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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

[1978] [Convoy] English Transcripts

(1) 'Uh, breaker 1-9. This here's the Rubber Duck.
(2) 'Anybody got a copy on me out there?
(3) 'Come on.'
(4) Hey!
(5) Son of a bitch!
(6) Goddammit!
(7) Son of a bitch!
(8) Log book, please.
(9) Partner, you got the wrong vehicle.
(10) That gal in the XKE passed me doing about 80,
(11) then she slowed down to 40 to comb her hair.
(12) Wouldn't let me past her.
(13) I'm citing you for 11 miles over the speed limit and reckless driving.
(14) Hell, that's a $100 fine. It surely is.
(15) Well, hell, it was worth it. What was worth it?
(16) That gal in the XKE doesn't have any pants on, man.
(17) I took a look down, and bingo, there it was.
(18) There what was?
(19) Didn't you hear me? She doesn't have any pants on.
(20) Look at her. She's just waiting there.
(21) No panties or anything?
(22) Nothing.
(23) OK.
(24) I'm gonna let you off with a stern warning.
(25) You watch yourself, you hear? Yes, sir!
(26) 'Uh, breaker 1-9 with a smokey report.
(27) 'We got a bear running east on I-4-O.
(28) 'His twenty is about a mile marker 2-4-3.
(29) 'Anybody out there copy, over? '
(30) '10-4, good buddy. I surely thank you.
(31) 'What's your 20 there, guy? '
(32) 'Uh, we're eastbound about the same spot.
(33) 'Where are you at? Over.'
(34) About a mile over your shoulder. Oh!
(35) Oh yeah, I got an eyeball on you.
(36) Say, partner, that's a pretty fancy rig you're driving, ain't it? Over.
(37) 'That's a big 10-4, good buddy. You got Spider Mike at your back door.
(38) 'My handle's Love Machine.
(39) 'You know why they call me Love Machine?
(40) 'Quadraphonic sound, colour TV,
(41) 'I got a big bar sitting right behind me.
(42) 'Now, get this, a warm-water water bed.
(43) 'All the creature comforts, friend.'
(44) Hey, Love Machine, you ain't hauling Go-Go Girls, are you?
(45) Yeah, dude. That's just what he's hauling.
(46) And they're closing up my sinuses, too.
(47) I hope you got the wherefore to back up that kind of lip.
(48) 'How about it? '
(49) Now, just simmer down, boy, back her on down.
(50) 'Don't you recognise who this is? Come back.'
(51) Negatory. Who this is?
(52) This is the Duck, you old bandit.
(53) 'Oh! Goddamn, Spider Mike,
(54) 'it's Rubber Duck from Albuquerque.
(55) 'We got us the best front door in this cotton-pickin' business.'
(56) 'Hey, look here, Duck.'
(57) I hear more stories about you than Jesse James.
(58) 'Hello, Mike.
(59) 'I guess you know you're running with a real desperado this time.
(60) 'There ain't nobody more dedicated to the single-minded pursuit of cheap thrills
(61) 'than that old Love Machine, but he does move it. Over.'
(62) Hey, Duck.
(63) What do you say we change his handle from Love Machine to Pig Pen this trip?
(64) Hey, sonny boy, it took me a lot of hard money to get that handle.
(65) Hey, man, I don't care how long it took you, Pig Pen.
(66) 'All I know is that the paint is peeling off my cab and my fan don't work,
(67) 'so I'm gonna have to take the rocking chair.'
(68) Yeah, yeah, OK. Come on, charge ahead, because I'm not movin' out.
(69) 'Go on by.'
(70) 'Uh, breaker 1-9, breaker 1-9.
(71) 'Uh, this is the Cotton Mouth to the Rubber Duck.'
(72) 'Roger, Cotton Mouth, I got a copy on you.
(73) 'Uh, I'm at 3-4-3, needing a bear report. Come on.'
(74) 'There ain't a bear in sight. She's all clean and green.
(75) 'Bring it on up.'
(76) 'Well, front door, Cotton Mouth,
(77) 'it looks like you got me and two others in your rocking chair here, come on.'
(78) 'Ah, 10-4, that's definitely my pleasure.'
(79) 'Breaker, breaker, the smell is getting intense back here.'
(80) 'Uh, who is this? Come on back.'
(81) 'This is the handsome Love Machine over here,
(82) 'riding the fastest Mack machine this slab ever eye-balled.'
(83) That's all well and good, but from what I hear
(84) Bulldog's is pussy! What?
(85) 'Is he talking to me with that pussy... pussy thing?
(86) 'Hey! I'm gonna grab that alligator head of yours.
(87) 'This here Big Mack can take anything, any GMC on the road.
(88) 'I'm gonna bite the ass outta that raggedy trailer.'
(89) Well, you ain't about to get me behind you, Pig Pen.
(90) Back 'em down. We got a bear in a plain brown wrapper!
(91) Son of a bitch!
(92) Goddammit!
(93) Nice day!
(94) Screwin' it down a bit, weren't you, boys?
(95) Jesus Christ!
(96) Hello, RD!
(97) Boys, this is the Papa Bear.
(98) Been a long time. It's been six years.
(99) Yeah.
(100) Six years.

(101) I should have known that'd be you on the other end of that two-way.
(102) What two-way? The CB, Cotton Mouth.
(103) Couldn't have been me. I ain't got no CB.
(104) Besides, I don't believe in police entrapment. Come on.
(105) Cotton Mouth ain't a snake.
(106) Son of a bitch! Beached belly whale, you.
(107) Now, I could write you up for doing 75.
(108) But, uh... just for the sake of agreement and old times,
(109) let's just say you were doing, uh... 70?
(110) Which could come to about, uh... ... about 35.
(111) Plus the insurance goes up another 100.
(112) Might be just a bit more than that.
(113) For Christ's sake, Lyle, come on!
(114) Now, if you boys wanna take your chances in court,
(115) hell, I got me a real nice jail.
(116) I'll impound your rigs, all safe and sound, and they'll just sit there.
(117) How much is it, Lyle?
(118) Each.
(119) You rummy bastard!
(120) Hey, take it easy. This ain't an auction, man.
(121) Who gives a shit? I make more than him anyway.
(122) Well, it wipes me out. I can't even eat.
(123) I'm doing my job, keeping my part of the highway safe.
(124) Yeah, well, you keep it safe in a ditch somewhere, feeding flies.
(125) 70! My ass!
(126) Hey, cool it!
(127) I can't call on any more of them raises, y'all.
(128) Let's get outta here before he takes something else.
(129) Easy come, easy go.
(130) Hey, Lyle, you gonna be one of us pretty soon, you know.
(131) How's that? Ain't you heard?
(132) The Teamsters are gonna be organising the cops.
(133) Not this one. I don't want no part of your damn union.
(134) They ain't my damn union, Lyle. I'm independent, remember?
(135) At least we got one thing in common.
(136) Two.
(137) There ain't many of us left.
(138) That's some fun-loving bear you got there.
(139) Where the hell you meet this guy?
(140) Uh, we go all the way back.
(141) Lyle gave me my first ticket and fully intends to be writing my last.
(142) 'One kick in the huevos rancheros
(143) 'and I'd have turned him into an omelette.'
(144) 'Hey, y'all think you can stay outta trouble
(145) 'long enough to get something to eat? '
(146) 'Yeah, let's go and eat. I don't feel like driving right now.'
(147) 'You have to buy me lunch, Pig Pen.'
(148) 'Breaker 1-9 to Raphael's Glide Inn, this here's the Duck.'
(149) Raphael's Glide Inn. 'Howdy, honey.'
(150) Why is all this stuff on the table? We havin' a garage sale or something?
