|12-23-2008, 07:02 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Favorite Movie Quotes #3
Continue with the movie quotes, guys
Hub: What do ya want me to do? Die of old age?
Hub: Sometimes the things that may or may not be true are the things a man needs to believe in the most. That people are basically good; that honor, courage, and virtue mean everything; that power and money, money and power mean nothing; that good always triumphs over evil; and I want you to remember this, that love... true love never dies. You remember that, boy. You remember that. Doesn't matter if it's true or not. You see, a man should believe in those things, because those are the things worth believing in.
Hood 1: Hey, who do you think you are, huh?
Garth: Just a dumb kid, Hub. Don't kill him.
Hub: Right. [Grabs Hood 1 by the throat] I'm Hub McCann. I've fought in two World Wars and countless smaller ones on three continents. I led thousands of men into battle with everything from horses and swords to artillery and tanks. I've seen the headwaters of the Nile, and tribes of natives no white man had ever seen before. I've won and lost a dozen fortunes, KILLED MANY MEN and loved only one woman with a passion a FLEA like you could never begin to understand. That's who I am. NOW, GO HOME, BOY!
Walter: What's wrong with him?
Garth: Well, a man's body may grow old, but inside his spirit can still be as young and as restless as ever.
Garth: And him - in his day, he had more spirit than twenty men.
Walter: Those stories about Africa... They're true aren't they?
Hub: [to Stan] You're lucky the lion got to you before *we* did.
Sheik's Great Grandson: [speaking of Hub and Garth] So...they really lived?
Adult Walter: Yeah...they really lived.
-What a stupid lamb
-What a sick, masochistic lion
-Edward and Bella
|12-26-2008, 07:36 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Randal: Which did you like better? "Jedi" or "The Empire Strikes Back"?
Dante: "Empire" had the better ending. I mean, Luke gets his hand cut off, finds out Vader's his father, Han gets frozen and taken away by Boba Fett. It ends on such a down note. I mean, that's what life is, a series of down endings. All "Jedi" had was a bunch of Muppets.
Dante: Someone jammed gum in the locks.
Veronica: You're kidding.
Dante: Bunch of savages in this town.
Dante: You hate people!
Randal: But I love gatherings. Isn't it ironic?
Blue Collar Man: Excuse me, I don't mean to interrupt, but, uh, what are you talking about?
Randal: The ending of "Return of the Jedi".
Dante: My friend here's trying to convince me that any independent contractors who were working on the uncompleted Death Star were innocent victims when it was destroyed by the Rebels.
Rene: What are you doing? You promised me breakfast.
Brodie: Breakfast, shmreakfast. Look at the score, for Christ's sake. It's only the second period and I'm up 12 to 2. Breakfasts come and go, Rene, but Hartford, "the Whale," they only beat Vancouver once, maybe twice in a lifetime.
TS: Woah, she calls you "callow" in here.
Brodie: You say that like it's bad.
TS: It means frightened and weak-willed.
Brodie: Really? Shit. That was the only part of the letter I thought was complimentary.
Brodie: Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned for Sega
Brodie: The force is strong with this one.
Jay: Dude, don't encourage him.
Brodie: I took you shopping all the time!
Rene: You took me where you went shopping, you jerk! You think I care what store in that shitpit dirt mall has the latest Godzilla bootlegs? Do you call eating pizza in the same dive pizzeria every night eating out? Do I give a shit when two major comic book labels are crossing over characters, selling two editions of the same book in varied-ink chromium covers? I'm a girl, damn it! I wanna do girly things! Like fix up someone's hair and get phone calls expressing romantic sentiments!
Silent Bob: Adventure, excitement...a Jedi craves not these things.
Brandi: Second suitor: if we were making whoopee, what sounds would you make?
Brodie: Wait, what's whoopee?
TS: How easily do you quit? Say you wind up with one of us?
Brodie: Hopefully not Rush Limbaugh over here.
Gil Hicks: Well, now, I'm not like Rush Limbaugh.
Brodie: Well, why not? Because he's fat? Now you have something against fat people, too?
Hooper: Always some white boy gotta invoke the holy trilogy. Bust this: Those movies are about how the white man keeps the brother man down, even in a galaxy far, far away. Check this shit: You got cracker farm boy Luke Skywalker, Nazi poster boy, blond hair, blue eyes. And then you got Darth Vader, the blackest brother in the galaxy, Nubian god!
