Schyler Quotes in Every Which Way But Loose (1978)


Schyler Quotes:

  • Lynn Halsey-Taylor: [kissing a man outside the Zanzibar after the show] Like me?

    [he kisses her]

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: Want me?

    Harlan: Let's go.

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: Harlan... I've got a friend. It's OK though. He won't mind. He might just want to come along.

    Harlan: [thinking for a moment] Let's go.

    [Lynn stops when she sees Philo standing in the shadows]

    Harlan: Is this your...

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: [cutting him off] No.

    Harlan: You want to talk to him?

    Philo Beddoe: [to Harlan] The lady and I have a little business. I expect you'll be excusing us.

    Harlan: Maybe you ought to excuse yourself.

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: It's OK, Harlan. I'll just be a minute.

    Harlan: Are you sure?

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: Yes.

    [Harlan walks off]

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: [to Philo, coldly] It's your own goddamn fault. Who asked you to follow me?

    Philo Beddoe: [stunned] I just thought...

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: [interrupting] You thought? If you'd thought, you would've taken some very broad hints! I've been trying to get rid of you practically ever since the first night we met!

    Philo Beddoe: What about Taos?

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: What about it?

    [in disgust]

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: I need it just like anybody else.

    Philo Beddoe: You do this all the time?

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: [sardonically] Yeah, I do this all the time! And you and me had our time! So how come you don't know when to disappear?

    Philo Beddoe: [she turns to leave... Philo grabs her arm] Come here.

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: Take your hands off me!

    Schyler: [stepping from shadows] Lynn? Is everything all right?

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: Schuyler, this is the one from L.A... the one who's been following me. The big dumb one I told you about.

    Philo Beddoe: Schuyler with the shotgun?

    Lynn Halsey-Taylor: That was MY idea. I was hoping he'd scare you away.

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