Aggie Quotes in Heartbreak Ridge (1986)


Aggie Quotes:

  • Aggie: Bad sex, bad whiskey and bad marriages, I never forget.

    Highway: You never talked dirty like that when we were married.

    Aggie: Yes I did; you were just never around to hear it.

  • Aggie: Aggie... My name was Aggie... I - I remember... My mommy brought me here once. We sat under the tree and she told me stories. They all had happy endings. Then those horrible men came and took me away and I never saw her again!

    Norman Babcock: Sometimes when people get scared, they say and do terrible things. I think you got so scared that you forgot who you are. But I don't think you're a witch. Not really.

    Aggie: You don't?

    Norman Babcock: I think you're just a little kid with a really special gift who only ever wanted people to understand her. So we're not all that different at all.

    Aggie: But what about the people who hurt you? Don't you ever want to make them suffer?

    Norman Babcock: Well, yeah, but what good would that do? You think just because there's bad people that there's no good ones either? I thought the same thing for a while. But there's always someone out there for you. Somewhere.

    Aggie: I just want my mommy.

    Norman Babcock: I'm sorry, Aggie. She's gone.

    Aggie: That story you were telling. How does it end?

    Norman Babcock: I think that's up to you.

    Aggie: Is this where they buried me?

    Norman Babcock: It's a pretty good place to sleep. Then you can be with your mom again.

  • Aggie: I burnt the book into dust. Now I don't have to listen to that stupid story anymore! Leave me alone.

    Norman Babcock: No. No, I'm not leaving. Just listen to me! Uhh... Once upon a time, long ago, there was a little girl.

    Aggie: What?

    Norman Babcock: A - a little girl who was different... Who was different from the other people in her village.

    Aggie: I'm not listening! La la la la la...

    Norman Babcock: She could see and - and do things that no one could understand! And that made them scared of her!

    Aggie: I don't like this story!

    Norman Babcock: She turned away from everyone and became sad and lonely, and had no one to turn to!

    Aggie: STOP IT.

    Norman Babcock: The more she turned away from people, the more scared they were of her. And they did something terrible! They became so scared that they took her away and they killed her!

    Aggie: NO.

    Norman Babcock: And even - and even though she was dead, something in her came back!

    Aggie: STOP.

    Norman Babcock: And this part of her, wouldn't go away even after three hundred years!

    Aggie: SHUT UP.

    Norman Babcock: And the longer it stayed, the less there was of the little girl.

    Aggie: I'll make you suffer!

    Norman Babcock: Why?

    Aggie: Because... Because...

    Norman Babcock: Because you want everyone to hurt just as much as you are. So whenever you wake up, you play this mean game, but you don't play fair!

    Aggie: They hurt me!

    Norman Babcock: So you hurt them back?

    Aggie: I wanted everyone to see how rotten they were!

    Norman Babcock: You're just like them, Agatha!

    Aggie: No, I'm not!

  • Aggie: I don't want to go to sleep. And you can't make me.

  • Aggie: [after they have snuck into the kitchen and found Helen's bra] Boobies, boobies, boobies.

  • Pepito: [Showing the girls his guillotine] It's quick, silent, and deadly.

    Aggie: Like Helene's special cheese.

  • Miss Clavel: What's going on, girls?

    Girls: Nothing!

    Chantal: We're not hiding anything.

    Madeline: I'll tell you what's going on. Lord Cucuface...

    Miss Clavel: Covington.

    Madeline: Cucuface! He's going to sell the school.

    [several girls gasp]

    Madeline: I heard it!

    Aggie: Is it true?

    Miss Clavel: [sighs softly] Yes, girls. Lord Covington intends to sell the school.

    [the girls talk indistictly among themselves about Lord Covington, then Miss Clavel silences them]

    Miss Clavel: Please... please... please.

    [the girls get silent]

    Miss Clavel: All of this is no reason for us to stop acting like proper young ladies. We will not fall to pieces, we will maintain composure. Lord *Covington* is showing the house tomorrow, and *I* intend for it to be spot... spotle -...


    Miss Clavel: Spotless.

    Aggie: Bless you.

    Miss Clavel: Thank you. Good night.

    [walks to the doorway to give the girls one last warning]

    Miss Clavel: And another thing: all of you young ladies know that there is a strict rule against pets in the school. What you do not know is that I'm highly allergic to dogs. Your new friend can sleep in the garden shed. Now to...

    [sneezes again]

    Miss Clavel: Bed.

  • Anna: I thought you said this was a girl's group.

    Sadie: It is. Aggie gets a free pass for being born with a clit.

    Shuli: Hey! He's not in a fucking circus, you can stop gawking at him.

    Shuli: Sorry, I didn't mean to look at you.

    Aggie: It's OK, I'm used to it.

    Sadie: Aggie's a tough one. Not everyone's got the balls to take it.

    Shuli: No pun intended, of course.

  • [last lines]

    Aggie: Say... is that a real gun?

  • Aggie: Do you care nothing for your daughter?

    Henry: I care a great deal for them both.

    Aggie: Cecil tell him!

    Cecil: [to her mother] I don't want to hurt John... or my sister.

  • Fred 'Sarge' Dobbs: Aliens ain't human, you know. But they could take human form.

    Aggie: All right Fred, I ain't listening to no more.

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