National Guard.
[Waitress walks by]
Lt. Fergus Falls: Diet coke, no ice. Alright, people. I want Harrison caught in 4 hours and 28 minutes. That will make it exactly high noon. Now let's move it!More [05/20/2007 12:05:00]
Mayor John Pappas: Enough about me, enough about me. What are you going to do tonight, after I'm gone?
Kevin Calhoun: Me?
Mayor John Pappas: Yeah.
Kevin Calhoun: I don't know, I hadn't thought about it.
Mayor John Pappas: Well, you're going to get yourself a good meal. You're going to pass up that double cheeseburger from Roy Rogers, wherever it is you go; you're going go to Dominic's, and you're going to get takeout. On me. Get a decent meal there. But before you go to Dominic's, I want you to go to Macy's and get a chair. With legs, and arms. That apartment of yours looks like something that belongs in a homeless file. Oh, then it's off to Crate and Barrel for a knife, a fork, a spoon... oh, and a glass, while you're at it.
Kevin Calhoun: Then I'll have to get a dishwasher.
Mayor John Pappas: You don't have to wash them, just throw 'em out after you finish eating. It's on me. Get a life!
Kevin Calhoun: I've got yours; it's quite enough.More [07/22/2007 12:07:00]
[Bond tastes the Mouton Rothschild wine served]
James Bond: The wine is quite excellent. Although for such a grand meal I would have expected a claret.
Mr. Wint: But of course. Unfortunately our cellar is poorly stocked with clarets.
James Bond: Mouton Rothschild IS a claret. And, I've smelled that aftershave before, and both times - I've smelled a rat.More [08/27/2007 12:08:00]
Richard Thornburg: No you did not explain anything to me. All you did was shove me back here in this cattle car.
Stewardess: Sir, you were told when you boarded we were overbooked.
Richard Thornburg: Fine. Done. I accept that. But why in hell can't I get the first class meal my network paid for. Do you know who I am?
Stewardess: Yes. We've all seen your program. Your episode "Flying Junkyards" was a very objective look at air traffic safety.More [09/04/2007 12:09:00]
The first meal was an object lesson of much variety. My father produced several kinds of food, ready to eat, without any cooking, from little tin cans that had printing all over them.More [12/27/2007 12:12:00]
[Ed dumped Trilampathol into the meat supply, causing Mondo Burger to be destroyed]
Ed: I thought that if I took the can, there was a good chance that I'd get caught, but even if I did get the Trilampathol to the proper authorities, Kurt would hire some powerful attornies who would dispute any charges brought against him or Mondo Burger by manipulating the legal system and the way America's court system is congested these days, it would take months to convict him or anything so I thought I'd take matters into my own hands and dump the Trilampathol into the meal supply, making Mondo Burger a victim of its own foul play.
Dexter: You thought all that?
Ed: Yeah. I'm not stupid.More [12/30/2007 12:12:00]
Sota Higurashi: [about the meal Kagome has planned for her friends] Those look terrific, sis.
Kagome Higurashi: Hmm! None for you!
Sota Higurashi: [Upset] Don't be so stingy!More [04/21/2008 12:04:00]
Aunt Josephine: The children are going to serve puttanesca.
Count Olaf: [gasps] The very meal I ate before they took me leg!More [07/15/2008 12:07:00]
Ben: If you're scared of me, mister, why don't you just come right out and say so?
Will Varner: Sir, why should I be scared of you?
Ben: 'Cause I got a reputation for being a dangerous man.
Will Varner: You're a young dangerous man. I'm an old one. I guess you don't know who I am. I better introduce myself. I'm the big landowner, chief moneylender in these parts. I'm commissioner of elections, veterinarian, own a store and a cotton gin and a grist mill and a blacksmith shop... and it's considered unlucky for a man to do his trading or gin his cotton or grind his meal or shoe his stock anywhere else. Now that's who I am.
Ben: You talk a lot.
Will Varner: Well, yes I do, sir. I'm done talking to you, except for passing you on this piece of information. I built me a new jail in my courthouse this year, and if during the course of your stay, something, anything at all should just happen to catch fire, I think you ought to know that in my jail, we never heard of the words habeas corpus. You rot.More [08/10/2008 12:08:00]
Cliff Lewis: It's not the same, is it?
Jimmy Porter: Of course not, it's never the same you idiot. Today's meal is always different from yesterday's, the last woman is always different from the one before.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
Oliver:
We're not going to the mess hall. We're not going to eat.



Prison Guard:
You're not going to eat?



