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|AKA:||Denzel Hayes Washington Jr|
|Birthday:||December 28, 1954|
|Birthplace:||Mount Vernon, New York, United States|
|Educated At:||Fordham University, Mainland High School, Oakland Military Academy, Pennington-Grimes Elementary School|
|Nationality:||American, United States Of America|
|Occupations:||Actor, Director, Producer, Television Actor, Film Actor|
|Religion:||West Angeles Church Of God In Christ|
AKA: Denzel Hayes Washington Jr
Birthday: December 28, 1954
Birthplace: Mount Vernon, New York, United States
Educated At: Fordham University, Mainland High School, Oakland Military Academy, Pennington-Grimes Elementary School
Nationality: American, United States Of America
Occupations: Actor, Director, Producer, Television Actor, Film Actor
Religion: West Angeles Church Of God In Christ
Creasy: Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting.”
Roger: [in his home] Fuckin' vampires want my pension!”
Alonzo Harris: I ain't dead yet. Fuckin' prick.”
Coach Boone: Eight.
Coach Paul 'Doc' Hines: Yeah, twelve sounds better.”
Coach Boone: You're a Hall of Famer in my book! [both raise game ball in victory]”
Alonzo Harris: [to Jake] They build jails 'cause of me.”
Jamey Collins: [confused] what?
Joe Miller: [gradually raising his voice] are you gay?, You know a faggot? A punk, a fruit, a queen, a fairy a booby snatcher, rump roaster, pillow biter, ARE YOU GAY?”
Louie Lastik: [shouts] Sir yes, sir! I'm roomin' with Blue, sir! And I noticed that he wears that leopard-spotted underwear, Sir! Bikini-style, sir!
Coach Boone: OK. How about someone who's not your roommate?
Louie Lastik: Sir, I eat lunch with Rev. That's Jerry Harris, sir. People call him that 'cause he's always praying and he won't abide with a foul tongue, sir!
Coach Boone: And what's the Rev going to do after high school?
Louie Lastik: I don't know. Go to college and all that stuff, I guess.
Coach Boone: What about you? You going to college?
Louie Lastik: [laughs] No, not me coach. I ain't a brainiac like Rev.
Coach Boone: Think you got a future in football?
Louie Lastik: Heck no! I figured as long I'm going to be in school, I might as well hit some people while I'm at it.”
Coach Boone: Yes you can. When I was fifteen years old I lost my mother and my father in the same month Ronnie, same month. Twelve brothers and sisters I was the youngest one of them, now I wasn't ready either, but they needed me. Your team needs you tonight, you're the colonel, you're going to command your troops! Twins right 48 zero read, go!”
Bertier: There's my mother.
Coach Boone: Good. [nods his head at Gerry's mom] You take a look at her. Cause once you step on that bus you aint got your mama no more. You got your brothers on the team and you got your daddy. You know who your daddy is, doncha? Gary, if you want to play on this football team, you answer me when I ask you who is your daddy? Who's your daddy, Gary? Who's your daddy?
Coach Boone: And whose team is this, Gerry? Is this your team? Or is this your daddy's team?
Coach Boone: Now get on the bus. Put on your jacket first and then get on the bus.”
Coach Boone: Well I'm very happy to have the approval of a five-year-old.
Sheryl Yoast: I'm nine and a half, thank you very much.
Coach Boone: Why don't you get this little girl, some pretty dolls or something coach?
Coach Yoast: I've tried. She loves football.”
Big Ju: No, it ain't Coach. With all due respect, uh, you demanded more of us. You demanded perfection. Now, I ain't saying that I'm perfect, 'cause I'm not. And I ain't gonna never be. None of us are. But we have won every single game we have played till now. So this team is perfect. We stepped out on that field that way tonight. And, uh, if it's all the same to you, Coach Boone, that's how we want to leave it.
Coach Yost: Yeah. I hope you boys have learned as much from me this year as I've learned from you. You've taught this city how to trust the soul of a man rather than the look of him. And I guess it's about time I joined the club.”
Coach Boone: Put your hand down.
[Petey does as told]
Coach Boone: You're smiling.
Petey Jones: Yes.
Coach Boone: Yes, sir. Why are you smiling?
Petey Jones: 'Cause I love football. Football is fun.
Coach Boone: Fun, sir? It's fun?
Petey Jones: Yes.
Coach Boone: You sure?
Petey Jones: I think...
Coach Boone: Now you're thinkin'. First you smile, then you thinkin'. You think football is still fun?
Petey Jones: Uh, yes.
Coach Boone: Sir.
Petey Jones: Yes—no, sir.
Coach Boone: No?
Petey Jones: Um, it was fun.
Coach Boone: Not anymore though, is it? Is it?
Petey Jones: Not right now, no.
Coach Boone: No, it's not fun anymore. Not even a little bit.
Petey Jones: Uh... no.
Coach Boone: Make up your mind. Think since you're thinking. Go on, think. Is it fun?
Petey Jones: No, sir.
Coach Boone: No? Absolutely not?
Petey Jones: Zero fun, sir.
Coach Boone: [addresses team] All right, listen up! I'm Coach Boone. I'm gonna tell you about how much... *fun* you're gonna have this season.”