Severen: Howdy. I'm gonna separate your head from your shoulders. Hope you don't mind none.
Severen: [sucking blood off his fingers] It's finger-lickin' GOOD!
Loy Colton: Caleb, those people back there, they wasn't normal. Normal folks, they don't spit out bullets when you shoot 'em, no sir.
Jesse: I taught Severen everything he knew, but not everything I know.
Severen: I hate 'em when they ain't been shaved.
Severen: Hey, Jesse, remember that fire we started in Chicago?
Mae: Look, I'll take care of him!
Homer: You can't, Mae. I turned you, I taught you.
Mae: Well I turned him and I can teach him!
Severen: [smirking] What's the matter, Homer? You jealous? A little too little to be jealous.
Homer: You have any idea what it's like to be a big man on the inside and have a small body on the outside?
Severen: You have ANY idea what it's like to HEAR about it every NIGHT?
Caleb Colton: Sure was some kiss.
Mae: The night has its price.
Bartender: There are two ways you can leave these here premises.
Severen: Is that a fact?
Bartender: That's a fact. On your feet or on your back.
Severen: That's pretty tough words for a bartender, huh? Gee whiz. If you're not gonna serve me a drink, well... I'll just have to drink his.
[drinks the patron's shot and then spits it on him]
Severen: How can you drink that shit?
Caleb Colton: [Loy has pulled out a gun] Daddy, put that away. Ain't gonna do no good.
Loy Colton: What do you mean, it ain't gonna do no good?
Jesse: I'd listen to your son.
Loy Colton: I'd stop right there if I was you, mister.
Jesse: Not likely.
[Loy shoots him in the chest, Jesse coughs out the bullet and puts it in Loy's shirt pocket]
Jesse: For you.
Severen: Hey, Caleb! I hate to be an indian giver, I really do, but you disappointed me. Now you're gonna have to pay. First, you're gonna give me back my spur. Then I'm gonna knock your tonsils out your asshole. What do you think of them apples, huh?
Severen: [after shooting in the head a truck driver] Bull's-eye!
Severen: Cut the shit. I know you're awake. I can smell it.
Mae: There's somethin' I want to show you.
[Caleb and Mae get off the truck]
Caleb Colton: There's somethin' you want to show me?
Mae: Yeah. The night.
Caleb Colton: What about it?
Mae: It's dark.
Caleb Colton: I noticed.
Mae: It's so bright, it'll blind you.
Caleb Colton: I can't see.
Mae: Well, listen. Do you hear it?
Caleb Colton: I'm listenin'. I don't hear nothin'.
Mae: Listen hard. Do you hear it?
Caleb Colton: Hear what?
Mae: The night, it's deafening.
Severen: [Caleb has just met his father] 'Round and 'round and 'round she goes. Where she stops, nobody knows.
Mae: [after kissing Caleb] You're warm. Your skin's warm.
Sarah Colton: [Homer is staring at Sarah] It's impolite to stare.
Severen: Caleb, fasten your fuckin' seat belt!
Mae: Horses just don't like me.
Severen: [the group has just entered a bar] Well, I'll be goddamned. Shit-kicker heaven.
Caleb Colton: [crushing a mosquito] Dumb suck.
Severen: Let me do it, Jesse. Let me tap dance on him, won't ya?
Jesse: We give him a week to see if we can call him one of us.
Jesse: You're not gonna look so good... with your face ripped off.
Severen: [to Caleb] Park your carcass!
Diamondback: There's a fly on the ceilin'.
Caleb Colton: I ain't a person anymore. I don't know what I am. I'm sick!