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Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Terminator 2: Judgment Day quotes

61 total quotes

Dr. Peter Silberman
John Connor
Multiple Characters
Sarah Connor
Terminator


View Quote John: We got company.
Dyson: Police?
Sarah: How many?
John: All of 'em I think.
View Quote John: We spent a lot of time in Nicaragua and places like that. For a while there, she was with this crazy ex-Green Beret guy, running guns. Then there were some other guys. She'd shack up with anybody she could learn from so she could teach me how to be this great military leader. Then she gets busted and it's like, "Sorry kid, your mom's a psycho. Didn't you know?" It's like, everything I'd been brought up to believe was all made of bullshit? I hated her for that. But everything she said was true. She knew and nobody believed her. Not even me. Listen, we gotta get her out of there.
Terminator: Negative. The T-1000's highest probability for success now would be to copy Sarah Connor and to wait for you to make contact with her.
John: Great. And what happens to her?
Terminator: Typically, the subject being copied is terminated.
John: Shit! Why didn't you tell me?! We gotta go right now!
Terminator: Negative. It's not a mission priority.
View Quote John: You have to do what I say huh?
Terminator: That's one of my mission parameters.
John: Prove it! Stand on one foot. [The Terminator lifts one leg] Yes! Cool. My own Terminator! Wow.
View Quote John: You're telling me that this thing can imitate anything it touches?
Terminator: Anything it samples by physical contact.
John: Get real. Like it could disguise itself as a pack of cigarettes?
Terminator: No, only an object of equal size.
John: Well why not just become a bomb or something to get me?
Terminator: It can't form complex machines. Guns and explosives have chemicals, moving parts. It doesn't work that way. But he can form solid metal shapes.
John: Like what?
Terminator: Knives and stabbing weapons.
View Quote Police Officer: You OK?
T-1000: Fine. Say, that's a nice bike.
View Quote Sarah: Keep it under sixty-five. We don't want to be pulled over.
Terminator: Affirmative.
John: No, no, no, no, no. You gotta listen to the way people talk. You don't say "affirmative" or some shit like that. You say, "No problemo." And if someone comes off to you with an attitude, you say "eat me." If you wanna shine them on, it's "Hasta la vista, baby."
Terminator: Hasta la vista, baby.
John: Yeah, or "later, dickwad." Or if someone gets upset, you say "chill out." Or you can do combinations.
Terminator: Chill out, dickwad.
John: That's great! See, you're getting it.
Terminator: No problemo.
View Quote Silberman: Let's go back to what you were saying about those terminator machines. Now you think they don't exist?
Sarah: They don't exist. I know that now.
Silberman: But you've told me on many occasions about how you crushed one in a hydraulic press.
Sarah: If I had, there would have been some evidence. They would have found something at the factory.
Silberman: I see. So you don't believe anymore that the company covered it up?
Sarah: No. Why would they?
View Quote Silberman: Morning Sarah.
Sarah: Good morning, Dr. Silberman. How's the knee?
Silberman: Fine, Sarah. She stabbed me in the kneecap with my pen a few weeks ago. Repeated escape attempts.
View Quote T-1000: [Piercing Sarah's shoulder with his hand, in the shape of a metal spike] Call to John.
Sarah: No.
T-1000: [Twisting the spike in her shoulder] I know this hurts. Call John. [Extending another spike toward her eye] Call to John now.
Sarah: **** you.
View Quote T-1000: Are you the legal guardian of John Connor?
Todd Voight: That's right, Officer. What's he done now?
T-1000: Could I speak with him please?
Janielle Voight: You could if he were here. He just took off on his bike. So, he could be anywhere.
T-1000: Do you have a photograph of John?
Janielle Voight: Yeah, sure, hold on.
Todd Voight: Could you tell me what this is about?
T-1000: Just need to ask him a few questions.
[Janielle gives the photo to T-1000]
T-1000: He's a good looking boy. Do you mind if I keep this picture?
Janielle Voight: No, go on. There was a guy here this morning looking for him, too
Todd Voight: Yeah, a big guy on a bike. Does that got something to do with this?
T-1000: No, I wouldn't worry about him. Thanks for you cooperation.
View Quote Terminator: Go! Run!
John: No, we gotta stick together.
Terminator: John, you've got to go!...Go! NOW!
View Quote Terminator: I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle.
Biker: [Laughs] You forgot to say please.
View Quote Terminator: I'll take care of the police.
John: Hey wait! You swore.
Terminator: [He grins] Trust me.
View Quote Terminator: In a few months, he will create a revolutionary type of microprocessor.
Sarah: Go on. Then what?
Terminator: In three years, Cyberdyne will become the largest supplier of military computer systems. All stealth bombers are upgraded with Cyberdyne computers, becoming fully unmanned. Afterwards, they fly with a perfect operational record. The Skynet funding bill is passed. The system goes online on August 4th, 1997. Human decisions are removed from strategic defense. Skynet begins to learn at a geometric rate. It becomes self-aware 2:14 AM, Eastern time, August 29th. In a panic, they try to pull the plug.
Sarah: Skynet fights back.
Terminator: Yes. It launches its missiles against their targets in Russia.
John: Why attack Russia? Aren't they our friends now?
Terminator: Because Skynet knows that the Russian counterattack will eliminate its enemies over here.
Sarah: Jesus.
View Quote Terminator: Killing Dyson might actually prevent the war.
John: I don't care. Haven't you learned anything yet? Haven't you figured out why you can't kill people?