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Quotes from Kill Bill: Volume 2

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    • Budd: Wakey wakey, eggs and bakey.
    • Bill: How do I look?
    • The Bride: You look ready.
    • [after getting covered with tobacco juice during her fight with the Bride]
    • Elle Driver: Gross.
    • [Esteban, an 80-year-old pimp, appraises The Bride]
    • Esteban Vihaio: If I had met you 40 years ago, you would have been my Number One lady.
    • The Bride: Well, I'm flattered.
    • Esteban Vihaio: You goddamn better well be.
    • The Bride: How did you find me?
    • Bill: I'm the man.
    • The Bride: Did he teach you that?
    • Bill: No. He teaches no one the five-point-palm-exploding-heart technique. Now, Kiddo, one of the things I always liked about you is you appear wise beyond your years. Then allow me to impart a word to the wise. Whatever - WHAT-EVER - Pai Mei says, obey. If you flash him, even for an instant, a defiant eye, he'll pluck it out. And if you throw any American sass his way, he will snap your back and your neck like they were twigs, and that will be the story of you.
    • Bill: Mommy is still angry at Daddy.
    • B.B.: Why?
    • Bill: Well sweety, I love Mommy, but I did to Mommy what you did to Emilio.
    • B.B.: You stomped on Mommy?
    • Bill: Worse. I shot Mommy. Not pretend shoot, like we were just doing. I shot her for real.
    • B.B.: Why? Did you want to see what would happen?
    • Bill: No, I knew what would happen to Mommy if I shot her. What I didn't know is, when I shot Mommy, what would happen to me.
    • B.B.: What happened?
    • Bill: I was very sad. And that was when I learned, some things, once you do, they can never be undone.
    • [punches through a block of wood from three inches away]
    • Pai Mei: Since your arm now belongs to me, I want it strong. Can you do that?
    • The Bride: I can, but not that close.
    • Pai Mei: Then you can't do it. What if your enemy is three inches in front of you, what do you do then? Curl into a ball? Or do you put your fist through him?
    • [in Mandarin; subtitled]
    • Pai Mei: It's the wood that should fear your hand, not the other way around. No wonder you can't do it, you acquiesce to defeat before you even begin.
    • Budd: You gotta hand it to the old girl. I never saw nobody buffalo Bill the way she buffaloed Bill. Bill used to think she was so damn smart. I tried to tell him... "Bill, she's just smart for a blonde."
    • Bill: I suppose the traditional way to conclude this is, we cross Hanzo swords. Well, it just so happens, this hacienda comes with its very own private beach. And this private beach just so happens to look particularly beautiful bathed in moonlight. And there just so happens to be a full moon out tonight. So, swordfighter, if you want to sword fight, that's where I suggest. But if you wanna be old school about it - and you know I'm all about old school - then we can wait till dawn, and slice each other up at sunrise, like a couple real-life, honest-to-goodness samurais.
    • [after telling the Bride where Bill is]
    • Esteban Vihaio: Bill is like a son to me. You know why I help you?
    • The Bride: No.
    • Esteban Vihaio: He would want me to.
    • The Bride: Now that I don't believe.
    • Esteban Vihaio: How else is he going to see you again?
    • Esteban Vihaio: I must warn you, young lady, I am susceptible to flattery.
    • [his opinion of Tommy]
    • Bill: When I first saw him... I like his hair.
    • The Bride: You promised you'd be nice.
    • Bill: No, I said I'd do my best. That's hardly a promise.
    • The Bride: I was wondering, just between us girls, what did you say to Pai Mei for him to snatch out your eye?
    • Elle Driver: And I told him, "To me the word of an old fool like you is worth less than nothing."
    • [Pai Mei keels over and dies, as Elle starts laughing]
    • [flashback showing Pai Mei snatching out Elle's eye]
    • Elle Driver: I called him a miserable old fool.
    • The Bride: Ooh, bad idea.
    • Elle Driver: You know what I did? I killed that miserable old fool.
