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: What do you do, shower once a week? Doug
: Is that an invitation?
[preparing to lift Kate
: You want my hands *where*?
: I'm sure there's nothing I do that you'd find exciting. I don't open beer bottles with my toes, I don't sit around and count what's left of my teeth, hey, I don't even enjoy a good tractor pull. It's been a limited existence, but I've gotten used to it. Doug
: Life of the party, huh? Place must be crawling with guys. Kate
: As a matter of fact, I do have a boyfriend. Doug
: Well there's a rough gig. What do you do, keep him chained up in the basement? Kate
: Hale at the moment is working in my father's London office, he's an MBA - Harvard. You might have heard of it. They do have a hockey team. Doug
: He must be a very smart guy. Anton
: First positions, please. Doug
: Bet you look pretty good from a few thousand miles away.
: Who the hell do you think you are? Doug
: I know exactly who I am, sweetheart. I'm a guy who came a long way for lunch. Kate
: Well, please don't let me keep you from the trough.
: Well, actually, it's kinda interesting. Woman in Bar
: I'll bet. Drunk
: Tell him. Woman in Bar #2
: We're waiting. Doug
: I- I b- I been doin' a little- I been doin' a little figure skating. Drunk
: Damn. Man in Bar
: What'd he say? Walter Dorsey
: You been doin' what? Old man in back of bar
: Finger painting?
: I don't like to see her upset. Doug
: If I was you, I'd invest in blindfolds.
[On the First Olympic Skate Doug has the top button unbuttoned
: You are an immature asshole of the lowest order. Doug
: If it was forty below and that button meant the difference between a long satisfying life and a cold horrible death from hypothermia, I still wouldn't give you the satisfaction! Skate!
: If you're so bored, why don't you read? Doug
: What, you mean like a book? Kate
: That is a traditionally accepted format, yes. Doug
: Is this the beginning of a conversation, here? Kate
: I was just simply asking if you knew how to read. Doug
: Yes. Doug can read. Kate
: What was the last book you read? You *were* in college? Doug
: The last thing I read in college was the letter canceling my scholarship when I couldn't play anymore. Kate
: Okay, high school. Doug
: I was a hockey player. The only thing I had to read was a scoreboard. Kate
: And they graduated you? Doug
: They revered me. I was a God. Kate
: What a tragic commentary on our times.
: Hey, I'm sorry buddy, I wouldn't wish this on a snake. I'm outta here. Anton
: [shouts in Russian
] Enough! Introduction is over, conversation finished! Mouths closed, ears to be opened.
: Pairs means *two*. You have no partner. You are skating nowhere.
: And where are you going? Ohh, back to Siberia? Skating on small pond is big excitement. And believe me, Gretzky, I am last person who is coming to look for you.
: Good! We skate.
: Name, son?
[as Doug is charging down the ramp to the arena, late for his Olympic hockey game
: Dorsey, U.S. Hockey! Calgary Cop
: Hell, son, they're just about to start!
: Yeah, what's the deal - you goof on me, my brother buys you a beer? Anton
: What-what means 'goof'?
: There's only two things I do really well, sweetheart, and skating's the other one!
] Doug Dorsey
: You didn't have to. Kate Mosley
: Yes, I did. Doug Dorsey
: Why? Kate Mosley
: Because I love you. Doug Dorsey
: Just remember who said it first.
: I was gonna tell you - that book you gave me, it's pretty good. Kate Mosley
: Really. Using it as a doorstop, or a coaster?
: Great Expectations. Kate Mosley
: Well, it was either that or "Curious George Plays Hockey". I took a chance.
[Doug drops Kate on her rear
] You, you cretin! Doug
: Guess that move needs some work.
: [at the hospital after Kate hit his nose with a hockey puck
] Toe pick!
