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1. Game of Thrones (2011 TV Series)
Episode: What Is Dead May Never Die (2012)
Three great men sit in a room: a king, a priest, and a rich man. Between them stands a common sellsword. Each great man bids the sellsword kill the other two. Who lives, who dies?
Power resides where men believe it resides. It's a trick. A shadow on the wall. And a very small man can cast a very large shadow.
2. The Walking Dead (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Inmates (2014)
I don't know. But Hershel, Maggie's father, was a great man. And he told me all I had to do was believe, and that's what I'm gonna do. Neither one of us should be alive, right now. She got out, so you're gonna help me find her. Things aren't over. They're not over.
3. Fear the Walking Dead (2015 TV Series)
Episode: North (2016)
Your people? You wanted to be a great man. You still want it.
Madison, I'm sorry, but the man cannot stay.
Are you really gonna leave for the man who abandoned you?
My dear brothers and sisters. You cannot know how happy I am to see you once more. The rumors you have heard... are true. They are coming... the men with guns. We believe tonight. They are coming to kill us... to banish us... and our brothers and sisters. It is the evil of man that stalks us. That same evil of which the world is purging itself. But now... more than ever... we must not fear. Now, more than ever... our faith will hold us. This is not the end... nor will it be. We will not die today. Not today, and not tomorrow. Another destiny awaits us. Glory is ours. We are immune to death. We will overcome this evil. We will defend our home. And we will survive together in El Porvenir. Because what we have is more powerful than weapons of evil. We have our faith... and we have each other. Prepare yourself. The time has come to defend what is ours.
4. Friends (1994 TV Series)
Hey, Jack is a great man. He fought for our country.
No. It's not like Phil Spidermen. He's a spider *man*. You know, like Goldmen is a last name but there's no gold man.
There should *be* a gold man!
The problem is, though, after the concert's over, no matter how great the show was, you girls are always looking for the comedian again, y'know? I mean, we're in the car, we're fighting traffic... basically just trying to stay awake.
Come on, man! Tom Hanks! Meg Ryan! They get mail!
Wow. That's great. Dad must really like you, he doesn't ask just anyone to play.
Aw, man. He took the five of spades.
Why do you have to break up with her? Be a man. Just stop calling.
All right, now we need the semen of a righteous man.
Oh man. In my next life I'm comin' back as a toilet brush.
Oh, yeah. Go for it man, jump off the high dive, stare down the barrel of the gun, pee into the wind.
And that's how it's done. Great soap opera acting tonight everybody, class dismissed.
That's great. Last year I got the gift of space. We should get together and make a continuum.
C'mon man, just take 'em off, just take 'em off and we'll have some fun.
Oh great, food with hair on it.
Hi, Chandler. This is Dennis. He's a great guy...
There was a crooked man, who had a crooked smile, who lived in a shoe, for a... while...
Ooh, I'm a man. Ooh, I have a penis. Ooh, I have to win money to exert my power over women.
Great show. Good work, Joey.
That's a great name... for an industrial solvent.
I think I'd be great in a war. I'd, like, get all the medals.
I thought it'd be great, you know? have some time alone with my thoughts... turns out, I don't have as many thoughts as you'd think.
You mean, we're just gonna elope? This is great. We're gonna save so much money. And, no more pain-in-the-ass planning.
Wow, you must be great in bed.
Yeah, he's just really great to hang around with.
She's so great. She kisses like my mom cooks.
Hey, you're gonna be fine. You're one of the most caring, most responsible men in North America. You're gonna make a great dad.
A person's wedding is important. And especially to me. OK? I didn't have a graduation party. And I didn't go to Prom. And I spent my sweet sixteen being chased round a tyre yard by an escaped mental patient who in his own words wanted to "kill me, or whatever." So I deserve a real celebration and I am not gonna let some sweaty little man make me feel badly about it.
A little louder, okay? I think there's a man on the twelfth floor - in a COMA - who didn't hear you.
That's funny, 'cause I was thinking you look more like Joey Tribbiani, man slash woman.
Gunther... Oh... I love you too. Probably not in the same way, but I do. And, and when I'm in a café, having coffee, or I see a man with hair brighter than the sun, I'll think of you. Aw.
Heh. Let me get this straight. He got you to *beg* to sleep with him. He got you to say he *never* has to call you again. And he got you thinking this is a *great* idea?
This man is my God!
Big deal. So Joey has had a lot of girlfriends. That doesn't mean he's great in bed.
We share a wall. So either is great in bed, or she just liked to agree with him a lot.
With you it's gonna be different. The sex is gonna be great because you guys are in love.
I'm a Tribianni! And this is what we do! We may not be great thinkers, or great leaders, we may not be able to run very fast but God Dammit we can eat!
If you can't do it you can't do it. That's the great thing about this game, it makes you want to kill yourself.
Who's the Bitterest man in the living room/ the Bitterest man in the living room? Hello, Neighbour!
5. Supernatural (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Faith (2006)
Reverend LeGrange is a great man.
Man, you're a lying bastard! Thought you said we were going to see a doctor.
Look Sammy, what can I say man, it's a dangerous gig. I drew the short straw. That's it, end of story.
You think so, young man?
No no, don't be. Just watch what you say around a blind man, we got real sharp ears. What's your name, son?
A young man with an important purpose. A job to do. And it isn't finished.
The old man I saw onstage.
If he is, he's, he's ridin' the whirlwind, it's like puttin' a dog leash on a great white.