(151) I'm just trying to get it all into one bag, as I plan to travel light.
(152) Oh! She sellin' this stuff?
(153) No, honey, she's a bird of plumage. She's giving away her feathers.
(154) Oh, really? Yeah.
(155) Tell Violet I'm coming in. 10-4.
(156) 3 and a salad.
(157) Hey, Violet!
(158) The Duck is on his way.
(159) Woo, my birthday boy is coming.
(160) Now, there's a ride for you.
(161) If my cab doesn't show up, I'll sure think about it.
(162) 2,000. I'm sorry it couldn't be more. I wouldn't. He's a lotta trouble.
(163) But that thing out there needs a total rewire.
(164) This is gorgeous. Here, you should have this.
(165) It'll be great with your hair. I gotta buy foreign parts...
(166) Listen, I wouldn't give this away if I was you.
(167) Here you go, miss. I'm taking a hell of a beating.
(168) Oh, sure you are
(169) Don't you wanna see my ID, my driver's licence or nothing?
(170) Blow, baby.
(171) "Lucille" by Kenny Rogers
(172) OK, we're down to this. Who wants it?
(173) I'll take it.
(174) How much?
(175) Ten.
(176) Are you kidding?
(177) Fight over it.
(178) Hey, Duck.
(179) How's it, Jack?
(180) Fine. Fill her up, will you?
(181) I heard that.
(182) This won't fit you.
(183) You know that red thing you wanted? That'd look much better on you.
(184) No man, this will swallow you up.
(185) Well, that's the style.
(186) Hi, Duck!
(187) Good. Fill her up, Thelma.
(188) Hi. Can I help you?
(189) Look here!
(190) Mmm...
(191) Sugar. Mmm...
(192) Did you miss me? I sure did.
(193) Ouch! Mmm...
(194) Take it someplace else, you know? See what you made me do?
(195) How's my black widow?
(196) Oh, I'm still a widow, but I cannot complain.
(197) What's going on here? Oh, Melissa, this is the Duck.
(198) She needs a ride.
(199) What happened to the XKE? I sold it.
(200) How do you two know each other?
(201) This is the guy I told you about.
(202) The one that told the cop that I was nude driving.
(203) Oh, I should've known. He get you?
(204) Well, after his proposition, I sent him to the motel of his choice
(205) where I think he's probably still waiting for me.
(206) Did you ever ride in a truck? No.
(207) Do you want to?
(208) Maybe.
(209) Come on, honey, I got a little birthday surprise for you.
(210) I bet you do. Don't you leave without me.
(211) You ain't mad at me, are you? Me mad at you?
(212) Watch me. Watch how I handle this.
(213) Come on.
(214) That's my ride? That's it, honey.
(215) Come on, baby, don't be like that.
(216) You know my heart belongs to you, Violet.
(217) Oh, yeah, sure, for about one hot second.
(218) Hey, well, that's not my fault, is it now?
(219) When are you gonna get rid of that sorry old man of yours?
(220) He's not so sorry. He's just had a little hard luck, that's all.
(221) Yeah, and I'm looking at the very worst part of it, ain't I?
(222) My handle's Love Machine. No! Uh-uh!
(223) Miss, his name is Pig Pen.
(224) That's temporary.
(225) No, you just wait right there. I'll let you know when you can come in.
(226) I hear you're looking for a ride, a nice lady like you.
(227) She already has one with the Duck.
(228) Thank you, anyway.
(229) I'll take your bags to the truck then.
(230) Oh, Pig Pen, uh... excuse me, Love Machine.
(231) Just, it's his birthday, honey. Give him a break.
(232) Come on, let's go have that salad. Allow me.
(233) Thank you.
(234) I think she likes me. Yeah, it's obvious, man
(235) OK, it's ready. You can come in now.
(236) Help me unwrap the present?
(237) What am I supposed to do?
(238) Hey, Pig Pen, look outside, man.
(239) What do you think that fat slob is up to?
(240) Checking plates, I imagine.
(241) Ooh, come here. Watch what I do here. Hey, Mike, come here.
(242) Man, I'm always game for some fun. What is he doing?
(243) Mmm, never mess with a cop.
(244) How did you know it was my birthday, anyway?
(245) I know a lot of things about you.
(246) You do, huh? Mm-hmm.
(247) 'Breaker, can you hear me? '
(248) Anybody? Over. Say yeah.
(249) 'Yeah, I hear you.'
(250) 'There's a cop cruising along, checking plates.'
(251) You know who that damn bear is? That's dirty Lyle.
(252) 'Ain't he a heavy mother, though? '
(253) 'Hey man, Boulder Belly isn't heavy.
(254) 'Boulder Belly is fat. There's a big difference.'
(255) Watch when he gets outta the car and starts bouncing around.
(256) Looks like a beach ball a little bit. Turkey face.
(257) 'He bounces like a quasi-beaver.'
(258) 'I'll be damned. I should have known.
(259) 'That's probably why he stoops so low to get cash.
(260) 'He's saving for one of those sex operations.'
(261) Hey, here he comes, guys.
(262) 'Very nice talkin' to you, good buddy.'
(263) 'My pleasure.' 'Over and out.'
(264) Here.
(265) Hey, Duck.
(266) Duck!
(267) Where's the Duck?
(268) What Duck?
(269) Duck!
(270) 'We got Lyle in here, man, and uh... '
(271) and he's got pain written all over his face.
(272) Pig Pen.
(273) How much cash you got in your pocket?
(274) I still got enough, thank you.
(275) Duck, I don't know what you're doing, but you'd better get your ass in here.
(276) Hey, baby, I'm sorry.
(277) I gotta go.
(278) Hey, boy.
(279) 'How are you fixed? ' Son of a bitch!
(280) Sorry, man, but I don't have nothing.
(281) You know that. Mmm-hmm.
(282) Well, in that case then, young fella,
(283) I'm just gonna have to arrest you for vagrancy.
(284) Stand up and lean against that counter.
(285) I said stand up!
(286) You heard me. Get up! Hey, hey, hey, hey.
(287) Thanks, friends. You all sure know how to mess up a birthday party, man.
(288) It's late now, so let's just be getting out of here. You too, darling.
(289) Go get your things. I'm so sorry about...
(290) Hold it! Hold it!
(291) Hey, come on, man. They ain't breaking no law.
(292) What's the matter?
(293) Your boy is going crazy, man.
(294) He's trying to bust me on some bullshit vagrancy charge.
(295) And I'm not going to no goddamn jail. Oh?
(296) My old lady's having a baby, man. I gotta get home.
(297) Oh... It's the truth, Lyle.
(298) She's over nine months gone, man, and she's about to drop.
(299) Anybody know who the father is?
(300) Now, get over there.
(301) You fat bastard!
(302) Let me go! I want to take that!
(303) You, son of a...
(304) Dammit!
(305) Well, you blew Arizona.
(306) You all better get to your trucks.
(307) Yeah, you, too.
(308) Yeah.
(309) All right, freeze!
(310) We got real trouble now, man.
(311) Stand aside.
(312) I waited for you. My car broke down.
(313) Excuse me, please.
(314) Get back! Hey!
(315) Hey! Oooh!
(316) Wait.
(317) Ooooh!
(318) Runyon!
(319) Ooooh!
(320) Did you see that?
(321) Put it on their bill.
(322) Let's break this up!
(323) I just redecorated last month.
(324) Come on, get him!
(325) Hit him! Hit him!
(326) I don't have to work under these circumstances.
(327) I own the place!
(328) Get those kids out of here! Come on!
(329) Hey, Widow, you OK? I'll make it.
(330) Get him, Pack. I'll get him when I'm ready, White!
(331) You overgrown son of a bitch! I'll beat your ass!
