Strong Enough to Break (2006 Video)
Zac Hanson: We're on a rap label with the creator of Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys as our A & R guy. What the heck do you expect?
Isaac Hanson: The question is, do you keep asking the bully to beat you up?
Taylor Hanson: No. You punch him back. You punch him back.
Taylor Hanson: Look, the ones that win are the ones that survive, okay? The ones that win are the ones who get through the bullshit.
Zac Hanson: We started in 2001 and started demo-ing thinking, this will be, oh, we'll get this record out real quick... I guess it just turned out to be something we didn't expect.
Zac Hanson: It's become a monster that's eating away at our souls.
Taylor Hanson: Another year of this, and I'm gonna... I'm gonna just drive right off a cliff!
Isaac Hanson: I'm feel really not sure of the material. I wish we could just scrap it all and start over.
Stephan Jenkins: I really believe that the world is gonna let you guys redefine yourselves.
Taylor Hanson: We have to brave the world of launching this record on our own, and the only thing stopping us now, is our courage to do it.
Stephan Jenkins: The world's not gonna forget, they're not gonna go away. The impact you've made is strong enough.
Taylor Hanson: We have nothing else to lose... Except... you know... a lot of money.
Taylor Hanson: It's not going to come in like that on the first verse.
Isaac Hanson: You're wrong, dude, you're totally wrong.
Zac Hanson: [from background] Let's go! Just do it, Ike!
Taylor Hanson: Ike!
Isaac Hanson: It's not that simple.
Taylor Hanson: Yeah, it is.
Isaac Hanson: No, it's not. It doesn't feel right to me.
Taylor Hanson: Ike, take the pickle out of your booty and do it.
Isaac Hanson: I just realized the difference, the true... the quintessential difference between the three of us.
[Isaac points to himself]
Isaac Hanson: Pessimist.
[Isaac points to Taylor, and Taylor understanding where Isaac is getting at, points to himself]
[Isaac and Taylor point to Zac]
Taylor Hanson: That's right. That's exactly right.
Isaac Hanson: I never realized that about myself before. I am a pessimist.