6. The Disaster Artist (2017)
You're doing great, man. We'll get there!
7. The Big Bang Theory (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem (2008)
Didn't a great man once say science demands nothing less than the fervent and unconditional dedication of our entire lives?
And who was that great man?
Don't try to deny it. He's a remarkable man, but you have to let him go!
8. The Big Bang Theory (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Hawking Excitation (2012)
I was actually thinking of bringing him along when I go over there so he can meet the great man.
Why are you washing Howard's man panties?
What are you all staring at? Did you ever see a man try to get a meeting with Stephen Hawking before?
Great, another fainter.
Great. Thank you. Oh, that's terrific!
9. Gotham (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Rise of the Villains: A Bitter Pill to Swallow (2015)
Every night when I was young, my mother would sing that song to me when I was going to bed. And every time, she would tell me, 'Oswald... don't listen to the other children. You're handsome and clever. And some day, you will be a great man'. She said that every time. That's all I have left now. Memories. And they're like daggers in my heart.
'The line?' Let me tell you something about the line. My third tour, we were stationed in the desert. We captured three insurgents, when this sandstorm kicks up. Zero visibility. Then we start taking fire. We're getting lit up. Suddenly, I'm alone. I come across one of our prisoners. He's a kid. His hands are zip-tied. But he figures, what the hell, he's gonna use the sandstorm to try to escape. So I jump him. And I take my gun and I jam it in his mouth. I figured it was just a threat. Show him who's boss, you know? Next thing I know... I just pulled the trigger. Blew his head off. That kid woke me up every night for years. Until I made my peace with him. See, I come to find out I'm just a man. And at the right moment, a man might do anything. Any man. There is no line. There's just the law. That's what separates us from the animals. There is no line.
My empire is in ruins. I'm a wanted man with no friends. And my mother... the one person I swore to protect is dead because of my weakness.
A man with nothing that he loves... is a man who cannot be bargained. A man that cannot betrayed. A man who answers to no one... but himself. And that is the man that I see before me. A free man.
10. House of Cards (2013 TV Series)
A great man once said, everything is about sex. Except sex. Sex is about power.
You can't purchase loyalty Raymond. Not the sort I have in mind. If you want to earn my loyalty then you have to offer yours in return. And if we can agree to that - well, you're a man with imagination.
It only takes 10 seconds to crush a man's ambitions.
11. House of Cards (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Chapter 9 (2013)
A great man once said, everything is about sex. Except sex. Sex is about power.
12. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Perfect (2003)
He is a great man. He's going to save the world.
Well, then, I would put you on a course of human growth hormone and testosterone therapy. I guarantee you'd be a new man in the squad room, not to mention the bedroom.
13. Mr. Robot (2015 TV Series)
Oh, I don't know. Is it that we collectively thought Steve Jobs was a great man, even when we knew he made billions off the backs of children? Or maybe it's that it feels like all our heroes are counterfeit? The world itself's just one big hoax. Spamming each other with our running commentary of bullshit, masquerading as insight, our social media faking as intimacy. Or is it that we voted for this? Not with our rigged elections, but with our things, our property, our money. I'm not saying anything new. We all know why we do this, not because Hunger Games books makes us happy, but because we wanna be sedated. Because it's painful not to pretend, because we're cowards. Fuck society.
14. Mr. Robot (2015 TV Series)
Episode: eps1.0_hellofriend.mov (2015)
Oh, i don't know. Is it that we collectively thought Steve Jobs was a great man, when when we knew he made billions off the backs of children? Or maybe it's that it feels like all our heroes are counterfeit. the world itself's just a big hoax. Spamming with our running commentary of bullshit masquerading as insight, our social media faking as intimacy. Or is it that we voted for this? Not with our rigged elections, but with our things, our property, our money. I'm not saying anything new. We all know why we do this, not because Hunger Games books make us happy but because we wanna be sedated. Because it's painful not to pretend, because we're cowards. F society.
Oh, I don't know. Is it that we collectively thought Steve Jobs was a great man even when we knew he made billions off the backs of children?... Or maybe it's that it feels like all our heroes are counterfeit. The world itself's just one big hoax. Spamming each other with our burning commentary *bullshit* masquerading as insight. Our social media faking as intimacy. Or is it that we voted for this. Not with our rigged elections but with our things, our property, our money. I'm not saying anything new, we all know we do this, not because "Hunger Games" books make us happy, but because we want to be sedated. Because it's painful not to pretend because we're cowards... F - - society.
My dad was a... petty thief. Never could hold down a job, so, he just robbed. Convenience stores, shops, small-time stuff. One time, he sat me down, he told me something I never forgot. He said, "Everyone steals. That's how it works. You think people out there are getting exactly what they deserve? No. They're getting paid over or under, but someone in the chain always gets bamboozled. I steal, Son, but I don't get caught. That's my contract with society. Now if you can *catch* me stealing, then I'll go to jail, but if you can't, then I've earned the money." I respected that, man. I thought that shit was cool as a little kid. A few years after that, they finally caught him. Sent him to jail. Dies five years later. My respect goes with him. I thought he was free doing what he did, but he wasn't. He was in prison. Just like you are now, Elliot. But I'm gonna break you out.
15. Sherlock (2010 TV Series)
Episode: The Final Problem (2017)
Well, he's a great man, sir.
We're not actually going to discuss this, are we? I'm sorry, Doctor Watson. You are a fine man in many respects. Make your goodbyes and shoot him. Shoot him!
