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Quotes for
Sheriff Bud Boomer (Character)
from Canadian Bacon (1995)

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Canadian Bacon (1995)
Boomer: There's a time to think, and a time to act. And this, gentlemen, is no time to think.

Boomer: Y'know, it's a free country. If he doesn't like it here, he can swim across the river to Canada. Lotta work there.

Boomer: If life hands you a lemon, you gotta crush it into lemonade.

Boomer: I'll tell ya another thing: their beer sucks!

Roy Boy: I want to call the American embassy!
Boomer: All I said was "Canadian beer sucks!"
[riot intensifies]
Kabral: People! People! Can't we all just get along?

Boomer: There's not a locked door in the whole country.

RCMP Officer at Headquarters: Welcome to Canada.
Boomer: Hold it right there, Canuck!
RCMP Officer at Headquarters: Who are you?
Boomer: I'm your worst nightmare. I'm a citizen with a constitutional right to bear arms!

[the Mountie explains that Honey has been taken to the capital]
Boomer: The capital Toronto.
RCMP Officer at Headquarters: No, the capital of Canada is Ottawa.
Boomer: Yeah, right. Do we look that stupid? Ottawa!
Roy Boy: Nice try, Dudley.

[Highway patrolman tells Boomer why his graffiti must be in both English and French]
Highway Patrolman: Le Quebecois.
Boomer: Huh?
Highway Patrolman: You know. Wine drinkers. Pea soup eaters. French Canadians!

Boomer: There it is, men. Toronto.
Roy Boy: It's beautiful. Like no other city I've ever seen. It's like Albany. Only cleaner.

Boomer: All right. Enough of this Dirty Dozen stuff.
[pause]
Boomer: Hey, did anyone see "Dirty Dancing"? Now that was a good movie.

Highway Patrolman: Ah, Americans. Welcome to Ontario, sportsman's paradise!
Boomer: Isn't it though.

Boomer: What about Jurassic Park? Two black guys died in that movie. That's a twofer!

Roy Boy: You ever see The Dirty Dozen?
Boomer: That was a cool movie.
Roy Boy: Man, that was real cool.
Boomer: Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, Ernest Borgnine...
Kabral: Jim Brown.
Roy Boy: Uh, Telly Savalas, Clint Walker...
Kabral: Jim Brown.
Boomer: Trini Lopez!
Roy Boy: Cool.
Kabral: Trini Lopez? I never could figure that one out, man. What in the hell was he doing in The Dirty Dozen, man? If I was putting together a group of murderers and cutthroats, Trini Lopez would not be in the starting lineup.
Boomer: That's why he dies first.
Roy Boy: Yeah, don't they all die?
Boomer: They all don't die.
Kabral: Jim Brown dies.
Roy Boy: Hey man, what do you expect? Of all The Dirty Dozen, this black guy's supposed to sneak in behind enemy lines and pretend he was a Kraut? Ugh?
Boomer: Uh-huh?
Kabral: That's not it, man. It's just the black guy always dies. Think about it, man. Unforgiven, Alien, Rocky 4, The Shining...
Roy Boy: Star Trek 2, Forrest Gump, Witness...
Boomer: Annie Hall! Not Annie Hall...
Roy Boy: No, Night Of The Living Dead.
Boomer: That's the one!
Kabral: And what about that brother in Jurassic Park, man?
Roy Boy: Oh, that was cool.
Boomer: There was two black guys who died in that one! That was a twofer! You must be really pissed off at that one!
Kabral: I'm telling you, man. The black guy always dies first.