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Script VO 1x07

 Pour l'instant, vous aurez droit au sous titrage anglais, tel qu'il apparait sur les vidéos, en attendant une présentation "normale" prochainement.

 

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How long are we
on this one, Q-Ball?

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A little more
than five days.

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At least it looks like San Francisco.

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Rembrandt: We've been
down that road before.

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Wade:
"Longer library hours"?

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("Nutcracker Suite"
plays on radio)

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What's that?
Tchaikovsky?

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- Professor: I'm impressed, Mr. Brown.
- I know all the longhairs.

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If you're gonna play the game,
you've got to appreciate the greats.

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Check it out. It's Albert.

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Hey, look,
up there.

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Boy: Mr. Mallory? Excuse me.

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Can I get
your autograph?

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Uh...

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- Woman: Can I have your autograph too, please?
- Sure.

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Make it out to Sigmund.

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"Sigmund. "

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I want to be in the academic
decathlon just like you.

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You're the greatest
scientist in the world, Quinn.

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Professor Arturo,
you too.

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My mom's one of your
biggest fans.

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- She is?
- She's got all your textbooks.

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She has?

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Man: I'm next! I'm next!

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Are you guys
anybody?

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- I don't know. Are we?
- Rembrandt: I don't know.

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- Man: You guys are the greatest!
- Woman: Thank you!

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Man: Professor, I've
heard all your tapes!

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Really great
to see you here.

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- I wonder what's going on?
- I don't know.

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Man: You've been an
inspiration to all of us!

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Excuse me. What's all
this excitement about?

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It's Quinn and Maxie, lady. What?

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Quinn Mallory? Mr. "All-America,"
Mr. "All-Everything"!

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That's Max Arturo
with him.

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Where have you people been?
They're "The Sliders. "

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Sliders?

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Let's get
out of here.

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Let's get to them.

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Quinn: Okay, I'll get to everyone.

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(whistles)

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Quinn: I have to go. I'm
sorry. We're sorry, everybody.

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Woman:
Please don't go.

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Rembrandt:
Hell of a reception.

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Reminds me of the first
time I played the Apollo.

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"Little Rembrandt and the
Shandells," back in the early '70s.

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Are you guys
all right?

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They act like I'm some
academic superstar.

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We evidently have arrived
on a world where they regard

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intellectual achievement
with the same adulation

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that we confer on movie
stars or sports heroes.

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Rather sensible
if you ask me.

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Did you hear what they were calling you?

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- You're "The Sliders. "
- What?

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Mr. "All-World" Quinn Mallory
and Professor Arturo.

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You're supposed to have slid
a couple of months ago.

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- They actually referred to us as The Sliders?
- Yes.

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Guys, you know
what this means?

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If we're sliders, my double's got
to have built a sliding machine.

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Driver, 4159 Blue Jay Way. And hurry.

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- Your house?
- My house.

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If the system's here, we won't
have to reconfigure the timer...

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we can autoset the system.
We're going home!

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Quinn: What if you could
find brand new worlds

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right here on Earth,
where anything is possible?

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Same planet,
different dimension.

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I found the gateway.

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(theme music plays)

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- Is that your mom?
- I hope not.

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Mr. Mallory,
what a surprise.

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I wasn't expecting
you back.

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Mr. Arturo?

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Hello.

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I'm afraid you have me
at a disadvantage.

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Dana Bingham,
with Bay Point Realty.

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Mr. Mallory asked me to
put his house on the market.

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Of course it would've
sold a long time ago,

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if you hadn't been
asking such a big price.

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- Where have you two been?
- Quinn: Mrs. Bingham...?

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Is my mom here?

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I wouldn't know. I haven't
been in touch with her

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since she was forced
to move back east.

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Right.

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We haven't moved the furniture
out yet, have we?

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Always testing me,
aren't you?

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No, you said you wanted to
preserve it for the estate sale.

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I wonder if you'd excuse
us, just for the moment?

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(chuckles)
Thank you.

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Bizarre to the point
of lunacy.

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Rembrandt: Bank
foreclosures? Estate sales?

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How's that possible
if you're a superstar?

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Home sweet home.

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Wade:
Hey, Quinn!

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Look...

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you're on
the "Weeties" box.

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(Rembrandt laughs)
"Breakfast of Geniuses. "

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If you've got all these endorsements,
how come you're so broke?

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How's he supposed to know? He's not him.

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Maybe I'm missing
something. I don't know.

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How come you're always
asking stupid questions?

