[about John]
Charlie Croker: Just because he was around me more doesn't mean he wasn't thinking about you.
Stella Bridger: [Sniffling] It would be nice if it were true.
Charlie Croker: It is true. He always regretted not having been a better father to you, Stella.
Stella Bridger: How do you know that?
Charlie Croker: Because he told me.

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Lyle: And then he's just the media darling... He's on the cover of all the magazines, I should of been on the cover of wired magazine. you know what he said? he said he named it Napster because it was his nickname because of the nappy hair under the hat. But he, It's because I was NAPPING when he STOLE it from me. He didn't even graduate.
Handsome Rob: I think it's time to move on, don't you? They shut him down, I wish they would do the same to you.

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John Bridger: I'm sending you something.
Stella Bridger: Does it smell nice?
John Bridger: No. But it's sparkly.
Stella Bridger: [sounding slightly angry] Does it have a receipt?

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Actor Reharsing in Car: Turn in your badge and your weapon. I don't want to see you anywhere near this investigation. [Drinks from an imaginary cup and then pretends to crush the cup]
Actor Reharsing in Car: Crush

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Wrench: [upon first seeing Stella] Whoa, whoa whoa! We didn't get a chance to meet! Wrench.

Stella: [slapping a wrapped hoagie into his outstretched hand] Ham and cheese.

Wrench: [everyone laughs] Oh, that's cold. Damn, that's cold.

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[as they are dangling from under the road way, after Left Ear's gotten all the explosives in place, and is about to insert the detonater]

Left Ear: Just give me a minute.

Charlie Croker: [impatiently] NOW?

Left Ear: I'm about to insert this detonator tube, and if the brass touches the sides, you and I will be the last people each of us will see.

Charlie Croker: Take all the time you need.

Left Ear: [after a pause] Hey, Charlie?

Charlie Croker: What?

Left Ear: I love you, man.

Charlie Croker: I love you too.

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John Bridger: Charlie, there are two kinds of thieves in this world: The ones who steal to enrich their lives, and those who steal to define their lives. Don't be the latter. Makes you miss out on what's really important in this life.

Charlie Croker: What are you talking about, John? You've been a good father.

John Bridger: Sending presents doesn't make you a good father. I've spent half my kid's life in prison. Don't get to be my age with nothing but this, Charlie. Find somebody you want to spend the rest of your life with, and hold onto her forever.

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Stella: You know this was never about the gold.

Steve: What ever helps you sleep at night sweetheart.
[Stella punches Steve]

Steve: Bitch! Charlie! Come on, Charlie!

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Stella: I want to see the look on that man's face when his gold is gone. He took my father from me, I'm taking this.

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Mr Bridger: Does he really NEED all this equipment?

'Camp' Freddie: He SAYS he does...

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Garage Manager: You must have shot an awful lot of tigers, sir.

Charlie Croker: Yes, I used a machine gun.

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Stella Bridger: What did you do to your hand?

Charlie Croker: I punched Steve.

Stella Bridger: Well, why do you get to punch him and I don't?

Charlie Croker: Because those hands are way too valuable.

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John Bridger: For after the haul.

Charlie Croker: Hope I'll get to fire it up.

John Bridger: Still no word from the garbage men?

Charlie Croker: No. They're no shows. Three months of preps done the tube, and I dragged you out of retirement for nothing.

John Bridger: This is fun. I like this. You've taken over the reigns, all the worries. You're loosey goosey. I'm just along for the ride.

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Lyle: And then he's just the media darling... He's on the cover of all the magazines, I should of been on the cover of wired magazine. you know what he said? he said he named it Napster because it was his nickname because of the nappy hair under the hat. But he, It's because I was NAPPING when he STOLE it from me. He didn't even graduate.

Handsome Rob: I think it's time to move on, don't you? They shut him down, I wish they would do the same to you.

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Charlie Croker: [trailer only] You ready to create the biggest traffic jam in the history of Los Angeles?

Lyle: I'm so ready.

