(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Mine (2008)
Well of course I can't, Sookie. But had they known that, they'd have considered you fair game. And I wouldn't have been able to stop them from attacking you. It would be three against one. And Malcolm is much older than I am and quite strong.
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Bad Faith (2013)
When the two of you were colleagues, that's fair game, but you're a name partner now, and you have to show him some respect.
(1994 TV Series)
Episode: The One with the Routine (1999)
I can see where you're coming from. But... no. Sorry she's fair game.
...All right, that's fair.
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: All About My Brother (2008)
Cheating, drinking, drugs, it's all fair game, but outing your sister's boyfriend is dark. How did squeaky clean Humphrey ever come up with that?
Motive is irrelevant as long as our in game is the same.
No Blair this is not a game to me okay. I don't want her to get hurt.
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Ex-Husbands and Wives (2010)
Be careful - once darkness descends true natures emerge and everything's a fair game. Until morning.
|6.||Beverly Hills, 90210
(1990 TV Series)
Episode: Smashed (1996)
Hey Sanders! Are these two fair game?
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Neighborhood Watch (2010)
Yeah, until the next year, when you went off to high school, and then Nate was fair game. Todd and a bunch of those punks made his life miserable.
This is just a harmless game of cat and mouse between me and a professional killer!
|8.||Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
Hey, this is me - Papa Burgundy. As far as I'm concerned Corningstone's fair game. Let the games begin. Wey-ho. Wey-ho.
I pooped a Cornish game hen.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.4482 (2004)
In other words, fair game.
|10.||The Incredible Hulk
(1978 TV Series)
Episode: The Snare (1979)
You've no right to call yourself a hunter, Sutton. A real hunter plays a fair game. You're a coward. You're afraid of a fair game. you only care about winning. That's all you want out of life, isn't it, Sutton, to win?
Good morning David, you're still on the island, quite a distance from the house. As you can guess from your hangover, I drugged you last night. But I hope you're well rested, you'll be needing every bit of energy you have. In your grave, you'll find a bag with food and flint. As to the rules David, There are none. You see, I became bored with hunting animals, that's why I prefer to hunt men. You have an intellect. That's what makes you a challenge. Oh, and David, if it helps, think of chess. Like in chess, think twice about everything you do, because, unlike chess, when this game's over, the board cannot be set up again.
So they're, like, fair game?
Hey, none taken. Now, there's nothin' fair about a girl landing a double pike and losing a tenth 'cause her toes weren't pointed. Nothin' fair about judges who don't have instant replay, and they're lookin' for perfection. Can you imagin football without instant replay? It'd be mayhem.
She's fair game, Joe. It's always open season on princesses.
I don't care, man. If she can cut her own food, she's fair game.
I'm finished speaking to both of you okay? You're both fucking insane. You want to know what your problem is? MTV, Playboy, and Madison fucking Avenue. Yes. Let me explain something to you, ok? Girls with big tits have big asses. Girls with little tits have little asses. That's the way it goes. God doesn't fuck around; he's a fair guy. He gave the fatties big, beautiful tits and the skinnies little tiny niddlers. It's not my rule. If you don't like it, call him. Hey Mitch. Thank you.
(1985 TV Series)
Since when did my personal life outside the office become fair game for your amusement inside the office?
|15.||Anatomy of a Murder
All right, the cat's out of the bag; it's fair game for me to chase it!
|16.||The Thick of It
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.2 (2005)
No, no, no, it's not ok, it's not going to be ok, and I tell you why. Because you're fair game, so I hope your knickers are clean because every seat-sniffing little shitbag that's ever filed a by-line is gonna be questioning you! Because now it's in the fucking public interest, isn't it? And they are gonna hit you with any shit they can find and you're gonna be spread out infront of them like a trollop in the stocks!
|17.||Masters of Horror
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Pick Me Up (2006)
Now, our judgmental trucker friend here, he's the type of guy who likes to hunt. He likes to theorize about prey, and he likes to think about worthy opponents and fair game, and just with all that bullshit. He loves it. Very romantic. Now, he thinks he ain't a predator. You should have seen him back at that bus.