    • [the Bride gasps as they show a flashback of Pai Mei gagging from the poison Elle put in his food]
    • [flashback]
    • Elle Driver: How do you like the fishheads you miserable old fool?
    • [Present]
    • Elle Driver: I poisoned his fishheads.
    • Pai Mei: Elle, you treacherous dog. I give you my word...
    • The Bride: You and I have unfinished business.
    • Bill: Baby, you ain't kidding.
    • Bill: Anyhow, they all fell under her Hanzo sword.
    • Budd: She's got a Hanzo sword?
    • Bill: He made one for her.
    • Budd: Didn't he swear a blood oath to never make another sword?
    • Bill: It would appear he has broken it.
    • Budd: Them Japs sure know how to hold a grudge.
    • [laughs]
    • Budd: Or maybe... you just tend to bring that out in people.
    • [after entering a cafe, covered head to toe in dirt]
    • The Bride: May I have a glass of water, please?
    • [to the viewers]
    • The Bride: Looked dead, didn't I? But I wasn't. But it wasn't from lack of trying, I can tell you that. Actually, Bill's last bullet put me in a coma. A coma I was to lie in for four years. When I woke up, I went on what the movie advertisements refer to as a 'roaring rampage of revenge.' I roared. And I rampaged. And I got bloody satisfaction. I've killed a hell of a lot of people to get to this point, but I have only one more. The last one. The one I'm driving to right now. The only one left. And when I arrive at my destination, I am gonna kill Bill.
    • [as the Deadly Vipers enter the chapel]
    • Reverend Harmony: What the hell?
    • [reading]
    • Elle Driver: "The venom of a black mamba can kill a human in four hours if, say, bitten on the ankle or the thumb. However, a bite to the face or torso can bring death from paralysis within 20 minutes." Now, you should listen to this, 'cause this concerns you. "The amount of venom that can be delivered from a single bite can be gargantuan." You know, I've always liked that word... 'gargantuan'... so rarely have an opportunity to use it in a sentence. "If not treated quickly with antivenom, 10 to 15 milligrams can be fatal to human beings. However, the black mamba can deliver as much as 100 to 400 milligrams of venom from a single bite."
    • [holding the Bride in an armlock]
    • Pai Mei: It's my arm now, I'll do what I want with it.
    • [the Bride sees B.B. for the first time]
    • [sits up]
    • B.B.: I am pervious to bullets, Mommy.
    • Bill: Hey, get back down there. You're playing possum.
    • [in a narrative tone]
    • Bill: So, as the smirking killer approached what she thought was a bullet-ridden corpse, that's when little B.B. fired!
    • [B.B. gets up and pretends to shoot the Bride]
    • B.B.: Bang bang!
    • Bill: You're dead, Mommy... so die.
    • [the Bride is still shocked]
    • Bill: B.B.
    • [comes out of it and acts out a huge death scene]
    • B.B.: Freeze, Mommy!
    • The Bride: Oh, B.B., you got me. I should have known... you are the best.
    • [collapses to the ground and pretends to die]
    • B.B.: Oh, Mommy, don't die. I was just playing.
    • The Bride: I know.
    • Bill: Bang bang!
    • [pretends to be shot]
    • Bill: Oh! She got us, B.B. I'm dying.
    • B.B.: Oh, I'm dying, I'm dying...
    • Bill: Fall down, sweetheart. Mommy shot you.
    • [both fall down and pretend to die]
    • [in a narrative tone]
    • Bill: But little did Quick-Draw Kiddo know that little B.B. was only playing possum, due to the fact that she was impervious to bullets.
    • Bill: What lies within that dart, just begging to course its way through your veins, is a potent and quite infallible truth serum. I call it "The Undisputed Truth." Twice as strong as sodium penethol, with none of the druggie after-effect. Oh, except for a slight wave of euphoria. Can you feel it?
    • The Bride: Euphoria?
    • Bill: Yeah.
    • The Bride: No.
    • Bill: Too bad.
    • [reading the inscription on Budd's Hanzo sword]
    • The Bride: "To my brother Budd, the only man I ever loved, Bill."