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Please be here.
Please be here.

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Wade: What is all this stuff?

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No way.

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Don't give up hope,
Mr. Mallory.

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It's probably in a lab
at the university.

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Hey, check this out.
It's like a shrine.

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"All-American Academic
Excellence, Quinn Mallory. "

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"Most Valuable Player,

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California High School
Academic Championship. "

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"TV Physicist
of the Year"?

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Rembrandt:
Hey, check this out.

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- "The Dream Team"?
- Let me see.

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It seems to me
we have two options.

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We can either avoid all
contact with this world,

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and thus, perhaps
miss the possibility

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that they have the technology
to get us home safely.

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Or...?

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We can assume the
identities of our doubles.

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At least until we find
a sliding machine.

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Quinn, maybe
that's the solution.

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You could just
be this Quinn.

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We can poke around. I'm sure we
can find the equipment in no time.

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If we find a machine, could you
fix it so it takes us back home?

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It's the best chance
we've had since we started.

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Well, Mr. Mallory,
it's up to you.

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- Woman: I can't believe it.
- Man: It's Quinn.

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- Woman: And Professor Arturo.
- Man: They're back!

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Professor Arturo. You're
back from your slide.

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And Quinn Mallory!

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I'm surprised your return
wasn't on the news.

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We're trying to avoid
publicity at the moment.

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There are still kinks in the
prototype that we have to iron out.

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I thought I'd check in
with the office.

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But, your office
is back there.

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No, that's
the chairman's office.

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You're still
the chairman.

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(laughs)

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Professor Wertz wouldn't dare try to
move in while you were on sabbatical.

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Oh, I don't suppose
he would.

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(nervous laughter)

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So good to see you,
my dear fellow.

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- You'll have to excuse us now.
- Sure.

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Hi.

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Professor Arturo,
welcome back.

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- How was the slide?
- A rousing success.

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Everyone's been
wondering about you.

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Oh, how nice.
Excuse me.

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Here, I'll get it.

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Rembrandt:
Wow.

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Yes, well...

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I do have
excellent taste.

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Don't get too attached to it.
We leave in five days.

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If we're lucky,
less.

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Maybe there's information
about a lab in these files.

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Quinn:
I'll check these.

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It feels weird going through
some stranger's stuff.

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- Ah-ha.
- Anything?

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Yes. A phone bill with my
home address and phone number.

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Try it.
Maybe it's current.

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- (line rings)
- Woman: Hello?

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Oh, hello... is this
Maximillian Arturo's residence?

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Woman:
Max, is that you?

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- Why'd you hang up?
- There's a woman in my house.

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Well, maybe she
knows something.

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(phone rings)

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- Hello?
- Woman: So... you are back.

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Let's get
out of here!

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Excuse me...

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Mr. Mallory, the word
is out all over campus.

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They want you
down at practice.

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Rembrandt:
Practice?

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(laughs)
Yes, practice.

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Coach: This is a mindgame.
Being smart isn't enough.

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You have to be
fast, focused.

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Name the four nucleotides
that comprise DNA!

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(whistles)

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Man: Adenine, cytosine,
thymine, guanine!

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(whistles) Name the five
major geological eras.

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Man #2: Archean,
Proterozoic, Paleozoic,

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- Mesozoic, Cenozoic!
- (whistles)

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Elementary particles...
Wilson?

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Hadrons... leptons...

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(whistles)

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Coach: Wilson, what's
the matter with you?

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It's Mallory.

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Mallory!
You son of a bitch!

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I bend the rules for you
till they look like a pretzel,

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then you desert me for
one of your experiments.

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(mutters) You're a sight for sore eyes.

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Thank God
you're here, kid.

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Take five, boys, while
I chat with your captain.

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Let's talk.

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You can catch
your teammates later.

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What's the matter,
Wilson? Disappointed?

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(student laughs)

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Hey, "superstar. "
How's it going, man?

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Teammate #2: How's it
feel to be back, Quinn?

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Great... is this
my locker?

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Teammate #1: It's right
where it ought to be.

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I got to hand it
to you, Quinn.

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Anybody who pulls a vanishing
act for half the season,

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and shows up in time
for finals,

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the coach would have
his head for lunch.

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The coach smells
a championship.

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Hey, Wilson, looks like
you're on the bench, pal.

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Knock it off.

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Wilson subbed for you
while you were gone.

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Hello, it's Wilson.
Let me speak to him.

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I don't care what he's doing.
Tell him it's important.

