Skinwalkers (2002 TV Movie)
Jim Chee: I don't see how I can do this.
Wilson Sam: Do what?
Jim Chee: This case. It's too much.
Wilson Sam: Wrong, Jim. Cop, medicine man, garbage man... No matter who you are, the dark wind blows on everyone, Jim. You just have to push yourself through it.
Jim Chee: Did you get a look at 'em?
German woman: What you say?
Jim Chee: The boys who took your rental car, do you know what they look like?
German woman: Oh, all the same. You know, there were Indians, like the two of you.
[referring to him and Dr. Yazzie]
Jim Chee: I get it. "Like the two of you."
[writing in his notebook]
Emma Leaphorn: Hey, honey. Surfing for porn?
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: Yeah, right.
[after he ignores her greeting]
Jim Chee: You know, you were voted what, ah "Most Likely To Move To Hollywood?"
Janet Pete: Not that it matters but it was "New York."
Emma Leaphorn: Hear this Joe? Free medical advice. Hey, Joe has athlete's foot so bad...
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: For crying out loud, Emma!
Emma Leaphorn: Oh, don't be embarrassed Joe. Jim here's ah...
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: Yeah, yeah I know. A medicine man.
Wilson Sam: You try to walk a straight path in life. When you get to be my age, you look back at your footsteps and you can see where you went wrong.
Wilson Sam: I don't like it.
Jim Chee: This isn't about what you like or don't like, it's about keeping you safe.
Wilson Sam: If I was supposed to live in a beehive, I would've been born a bee. What am I supposed to do in there!
[referring to a motel]
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: The young man, is he a resident?
Nurse: Dr. Stone? He used to run the ER at Santa Fe General. We're still pinching ourselves he moved back here.
Emma Leaphorn: My husband: The Detective. Be nice.
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: Give me a hand with this.
[investigating a grave robbery]
Officer Gorman: Me? What about Chee?
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: He's spiritually exempt.
Officer Gorman: Spiritually exempt, my ass.
Emma Leaphorn: Do you like to play bingo Doctor?
Dr. Stone: No, I don't, Mrs. Leaphorn.
Emma Leaphorn: It's a game of skill.
Dr. Stone: Hey, this goop you had on here, Yarrow Root? So, tell me, Officer Chee, what does Yarrow Root have over Bacitracin?
Jim Chee: It's free...
Jim Chee: I wasn't out of control.
Janet Pete: You were. And if Davis was more intelligent or more sober, he'd file a complaint.
[after arresting Davis]
Janet Pete: So I've been hearing some talk about you training to be a medicine man. That true?
Jim Chee: Yup.
Janet Pete: Wow, a medicine man-cop. Illogical, contradictory, how wonderfully Navajo.
Emma Leaphorn: I can't tell you how right it feels to be here. Oh, come one. I mean, childhood in Phoenix or not. Joe, can't you... Can't you feel it?
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: Oh, God, I wish I did. I keep waiting for something, but... nothing.
Emma Leaphorn: Well, whatever happens from here on out, I'm not leaving.
Nurse: Nokai kid's toxin screen just came in. Check out these lead levels.
Dr. Stone: Jesus, he's a walking pencil.
Emma Leaphorn: Well, when something bugs you, usually turns out to be important, so I would stay on it. Come one, Joe. You'll solve it. You'll be a little dull until you do, but I know you'll solve it.
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: You're the best.
Emma Leaphorn: I know.
Jim Chee: You say you're a doctor, a healer? Healers don't kill people. Navajo, Western medicine, new or old. We hold the sanctity of life!
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: You, go on ahead.
Jim Chee: I can't.
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: And why not?
Jim Chee: The ruins. It's not good for healers to be around them.
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: It's an archaeological dig, Officer Chee. What did you expect to find up here, Easter eggs?
Jim Chee: You know, fishing is not really your typical Navajo thing.
Dr. Stone: I'm not your typical Navajo. My parents died when I was five. I was taken in by white folks, raised in Taos.
Jim Chee: I'm sorry to hear that.
Dr. Stone: About my parents or the white folks?
Emma Leaphorn: You know, you're the most attractive man in this restaurant.
Lt. Joe Leaphorn: I'm the only man in the restaurant.