Will Rodman: Caesar. I'm sorry. This my fault. This has to stop. This isn't the way, you know what they're capable of. Please come home. If you come home, I'll protect you.
Caesar: [looks at the apes and to Will] Caesar is home.
Dodge Landon: Take your stinking paws off me you damn dirty ape!
Rodney: [looks at Caesar while he pulls the tranq-gun back and softly] Oh, my God.
Buck: [looks at Caesar and softly] Oh-oh-oh.
Caesar: [grunts and looks at the other apes who are screeching] NO!
[jumps and walks along the cages]
Caesar: NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!
Dodge Landon: [groans]
Maurice: [to Caesar in sign language] Why coockie Rocket?
Caesar: [to Maurice in sign language and breaking and bundling sticks] Ape alone... weak. Apes together... strong.
Maurice: [to Caesar in sign language as they observe chimps beating each other and stop] Apes stupid.
Steven Jacobs: [to Will] I swear, you know everything about the human brain except the way it works.
Maurice: [in sign language; subtitled] Hurt bad?
Caesar: [in sign language] You know sign?
Maurice: [nods; in sign language] Circus orangutan.
[Caesar and the orangutan Maurice observe John tranquilizes a chimp. Caesar grabs the bars of his cage and shrieks and growls]
Maurice: [to Caesar in sign language] Careful. Humans don't like smart ape.
Caroline Aranha: I love chimpanzees. I'm also afraid of them. And it's appropriate to be afraid of them.
Robert Franklin: Mr. Jacobs, please! I am begging you, don't do this!
Steven Jacobs: It would cost a small fortune to run lab test on all those chimps that would tell me what I already know! That they are contaminated!
Robert Franklin: Please, Mr. Jacobs! Lives are at stake! These are animals with personalities, with attachments!
Steven Jacobs: Attachments?
Robert Franklin: Yes.
Steven Jacobs: I run a business, not a petting zoo. Find the most cost-effective way to put those apes down!
Will Rodman: You want me to take him? I can't take care of a monkey.
Robert Franklin: He's not a monkey! He's an ape.
Robert Franklin: [administering chimp intelligence test] Okay, okay. Here you go. And let's go again.
[gives Bright Eyes treat and clocks timer]
Will Rodman: Which one's this? Number nine?
Robert Franklin: Yeah, this is number nine. Bright Eyes, we call her. Are you watching this? This is unbelievable.
[Bright Eyes does the tower fast]
Robert Franklin: Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Bright Eyes: [grabs treat and eats it]
Will Rodman: How many moves was that?
Robert Franklin: 20.
[Will looks at them and starts to head out]
Robert Franklin: Yeah, a perfect score is 15. Doc, what are you giving her?
Will Rodman: [heads out] Hey, give that video!
[runs out the hallway and opens the door to Steven Jacobs' office]
Will Rodman: Chimp number nine, just one dose.
Steven Jacobs: [looks at Will and holds a phone down] Aren't I seeing you later?
Will Rodman: [puts file on desk] We're good to go.
Steven Jacobs: I'm going to call you back. Yeah, all right. Thanks. Bye.
Will Rodman: The 112. It works.
[walks to a large screen]
Steven Jacobs: On just the one primate.
Will Rodman: One is all we need. Full cognitive recorvery. We're ready.
Steven Jacobs: Look are you sure you're not rushing this?
Will Rodman: I've been working on this for five and a half years. The data is clear. We're ready, Steven. All I need is your approval for human trials.
Steven Jacobs: For this, you're going to need the board's approval. There's alot of money riding on this, Will. You only get one shot.
Will Rodman: One shot is all I need.
Steven Jacobs: [sighing] All right. But I'll need to see all the research.
Will Rodman: [bangs on the desk] You got it.
Steven Jacobs: And, Will...
Will Rodman: Yeah?
Steven Jacobs: Keep your personal emotions out of it. These people invest in results, not dreams.
Will Rodman: Okay.
Will Rodman: [from trailer] Caesar shows cognitive skills that far exceed that of a human counterpart. The drug in his system has radicly boosted healthy brain functions.
Party Boy: [at Caesar's cage] Hey, check out this guy.
Dodge Landon: Hey that one's a pain in the ass, man! He thinks he's special or something.
Party Boy: Freaky. Come here. Come on. It's like he's thinking or something.
Caesar: [grabs the man's throat and staresand growls]
Party Girl #2: Oh, my God! He has his throat!
Party Girl #1: Let him go!
Dodge Landon: [Dodge runs towards Caesar] Let go!
Caesar: [grunts and releases the and leans towards Rocket's cage]
Rocket: [he jumps up, he growls and jumps down]
Dodge Landon: I told you not to get too close man.
Caroline Aranha: [to Will after he posts a picture of him and infant Caesar] Hey. Some things aren't meant to be changed. You need to accept that.
Will Rodman: I'm taking him out of here right now.
John Landon: Not without a court-order you're not! Besides he's not yours anymore.
Linda: Mr. Jacobs, it's Linda from Will's team. Something horrible has happened. Franklin is dead - from a viral infection.
Steven Jacobs: What the hell are you talking about?
Linda: He was exposed to the 113. It does something to people that it doesn't do to apes.
John Landon: [aggravated] I get more peace in a goddamned ape house.
Will Rodman: Look, you have no idea of what you're dealing with!
Will Rodman: [from internatiol trailer] Why don't we begin? Meet Chimp Nine. We gave him a gene therapy that allows the brain to create it own cells in order to repair itself. We call it the Cure to Alzheimer's.
Dodge Landon: The new kid on the block kind of gets picked on.
Will Rodman: [sees Dodge's prode] That's bullshit! What did you to him?
Dodge Landon: [Will pushes Dodge to the wall and John comes in] Let go man!
Caesar: [grunt-like and at Koba with hands signals] Go Up!
[leads some orangutans and chimps up on the beams]
Caesar: [to Maurice and with signals] Go Under!
Maurice: [roars and screeches]
[leads most of the orangutans and some chimps under the bridge]
Charles Rodman: As for Caesar, kneel down, kneel down and wonder!
John Landon: They're not people you know.
Will Rodman: [about exceptional chimp] We gave her what we call ALZ-112, a gene therapy that allows the brain to create its own cells in order to repair itself. In biology, this is called neurogenesis. Here at GenSys, we call it a cure to Alzheimer's.