Stanley:
No, we're on a hunger strike.



Oliver:
Imfatically.



Prison Guard:
What? You're going to pass up that nice, big roast turkey with chestnut dressing, and sweet potatoes Southern style, great big pans of hot biscuits, strawberry shortcake smothered in whipped cream, sprinkled with powdered sugar, with a nice, big maraschino cherry on the top of it. Course, followed by a nice, big slice of ice cold watermelon and a big, black cigar.



Stanley:
Any nuts?



Prison Guard:
All you can eat of 'em.



Stanley:
How about postponing the strike until tomorrow?



Oliver:
Well... But not one minute after tomorrow.



Prison Guard:
Come on, fall in!



Stanley:
[later; Stan sees their meal of gruel] Hey! What about that turkey dinner?



Prison Guard:
[shouts] Sit down, you!

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Fiorello:
Ricardo, how do you feel?



Ricardo:
After a meal like that great. I could sing my head off. Cosi-Cosa. It's a wonderful word tra-la-la-la.

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Lady Octavia Warrenton:
Colonel Campbell has just been begging me to find him a wife. Now what particular quality do you most admire in a woman?



Col. Campbell:
The quality of silence!



Lady Octavia Warrenton:
Now, Colonel, you're flattering me just as dear Lord Melbourne did once when we sat next to each other at an intolerable meal call banquet. "Lady Warrenton," he said, "you have the power to drive men mad."



Col. Campbell:
[Laconically] I can believe that!

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Crystal Allen:
Say, listen, I've worked too hard to land this meal ticket to make any false moves now.

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George Bailey:
[George is having his last meal at home before leaving on his cruise. His father is distraught over his leaving] Pop, I think you're a great guy.



George Bailey:
[thinking Annie is eavesdropping] Did you hear that, Annie?



Annie:
I heard it... 'bout time one of you lunkheads said it!

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Henri:
Marriage is like a dull meal with the dessert at the beginning. I have it on the very highest authority.

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[after the meal that the Starretts share with Shane]



Shane:
That was an elegant dinner, Mrs. Starrett.

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[first lines]



Sinuhe:
[Older Sinuhe voiceover] I, Sinuhe the Egyptian, write this. In my place of exile on the shores of the Red Sea. There is no more desolate spot on earth. Soon the jackals and the vultures will make a poor meal of what is left of me. No monument will mark my resting place. I will leave only this, the story of my life. I have lived fully and deeply. I have tasted passion, crime and even murder. It is for you to judge me. You must weigh the good against the evil, the passion against the tenderness, the crime against the charity, the pleasure against the pain. I began life as I am ending it, alone. I rode alone on the bosom of the Nile in a boat of reeds dawbed with pitch and tied with fowler's knots. Thus the city of Thebes was accustomed to dispose of its unwanted children. I grew up on the waterfront of the city in the house of my foster parents who had saved me from the river. My foster father lived there by choice because he was also, by choice, physician to the poor of the city. From the rich he could have commanded princely fees, for he alone, in Thebes, was master of the ancient art of opening skulls. From the beginning I kept to myself. I used to wander alone on the banks of the Nile. Until the day came when I was ready to enter the School of Life. In the School of Life were trained the chosen young men of Egypt. The future scientists, philosophers, statesmen and generals. All the learning of Egypt lay in the keeping of the gods. For ten years I served them in the school that I might earn the right to call myself a physician. I learned to bend my body to them, but that was all. My mind still asked a question. Why?

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Richard Sherman:
Miss, may I have the check, please?



Waitress at Vegetarian Restaurant:
Oh, yes, sir. Now let's see... we had the number seven special, a soybean hamburger with french-fried soybeans... Soybean sherbet and peppermint tea.



Richard Sherman:
Don't forget I had a cocktail to start.



Waitress at Vegetarian Restaurant:
Oh yes, we had the sauerkraut juice on the rocks, didn't we? You will be proud to know that your entire meal with the cocktail was only 260 calories.



Richard Sherman:
I am proud.

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Sergeant George Lake:
Are you looking for a medal?



Jim Slater:
No, I got one.



Sergeant George Lake:
I bet you would have traded it for a meal after the surrender.



Jim Slater:
How'd you guess?



Sergeant George Lake:
Oh, I fought against you rebels... all guts and no sense.

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Mrs. Iselin:
[at meal time] I'm sorry, hon'. Would it really make it easier for you if we settled on just one number?



Sen. John Yerkes Iselin:
Yeah. Just one, real, simple number that'd be easy for me to remember.


