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Officer Frank Tenpenny (Character)
from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) (VG)

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) (VG)
[after throwing CJ out of his squad car]
Officer Frank Tenpenny: See ya 'round, like a doughnut, Carl!

Officer Frank Tenpenny: I can shit on you from such a height, you'll think God himself took a crap on you

[CJ, Pulaski and Tenpenny are in a police car]
Officer Frank Tenpenny: How you been, Carl? How's your wonderful family?
Carl Johnson: I'm here to bury my Moms. You know that.
Officer Frank Tenpenny: Yeah, I guess I do. So what else you got shakin' Carl?
Carl Johnson: Nothing. I live in Liberty City now. I'm clean. Legit.
Officer Frank Tenpenny: No, you ain't never been clean, Carl.
Officer Eddie Pulaski: Well what've we got here?
Officer Frank Tenpenny: This is a weapon, Officer Pulaski, that was used to gun down a police officer not ten minutes ago. Officer Pendelbury. A fine man, I might add. You work fast, nigga.
Carl Johnson: You know I just got off the plane!
Officer Eddie Pulaski: It's a good thing we found you and retrieved the murder weapon.
Carl Johnson: That ain't my gun.
Officer Frank Tenpenny: Don't bullshit me, Carl.
Officer Eddie Pulaski: Yeah, don't bullshit him, Carl.
Carl Johnson: What the fuck you want from me this time?
Officer Frank Tenpenny: When we want you, we'll find you. In the meantime, try not to gun down any more officers of the law.

Officer Frank Tenpenny: [his last lines] Come on, assholes. I'll take you all. You're mine! Mine! I run this town! Hey, over here! Hey! Officer down! Come on! HEY! Assholes! You never understood what I did! Fifty of me and this town would be OK. I took the trash out! I DID! And I'd do it all again...

Officer Frank Tenpenny: Mmm... Smells good. What's cooking? Where's mine?