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Steve: Don't talk about right or wrong with me, man, because I don't give a shit. Okay? You got your cards, I got my cards. We made our play, and I came out on top. Okay? Now, if you want to start the game up again, that's fine with me. What is your play here, really? Come on, what do you? What do you think? You'll try to take out my guards, right? I have five of them that you don't know about. You'll try to have Lyle hack the system? I'll change it again tomorrow morning. What was your final move? I mean. Have Bridger's daughter come in and try to crack my safe? That's very poetic and all, but I just don't see it. I don't think she'll get anywhere near it.

Charlie Croker: Same old Steve huh? Always thinking defensively. That's why you're always number two.

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Steve: The gang's all here.

Stella Bridger: You know, the only thing worse than a thief is a coward.

Steve: Then you shoulda seen the way your Daddy begged for his life.

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Charlie Croker: This is it, guys. Moment of truth. What the hell is this? Shit! Steve's neighbors throwing a party.

Valet: Are you here for the Baker party, Sir?

Charlie Croker: No.

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Stella Bridger: Yeah, but so how do we get the gold from the vault to the getaway car.

Charlie Croker: How wide is the hallway... Napster?

Lyle: Six feet.

Handsome Rob: Okay, you've got your gold.

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Left Ear: Okay, party people. Here's the status. There's an anti-scaling fence, hardened electro-plated steel. Yeah, I'll have to paint that up with some nitromon.

Charlie Croker: Security on the property?

Left Ear: An armed guard, here. A little rent-a-cop with a nine millimeter on his hip. But that booth, security booth looks prime for a chemical grenade.

Lyle: Nitromon? Chemical grenades? That stuff's pretty hard to come by.

Left Ear: Yeah, Lyle, it's a bear market. Shit!

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Stella's Receptionist: How long to crack it?

Stella Bridger: Four minutes, and forty three seconds.

Stella's Receptionist: You're the man.

Stella Bridger: What's in the line up?

Stella's Receptionist: Todd Millikan called. He has a prototype combination lock he wants you to test out. He says he added two false contact points on the tumbler.

Stella Bridger: I'll pretend to be stumped for a couple of seconds. Give him a thrill.

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Charlie Croker: Steve, how we looking?

Steve: Papa took the boat to work at eight fifteen, so the garage is empty. Mama left with daughter at eight thirty for pre-school, as usual, so for the next forty five minutes, we own this place gentleman.

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[first lines]

Stella: [on the phone] Hello.

John Bridger: [on the phone] Hello, sweetie.

Stella: [on the phone] Daddy, it's early.

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Handsome Rob: [after learning the value of the gold they've stolen] Twenty-seven million...

Left Ear: Say it again, man.

Handsome Rob: [louder] Twenty-seven million!

Left Ear: Again!

Handsome Rob: *Twenty-seven million!*

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Charlie Croker: We set?

Lyle: Yeah. I've enhanced the viewing matrix to track both the Cartesian coordinates and three altitude angles to give the exact position and orientation of our baby.

Left Ear: We're in Italy. Speak English.

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Steve: So if I was to ask you out for dinner, would I be the first one of your customers to ever do that?

Stella: Did you ask your last cable repair guy out to dinner?

Steve: No. But the last one was like three hundred pounds and had a handlebar mustache.

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[timing the getaway to Union Station]

Handsome Rob: It's either bad traffic, peak traffic, slit-your-wrist traffic... you know, five people died from smoking in between traffic lights today.

Left Ear: You know, they do have the Metrorail, Rob, you could always use that.

Handsome Rob: Yeah, that'd be ideal for carrying a ton of gold now, wouldn't it, genius?

Charlie Croker: What's your guesstimate?

Handsome Rob: The last twenty times I done this journey, you've got an average of thirty two minutes and a top time of fifty, but if we had green lights all the way, we could do it in fourteen minutes.

Stella: [poking fun] What? Couldn't get through traffic?

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Lyle: [seeing the name "Becky" on the cable-girl's uniform; specifically on her left breast] Becky, huh? Nice name. I wonder what she calls the other one...