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Joey, guess who didn't
take your threat seriously?

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Quinn Mallory.

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Look, do us both a favor...
take care of the problem.

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(hip-hop music starts)

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- <nutka> Yo, homes, what up? <nutka>
- <nutka> What up with you? <nutka>

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<nutka> What we gonna say?
What we gonna do? <nutka>

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<nutka> Where we gonna go?
What we gonna see? <nutka>

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<nutka> We're going
to the library <nutka>

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<nutka> Moving down the aisle
with my homies in tow <nutka>

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<nutka> We're groovin' in the home
of the librarian... yo <nutka>

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<nutka> She checks us out
from behind thick glasses <nutka>

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<nutka> We walk right past
and we wiggle our asses <nutka>

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<nutka> Hemingway, Lawrence,
Chekhov and Miller <nutka>

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<nutka> Fitzgerald was a freak,
Mailer is a killer <nutka>

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<nutka> Quiet please,
quiet please <nutka>

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<nutka> The silence is golden
to books I am beholden <nutka>

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<nutka> I know I'm bad 'cause of the
knowledge that I'm holding <nutka>

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<nutka> I give you one warning
there will be no repeats <nutka>

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<nutka> Get out of my face
while I'm reading my Keats. <nutka>

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(music continues)

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Unbelievable.

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(laughing)

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Could you turn that down,
please? I'm trying to concentrate.

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Oh, sure, man.
No problem.

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- That book any help?
- (sighs)

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This has got to be one of the
weirdest games ever invented.

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You've got to answer
these questions

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while you run around
carrying this ball

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00:14:24,536 --> 00:14:27,000
and the other team
tries to tag you.

239
00:14:27,035 --> 00:14:28,765
And the scoring
is insane.

240
00:14:28,800 --> 00:14:31,000
If you answer the questions
right and don't get tagged,

241
00:14:31,035 --> 00:14:32,965
you win one of these
squares on the floor.

242
00:14:33,000 --> 00:14:37,000
It's like "Go" or "Othello,"...
capture the right square,

243
00:14:37,035 --> 00:14:38,965
you can take over
several of 'em.

244
00:14:39,000 --> 00:14:41,600
The team with the most amount
of squares wins the game.

245
00:14:41,635 --> 00:14:45,165
That seems
easy enough.

246
00:14:45,200 --> 00:14:48,500
It's not. There's this whole strategy
about which squares to go for.

247
00:14:48,535 --> 00:14:51,200
Apparently you can win or lose
a bunch of 'em at one time,

248
00:14:51,235 --> 00:14:53,165
depending on where
you are on the court.

249
00:14:53,200 --> 00:14:55,800
Commentator: But the biggest
story in the tournament

250
00:14:55,835 --> 00:14:58,365
has been the surprising
return of Cal's Quinn Mallory.

251
00:14:58,400 --> 00:15:01,900
Yeah, well, keep reading. These
guys are talking about you.

252
00:15:01,935 --> 00:15:03,865
...Cal a two-point
favorite.

253
00:15:03,900 --> 00:15:06,300
And that's from being
an early seven-point underdog

254
00:15:06,335 --> 00:15:08,665
to Harvard
in the Mindgame tournament.

255
00:15:08,700 --> 00:15:11,500
Usually, one player wouldn't
cause such a dramatic shift

256
00:15:11,535 --> 00:15:13,565
in the early line
in a game.

257
00:15:13,600 --> 00:15:15,965
But this is Quinn Mallory
we're talking about, Ron.

258
00:15:16,000 --> 00:15:20,000
Unbelievable. Everybody
expects me to be Wayne Gretzky,

259
00:15:20,200 --> 00:15:23,200
except I don't
know how to skate.

260
00:15:23,235 --> 00:15:26,200
Well, you better
think of something.

261
00:15:26,400 --> 00:15:30,400
I have.
I'm taking a powder.

262
00:15:31,500 --> 00:15:34,100
They're gonna have
to play Harvard without me.

263
00:15:34,135 --> 00:15:36,265
Wait a minute.
We agreed.

264
00:15:36,300 --> 00:15:39,400
You have to infiltrate your double's
life until we can find the sliding system.

265
00:15:39,435 --> 00:15:41,517
That's easy for you to say...
you're not gonna be

266
00:15:41,552 --> 00:15:43,600
the one making a fool
of yourself on television.

267
00:15:43,635 --> 00:15:45,565
It's too late. They
all think you're here.

268
00:15:45,600 --> 00:15:48,000
If you don't show up,
they'll come looking for you.