(332) Now, Pack, bust him!
(333) Damn you! Get back!
(334) Ow!
(335) Get him!
(336) I got him, Pack!
(337) I'll eat your ears off, you big son of a bitch!
(338) Come on. That ain't no cop.
(339) That's a mule wearing a uniform. Hell of a fight, Duck.
(340) Thanks.
(341) Gimme a hand here. Come on, Pack, don't waste no time.
(342) Come on, let's hit it. Let's go!
(343) Kick the sucker in. Go on! Get it! You can do it, Pig Pen!
(344) Hey, Bobby! You'd do better yankin' the wires on that thing.
(345) All right! Let's get the other wires.
(346) Open up, that.
(347) Pull them suckers out! Get them plug wires.
(348) Come on! Tear 'em out.
(349) They ain't going nowhere in this one!
(350) Hey, come on, man! Get that distributor outta there.
(351) Get the whole damn mess. Let's take it all with us.
(352) Let's get it all. Let's go.
(353) Where you goin'? State line.
(354) Yeah, why the hell not?
(355) We goin' with 'em? Let's go.
(356) Let's go!
(357) Let's get the hell out of here!
(358) Let's go! Move 'em out!
(359) Happy birthday.
(360) Take care.
(361) Don't just stand here like a bunch of dummies! See if you can find my gun!
(362) If I get you out on the road... Here it is!
(363) "Here it is!" Bring it over here!
(364) Jesus Christ!
(365) Where the Hell have you been? Come on! Help me get the hell out of here!
(366) See if you can get a hacksaw, anything! You son of a b...
(367) I got it - a nail file!
(368) Uh? A nail file? Well, you know what you can do with your nail file!
(369) Oh wait, wait!
(370) Wait!
(371) I'll talk to you later. OK.
(372) Hey, come on! Get out of here, you dumb...
(373) Any one of you jerks got a car? You got any keys?
(374) Don't just stand there! Come on, will ya?
(375) Hey!
(376) Hey, hold it, will ya?
(377) Let's get rid of that stuff! Hey, I need your car!
(378) I'm commandeering your car.
(379) Hey kid I'm sorry, I'm... What are you doing?
(380) Nothing, officer. What do you mean, "nothing"?
(381) What's that you got in your mouth? What are you kids chewing on?
(382) Get the hell out of there! Get the hell out of here!
(383) Get out of here!
(384) Go on, get out of there!
(385) Get the hell out of here!
(386) I'll be back after your ass!
(387) 'Breaker, breaker. How's that nose of yours, Duck?
(388) 'It sure was pushing that cop around.'
(389) Yeah, I got a kind of slow start there. I don't think it's broke, though.
(390) 'Hey, Duck, we was just getting wound up, weren't we? '
(391) 'We were just fixin' to bother him to death,
(392) 'till the Widow Woman kicked his lights out.'
(393) You'd better move your ass.
(394) How we travellin', Duck?
(395) 'We're gonna get a certain amount of attention real soon.'
(396) 'Remember that old road we used to use
(397) 'when we was working with Sharkey?
(398) 'There's just about room enough on it for us, man.
(399) 'I think it'll give us a clean shot to the state line.'
(400) You got the White Rat here. I think ol' Pack can handle that.
(401) 'All right, Duck. 10-4.' 'You got the Lizard Tongue here.
(402) 'Who have we got with us? ' 'Old Iguana here!
(403) 'I'm a lecherous old lizard with love on my mind! '
(404) I'm supposed to catch a plane to Dallas.
(405) To do what? To photograph a wedding.
(406) Well, you're not gonna be catching no plane for a while.
(407) Hey!
(408) Come on! Get out of there, will you? Come on!
(409) Hey! Where's your turning signal?
(410) Where's your turn? Get the hell out of the way!
(411) You dumb...
(412) Give me something to wipe this shit off my face, will you?
(413) You want some coffee?
(414) Fuck.
(415) Good, cos we ain't got any, I forgot it.
(416) 'We're coming up on a hard left here.'
(417) We'll be going through a four-way intersection.
(418) OK.
(419) Let's get her out of there!
(420) You all right, baby? Got your key off? I don't know, man!
(421) Jesus.
(422) Is she all right? Let me go and see.
(423) Just get my stuff, please.
(424) You OK, miss? Yeah, I'm OK, I think.
(425) Goddam piece of white junk!
(426) I knew I should have bought myself a black truck!
(427) Well, come on, let's haul ass!
(428) Y'all just got yourself a passenger!
(429) 'Hey Widow, you all right? '
(430) 'Yeah, I'm fine. I got a bruised butt'
(431) and a black eye, but I'm OK.
(432) Oh! Holy jumpin'...
(433) That's one! That's one!
(434) Ah-ah! That's one!
(435) It's that crazy cop from Natosha.
(436) Hey, get me one of those T-shirts, will you?
(437) Aaaah!
(438) Oooh! Watch it!
(439) Holy Christ! I swear that was Lyle Wallace!
(440) Lyle?
(441) Uh, Rubber Duck here. Is that you back there, Lyle?
(442) You got your ears on, good buddy?
(443) I hear you.
(444) Are you OK? You need a meat wagon or somethin'?
(445) You'll need somethin' else, you son of a bitch,
(446) once I get my hands on you!
(447) Hey, until you get a little better control over that machinery,
(448) 'I'd suggest you lay off them acrobatics.'
(449) Yeah, well, listen, I'm gonna have the State Police in on this.
(450) And when we do, we're gonna lunch on your ass, you son of a bitch!
(451) 'Hey, I'm sorry, Lyle. You're coming in real broken and garbled.'
(452) Uh, besides that, you gotta catch us first, right?
(453) Ten years.
(454) I figure it at ten years, with a little time off for good behaviour.
(455) This is Lyle Wallace, Natosha County Sheriff's Office.
(456) Need assistance.
(457) 'I'm down by the old farmhouse on 109.'
(458) Amen.
(459) Well, I think I've had about enough of this, thank you very much.
(460) I think I'll just take my things and get out.
(461) If you wanna pull over, I'm sure I can hitch a ride very easily.
(462) OK, I'm ready.
(463) Weren't you listening to me? I said I'm ready to get out!
(464) You want out?
(465) We're being chased. If you want out, jump!
(466) Do you want to add the Mann Act to your collection?
(467) Mann Act's for 18-year-olds.
(468) Not... someone who's seen the best side of 30.
(469) My name is Bob Bookman, sir, and I hate truckers.
(470) Lyle Wallace, Sheriff's Office, Natosha County.
(471) Ah, get your hands off me!
(472) It's around here somewhere. It's an old back way into New Mexico.
(473) By God, here we are. Get ready for a hard turn.
(474) This ain't no damn road. It's a trail!
(475) Hell, it ain't even that.
(476) Would you do me a favour?
(477) Would you roll up that window, man?
(478) The window's broke! Shit.
(479) I get it. An invisible escape route.
(480) They'll never catch us now
(481) Exactly.
(482) Now, here's the plan.
(483) When we get up to the pass, we'll put on our fish costumes.
(484) I'll hand out the Vaseline and an extra ration of rum for the men.
(485) That should do it.
(486) There they are.
(487) Lead car! Lead car!
(488) 'Take that dirt road off to your right! '
(489) God! Look at all this dust! Roll your window up, dummy!
(490) Hey, uh, this is the Duck to the Pig Pen. You all still with us back there?
(491) 'My water bed is sloshin' around like it's gonna break.'
(492) Hasn't had this much action since I caught those twins in Carlsbad.
(493) I'm just followin' your smell, Pig Pen.
(494) Watch your turn! Oooh!
(495) Jesus Christ! Why don't you watch what you're doing?