Handsome Rob: And it's such a mystery why you don't have a girlfriend, Lyle.

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Lyle: [Handsome Rob approaches Becky, the cable technician, in the parking lot. Lyle watches, amazed] Are you kidding me? How does he do that? How do you do that? What are you saying?
[Lyle narrates the conversation with alternating Handsome Rob and ditzy female voices]

Lyle: [speaking as Handsome Rob] Hey, how are you?

Lyle: [speaking as Becky] Oh, I'm good!

Lyle: [Handsome Rob] Nice to meet you. I'm Handsome Rob. And you are?

Lyle: [Becky] Oh, my name's Becky, but it's written on my shirt!

Lyle: [Handsome Rob] Listen, I'm gonna need your shirt, and your truck.

Lyle: [Becky] Perfect! I'll give them both to you. Would you like my virginity as well?

Lyle: [Handsome Rob] If it's on the menu.

Lyle: [Becky] Oh, you're so witty! Why don't you take advantage of me?

Lyle: [Handsome Rob] Yeah, you're not too bright, are you?

Lyle: [Becky] No.

Lyle: [Handsome Rob] Perfect.

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[Lyle isn't answering Charlie's calls]

Handsome Rob: He only answers to "The Napster" now, Charlie

Charlie Croker: Oh, no. I am not calling you The Napster.

Lyle: Why not? You call him Left Ear.

Left Ear: Well, I am.

Lyle: And him Handsome Rob.

Charlie Croker: Well, that's because he is Handsome Rob!

Lyle: Well you can call me The Napster.

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Lorna: [after hearing a rapid knock at the door] It's the Law, Charlie!

Charlie Croker: What you tell 'em?

Lorna: Charlie, would I tell them anything?

Charlie Croker: ...Yes you would.

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Charlie Croker: We set?

Lyle: Yeah. I've enhanced the viewing matrix to track both the Cartesian coordinates and three altitude angles to give the exact position and orientation of our baby.

Left Ear: We're in Italy. Speak English.

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[Timing the getaway to Union Station]

Handsome Rob: It's either bad traffic, peak traffic, slit-your-wrist traffic... you know, five people died from smoking in between traffic lights.

Left Ear: You know, they do have the Metrorail, Rob, you could always use that.

Handsome Rob: Yeah, that'd be ideal for carrying a ton of gold now, wouldn't it, genius?

Charlie Croker: What's your guesstimate?

Handsome Rob: The last twenty times I done this journey, you've got an average of 32 minutes and a top time of 50, but if we had green lights all the way, we could do it in 14 minutes.

Stella: Wait, you couldn't get through traffic?

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Handsome Rob: Come on, Charlie. They were at the same college at the same time.

Charlie Croker: Why are you encouraging this?

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Lyle: [seeing the name Becky on the cable-girl's uniform; specifically on her left breast] Becky, huh? Wonder what she calls the other one...

Handsome Rob: And it's such a mystery why you don't have a girlfriend, Lyle.

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[Lyle is impersonating Handsome Rob and the cable girl]

Lyle: [as Handsome Rob] Nice to meet you, I'm Handsome Rob and you are?

Lyle: [as Girl] My name's Becky. Buts its uh, written on my shirt.

Lyle: [as Handsome Rob] Listen, I'm gonna need your shirt and your truck.

Lyle: [as Girl] Perect I'll give 'em both to ya, would you like my virginity as well?

Lyle: [as Handsome Rob] If it's on the menu.

Lyle: [as Girl] Haha you're so witty, why don't you take advantage of me?

Lyle: [as Handsome Rob] Yeh your not too bright, are you?

Lyle: [as Girl] No.

Lyle: [as Handsome Rob] Perfect.

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Steve: You blew the best thing you had going for you. You blew the element of surprise.
[Charlie punches Steve]

Charlie Croker: Surprised?

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John Bridger: You know, Charlie, there are two kinds of thieves in this world: those who steal to enrich their lives, and those who steal to define their lives. Don't be the latter. Makes you miss out on what's really important in this life.

