Urban Cowboy (1980)
Sissy: You a real cowboy?
Bud: Well that depends on what you think a real cowboy is?
Sissy: Know how to do 2-step?
Bud: You bet.
Sissy: Wanna prove it?
Bud: Now, you gotta learn something - there are just certain things a girl cain't do.
Sissy: Name one.
Marshall: I can name serval, pissin' on the side of a wall, gettn laid while your pants are still on...
Sissy: Why would you want to?
[Bud is upset that Sissy left before he got the rodeo prize]
Pam: You did it for her; didn't you?
Pam: Practicing, winning, all that, didn't you?
Bud: What are you talkin' about?
Pam: Because you sure didn't do it for me.
Bud: Pam, this ain't no time to start this with me, what are you talking about?
Pam: Look, I'm a shit, but I'm not that big a shit. I have to tell you something, remember when you came home from ridding on the bull that first time and the trailer was all clean and flowers around; I didn't do that, Sissy did it, she was there. She left you a note asking you to phone her. I tore it up, cause I was sorta jealous. I wanted to keep my cowboy. You don't love me Bud, and I don't really love you, not like that. So you shouldn't let her get away. But I tell you what, if you ever wanna make her jealous you know where I am.
Bud: I gotta go.
Bud: [to Wes] HEY TATTOO! You see this here? That there's a weddin' ring. That means we're married! She's MINE, okay?
Uncle Bob: You know Bud; sometimes even a cowboy's gotta swallow his pride to hold on to somebody he loves.
Bud: What do you mean?
Uncle Bob: Hell I know, I pretty near lost Corrine and the kids a couple of times just 'cause of pride. You know you think that ol' pride's gonna choke you going down but I tell you what ain't a night goes by I don't thank the boss up there for giving me a big enough throat. 'Cause without Corrine and them kids hell I'd just be another pile of dog shit in the canteloupe patch just drawing flys.
Bud: I guess so.
Uncle Bob: Think about it Bud, pride's one of those seven deadlies you know what I mean?
Bud: All cowboys ain't dumb. Some of 'em got smarts real good, like me.
Plant Supervisor: [Bud is interviewing for a job at the oil refinery where Uncle Bob works. His application is being reviewed] Bud Davis, huh?
Bud: [nervous] My, my full name is Buford Uon Davis, but nobody calls me Buford 'cept my Grandmother, and she's half Indian. My initials are B.U.D., it spells Bud.
Plant Supervisor: [mildly annoyed] I can spell, boy.
[looks at application more closely]
Plant Supervisor: What pipeline? There ain't no pipeline in Spur!
Bud: Yes there is. It came in last Spring. I was workin' on insulatin' it. Then Uncle Bob said you was hiring so I come down here.
Plant Supervisor: Most of our insulatin' work we contract out. But I can start you out as a general helper, a laborer, a gopher. You know what a gopher is, boy?
Bud: Well, I suppose it means you go for things.
Bud: Or it could mean you're an animal...
Plant Supervisor: Yeah, well around here they're on the same level. Start you off right at the bottom, work up.
[Looks at Bud intensely]
Plant Supervisor: But I'm gonna tell you one thing. You're gettin' this job because of your Uncle Bob. He's been here a long time and he's a damn good man.
Plant Supervisor: And I'm gonna tell you one thing more. You're gonna have to lose that beard. It's regulations, any kind of a fresh-air mask...
Sissy: I brought ya some coffee.
Bud: Get me a beer.
Sissy: Bud, if they smell beer on your breath at work -
Bud: JUST GET ME A BEER!
Sissy: Uncle Bob wanted you to be happy. Are you happy?
Bud: Yep, yes I am. You?
Sissy: Yep, I finally got what I wanted. I got a real cowboy.
Bud: And I got what I wanted. I finally got myself a real lady.
Pam: Bud, the family car's waiting.
Bud: The family car's waiting.