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Jimmy Wilson (Character)
from Airplane II: The Sequel (1982)

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Airplane II: The Sequel (1982)
Jimmy: Can I ask you a question?
Striker: What is it?
Jimmy: It's an interrogative statement, used to test knowledge. But that's not important now, mister. Is my dog Scraps, is gonna make it through okay? I'm scared mister, somebody has to do something.
Striker: Scraps, is going to be fine son. You'll both, be just fine.
[Striker, puts Jimmy's face in the icing of the cake]
Simon: Striker, listen to me. I don't want you, to do this they forced me to cut corners...
Striker: Get outta my way!
Simon: Help me, Striker for Christ -
[Striker, slugs Simon in the face]

Jimmy: Dad never slaps me around at home, must be his coffee.
Jimmy's Mom: No, I've been serving him decafe. Maybe he's just an asshole.

[the Wilson family arrives at the checkpoint]
Porter: Can I help you folks?
Alice Wilson, John Wilson: Oh, yes, thank you.
Porter: Aw, is that your dog, son?
[looking at Scraps, Jimmy's dog]
Jimmy Wilson: Yes, his name is Scraps, and he's going to the moon with us.
Porter: Oh no. No dogs are allowed in the shuttle son. I'm affraid Scraps will have to be shot.
[pulls out a gun, shoots the dog and the dog falls to the floor]
Jimmy Wilson: [shouts, bending towards his dog] Scraps! He shot him! He shot Scraps! He shot him!
Porter: Just joking. Blanks, see? Scraps is fine.
[Dog stands up]
Porter, Alice Wilson, John Wilson: [laughing]

Clarence Oveur: Well, my goodness, Scraps is a boy dog, isn't he?
Jimmy: Yeah.
Clarence Oveur: Jimmy, do you like it when Scraps holds onto your leg and rubs up and down?

Jimmy Wilson: Can I ask you a question?
Striker: What is it?
Jimmy Wilson: It's an interrogative statement, used to test knowledge. But that's not important right now...