[Doug is carrying Kate's flowers and walking her back to her room. The long program is the next day
: Man, this overnight thing is brutal. Why can't it be a double header, you know? Short program, long program. Same night, boom, we're outta here, you know what I mean? Kate
: Yeah, I know exactly what you mean. Doug
: It's like 'Enough already!' It's like... what's the word? Uh, y-you know what word I'm looking for? Wh-You know what I mean? Kate
: [trying to open her door
] I don't know, uhhh, expectation? Doug
: No, no, when you, uh... Kate
: Anticipation? Excitement? Doug
: Foreplay! Kate
: [looks up in shock, stunned
] Foreplay? Doug
: Yeah, you know, like foreplay. Kate
: Yeah, I know what it means. Doug
: Well, wouldn't you rather just get right to it? Kate
: What? Doug
: Skating. Long program.
[Kate stares, wide-eyed
: Chicago? Nationals?
[holds up her bouquet
: Flowers? Kate
: [still stunned, takes her flowers
] Sleep. I'd rather sleep.
[She goes into her room, leaving Doug very confused outside
: [after Doug has just told him he's been figure skating
] Are they gonna make you shave your legs? Doug Dorsey
: Ah, screw this. I don't even know why... Walter Dorsey
: It's out. Kate
: It's in. Doug
: It's out. Kate
: It's in. Doug
: It's out! Kate
: It's in! Doug
: What difference does it make? Kate
: The difference is... I'm in the mood to kick a little ass.
: Parlez-vous Olympics?
: [Doug chases Kate into the hotel elevator
] Kate! Kate, will you wait a minute? Kate! Kate! Kate! Kate! Kate
: Don't! Don't even try it! Just looking at you makes me sick! To think I was coming to apoligize! Lorie Peckarovski! Doug
: Were you, or were you not engaged to be married until last night? Kate
: Hardly the point. Doug
: You threw me out of your room! Kate
: Count your blessings. She may not have waited much longer! Doug
: That's not how it happened! Kate
: Spare me the details. Doug
: Where the hell do you get off? Kate
: *Me?* Doug
: This is my fault? From the first day I walk into your rink, you treat me like a hired hand! Then one night, you get drunk, I'm supposed to roll over and thank my lucky stars? I'm sorry, I don't downshift that fast! Kate
: Get out of my way! Doug
: No problem! I've been practicing that move for a year and a half!
[people are chuckling at them
: Blind date.
: What were you planning on doing when your gladiatoring days were over? Doug
: You can bet your tights I never thought I'd be working a freak show like this. Kate
: I'm surprised you don't chuck it all and start your own think tank.
: Don't say we are not right for each other, for the way is see it we might not be right for anybody else.
: It can't be any harder to stay together than it was to stay apart.
: An old shirt. Doug
: An old shirt? Bobby Hull wore that sweater. That's Bobby Hull's game sweater. That - I've had that 15 years. Bobby Hull.
: [Unfamiliar with figure skates
] Hey, what's the deal with these claws in the front here? Anton
: Is toe pick. Doug
: Toe pick? Let me guess, it has something to personal hygiene. Kate
: I wouldn't let that get in your way. Doug
: I don't let anything get in my way.
: You got a blind side, Doug. It's a permanent condition. Doug Dorsey
: So there's an operation, right? Doctor
: I'm afraid not. Doug Dorsey
: Some micro-laser thing. You open me up and... Doctor
: Doug, I've specialized in ophthalmic surgery for over 15 years. Doug Dorsey
: Okay, you don't do it, but somebody, somewhere, down in Mexico City, they shoot shark piss up your nose, you sit in traction for eight months. Doctor
: Doug... I'm sorry. I don't see professional hockey in your future.
: I understand you've been giving Kate a rough time. Doug Dorsey
: You know Kate. Hale
: Yes, I do. And I don't like to see her upset. Doug Dorsey
: If I was you, I'd invest in blindfolds.
: Oh, we're definitely a team. Brian Newman
: Definitely. Lorie Peckarovski
: There's a real sense of togetherness. Doug Dorsey
: Spirit. Lorie Peckarovski
: Spirit. Family. It's,,, It's sort of,,, It's almost,,, It's almost... Kate Mosley
: To win, you have to be willing to fail.
: [after seeing Alex pick up Jackie
] How come we never had to do that? Kate Mosley Dorsey
: You were easier to train.