    • [in Cantonese; subtitled]
    • Pai Mei: From here you can get an excellent view of my foot.
    • The Bride: What are you doing here?
    • Bill: What am I doing? A moment ago, I was playin' my flute. But this moment, I'm looking at the most beautiful bride these old eyes have ever seen.
    • The Bride: Why are you here?
    • Bill: Last look.
    • The Bride: Are you going to be nice?
    • Bill: I've never been nice my whole life, but I'll do my best... to be sweet.
    • Elle Driver: She put a Black Mamba in his camper.
    • [pause]
    • Elle Driver: I got her, sweety.
    • [pause]
    • Elle Driver: She's dead.
    • [pause]
    • Elle Driver: Let me put it this way. If you ever start feeling sentimental, go to Barstow, California. When you get here, walk into a florist and buy a bunch of flowers. Then you take those flowers to Huntington cemetery on Fuller and Guadalupe, look for the headstone marked Paula Schultz, then lay them on the grave. Because you will be standing at the final resting place of BEATRIX KIDDO.
    • Bill: You hocked a Hattori Hanzo Sword?
    • Budd: Yep.
    • Bill: It was priceless.
    • Budd: Well, not in El Paso, it ain't. In El Paso I got me $250 for it.
    • Budd: You're telling me she cut through eighty-eight bodyguards before she got to O-Ren?
    • Bill: Nah, there weren't really eighty-eight of them. They just called themselves "The Crazy 88."
    • Budd: How come?
    • Bill: I don't know. I guess they thought it sounded cool.
    • Bill: Once upon a time in China, some believe, around the year one double-aught three, head priest of the White Lotus Clan, Pai Mei, was walking down the road, contemplating whatever it is that a man of Pai Mei's infinite power contemplates - which is another way of saying "who knows?" - when a Shaolin monk appeared, traveling in the opposite direction. As the monk and the priest crossed paths, Pai Mei, in a practically unfathomable display of generosity, gave the monk the slightest of nods. The nod was not returned. Now was it the intention of the Shaolin monk to insult Pai Mei? Or did he just fail to see the generous social gesture? The motives of the monk remain unknown. What is known, are the consequences. The next morning Pai Mei appeared at the Shaolin Temple and demanded of the Temple's head abbot that he offer Pai Mei his neck to repay the insult. The Abbot at first tried to console Pai Mei, only to find Pai Mei was inconsolable. So began the massacre of the Shaolin Temple and all sixty of the monks inside at the fists of the White Lotus. And so began the legend of Pai Mei's five-point-palm-exploding-heart technique.
    • The Bride: And what, pray tell, is the five-point-palm-exploding-heart technique?
    • Bill: Quite simply, the deadliest blow in all of martial arts. He hits you with his fingertips at five different pressure points on your body. And then he lets you walk away. But after you've taken five steps, your heart explodes inside your body, and you fall to the floor, dead.
    • [Elle and The Bride each have a sword in hand]
    • Elle Driver: What's that?
    • The Bride: Budd's Hanzo sword.
    • Elle Driver: He said he pawned it.
    • The Bride: Guess that makes him a liar, don't it?
    • [Describing her pregnancy to Bill]
    • The Bride: Before that strip turned blue, I was a woman. I was your woman. I was a killer who killed for you. Before that strip turned blue, I would have jumped a motorcycle onto a speeding train... for you. But once that strip turned blue, I could no longer do any of those things. Not anymore. Because I was going to be a mother. Can you understand that?
    • Bill: Yes. But why didn't you tell me then instead of now?
    • The Bride: Because once I would have told you, you'd claim her, and I didn't want that.
    • Bill: Not your decision to make.
    • The Bride: Yes, but it was the right decision and I made it for my daughter. She deserved to be born with a clean slate. But with you, she would have been born in a world she shouldn't have. I had to choose... I chose her.
    • Esteban Vihaio: Bill shot you in the head, no?
    • The Bride: Yes.
    • Esteban Vihaio: I would've been much nicer. I would've just cut your face.
