The Richard Pryor Special? (1977 TV Special)
Slave Driver: Okay, rest period... Rest period's over!
Sister Mabel Williams: I'm havin' one of my spiritual flashes. Heal! Heal! Heal. Shew! I'm okay now, darlin'.
The Reverend James L. White: I ain't talkin' about that little bitty money. We talkin' about big money!
The Reverend James L. White: Some of y'all out there say, "Well, why don't you sell some of your boat? Some of your big, fabulous hotel?" Huh, that's what you say. "Get rid of some of that expensive wardrobe." And that's easy for you to say 'cause you have none of these things.
The Reverend James L. White: Some of you out there even have the nerve to send cards and letters and say, "Why don't you sell some of them diamonds you got on?" You take me for a fool?
The Reverend James L. White: [on the telephone] You say, you have a problem and you want to be healed? And something's wrong with your feet? 500 dollars? Put your foot to the phone!
The Reverend James L. White: So we offered a little message to the White folks not sending in money. We're not begging for the crippled children. And we're not begging for the orphans, the Black orphans or what. We're not begging for them, no. And we're not begging for the Black old-folks home either. This money is to go to the BtAM: The Back-to-Africa Movement.
[all the phones ring]
Idi Amin Dada: I love American people. I want to say: I had two for lunch. Ha, ha, ha! I only make little joke.
Idi Amin Dada: We had turkey for lunch. And I did not kill de turkey. Turkey die in car accident.
Idi Amin Dada: And I love little mouse that you have run around Disneyland. Little black mouse, very nice. Why he have white voice?
Idi Amin Dada: This medal I got for kicking. Kicking all the White people outta Uganda! Ha, ha, ha!
Willie: You prejudiced. You a big-at! He's prejudiced against Black drunk people.
Willie: Put this on my account. On account o' I ain't got no money.
Bartender: Look, Willie, every Friday night it's the same thing. You come in here, you get drunk, and you go to the john and get sick all over the other drunks.
Drunken Bar Patron: And then he loses his car keys in the jukebox.