Night School (1981)
Judd Austin: You stay here and I'll head over to that college.
Taj: Oh great! I gotta stay here and you get to go to the girls' school.
Judd Austin: One of the advantages of a Harvard degree.
Taj: Ka ka era!
Judd Austin: Which in our language means?
Taj: Here comes the bullshit!
Gus: [Gary is standing in the middle of the diner staring at Eleanor]
[from behind him]
Gus: Hey you! I told you to take that garbage out ten minutes ago. Now get it out!
Carol: Oh Gus, he can't help it. You know he's a little slow.
Gus: Never seen anybody so goddamn stupid all my life.
Judd Austin: Don't you ever take your job seriously?
Taj: Come on, Judd. If we did that we'd end up in the funny farm!
Judd Austin: [they arrive at the car and get inside] Duck ponds, bucket, now a fish tank.
Judd Austin: 'The hell are you eating?
Taj: A sandwich. Want some?
Judd Austin: [after a moment's pause] Yeah, give me some.
[Taj hands him half the sandwich and he takes a bite out of it]
Judd Austin: What kind is it?
Taj: Tuna fish.
[disgusted, Judd hands the sandwich back to him, as Taj roars with laughter]
Vincent Millett: [explaining the killer's motive to Judd] You see, animals kill when they're hungry, or when they're threatened. But man is the only animal who destroys his own kind for the sheer pleasure of it.
Judd Austin: Is, uh, Professor Millett in? I'd like to speak to him.
Eleanor Adjai: I'm afraid that's quite impossible. He's working, he left strict instructions not to be disturbed.
Judd Austin: Miss, uh, Adjai. Is that right?
Eleanor Adjai: Yes, that's right.
Judd Austin: I'm not a traveling salesman, Miss Adjai. I'm a police officer, and I have a badge that says I can disturb anybody anytime.
Eleanor Adjai: [after a moment's pause] I'll see if he can talk to you.
Vincent Millett: [Millett knocks on the door of the office of Helene Griffin, the headmistriss] Can I have a word with you, Miss Griffin?
Helene Griffin: Not right now, if you don't mind, Professor Millett.
[she shuts the door in his face and turns to Kathy, a student in her office, who is upset that Millett dumped her]
Helene Griffin: Now, why didn't you tell me about this sooner?
Kathy: [crying] I thought it would go away.
Helene Griffin: You can't love a man like that. He's a self-centered ruthless man! You'd think he'd have more sense than to have an affair with one of his students.
Kathy: [sobbing] I thought he really liked me.
Helene Griffin: And I'll tell you what. His teaching days at this school are over. I am not going to allow that Professor Millett to use this school as a playground for his sexual exploits!