Banky: What's a Nubian?
Hooper: Shut the **** up! Now, Vader...he's a spiritual brother, y'know, down with the force and all that good shit. Then this cracker, Skywalker, gets his hands on a light saber and the boy decides he's gonna run the ****in' universe; gets a whole clan of whites together. And they go and bust up Vader's hood, the Death Star. Now what the **** do you call that?
Banky: Intergalactic civil war?
Hooper: Gentrification! They gon' drive out the black element to make the galaxy quote, unquote, safe for white folks. And Jedi's the most insulting installment! Because Vader's beautiful black visage is sullied when he pulls off his mask to reveal a feeble, crusty, old white man! They tryin' to tell us that deep inside we all wants to be white!
Banky: Well, isn't that true? [Hooper pulls out his gun, shoots Banky]
Hooper: See that man right there? [points at Holden] He's the Devil, understand? Never take your eye off the man.
Silent Bob: You're Chasing Amy.
Silent Bob: No, idiot. It was a mistake. I wasn't disgusted with her, I was afraid. At that moment, I felt small - like-like I'd lacked experience, like I'd never be on her level, like I'd never be enough for her or something like that, you know what I'm saayin'? But, what I did not get, she didn't care. She wasn't looking for that guy anymore. She was - she was looking for me, for-for the Bob. But, uh, by the time I figure this all out, it was too late, man. She moved on, and all I had to show for it was some foolish pride, which then gave way to regret. She was the girl, I know that now. But, I pushed her away. So I've spent every day since then chasing Amy...So to speak.
Banky: I feel a hate crime coming on.
Holden: So, uh, what do you wanna do tonight?
Banky: I dunno. Get a pizza, watch "Degrassi Jr. High".
Holden: You got a weird thing for Canadian melodrama.
Banky: I got a weird thing for girls who say, "Aboot."
-What a stupid lamb
-What a sick, masochistic lion
-Edward and Bella
|12-27-2008, 12:25 AM||#4 (permalink)|
The Joy Luck Club
June: For 30 years these women feasted, forgot past wrongs, laughed and played, lost and won, and told the best stories. Each week they hoped to be lucky. And that luck was their only joy. Their connection with each other had more to do with hope, than with joy or luck....They worried, because in me, they saw their own daughters, just as ignorant of all the hopes and dreams our mother's brought to this country.
June: When I was nine years old...my mother's version of believing in me...was believing that I could be anything she wanted me to be.
June (Age 9): You want me to be someone I'm not. I'll never be the kind of daughter that you want me to be.
Suyuan: Only two kinds of daughter: obedient or follow-own-mind. Only one kind of daughter could live in this house: obedient kind.
June: Then I wish I wasn't your daughter. I wish you weren't my mom.
Suyuan: Too late to change this.
Lindo: How can a daughter not know her own mother?
June: I'm just sorry that you got stuck with such a loser, that I've always been so disappointing.
Suyuan: What you mean disappoint? Piano?
June: Everything. My grades, my job, not getting married, everything you expected of me.
Suyuan: Not expect anything! Never expect! Only hope! Only hoping best for you. That's not wrong, to hope.
June: No? Well, it hurts, because every time you hoped for something I couldn't deliver, it hurt! It hurt me, Mommy. And no matter what you hope for, I'll never be more than what I am. And you never see that, what I really am!
Suyuan: [takes her necklace off and gives it to June] Since your baby time, I wear this next to my heart. Now you wear next to yours. And I'll have you know, I see you. I see you. That bad crab, only you tried to take it. Everybody else want best quality. You, your thinking different. Waverly took best-quality crab. You took worst, because you have best-quality heart. You have style no one can teach. Must be born this way. I see you.
Rose: I like being tragic, Ma. I learned it from you.
Rich: So, how'd your mom react when you told her about the wedding?
Waverly Jong: It never came up.
Rich: How come?
Waverly: She'd rather get rectal cancer.
Lindo: This one moment would decide for my whole life whether fear would rule or I would. I decided. Underneath I knew who I was. I promised myself never to forget.
Lindo: I could see her face looking at me but not seeing me. She was ashamed, so ashamed to be my daughter.
Waverly: Mom, what's wrong?
Lindo: Nothing, nothing. Only thinking, thinking about my mother, how much I wanted to be like her.
