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Sgt. Major Dickerson (Character)
from Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)

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From Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
Sgt. Major Dickerson: Welcome back.
Adrian Cronauer: Thank you sergeant. I've missed you.
Sgt. Major Dickerson: [chuckles] I'm informing you that you're outta here. I want your bags packed and ready to go by tomorrow afternoon.
Adrian Cronauer: You don't have the power... I'll take this right to the authorities.
Sgt. Major Dickerson: I am the authorities, you moron! Oh, I've got your pansy ass in a sling now, Cronauer. Who's Tuan? The guys who flew you in radioed that they picked up a young South Vietnamese boy with you and Garlick. Who is this South Vietnamese boy?
Adrian Cronauer: He's a friend from my class who risked his ass to save my life.
Sgt. Major Dickerson: A friend? Well, your friend is a VC terrorist.
Adrian Cronauer: [laughs] Yeah, and my mother's a werewolf, right?
Sgt. Major Dickerson: Tuan is also known as Phan Duc To! He's currently wanted by the South Vietnamese police in connection with several bombings in the area, including the one at Jimmy Wah's. Surely you're familiar with that incident.
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