Quote-A-Rama: The Ten Best Quotes from The Replacements

b_7976This movie was so corny, and yet so good. May Shane Falco live on forever in our hearts.

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(Quotes from IMDB.com)

Shane Falco: Pain heals. Chicks dig scars. Glory… lasts forever.

Jimmy McGinty: A real man admits his fears. That’s what I’m asking you to do here tonight. Fears… lets talk about them.
Clifford Franklin: [Clears throat] I’m scared of spiders, Coach.

Edward O’Neil: Give me a cigarette.
Jimmy McGinty: I quit.
Edward O’Neil: Nobody likes a quitter, Jimmy.

John Madden: According to the Sentinels, it says Ray Smith is – hey, that’s weird. No college given, no high school. It just says he’s been a resident of the state of Maryland for the last two years and two months, and that he likes to embroider.

Jimmy McGinty: You’re looking at a 65-yard field goal here.
Nigel ‘The Leg’ Gruff: You just hold the ball, Shane, and I’ll kick the bloody piss out of it.

Clifford Franklin: Now you know this don’t look natural Coach. now you know it don’t… I look like I just jacked off an elephant.

Edward O’Neil: I’ve seen monkey-shit fights at the zoo that are more organized than this.

Clifford Franklin: The football’s like a one-man cold to Clifford Franklin. Clifford Franklin’s the only man catchin’ it, Clifford Franklin’s the only man comin’ down wid it.

Jimmy McGinty: Listen up! By this time tomorrow the strike will be officially over and you men will be out of a job. Up until now Dallas hasn’t been afraid of you, and they should be because you have a powerful weapon working for you. There is no tomorrow for you, and that makes you all very dangerous people!

Clifford Franklin: [to a Dallas player] Clifford Franklin is looking for a new ho!

This is the best line, scene, whatever you want to call it, in the whole movie.

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