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State of Grace

State of Grace quotes

13 total quotes

Frankie Flannery
Jackie Flannery
Terry Noonan

View Quote Jackie Flannery: [handing Stevie a paper] There's a horse running in the first called "Old Friend Arrives."
Stevie McGuire: No shit! [to Terry] Look at this! First you save my ass, now you're gonna' win me some money! I love you, Terry, but I gotta' go. OTB opens in ten minutes. Today's my lucky day.
Terry Noonan: See you later.
[Stevie leaves]
Terry Noonan: . Lucky day. Luckiest day he ever had, his ****in' dog got run over.
Jackie Flannery: Is he ****ed up or is he ****ed up?
View Quote Jackie Flannery: I wanna have kids. Just gotta find the right broad like Frankie did. Someone who lets me fool around on the weekends and still make pancakes before Sunday Mass. Like Irene maybe.
Terry Noonan: Who's Irene?
Jackie Flannery: Ooooh! You've got to meet her man. I spend one night with her my eyes are crossed for days. I walk into walls.
Terry Noonan: I'd like to meet her.
Jackie Flannery: She's mine though.
View Quote Jackie Flannery: The funeral's in Queens. I hate drivin' in ****in' Queens.
Terry Noonan: Do you want me to drive?
Jackie Flannery: Nah... then I would have to look out the window...
View Quote Jackie Flannery: The last guinea who walked around up here was Columbus, and he only lasted a week.
Borelli's Man: What are you, some ****in' asshole? Or are you just taking lessons?
[Jackie Flannery smirks and headbutts him]
View Quote Jackie Flannery: What's the matter, your stomach upset?
Terry Noonan: Starting to get up in the morning Jack, it's like I'm pulling my socks over my shoes.
Jackie Flannery: Yeah?
Terry Noonan: Like I'm in this ****ing fog.
Jackie Flannery: Terry, you're missing the point here. I can't remember shit, that's the way I like it. Only hint of a problem is I need a little Maalox, but I can buy Maalox.
Terry Noonan: You always were tougher than me Jack.
Jackie Flannery: I always thought I was just crazier.
View Quote Jackie Flannery: Yuppies got to be thicker than the rats and the roaches. Assholes can't live without their dogs. Got dog shit all over the sidewalk. And it didn't use to be that way, it used to be, you dropped a cone, you could lift it up and finish it. People are roaming the streets homeless because of these assholes!
Terry: So we're like Robin Hood in this instance.
Jackie Flannery: Yeah. And I'm Friar ****.
View Quote Terry Noonan: Be up to the angels I guess.
Jackie Flannery: Hm. Them ****s.
View Quote Terry Noonan: What did Frankie say?
Jackie Flannery: Stevie never hurt nobody. I hurt people. Frankie hurts people. Stevie borrowed money, that's all. Who'd kill him over ****in' money?
Kathleen Flannery: You're acting surprised, Jackie? Are you serious? You want us to think this surprises you? Every time you turn around down here, somebody else is dead.
Jackie Flannery: What you talkin' about?
Kathleen Flannery: How many wakes we go to as kids because somebody forgot to pay back money?
Jackie Flannery: Every time we turn around, somebody's dead? Bullshit!
[Jackie begins to spin around]
Jackie Flannery: See! See! Stevie never hurt nobody!
View Quote [at the church] I came here, I knelt down, I thought about Stevie as hard as I could... and I hoped it was praying.
View Quote Either they forgot about us, or this entire ****in' neighborhood better get ready to duck.
View Quote Nobody's doin' nothin' to nobody. It's all just happenin', see?
View Quote She thinks I'm an asshole. And if she thinks that about me, what in the long run is she going to think about you?
View Quote So I was in Boston, I just ended up there. Seemed far enough away. They come to me then, it just happened, you know how that is, things happen and other things happen and it's your life. They were looking to get somebody to go undercover here, they wanted to get somebody who knew the Kitchen who was known. And I coulda said no but I thought I could do it. It was like this opportunity in which I could look the entire thing in the eye. And you'd be gone, or married, forgot about me I thought. And Jack, I would leave him out of it. But it was only an idea. Nothing to do with the truth. It was just a ****in' idea like... You believe in the angels or the saints or there's such a thing as a state of grace. And you believe it, but it's got nothing to do with reality. It just an idea. I mean you got your ideas and you got reality, and they're all... they're all ****ed up.