Waverly: Mom, why don't you like Rich?
Lindo: Is Rich you afraid I not like? If I don't like your Rich, I act polite, say nothing, let him have big cancer, let my daughter be a widow. I like Rich, of course I do. To allow him to marry such a daughter!
Waverly: You don't know, you don't know the power you have over me. One word from you, one look, and I'm four years old again, crying myself to sleep, because nothing I do can ever, ever please you.
Ying Ying: All my pains, my regrets, I will gather them together. My daughter will hear me calling, even though I've said no words. She will climb the stairs to find me. She will be scared because at first her eyes will see nothing. She will feel in her heart this place where she hides her fears. She will know I am waiting like a tiger in the trees, now ready to leap out and cut her spirit loose.
Ying Ying: Losing him does not matter. It is you who will be found-and cherished.
An-Mei: I tell you the story because I was raised the Chinese way. I was taught to desire nothing, to swallow other people's misery, and to eat my own bitterness. And even though I taught my daughter the opposite, still she came out the same way. Maybe it is because she was born to me and she was born a girl, and I was born to my mother and I was born a girl, all of us like stairs, one step after another, going up, going down, but always going the same way. No, this cannot be, this not knowing what you're worth, this not begin with you. My mother not know her worth until too late-too late for her, but not for me. Now we will see if not too late for you.
June's Father: She thought, better not die next to my babies. Nobody saves babies with such bad luck. Who wants two babies with ghost mother following them? Very bad luck, very.
Rose: The beautiful part was, he never had to ask for any of this. In fact, he never even knew. I told myself that was the selfless way, the loving way, instead of the chickenshit way.
Sleepless in Seattle
Co-Worker: It's easier to be killed by a terrorist than it is to find a husband over the age of 40!
Annie: That statistic is not true!
Becky: That's right it's not true, but it feels true.
Annie: Destiny is something we've invented because we can't stand the fact that everything that happens is accidental.
Jonah: Talk to her, dad. She's a doctor.
Sam: Of what? Her first name could be Doctor.
Jay: Well, this is fate! She's divorced, we don't want to redo the cabinets, and you need a wife. What do they call it when everything intersects?
Sam Baldwin: The Bermuda Triangle.
Annie: Now that was when people KNEW how to be in love. They knew it! Time, distance...nothing could separate them because they knew. It was right. It was real. It was...
Becky: A movie! That's your problem! You don't want to be in love. You want to be in love in a movie.
Becky: Verbal ability is a highly overrated thing in a guy, and it's our pathetic need for it that gets us into so much trouble.
Jonah: Thanks for dinner. I've never seen potatoes cooked like that before.
Walter: Marriage is hard enough without bringing such low expectations into it.
Sam: Well I'm not looking for a mail-order bride! I just want somebody I can have a decent conversation with over dinner. Without it falling down into weepy tears over some movie!
Greg: She's, as you just saw, very emotional.
Sam: Although I cried at the end of "the Dirty Dozen."
Greg: Who didn't?
Sam: Jim Brown was throwing these hand grenades down these airshafts. And Richard Jaeckel and Lee Marvin. [Begins to cry] were sitting on top of this armored personnel carrier, dressed up like Nazis...
Greg: [Crying too] Stop, stop!
Sam: And Trini Lopez...
Greg: Yes, Trini Lopez!
Sam: He busted his neck while they were parachuting down behind the Nazi lines...
Sam: And Richard Jaeckel - at the beginning he had on this shiny helmet...
Greg: [Crying harder] Please no more. Oh God! I loved that movie.
Sam: I am NOT going to New York to meet some woman who could be a crazy, sick lunatic! Didn't you see Fatal Attraction?
Jonah: You wouldn't let me!
Sam: Well I saw it and it scared the shit out of me. It scared the shit out of every man in America.
Sam: [looking at a photograph] She looks like my third grade teacher, and I hated my third grade teacher...wait a minute, she IS my third grade teacher!
Becky: Your destiny can be your doom. Look at me and my Rick.
Dennis: Annie, when you're attracted to someone, it just means that your subconscious is attracted to their subconscious, subconsciously. So what we think of as fate is just two neuroses knowing that they are a perfect match.