(496) Shut up or you drive the son of a bitch.
(497) Tell him to get on one side or the other.
(498) 'Lead car, get on one side of the road or the other.'
(499) Well now, what's he stopped for?
(500) Dammit!
(501) Well, we can't wait now.
(502) Watch it!
(503) You're gonna turn this damn thing over!
(504) Shut up!
(505) There's no point in gettin' mad, OK?
(506) I ain't mad, I'm scared to death! I know.
(507) I got 'em, Chief! I got 'em!
(508) Jesus Christ!
(509) What happened to him? I don't know.
(510) He's pulled off here for some reason or another.
(511) Them cops ain't up to par today on their drivin'.
(512) One just went over the side.
(513) There's some in bad trouble, Duck.
(514) 'They're falling all over the road over here.
(515) Feels good, I tell you that!
(516) Ooooh!
(517) 'Breaker, this is Spider Mike at the back door.
(518) 'Got us a smokey comin' up fast.
(519) 'I'm gonna see if I can't slow him down a taste.'
(520) 'Hey, I see him to your left. Watch out! '
(521) 'Atta boy.
(522) You lousy son of a b...
(523) Well, Pig Pen, I think he deserves a break today, what do you say?
(524) Why don't we just, uh... let him on through, don't ya know?
(525) Hey, that's a big 10-4.
(526) Aaah!
(527) Ah, smartening up, huh?
(528) 'How about we close this door? I'm gettin' a draught! '
(529) Go back!
(530) Jesus Christ! Looks like they're making a sandwich
(531) outta the sheriff back there.
(532) Goddammit!
(533) Unhook us! I can't, we're hooked up!
(534) You must have a bear trap, Pig Pen, cos you sure have caught one!
(535) Get down! Get down! Shut up, will you?
(536) Hey, think I'll try it again.
(537) God, you bastards! Get us away from here!
(538) I think you boys have been practising.
(539) Aw, come on! Give it to him!
(540) They're tryin' to kill us!
(541) Oh, shit! Oh, noooo!
(542) We're falling apart!
(543) They're trying to kill us!
(544) Get over, you son of a bitch!
(545) Oh my God! We're hooked again!
(546) Oh, good work, Sheriff.
(547) No more Smokey!
(548) 'This is Sheriff Lyle Wallace... '
(549) calling the Sheriff of Natchez.
(550) 'Do you read me? '
(551) Uh, this is Chief Stacy Love, of Agua Dulce, New Mexico.
(552) I got a copy on you.
(553) 'I'm on Highway 109.
(554) 'I'm on the trail of a convoy of runaway truckers.
(555) 'And they're being led by a man called Rubber Duck.
(556) 'I suspect that they'll be crossing your state line pretty quick.'
(557) Uh, thank you, sir.
(558) 'We'll give you any help we can.'
(559) Uh... We'd appreciate it... if you'd send a car...
(560) ...and, a...
(561) pair of pants.
(562) 'Attention all units. Attention all units.
(563) 'This is Chief Stacy Love. Come back, please.'
(564) New Mexico, here we come!
(565) I love you!
(566) New Mexico? I'm supposed to be in Texas!
(567) Hey, do that again. That wasn't half bad.
(568) Woo! New Mexico!
(569) 'Breaker, breaker.'
(570) This is Love Machine. Lookin' at them rigs up on the hill.
(571) Uh, ten, Roger, we got you. Come on.
(572) What ya doin' up there, fellas? Over. We're waiting for you guys.
(573) We've been listening to you modulatin' for the last half hour,
(574) and we're hep to what's all gone down.
(575) 'We wanna give you some congratulations, especially the Rubber Duck,
(576) 'for a job well done, don't you know? '
(577) Boy, we're famous now!
(578) Hey, we thank you very much, fellas.
(579) '10-4. If it'd be all right with you guys,
(580) 'the Bald Eagle, Sneaky Snake,'
(581) and this here is Big Nasty,
(582) we'd be right proud to be part of your little old convoy! Come on.
(583) Sure, why not? Just slip in the back door, fellas.
(584) 'Oh, we sure do thank you all
(585) 'and we all'd be proud to take a back door to the Rubber Duck.'
(586) 'Hey, don't forget about us! Hallelujah! '
(587) 'Looks like we've got some long-haired friends of Jesus there.'
(588) 'Hallelujah! '
(589) 'That's a big 10-4. You got the Reverend Joshua Duncan Sloane,
(590) 'Church of the Wayfaring Stranger here.
(591) 'I don't read nothin' in scripture that says,
(592) "'Thou shalt not put the pedal to the metal!"'
(593) Welcome aboard there, Reverend.
(594) We could sure use some spiritual help here.
(595) 'Think you can handle it? '
(596) Oh, it's a pleasure. Our pleasure.
(597) We're just trying to do a good job there, Brother Rubber.
(598) Brother Rubber?
(599) What IS that guy's name? He ain't no reverend.
(600) Why do they call you the Duck?
(601) Cos it rhymes with "luck".
(602) Naw, my Daddy always told me I oughta be just like a duck.
(603) He said, "Stay smooth on the surface and paddle like the devil underneath."
(604) What ya lookin' for? I thought I'd have a beer.
(605) Do you want one? No, thanks. I'm trying to quit.
(606) But you can get me one of those T-shirts that's on the dresser back there.
(607) Here you go. Thank you.
(608) You're welcome.
(609) A couple of years ago, I was living with a man I didn't like very much.
(610) He talked me into doing something I really didn't want to do.
(611) Stop! Hang gliding.
(612) Damn!
(613) Speak up, honey.
(614) Hang gliding - but I tried it.
(615) And you know what? I was right, I hated it.
(616) 50 trucks. A whole convoy of trucks bustin'.
(617) They're runnin' like there wasn't...
(618) 'We're crossing to Jordan! ' 'Amen! '
(619) Thank God, it worked.
(620) How about the boyfriend? Hm, that didn't work.
(621) Any kids? Uh-uh.
(622) I was married. I got a couple of kids livin' up in Spokane.
(623) Do you ever get to see them? When I can.
(624) They're OK. They got a good mama.
(625) 'You got room for one Septic Sam, the sewer man? '
(626) 'You got the Pack Rat and the White Rat here, and welcome aboard.'
(627) 'You dump it, we pump it.'
(628) 'Just remember, we keep pigs, cesspools and foul odours
(629) 'all the way at the back! '
(630) 'Well, howdy, boys. Welcome to the convoy.'
(631) That's right. Pull her on in there.
(632) 'Y'all got the Mississippi Flash here.
(633) 'And I'm here to tell you the only things in life that count
(634) 'are fast trucks, fast women and fast food! '
(635) Do you how big this thing is?
(636) How big? Just look out there, man!
(637) Hey Duck! I swear we got a goddamn convoy!
(638) Look at us, you crazy things!
(639) That's incredible! Where are they all coming from?
(640) Everywhere.
(641) I can't believe it. Why?
(642) Don't ask me, ask them. I'm running for my life, myself!
(643) Yeah, but they're all following you.
(644) No, they ain't. I'm just in front.
(645) Hey, Duck! There's a bear in the air.
(646) 'Attention, all trucks! '
(647) All trucks, attention!
(648) This is Federal Agent Hamilton!
(649) 'I am ordering you to stop your vehicles immediately!
(650) 'You are travelling in violation of federal law.'
(651) Attention, driver Martin Penwald.
(652) Martin? Penwald?
(653) It does sound kinda funny, doesn't it?
(654) You are under arrest!
(655) Stop your vehicle immediately!
(656) I don't believe this! What is going on!
(657) 'You're doing it all wrong, Hamilton! All you gotta say is,
(658) "Rubber Duck. Do you copy me, Rubber Duck?"
