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|Birthday:||January 7, 1970|
|Birthplace:||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Nationality:||United States Of America|
|Occupations:||Television Actor, Film Actor, Voice Actor, Film Director, Screenwriter|
Doug E. Dougcharacter
Birthday: January 7, 1970
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Nationality: United States Of America
Occupations: Television Actor, Film Actor, Voice Actor, Film Director, Screenwriter
Sanka Coffie: How about I draw a line down the middle of your head so it looks like a butt?”
Derice Bannock: I can't believe you're still cold, mon.
Sanka Coffie: Cold? I'm freezing my royal Rastafarian nay-nays off!”
Derice Bannock: No mon, I'm not dead. We have to finish the race...”
Sanka Coffie: Hey, Baldie, get off my foot!
Yul Brenner: Don't touch me!”
Junior Bevill: How about 'Tallulah?'
Sanka Coffie: Tallulah! Hahaha! Tallulah! Sounds like a two-dollar hooker! Where you come up with that?
Junior Bevill: That's my mother's name.”
Derice Bannock: This is what the Swiss do to psych themselves up!
Sanka Coffie: They also make them little pocket knives, too, but I don't see you doing that!”
Derice Bannock: No, bobsled team.
Sanka Coffie: Whoever. Now, about the Wheaties box. I'm gunna be on it myself, right?
Derice Bannock: No, mon, you gunna be on it with me.”
Sanka Coffie: And you don't see the Swiss team smiling, neither. In fact, if one of those Swiss boys ever come across a pretty girl, he probably yell, 'eins, zwei, drei' and try to push her down some ice. [laughs]”
Kids: Who's the captain of our crew? Who's a friend to me and you? Kinda nice, good-looking too! Sanka, Sanka, yay, Sanka!
Sanka Coffie: Ha ha ha! Get back to work!
Derice Bannock: Who's the big hot bag of air, who doesn't have to comb his hair? Who doesn't bathe and doesn't care, Sanka, Sanka, yay, Sanka!”
Derice Bannock: And the one Junior...
Junior Bevill: Yu— [Yul gives him a 'don't even think about it' look] ... Sanka!
Derice Bannock: The fastest of the fastest of Jamaican sprinters...
Sanka Coffie, Derice Bannock, Junior Bevill: Go to Olympics, fight for Jamaica!”
Sanka Coffie: [laughing]
Yul Brenner: What are you laughing about? What are you laughing about?
Sanka Coffie: That's Buckingham Palace. You plan on living there, you're going to have to marry the Queen.
Junior Bevill: Yul, that's where the Queen of England lives.
Sanka Coffie: Face it, Yul Brenner you can start calling yourself Madonna but you're still going to end up in an outhouse shanty like every other dock-working nobody.
Junior Bevill: Mm, says who?
Sanka Coffie: Says me, rich boy. What do you know about it?
Junior Bevill: Well, I know my father started off in a one room hut. Now he lives in one of the biggest homes in Kingston.
Sanka Coffie: Well, he ain't your father.
Junior Bevill: He doesn't have to be. All he has to do is know what he wants and work hard for it. And if he wants it bad enough, he'll get it. Look, believe me, Sanka the more Yul Brenners we got making it in this world the better off this world will be, especially for Jamaicans. Go ahead, Yul Brenner. Go get your palace.”
Sanka Coffie: I say we make Derice the driver.
Irv: So do I, Sanka. So do I.”
Sanka Coffie: Oh, wait. Coach, I gotta go. You know?
Irv: Hold it.
Sanka Coffie: Hold it?
Irv: Hold it.
Sanka Coffie: Hold it?
Irv: Yeah, hold it!
Sanka Coffie: But, Coach, I can't hold it. We're not bobsledding yet.
Irv: Oh, yes we are. [pushes them off]
Sanka Coffie: Coach... Coach! [the bobsled picks up speed and careens down the track] Coach! COACH! Aaahh! Slow it down! Slow it—slow it down! Oh, my God! Oh, Derice, oh, Derice I hate you! I hate you! I hate you!”
Sanka Coffie: Ah, will you shut up about the damn Swiss! I mean, it was all that 'eins zwei drei' nonsense that got us all nervous in the first place.
Derice Bannock: Hey, man, look here, I'm just trying to get us off on the right foot.
Sanka Coffie: Well, the right foot for us is not the Swiss foot. I mean, come on, Derice, we can't be copying nobody else's style. We have our own style.
Derice Bannock: Kissing an egg is no kind of style. It's the Olympics here, it's no stupid push-cart derby. [Long pause]
Sanka Coffie: Let me tell you something, rasta, I didn't come up here to forget who I am and where I come from.
Derice Bannock: Neither did I. I'm just trying to be the best I can be.
Sanka Coffie: So am I, and the best I can be is Jamaican. Look, Derice, I've known you since Julie Jeffreys asked to see your ding-a-ling, and I'm telling you as a friend... if we look Jamaican, walk Jamaican, talk Jamaican and IS Jamaican, then we sure as hell better bobsled Jamaican.”
Irv: You're not. You're the brakeman.
Sanka Coffie: You don't understand, I am Sanka Coffie, I am the best pushcart driver in all of Jamaica! I must drive! Do you dig where I'm coming from?
Irv: Yeah, I dig where you're coming from.
Sanka Coffie: Good.
Irv: Now dig where I'm coming from. I'm coming from two gold medals. I'm coming from nine world records in both the two- and four-man events. I'm coming from ten years of intense competition with the best athletes in the world.
Sanka Coffie: That's a hell of a place to be coming from!”
Derice Bannock: Well, it's kind of a winter sport, you know.
Sanka Coffie: You mean winter, as in ice?
Derice Bannock: Possibly.
Sanka Coffie: You mean winter, as in igloos and Eskimos and penguins and ice?
Derice Bannock: Maybe.
Sanka Coffie: See ya!”