Sam: I'll tell you what I'm doing this weekend, I'm getting laid. It's the 1990's and nobody's getting laid. I'm the only man in America who's getting laid this weekend and I haven't been laid that much. Six girls in college, maybe seven. [sees Jonah standing in the doorway] How long have you been standing there?
Sam: What did you just hear me say?
Jonah: Six girls in college, maybe seven.
Sam: Seven...EIGHT! Mary Kelly.
Jonah: [holds Annie's letter] This is the one I like!
Jonah: If you get a new wife, I guess you'll get to have sex with her, huh?
Sam: I certainly hope so.
Jonah: Will she scratch up your back?
Jonah: In the movies, women are always scratching up the men's back and screaming and stuff when they're having sex.
Sam: How do you know all this?
Jonah: Jed's got cable.
-What a stupid lamb
-What a sick, masochistic lion
-Edward and Bella
Last edited by Heather; 12-28-2008 at 12:07 AM.
|01-02-2009, 04:41 PM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2002
P.S. I love you
Patricia: I bet you've had a hard time walking into a room full of people on your own, right? Yeah. I know that. I know what it is not to feel like your in the room until he looks at you or touches your hand or even makes a joke at your expense, just to let everyone know... you're with him. You're his.
Holly: Dear Gerry, you said you wanted me to fall in love again, and maybe one day I will. But there are all kinds of love out there. This is my one and only life, And its a great and terrible and short and endless thing, and none of us come out of it alive. I don't have a plan... except, it's time my mom laughed again. She has never seen the world... she has never seen Ireland. So, I'm taking her back where we started... Maybe now she'll understand. I don't know how you did it, but you brought me back from the dead. I'll write to you again soon. P.S... Guess what?
Patricia: You know the worst thing for a parent... second after losing a child? Watching your child head for the same life you had. You can't stop it. It's a terrible, helpless feeling. Makes you angry all the time. And I've been angry. For a very long time. I'm exhausted.
Holly: I don't want to make any mistakes.
Gerry: Then you're in the wrong species, love. Be a duck.
We don’t know who we are until we’re connected to someone else.
We’re just better human beings when we’re with the person we’re supposed to be with.
I wasn’t supposed to leave. I belong here.
|01-02-2009, 07:29 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2008
Without a paddle 2
I cant remember the actual quote, it was from the movie Without a Paddle, hmmmm..... its when they went into that old cabin with that weird guy in it? ANyone know what Im talking about? Well one way or another check out this site, its classic!
|01-24-2009, 01:18 AM||#8 (permalink)|
Because Im feeling nostalgic, and revolutionary all at once...
John Adams: Liberty will reign in America!
Ben Franklin: Where are these gentlemen from Massachussetts? What have you done with these gentlemen from Massachussetts? Have you stolen these gentlemen from Massachussetts? There they are, all the way from Boston. Are they not a shame on their country? Are they not a disgrace to all civilized beings? Has not even the Rev. Ebinezer Slither declared them so? They have violated the fundamental rule of warfare, which is to always let the British win. Did they not pursue the British army with ungentemenly haste after their cowardly victory at Concord?
Edward Rutledge: Must you be so extreme, Dr. Franklin?
Ben Franklin: I'm an extreme moderate, Mr. Rutledge. I believe anybody not in favor of moderation and compromise ought to be castrated. And all this should be sent down to the Parliament...for they seem to need, how shall I put it...stones? There, I think we scared him off. I am very glad to have you gentlemen with us, very glad indeed.
Sam Adams: I remind Mr. Rutledge, and Mr. Dwayne, that blood has been shed. Massachussetts blood!
John Adams: Mr. Dickenson, the time for negotiation is passed. The actions of the British army at Lexington and Concord speak plainly enough. If we wish to regain our natural born rights as Englishmen, than we must fight for them.
John Adams: Mr. Dickenson, my wife and young children live on the main road to Boston, fewer than five mile from the full might of the British army. Should they wait for savages to rob them of their home, their posessions, their very lives?!?!
Ben Franklin: Politics is the art of the possible.
John Adams: Do you not believe in speaking your mind?
Ben Franklin: No. I'm very much against it. Thinking aloud is a habit responsible for much of mankinds misery. St. Thomas of Beckett might have lived to a ripe old age, if he...You insulted Mr. Dickenson. You insulted him in public.
John Adams: Would you have me insult him in private?
Ben Fanklin: Perfectly acceptable to insult someone in private, sometimes they might even thank you for it, afterward. But when you do it in public, they tend to think you are serious.
