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Mrs. Kersh: There you go.
Beverly Marsh: Thank you.
Mrs. Kersh: Now, some music. [she puts on an old record]
Mrs. Kersh: There. [Beverly notices flies forming outside the window]
Mrs. Kersh: I do apologize. It gets so very hot here this time of year.
Beverly Marsh: It’s fine.
Mrs. Kersh: Well you feel like you could just about die. But you know what they say about Derry.
Beverly Marsh: Hm?
Mrs. Kersh: No one who dies here ever really dies. [she smiles and stares at Beverly in uncomfortable silence]
Mrs. Kersh: But tell me, how is it being back in Derry? [Beverly looks confused and frightened]
Beverly Marsh: Strange.
Mrs. Kersh: Strange? Oh, my… [she opens the top of her dress slightly and we see she has an ugly looking scar on her chest]”
Shaun: Well, are they still there?
Barbara: [over the phone] I’m not sure, we’ve shut the curtains.
Shaun: Did you try the police?
Barbara: [over the phone] Well, I thought about it.
Shaun: Are you OK? Did they hurt you?
Barbara: [over the phone] No, I’m fine. I’m fine.
Barbara: [over the phone] Well, they were a bit...bitey.
Shaun: [concerned] Mum, have you been bitten?
Barbara: [over the phone] No...but Philip has.
Shaun: [calmly] Oh, OK.
Ed: Has she been bitten?
Shaun: [to Ed] No, Philip has.
Ed: [calmly] Oh, OK.
Shaun: Listen, Mum, what sort of state is he in?
Barbara: [over the phone] Oh, he’s fine. Bit under the weather.
Shaun: I see.
Ed: What’s the deal?
Shaun: [to Ed] We may have to kill my stepdad.”
Shaun: Don’t say that!
Shaun: The zed-word. Don’t say it!
Ed: Why not?
Shaun: Because it’s ridiculous!
Ed: All right...are there any out there, though?
[Looking out of the letter box, he sees an empty street]
Shaun: I can’t see any. Maybe it’s not as bad as all that. [He turns his head and sees a pack of zombies] Oh, no, there they are.”
Ed: ‘Purple Rain’?
Ed: ‘Sign o’ the Times’?
Shaun: Definitely not.
Ed: The ‘Batman’ soundtrack?
Shaun: Throw it.
Ed: ‘Dire Straits’?
Shaun: Throw it.
Ed: Ooh, ‘Stone Roses.’
Shaun: Um, No.
Ed: ‘Second Coming.’
Shaun: I like it!
Ed: Ahhh! ‘Sade.’
Shaun: Yeah, but that’s Liz’s!
Ed: Yeah, but she did dump you.
Bill Murray: [cries in pain] Ow, I’m on fire! Ouch!
Tallahassee: You’re not a zombie, you’re talking and...you’re okay?
Bill Murray: The hell I am.
Wichita: I’m sorry. I didn’t know it was...it was ‘you’ you.
Tallahassee: Are you...? What’s with the get-up?
Bill Murray: Oh, I do it to blend in. You know. Zombies don’t mess with other zombies. Buddy of mine, makeup guy, he showed me how to do this. Corn starch. You know, some berries, a little licorice for the ladies. Suits my lifestyle, you know. I like to get out and do stuff. Just played nine holes on the Riviera. Just walked on. Nobody there.”
Malcolm Crowe: In your dreams? [Cole shakes his head no] While you're awake? [Cole nods] Dead people like, in graves? In coffins?
Cole Sear: Walking around like regular people. They don't see each other. They only see what they want to see. They don't know they're dead.
Malcolm Crowe: How often do you see them?
Cole Sear: All the time. They're everywhere.”
Barbara: [reading the handbook] In the book: 'Rule Number Two: the living usually won't see the dead.'
Adam: 'Won't' or 'can't'?
Barbara: It just says 'won't'. God, this book is so stupid. I can't understand anything in it. [Adam takes the book and closes it]
Adam: Barb, honey...we're dead. I don't think we have very much to worry about anymore.”
Allison: Well, it says to form a circle of salt to protect from zombies, witches, and old boyfriends.
Max: And what about new boyfriends?”
Hannah Baker: So you hate zombies? You're a zombie racist.
Clay Jensen: Just, like, I don't understand 'em. What's their story? They don't want to take over the world, kill their masters, anything interesting. They're not good or evil. They're just hungry... for brains. I mean, like, brains.”
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