269
00:15:48,035 --> 00:15:50,100
We have to find
the sliding system, Quinn.

270
00:15:50,135 --> 00:15:53,265
It's our only hope.

271
00:15:53,300 --> 00:15:57,100
...a veteran of many tournaments...
with Mallory's return,

272
00:15:57,135 --> 00:15:59,500
he could be looking at his
first ever national title.

273
00:15:59,535 --> 00:16:03,165
Professor,
there you are.

274
00:16:03,200 --> 00:16:04,765
Did you find what you were
looking for in the lab?

275
00:16:04,800 --> 00:16:08,800
There you are. Where are my
files on cosmic wormholes...

276
00:16:09,500 --> 00:16:13,400
the Einstein-Podolsky-
Rosen Bridge,

277
00:16:13,600 --> 00:16:17,300
and the...
sliding machine?

278
00:16:17,335 --> 00:16:19,465
Sliding machine?

279
00:16:19,500 --> 00:16:23,100
You never gave me those. You
keep them on your home computer.

280
00:16:23,135 --> 00:16:26,200
- Ah, yes, of course.
- You have a couple of messages.

281
00:16:26,235 --> 00:16:28,867
Your agent says,
"Welcome back. "

282
00:16:28,902 --> 00:16:31,465
He's hired a public
relations liaison

283
00:16:31,500 --> 00:16:34,550
to fend off the calls
and media inquiries.

284
00:16:34,585 --> 00:16:37,600
And there's a young woman
in your office.

285
00:16:38,100 --> 00:16:42,100
She says you know
what it's about.

286
00:16:51,500 --> 00:16:54,700
You've been
a naughty boy, Arturo.

287
00:16:54,735 --> 00:16:57,365
I have?

288
00:16:57,400 --> 00:17:01,400
Oh yes... you've been
playing hard to get.

289
00:17:02,300 --> 00:17:05,700
- Not any longer, I assure you.
- You can say that again.

290
00:17:05,735 --> 00:17:08,700
I'm a process server.
You're being sued for divorce.

291
00:17:08,735 --> 00:17:11,400
You play, you pay.

292
00:17:11,435 --> 00:17:15,400
Ciao.

293
00:17:19,400 --> 00:17:23,365
Announcer: It's the National
Semifinals of "Mindgame. "

294
00:17:23,400 --> 00:17:26,700
Today's showdown between the Eggheads
of the University of California

295
00:17:26,735 --> 00:17:30,317
and the Crimson of Harvard
is brought to you by Weeties...

296
00:17:30,352 --> 00:17:33,900
"The breakfast of geniuses,"
and Nikke... "Just think it. "

297
00:17:33,935 --> 00:17:36,400
And now, from the "Mindfield"
at Berkeley,

298
00:17:36,435 --> 00:17:39,267
here are Ron Pitts
and Tom Jackson.

299
00:17:39,302 --> 00:17:41,701
A big test today,
for Cal, Tom.

300
00:17:41,736 --> 00:17:44,065
The first game
since the return

301
00:17:44,100 --> 00:17:45,965
of everybody's All-American,
Quinn Mallory.

302
00:17:46,000 --> 00:17:48,565
But I don't think Mallory
will have much of an impact.

303
00:17:48,600 --> 00:17:52,200
Harvard knows that he likes to go
for those vital outside squares.

304
00:17:52,235 --> 00:17:54,165
Jackson:
Harvard tags really well.

305
00:17:54,200 --> 00:17:56,700
If he's lost a bit of what
he had due to the layoff,

306
00:17:56,735 --> 00:17:58,665
they won't let him
get to the outside.

307
00:17:58,700 --> 00:18:02,000
Pitts: In a few seconds we'll
see the strategy against him.

308
00:18:02,035 --> 00:18:03,700
Remember, the winner
of this game goes on

309
00:18:03,735 --> 00:18:05,665
to meet MIT
in the finals.

310
00:18:05,700 --> 00:18:07,765
- (timer buzzes)
- Player: Let's go!

311
00:18:07,800 --> 00:18:10,800
Now at center court, the
captains are out for the toss.

312
00:18:10,835 --> 00:18:13,065
Player:
Watch your left side.

313
00:18:13,100 --> 00:18:16,200
Referee: Captains, this is
for the opening possession.

314
00:18:16,235 --> 00:18:19,300
100 scientists surveyed,
top three answers on the board.

315
00:18:19,335 --> 00:18:22,700
Here we go.
Name a feature of relativity.