John Adams: Colonel, you are in mourning?
George Washington: For Massachussetts. An attack made on one of our sister colonies, is an attack on all of us.
John Adams: If only all the Congress were of your sentiments, sir.
Abigail: Send a woman to the Congress, she might knock some sense into them.
John Adams: Its not a question of men or women, Abigail, It is a matter of politics.
Abigail Adams: Politics! Politics?? And do women not live politics, John Adams? When I go to the cupboard and I find no coffee, no sugar, no pins, no meat, am I not living politics?!? This war touches people that your Congress treats with the same contempt King George reserves to the people of Boston. Yes, I mean women, and slaves, too, for that matter. Though I'm sure you wish I would not mention that subject, since it might upset your Southern friends.
John Adams: You are harsh, Madam.
Abigail Adams: I am cold! I am frightened. I fear this war will never end, or begin.
John Hancock: [reluctantly] God save the King.
Sam Adams: God damn the King!
Ben Franklin: [happily] God bless the King. Who else could've brought such a spirit of unity to the Congress?
Thomas Jefferson: I would gladly lend my hand to sink the whole island of Great Britain into the ocean.
John Adams: I have not heard you say three words together in the last Congress. With such passion, I regret that you have not made your mind more plainly known!
Thomas Jefferson: I have no gift for oratory.
Thomas Jefferson: What can possibly be your reasons?
John Adams: First, you are a Virginian, and a Virginian should be at the head of this business, as it is the most powerful state. Second, I am obnoxious, suspected, and unpopular. You are very much otherwise. And third, and perhaps most important, I have read your Summary of the Rights of British America, and have a great in the eloquence of your pen, and none of my own.
John Adams: This is altogether unsuspected. Not only a Declaration of our Independence, but the rights of ALL men. This is well said, sir. Very, very well said. "The Christian King of Great Britain has waged cruel war against human nature itself. In the persons of a distant people who never offended him. Captivating, and carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere."
Thomas Jefferson: Slavery is an abomination, and must be loudly proclaimed as such. But I own that not I, nor any man has an immediate solution to the problem.
John Adams: There may be expressions which I would not have inserted, if I had drawn it up, but I will defend every word of it.
Thomas Jefferson: Well, its what I believe.
John Adams: Objects of the most stupendous magnitude...measures which will effect the lives of millions, born and unborn...are now before us. We must expect a great expense of blood, through men. But we must always remember that a free Constitution of civil government, cannot be purchased at too dear a rate. As there is nothing on this side of Jerusalem, of greater importance to mankind. My worthy colleague from Pennsylvania, has spoken with great ingenuity and eloquence. He has given you a grim prognistication of our national future. But where he forsees apocolypse, I see hope. I see a new nation, ready to take its place in the world. Not an empire, but a republic! And a republic of Laws, not men. Gentlemen, we are in the very midst of Revolution! The most complete, unexpected, and remarkable of any in the history of the world. How few of the human race have ever had an opportunity of choosing a system of government, for themselves, and their children? I am not without apprehensions, gentlemen. But the end we have in sight, is worth all than more the means. I believe, sirs, that the hour has come. My judgement approves this measure, and my whole heart is in it. All that I have, all that I am, and all that I hope in this life, I am now ready to stake upon it. While I live, let me have a country! A FREE country!
Vickie: Laney, sex is the quickest way to ruin a friendship.
Lelaina: He's so cheesy, I can't watch him without crackers.
Vickie: Do you ever wish you were a lesbian? Don't you think it would be so much easier?
Lelaina: Sometimes, but I don't know. I could never go through with it. I'd start laughing or something.
Vickie: That is such a shame because I have had it with men.
Michael: Have I stepped over some line in the sands of coolness with you? Because excuse me if somebody doesn't know the secret handshake with you.
Troy: There's no secret handshake. There's an IQ prerequisite, but there's no secret handshake.
Troy: The only thing you have to be by the age of 23 is yourself.
Lelaina: Yeah, well, I'm not sure who that is anymore.
Troy: You look like a doily.
Laney: I'd like to somehow make a difference in peoples' lives.
Troy: And I... I would like to buy them all a Coke.
Laney: And you wonder why we never got involved?
Vickie: Would the two of you just do it and get it over with? I'm starving!
