Blondie Quotes in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015)
Blondie: Here. Drink this.
Thomas: What is it?
Blondie: The price of admission.
Alice Moore: Could I have my robe, please?
Blondie: Sure. Gee whiz, honey! Its torn to ribbons!
Alice Moore: Could I have the key to the swimming pool?
Blondie: Of course, dearie.
Irena Dubrovna: Is Miss Moore in?
Blondie: She just went downstairs to the swimming pool.
Irena Dubrovna: Would it be alright if I went down to see her?
Blondie: Of course, dearie. Right down them steps there.
Blondie: Gee whiz, dearie, are you alright?
Guglione: What do you say I come by your place later on with a bottle of wine after you're finished. Hm?
Blondie: You know something, Mr. Guglione?
Blondie: You are a real bastard.
Blondie: Make it around midnight.
Lottie: That shows you what you know. You don't have to sing in burlesque. Mr. Kinskey says you just gotta be a looker. And nobody can say I'm not that!
Blondie: Oh, you're screwy and you don't know it.
Lottie: Well, if appearing on the stage is wrong and having a few decent things of my own is wrong, then give me plenty of it!
Blondie: Good luck then. I guess you'll be all right. If you ever need a pal, you'll let me know, won't you?
Lottie: Sure I will, kid. I like you, Blondie. I've always liked you.
Blondie: Well, goodbye, mug. Take care of yourself, won't you?
Blondie: Lucky chump.
Lottie: Not really so lucky.
Blondie: Oh, you're doin' great, kitty!
Lottie: Are you stuck on anyone?
Blondie: Oh, I can't get a kick outta any hicks I bump into after seeing how a real young man acts.
Lottie: Oh and how do you know how a real gentleman acts?
Blondie: In the movies! I go to them all the time.
Larry: You don't suppose there is any truth to the rumor that Chinamen eat dogs?
Blondie: Oh, I hadn't heard that.
Larry: Well, there couldn't be any possible connection between, eh, chow mein and chow dogs.
Blondie: Oh, aren't you a peach! Wow! I bet I look kinda hot in this!
Larry: Come here! Stop it, stop it, stop it, stop it. Who do you think you are?
Blondie: What do you think you are?
Larry: What you need is a drink!
Blondie: I don't drink.
Larry: Stay out late nights?
Larry: Like the boys?
Larry: Do you eat?
Larry: That's all right. I'll take you out to dinner.
Blondie: Oh, you're fresh!
Lottie: Blondie, what on earth made you fly away like that? Like a veritable sky rocket.
Blondie: Lottie, you're a scream. Doesn't she make you laugh?
Larry: Yes, she does.
Blondie: She was always like that. Even in the store. Just out of nowhere she'd get so hotsy-totsy. Even the customers would laugh.
Blondie: Say, how much do they pay those girls to be in the show? Huh?
Larry: Oh, about 50, 60, 70 dollars a week.
Blondie: Do you think you could fix it up for me?
Blondie: Where are we going?
Larry: I know a nice, quiet, little Speakeasy; where they have soft music, soft lights, and hard liquor.
Larry: You're a darling.
[Leans down and kisses Blondie]
Blondie: Don't Mister. If you don't mean it.
Blondie: My sister, you know, she's married to my brother-in-law.
Larry: Oh, what does he do?
Blondie: Oh, well, he doesn't like to work. He's very sensitive. He says work gets on his nerves. He'd like to be an adventurer, he says.
Lottie: Get into bed, kid. And I'll tell you an earful.
Pa McClune: I've finished.
Blondie: Not with me, Pa?
Pa McClune: No, Blondie. I'll never finish with you, never. What I meant was I've finished being an old time Pa. I've thought it over carefully. A father shouldn't - shouldn't try to stop a kid from doing something that she wants to do. That is, unless, its very wrong. And you never could do anything very wrong. Could you, Blondie?
Blondie: You know I couldn't, Pa.
Blondie: You see if I don't know what its all about! I'll keep my promise to you about Larry. But, there are plenty of other men. And I'm going in for a big time, kitty!
Lottie: Cut it out! Cut it out!
Blondie: I won't cut it out! You watch my smoke!
Blondie: It will be a lucky girl who gets you seriously.
Larry: The lady who did get me seriously, turned out to be very lucky.
Blondie: And who was that?
Larry: Well, if this isn't a palace of luck in a circus, I don't know what is. Step up boys and girls and take your chance on the bigger life!
Lottie: It looks like old home week.
Blondie: Won't you sit down, Lurlene. Larry has to hurry.
Lottie: Now that I'm here, its a wonder he doesn't jump right through the window.
Larry: I'm saving that for when the market reaches the bottom.
Jimmy: Garbo! Garbo. Garbo. Garbo. Garbo! Garbo! Garbo. Garbo.
