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Josiah Sanchez (Character)
from "The Magnificent Seven" (1998)

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"The Magnificent Seven: Ghosts of the Confederacy (#1.0)" (1998)
Josiah Sanchez: No, I was, uh... I was a priest once, but, uh... had a little trouble turning the other cheek.

Buck Wilmington: Life's tough, huh? And then you die.
Josiah Sanchez: Mind not leaning against my bad leg.

Ezra Standish: [about conning a church congregation] Did fine too, until I attempted to save the soul of the mayor's daughter.
Josiah Sanchez: Saving souls has its hazards.

Vin Tanner: We can use another good man.
Josiah Sanchez: Not so good, but I can fight.

Josiah Sanchez: I'm a spiritual man. Sometimes I turn to the wrong kinds of spirits.

"The Magnificent Seven: Nemesis (#1.5)" (1998)
Josiah: Or would Chris Larabee ride again with the hard, complex men he had come to know? Gunmen like Buck Wilmington. And Vin Tanner, the bounty hunter with a price on his own head. The gambler Ezra. Or the greenhorn JD. Nathan, both healer and destroyer. And Josiah, placing his faith only in God and his gun.

Josiah: But I ain't doing nothing that's gonna keep me out of town on Saturday the fourteenth. And I don't aim to be killed before then, either. Hyah!
Buck: I'm ridin' with him.

Chris: The guy we're hunting for was close enough to sneak into my room and leave a dead body, and we're just sitting here eating breakfast!
Josiah: It's the most important meal of the day.

"The Magnificent Seven: Witness (#1.4)" (1998)
[looking at a beautiful woman]
Josiah: Now that, my friends, is proof that there is a God.
Vin: Amen, brother.
Ezra Standish: Mother!
Josiah: Mother? I always thought Ezra was raised by wolves.

[Maude leaves the saloon after winning a poker game]
Josiah: You need some help carryin' my money?

[Josiah prepares to deal]
Josiah: All right, gentleman, this game is called "Read 'em and Weep".
John "J.D." Dunne: I'm out.
Vin: I'm already weepin'.
Josiah: This game is called... solitaire.

"The Magnificent Seven: Working Girls (#1.2)" (1998)
Josiah: Was that a howl?

Wickes' Men: [men come barging into the church] We're lookin' for...
Josiah: God, I hope.

Chris Larabee: [Wickes has come looking for his girls] Anybody seen any girls?
Josiah: Just the ones on them horses.
Buck: [with utter disgust] All I see is a pig on a horse.

"The Magnificent Seven: Inmate 78 (#1.8)" (1998)
Ezra Standish: If I may, allow me to interview the deputy.
Buck: Why you?
Ezra Standish: Don't take this the wrong way, but you gentlemen occasionally lack the essential skills of tact and diplomacy.
Buck: What are you saying?
Josiah: I think he's sayin' we're rude.
Ezra Standish: Rude? No, rude would be a definite improvement. I'm sayin' you scare people and perhaps terrorizing them won't buy you any answers this time.
Vin: What do you have in mind?
Ezra Standish: I believe a little subtlety is in order.

Ezra: Don't take this the wrong way, but you gentlemen occasionally lack the essential skills of tact and diplomacy.
Buck: What are you saying?
Josiah: I think he's saying we're rude.
Ezra: Rude? No. Rude would be a definite improvement. I'm saying you scare people. And perhaps terrorizing them won't buy you any answers this time.

"The Magnificent Seven: Vendetta (#2.4)" (1999)
Josiah: An eye for an eye leaves us... blind.

Ma Nichols: Look at yourself. You're not a man of God. You're a... philistine. A handyman.
Josiah: Jesus was pretty good with a hammer.

"The Magnificent Seven: Manhunt (#1.7)" (1998)
Chief Ko-Je: They don't understand.
Josiah Sanchez: I believe I understand.
Chief Ko-Je: You know my son's reasons?
Josiah Sanchez: No...but I know what it's like to have a bible shoved down your mad that can make a man. See, my father was a missionary, just like Mosely. Did his work for a while...till we broke.
Chief Ko-Je: Your God...came between your father and you and between me and Chanu. Your God should find better things to do with his time.

"The Magnificent Seven: The Collector (#1.6)" (1998)
[looking at a poster advertising a touring floor show]
Josiah Sanchez: Yahweh has answered my prayers.
Nathan Jackson: What's Yahweh?
Josiah Sanchez: God to you.
Nathan Jackson: Prayin' for "Gettin' Gertie's Garter" to come into town?

"The Magnificent Seven: Sins of the Past (#2.2)" (1999)
Josiah: A woman like that renews a man's faith.
Ezra: In what?

"The Magnificent Seven: One Day Out West (#1.1)" (1998)
Judge Oren Travis: [leveling shot gun] Drop your gun belt.
Lucas James: [surprised] Don't know who I am, do ya?
Judge Oren Travis: No, and I don't care.
Lucas James: Well, you're makin' a big mistake pointin' that thing at me.
Judge Oren Travis: Sawed-off coach gun, double aught buck, should cut all three of you in half.
Lucas James: That stuff in there was self defense. Weren't it, boys?
Judge Oren Travis: He's unarmed, you shot him twice. That's murder in my book.
Lucas James: I admire your courage, old man, but there's three of us and one of you.
Vin: [drinking from a canteen] Hardly sounds fair.
Nathan Jackson: [leading horse] Nope.
Buck Wilmington: Well, howdy... boys.
[sits down]
Lucas James: [sees Chris] You stay outta this, cowboy, this ain't your fight!
Chris Larabee: [to JD] Did he just call me a cowboy, JD?
J.D. Dunne: [almost apologetically] I think he did, Mr Larabee.
Ezra Standish: [dusting himself off] At least once.
Josiah Sanchez: [smiling] He hates that.
Chris Larabee: [smiling, but threatening] You just call me a cowboy?
Lucas James: [backing off] Nah, I was just saying, it ain't your fight.
Chris Larabee: Not yet.
Judge Oren Travis: [advances] Drop the gunbelt.
Lucas James: [bewildered] Who the hell are you?
Judge Oren Travis: I'm a circuit judge. Oren Travis. You're under arrest, young man.
Lucas James: [looks around, drops gun belt]

"The Magnificent Seven: Safecracker (#1.3)" (1998)
Olivia Greer: Was my mom taken by those men 'cause she's been in prison?
Nathan: Could be, honey.
Josiah Sanchez: In prison, you cross paths with a lot of people don't have your best interest at heart.