Charlie Croker: What are you talking about, John? You've been a good father.

John Bridger: Sitting in prisons doesn't make you a good father. I spent half my kid's life in prison. Don't get to be my age with nothing but this, Charlie. Find somebody you want to spend the rest of your life with, and hold onto her forever.

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[Lyle isn't answering Charlie's calls]

Handsome Rob: He only answers to The Napster now, Charlie

Charlie Croker: Oh, no. I am not calling you The Napster.

Lyle: Why not? You call him Left Ear.

Left Ear: Well, I am.

Lyle: And him Handsome Rob.

Charlie Croker: Well, that's because he is Handsome Rob!

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[watching Stella's high-tech system of safecracking]

Charlie Croker: You know, your dad was old school. Did the whole thing by touch.

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Steve: You're out of moves. The game is over. Just give up already.

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Steve: Stop them before they hit the street.

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[last lines]

Charlie Croker: [voice over narration] I took John Bridger's advice. I found somebody I want to spend the rest of my life with and I'm going to hold onto her forever.

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Charlie Croker: Guys, I want to make a toast. To John Bridger. The most brilliant master planner of all. Father and friend.

Stella: To my Dad.

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Lyle: [after realizing how much money they have stolen] Woo. Yeah.
[pauses]

Lyle: I got the Holy Spirit... You should get on it... It's a good train.

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Lyle: Charlie, he's flying the coop.

Handsome Rob: When?

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Charlie Croker: Hey, it's not about the gold, Stella. Okay? John was like a father to me, too. I'm sorry, alright. I just can't move on until I've set things right.

Stella Bridger: I've moved on.

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Charlie Croker: I found him Stella. He's in Los Angeles. The gold bricks he stole from us had a Balinese dancer stamped on them. This guy worked for a contact of mine, Skinny Pete, that a gold dealer in L.A.'s been buying those bricks.

Stella Bridger: Yeah? How do you know it's him.

Charlie Croker: Skinny Pete sent me this.
[shows her a photo of Steve]

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Stella: Why don't you just come by? We'll have some breakfast, hmm?

John Bridger: Well, it'd be a long trip. I'm in Venice.

Stella: ...With your Parole Officer's approval, of course?

John Bridger: Well, I like the guy Stella, you know that. But we never really connected.

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Lyle: James Hymen? Come one, just once give me a cool name!

Left Ear: A hundred and forty pounds? Try one sixty five!

Handsome Rob: Try lifting some weights!
[as everyone is leaving Lyle still notices his bike is still laying on the ground]

Lyle: Hey, Charlie?

Charlie Croker: Handsome? Think you can help him with his bike?

Left Ear: Yeah, help Knievel set up for his next jump!

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Steve: Take your hands off the wheel! Don't even think about it, just do it!

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Charlie Croker: [playing basketball with Handome Rob when his phone rings] Hello?

Stella: I want to see the look on that man's face when his gold is gone. He took my father from me, I'm taking this.
[hangs up]

Charlie Croker: [to Handsome Rob] She's in.

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[as Mashkov's men are taking him away, Steve's panicking]

Steve: Look, I'll double whatever Charlie's given you, just don't shoot me!

Mashkov: Don't worry, I'm not going to shoot you. No, I'm going to take you to my workplace. I think you'll be very interested in some of the machinery I use.

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Lyle: [to his computer] You'll never shut down the real Napster.

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Lyle: I am The Napster.

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John Bridger: I feel so optimistic. How do you feel?

Charlie Croker: [shrugging] I'm fine.

John Bridger: Fine? You know what "fine" stands for, don't you?

Charlie Croker: Yeah, unfortunately.

John Bridger: Freaked out...

Charlie Croker: Insecure...

John Bridger: Neurotic...

Charlie Croker: And Emotional.

John Bridger: You see those columns behind you?

Charlie Croker: [looks behind him and sees the pillars] What about them?

John Bridger: That's where they used to string up thieves who felt fine.

Charlie Croker: After you.

