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    • [from trailer]
    • Willoughby: You didn't happen to drill a *little* hole in the dentist today, did you?
    • [mouth numb]
    • Mildred Hayes: Of course not.
    • [from trailer]
    • [live on the news]
    • Mildred Hayes: My daughter Angela was murdered 7 months ago, it seems to me the police department is too busy torturing black folk to solve actual crimes.
    • Willoughby: I'd do anything to catch the guy who did it, Mrs. Hayes, but when the DNA don't match no one who's ever been arrested, and when the DNA don't match any other crime nationwide, and there wasn't a single eyewitness from the time she left your house to the time we found her, well... right now there ain't too much more we could do.
    • Mildred Hayes: You could pull blood from every man and boy in this town over the age of 8.
    • Willoughby: There's civil rights laws prevents that, Mrs. Hayes, and what if he was just passing through town?
    • Mildred Hayes: Pull blood from every man in the country.
    • Willoughby: And what if he was just passing through the country?
    • Mildred Hayes: If it was me, I'd start up a database, every male baby was born, stick 'em on it, and as soon as he done something wrong, cross reference it, make 100% certain it was a correct match, then kill him.
    • Willoughby: Yeah well, there's definitely civil rights laws that prevents that.
    • Mildred Hayes: Hey fuckhead!
    • Dixon: What?
    • Desk Sergeant: Don't say what, Dixon. When she comes in calling you a "fuckhead."
    • [to Mildred]
    • Father Montgomery: You know, if you hadn't stopped coming to church, you'd have a little more understanding of people's feelings.
    • [while platting flowers at the billboards, Mildred is startled by a wild dear that has crossed an open field and is now standing]
    • Mildred Hayes: Hey baby... Yup, still no arrests. How come I wonder? 'Cause there ain't no God and the whole world's empty, and it doesn't matter what we do to each other? I hope not. How come you came up here out of nowhere lookin' so pretty? You ain't trynta make me believe in reincarnation or somethin' are ya? 'Cause you're pretty but you ain't her... She got killed. Now she's dead forever. I do thank you for comin' though. If I had some food I'd give it to ya. All I got is some Doritos, 'n' they might kill ya, they're kinda pointy... Then where would we be?
    • Charlie: All this anger, man, it just begets greater anger.
    • [we see a boy throw a can at Mildred's car. Mildred, agitated by this, goes out of her car to confront him and a girl who was wi]
    • [trying to stop Mildred]
    • Robbie: Don't, don't!
    • [asking the boy and the girl]
    • Mildred Hayes: Hey there! You know who threw that can?
    • Boy: What can?
    • [Mildred kicks the boy in the crotch]
    • Mildred Hayes: How about you, sweetheart? You know who threw that can?
    • Girl: Uh, no, I didn't really see...
    • [before the girl could complete her answer, Mildred kicks her in the crotch as well]
    • Robbie: Thank you, Mom.
    • Dixon: What are you, an idiot?
    • Desk Sergeant: Don't call me an idiot, Dixon!
    • Dixon: I didn't call you an idiot, I asked if you was an idiot... That was a question.
    • Dixon: What's the matter with you, saying that goddamn stuff on TV?... My momma watches that station.
    • Mildred Hayes: She doesn't know about the torturing?
    • Dixon: No. She's against that kinda thing.
    • Willoughby: Who's against what?
    • Dixon: My momma is against persons-of-color-torturing. She said nigger-torturing. I said, You can't say nigger-torturing no more. You gotta say persons-of-color-torturing. Isn't that right, Chief?
    • Willoughby: You think I care about dentists?... I don't care about dentists... Nobody cares about dentists.
    • James: You know, I didn't have to come and hold your ladder.
    • Mildred Hayes: Hey, Dixon?
    • Dixon: Yeah?
    • Mildred Hayes: I need to tell you something... It was me that burned down the police station.
    • Dixon: Well, who the hell else would it have been?
    • [last lines]
    • Mildred Hayes: Dixon?
    • Dixon: Yeah?
    • Mildred Hayes: Are you sure about this?
    • Dixon: 'Bout killing this guy? Not really. You?
    • Mildred Hayes: Not really. I guess we can decide along the way.
    • Willoughby: If you got rid of every cop with vaguely racist leanings, then you'd have three cops left, and all o' them are gonna hate the fags, so what are ya gonna do, y'know?
    • Mildred Hayes: Wow. When you can't trust the lawyers and the advertising men, what the hell's America coming to, huh?
    • Anne: I just came to give you the letter. Now, my two little girls are out in the car, so I'd better not stay and chat. I'm not quite sure what we're going to do for the rest of the day. It's hard to know what to do the day your husband kills himself. It's hard to know what to do.
    • Mildred Hayes: You can ask me all the questions you want if you take me down and arrest me.
    • Abercrombie: I'm not gonna arrest you, Mrs. Hayes. I got nothing to arrest you for.
    • Mildred Hayes: Not yet you ain't...
    • Mildred Hayes: Did you really tell him Anger begets greater anger?
    • Penelope: Oh, yes! I did! I didn't make it up myself though. I can't claim that! No, I read it on a bookmark. Which was in a book I was reading. About polio.
    • Charlie: Polo.
    • Penelope: No, which is the one with the horses? Polio? Polo?
    • Charlie: Polo.
    • [while crying]
    • Mildred Hayes: I'll crucify you motherfuckers.
    • [after throwing Red out of the window]
    • Dixon: See, Red, I got issues with white folks too!
    • Willoughby: Oscar Wilde...
    • [Smiles in memories, shoots himself in the head]
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