316
00:18:22,735 --> 00:18:24,700
- (timer pings)
- No absolute time.

317
00:18:24,735 --> 00:18:26,965
Answer, please.

318
00:18:27,000 --> 00:18:30,000
- All right, Quinn!
- Yes, possession!

319
00:18:30,035 --> 00:18:31,700
Way to go!
Way to go!

320
00:18:31,735 --> 00:18:34,165
(rousing chatter)

321
00:18:34,200 --> 00:18:36,900
- (whistle blows)
- Player: Stick around there.

322
00:18:36,935 --> 00:18:38,965
- Watch him.
- And the question:

323
00:18:39,000 --> 00:18:42,300
What is the Linnaean system
of classification

324
00:18:42,335 --> 00:18:44,265
for flora and fauna?

325
00:18:44,300 --> 00:18:46,465
- (whistle blows)
- You got it! Cover him!

326
00:18:46,500 --> 00:18:48,365
Pitts: Defense is always
tough on the first play.

327
00:18:48,400 --> 00:18:51,450
You never know what square the
offense is trying to capture.

328
00:18:51,485 --> 00:18:54,500
Pitts: A surprise... Harvard
quick on the offense this time.

329
00:18:54,535 --> 00:18:56,865
Nice spin move
by Harvard.

330
00:18:56,900 --> 00:18:59,265
Did you see that?
They juked right by Mallory.

331
00:18:59,300 --> 00:19:02,600
Where's his court sense? Quinn
took his own man out of the play.

332
00:19:02,635 --> 00:19:04,865
Pitts: He never even
got near the tag, Tom.

333
00:19:04,900 --> 00:19:07,600
On the replay, you can see
Quinn is way outside his zone

334
00:19:07,635 --> 00:19:09,565
with tons of ground
to make up.

335
00:19:09,600 --> 00:19:11,565
Jackson: If he's gonna
let Harvard run all over

336
00:19:11,600 --> 00:19:15,400
without forcing a pass, Cal may as well
pack up their briefcases and go home.

337
00:19:15,435 --> 00:19:17,465
You're right, but you've
got to give him credit.

338
00:19:17,500 --> 00:19:19,900
He definitely looks like the
Ivy League "Player of the Year. "

339
00:19:19,935 --> 00:19:22,317
What happened?
How do I know?

340
00:19:22,352 --> 00:19:24,700
What do you think,
Professor?

341
00:19:24,735 --> 00:19:27,965
- Hmm?
- Professor?

342
00:19:28,000 --> 00:19:31,200
Let him be, girl. He's
going through a divorce.

343
00:19:31,235 --> 00:19:34,065
It's not a joke,
I'm afraid, Mr. Brown.

344
00:19:34,100 --> 00:19:36,665
- I know the woman concerned.
- Wade: What?

345
00:19:36,700 --> 00:19:39,800
The Arturo of this world
is being sued for divorce

346
00:19:39,835 --> 00:19:42,565
by a Christina Fox...
I imagine

347
00:19:42,600 --> 00:19:45,500
she's the same Christina Fox
that I knew in graduate school.

348
00:19:45,535 --> 00:19:48,865
May I see?

349
00:19:48,900 --> 00:19:52,900
- Wade: Were you in love with her?
- She was my late wife.

350
00:19:53,500 --> 00:19:56,000
We were only married
for a few years.

351
00:19:56,035 --> 00:19:57,965
What happened?

352
00:19:58,000 --> 00:20:02,000
She died of a brain aneurysm
at the age of 27.

353
00:20:02,035 --> 00:20:05,965
She was the one
great love of my life.

354
00:20:06,000 --> 00:20:10,000
Pitts: Mallory is tagged
out. He never saw it coming.

355
00:20:10,300 --> 00:20:13,200
(patrons grumbling)

356
00:20:13,235 --> 00:20:17,200
(horn blows)

357
00:20:22,000 --> 00:20:26,000
(horn blows)

358
00:20:27,100 --> 00:20:31,100
(horn blows)

359
00:20:42,400 --> 00:20:46,200
- (whistle blows)
- (timer pings)

360
00:20:46,235 --> 00:20:50,200
(horn blows)

361
00:20:50,900 --> 00:20:54,900
(horn blows)

362
00:21:05,400 --> 00:21:09,400
- (whistle blows)
- (horn blows)

363
00:21:16,600 --> 00:21:20,600
- (whistle blows)
- (horn blows)

364
00:21:22,200 --> 00:21:24,165
- Time out. Time out.
- (horn blows)

365
00:21:24,200 --> 00:21:26,700
Pitts: Tom, a great play but
it probably came too late,

366
00:21:26,735 --> 00:21:29,800
as Coach Almquist
is calling his last time out.

