Chuck: I thought only pansies wore neckties.
Ren: See that? I thought only assholes used the word "pansy".
Ren: [to Willard] Hey, I like that hat, man. They sell men's clothes where you
Reverend Shaw Moore: If our lord wasn't testing us, how would you account for
the proliferationse days, of this obscene rock and roll music, with its gospel
of easy sexuality and relaxed morality?
Reverend Shaw Moore: Even if this was not a law, which it is, I'm afraid I would
have a lot of difficulty endorsing an enterprise which is as fraught with
genuine peril as I believe this one to be. Besides the liquor and the drugs
which always seem to accompany such an event the thing that distresses me even
more, Ren, is the spiritual corruption that can be involved. These dances and
this kind of music can be destructive, and, uh, Ren, I'm afraid you're going to
find most of the people in our community are gonna agree with me on this.
Ren: You like Men At Work?
Willard: Where do they work?
Ren: Noy're a music group. How about The Police?
Willard: I seen them.
Ren: In concert?
Willard: No, behind you.
Ariel: Hey MacCormick! When this hat flies in the air, you better have your butt
Wes: Ethel are you sure you're not tired?
Ethel: No, Ren did most of the driving.
Amy: If you ask me, Ren is a total fox.
Wes: Where did you hear that? Ethel do you see how television and those kinds of
books influence children? You see?
Wes: Seems that a bunch of kids was raising some hell over at Burlington
Cranton's property a few days back. Tore up the fields, turned over a tractor
and everything. Today someone suggested to me there's been some trouble up at
the high school. I think it was drugs. You don't happen to know anything about
it do you.
Ren: [Quietly] No.
Wes: What was that, I can't hear you.
Amy: He said no.
Ren: I said no sir.