(659) Rubber Duck?
(660) That's his CB handle!
(661) He won't answer to anything else!
(662) Attention, Mr Rubber Duck.
(663) 'Stop your vehicle immediately! You are under arrest! '
(664) Obviously, they can't hear me!
(665) They can hear you, sir!
(666) I checked this equipment out before we took off.
(667) This in an integrated system.
(668) It's comprised of a phase lock loop and crystal.
(669) Now, we know that they're on channel 19 of the frequency below us...
(670) Let's go! C'mon! ...the binary encoded decimal switch.
(671) That's like a computerised system that scans...
(672) Back up there into position. Move it!
(673) OK, they're ready!
(674) Hello, Sheriff Lyle Wallace. We're down here, ready and waiting!
(675) Did you press the button, sir?
(676) They got a language all their own.
(677) Well, then, you try it.
(678) Uh, breaker 1-9. Breaker 1-9.
(679) This is the Bear. In the air.
(680) Officer Lyle Wallace,
(681) calling Rubber Jerk, and that rattlin' piece
(682) of black crap at your side door. Come on!
(683) Please don't be using that kinda language on the air, Lyle.
(684) 'Especially don't be using it in regard to my beautiful black truck. Over.'
(685) That THING you call a truck
(686) 'is the worst pile of garbage
(687) 'I ever had the misfortune of writin' a citation on! '
(688) And, uh... Martin?
(689) 'You'd better take a look up the road there, fella.
(690) 'Cos we got us a roadblock with 20 armed men! '
(691) OK, men, get ready cos they're coming!
(692) 'And they all got orders
(693) 'to shoot you
(694) 'and that rattlin' piece of crap
(695) 'full of holes, unless you pull over. You hear? Come on! '
(696) 'OK, Lyle, I'll tell you what to do!
(697) 'You go up there and stand personally on that roadblock of yours.
(698) 'But before you do, take a good look
(699) at the signs on my trailer.
(700) Says "chemicals"! That's explosives, Lyle!
(701) 'Nitromannite. Class B explosives.
(702) 'I don't know what that'll do,
(703) 'but I wouldn't wanna be in the immediate vicinity when we make contact
(704) 'with your damn roadblock.'
(705) Are you serious? You must be out of your mind!
(706) Now, why wasn't I told he was carrying explosives?
(707) He's just bluffing!
(708) Sir, it's confirmed in this report here,
(709) that he's carrying 10,000 gallons of nitromannite.
(710) That is a class B explosive, sir.
(711) Chief, the front truck is carrying explosives.
(712) Explosives!
(713) This is official now. I want to speak to who's in charge down there.
(714) Give me the man in charge.
(715) Get off the road! Get 'em off the road!
(716) 'There's gonna be a terrible explosion down there. Yes, I mean it!
(717) 'Now get back to me! Immediately! Get back! '
(718) Are you gone? Are you deaf down there?
(719) He's carrying explosives! Get those cars outta there! Move 'em out!
(720) 'Will somebody, uh, get back to me? Come back to me, Chief! '
(721) 'Is there anyone down there who can answer me? '
(722) Wait a second. Uh, my mother wants to talk to you.
(723) Get your asses out of there, now!
(724) Where are those goddam keys?
(725) The steering's locked!
(726) They're gonna run us over! Get outta there!
(727) Let's get outta here!
(728) Wooo!
(729) Hey, you can come up for air now.
(730) Oh, my God! They're headed right for my town.
(731) I want all traffic stopped! I want somebody to wave 'em through!
(732) Get traffic control at every signal!
(733) And hurry!
(734) See? I told you, it was nothin'.
(735) Whew!
(736) Come on, sergeant. Let's get goin'!
(737) It won't start!
(738) Do you read, Wallace? Do you read me?
(739) Do you read me? Over.
(740) They're headed straight for town...
(741) Damn that water truck!
(742) Get those, uh, windshield wipers! Dad-gum-it!
(743) Get over there. Come on, go over there. What's wrong with that guy?
(744) 'Break 1-9 for 18-Wheel Eddie.
(745) 'I'm screwin' it down, tryin' to catch up with you, convoy.'
(746) And I say damn the double nickel. Come on.
(747) 'It'll be a pleasure to have you join our convoy, 18-Wheeler.
(748) 'Come ahead on.'
(749) 10-4.
(750) Duck, did you see what you did?
(751) I think they're on our side.
(752) 'Citizens of New Mexico, many of you may have heard
(753) 'that we seem to be having a phenomenon in our state.
(754) 'Six trucks crossed our border,
(755) 'followed closely by the Arizona State Police.
(756) 'They were soon joined by many, many more.
(757) 'It seems they're not interested in stopping.
(758) 'They've ignored roadblocks and official orders.'
(759) My God! Take a look, ladies and gentlemen. Can you see that?
(760) They seem to have grown!
(761) It's not six of one and half a dozen of another anymore.
(762) It's 25, 50, 100.
(763) Ladies and gentlemen, I'm looking back, back, back as far as I can see,
(764) and there's just no end to it!
(765) Now we're gonna find out who they are,
(766) what they are and where they're going.
(767) So far, no one's been hurt except, uh,
(768) maybe, the pride of a couple of law enforcement officers.
(769) Breaker 1-9 to the Rubber Duck.
(770) My name's Chuck Arnoldi.
(771) I'm a special assistant
(772) and press representative for Governor Haskins of New Mexico.
(773) I'd like you to know that Governor Haskins
(774) has had a long-time interest in the problems of the trucking industry
(775) and would like to help work out some of those problems.
(776) Which ones does he have in mind? Over.
(777) We'd like to know, is this convoy...
(778) some sort of protest demonstration?
(779) And if it is, what's its purpose?
(780) The purpose of the convoy is to keep movin'.
(781) Ask him why he wants to know.
(782) You wanna run this?
(783) Hey, look, I'm a little busy right now, as you can see.
(784) Why don't you try and talk to some of them back there?
(785) All right, will do, Rubber Duck, uh... I'll be back to you later.
(786) 10-4. Good buddy
(787) 'This is Chuck Arnoldi of the Governor's Office, sir.
(788) 'I wonder if I could talk to you. 'Call me Old Iguana.'
(789) 'Old Iguana, eh? Where were you born, sir? '
(790) Originally?
(791) 'I've been driving 18-wheelers as long as... '
(792) How about it?
(793) Think I oughta talk to him? Yeah, I do.
(794) We're sick and tired of beatin' our eyeballs out coast to coast
(795) and havin' the damn Smokies rip us off for our green stamps.
(796) So you believe in what the Rubber Duck's doing, is that it?
(797) I'm tired of seein' the way black people have to live.
(798) 'Went to Vietnam and got shot for the right to live in a ghetto.'
(799) 'I go from A to B.
(800) 'The faster I can get from A to B the more money I make.
(801) 'At 55, I can't deal with it.'
(802) 'Big oil companies raise the prices of oil and gas
(803) 'which gets back to the consumer, we gotta raise all our prices... '
(804) Listen to them!
(805) Big money's what I'm trying to say.
(806) They're talking about their future, not just yours.
(807) 'Well, the whole thing was a cover-up for Watergate.
(808) 'It went way back to Nixon.'
(809) First thing to remember... Nixon...
(810) Nixon got caught with his pants down
(811) before the guys from the Washington Post had it out.
(812) 'Governor Rockefeller retired as Governor of New York,
(813) 'who just happens to be president of Standard Oil.
(814) 'Not to mention his brother David he opened up Chase Manhattan Bank
(815) for the first time in the history of the free world behind the Iron Curtain.
(816) 'I'm not tellin' you how to run the country,
(817) 'but this whole 55 double nickel was a jive-ass turkey wrap,'
(818) and I don't like people giving me bullshit!