Make it swift. No need to prolong his agony. Get it over with, and we can get to work. God! I should have expected this. Pathetic. You always were the slow one. The idiot. That's why I've always despised you. You shame us all. You shame the family name. Now, for once for your life, do the right thing. Put this stupid little man out of all our misery. Shoot him.
16. Sherlock (2010 TV Series)
Episode: A Study in Pink (2010)
Because I'm desperate, that's why. And because Sherlock Holmes is a great man, and I think one day, if we're very, very lucky, he might even be a good one.
The bullet they just dug out of the wall's from a handgun. A kill shot over that distance, from that kind of a weapon, that's a crack shot you're looking for. But not just a marksman, a fighter. His hands couldn't have shaken at all, so clearly he's acclimatised to violence. He didn't fire until I was in immediate danger, though, so strong moral principle. You're looking for a man probably with a history of military service and...
Well you have just killed a man.
Yes, I... That's true. But he wasn't a very nice man.
You've got a psychosomatic limp. Of course you've got a therapist. Then there's your brother. Your phone - it's expensive, email enabled, MP3 player. But you're looking for a flat-share, you wouldn't waste money on this. It's a gift, then. Scratches - not one, many over time. It's been in the same pocket as keys and coins. The man sitting next to me wouldn't treat his one luxury item like this, so it's had a previous owner. The next bit's easy, you know it already.
Harry Watson - clearly a family member who's given you his old phone. Not your father - this is a young man's gadget. Could be a cousin, but you're a war hero who can't find a place to live. Unlikely you've got an extended family, certainly not one you're close to, so brother it is. Now, Clara - who's Clara? Three kisses says romantic attachment. Expensive phone says wife, not girlfriend. Must've given it to him recently - this model's only six months old. Marriage in trouble, then - six months on, and already he's giving it away? If she'd left him, he would've kept it. People do, sentiment. But no, he wanted rid of it - he left her. He gave the phone to you, that says he wants you to stay in touch.
Shot in the dark. Good one, though. Power connection - tiny little scuff marks around the edge. Every night he goes to plug it in and charge but his hands are shaky. You never see those marks on a sober man's phone, never see a drunk's without them. There you go, you see? You were right.
17. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Gang Finds a Dead Guy (2005)
Last Christmas, I was over Lionel's house, making him dinner, and we got to talking about the spirit of giving. And I said, 'Lionel, instead of just talking about the spirit of giving, why don't we put it into action?' He said, 'That's a great idea, Dennis.' So we went down to the mission and fed every man, woman, and child that walked in that night and washed the feet of every poor, wretched soul.
Yeah, well he was a great man.
I'm gonna poke him with this. Get up, old man. This isn't the American Legion. Wake up! Yo!
Wake up, old man. Wake up!
18. Lost (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Two for the Road (2006)
He's a great man, John - a brilliant man... But he is not a forgiving man.
19. Will & Grace (1998 TV Series)
Stanley Walker was a great man.
Oh, Will that wasn't sex. Okay, how do I explain this? Okay, when a man and a man love each other very much...
Okay, okay, true or false... I think you're great?
Hey hey. You're not that great Mister Sister. I do a better Cher than you.
This makes me feel like a man.
No, seriously, I'm going to need a man after we're done.
By the way your boobs look great today
You know I had a dream once. To be rich and beautiful and have a great body. Oh look, my dream came true.
One giant leap for man-on-man kind.
No, no. It was great. I mean, the moment I mentioned her name at Barney's, people just started kissing my ass. I got a glass of champagne, a personal shopper, and a Percocet. It was awesome.
Wow, Will, you did a great job planning this wedding.
Come on Will, tell the truth, you're actually a married man with wife and kids with no intention to ever see me again.
But make no mistake about it, Harry. I am a gay man. I sleep with men. I have no desire to sleep with women... Not now, not ever.
I see a man in your life. You're going to spend the rest of your life with this man.
He makes me want to be a bigger man.
You mean a BETTER man.
I thought, finally. A man who can make a woman feel like a girl. And who can make that girl feel like a slut. And who can make that slut feel like a woman.
Oh yeah, honey, we're all lesbians when the right man isn't around.
A nice man.
A FAT man.
He was a decent man.
A kind man.
It's funny, but as a gay man, I'm strangely drawn to you.
A duck. A chicken. An emu. Uma Thurman. Shamu. Okay, no. Okay. The sun. The moon. Reverend Sun Myung Moon. An eclipse. Eclair. Claire Danes. A great dane. Dame Judy Dench. Dame Maggie Smith...
Oh yeah, real rough day for you. Meanwhile, my soon-to-be ex-husband is trying to screw me over. I gave that man the drunkest years of my life.
Your dad's great.
What's so great about another person anyway? All they do is manhandle your boobs and eat all the ham.
Great! Ok, sweetie, well, call me later! ok!
Are you wearing smarty-pants, because that was a great idea!
Will, you're going to be a great dad because for the past 10 years you've been a great one to me.
Well, deal me in. I've got a lifetime membership to the losers club. Hm-mm. I've been dumped by one-ton billionaires, heads of state, and every member of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, but I'm not naming names. What's so great about another person, huh? All they do is manhandle your boobs and eat all the ham.
Man if I had a dollar for every jock strap my stalker stole from me...
The man walked *doily* down the street.
A man who stared humiliation in the face and said: Don't I know you?
From you, ya cow! You invited me here. You sent a car, and you put a bloody great sign in the lobby saying, "Nasty surprise for Lorraine Finster in room 315."
