Becky: Tell me what you want, as fast as it comes to you.
Becky: Okay. What do you want?
[He's thinking about it]
Gilbert: Okay. I want a new thing. House. I want a new house. And a family.
[He sighs heavily]
Gilbert: I want Momma to take aerobics classes. I want Ellen to grow up. I want a new brain for Arnie. I want…
Becky: What do you want for you? Just for you?
Gilbert: I want to be a good person.
Brian May: It's America. They're puritans in public, perverts in private.
Jay Sebring: Is everybody okay?
Rick Dalton: Well… the fuckin' hippies aren't. That's for goddamn sure.
Sergeant Kesuke Miyagi: Julie-san, fighting not good. But if must fight… win.
Richard Wershe Sr.: Straight talk? Your mother and I. We didn't plan on Dawn.
Richard Wershe Sr.: We didn't plan on you either, but in the end things worked out.
Rick Wershe Jr.: Dawn is a junkie, I'm shitting into a bag. Well that turned out well.
Richard Wershe Sr.: What can I say, you know? I'm a glass-half-full kind of guy.
Bill Mitchell: What does Santa post on his Instagram?
Noah Cruz: I don't know. What?
Bill Mitchell: Elfies.
Susan Young: Attention everyone. It is time to give out the prize for the best sweater. Our second-place winner this year is Alan.
Susan Young: You are the lucky winner of this lovely holiday scented candle.
Alan Mahone: Hey. Whoa whoa whoa. Wait a minute. I gave you this for Christmas last year.
Susan Young: Ooh. I was hoping my re-gifting would go unnoticed this year.
Alan Mahone: Yea. Well, I noticed.
Susan Young: Well… And now our grand prize is this cheese board that is from The Village of Trinkets and Treasures goes to… Hmmm. Me.
Susan Young: I mean, come on.
Alan Mahone: It's not fun if you win every year Susan.
Susan Young: Don't get your tinsel in a tangle.
Alan Mahone: Oh. What do you know? It's already personalized.
Susan Young: Ooh. How did that get there?
Angela: Goodbye, George.
[half-turns away and then looks back]
Angela: Seems like we always spend the best part of our time just saying goodbye.
Michael Oher: Courage is a hard thing to figure. You can have courage based on a dumb idea or mistake, but you're not supposed to question adults, or your coach or your teacher, because they make the rules. Maybe they know best, but maybe they don't. It all depends on who you are, where you come from. Didn't at least one of the six hundred guys think about giving up, and joining with the other side? I mean, valley of death that's pretty salty stuff. That's why courage it's tricky. Should you always do what others tell you to do? Sometimes you might not even know why you're doing something. I mean any fool can have courage. But honor, that's the real reason for you either do something or you don't. It's who you are and maybe who you want to be. If you die trying for something important, then you have both honor and courage, and that's pretty good. I think that's what the writer was saying, that you should hope for courage and try for honor. And maybe even pray that the people telling you what to do have some, too.
Alicia West: Murder is murder, no matter who you are.