Queen Elizabeth II: [to her husband] Have you heard from the Spencers on what they wish to do with the funeral?
HM The Queen Mother: Oh no, no one tells me anything.

Somebody'll fetch you when the bus gets to St. Augustine. When your there, show 'em this. Tell them your name is Ray Charles Robinson. An' the sandwiches I made, don't eat them all at once... ya hear me?

Aretha Robinson

Passenger: Yeah, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death...
Jack: You want to walk a little faster through that valley there?

Move over, Cabbage.

Prince Philip

Will someone please save these people from themselves!

Tony Blair

Prince Philip: It's not fair!
Queen Elizabeth II: Yes, and further discussion would not be helpful.

Young Ray Robinson: Mama... please don't make me go away. I'll keep up with the normal kids. I'll be good, just like George.
Aretha Robinson: This got nothin' to do with George... I've taken you as far as I can, baby. The teachers at St. Augustine know things I can't teach you. An' you need an education in this world.

Portrait Artist: You may not be allowed to vote, ma'am, but it is your government.
Queen Elizabeth II: Yes. I suppose that is some consolation.

Della Bea Robinson: If only your mama was here.
Ray Charles: She's here. She ain't never left.

Quincy Jones: Say, daddy-o, what axe you play?
Ray Charles: Uh, piano. Just blew in from Tampa, Florida. Me and my partner, Gossie McGee, came here, you know, want to fatten up our style. Cop some licks from some more experienced cats, you dig?
Quincy Jones: You know what? Why don't you let me take you inside? You know, show you around.
Ray Charles: All right. Perfect gentleman.

Reuben: Look, we all go way back and, uh, I owe you from the thing with the guy in the place and I'll never forget it.
Danny: That was our pleasure.
Rusty: I'd never been to Belize.

Basher: We could use a pinch.
Danny: What's a pinch?
Basher: A pinch is a device which creates, like, a cardiac arrest for any broadband electrical circuitry. Better yet, a pinch is a bomb - now, but without the bomb. See, when a nuclear weapon detonates, it unleashes an electromagnetic pulse which shuts down any power source within its blast radius. Now that tends not to matter in most cases, because the nuclear weapon usually destroys anything you might need power for anyway. But a pinch creates a similar electromagnetic pulse, but without the fuss of mass destruction and death. So instead of Hiroshima, you'd be getting the 17th century.

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