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Bobby Briggs (Character)
from "Twin Peaks" (1990)

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"Twin Peaks: Episode #1.2" (1990)
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: [he enters sanding a handcarved wooden whistle] Hi, Mike, Bobby. Now before we get started, have you two fellas got your stories straight?
Bobby Briggs: If we tell the truth we don't have to get our stories straight.
Mike 'Snake' Nelson: Besides, the sheriff told us we're just in here for fighting and, uh, it was self-defense.
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: Right. Well, I guess you can go then.
Bobby Briggs: Now?
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: Mm-hm.
[as Mike and Bobby walk to the door, Cooper toots his whistle]
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: Oh, fellas, one more thing. Pray for the health and safety of James Hurley, because if anything happens to him, I'm coming for you.
[Mike and Bobby leave]
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: Sheriff, what are you sitting around for? We've got places to go and people to see.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: You know, I think I'd better start studying medicine.
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: And why is that?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Because I'm beginning to feel a bit like Dr. Watson.

Bobby Briggs: [on seeing James's motorcycle outside of Donna's house] That bastard!
Mike Nelson: First your girlfriend, then mine.
Bobby Briggs: [putting a cigarette in his mouth] Too bad we can only kill him once.

Bobby Briggs: Norma, see you in my dreams.
Norma Jennings: Not if I see you first.
Bobby Briggs: Here's a tune for you gals. Don't do anything I wouldn't do.

Dale Cooper: Have you got your stories straight yet?
Bobby Briggs: If we tell you the truth, we don't have to get our stories straight.

Bobby Briggs: Here's a little tune for ya, gals. Norma, I'll see you in my dreams.
Norma Jennings: Not if I see you first.


"Twin Peaks: Pilot (#1.1)" (1989)
Bobby Briggs: [to James Hurley] When you least expect it...
[He and Mike Nelson bark and howl]

Bobby Briggs: You think because I wasn't at football practice that I killed my girlfriend?

Bobby Briggs: Norma, I'll see you in my dreams.
Norma Jennings: Not if I see you first.

Bobby Briggs: Norma, see you in my dreams.
Norma Jennings: Not if I see you first.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #1.6" (1990)
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Bobby, were you very sad when Laura died?
Bobby Briggs: Laura wanted to die.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: How do you know that?
Bobby Briggs: Because she told me.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: What else did she tell you? Did she tell you that there was no goodness in the world?
Bobby Briggs: She said that people tried to be good. But they were really sick and rotten on the inside, her most of all. And every time she tried to make the world a better place, something terrible came up inside her and pulled her back down into hell, and took her deeper and deeper into the blackest nightmare. Each time it got harder to go back up to the light.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Did you sometimes get the feeling that Laura was harboring some awful and terrible secret?
Bobby Briggs: Yeah.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: A secret bad enough that she wanted to die because of it? Bad enough that it drove her to consciously find peoples weaknesses and prey on them, tempt them, break them down? Make them do terrible, degrading things? Laura wanted to corrupt people because that's how she felt about herself. Is that what happened to you? Is that what Laura did to you?
Bobby Briggs: [on the verge of tears] She wanted so much. She made me sell drugs so she could have them.

Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Let's cut the crap, Bobby. Okay, so your parents don't understand what you're going through. Nobody does.
Bobby Briggs: [scoffs] That's a good one. You make that one up all by yourself?
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Let's not talk about you or your parents anymore. Let's talk about Laura.
Bobby Briggs: [sarcastic] Okay, let's talk about Laura.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Bobby, what happened the first time you and Laura made love?
Bobby Briggs: What kind of question is that?
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Bobby, did you cry?
Bobby Briggs: [caught off-guard] Did I WHAT?
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: And what did Laura do? Did she laugh at you? Did she laugh at you a lot?
Bobby Briggs: [suttle tone] How do you know... did she tell you...? How...


Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
Donna Hayward: Yeah, Mike, you're the real man.
Mike Nelson: That's right. Mike *is* the man.
Mike Nelson, Bobby Briggs: Mike *is* the man.
Bobby Briggs: [to Laura] Laura Palmer, see you later.

Bobby: Hey! Where were you for the last hour. I've been looking all over for you.
Laura: I was standing right behind you but you're too dumb to turn around.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.10" (1990)
Bobby Briggs: Is there anything I can do for you?
Audrey Horne: How about taking me out for some ice cream?
Bobby Briggs: Cup or cone?
Audrey Horne: Cone. I like to lick.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.1" (1990)
Bobby Briggs: You know, Shelly, hospitals are dangerous places. First of all, they're crawling with sick people. And second of all, that food... can kill you.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #1.5" (1990)
Bobby Briggs: Laura wanted to die.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: How do you know that?
Bobby Briggs: Because she told me.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: What else did she tell you? Did she tell you that there was no goodness in the world?
Bobby Briggs: She said people try to be good but they're really sick and rotten, her most of all, and every time she tried to make the world a better place, something terrible came up inside her and pulled her back down into hell. Took her deeper and deeper into the blackest nightmare. Every time it got harder to go back up to the light.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.6" (1990)
Bobby Briggs: Doc Hayward said you needed familiar stimulants, so we figured, what the hell, kazoos.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.19" (1991)
[Bobby walks in on Gordon Cole and Shelley kissing]
Bobby Briggs: What the hell's going on here?
Gordon Cole: [shouting as usual] YOU ARE WITNESSING A FRONT THREE-QUARTER VIEW OF TWO ADULTS SHARING A TENDER MOMENT.
[to Cooper]
Gordon Cole: Acts like he's never seen a kiss before.
[to Bobby]
Gordon Cole: TAKE A LOOK, SONNY, IT'S GONNA HAPPEN AGAIN!