Russell Gettis: That was a nice thing you did for him. Elizabeth Halsey: He was going through a difficult time. Russell Gettis: I am going through a difficult time. May I have your panties? Elizabeth Halsey: I'm not wearing any.
Foley: [Giving some "fatherly" advice to the newly-arrived male recruits] Not all the obstacles that can trip you up are on this base. Let me tell you something about the local girls. Ever since there's been a base here, there's been what you'd call the Puget Sound Debs. The poor girls come across the sound on the ferry every weekend with just one thing in mind, and that's to marry themselves a naval aviator. A Puget Deb will tell you, "Don't you worry about contraceptives. I've got that all taken care of." Don't believe it, sweet pea. A Puget Deb will do anything and say anything to trap you. I know this sounds silly, especially in this so-called modern age, but you scuzzy college pukes should watch out, because they're out there, and you, sweet peas, are the answer to their dream
Dalton Russell: This time next week, I'll be sucking down piña coladas in a hot tub with six girls named Amber and Tiffany. Keith Frazier: More like taking a shower with two guys named Jamal and Jesus, if you know what I mean. And here's the bad news: that thing you're sucking on? It's not a piña colada!
Don Luis Sandoval: You have ruined your whole life trying to kill me? Someone like me? I cannot be killed. I do the killing. And now it's your turn to be hunted. You will never find me. But as day follows night, believe me, I'll find you, and I will kill you! And you know why? Because I will never be where you want me to be! Cataleya: Actually, you're exactly where I want you to be. Don Luis Sandoval: Huh? [dogs start barking] Don Luis Sandoval: Aah! Cataleya: Eat..