(819) Yes, sir. Well, you put that very well, sir.
(820) Thank you very much!
(821) Sir, I wonder if I could ask you why you're in this convoy with the Rubber Duck.
(822) Well, I'm just along to kick ass and for the ride.
(823) Yeah, but, well, uh, surely you must have some kind of personal grievance
(824) against the laws of this state?
(825) No, I just like kickin' ass. You sure are a pretty red-headed little boy.
(826) Wanna ride in my truck? We oughta have supper!
(827) Why do you think you have the right to break the laws of this state?
(828) You want me to tell you why? Yes, I'd like to...
(829) OK, watch this! Jesus Christ!
(830) Some of these people are crazy. Watch this!
(831) Uh... Uh...
(832) Well, Reverend, can you tell me if you see this convoy
(833) as more of a spiritual than a political event?
(834) Well, life itself is a spiritual event.
(835) Amen! Amen! That's a big 10-4!
(836) Breaker 1-9. Breaker 1-9 to the Rubber Duck.
(837) This is Chuck Arnoldi. Can I talk to you again, please?
(838) Uh, this is the Duck, Chuck. What did you learn?
(839) I learned a lot.
(840) Now look, the Governor is very interested in meeting with you, personally.
(841) He is prepared to fly here at once and get together with all of you.
(842) So we've set aside a field here in Albuquerque
(843) where you can spend the night.
(844) Now look, the police have orders not to bother you.
(845) That's the truth!
(846) Bullshit!
(847) Can I level with you?
(848) Level with me. I want to talk to him off the record.
(849) I don't want this on the television. I don't want this printed.
(850) Can you hear me? Yeah.
(851) The Governor has been requested to call out the National Guard on you.
(852) But this is an election year and the Governor wants to...
(853) hell, he expects to be part of it, on a Senatorial level.
(854) These people out here watching you.
(855) Do you know who they are, what they are?
(856) Do you?
(857) They're voters!
(858) How it's gonna look to them
(859) if the Governor tells the army to blow the shit out of your convoy?
(860) Maybe you can help him. Maybe he can help you!
(861) Do we have any choice?
(862) 'Spider Mike callin' the Duck. Say Duck, I just got a skip from my home 20.
(863) 'My old lady's about to pop.
(864) 'You're talking to a damn near daddy. Can you dig it? '
(865) Hey, that's great news, Mike.
(866) I'm gonna have to split, though.
(867) So, uh, you all take care.
(868) 'We're gonna miss you, buddy. Give our love to the old lady.
(869) 'Hey Mike, this is Love Machine. It's been good travellin' with you.
(870) 'Good luck with your baby, OK? '
(871) 'It was nice meeting you, Mike.'
(872) 'We'll catch you later, baby-maker! '
(873) 'Hey Mike, old partner, keep the pedal to the metal
(874) 'and get on home to that good little woman.'
(875) 'Breaker 1-9, this is the Saddle Burner here,
(876) 'wishin' Spider Mike high ridin' back to Texas.
(877) 'Say hello to the Alamo for me, yeah? '
(878) 'Next time we hook up, you'll all get to meet my son.'
(879) You all take care. Keep 'em movin' all right for me.
(880) Jesus, I hope he makes it.
(881) He's going through some bad country for a black truck driver.
(882) Governor, you couldn't ask
(883) for a better opportunity to make the headlines.
(884) Liberal, humanitarian headlines.
(885) Truckers. Trash. Just plain old trash.
(886) No, average people. Trash!
(887) To tell you the truth, Henry, I think this damn convoy
(888) has more public support than we do.
(889) Bring in Sheriff Wallace.
(890) I'm afraid Sheriff Wallace left for Texas in a hurry.
(891) Texas?
(892) Well, what the hell is he going to do in Texas?
(893) 'We're runnin' RPM up about 21 hundred and shifting,
(894) 'and it'll fall back to about 18.
(895) 'That's your normal operating range when you're pullin' something.
(896) 'Between 18 and 21.'
(897) You really love this truck, don't you?
(898) I certainly do NOT love this truck.
(899) You oughta meet Ramblin' Jack Elliott.
(900) Talk about a man who loves his truck, bumper to bumper.
(901) He named his dog "Kenworth".
(902) I like knowin' how she runs but, uh,
(903) it's really the driving!
(904) 'Although there is no official comment at this time,
(905) 'it seems to be a mass protest against the 55 mile an hour... '
(906) Yahooo!
(907) Come over here!
(908) Baby...
(909) Goddammit, I'll meet you outside.
(910) Give me one shot at the Governor and I'll corner him with documented evidence
(911) to prove the Republican Party...
(912) Does anybody know where we can find the Rubber Duck?
(913) Hey man, lay off. Give him a chance to dry off, uh?
(914) We're just trying to get a couple pictures!
(915) No, no, I don't think so. You're not gonna get no pictures.
(916) You know what you can do with your money?
(917) No, you take your body out of here. Your cameras, too.
(918) Hey, you made good time, Lyle. Yeah, I had a pretty good pilot.
(919) A little tired, though.
(920) Here he is, Lyle.
(921) Boy, you sure are one dumb black son of a bitch!
(922) You got here a little late for the fun. You would have enjoyed it.
(923) Man, you sure know how to hurt.
(924) You resisted arrest.
(925) I'll plead guilty, whatever you say. Just don't hit me anymore.
(926) I didn't hit you. I helped you up.
(927) Thank you, sir, but I don't need any more of your help.
(928) Let's go, Lyle.
(929) Yeah. Listen boy, if I hear anything about your kid I'll let you know.
(930) Looks like you're gonna be with us for a while.
(931) What for?
(932) Bait.
(933) What happens, Lyle, when he brings all those trucks?
(934) Ah, he won't do that. Not his style.
(935) Our syndicate would be very interested in buying any photographs you have.
(936) We'll give you a very good deal. What's a very good deal?
(937) Oh, if the photographs are good,
(938) More like $2,500.
(939) Then you'll have an exclusive for the first instalment.
(940) I don't think... Hey, hey, hey!
(941) This is no time to be talking business.
(942) Excuse me, please, I think I'll get dressed.
(943) Hey, you're the Rubber Duck! That's right. I'm in a real hurry.
(944) I'm just tryin' to work a deal. So am I, brother. So am I.
(945) You're all wet.
(946) Is that so?
(947) It's becoming.
(948) Guess what. What?
(949) I'm about to sell you out!
(950) You all right?
(951) You, you with that convoy?
(952) Don't you worry. I'll get ya help.
(953) I ain't sellin' no stories.
(954) The hell you're not. We're talking about a lot of money.
(955) Whoever buys this story is gonna have to pay through the nose.
(956) I believe that!
(957) And we're gonna need it.
(958) Because I see a lot of lawyers in our future.
(959) You do, uh? Mm-hm.
(960) And I'm involved.
(961) You are, uh?
(962) What in?
(963) Don't give me any more of your nonsense, please.
(964) I'm really trying to help.
(965) I know you are.
(966) I'm serious. I'm really interested in knowing
(967) what it is you think you're involved in.
(968) Because I'm beginning to think I got no idea.
(969) We can go talk it over in the truck, if you want.
(970) 'Breaker 1-9. Emergency 10-33.
(971) 'Is there any 18-wheelers out there westbound who can read me?
(972) 'Come on.'
(973) 'Hey, you got the Spanish Fly here. I got a copy on you, go! '
(974) I need a message relayed west to Rubber Duck in the convoy.
(975) Hey, Duck!
(976) Hey, Duck!
(977) 'Bobby, you know you're really something. You're perfect.
(978) I'll come back. No, wait a minute, man.