When a girl is under 21, she's protected by law. When she's over 65, she's protected by nature. Anywhere in between, she's fair game. Look out.
|19.||Out for Justice
And here's my badge. Fair game now, ok? This is your trophy, this is your trophy! Come and get it.
(2001 TV Movie)
Well, if they want to talk about what happens on the field, I say that's fair game. But this, this is cheap shot bullshit!
Ninety percent of the game is half mental.
As I stand here this afternoon, it is impossible not to think of the Babe; not to feel his presence here even now. He was more than a ball player. He was everything that is special about this game. He was everything that is special about America.
You're kidding me. We're only a game up on the Tigers, the most important series of the year and you want to screw with it? What is this about, the home runs? You're reading the fan mail? You're letting the fans run the team?
I'm not a sentimental type guy, but... most of us, we bang around the game for a while, then we are forgotten. Ruth, Cobb, Gehrig, DiMaggio, those guys were bigger than the game, and I know that is not what you want. But right now, whether you like it or not, you're bigger than the game. And this is your chance to go out there and show them what you're made of, and that you owe to yourself. I'll tell you what, why don't you start the game, and at any moment you want to get out, you give me a look, and I'll take you out.
Ok... sounds fair.
... So the guy tells me "Hey, Rog, would you sign an X for my kid?" I sign X and the son of a bitch takes off! I was going to give him a real autograph, I was just kidding around! We win the most important game of the season and this is the horseshit they write about?
|21.||Angels with Dirty Faces
Hey! Call a fair game or I'll slap you right in the kisser!
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Invincible Friendship (2001)
Cheap nothin'. That's fair game! You're the one playin' tricks, Yankee!
|23.||Sweet Smell of Success
Now, come, J.J., that's a little too harsh. Anyone seems fair game for you tonight.
Way up high, Sam, where it's always balmy. Where no one snaps his fingers and says, "Hey, Shrimp, rack the balls!" Or, "Hey, mouse, mouse, go out and buy me a pack of butts." I don't want tips from the kitty. I'm in the big game with the big players. My experience I can give you in a nutshell, and I didn't dream it in a dream, either - dog eat dog. In brief, from now on, the best of everything is good enough for me.
Well son, it looks like we have to call this game on account of darkness.
I been working since I was ten years old, Jessie, cleaning spittoons at a dime a day. It's now thirty years later, and all I can see out the window here is a dirt road going nowhere. The only thing that changes the view is the spotted dog lifting his leg against the wall over there. Saturday nights, I haul out the town drunks. I get their 25-cent dinners and their rotgut liquor heaved up over the front of my one good shirt. I wear three pounds of iron strapped to my leg. That makes me fair game for any punk cowboy who's had one too many. No, Jess, I don't need a wife. I need out.
Don't try it again, that Vaquero is more than a fair hand.
All men are fair game from now on!
I'll tell you what it says to me. It says there's a pattern here. A first-time victim becomes a second-time victim, and a second-time victim often becomes a third. We see it all the time. Now what do you think it is about you Lisa that tells people you're fair game.
|27.||Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood
There's no way we can really make childhood healthy in this country without a government effort. We've done it in other areas. We do it in the area of child safety. We have laws about putting helmets on kids, seat belt laws, tobacco marketing to kids. But somehow we think it's okay to make children fair game for marketers who just want to profit from them, irrespective of the impacts on their health and well-being.
This generation of children is marketed to as never before. Kids are being marketed to through brand licensing, through product placement, marketing in schools, through stealth marketing, through viral marketing. There's DVDs, there's video games, there's the internet, there are iPods, there are cell phones. There are so many more ways of reaching children so that there is a brand in front of a child's face every moment of every day.