Ooh, check out the man-cake at the counter.
20. Will & Grace (1998 TV Series)
Episode: Yours, Mine or Ours (1999)
They say Jack is a wise man, Jack is a dangerous man, Jack is a great man, no. - Jack is just a man. A man who knows men who like men.
21. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Like Father, Like Clown (1991)
Rabbi, did not a great man say, and I quote 'The Jews are a swinging bunch of people. I mean, I've heard of persecution, but what they went through is ridiculous. But the great thing is, after thousands of years of waiting and holding on and fighting, they finally made it.' End quote.
Oh, yes. For great is the car with power steering and dyna-flow suspension.
Oh, great. We came all this way and it's the wrong guy.
A man who envies our family is a man who needs help.
"At all times let a man be supple as a reed, and not rigid as a cedar."
Yiddle, my man, you're a genius.
The Candy Man? If a performer could think that way, maybe I'm completely upside down on this whole problem. Oh, all the years of joy that I've lost! Why? Because of my stubborn ways...
Hey, funny man!
22. Gilmore Girls (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Written in the Stars (2004)
No, Rory, this great man was not brought down by my vagina, okay?
This has been a great first date.
Your shoes work great with that shirt.
23. Gossip Girl (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Wrong Goodbye (2011)
Those "people" were never your friends. They use people just like you describe in your book. It's not like they come across worse then you do. And there's a certain someone who might like how she's painted in your book and I'm not talking about Serena. Get it published. Take a stand. Be a great man instead of always being a good boy.
Dan, you know as well as I do that you are, and always will be, an outsider to that drama-filled, scandalous, upper class, snobbish high society life just like me. You can't be an insider and make great art. You have to stand alone to observe it and you must not care who's feelings you hurt or what people will think of you.
24. Gossip Girl (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Return of the Ring (2012)
It was a test. To see if you were ready to be a Bass like me. Ruthless, manipulative, vindictive, ambitious, greedy, and iron-hearted. To do the things to be a great man in order to be respected and feared. And you failed.
No, no, no, the most you have done is used my money to redecorate. Bass Industries needs to be run by a man, not a boy like you. You've never grown up. Maybe you can start, now that you're out. I want you out of this hotel by tomorrow. Goodbye and good luck, Chuck.
If I was truly powerful, I'd be content without any man at all.
25. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987 TV Series)
Episode: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 1 (1990)
All you know how to do is play it safe. I suppose that's why someone like you sits in the shadow of a great man for as long as you have, passing up one command after another.
26. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987 TV Series)
Episode: The Best of Both Worlds: Part 2 (1990)
As for Picard - a great man has been lost. Your Captain. My friend.
When a man is convinced he's going to die tomorrow, he'll probably find a way to make it happen. The only one who can turn this around is you.
27. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987 TV Series)
Episode: The Drumhead (1991)
How dare you! You who consort with Romulans, invoke my father's name to support your traitorous arguments. It is an offense to everything I hold dear. And to hear those words used to subvert the United Federation of Planets. My father was a great man! His name stands for integrity and principle. You dirty his name when you speak it! He loved the Federation. But you, Captain, corrupt it. You undermine our very way of life. I will expose you for what you are. I've brought down bigger men than you, Picard!
Have we become so... fearful, have we become so cowardly... that we must extinguish a man? Because he carries the blood of a current enemy?
You know, there are some words I've known since I was a schoolboy: "With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably." Those words were uttered by Judge Aaron Satie, as wisdom and warning. The first time any man's freedom is trodden on, we're all damaged. I fear that today...
I am deeply concerned by what is happening here. It began when we apprehended a spy, a man who admitted his guilt and who will answer for his crime. But the hunt didn't end there. Another man, Mister Simon Tarses, was brought to trial and it was a trial, no matter what others choose to call it. A trial based on insinuation and innuendo. Nothing substantive offered against Mister Tarses, much less proven. Mister Tarses' grandfather is Romulan, and for that reason his career now stands in ruins. Have we become so fearful? Have we become so cowardly that we must extinguish a man because he carries the blood of a current enemy? Admiral, let us not condemn Simon Tarses, or anyone else, because of their bloodlines, or investigate others for their innocent associations. I implore you, do not continue with this proceeding. End it now.
28. Scandal (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Where's the Black Lady? (2015)
I'm sorry about Jerry. I am. I didn't have anything against him. He was a nice boy. But he was a boy. And you are a man, a great man, and I had to choose between a nice boy and a great man, and I chose the great man, and I am not sorry about that. I am proud of that. He was a sacrifice. I am a sacrifice. There are sacrifices that need to be made for greatness, brush that needs to be cleared for the path of history.
Honestly, I don't care, I get paid either way. But for argument's sake, let's wager. $1 I bet you that he will go to war for you. $1 says he does it. Because president or not, he's just a man a sad, terrified man who's lost his Olivia doll and wants her back. Call me a romantic, but I wager a dollar that he loves you, and that's what makes the world go 'round, emotion, sex, jealousy, insecurities. Bush invaded Iraq to avenge his daddy. Clinton bombed Serbia so we'd forget about Monica. Napoleon, well Napoleon... The president will go to war, Olivia, and he will meet our demands. History says so. Love says so. I say so. I'll wager you that. Is it a bet?
