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: Let Me tell you a story. Dinosaurs ruled our planet for millions of years and yet they died out almost over night. Why? The evidence suggests that a meteor fell to Earth carrying an alien bacteria. Meg Penny
: Plague? Is that what this whole thing is about? Dr. Meddows
: Prevention! Brian Flagg
: And you think that this meteor brought some kind of killer germ? Dr. Meddows
: It's something I've expected and prepared for all my life! Brian Flagg
: Your meteor brought something all right but if it's a germ, it's the biggest son of a bitch you've ever seen!
: Let's scrag that son-of-a-bitch!
[the soldiers fire their weapons into the manhole
] Col. Hargis
: SENSOR CHARGE! SHORT FUSE! FIRE IN THE HOLE!
[Drops the explosive into the manhole and it detonates
] Col. Hargis
: Chew on that, slimeball!
[after a pause, the ground all around them begins to tremor violently
] Col. Hargis
: What's happening? Brian Flagg
: I think... you pissed it off!
: [to Meg
] I never thought I'd go out of my way to find a cop.
: The front door is locked. Brian Flagg
: [picks up a brick
] That's okay, I got a key.
: Listen to me, Briggs, think for a minute, do you suppose an army of guys in plastic suits show up every time a meteor falls? Dr. Meddows
: [about Brian
] Shoot him, that's a direct order! Brian Flagg
: How do you think they got here so fast? How did they even know when to come? Dr. Meddows
: Shoot dammit shoot! Brian Flagg
: I'll tell ya how! That meteor is man-made! It's some kind of a germ warfare test they fucked up!
: Brian! I need to talk to you. Brian? Brian Flagg
: What the hell are you doing here? Meg Penny
: Look, I came down to bail you out.
[holds out credit card
] Brian Flagg
: Who do you think they are, Neiman Marcus? They don't take plastic.
: Nobody believes me about what happened tonight. Brian Flagg
: What did happen? Meg Penny
: You were there, you saw! Brian Flagg
: All I saw was an old man with a funky hand, that's all I saw. Meg Penny
: The thing on that man's hand killed him and then it killed Paul, and whatever it is, it's getting bigger! Brian Flagg
: So you told the cops? Do you mind if I ask you a personal question? I know you're the homecoming queen type and all but are you strung out on something or what? Meg Penny
] You're just the same. Brian Flagg
: What are you talking about? Meg Penny
: You act like you're different, you put on this big show, but you're just like everybody else in this town, you're full of SHIT, Flagg!
: It's locked. Meg Penny
: So what? Brian, what is with you? You're acting like a complete jerk. Brian Flagg
: I have a problem with authority figures. Meg Penny
: What are you doing? Brian Flagg
: I think we ought to get out of here. We ought to take my bike and blow this town. It's getting a little thick around here. Don't you think? Meg Penny
: That's crazy. These people are here to help us. Brian Flagg
: Come on Meg, we don't even know who they are. NASA, CIA, Royal Canadian Mounties, all I know is I saw a bunch of unmarked trucks back there, I think the whole thing stinks.
: Are you coming? Meg Penny
: Brian, I have to go back, my family's there, people that I care about. Brian Flagg
: Well I'm going, and if you're smart you'll come with me. Meg Penny
: Then go. Take care of yourself. That's the only thing you're really good at, isn't it?
: You don't give up, do you? Meg Penny
: I need your help.
: In the meantime, we're your prisoners? Dr. Meddows
: Not at all, you're my patients.
: [to the people of Aborville
] It's a lie. All of it.
: Flagg! What'd you do to him? Brian Flagg
: Hey I'm not the one who bounced him off my car! Paul Taylor
: YEAH RIGHT! You ran him into the middle of the road! Meg Penny
: Stop it! Let's get him to a doctor!
: Hey, get in the car. Brian Flagg
: What for? Paul Taylor
: There's going to be a lot of explaining to do and you're part of it, now are you gonna get in the car, or am I going to make you get in? Brian Flagg
: What's the matter, Taylor? You worried about a little insurance claim on daddy's car, huh? Maybe I will come along, just to make sure you don't try pinning this whole thing on me.
Deputy Bill Briggs
: Flagg! What are you doin' here boy? Brian Flagg
: The men from Glad here are showin' us how to keep our leftovers fresh.
Sheriff Herb Geller
: Flagg, congratulations. Brian Flagg
: For what? Sheriff Herb Geller
: Well, I hear you have a birthday comin' up. No more juvie hall, right? Brian Flagg
: Yeah, right. Sheriff Herb Geller
: Now, you mess up now, and you're in the majors. I'll see you around, Flagg.
: Moss, what's happenin'? Moss Woodley
: You look like hell. Brian Flagg
: Hey, it's a fashion statement, man. Moss Woodley
: Well, the only statement them clothes got to make is, "I look like hell".
: So, uh, Moss, how about the ratchet?
[Moss throws a skeptical look at him
] Brian Flagg
: All right, maybe I'll put in a couple of hours over the weekend. Maybe that'll lighten things up a bit. Moss Woodley
: There's twelve sockets in that set. Twelve. And they better all be there when I get it back, too. Brian Flagg
: You got it, buddy. You got it. Thanks a lot, Moss. Hey, I owe you one. Moss Woodley
: You owe me too damn many.
: [escaping the van being driven by government agents taking them back to town
] You coming? Meg Penny
: Brian, I have to go back. My family's there, people that I care about. Brian Flagg
: I'm going. If you're smart, you'll come with me. Meg Penny
: Then go. Take care of yourself. It's the only thing you're really good at, isn't it? Brian Flagg
: No one else ever volunteered for the job.
: All right, Meddows. If you won't listen to me, listen to this.