(979) What you got on your mind?
(980) This Disneyland. Let's get off this merry-go-round.
(981) I didn't fight my way outta... 'Breaker 1-9 for 10-33.
(982) 'Spider Mike's in jail in Alvarez, Texas.
(983) 'Tiny's beat him half to death. He needs help.'
(984) 'Breaker, breaker, this is Mother Trucker. 10-33 emergency.
(985) 'Repeat. Spider Mike needs help.'
(986) I don't know what to do, Bobby.
(987) I've been thinking about all those towns we've gone through
(988) and all them people who was cheerin' us, man.
(989) People fallin' in behind us.
(990) And I think I've figured it out. A chopper!
(991) The reason they're coming in behind us is who the hell else they got?
(992) Nobody, that's who.
(993) This guy up here, man, he may not be any straighter than anybody else,
(994) but he sees somethin' down here that he wants to use
(995) or he wouldn't even be messin' with us.
(996) So that means he's worth dealin' with.
(997) Look at all them people.
(998) Just remember, when I used to steal cookies,
(999) the faster I ran the less I had to split.
(1000) 'Breaker 1-9 for 10-33. This is the Midnight Mover.
(1001) 'Spider Mike's in truckers' hell down in Alvarez, Texas.'
(1002) Give me time alone with him first.
(1003) Are you sure the perimeters are manned?
(1004) Haskins! Here comes Haskins!
(1005) Haskins! Haskins! Here comes Haskins!
(1006) Duck! Don't pass the buck! Duck!
(1007) Don't pass the buck! Duck! Duck!
(1008) Don't pass the buck! Duck!
(1009) Duck! Don't pass the buck! Duck!
(1010) Duck!
(1011) Gerry Haskins, Duck. Glad you could take the time to see me.
(1012) I mean, I know how busy you are.
(1013) Well, it looks like you got a hell of a cross-section of people here.
(1014) I mean, there's no question that most of their bitches are...
(1015) probably legitimate, but you know...
(1016) ...I think the question we're facing is,
(1017) how do we take effective action together?
(1018) I mean I know your cause or causes should be defined and, uh...
(1019) Katie, darling, how are you? Governor, welcome.
(1020) The press are waiting for you. Oh, good. Let's go over to the tent.
(1021) I'll have a little talk with the Duck.
(1022) We got a legitimate hero, a public figure.
(1023) 'Breaker 1-9 to 10-33. This is White Line Willie... '
(1024) It's obvious this represents something more
(1025) than the banning of the 55-mile speed limit, right?
(1026) It's nothing to do with the 55 mile an hour...
(1027) 'Spider Mike's in jail and they beat him up bad.
(1028) 'Pass the message on.'
(1029) With my aides, we can draft up a list of your grievances.
(1030) 'Spider Mike's down in Alvarez, Texas, and Old Tiny beat the hell out of him.'
(1031) 'Lyle Wallace got Spider Mike in jail. I heard they broke his back.'
(1032) 'Lyle split his skull wide open.'
(1033) I will be elected!
(1034) Hello, Bertie. Good to see you.
(1035) Oh, Governor Haskins, we're so happy to have you here in Albuquerque.
(1036) Well, it's great to be here, cos you're doing such a wonderful job, all of you.
(1037) In fact, I'd like to just have a moment...
(1038) How about some comments?
(1039) Jake, just a minute. You know better than that.
(1040) I'd like to have a moment alone with the Duck.
(1041) And then I'll be happy to talk to all of you.
(1042) Everybody out, please. Everybody.
(1043) We got deadlines to meet, you know. Bill, I'll do the best I can.
(1044) Think he's gonna need some help?
(1045) Yeah, let's go.
(1046) But I'll give you my word that I'll apply all the pressure I can.
(1047) And I can apply pressure.
(1048) But I wouldn't plan a return visit to Arizona for a while, if I were you.
(1049) I don't. Good.
(1050) Black or white? What do you have in mind?
(1051) Coffee.
(1052) Black. What else do you have in mind?
(1053) I want to take you to Washington DC, as a people's leader.
(1054) Which is just what you've become. See, I need you there, Duck.
(1055) Come on, Reverend. We've got a problem.
(1056) And I think you need me here.
(1057) All of you.
(1058) OK, let us through. Let us through.
(1059) They got Mike! They got Spider Mike.
(1060) Lyle and Tiny Alvarez have him in truckers' hell.
(1061) Yeah! I hear they beat him half to death and got him in jail!
(1062) What the hell is Lyle doin' in Alvarez, Texas?
(1063) Hey, don't worry, I'll go get him.
(1064) I'll go with you. Hey, we'll all go get him.
(1065) Wait a minute! Just wait a minute, all of you!
(1066) Hold it! Hey! Will you grow up?
(1067) I mean, all of you, will you just grow up?
(1068) Hey, will you help us?
(1069) That's what I'm trying to do! I'm just one man.
(1070) I can't reach outta my office and, uh, pluck criminals out of jail,
(1071) left and right.
(1072) Sometimes, you have to sacrifice the individual.
(1073) Bullshit!
(1074) For the cause of the common purpose. He's right, you know.
(1075) It could take weeks, months. Don't kill this!
(1076) You started something very good here. Look, I'll do all I can to help you.
(1077) But I'm afraid he's gonna have to fend for himself for a while.
(1078) Is that it?
(1079) Yeah, that's it.
(1080) OK, partner, I gotta go.
(1081) You're in charge, now.
(1082) You know what we need and what we're up against.
(1083) Get what you can from the man, and...
(1084) she'll help you.
(1085) You're leaving?
(1086) Why?
(1087) Hey, why does it always have to be you?
(1088) I don't know.
(1089) Just when we were starting to get something accomplished.
(1090) All these people! Don't you give a damn what's gonna happen to them?
(1091) Chuck...
(1092) Stay back, stay back.
(1093) Hey, you can do me a favour. Will you stay here and...
(1094) Watch it.
(1095) You can do me a favour. Stay here and help Bobby sort this out.
(1096) He ain't so good at stringing them words together as you are.
(1097) Where you goin', Duck? Governor didn't do anything, did he?
(1098) Hey, Duck?
(1099) You comin' back?
(1100) Son of a bitch! What are we gonna do without the Duck, now?
(1101) Hey, Melissa?
(1102) How come you didn't stay with the press people?
(1103) They seemed to like you.
(1104) I just didn't feel like it.
(1105) Oh.
(1106) Uh... Well...
(1107) Ma'am...
(1108) Can I let you off some place?
(1109) No? No, thank you.
(1110) Oh, oh, boy!
(1111) These lonely long highways sure grind the souls off us cowpokes.
(1112) Diamonds!
(1113) I think I'll get in the back.
(1114) I thought you said he was going to come alone?
(1115) I'll be seein' you, Lyle. Where the hell are you going?
(1116) Come back here!
(1117) Madre mia!
(1118) Operator. Operator!
(1119) The keys! Where are the keys? Let's look in the back.
(1120) I knew you'd come,
(1121) but I never figured you'd need help, too.
(1122) I didn't bring nobody.
(1123) They came on their own.
(1124) This was between you and me.
(1125) You knew it.
(1126) Now, look what you've done.
(1127) You ain't nothin' but a two-bit, lyin', cheatin',
(1128) law-breakin' trucker!
(1129) And what the hell are you?
(1130) Take a look at yourself.
(1131) You're just a broke-down old bribe-takin' piece of meanness.
(1132) You tell me, old man. What good are you?
(1133) I am the law! Don't you understand? I represent the law!
(1134) Well, piss on you.
(1135) And piss on your law.
(1136) I sure am glad to see you.
(1137) You oughta be shot right where you're standing.