You're sitting on one of the most valuable assets in the world and not using it. Imagine the price I'd fetch on the open market. "Own Olivia Pope, you own the president." Make that known, you're the most powerful man in the world. Nations, dictators, drug cartels they'd all come running. You'd be rich beyond your wildest dreams, but, no, you'd rather honor your contract, spend the next three years bringing me food and water. Yes, you'd be the highest-paid babysitter on the planet, but that's all you'd be a babysitter.
29. Dark Matter (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.9 (2015)
Your father was a great man who served this house with honor. But mine is a tyrant.
Oh that's just great. Four's a prince.
30. Captain America: Civil War (2016)
You know, they say sarcasm is a metric for potential. If that's true, you'll be a great man some day.
Captain America! I know you, too. You're great!
Hey, man!
It was a great audition, but it'll...
We're outside the law on this one, so if you come with us, you're a wanted man.
Cap... Captain? Big fan. Spider-Man.
S-Spider-Man.
Come on, man.
My father lived outside the city, and I thought we would be safe there. My son was excited. He could see the Iron Man from the car window. I told my wife, "Don't worry. They're fighting in the city. We're miles from harm." And the dust cleared, and the screaming stopped. It took me two days until I found their bodies. My father still holding my wife and son in his arms... And the Avengers? They went home. I knew I couldn't kill them. More powerful men than me have tried. But if I could get them to kill each other... I'm sorry about your father. He seemed a good man, with a dutiful son.
Huh. Five years ago, I had a heart attack. I dropped right in the middle of my backswing. Turned out it was the best round of my life because after thirteen hours of surgery and a triple bypass, I have found something forty years in the army had never taught me... perspective. The world owes the Avengers an unpayable debt. You have fought for us, protected us, risked your lives. But while a great many people see you as heroes, there are some who would prefer the word "vigilantes".
When S.H.I.E.L.D. fell, Black Widow released Hydra files to the public. Millions of pages. Much of it encrypted, not easy to decipher, but... I have experience... and patience. A man can do anything if he has those.
Some guy... so itchy man, God.
Spider-Man will return
In the 8 years since Mr. Stark announced himself as Iron Man, the number of known enhanced persons has grown exponentially. And during the same period, a number of potentially world-ending events has risen at a commensurable rate.
Oh, that's Charles Spencer, by the way. He's a great kid. Computer engineering degree, 3.6 GPA. Had a floor-level gig, an intel plan for the fall. But first he wanted to put a few miles on his sole before he parked it behind a desk. See the world, maybe be of service. Charlie didn't wanna go to Vegas or Fort Lauderdale, which is what I would do. He didn't go to Paris or Amsterdam, which sounds fun. He decided to spend his summer building sustainable housing for the poor. Guess where: Sokovia. He wanted to make a difference, I suppose. I mean, we won't know because we dropped a building on him while we were kickin' ass... There's no decision-making process here. We need to be put in check! And whatever form that takes, I'm game. If we can't accept limitations, we're boundaryless, we're no better than the bad guys.
31. Gangs of New York (2002)
The Priest and me, we lived by the same principles. It was only faith divided us. He gave me this, you know? That was the finest beating I ever took. My face was pulp. My guts was pierced, my ribs was all mashed up. And when he came to finish me, I couldn't look him in the eye. He spared me, because he wanted me to live in shame. This was a great man. A great man. So I out out the eye that looked away, I sent it to him wrapped in blue paper. I would've cut them both out if I could have fought him blind. And I rose back up again with a full heart... and buried him in his own blood. He was the only man I ever killed worth remembering.
He was the only man I ever killed worth remembering.
That man was right born for this.
Is that man drunk?
In the end, they put candles on the bodies so's their friends, if they had any, could know them in the dark. The city did this free of charge. Shang, Jimmy Spoils, Hell-cat, McGloin, and more. Friend or foe, didn't make no difference now. It was four days and nights before the worst of the mob was finally put down. We never knew how many New Yorkers died that week before the city was finally delivered. My father told me we was all born of blood and tribulation, and so then too was our great city. But for those of us what lived and died in them furious days, it was like everything we knew was mightily swept away. And no matter what they did to build this city up again... for the rest of time... it would be like no one ever knew we was even here.
I don't see no Americans. I see trespassers, Irish harps. Do a job for a nickel what a nigger does for a dime and a white man used to get a quarter for. What have they done? Name one thing they've contributed.
We hold in our hearts the memory of our fallen brothers whose blood stains the very streets we walk today. Also on this night we pay tribute to the leader of our enemies, an honorable man, who crossed over bravely, fighting for what he believed in. To defeat my enemy, I extinguish his life, and consume him as I consume these flames. In honor of Priest Vallon.
I killed the last honorable man, 15 years ago. Since then it's... You seen his portrait downstairs?
He ain't earned a death! He ain't a death at my hands! No, he'll walk amongst you marked with shame, a freak worthy of Barnum's Museum of Wonders. God's only man, spared by the Butcher.
It means, 'If you're not strong you'd better be smart.' Now I don't know if you're being too clever or too dumb, but whichever it is just remember this much. For all his faults, your father was a man who loved his people.
Then I'm your man.
Our name is called "The Dead Rabbits" to remind all of our suffering, and as a call to those who suffer still to join our ranks. However far they may have strayed from our common home across the sea. For with great numbers must come great strength in the salvation of our people.
Whose man are you?
This man is trying to draw me into an argument!
32. M*A*S*H (1972 TV Series)
Episode: Bottoms Up (1981)
Proof past that behind every great man there is a great behind.
Concerning your enemy and mine BJ Hunnicut. This is a man with two faces, each one containing a forked tongue.
