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Angela Dodson (Character)
from Constantine (2005)

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Constantine (2005)
John Constantine: So when a half-breed breaks the rules, I deport their sorry ass straight back to hell. I don't get them all, but I've been hoping to get enough to ensure my... retirement.
Angela Dodson: I don't understand.
John Constantine: I'm a suicide, Angela. When I die, the rules say I've got just one place to go...
Angela Dodson: You're trying to buy your way into heaven.
John Constantine: What would *you* do if you were sentenced to a prison where half the inmates were put there by you?

[Angela is about to submerge herself in a bathtub to transport herself to Hell]
Angela Dodson: So, umm... So, what's gonna happen?
John Constantine: Lie down.
Angela Dodson: What do you - What do you mean, lie down?
John Constantine: You have to be fully submerged.
Angela Dodson: For how long?
John Constantine: As long as it takes.
Angela Dodson: Okay.
John Constantine: Take a deep one.
Angela Dodson: [Angela breathes in and goes under; after being held under for too long, she emerges from the bathtub] Oh, God. Oh, God, all those people. Oh, Isabel. I've always known. I've always known where they are. I've always known where to - where to find them, where to - where to aim and where to duck, and I've always known where they were. I've always known that it wasn't luck. Always known that it wasn't luck. I've always known, I've always known that I could see.

Angela Dodson: I used to pretend that I didn't - that I didn't see things.

Angela Dodson: When we were girls, we would leave each other messages in light... and breath... on the windows.

John Constantine: I need you to leave.
Angela Dodson: I'm sorry.
John Constantine: Angela, please.
Angela Dodson: Okay.
[heads for her room]
John Constantine: The apartment.
Angela Dodson: Okay. Be careful with that cat.
[cat meows and Angela begins to close the door]
John Constantine: God, I hate this part.

Angela Dodson: Hold the door. You going down?
John Constantine: Not if I can help it.

Angela Dodson: I guess God has a plan for all of us.
John Constantine: God's a kid with an ant farm, lady. He's not planning anything.

Angela Dodson: She was a patient at Ravenscar. She... jumped off the roof.
John Constantine: Thought you said she was murdered?
Angela Dodson: Yeah, well, Isabel wouldn't have taken her own life.
John Constantine: Yeah, what kind of mental patient kills herself? That's just crazy.

Angela Dodson: She has to have a Catholic funeral, Father. She has to.
Father Garret: Angela, it's still considered a mortal sin.
Angela Dodson: She didn't commit suicide.
Father Garret: The Bishop believes otherwise. You know the rules, Angela.
Angela Dodson: Oh, rules! Father... David. This is Isabel. God was the only one she ever believed loved her. Please.
Father Garret: I'm sorry.

Angela Dodson: You tried to kill yourself.
John Constantine: I didn't *try* anything.

John Constantine: Detective. What if I told you that God and the devil made a wager, a kind of standing bet for the souls of all mankind?
Angela Dodson: I'd tell you to stay on your meds.
John Constantine: Humor me. No direct contact with humans. That would be the rule. Just influence. See who would win.
Angela Dodson: Okay, I'm humoring you. Why?
John Constantine: Who knows. Maybe just for the fun of it. No telling.
Angela Dodson: Oh, so it's fun? It's fun when a man beats his wife to death? It's fun when a mother drowns her own baby? And you think the devil is responsible? People are evil, Mr. Constantine. People.
John Constantine: You're right. We're born capable of terrible things, but then sometimes something else comes along and gives us just the right nudge.
Angela Dodson: Well, this has been real educational, but... I don't believe in the devil.
John Constantine: You should. He believes in you.

Angela Dodson: [after taking off her jacket] So, do I have to take the rest of my clothes off or can I leave them on?
[pause]
Angela Dodson: John?
John Constantine: I'm thinking...

Angela Dodson: Well, I thought that with your background, you could at least point me in the right direction?
John Constantine: Yeah, okay. Sure.
[points to the door]

Angela Dodson: Mr. Constantine, I saw you...
John Constantine: I remember.
Angela Dodson: And then I saw you at the...
John Constantine: Regular kismet.
Angela Dodson: I'd like to ask you a few questions, if that would be okay?
John Constantine: I'm not really in the talking mood right now.
Angela Dodson: Well, maybe you could just listen then?
[shows her badge]
Angela Dodson: Please?
John Constantine: Always a catch.
Angela Dodson: My sister was murdered yesterday.
John Constantine: Sorry to hear.
Angela Dodson: Thanks.

Angela Dodson: Look, I've heard your name around the precinct. I know the circles you travel in. The occult, demonology, exorcisms. Just before my sister was committed, she became deeply paranoid. She started talking about demons, angels. Now, I think someone got to her, Mr. Constantine. I think they brainwashed her into stepping off that roof. Some kind of legion or, um, or cult.
John Constantine: Sounds like a theory, detective. Good luck

John Constantine: Close your eyes.
Angela Dodson: Why?
John Constantine: Suit yourself.
[He ignites a fire, revealing a swarm of winged demons around them. They rear back from the fire, and burn up]
John Constantine: Demons stay in hell, huh? Tell them that.

John Constantine: What did she do, Angela?
Angela Dodson: How should I know?
John Constantine: What did she do, Angela?
Angela Dodson: I don't know.
John Constantine: What would you do?
Angela Dodson: I don't know.
John Constantine: What would you do?
Angela Dodson: I don't know.
John Constantine: What did she do, Angela?
Angela Dodson: I don't remember.
John Constantine: You know what she did. What did she do, Angela?
Angela Dodson: I don't know!
John Constantine: You know what she did! What are you afraid of? What did she do, Angela? What did she do?
Angela Dodson: [shouting] I don't know!

Angela Dodson: John, there is no seventeenth act in Corinthians.
John Constantine: Corinthians goes to twenty one acts in the Bible in Hell.
Angela Dodson: They have bibles in Hell?
John Constantine: Paints a different view of Revelations. Says the world will not end by God's hand, but be reborn in the embrace of the damned. Though if you ask me, fire's fire.

Angela Dodson: I need to understand.
John Constantine: You don't wanna know what's out there, trust me on this.

Angela Dodson: I need to see what she saw. Please.
John Constantine: You do this, there's no turning back. You see them... They see you. Understand?
Angela Dodson: Yeah.

Angela Dodson: So why water?
John Constantine: It's a universal conduit. Lubricates the transition from one plane to another. Now, ask me if there's water in Hell.
Angela Dodson: Is there water in Hell?
John Constantine: Sit.
[she sits in the tub]
John Constantine: Normally only a portion of the body has to be suspended, but you wanted the crash course.
Angela Dodson: Yeah, I wanted the crash course.

Angela Dodson: John, I really want...
[Constantine puts a necklace on her]
John Constantine: Think of it as a bullet proof vest.

John Constantine: Jesus didn't die from being nailed to a cross. He was killed by a soldier's spear.
Angela Dodson: The Spear of Destiny. I'm a Catholic, John. I know the Crucifixion story.