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Terry Rapson (Character)
from The Day After Tomorrow (2004)

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The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
Jack Hall: Professor, it's time you got out of there.
Terry Rapson: I'm afraid that time has come and gone, my friend.
Jack Hall: What can we do?
Terry Rapson: Save as many as you can.

Jack Hall: Who is it?
Terry Rapson: Terry Rapson. Sorry to call you so early.
Jack Hall: No, professor. It's alright. What is it?
Terry Rapson: Well we've found something extraordinary... extraordinary and disturbing, that is. You recall what you said in New Delhi about how polar melting might disrupt the North Atlantic current?
Jack Hall: Yes.
Terry Rapson: Well... I think it's happening.

Terry Rapson: [after Simon suggests that the scotch might serve as fuel to keep them alive] Are you mad? That's a 12-year-old scotch!

Simon: [their final lines in the movie] Gentlemen,
[toasting]
Simon: To England!
Terry Rapson: To mankind!
Dennis: To Manchester United!

[they're snowed in at Scotland]
Terry Rapson: We've got our own genny, enough tea and biscuits to sink a ship. We'll be fine! As long as the loo doesn't back up again.

Terry Rapson: [over the phone] Several hours ago, three helicopters went down over Scotland. They crashed because the fuel in their lines froze.
Jack Hall: At what temperature does...
Terry Rapson: [interrupting] Negative one hundred and fifty degrees Fahrenheit.
[scoffs]
Terry Rapson: They had to look it up!

Terry Rapson: We'll be fine.

Simon: What are the odds of two buoys failing?
Terry Rapson: Remote.
[another buoy seen on the computer screen fails]
Terry Rapson: Make that three.

Terry Rapson: [to Simon] Are the lads winning?

Simon: Is that Neville's handiwork?
Terry Rapson: Neville's way beyond stick figures. He's six already.

Simon: I just wish I could have seen him grow up, you know.
Terry Rapson: The important thing is he will grow up.
Dennis: Amen!

Simon: Hello, professor. How was India?
Terry Rapson: Oh, you know what these scientific gatherings are. All dancing girls, wine and parties.

Jack Hall: What do you mean?
Terry Rapson: One of our NOMAD buoys registered a thirteen-degree drop in surface temperature the other day. I've sent you an email.
Jack Hall: Hold on.
Terry Rapson: At first we thought it was a malfunction. But there are four more across the Atlantic showing the same thing.
Jack Hall: This is unbelievable.
Terry Rapson: You predicted it would happen.
Jack Hall: Yes, but not in our life time. This is too fast.
Terry Rapson: There are no forecast models remotely capable of plotting this scenario, except yours.
Jack Hall: My model is a reconstruction of a prehistoric climate shift. It's not a forecast model.
Terry Rapson: It's the closest thing we have. Nothing like this has ever happened before.
Jack Hall: At least not in the last ten thousand years.

Jack Hall: When this storm is over, we'll be in a new ice age.
Terry Rapson: My God.