367
00:21:29,835 --> 00:21:31,765
Coach:
Come on, guys.

368
00:21:31,800 --> 00:21:34,100
There is still
plenty of time left.

369
00:21:34,135 --> 00:21:36,365
Try and draw the foul
if you can.

370
00:21:36,400 --> 00:21:38,800
Coach, I'm fresh.
Let me get out there.

371
00:21:38,835 --> 00:21:40,865
Sit down,
Wilson.

372
00:21:40,900 --> 00:21:44,800
I need square 31.
I'm counting on you, kid.

373
00:21:45,200 --> 00:21:47,165
Go get 'em.

374
00:21:47,200 --> 00:21:49,900
Pitts: Harvard, all game long,
they've been sure, steady,

375
00:21:49,935 --> 00:21:51,765
21 seconds
left on the clock,

376
00:21:51,800 --> 00:21:54,700
I gotta believe they think
they have this game in hand.

377
00:21:54,735 --> 00:21:56,765
Well, Cal's only hope
is to get square 31,

378
00:21:56,800 --> 00:21:59,200
so you're gonna see Harvard
go into a "prevent" defense.

379
00:21:59,235 --> 00:22:00,965
And don't forget
Quinn Mallory.

380
00:22:01,000 --> 00:22:03,500
This guy has really been a
disappointment all game long...

381
00:22:03,535 --> 00:22:05,465
I don't get it.

382
00:22:05,500 --> 00:22:08,900
How can Cal win when
they're behind by 20 points,

383
00:22:08,935 --> 00:22:10,965
and 32 seconds
left to play?

384
00:22:11,000 --> 00:22:14,700
California has squares
six, seven, and 36.

385
00:22:14,735 --> 00:22:16,665
If they can
win square 31

386
00:22:16,700 --> 00:22:18,500
they'd outflank Harvard
in three directions...

387
00:22:18,535 --> 00:22:21,517
pick up an additional
11 squares...

388
00:22:21,552 --> 00:22:23,976
a 22-point swing,
just enough to win.

389
00:22:24,011 --> 00:22:26,365
They're never gonna
get in there.

390
00:22:26,400 --> 00:22:28,365
Harvard's gonna be
all over square 31.

391
00:22:28,400 --> 00:22:32,100
But it ain't over until the
fat lady closes the book.

392
00:22:32,135 --> 00:22:34,065
From softest to hardest,

393
00:22:34,100 --> 00:22:37,200
what is the MOH's scale
of mineral hardness?

394
00:22:37,235 --> 00:22:40,017
(whistle blows)

395
00:22:40,052 --> 00:22:42,765
Talc, gypsum...

396
00:22:42,800 --> 00:22:45,065
Calcite,
fluorite...

397
00:22:45,100 --> 00:22:47,000
Apatite, orthoclase,
quartz...

398
00:22:47,035 --> 00:22:49,165
Topaz,
corundum...

399
00:22:49,200 --> 00:22:52,800
Pitts: They've completed the
answer to capture square 31.

400
00:22:52,835 --> 00:22:56,400
Mallory with the ball... and
he makes it! Unbelievable, Tom.

401
00:22:56,435 --> 00:22:59,600
This is a miracle. We
have just seen a miracle.

402
00:22:59,635 --> 00:23:01,965
Cal gets the win.
It's a miracle.

403
00:23:02,000 --> 00:23:04,800
Last time I looked at that
board it was red all over.

404
00:23:04,835 --> 00:23:07,365
Square 31... Mallory's
there. What happened?

405
00:23:07,400 --> 00:23:10,200
Jackson: It was Mallory
carrying his team on his back,

406
00:23:10,235 --> 00:23:13,000
at the end of this game.
Playing like the Mallory of old.

407
00:23:13,035 --> 00:23:15,065
Pitts:
They needed square 31.

408
00:23:15,100 --> 00:23:17,300
They give it
to their man, Mallory...

409
00:23:17,335 --> 00:23:19,265
He did it!

410
00:23:19,300 --> 00:23:21,265
How much did
he win by?

411
00:23:21,300 --> 00:23:23,165
I don't know. What
difference does it make?

412
00:23:23,200 --> 00:23:26,850
A big difference. I got
Harvard plus the points.

