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Technician (Character)
from Child's Play 2 (1990)

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Child's Play 2 (1990)
Mattson: Goor morning, Mr. Sullivan.
Mr. Sullivan: I have an important meeting in a few minutes with some very jittery stockholders Mattson. I hope you have good news for me.
Mattson: Yes sir, I do sir. Every supermarket tabloid in the country's running headlines about Andy Barclay and his killer Good Guy doll.
Mr. Sullivan: What about his mother and the police were on the case?
Mattson: The police were smart, they denied everything. Which is fine which means now they can't hurt us. But, the mother's a different matter. She backed up her boy's story in court, so now she's under psychiatric observation.
Mr. Sullivan: Where's the boy now?
Mattson: Midtown Children's Crisis Center. Foster custody pending.
Mr. Sullivan: My stomach hurts Mattson. Is this what you call "good news?"
Mattson: Yes, sir - well, I'm getting to that sir. A lot of...
Worker: Good morning, Mr. Sullivan.
Mattson: A lot of people believe that some joker, here at the company, must've tampered with the doll's voice cassette. You know, like "Hi, I'm Chucky. I'm the Lakeshore Strangler. And I'm gonna kill you!"
[laughs]
Mattson: Something like - well, something like that. But the "good news", Mr. Sullivan, is that now - we've got the doll. We rebuilt it from head to toe. But everything checks out the voice cassette, servomechanism, we found absolutely nothing.
[hands Mr. Sullivan a file]
Mattson: This a quality-controlled report. I'm sure it will make the stockholders very happy.
Mr. Sullivan: I want to see the doll for myself.
Mattson: Certainly.
[knocks on glass window]
Mattson: Gentlemen, Mr. Sullivan's here.
Technician: Well, give us a minute we're not used to making them manually.
[punches code into machine]
Technician: [machine malfunctions]
Technician: What's wrong?
Technician: I don't know, it's stuck?
Mattson: [growing nervous] They'll have this... worked out.

Mattson: Every headline in the country is reading about Andy Barclay and his killer Good Guy doll.
Mr. Sullivan: What about his mother and the police were on the case?
Mattson: The police were smart, they denied everything. Which is fine which means now they can't hurt us. But the mother's a different matter. She backed up her boy's story in court, so now she's under psychiatric observation.
Mr. Sullivan: My stomach hurts Mattson. Is this what you call "good news?"
Mattson: Yes sir - well I'm getting to that sir. A lot of people...
Worker: Good morning, Mr. Sullivan.
Mattson: A lot of people believe that some joker here at the company must've tampered with the doll's voice cassette. You know like "Hi, I'm Chucky. I'm the Lakeshore Strangler. And I'm gonna kill you!"
[laughs]
Mattson: Something like that - well something like that. But the "good news" Mr Sullivan is that now, we've got the doll. We rebuilt it from head to toe. But everything checks out the voice cassette, servomechanism, we've found absolutely nothing.
[hands Mr. Sullivan a file]
Mattson: This is a quality-controlled report. I'm sure it will make the stock holders very happy.
Mr. Sullivan: I want to see the doll for myself.
Mattson: Certainly.
[knocks on glass window]
Mattson: Gentlemen, Mr. Sullivan's here.
Technician: Well give us a minute, we're not used to making them manually.