These came out great. That BJ is the living end.
Please, please, please. We must all remember that the poor man is demented, he's obviously suffering from a fanny fetish.
33. M*A*S*H (1972 TV Series)
Episode: The Trial of Henry Blake (1973)
Behind every great man, there is a woman with a vibrator.
34. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 TV Series)
Episode: The Siege (1993)
Somehow you figured now that he was here... things would be better. You know, he'd... he'd find a way to make things better. Because he was a man who could do that - a great man. I wish I knew where we could find others like him.
Great. Seat-of-the-pants technology.
35. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Ties of Blood and Water (1997)
It takes a great man to admit he's wrong. And that's what Ghemor did. I'm speaking of his last minute change of heart - his deathbed decision to embrace the new Dominion government.
36. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Valiant (1998)
That's not true. Captain Watters was a great man.
He may have been a hero. He may even have been a great man. But in the end, he was a bad captain.
He may have been a hero. He may even have been a great man. But in the end, he was a bad captain.
37. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Once More Unto the Breach (1998)
Only that they are children. Even Martok, who, for all his flaws, is a great man, even Martok is but a child compared to you or me. They're quick to judge, and slow to forgive. They still have much to learn.
You are both wrong. The only real question is whether you believe in the legend of Davy Crockett or not. If you do, then there should be no doubt in your mind that he died a hero's death. If you do not believe in the legend, then he was just a man, and it does not matter how he died.
You heard me. I know how Jadzia felt about Worf; but that was her life, not yours. You're Ezri Dax. You need to give yourself a chance to explore other relationships. You're young, and beautiful, and full of life. Why go after a man who's only a memory to you? I've had my problems with Worf, I'll admit that, but this is not about me or my feelings; this is about you. Worf has done nothing, and I mean nothing, to deserve you. Shouldn't you try and find someone who's willing to win your heart, not just inherit it? You deserve better. There, I've said my piece.
I miss a great deal about those days.
Perhaps. But it would take a man with three times his experience to accomplish such a feat. And such a man... would have to be certain of his abilities.
Such a man would not take the job - unless he *were* certain.
You can wound a man without ever seeing his face.
How? How did that pompous old man hold off an entire Jem'Hadar fleet with only one ship?
38. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 TV Series)
Episode: The Circle (1993)
A great man. Li Nalas can handle the job, believe me.
Idiotic bureaucracy! Now I suppose they'll expect me to break in a new man!
39. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993 TV Series)
Episode: In the Pale Moonlight (1998)
I'm not an impatient man. I'm not one to agonize over decisions once they're made. I got that from my father. He always says, "Worry and doubt are the greatest enemies of a great chef. The soufflé will either rise or it won't. There's not a damn thing you can do about it, so you might as well just sit back and wait, and see what happens."
Gul Dukat is a great man.
No. I think we can call it a bribe. And thank you, Captain. Thank you for restoring my faith in the ninety-eighth Rule of Acquisition: "Every man has his price."
So - you're the Commander of Deep Space Nine; and the Emissary to the Prophets, decorated combat officer, widower, father, mentor... and, oh yes - the man who started the war with the Dominion. Somehow I thought you'd be taller.
Very good, old man. You would have made a decent Romulan.
When the Senator arrives, you will show him a holographic recording of a secret meeting held at the highest levels of the Dominion in which the planned invasion of Romulus is being discussed. You will tell the Senator that this information was obtained through various covert means at great cost to the Federation - "at least ten good men lost their lives bringing it across the lines" - that sort of thing.
40. 24 (2001 TV Series)
A year and a half ago I was warned my life was in danger. I was told the only way to survive was to create the illusion that I was dead. I had the deceive people I cared about. My daughter will never forgive me. Now that I see the depth of your corruption there is no doubt that source of danger was you. David Palmer was a great man and a great president, but he was also my friend. He tried to warn me about you and now he is dead. Other people tried to help me and they are dead. So Mr. Logan, I really have nothing left to lose.
New York, Washington, San Francisco made it through; they're on their way. I re-routed Las Vegas; our man is driving there now. But we missed Chicago and Cleveland.
Today is NOT the day to prove that everything is okay and this will be a rough day. Get your head straight man, and do what you got to do.
Wait a minute, whatever you did to help David was *not* for the benefit of my children. Let's get that straight. You're just a small man, Alan, who lords his money over his friends because that's all you have, that's all you are! Why do you think your wife had to go out and find another man?
Remember that time we came into work together about a month ago? Mason made some wisecrack remark, and you came up with this really great BS story, early breakfast meeting with District 3. I was really impressed with how convincing a liar you were.
All I'm trying to say is that I'm here for you. But today is not the day to try to prove to everybody that you're all better. It's about to hit the fan, you know that and I know that. So do what you gotta do, man. Get your head straight, so we can do our work.
That man has more lives than a cat.
Are you trying to protect this man?
No, Agent Bauer, I have no misplaced loyalties. If the man you are looking for has murdered an innocent, he is as guilty in the eyes of Islam as he is in yours.
The man that I'm looking for set in motion a plan today to detonate a nuclear weapon in Los Angeles.
You did great.
