Tuff: Cowboy Up.

[after Lane gets kicked in the groin by the bull]

Kellie Frost: Is he OK?

Cody Lambert: He's fine. He ain't gonna be such a romantic buckaroo for a while but he'll be fine.

Kellie Frost: I don't like Bull Riders... They're little men with big egos. Besides, he's got one of them skinny butts like the rest of em'.

Kelly's Mom: Honey, I judge a man more by the size of his heart then his rear... It's likely to do you more good.

Lane Frost: [to bronc rider in bar] What's your name?

Tuff: [in background] Shithead!

Cody Lambert: That's what we need Tuff, a trademark.

Tuff: I got one, it's hard, full of juice, and barely fits in my jeans.

Lane Frost: Ohhh, Tuff.

Tuff: It's my flask, Lane. Cody, want some OJ?

Lane Frost: Awwww Tuff! You wet the bed!

Tuff: [six months after Lane died] Back in the spring, Lane said 'this is your year', that I'd win the big one. I told him he was full of it. Here it is, a couple of weeks away, and I really believe I got a chance. I never had anybody believe that much in me.

Kellie Frost: He really loved you, Tuff.

[camera switches to a tear going down Tuff's face]

Lane Frost: [about marriage] ... I guess it's like Bull Ridin'. You gotta stay on and try not to get bucked off.

Tuff: Were a tradition. Last of the dyin' breed.

Tuff: [six months after Lane died] Back in the spring, Lane said 'this is your year', that I'd win the championship. I told him he was full of it. Here it is, a couple of weeks away, and I really believe I got a chance. I never had anybody believe that much in me.

Kellie Frost: He really loved you, Tuff.

[camera switches to a tear going down Tuff's face]

Kellie Frost: They say it's not when you get hurt bull ridin', it's how bad.

Lane Frost: Naa, the bulls don't want nuthin' to do with ya. They just wanna buck you off and get on with there business. A'sides... people'll heard you a lot sooner.