Dr. Duncan Hume: This is such a one-horse town.

Six: And now it's a pale fucking horse.

Caesar Sargison: That's profiling now, Sarge. I'm being negatively stereotyped here.

Sgt. MacReady: If you were a minority, somebody might actually care.

PC. Rachel Heggie: Go to hell!

Six: Why bother? All the devils are here.

Six: People like to blame me, but I'm just a witness. The things that I see would make angels weep. And they have wept.

[last lines]

Six: That's my girl.

Ralph Beswick: And that, my boy, is what we call a nippy sweetie.

Sgt. MacReady: The world is full of evil. Police stations doubly so.

PC. Jack Warnock: I swear, my Joanne was never that tight. Even before she got the kids.

PC. Jennifer Mundie: It's the pelvic floor exercises, babe.

Ralph Beswick: But there's one thing I can not abide; it's a hypocrite.

PC. Rachel Heggie: How do you explain your presence here this evening, then?

Caesar Sargison: [laughing] Mr. Beswick just got owned!

Ralph Beswick: And what did you get?

Caesar Sargison: I got to watch! And I got a wicked little story to tell all my friends.

[first lines]

Caesar Sargison: Fuck! Oh fuck, shit!

PC. Rachel Heggie: What is it with this fucking town?

Six: A friend of mine used to say to me, human sin is as old as the world. And I was supposed to just sit there and watch? We couldn't agree on that one. Fucking semantics! Except I lost, and the loser doesn't get to go home. That's why we're the same, you and me. We're cast out. At least down here we get to do some good.

PC. Rachel Heggie: This is good?

Six: [looks away briefly in the direction of MacReady] In the face of that, what would you call it?