[when finding the therapist dead on the floor, having choked to death on a champagne bottle cork]
He’s drunk himself to death quite quickly, he has. Well, at least he won’t have to have any hangover tomorrow.
[explaining to George as the village sings around the campfire]
They are singing the legend of Tarzan. For many moons he was thought to be an evil spirit – a ghost in the trees. They speak of his power over the animals of the jungle. Because his spirit came from them. He understood them. And learned to conquer them. His ape mother, Kala, loved him as her own. And his ape brother, Akut, treated him with kindness and respect. He considered all men to be his enemies, since other tribes would hunt his troop as a rite of passage. Chief Muviro knew what he was. You must get to him. Since no man ever started with less.
What are you doing here?
You die, I die.
Oh. Okay, guys, come on. Let’s go, seriously. We can do that later.
You fight until one of you can’t anymore.
Or until one of you concedes.
A brave man never backs down.
Lucky for you, that wasn’t a rule when we fought.
What we lost in the fire, we found in the ashes.
[puts on glasses]
You wouldn’t hit a guy with glasses, would you?
[Ralph smacks the King with the glasses]
You hit a guy, with glasses. That’s… that’s… well-played.
Get your stinking hands off me, you damn dirty human!
[on Sam failing calculus]
I’m not angry. I’m disappointed.
Do you wanna hear my side of it?
Sam, how can there be two sides?
Hey, look, I got every question right on the final and the only reason why Mr. Spengler failed me was because I didn’t write out the solutions.
I do them in my head.
Did you tell him that?
I did. He didn’t believe me. He said if he couldn’t do them in his head then I must be cheating.
Well, that’s ridiculous! How can he fail you for being smarter than he is?
That’s what I said.
You did? How’d he take it?
He flunked me, remember?