    • Bill: I told her you were asleep. But that one day you would wake up and come back to her. And she asked me, "if Mommy's been asleep since I was born, then how would she know what I look like?" To which I replied, "because Mommy's been dreaming of you." That's what I said.
    • [affectionately]
    • B.B: Did you dream of me? I dreamed of you.
    • [crying]
    • The Bride: Every single night, baby. Every single night.
    • The Bride: Now, the incident that happened at the Two Pines Wedding Chapel that put this whole gory story into motion, has since become legend. "Massacre At Two Pines". That's what the newspapers called it. The local TV news called it, "The El Paso, Texas, Wedding Chapel Massacre". How it happened, who was there, how many got killed and who killed them - changes depending on who's telling the story. In actual fact, the massacre didn't happen during a wedding at all. It was a wedding rehearsal.
    • Esteban Vihaio: How may I be of service to you?
    • The Bride: Where's Bill?
    • Esteban Vihaio: Ahh... You must be Beatrix. I can see the attraction. I remember when Bill was only five years old, I took him to the movies. It was a movie starring Lana Turner. "The Postman Always Ring Twice" with John Garfields. And whenever she would appear on the screen, Bill would begin to suck his thumb to an obscene amount. And I knew from this very moment, that this boy was a fool for blondes. Mmm...
    • Esteban Vihaio: What were we talking about?
    • The Bride: Bill. Where's Bill?
    • Esteban Vihaio: Where's Bill? Yeah... Hmm... Bill is on the Villa Quatro, on the road to Salina. I will draw you a map.
    • [doorbell rings]
    • The Bride: Hello, can I help you?
    • Karen Kim: Hello, I'm Karen Kim, I'm the hospitality manager of the hotel. I have a welcome gift from the management.
    • The Bride: Oh, that's nice.
    • [drops pregnancy test, bends down to get it ]
    • The Bride: Um... Can you just leave it by the door?
    • [Karen shoots a hole through the door]
    • Budd: This is for breaking my brother's heart.
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: Your so-called kung-fu... is really... quite pathetic.
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: Your swordsmanship is amateur at best.
    • Elle Driver: Okay, I'm leaving now, go smoke some pot or something. I'll be there soon.
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: So my pathetic friend... is there anything that you can do well?
    • [reading]
    • Elle Driver: "In Africa, the saying goes 'In the bush, an elephant can kill you, a leopard can kill you, and a black mamba can kill you. But only with the mamba is death sure.' Hence its handle, 'Death Incarnate.'" Pretty cool, huh?
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: Just like all Yankee women, all you are good at is ordering in restaurants... and spending a man's money!
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: The exquisite art of the samurai sword? Don't make me laugh! You're so-called exquisite art is only fit for Japanese fatheads!
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: I despise the goddamn Japs!
    • Larry Gomez: Take a hit... be somebody, baby.
    • Larry Gomez: Fuckin' with your cash is the only thing you kids seem to understand!
    • Esteban Vihaio: Being a fool for a woman such as yourself is always the right thing to do.
    • Ernie: White women call this the silent treatment... and we let 'em think we don't like it.
    • The Bride: You want to come to the wedding?
    • Bill: Only if I can sit on the bride's side.
    • The Bride: You'll find it a bit lonely on my side.
    • Bill: Your side always was a bit lonely. But I wouldn't sit anywhere else.
    • Bill: Was my reaction really that surprising?
    • The Bride: Yes, it was. Could you do what you did? Of course you could. But, I never thought you would or could do that to me.
    • Bill: I'm really sorry, Kiddo. But you thought wrong.
    • Bill: Isn't it supposed to be bad luck for the groom to see the bride before the wedding?
    • Tommy Plympton: Well, let's just say I like to live dangerously.
    • Bill: I know just what you mean.
    • Larry Gomez: Let's go to the calendar! It's calendar time! Calendar time for Buddy!
    • [discussing Tommy Plympton, the Bride's husband-to-be]
    • Bill: And what does he do for a living?