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Steve: Still don't trust me?

Stella: I trust everyone. It's the devil inside them I don't trust.

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[Lorna picks Charlie up from prison]

Charlie Croker: This car belongs to the Pakistani ambassador!

Lorna: It does?

Charlie Croker: Typical, isn't it? I've been out of jail five minutes, and already I'm in a hot car.

Lorna: Charlie, I just wanted you to come out in style, baby.

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Steve: Take your hands off the wheel! Don't even think about it, just do it!

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Actor Reharsing in Car: Turn in your badge and your weapon. I don't want to see you anywhere near this investigation.
[Drinks from an imaginary cup and then pretends to crush the cup]

Actor Reharsing in Car: Crush

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Mashkov: [as Mashkov's men are taking him away, Steve's panicking]

Steve: Look, I'll double whatever Charlie's given you, just don't shoot me!

Mashkov: Shoot you? I'm not going to shoot you. No, I'm going to take you to my workplace. I think you'll be very interested in some of the machinery I use.

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Lyle: You want all greens? 'Cause, ah, 'cause you got 'em.
[chuckles]

Charlie Croker: What have you got?

Lyle: Welcome to L.A.'s Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control Operations Center. See, they use video feeds from intersections and specifically designed algorithms to predict traffic conditions, and thereby control traffic lights. So all I did was come up with my own... kick ass algorithm to sneak in, and now we own the place.

Charlie Croker: You want to do a dry run?

Lyle: [singsong] I thought you'd never ask.

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Charlie Croker: A police boat can get from the station to our position in seven. That means you've got four minutes to work your magic.

John Bridger: Now, you told me ten and you said that I would have five.

Charlie Croker: When?
[John smiles]

Charlie Croker: Do not be messing with me right now. I will kick your ass.

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Stella: You know this was never about the gold.

Steve: What ever helps you sleep at night sweetheart.
[Stella punches Steve]

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Lyle: [after realizing how much money they have stolen] Woo. Yeah.
[pauses]

Lyle: I got the Holy Spirit... get on it... it's a good train.

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Steve: What the **** happened to my truck?

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Lyle: You'll never shut down the real Napster.

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Lyle: I am The Napster.

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John Bridger: How are you?

Charlie Croker: [shrugging] I'm fine.

John Bridger: Fine? You know what fine stands for, don't you?

Charlie Croker: Unfortnately, yeah.

John Bridger: Freaked out...

Charlie Croker: Insecure...

John Bridger: Neurotic...

Charlie Croker: And Emotional.

John Bridger: You see those pillars over there?

Charlie Croker: [looks behind him and sees the pillars] What about them?

John Bridger: That's where they used to string up thieves who felt fine.

Charlie Croker: After you.

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First Detective: Do you always work in the dark?

Stella Bridger: Makes me feel like I'm alone.

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Left Ear: [reading from a guide book] "Learn the language of poetry, art, romance, sex..."

Handsome Rob: Unlike you, my friend, I don't need a guide book. Can we go?

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Stella: I trust everyone. It's the devil inside them I don't trust.

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Steve: [as he is being dragged away] Come on, Charlie.

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Charlie Croker: [to Steve] It's over when I say it's over.

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Charlie Croker: Hello Steve.

Steve: Charlie. Not bad, Charlie. Really, not bad.

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Lyle: [after he causes a traffic jam] Oops. Wow, did I...? Oops! But it's awesome. Is that not awesome?

Charlie Croker: Can you change it back?

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Lyle: I'm getting a NAD T770 digital decoder with 70-watt amps and Burr-Brown DACs.

Left Ear: [confused] Yeah...

Lyle: It's a big stereo. Speakers so loud, they blow women's clothes off!

Handsome Rob: Now you're talking!

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Lyle: [to Rob] Wow, that is a nice car. Sorry Rob.

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Cop: Don't you want see what's inside?

Stella: I never look inside.

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Charlie Croker: Don't you want to see what's inside?

Stella: Absolutely.