(1138) So help me, if I had a gun I'd do it myself.
(1139) And that badge would make it all right, wouldn't it?
(1140) Throw him in a cell and get a doctor for him.
(1141) It wasn't him. Fat man didn't have nothing to do with it.
(1142) It was Alvarez.
(1143) Forget it.
(1144) I ain't forgettin' nothing! Cos this ain't over yet!
(1145) It is, for me.
(1146) Man, I'm sorry.
(1147) Don't worry about it.
(1148) I'm really sorry.
(1149) I hate somebody else payin' my dues.
(1150) Wheee! Doggie!
(1151) 'Uh, breaker 1-9 calling all trucks.'
(1152) Anyone who don't like the sound of Mexico
(1153) can speak up now or split.
(1154) 'Wait, I gotta have a conference.
(1155) 'Oink oink oink. It's OK with them.'
(1156) 'You got it, brother! Amen! '
(1157) 'Eh amigo, fume mota de Jalisco, Guillero,
(1158) 'Michoacan, Oaxaca, aiiii! '
(1159) When you boys get down to Mazatlan,
(1160) just order me up about four fingers of tequila in a malt glass.
(1161) I'll be right behind you.
(1162) Well, the Bald Eagle's been tuned into that.
(1163) Jeez, I'm glad we didn't pick Haiti.
(1164) 'Viva Zapata! '
(1165) 'Pues, vamos a ver! ' 'Vamos a ver! '
(1166) 'How about you? I love Mexico! '
(1167) 'Don't leave without me! '
(1168) 'Ole! Viva tequila! '
(1169) 'Ai, Chihuahua! '
(1170) 'Hey, Bobby, we're gonna be turning up here,
(1171) 'about a quarter of a mile and headin' for the river.'
(1172) Did you hear me, Bobby?
(1173) Por favor, buy a drinko!
(1174) OK, kids. School time, come on.
(1175) Come on! Move it! Get out of the way!
(1176) That idiot tried to kill me!
(1177) Get outta here!
(1178) 'Hey Bobby, where you at? '
(1179) Jesus Christ!
(1180) 'Hey Duck, kinda got a little problem here.
(1181) We can handle it, though,
(1182) 'but it certainly looks like a problem.'
(1183) Man, this is no time to be having problems. We're almost there.
(1184) 'Hey, Duck, look, we're gonna fall behind you.'
(1185) We'll meet you in Old Mex, OK?
(1186) 'We'll meet you at the Posada Duran.'
(1187) What the hell's going on, Bobby? 'We're doin' fine. It'll be OK.'
(1188) But don't let the back door slap you in the ass, buddy.
(1189) 'I heard you, buddy.'
(1190) Your registration's in the glove box. You take care of your own licence.
(1191) That's 10-30, boy.
(1192) 'It was his fault, we were just minding our own... '
(1193) He's coming.
(1194) Breaker 1-9.
(1195) 'Breaker 1-9. This is the Bear.
(1196) 'In the hardware at your front door.
(1197) 'If you don't get your ass outta that truck,
(1198) 'with your hands in the air,
(1199) 'I'm gonna blow you sky high. Come on.'
(1200) 'Martin, do you read me? This is Lyle Wallace! '
(1201) Well, I guess this is as far as it goes. You'd better get on out.
(1202) I'm staying.
(1203) I said, get out!
(1204) Come on.
(1205) 'Hey, Duck. Hey, Duck! '
(1206) 'Own snow cones... Trying to make a living.
(1207) Let's get this door outta the street.
(1208) Duck! Did you hear me?
(1209) That's it. It's all yours, Colonel. Fire when you're ready.
(1210) Hey, Duck.
(1211) 'You're finished. You're finished! You're finished! '
(1212) Hey, Duck!
(1213) All right, you people. Let's get outta here!
(1214) Prepare to fire!
(1215) Ready!
(1216) Aim!
(1217) Fire!
(1218) You poor son of a bitch!
(1219) 'Hey, Duck! Hey, Duck! '
(1220) A lonely breed.
(1221) Hard men, proud men, not too proud to cry,
(1222) nor shed a tear.
(1223) The living embodiment
(1224) of the American cowboy tradition.
(1225) Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today
(1226) to honour this great Native American son,
(1227) who gave his life to dramatise a cause so vital to us all,
(1228) as many great Americans before him have.
(1229) As you can see,
(1230) these truckers are going to start passing,
(1231) paying their respects to their lost comrade,
(1232) the Rubber Duck.
(1233) Can we have an amen for our sister?
(1234) Amen.
(1235) In their Macks, their Jimmys,
(1236) their K-Whoppers, fruit liners, garbage trucks,
(1237) dump trucks
(1238) and even limousines...
(1239) Truckers all!
(1240) From the covered wagons and trains to the 18-wheelers...
(1241) ...that keep this country alive.
(1242) His controlled individualism made this cause so vital...
(1243) ...that I promise to take it to Washington
(1244) and present it to the Senate myself.
(1245) You can do your part as well...
(1246) What do you think you're doing?
(1247) This thing isn't over! They're selling tickets, the bums!
(1248) ...You can contribute. You can write to the White House!
(1249) And I'll be there to back you up!
(1250) Hey, Pig Pen, would you give us a statement?
(1251) Hey, Chuck!
(1252) Make 'em believe this is part of it. Bullshit!
(1253) Ladies and gentlemen, we will guarantee
(1254) that the Rubber Duck's voice will be heard.
(1255) Quack, quack! You son of a bitch!
(1256) Martin Penwald!
(1257) Did you ever see a duck that couldn't swim?
(1258) Where are you going? Why are you leaving?
(1259) What's going on?
(1260) Stop that truck! This is civil disobedience!
(1261) For God's sake, stop that truck!
(1262) 'We're on our own.'
(1263) 'Tell 'em like it is, Pig Pen. You got it! Yes, sir.'
(1264) Ladies and gentlemen, the true spirit of America...
(1265) I'm sure you see it represented in these truckers.
(1266) This demonstration... Quack, quack!
(1267) 10-4, good buddy!
(1268) Bye.
(1269) Get that FBI man over here.
(1270) Right now? I warned you about this.
(1271) It's out of control.
(1272) Gentlemen! Let the Governor get out!
(1273) 'Political bullshit! And you damn well better tell 'em it's no good!
(1274) 'He's using the truckers for a red carpet to the White House! '
(1275) 'Somebody ought to dehorn that rotten son of a bitch! '
(1276) What are they doing here?
(1277) What do they think this is, a parade?
(1278) What the hell's he laughing at?
(1279) 'For mercy's sake alive! Looks like we got us a convoy.'
(1280) 'Breaker, Pig Pen. This here's the Duck again.
(1281) 'You wanna back off with them go-go girls? '
(1282) 'Roger. About five miles or so. Them hogs is getting intense up here.'
(1283) 'Well, here's the plan, Pig Pen.
(1284) 'When we get to the pass, we gonna put on our fish costumes,
(1285) 'pass out the Vaseline and an extra ration of rum for the men.
(1286) 'That should do it.'
(1287) 'How about you, Big Nasty, come on?
(1288) 'Say, listen, Big Nasty. We sure are glad you was along on this here run.
(1289) 'To kick ass, don't ya know?
(1290) '10-4, I know you can't say "ass" on the CB. Back.'
(1291) 'Uh, 10-4, Pig Pen. What's your 20?
(1292) 'Omaha?
(1293) 'Hell, they ought to know what to do with those hogs out there for sure.
(1294) 'Listen, good buddy.
(1295) 'Keep the bugs off your glass and the bears off your ass.
(1296) 'Well, catch you on the flip-flop. This here's Rubber Duck on the side.
(1297) 'Southbound and down.

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