Vickie: Sometimes I get that not-so-fresh feeling.
Troy: You can't navigate me. I may do mean things, and I may hurt you, and I may run away without your permission, and you may hate me forever, and I know that scares the living shit outta you 'cause you know I'm the only real thing you got.
Laney: Yeah, well that ain't much.
Troy: Did he dazzle you with his extensive knowledge of mineral water? Or was it his in-depth analysis of, uh, uh, Marky Mark that finally reeled you in?
Troy: He's the reason Cliffs Notes were invented.
Laney: Are you religious?
Michael: Um, uh, I guess uh, I guess I'm, uh a non-practicing Jew.
Laney: Hey, I'm a non-practicing virgin.
Laney: I was really going to be somebody by the time I was 23.
Troy: Honey, all you have to be by the time you're 23, is yourself.
Laney: I don't know who that is anymore.
Troy: I do. And we all love her. I love her. She breaks my heart again and again. But I love her.
Vickie: Evian is naive spelled backward.
Vickie: [about Troy] He's weird, he's strange, he's sloppy, he's a total nightmare for women...I can't believe I haven't slept with him yet.
Lelaina: Welcome to the world of the emtionally mature. Maybe you've seen Michael, he lives here.
Laney: I just don't understand why things just can't go back to normal at the end of the half hour like on the Brady Bunch or something.
Troy Dyer: Well, 'cause Mr. Brady died of AIDS. Things don't turn out like that.
-What a stupid lamb
-What a sick, masochistic lion
-Edward and Bella
Last edited by Heather; 01-24-2009 at 03:21 PM.
|01-27-2009, 06:02 PM||#10 (permalink)|
Annette: I don't believe you.
Sebastian: There's something I have to tell you.
Annette: Tell me.
Sebastian: This isn't working out for me anymore.
Annette: [not taking Sebastian seriously] Yeah, me neither.
[kisses Sebastian and he doesn't respond]
Annette: What's wrong?
Sebastian: It's not you. It's me... I'm completely ****ed up.
Annette: What are you saying?
Sebastian: I thought I was in love with you but it was just a lie.I wanted it to work but unfortunately, I feel nothing.
Annette: Why are you doing this?
Sebastian: I just... I just wanted to see what you were like in bed.
Annette: You don't mean that.
Sebastian: You know nothing. You don't even know me!The fact of the matter is, there is someone I love. You don't even compare to her.
Sebastian: I don't know how to make this any clearer to you. You mean nothing to me!You were just... You were just a conquest.
Annette: You're such a coward.Look at yourself! You're shaking! Is that what you came to tell me?
Sebastian: I'm sorry. I'm completely...
Annette: Yeah, you're completely ****ed up!Get out!
Annette: Get out!
Annette: [Sebastian tries to touch Annette] Don't touch me! Don't touch me!
[Tries to touch her again]
Annette: Don't ****ing touch me Sebastian!
[Slaps Sebastian around the face]
Annette: Just leave
[after Sebastian leaves Annette starts crying]
|02-12-2009, 02:47 AM||#12 (permalink)|
my favorite quotes~! Friends
an interesting topic, here are some quotes fom Friends
Ross: (looking at Monica's legs) WOW!
Chandler: Hey! Stop staring at my wife's legs! No no! Stop staring at your sister's legs!
JOEY: Let me get this straight. He got you to beg to sleep with him, he got you to say he never has to call you again, and he got you thinking this was a great idea.
JOEY: This man is my God.
Ross: I lived with Monica, if you didn't eat fast - you didn't eat!
Phoebe:Monica and Chandler!!! Oh, my eyes!! MY EYES!!!
Mike:Thank u for coming you guys.
Ross:hey, oh, I-I was going for a hand shake.
Mike:Is that why ur hand is pressed against my crotch?
Ross:That is why!
Joey: Guys, it really hurts. I can't feel my ears.
Chandler: When have you ever felt your ears?
Chandler: Okay, here is the phone bill.
Joey: Oh my God!!
Chandler: That’s our phone number
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|05-03-2009, 10:01 PM||#15 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Lucas (Voiceover): Truth is still absolute. Believe that. Even when that truth is hard and cold, and more painful than you've ever imagined. And even when truth is more cruel than any lie.
Peyton: Can we be friends again?
Peyton: Like before?
Brooke: I don't think so, like before is gone, Peyton.