41. 24 (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Day 5: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m. (2006)
A year and a half ago, I was warned that my life was in danger by someone within the government. I was told the only way I could stay alive was to create the illusion that I was dead. I was forced to deceive people that I loved. My only daughter will never forgive me. As I see the depth of your corruption unfold, I have no doubt that you are that source of danger. David Palmer was a great man, and he was a great President. He was also my friend. He tried to warn me about you and now he is dead. Other people tried to help me, and they are dead, too. So Mr. Logan, I hope you understand... I have absolutely nothing to lose. You are going to be held accountable for your part of everything that happened today. You will not be able to hide behind the Presidency - right here, right now, you are going to face justice! And make no mistake about this, this is personal. And if you think for a second that I am scared to put a bullet in your brain, you don't know me. I am going to ask you one last time. Who are your co-conspirators? You have until the count of three, or I will kill you.
A man will say anything under torture, this won't mean a thing.
42. Apocalypse Now (1979)
Hey, man, you don't talk to the Colonel. You listen to him. The man's enlarged my mind. He's a poet warrior in the classic sense. I mean sometimes he'll... uh... well, you'll say "hello" to him, right? And he'll just walk right by you. He won't even notice you. And suddenly he'll grab you, and he'll throw you in a corner, and he'll say, "Do you know that 'if' is the middle word in life? If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, if you can trust yourself when all men doubt you"... I mean I'm... no, I can't... I'm a little man, I'm a little man, he's... he's a great man! I should have been a pair of ragged claws scuttling across floors of silent seas...
I've seen horrors... horrors that you've seen. But you have no right to call me a murderer. You have a right to kill me. You have a right to do that... but you have no right to judge me. It's impossible for words to describe what is necessary to those who do not know what horror means. Horror... Horror has a face... and you must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror are your friends. If they are not, then they are enemies to be feared. They are truly enemies! I remember when I was with Special Forces... seems a thousand centuries ago. We went into a camp to inoculate some children. We left the camp after we had inoculated the children for polio, and this old man came running after us and he was crying. He couldn't see. We went back there, and they had come and hacked off every inoculated arm. There they were in a pile. A pile of little arms. And I remember... I... I... I cried, I wept like some grandmother. I wanted to tear my teeth out; I didn't know what I wanted to do! And I want to remember it. I never want to forget it... I never want to forget. And then I realized... like I was shot... like I was shot with a diamond... a diamond bullet right through my forehead. And I thought, my God... the genius of that! The genius! The will to do that! Perfect, genuine, complete, crystalline, pure. And then I realized they were stronger than we, because they could stand that these were not monsters, these were men... trained cadres. These men who fought with their hearts, who had families, who had children, who were filled with love... but they had the strength... the strength... to do that. If I had ten divisions of those men, our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral... and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling... without passion... without judgment... without judgment! Because it's judgment that defeats us.
What are they going to say about him? What? Are they going to say he was a kind man? He was a wise man? He had plans? He had wisdom? Bullshit, man!
How many people had I already killed? There were those six that I knew about for sure. Close enough to blow their last breath in my face. But this time, it was an American and an officer. That wasn't supposed to make any difference to me, but it did. Shit... charging a man with murder in this place was like handing out speeding tickets in the Indy 500. I took the mission. What the hell else was I gonna do?
Oh man... the bullshit piled up so fast in Vietnam, you needed wings to stay above it.
Disneyland? Fuck, man, this is better than Disneyland!
This Colonel guy? He's wacko, man! He's worse than crazy. He's evil. It's fuckin' pagan idolatry. Look around you. Shit! He's loco... I ain't afraid of all them fuckin' skulls and altars and shit. I used to think if I died in an evil place, then my soul wouldn't be able to make it to Heaven. But now? Fuck! I mean, I don't care where it goes, as long as it ain't here. So whaddya wanna do? I'll kill the fuck.
Charlie didn't get much USO. He was dug in too deep or moving too fast. His idea of great R&R was cold rice and a little rat meat. He had only two ways home: death, or victory.
On the river, I thought that the minute I looked at him, I'd know what to do, but it didn't happen. I was in there with him for days, not under guard; I was free, but he knew I wasn't going anywhere. He knew more about what I was going to do than I did. If the generals back in Nha Trang could see what I saw, would they still want me to kill him? More than ever, probably. And what would his people back home want if they ever learned just how far from them he'd really gone? He broke from them, and then he broke from himself. I'd never seen a man so broken up and ripped apart.
This is the way the fucking world ends! Look at this fucking shit we're in, man! Not with a bang, but with a whimper. And with a whimper, I'm fucking splitting, Jack.
What? Oh, that's typical! Shit! Fuckin' Vietnam mission! I'm short, and we gotta go up there so you can kill one of our own guys? That's fuckin' great! That's just fuckin' great! Shit! That's fuckin' crazy! I thought you were going in there to blow up a bridge, or some fucking railroad tracks or something!
In charge? I don't know, man. I'm just doing what I'm told - I'm just a working girl.
I wish I had words, man. I wish I had words... I can tell ya something like the other day he wanted to kill me. Somethin' like that...
Why would a nice guy like you want to kill a genius? Why? Because they told you he was crazy? The Colonel is not crazy. The man is clear in his mind, but his soul is mad.
You can have the whole goddamn fuckin' shit, man! You can kiss my ass in the county square cause I'm fuckin' buggin' out! I didn't come here for this! I don't fuckin' need it, I don't want it! I didn't get out of the goddamn Eighth grade for this kinda shit! All I wanted to do was fuckin' cook! I just wanted to learn to fuckin' cook, man!
They lined us up in front of a hundred yards of prime rib. All of us, you know, lined up and looking at it. Magnificent meat! Really! Beautifully marbled... magnifique! Next thing, they're throwing the meat into these big cauldrons. All of it, boiling it. I looked inside, man, and it was turning gray. I couldn't fuckin' believe that one!
