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View Quote (as Kazim's troops lay down their weapons in surrender) Looks like you killed the snake.
View Quote (to Eva as Al, Dirk and Eva are being pursued in Kazim's car) I hope you don't throw like a girl!
View Quote Al: Hey, you know how it is when you see someone that you haven't seen since high school, and they got some dead-end job, and they're married to some woman that hates them, they got three kids who, like, think he's a joke? Wasn't there some point where you stood back and said, "Bob, don't take that job! Bob, don't marry that harpy!" You know?
Dirk: Your point?
Al: Well, we're in the desert, looking for the source of a river pollutant, using as our map a cave drawing of a Civil War gunship, which is also in the desert. So I was just wondering when we're gonna have to sit down and re-evaluate our decision-making paradigm?
Dirk: (seeing the old fort from the cave painting) I don't know. It seems to be working so far.
View Quote Al: Next time you go!
Dirk: What the hell took you so long?
AL: What? I stopped for coffee.
Dirk: Did you get a receipt?
Al: Yeah, I got a receipt, and you know what? I got you one too!
Dirk: You're the best Al!
Al: You know what? I'll even get you the money from Sandecker.
View Quote Al: What do you want to do?
Dirk: Uhhhhh...I think we need to pull a Panama.
Al: A Panama? A PANAMA?!
Sandecker: Panama?
Al: You think? Really?
Dirk: Yeah! Really!
View Quote Al: Hey, you know my dad collected ancient coins, from Rome, China, Siam, Persia... somehow they all ended up in a shoe box in New Jersey.
Dirk: Meaning?
Al: Coins travel, Dirk. I mean, even if that poor guy was still alive, it could have been nothing.
Dirk: Yeah, but the coin traveled from somewhere Al. Unless it hitched a ride on the back of a dolphin, I'm gonna guess it's jumping off point was a little closer to where we're sitting.
Al: Really? You can see that ironclad steaming up the river? I mean really? Isn't it more likely that we missed it somewhere up the coast off Virginia?
View Quote Dirk: Al, did you get the explosives from Massardes?
Al: Couldn't find them.
Dirk: Al...
Al: Didn't have time.
Dirk: AL!
Al: Of course I brought the explosives!
View Quote Dirk: Hey Al, Do remember that time when we were in Morocco?
Al: Ya, when you made me ride that damn camel, that bit my ass.
Dirk: Yeah, that's the time.
Al: Why?
View Quote Dirk: I'm sorry I don't speak English.
Gunboat Officer: You are speaking English right now.
Dirk: No, I only know how to say, "I don't speak English" in English.
View Quote Dirk: What would you do if you were about to be exposed as the biggest polluter in history?
Al: I don't know. Run for president?
View Quote Dirk: (untying her bonds) Eva. How many times am I gonna have to save your ass?
Eva: Well, in case you didn't notice, I actually saved yours.
View Quote Dirk: Admiral, have you ever seen a confederate gold dollar?
Sandecker: (annoyed) Oh dear God, don't start this again.
Dirk: Of course not, because the Confederacy never made a gold dollar. The mint was destroyed at the end of the war.
Sandecker: I beg you on my hands and knees, don't.
Dirk: But not before Jefferson Davis had five samples made. He gave four of those samples to his top generals: Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Jeb Stuart and Johnston.
Sandecker: Every time we come to Africa outcomes that stupid ship model, outcomed the old port generals. We're leaving for Australia tomorrow.
Dirk: Four of those samples have been found. But the fifth never was. That one was given to an old family friend of Davis, a brilliant young sea captain named Mason Tombs. Captain of the CSS ironclad Texas. (producing the coin and handing it to Sandecker)
View Quote Dirk: All right Rudi, you gonna run sonar of the river.
Rudi: But,I was hoping to meet a girl on the australian trip.
Al: No. African war zone, ship of death!
...later... Rudi: Got a profile!
Al: Another truck bumper? Bicycle? VCR?
View Quote Eva: And you found that coin?
Dirk: Not just a coin. I found the coin. Now I also had a letter from the captain's widow alluding to her husband's urgent eastern voyage. Had a sailor's log on a Atlantic clipper, who swore on the stack of Bibles, he saw a great iron beast standing two miles off the African coast.
View Quote Frank: Are you all right?
Eva: Mali, just like the others.
Frank: Yeah, I know.
Eva: This is an outbreak, Frank.
Frank: We have six cases. That's not enough.
Eva: Oh, how many do we need? Sixty? Six thousand? Where does it start tomorrow? We have to find the cure Frank.
Frank: You want to go to Mali.It's not gonna happen. W-H-O isn't gonna lose anymore staff to a civil war. (handing her a clipboard) Here, finish your report.
Eva: (sarcastically, walking away) Good. Just in time for the autopsy.