[Mrs. Iselin watches her husband thump a bottle of Heinz Tomato Ketchup onto his plate]



Sen. John Yerkes Iselin:
[addressing the Senate] There are exactly 57 card-carrying members of the Communist Party in the Department of Defense at this time!

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Miwa the Rebel Leader:
[Sinbad is cornered by the Miwa and her rebels] In order to pay for the meal you just ate, I brought along a reception committee.

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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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Fat Blue:
[angrily] Do you think you can bring me a meal *without* dropping it on the floor?



Grover:
Where there is life, there is hope.

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Italo Bombolini:
It's nice to have a hot meal before you die.



Rosa Bombolini:
You aren't going to die.



Italo Bombolini:
I'm the mayor, no? The Germans come. I greet them. They threaten me! I spit in their face! They put a pistol to my head and blow out my brains!



Rosa Bombolini:
Why would they put a pistol to your head? The whole world knows Bombolini's brains are in his ass.

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Jason McCullough:
Why do these jaspers always have to hit town at meal time?



Prudy:
You gonna kill another man?



Jason McCullough:
Well, I'm sure we all hope it turns out that way.

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The Narrator:
Food on a chain gang is scarce and not very nourishing. The men get one hot meal a day: a bowl of steam.

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Harold:
I keep my grass in the medicine cabinet in the Band Aid box. Somebody told me it's the safest place. If the cops arrive, you can always lock yourself in the bathroom and flush it down the john.



Hank:
Very cagey.



Harold:
Makes more sense to where I was keeping it: in the oregano jar in the spice rack. I kept forgetting it and accidentally turning my hateful mother on with a salad. But I think she liked it. No matter what meal she comes over for, even if it was breakfast, she says


[in his mother's voice]



Harold:
"Let's have a salad!"

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Sir William Mannering-Brown:
I'm a sick man.



Wendy:
You're not dying?


[presses his face to her bosom]



Sir William Mannering-Brown:
Oh, I need some mountain air.



Wendy:
Aah!



Sir William Mannering-Brown:
I thought I'd, eh nose around the Himalayas.



Barry Ovis:
[Barry burst in through the door] Hurry up! Please don't make a meal of it.

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Sergeant:
Imagine your loved ones conquered by Napoleon and forced to live under French rule. Do you want them to eat that rich food and those heavy sauces?



Soldiers:
No...!



Sergeant:
Do you want them to have soufflé every meal and croissant?

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The President:
[while eating a meal of feces] Carlo, do this.


[the President sticks two fingers in his mouth]



The President:
Say, "I cannot eat rice with my fingers like this."



Male Victim:
[with fingers in mouth] I cannot eat rice with my fingers like this.



The President:
Then why don't you eat shit?

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[first lines]



Eden:
Don't you agree that the most important part of the meal is the wine? Everything must follow the wine. And in this case, I should favor a Red Bordeaux.



Sir Joseph:
A Red Bordeaux at lunch? Your late husband would never have approved.

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[Josey and Lone Watie are relaxing after Moonlight has cooked for them]



Lone Watie:
That meal was damn good. I'm gonna take up teepee livin' if it's like this. You know she thinks I'm some kind of a Cherokee chief.



Josey Wales:
I wonder where she ever got that idea.

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Hallie Martin:
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.



Sonny Steele:
I know. I'm the one who said it.

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Shad:
[after Gelt dies] Prepare a meal



unknown (extra):
A meal, sir?



Shad:
Full course. Bury it with him.



unknown (extra):
Bury it?



Shad:
That was our arrangement. A meal and a place to hide.

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[first lines]



Announcer:
Yes, folks... Moderna Designs present the latest in kitchen luxury. The Moderna Wonder Major All Automatic Convenience Center-ette gives you all the time in the world to do the things you really want to do... An infrared freezer-oven complex that can make you a meal from packet to plate in 15 1/2 seconds.



Kevin's Mother:
Morrisons have got one that can do that in eight seconds.



Kevin's Father:
Oh?



Kevin's Mother:
Block of ice to Beef Bourguignon in eight seconds. Lucky things.



Kevin:
Dad, did you know that the ancient Greek warriors had to learn 44 different ways of unarmed combat?



Kevin's Father:
[Ignoring Kevin] Well, at least we've got a two speed hedge cutter.

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Toddy:
You know it's very strange. At the club I thought you were just about at the end of your rope.



Victoria:
Oh, I was. I am! This is the first decent meal I've had in almost four days.



Toddy:
And you can't pay for it?



Victoria:
Caseé!



Toddy:
[chuckling] And you want me to have dinner with you?



