Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story (2001 TV Movie)
Rick: What the hell was that?
Steve: Just an idea.
Rick: She's a skank.
Steve: I thought she might cheer you up.
Rick: Yeah, I'll forget all about me arm when I find out I've got crabs.
Joe: So, who do you like?
Rick: What, you mean drummers?
Joe: No, cup finals.
Rick: Well, Argentina's gonna be tough...
Peter Mench: I'm putting AC/DC on tour. 22 gigs, all over England and I need an opening act. I'm thinking Def Leppard.
Joe: That's good thinking.
Rick: I am buying meself the biggest, fastest Corvette Detriot makes. Maybe I'll have 'em put me name on it.
Joe: You think too small, son. Where's the owner?
Owner: That's me.
Joe: Right. I am buying your pub, sir.
Joe: Hey, mate, what are you drinking?
Phil: Alright, listen, it's a look. Glam? No offence, mate, I really fancy girls.
Phil: So, let me get this straight. You're her mum, and you want to do what to me?
Joe: Now my drummer's worried about what a bleeding costume.
Rick: That's not what he's worried about.
Joe: What are you talking about, didn't you hear what he just said?
Rick: Yeah you heard, but you didn't listen. He's scared he can't do it. I mean come on, who ever has? He thinks he gonna let us down.
Joe: [shakes his head and mumbles, not getting it]
Rick: You know, I've spent seems like me whole life backing you playing bass. And all the time you're out there singing and posing and winding them up, do you know what I've been doing?
Rick: I've been watching. You should try it sometime. You'll learn a lot.
Mutt Lange: You guys sold 7 million copies of Pyromania. It's one of the biggest albums in history. It's a good warm-up.
Pete Willis: [when Tony Kenning leaves the band] I hope he's better in the sack than he was on the drum kit!
Steve: You really think we can play together?
Phil: I'll bet you a million pounds, mate.
Steve: I haven't got a million pounds.
Phil: Yeah, well, me neither. So if you're right and we muck up, you get squat. But if I'm right, I'm coming for me money, mate. You can bank on it.
Steve: Why'd you park your car so stupid?
Joe: How could I park it, if I lent it to him?
Phil: You lent me your car?
Joe: Yes,last night so you could take Lo back to the airport.
Steve: Why'd he take her?
Joe: You both took her, you were with him.
Steve: I was.
Rick: Why don't you back the hell off!
Joe: What? Now you. Rick wants to go lie on some beach somewhere.
Joe: [to Steve] You're probably sitting there trying to figure out how this is all your fault.
Joe: [to Sav] You want everyone to just be nice.
Joe: [to Phil] And you, what's your problem.
Phil: Right about now, you.
Mrs. Elliot: He looked good up there didn't he Joe?
Joe Elliott Sr.: Aye, that he did.
Mrs. Elliot: Maybe it could get him out of the factory someday.
Joe Elliott Sr.: Got some savings mum, I can think of worst places to invest it.
Steve: [at a rehab session for Steve] Here I am dragging you out here, to nursemaid me day after bloody day to sit in those bleeding confrontation sessions. I mean that's gotta be fun.
Phil: Mate, we come because we want to.
Steve: Piss that.
Rick: Every single one of us is behind you, mate.
Steve: Yeah? Then maybe you should have backed a better horse.
Rick Allen: [talking about an upcoming show] What's he going to wear?
Joe: Wear? Who let Princess Di in the band?
Rick Allen: It's important.
Joe: It's rock and roll. You can wear a flaming diaper for all I care!
Phil: Hey! No, he can't.
Phil: Because that's what I'm wearing!
Joe: [after rehearsing Pour Some Sugar On Me] Yeah. That's not bad.
Rick Allen: [unsure of himself] I can play it better. Really.
Rick: No, it's fine the way it is.
Rick Allen: [Snapping] I can play it better!
Phil: Hey, you're damn well right you can. You're Rick bloody Allen from Def bygone Leppard! You know I know a million guys who'd trade places with you. Hell they'd give their left arm!
Steve: You're gonna be all right for the concert?
Rick Allen: I'm gonna be the readiest one-armed drummer in the world. You?
Steve: Hell, I could live on stage, bud. You wanna keep me straight? Find me a gig to do 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, I'd be the happiest bloke around.