43. The Godfather: Part II (1974)
There was this kid I grew up with; he was younger than me. Sorta looked up to me, you know. We did our first work together, worked our way out of the street. Things were good, we made the most of it. During Prohibition, we ran molasses into Canada... made a fortune, your father, too. As much as anyone, I loved him and trusted him. Later on he had an idea to build a city out of a desert stop-over for GI's on the way to the West Coast. That kid's name was Moe Greene, and the city he invented was Las Vegas. This was a great man, a man of vision and guts. And there isn't even a plaque, or a signpost or a statue of him in that town! Someone put a bullet through his eye. No one knows who gave the order. When I heard it, I wasn't angry; I knew Moe, I knew he was head-strong, talking loud, saying stupid things. So when he turned up dead, I let it go. And I said to myself, this is the business we've chosen; I didn't ask who gave the order, because it had nothing to do with business!
If I could only live to see it, to be there with you. What I wouldn't give for twenty more years! Here we are, protected, free to make our profits without Kefauver, the goddamn Justice Department and the F.B.I. ninety miles away, in partnership with a friendly government. Ninety miles! It's nothing! Just one small step, looking for a man who wants to be President of the United States, and having the cash to make it possible. Michael, we're bigger than U.S. Steel.
Those were the great old days,you know... And we was like the Roman Empire... The Corleone family was like the Roman Empire...
Young man, I hear you and your friends are stealing goods. But you don't even send a dress to my house. No respect! You know I've got three daughters. This is my neighborhood. You and your friends should show me some respect. You should let me wet my beak a little. I hear you and your friends cleared $600 each. Give me $200 each, for your own protection. And I'll forget the insult. You young punks have to learn to respect a man like me! Otherwise the cops will come to your house. And your family will be ruined. Of course, if I'm wrong about how much you stole, I'll take a little less. And by less, I only mean - a hundred bucks less. Now don't refuse me. Understand, paisan? Understand, paisan?... Tell your friends I don't want a lot. Just enough to wet my beak. Don't be afraid to tell them!
44. Firefly (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Shindig (2002)
Sure. It would be humiliating. Having to lie there while the better man refuses to spill your blood. Mercy is the mark of a great man.
I wouldn't stand for it anyway, Captain, jealous man like me.
How would you even set up a meet, man won't deal with you?
You have to finish it, lad. You have to finish it. For a man to lay beaten... and yet breathing? It makes him a coward.
Guess I'm just a good man.
And it's - it's doing a great job.
You didn't have to wound that man.
'Kay, help me find our man. He's supposed to be older, kind of stocky, wears a red sash crossways.
You have a strange sense of nobility Captain. You'll lay a man out for implying I'm a whore but you keep calling me one to my face.
45. Cheers (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Show Down: Part 1 (1983)
Oh Sam, he's not that great. The man can tell an interesting story, he's met a few interesting people, but he's just a man, like any other man you'd meet in Greek mythology.
I think that you and Derek will make a great match.
46. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
Ben is a great man.
That wizard is just a crazy old man. Now, tomorrow I want you to take that R2 unit to Anchorhead and have its memory erased. That'll be the end of it. It belongs to us now.
The battle station is heavily shielded and carries a firepower greater than half the star fleet. Its defenses are designed around a direct, large-scale assault. A small one-man fighter should be able to penetrate the outer defense.
Well, the Empire doesn't consider a small one-man fighter to be any threat, or they'd have a tighter defense. An analysis of the plans provided by Princess Leia has demonstrated a weakness in the battle station. But the approach will not be easy. You are required to maneuver straight down this trench and skim the surface to this point. The target area is only two meters wide. It's a small thermal exhaust port, right below the main port. The shaft leads directly to the reactor system. A precise hit will start a chain reaction which should destroy the station. Only a precise hit will set off a chain reaction. The shaft is ray-shielded, so you'll have to use proton torpedoes.
Then man your ships. And may the Force be with you.
It's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. I've outrun Imperial starships. Not the local bulk cruisers mind you, I'm talking about the big Corellian ships now. She's fast enough for you old man. What's the cargo?
Great, kid! Don't get cocky.
Your powers are weak, old man.
Yeah, great at getting us into trouble.
I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened.
Great shot, kid, that was one in a million!
Sure hope the old man got that tractor beam out of commission, or this is gonna be a real short trip. Okay, hit it!
Your powers are weak, old man.
47. Chuck (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Chuck Versus the Ring: Part II (2010)
He wasn't crazy... Our dad was a great man, who did amazing things. He was not perfect, not as a dad, no. But he was great.
48. 30 Rock (2006 TV Series)
Episode: The Tuxedo Begins (2012)
No, me getting mugged is New York doing what she does best... calling a great man to action. It's the original Ghostbusters all over again!
49. Heroes (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Chapter Eight 'Villains' (2008)
You were a great man, Arthur; you were a visionary. But somewhere along the line you lost your soul.
I'm gonna hurt that man. And when I do, if you're standing next to him, you're gonna get hurt too. It's time to choose a side, dad - your client or your family!
Let's not idolize your father because he's dead. He wasn't God; he was a man - deeply flawed in ways you will never know.
50. Agatha Christie's Poirot (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan (1993)
They are wrong, mon ami. You have a face that is most distinguished. You have no need to work for this newspaper. You have a face of a great man.
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