Victoria:
I want you to have the best damn dinner you ever had. Have two! I started off with the roast chicken and I segued to boeuf bourguignon, it's anybody's guess what I could end up with.



Toddy:
Oh, I'd guess about thirty days.



Victoria:
If all goes well, I expect to leave here poor, but sated. I have a... a bug in my purse. At the appropriate moment it goes in my salad.



Toddy:
It'll never work.



Victoria:
A bug in my salad?



Toddy:
In a place like this, it would be an even if there WASN'T a bug in your salad.



Victoria:
What about a... cockroach?



Toddy:
[shocked] A cockroach!



Victoria:
Shhh! Bigger than your thumb!



Toddy:
Ew, God!

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[first lines]



Edna Spalding:
[seeing her daughter's doll at the dinner table] Possum, put that up now.



Royce Spalding:
Our Heavenly Father, bless this meal and all those who are about to receive it. Make us thankful for Your generous bounty, and Your unceasing love. Please remind us, in these hard times, to be grateful for what we have been given, and not to ask for what we can not have. And make us mindful of those less fortunate among us, as we sit at this table with all of Thy bounty. Amen.

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Meg Mucklebones:
What a fine fat boy you are, Jack!



Jack:
You don't really mean to eat me, do you, ma'am?



Meg Mucklebones:
Oh, indeed I do!


[cackles]



Jack:
That would be a shame because someone as fair and lovely as yourself, Miss Meg, deserves far better than scrawny me. Don't you think?



Meg Mucklebones:
Think me fair, do you, Jack?



Jack:
All the heavenly angels must envy your beauty.



Meg Mucklebones:
[cackles] What a fine meal you'll make, be the rest of you as sweet as your tongue!


[cackles]

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Hilda:
The grass looks a funny color.



Jim:
Yes. I'll pop down to Mr. Sponge’s tomorrow and get some bone meal and dried blood.



Hilda:
He may be closed due to the bomb dear.



Jim:
What, old Sponge? Heh heh. Miss a day's trade? Oh not him. He'd rather die.

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Jack Boswell:
[about Billy] It must be wonderful for him. Joey financed his sandwich business, Mam makes his sandwiches, I find him his customers, Dad gave him a van and he takes the profit, scoffs his meal and goes into a coma till the next bell rings.



Aveline Boswell:
He has got Julie and the baby to think about.



Jack Boswell:
And in between that, he finds time to procreate!

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David Basner:
[to Andrew Woolridge] Sir, I was just wondering. By eating your entire meal with the salad fork, does that include the soup?

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Kelly:
[Kelly is giving Al relationship advice] Daddy, if you want Mom to give up the self defense class, you need to take her out.



Al:
Don't you think I would have tried that a long time ago if I thought I could get away with it?



Kelly:
No, I mean on a date. Try something nice; romantic movies always work for me.



Bud:
A Happy Meal and a 'Hello Kitty' pencil always works for you.

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Defense Secretary David Brice:
[to Scott, who's arrived late] Order some breakfast! It's the most important meal of the day. You should take better care of yourself.

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Lincoln Hawk:
What are you trying to do? I gave you custody of the boy, I signed papres, what more do you want?



Jason Cutler:
I'm trying to make things easy forf you, Hawk. You don't need Michael for a meal ticket anymore. You've got a free ride. So take the truck, take the money. Start a new life, START YOUR OWN FAMILY!



Lincoln Hawk:
I've got a family! And when this is over, I'm comin' to get him.

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Eugene Morris Jerome:
[mocking Sgt. Toomey in the mess hall] You have a good meal now, you hear.


[to the guys at the table]



Eugene Morris Jerome:
. I've got to make you men strong. Because tonight, we're going to march the platoon off a 3,000 foot cliff. Dying makes a man out of you. I died in the war, they cremated me. And they buried the ashes, right here in my skull.

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William H. Bonney:
I could've killed ya Dick. I could've killed ya. But I don't wanna kill ya I wanna eat.



Richard Brewer:
When we finish this meal you little rodent, we're gonna go out in the yard and see who has the right to run this group of regulators.



Doc:
Richard, would you be so kind as to pass the gravy please?

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Buster J.Bunny:
Hey-a, Loon girl... any guess as what today's mystery meal is ?



Shirley:
Oooh, like this requires telekinetic communication, Buster. I'll have to, like, meld with the meal. Ok, it's coming. I am... I am... Poultry.



Plucky:
Let's do lunch.



Shirley:
Ewwww, I just lost my appetite.

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