I had the best gunner in the entire United Army in S.E. Now I have you.

Wardaddy

Best job I ever had. [The rest of the cast then repeat this line.]

Wardaddy

Norman Ellison: They're coming.
Wardaddy: How many?
Norman Ellison: They're 300 of them.
Trini Garcia: It's five against 300.
Wardaddy: We ain't never run before. Why we gonna run now?

If you think it can't get worse, it can. The killing's not done. The dying's not done.

Wardaddy

These troops get by you, we're all dead in the water. All we got is you.

Captain Waggoner

Norman Ellison: I'm scared.
Wardaddy: I'm scared too.

I started this war killing Germans in Africa. Now I'm killing Germans in Germany. I promised my crew a long time ago I'd keep them alive. I've been with these fine gentlemen for years.

Wardaddy

Lou Bloom: Will this be on television?
Joe Loder: Morning news, if it bleeds it leads
Lou Bloom: Are you currently hiring?

I'm looking for a job. In fact, I've made up my mind to find a career that I can learn and grow into. Who am I? I'm a hard worker. I set high goals and I've been told that I'm persistent. And I'm thinking, television news might just be something that I love as well as something I happen to be good at. Now I know that today's work culture no longer caters to the job loyalty that could be promised to earlier generations. But I believe that good things come to those who work their asses off and that good people who reach the top of the mountain, didn't just fall there.

Lou Bloom

Lou Bloom: I'm starting a TV news business. I film breaking stories. Maybe you saw my item this morning, a fatal car jacking.
Rick: No, I mean, I don't have a TV.
Lou Bloom: Do you have a cell phone?
Rick: Yeah
Lou Bloom: Does it have GPS?
Rick: Yeah
Lou Bloom: Congratulations, you're hired.
Rick: Okay

Rick: You've gotta call the cops.
Lou Bloom: And we will, at the right time. We're going to find the person that drove that car.

Nina: We find our viewers are more interested in urban crime creeping into the suburbs. What that means is a victim, or victims, preferably well off and white, injured at the hands of the poor or minority.
Lou Bloom: Just crime?
Nina: No, accidents play, cars, busses, trains, planes, fires
Lou Bloom: But bloody
Nina: Well, graphic, the best and clearest way that I can phrase it to you, Lou, to capture the spirit of what we air is think of our newscast as a screaming woman, running down the street with her throat cut.
Lou Bloom: I understand.

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