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: Oh, momma, nobody calls me Scooter anymore! Mrs. Baracus
: Well, you'll always be Scooter to me, I don't care much jewelry you wear.
: I remember the day that Scooter came and told me that he had signed up for the army. He was just a boy, eighteen. They told him they'd teach him a trade. He'd come home a trained mechanic and maybe be able to have a shop of his own. I was just hoping and praying he'd come home at all.
: I wish I could promise you that he'd come home for Christmas someday and stay. Mrs. Baracus
: Oh I know you can't, and I accepted that a long time ago. But I'll tell you one thing Hannibal, I sleep a whole lot better now, knowing that he's not out there alone. He's with his family.
: Murdock, you are the craziest fellow I ever met. I think I want to adopt you. Murdock
: Really, maybe I could be the long-lost brother he never had. B.A. Baracus
: And maybe you can be the ghost I never had if you don't shut up.
: He doesn't look like a crazy man to me. Murdock
: Wait'll you get to know me.
: [to Hannibal
] One Christmas he sent me a card, well, it wasn't really a card, it was a picture of the four of you, with a piece of green and red ribbon tied around it. And on the back he said 'Don't worry about me, Mama, I'm not alone for Christmas'. Like he was reading my mind.
: The police are on their way. I'm placing you under citizen's arrest, any of you try to get up, I'm gonna slap you silly.