    • The Bride: He owns a record store.
    • Bill: Ah. And what do you plan to do?
    • The Bride: I work in the record store.
    • Bill: Ah. Suddenly, it all seems so clear.
    • Bill: I was just admiring your sword. Quite a piece of work. Speaking of which, how is Hanzo-san?
    • The Bride: He's good.
    • Bill: Has his sushi gotten any better?
    • [shakes her head]
    • Bill: You know, I couldn't believe it. You got him to make you a sword.
    • The Bride: It was easy. I just dropped your name, Bill.
    • [chuckles]
    • Bill: That'd do it.
    • [after the Bride convinces Karen Kim not to kill her because she's pregnant, Karen backs out of the room holding a shotgun on he]
    • Karen Kim: Congratulations.
    • [runs]
    • Elle Driver: Bill tells me you had a Hanzo sword once.
    • Budd: Yeah.
    • [examining the Bride's sword]
    • Elle Driver: How does this one compare to that one?
    • Budd: If you're gonna compare a Hanzo sword, you compare it to every other sword ever made... that wasn't made by Hattori Hanzo.
    • [to the Bride]
    • Pai Mei: If you want to eat like a dog, you can live and sleep outside like a dog. If you want to live and sleep like a human, pick up those sticks!
    • [in Cantonese]
    • Pai Mei: Do you believe you are my match?
    • The Bride: No.
    • Pai Mei: Are you aware I kill at will?
    • The Bride: Yes.
    • Pai Mei: Is it your wish to die?
    • The Bride: No.
    • Pai Mei: Then you must be stupid... so stupid.
    • Reverend Harmony: Rufus... he's the man.
    • [to Rufus]
    • Reverend Harmony: Who was that you used to play for?
    • Rufus: Rufus Thomas.
    • Reverend Harmony: Rufus Thomas...
    • [to Bride]
    • Reverend Harmony: Rufus Thomas.
    • Rufus: I was a Drell. I was a Drifter. I was a Coaster. I was part of The Gang. I was a Bar-Kay... If they come through Texas, I done played with them.
    • Reverend Harmony: Rufus... He's the man.
    • Final Title Card: The lioness has rejoined her cub, and all is right in the jungle.
    • [first lines]
    • Bill: Do you find me sadistic? You know, Kiddo, I'd like to believe that you're aware enough even now to know that there's nothing sadistic in my actions. At this moment, this is me at my most masochistic.
    • The Bride: Bill, it's your bab...
    • [BLAM!]
    • [last lines]
    • a crew member: Ok, mark it. And action.
    • [man screams in pain]
    • a crew member: Cut.
    • The Bride: Oh, come on, let's do it again.
    • [a crew member laughs]
    • Elle Driver: Hmm, I'm sorry, Budd. That was rude of me, wasn't it? Budd, I'd like to introduce my friend, the black mamba. Black mamba, this is Budd.
    • The Bride: Do I look pretty?
    • Bill: Oh, yes.
    • The Bride: Thank you.
    • Bill: Lucky for us all, that's not the case.
    • The Bride: Looked dead didn't I? But I wasn't. But, it wasn't from a lack of trying I'll dead you that. Actually Bill's last bullet put me in a coma. A coma I was to lie in for 4 years. When I woke up, I went on with what the movie advertisements refer to as a "roaring rampage of revenge". I roared and I rampaged and I got bloody satisfaction. I've killed a hell lot of people to get to this point. But I've only got one more. The last one. The one I'm driving to right now. The only one left and when I arrive at my destination - I am gonna kill bill.
    • Bill: Baby, don't you think Mommy has the prettiest hair in the whole wide world?
    • [smiling]
    • B.B.: Yes, I do.
    • Bill: Matter of fact, it's better than pretty. What's better than pretty?
    • B.B.: Hmm. Gorgeous!
    • Bill: Very good. Gorgeous. Mommy is gorgeous.
    • [flattery doesn't bring him any luck]
    • Bill: Mm. You know, sweetie, Mommy is kind of mad at Daddy.
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