Miss Schlowski Quotes in Kindergarten Cop (1990)
Miss Schlowski Quotes:
Miss Schlowski: What did it feel like to hit that son of a bitch?
Detective John Kimble: It felt great.
Assistant to Schlowski: [as they watch a helpless Kimble trying to get control of the kids] Aren't you going to break them up?
Miss Schlowski: No, two more days of this, then he'll quit!
Miss Schlowski: Your teacher, Miss O'Hara, had to go somewhere.
Dominic: Where'd she go?
Miss Schlowski: That doesn't matter.
Lowell: Did she die?
Miss Schlowski: No, Lowell, she went to see someone.
Lowell: Did they die?
Miss Schlowski: *No*, Lowell.
Lowell: Everyone dies, you know.
Miss Schlowski: Four weeks into the new semester, my superintendent informed me that I would have to replace Ms. O'Hara, a teacher of twenty-five years' experience, with an undercover police officer, and he wouldn't even tell me why. I don't suppose you'd do me the courtesy of filling me in?
Detective John Kimble: I can't do that.
Miss Schlowski: Oh, you can't do that. I'm watching you. All I have to do is tell my parents that you're here for something to do with the police, and they'll yank their kids out of here so fast we'd have to close the place. And don't you think I won't, if I feel *my* children are in any danger!
Detective John Kimble: They're not in danger.
Miss Schlowski: I have no idea what kind of police officer you are. But you're a very good teacher.
Detective John Kimble: [surprised] Thank you.
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