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Skinny Pete: If there's one thing I know, it's never to mess with mother nature, mother in-laws and, mother freaking Ukrainians.

Charlie Croker: Look, I need a favor.

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Left Ear: This dude got dogs. I don't do dogs... I had a real bad experience, man.

Charlie Croker: What happened?

Left Ear: I had. A bad. Experience. Damn it. "I'm" deaf.

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Charlie Croker: You've got no imagination. You couldn't even decide what to do with all that money, so you had to buy what everybody else wanted.

Steve: Try this on your imagination, okay. That gold is already gone.

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Professor Simon Peach: Are they big? I like 'em big!

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Tailor: [Charlie is being measured for a suit after his release from prison] We haven't seen you for a while, sir.

Charlie Croker: No, I've been away.

Tailor: Well, I'm glad you're out- er... back.

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Charlie Croker: Bill?

Bill Bailey: Yes, Charlie?

Charlie Croker: Bill!

Bill Bailey: Yes, Charlie?

Charlie Croker: Burn this for me, will 'ya?

Bill Bailey: Yes, Charlie.

Charlie Croker: Oh, Bill?

Bill Bailey: Yes, Charlie?

Charlie Croker: Get rid of this, lot.

Bill Bailey: Yes, Charlie.

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Lyle: I'm getting a NAD T770 digital decoder with 70-watt amps and Burr-Brown DACs.

Left Ear: [confused] Yeah...

Lyle: It's a big stereo. Speakers so loud, they blow women's clothes off!

Handsome Rob: Now you're talking!

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Left Ear: We're in Italy, speak English.

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Charlie Croker: Me? I've been a thief since I had baby teeth.

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Steve: How about dinner?

Stella: You ask your last cable repair guy out to dinner?

Steve: No. But he had a handlebar mustache and weighed like 300 pounds.

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Stella: [teasing Handsome Rob] What... you couldn't get through traffic?

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Wrench: [upon first seeing Stella] Whoa, whoa whoa! We didn't get a chance to meet! Wrench.

Stella: [slapping a wrapped hoagie into his outstretched hand] Ham and cheese.

Wrench: Oh, that's cold.

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Lyle: [to Handsome Rob about Charlie's feelings for Stella, in an accent] What, you theenk he's meexing beesness with plezore?

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John Bridger: I'm sending you something.

Stella Bridger: Does it smell nice?

John Bridger: No. But it's sparkly.

Stella Bridger: Does it come with a receipt?

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Left Ear: This dude got dogs. I don't do dogs... I had a real bad experience, man.

Charlie Croker: What happened?

Left Ear: I had. A bad. Experience. Damn it. I'M deaf.

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Charlie Croker: You've got no imagination. You couldn't decide what to do with all that money, so you had to get what everybody else wanted.

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John Bridger: I sent it.

Charlie Croker: You're supposed to do your shopping after we pull off the job.

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Charlie Croker: Napster, Gridlock every route except the one we chose. Force that truck to go exactly where we want it to go.

Handsome Rob: Where do we want it to go? We can't have a shoot up without guns. We'd lose.

Charlie Croker: We do it like The Italian Job.

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[as they are dangling from under the road way, after Left Ear's gotten all the explosives in place, and is about to insert the detonater]

Left Ear: Just give me a minute.

Charlie Croker: [impatiently] NOW?

Left Ear: I'm about to insert this detonator tube, and if the brass touches the sides, we'll both be the last people we ever see.

Charlie Croker: [suddenly looking very nervous] Take all the time you need.

Left Ear: [after a long pause] Hey, Charlie?

Charlie Croker: What?

Left Ear: [pause] I love you, man.

Charlie Croker: I love you too.

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Lyle: And then he's just the media darling... He's on the cover of all the magazines, I should of been on the cover of wired magazine. you know what he said? he said he named it Napster because it was his nickname because of the nappy hair under the hat. But he, It's because I was NAPPING when he STOLE it from me. He didn't even graduate.

Handsome Rob: I think it's time to move on, don't you? They shut him down, I wish they would do the same to you.

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