413
00:23:26,885 --> 00:23:30,500
You bet on a game
that you don't understand?

414
00:23:30,535 --> 00:23:33,617
You're an idiot.

415
00:23:33,652 --> 00:23:36,700
Professor, he...

416
00:23:37,300 --> 00:23:39,565
Where did he go?

417
00:23:39,600 --> 00:23:43,600
Let him go. He'll come
home when he's ready.

418
00:23:44,700 --> 00:23:48,000
- Jackson: He showed up at the right time.
- Pitts: He sure did.

419
00:23:48,035 --> 00:23:50,217
Wade: You were so incredible.

420
00:23:50,252 --> 00:23:52,365
How'd you
figure it out?

421
00:23:52,400 --> 00:23:55,665
It's not like
I had a choice.

422
00:23:55,700 --> 00:23:57,700
- What's his problem?
- He bet against you.

423
00:23:57,735 --> 00:23:59,465
Are you kidding?
Is that true?

424
00:23:59,500 --> 00:24:02,000
You said you were clueless.
How was I supposed to know

425
00:24:02,035 --> 00:24:03,767
you would pull it off
in the clutch?

426
00:24:03,802 --> 00:24:05,551
- How much did we lose?
- Oh-hh...

427
00:24:05,586 --> 00:24:07,300
Rembrandt,
how much did we lose?

428
00:24:07,335 --> 00:24:09,665
- Rembrandt?
- All of it.

429
00:24:09,700 --> 00:24:12,850
- All of it?
- Look at it this way...

430
00:24:12,885 --> 00:24:16,000
things can't get
any worse, right?

431
00:24:16,100 --> 00:24:18,700
Thug: Belated welcome home, Mr. Mallory.

432
00:24:18,735 --> 00:24:21,300
- Wade: Who are you?
- Friends of friends.

433
00:24:21,335 --> 00:24:24,065
Quinn:
Wilson?

434
00:24:24,100 --> 00:24:26,565
I'm confused,
Quinn.

435
00:24:26,600 --> 00:24:29,065
Mr. Wilson has brought
to my attention

436
00:24:29,100 --> 00:24:31,265
that you've chosen not
to honor your commitments.

437
00:24:31,300 --> 00:24:34,900
Your little superstar here
skips out on a million bucks

438
00:24:34,935 --> 00:24:38,900
in gambling debts
and I am not a happy man.

439
00:24:40,100 --> 00:24:42,300
"Desperanti
desparanda faciunt. "

440
00:24:42,335 --> 00:24:44,265
Say what?

441
00:24:44,300 --> 00:24:47,900
"Desperate men
do desperate deeds. "

442
00:24:47,935 --> 00:24:50,065
Hold it!

443
00:24:50,100 --> 00:24:52,965
(groans)
A million bucks?

444
00:24:53,000 --> 00:24:57,000
What is your problem?
Cognitive dissonance?

445
00:25:01,800 --> 00:25:05,700
Fortunately,
I'm an enlightened man.

446
00:25:05,735 --> 00:25:08,667
I'm giving you
one more chance.

447
00:25:08,702 --> 00:25:11,451
I want MIT
to win the finals.

448
00:25:11,486 --> 00:25:14,165
You vouchsafe
that outcome,

449
00:25:14,200 --> 00:25:17,765
and I'll absolve the
million bucks you owe me.

450
00:25:17,800 --> 00:25:21,200
If he throws the championship
tomorrow, you'll erase his debt?

451
00:25:21,235 --> 00:25:23,100
It's either that
or he doesn't play.

452
00:25:23,135 --> 00:25:26,865
What if I say no?

453
00:25:26,900 --> 00:25:30,900
I will be very
disappointed.

454
00:25:32,900 --> 00:25:35,150
(groans)

455
00:25:35,185 --> 00:25:37,365
And then...

456
00:25:37,400 --> 00:25:39,900
you, my fine
young superstar,

457
00:25:39,935 --> 00:25:42,565
will be mors maxime.

458
00:25:42,600 --> 00:25:45,800
- "Mors maxime"?
- Mors... mortis...

459
00:25:45,835 --> 00:25:48,065
dead!

460
00:25:48,100 --> 00:25:51,165
As in very.

461
00:25:51,200 --> 00:25:55,200
- Let's go.
- (door opens)

462
00:26:22,100 --> 00:26:26,100
- Wait here.
- Driver: Sure.

463
00:26:27,700 --> 00:26:29,965
Christina...

