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  James Cole: Five billion people died in 1996 and 1997. Almost the entire population of the world. About one percent of us survived.
Doctor: Are you going to save us, Mr. Cole?
James Cole: How can I save you? This already happened. I can't save you, nobody can. I am simply trying to gather information for the people of the present to track the virus.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: We're all monkeys.
       
       
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  Person on Radio: Sheriffs from three jurisdictions, apparently including special tactical unit personnel, have now been mobilized to control the growing thousands of onlookers here in Fresno, California. As the rescue operation...
Dr. Kathryn Railly: Does that disturb you?
James Cole: No. I thought it was about us. I thought they might have captured us and arrested me.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: Get out! Get out! He's in my chair.
       
       
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  James Cole: This is a place for crazy people. I'm not crazy. Doctor: We don't use that term "crazy," Mr. Cole. Cole: You've got some real nuts here.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: I... I guess they gave you a couple of strings. Drugs! What'd they give you? Thorzine? Haldol? How much? How much? Know you doses. Know your doses. It's elementary.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: Thank you Einstein. Now HE, HE was nuts, he was a fruitcake!
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: If you forget one thing, I will have you shaved, sterilized and destroyed!
       
       
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  James Cole: This air, such wonderful air.
Dr. Kathryn Railly: What's wonderful about the air, James?
James Cole: Very fresh, no germs.
Dr. Kathryn Railly: Why don't you think there aren't any germs in the air?
James Cole: This is October, right?
Dr. Kathryn Railly: April.
James Cole: What year is this?
Dr. Kathryn Railly: What year do you think this is?
James Cole: 1996.
Dr. Kathryn Railly: That's the future, James. Do you think you're living in the future?
James Cole: 1996 is the past.
Dr. Kathryn Railly: No, 1996 is the future. This is 1990.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: Games. Here some games. Games that don't wanna get out. Ya see, more games. Games, they vegetize ya. Ya see. If you play the games, you're voluntarily taking a tranquilizer.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: Take germs for example.
James Cole: Germs?
Jeffrey Goines: Uh-huh. Eighteenth century, no such thing. Notta. Nothing. No one ever imagined such a thing. No sane person. Ah-uh-huh. Along comes this doctor ah-ah-ah Simulice, Simulice. Simulice comes along. He's trying to convince people, well doctors mainly, that's there's teen, tiny invisible bad things called "germs" that get into your body and make you sick. He's trying to get doctors to wash their hands. What is this guy? Crazy? Teeny, tiny, invisible? What do they call it? Uh-uh, germs? Huh? What? Now, up to the 20th century, last week, as a matter of fact (before I got dragged into this hellhole). I go in to order a burger at this fast food joint, and the guy drops it on the floor. James, he picks it up, wipes it off. He hands it to me like it's all OK. "What about the germs?" I say. He says, "I don't believe in germs. Germs is a plot made up so they could sell disinfectants and soaps." Now he's crazy, right?
[Cole eats the spider.]
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: GET OUTTA MY CHAIR!!!
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: Mastercard... Visa... the key to happiness!
       
       
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  Dr. Goines' assistant: Excuse me.
Jones: It's obscene; the violence all the lunacy. Shootings even at airports now. You might say we're the next endangered species. Human beings.
Dr. Goines' assistant: I think you're right, ma'am. I think you've hit the nail on the head.
Jones: Jones is my name. I'm in insurance.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: You know what crazy is? Crazy is majority rules.
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: No more monkey business! NO MORE MONKEY BUSINESS!
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: What're you writing?
James Cole: It's private.
Jeffrey Goines: Lawsuit?
James Cole: It's PRIVATE!
Jeffrey Goines: You gonna sue 'em?
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: Here's my theory on this. When I was institutionalized, my brain was exhausted laid by the guys of mental health. I was interrogated. I was x-rayed. I was examined thoroughly (hack). then they took everything about me and put it into a computer where they created a model of my mind. Yes! Using that model, they managed to generate every thought that I could possibly have in the next, say, ten years. Which they then filtered through a probability matrix of some kind to determine everything I was gonna do in that period. So you see, she knew I was going to lead the 12 Monkeys into the pages of history before it ever even occurred to me. So, she knows everything I'm ever gonna do before I ever know it myself. How's that?
       
       
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  Jeffrey Goines: There's the television. It's all right there. It's all right there. Look. Listen. Kneel. Pray. Commercials.
       
       
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  Guard: Volunteer duty!
James Cole: I didn't volunteer.
Guard: You causing trouble again?
James Cole: No, no trouble.
       
       
Sounds courtesy of Movie Sounds Page and Universal Pictures.
 

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