Judy Shepherd
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Judy Shepherd (Character)
from Jumanji (1995)

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Jumanji (1995)
Judy Shepherd: What happened to you, you shave with a piece of glass?
Alan Parrish: What happened to you, the Clampetts have a yard sale? What do you want, I never shaved before.

Judy Shepherd: [reads] "Don't be fooled, it isn't thunder / Staying put would be a blunder."
Alan Parrish: Run! IT'S A STAMPEDE!

Peter Shepherd: [in horror] Judy!
Judy Shepherd: What?
Sarah Whittle: What happened?
Peter Shepherd: I thought I could end the game myself. I was only ten spaces away.
Judy Shepherd: [reads] "A law of Jumanji having been broken / You will slip back even more than your token."
Sarah Whittle: You tried to cheat?
Peter Shepherd: No, I tried to drop the dice so they'd land on twelve.
Sarah Whittle: Oh, okay, honey. Well, that would be cheating.
Judy Shepherd: [in terror] Peter, your hands! Look at your hands!
[Peter sees that he is growing monkey fur on his hands as a punishment]

Judy Shepherd: [reads] "There is a lesson you will learn / Sometimes you must go back a turn."

Sarah Whittle: You just saw three monkeys go by on a motorcycle, didn't you?
Judy Shepherd: Yeah.
Sarah Whittle: Good girl.

Judy Shepherd: Alan, are you ready?
Alan Parrish: There is no "ready".

[after Alan jumps onto Carl's cruiser]
Alan Parrish: What year is it?
Carl: It was brand new.
Alan Parrish: No, what year is it?
Judy Shepherd: Uh, 1995, remember?
Alan Parrish: [in shock] '95?
Carl: You got some ID? Oh, let me guess, you probably left it in your other Tarzan outfit, right?
Alan Parrish: [to himself] 26 years!
Carl: Are you from around here?
Alan Parrish: I was. But I've been in Jumanji.
Judy Shepherd: Indonesia. He was in the Peace Corps.

Judy Shepherd: [reads] "A tiny bite can make you itch / Make you sneeze, make you twitch."
[Mosquitoes appear]

Peter Shepherd: [reads] "His fangs are sharp, he likes your taste / Your party better move post-haste."
Judy Shepherd: I don't like the sound of that.
[a lion suddenly appears]

Exterminator: Bats aren't what I worry about in this house anyway.
Judy Shepherd: What would you worry about?
Exterminator: Well, personally, I wouldn't want to live in a house where someone was murdered.
Judy Shepherd: Murdered?
Exterminator: Yep, little Alan Parrish. I'd say his father did it. There's 1,001 places he could've hid the body in this house - especially if he chopped it up first.

Judy Shepherd: [tries to roll the dice, but the game board doesn't recognize it] Alan, it's not working.
Alan Parrish: [inspects the game board] Oh, no. It's not your turn.
Judy Shepherd: Yeah, I rolled first and then Peter twice because he got doubles. Now it's my turn again.
Alan Parrish: No, look. Two of these pieces are yours, right? What about the other pieces?
[spots his old game piece]
Alan Parrish: The elephant was mine. You're playing the game I started in 1969. I'm going to have to play.
[Judy offers the dice to him]
Alan Parrish: It's not my turn.
Judy Shepherd: Whose turn is it?
Alan Parrish: Sarah Whittle.

Sarah Whittle: You might've told us there was a man in there with a rifle that hunts people.
Alan Parrish: Well, I didn't know, okay? It's just the roll of the dice.
Judy Shepherd: [sarcastically] Is he the reason you didn't wanna play?
Sarah Whittle: [scoffs] You didn't want to play either, Mr. We-Started-Something-26-Years-Ago-And-Now-We've-Gotta-Finish-It?

[after hearing drums]
Judy Shepherd: I'm going to Motel Six!
Aunt Nora: Oh, for heaven's sake!

Judy Shepherd: Listen, I know you're upset and all, but I kind of feel we should finish the game.
Alan Parrish: We? Why do you need me?
Judy Shepherd: Well, just in case any scary stuff comes out. Plus, there's a lion in my aunt's bedroom. What am I supposed to do about that?
Alan Parrish: What do I look like, a Ringling Brother?
Judy Shepherd: But she'll be home soon!
Alan Parrish: Won't she be surprised! I hope she's not allergic to cats.

Judy Shepherd: Our parents are dead too. They were in the Middle East negotiating peace when...
[gets nudged by Peter]

Aunt Nora: Now, let's try to relax, finish our dinner, and talk about something else.
Judy Shepherd: Well, we found out why you got this house so cheap. 26 years ago, a kid named Alan Parrish used to live here. Then one day, he just disappeared, because his parents chopped him up in little pieces and hid him in the walls.
Aunt Nora: Okay, that's it. I am sick and tired of your lies, young lady. You're grounded.
Judy Shepherd: [leaves] Fine, there's nowhere to go in this stupid town, anyway. And just for your information, that wasn't a lie.

Judy Shepherd: [about a noise she just heard] Did you hear anything a little while ago?
Peter Shepherd: [shakes his head] Do you miss mom and dad?
Judy Shepherd: No.
Peter Shepherd: Liar. If you don't cut that out, they're gonna send you to a shrink.
Judy Shepherd: Where do you think they're gonna send you if you don't start talking?

Judy Shepherd: Peter hasn't spoken a word since it happened.
Estate Agent: Oh. Oh, my. I'm so sorry. How terribly awful.
Judy Shepherd: It's OK. We barely even knew our parents. They were always away. Skiing, gambling in Monte Carlo, on safari in darkest Africa. We didn't even know if they loved us. But when the Sheik's yacht went down, they managed to write us a really beautiful goodbye note that was found floating in a champagne bottle amongst the debris.
[Starts crying]
Judy Shepherd: Excuse me.
[Judy leaves the room. Camera pans away to show that she is actually laughing at the lie she just told the Estate Agent]
Aunt Nora: [to the Estate Agent] They were very devoted parents. Car crash in Canada.

[the rules of Jumanji]
Alan Parrish, 1969: [reads] Jumanji: a game for those who seek to find / a way to leave their world behind. You roll the dice to move your token, doubles gets another turn, the first player to reach the end wins.
Judy Shepherd: [reads] Adventurers beware: do not begin unless you intend to finish. The exciting consequences of the game / will vanish only when a player has reached Jumanji and called out its name.