Blondie: [in a Swedish accent] Who are you? Why are you here?
Jimmy: To breathe the air you breathe. I'm nuts about it! I'm nuts about it.
Blondie: Oh, that face. Why does it look at me like that?
Jimmy: Because I'm a cad.
Jimmy: How tired you are.
Blondie: Yes. I am tired. So, tired...
Jimmy: You killing me.
Blondie: Go! I want to be alone.
Jimmy: What a mama! What a mama. Please, please, please let me stay.
Blondie: Well, just for the week then.
Blondie: Everything's an accident. Don't kid yourself.
Larry: What do your doctors say?
Blondie: What do doctors say? They look you over. They smile. They hurt you and shake their heads. They're non-committal. I think that's what the word is, isn't it?
Blondie: You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.
Blondie: [counting Angel Eyes' men] One, two, three, four, five, six. Six. Perfect number.
Angel Eyes: Huh. Isn't three the perfect number?
Blondie: Mm... yeah. But I've got six more bullets in my gun.
Blondie: [clicks his tongue] Such ingratitude, after all the times I saved your life.
Blondie: Every gun makes its own tune.
Tuco: [trying to read a note] "See you soon, id... " "idi... "
Blondie: [taking the note] "Idiots".
[He hand the note back to Tuco]
Blondie: It's for you.
Tuco: [thinking the cavalry they've met are Confederate] Hurrah! Hurrah for the Confederacy! HURRAH! Down with General Grant! Hurrah for General... what's his name?
Tuco: Lee! LEE! Ha ha! God is with us because he hates the Yanks too. HURRAH!
Blondie: [spits] God's not on our side because he hates *idiots* also.
[the commander of the cavalry patrol they've met reveals his blue uniform]
[surveying some Civil War carnage]
Blondie: I've never seen so many men wasted so badly.
Blondie: It's not a joke, it's a rope, Tuco. Now I want you to get up there and put your head in that noose.
Blondie: Two hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money. We're gonna have to earn it.
Tuco: I'm very happy you are working with me! And we're together again.
Tuco: I get dressed, I kill him and be right back.
Blondie: Listen, I forgot to mention... He's not alone. There's five of 'em.
Blondie: Yeah, five of 'em.
Tuco: So, that's why you came to Tuco.
Tuco: It doesn't matter, I'll kill them all.
Blondie: You may run the risks, my friend, but I do the cutting. We cut down my percentage - uh, cigar? - liable to interfere with my aim.
Tuco: But if you miss you had better miss very well. Whoever double-crosses me and leaves me alive, he understands nothing about Tuco. Nothing!
[Chuckles, bites cigar]
Blondie: [With Tuco's gun pointed at him, Blondie has no choice but to let his new partner hang] Sorry, Shorty.
Tuco: I'll kill you!
Blondie: [gasps out in a whisper] If you do that, you'll always be poor... just like the greasy rat that you are.
Blondie: [appearing beside Tuco] Were you gonna die alone?
Blondie: If your friends stay out in the damp, they're liable to catch a cold aren't they... or a bullet.
Blondie: I mean our partnership is untied.
Tuco: [looks down at the noose still hanging from his neck]
Blondie: Oh no, not you, you remain tied. I'll keep the money and you can have the rope.
Blondie: If you shoot me, you won't see a cent of that money.
Angel Eyes: [frowning] Why?
Blondie: I'll tell you why.
[Blondie kicks the coffin lid open]
Blondie: Cause there's nothin' in here!
Bounty Hunter: [three bounty hunters have cornered Tuco] No! No pistol, amigo! It won't do you any good. There are three of us!
Mexican Bounty Hunter: [holding a wanted poster] Hey, amigo! You know you got a face beautiful enough to be worth $2000?
Blondie: [from behind them] Yeah, but you don't look like the one who'll collect it.
[Lights a cigar]
Blondie: A couple steps back.
[the bounty hunters draw their guns but Blondie guns down all three]
Blondie: Put your drawers on, and take your gun off.
Blondie: [watching the soldiers fighting on the bridge] I have a feeling it's really gonna be a good, long battle.
Tuco: Blondie, the money's on the other side of the river.
Blondie: Oh? Where?
Tuco: Amigo, I said on the other side, and that's enough. But while the Confederates are there we can't get across.
Blondie: What would happen if somebody were to blow up that bridge?
Tuco: Yeah. Then these idiots would go somewhere else to fight.
Blondie: [lighting his match] Maybe.
Tuco: [trying to read a grave that is marked "Unknown"] Unk-... unk-... there's no name on it.
Blondie: [showing him the stone the name was supposed to be written on stone] There's no name here, either. See, that's what Bill Carson told me... it was the grave marked "Unknown" right beside Arch Stanton.
Blondie: The way I figure, there's really not too much future with a sawed-off runt like you.
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