464
00:26:30,000 --> 00:26:32,665
What are you
doing here?

465
00:26:32,700 --> 00:26:36,700
I'm not sure.
I just wanted to see you.

466
00:26:37,600 --> 00:26:41,600
Okay,
you've seen me.

467
00:26:42,300 --> 00:26:45,265
- Wait!
- No, damn it, Maximillian.

468
00:26:45,300 --> 00:26:49,200
My divorce lawyer says I shouldn't
have any contact with you.

469
00:26:50,300 --> 00:26:52,665
This is so strange.

470
00:26:52,700 --> 00:26:54,865
Are you all right?
You look terrible.

471
00:26:54,900 --> 00:26:58,900
And you look every bit
as beautiful as the day we met.

472
00:26:59,300 --> 00:27:02,465
Oh, I have so much
to explain to you.

473
00:27:02,500 --> 00:27:06,500
How do I get through
this barrier of hostility?

474
00:27:06,900 --> 00:27:09,565
Christina,
I need your help.

475
00:27:09,600 --> 00:27:13,600
Oh, here we go again.
A master manipulator.

476
00:27:13,800 --> 00:27:17,065
"Me, me, me. "
What happened, Max?

477
00:27:17,100 --> 00:27:20,100
One of your starry-eyed co-eds
move on to someone smarter?

478
00:27:20,135 --> 00:27:23,100
- No!
- Then what? You must have some ulterior motive.

479
00:27:23,135 --> 00:27:26,000
But I've never...

480
00:27:26,035 --> 00:27:30,000
Oh...

481
00:27:30,200 --> 00:27:32,800
Clearly I have
done you great wrong.

482
00:27:32,835 --> 00:27:34,765
(laughs)

483
00:27:34,800 --> 00:27:37,500
Oh, that's...
that's very good, Max.

484
00:27:37,535 --> 00:27:40,065
Very contrite.

485
00:27:40,100 --> 00:27:44,100
This "little boy lost"
routine? It's old.

486
00:27:44,500 --> 00:27:46,365
It's tired.

487
00:27:46,400 --> 00:27:49,500
And most of all,
my dear,

488
00:27:49,535 --> 00:27:52,600
I don't believe it
anymore.

489
00:28:04,800 --> 00:28:07,300
You went to see her?

490
00:28:07,335 --> 00:28:09,217
Are you crazy?

491
00:28:09,252 --> 00:28:11,065
I had no choice.

492
00:28:11,100 --> 00:28:13,465
Oh, I told myself
I was just going along

493
00:28:13,500 --> 00:28:16,500
to glean information
about the sliding machine,

494
00:28:16,535 --> 00:28:19,965
but... ah, the moment
I saw her.

495
00:28:20,000 --> 00:28:23,100
Professor, I don't mean
to sound callous...

496
00:28:23,135 --> 00:28:26,200
I understand how this
must really hurt you...

497
00:28:26,235 --> 00:28:29,200
but this woman
is not your wife.

498
00:28:29,235 --> 00:28:33,200
She is my Christina,
alive.

499
00:28:36,500 --> 00:28:38,965
Absurd as it may seem,

500
00:28:39,000 --> 00:28:41,900
I feel I might have
a second chance with her.

501
00:28:41,935 --> 00:28:44,365
You're thinking
of staying?

502
00:28:44,400 --> 00:28:46,800
She probably wouldn't have
anything to do with me.

503
00:28:46,835 --> 00:28:48,865
I mean, how do I
explain to her

504
00:28:48,900 --> 00:28:52,900
that I am not her Arturo,
but I am Arturo nonetheless?

505
00:28:52,935 --> 00:28:56,800
Boy, talk about never
really knowing a person.

506
00:28:57,000 --> 00:29:00,965
- I beg your pardon?
- Not you... me.

507
00:29:01,000 --> 00:29:05,000
I had no idea that you
were such a romantic.

508
00:29:05,200 --> 00:29:09,200
And I had no idea that I
would have the opportunity.

509
00:29:11,000 --> 00:29:13,850
- Where are you going?
- I don't know... the woods or something.

510
00:29:13,885 --> 00:29:16,700
I'm not waiting around for
those leg breakers to come back.

511
00:29:16,735 --> 00:29:19,400
What about
the sliding system?

512
00:29:19,435 --> 00:29:21,365
What sliding system?

513
00:29:21,400 --> 00:29:23,565
We've been to every
laboratory on campus.

514
00:29:23,600 --> 00:29:26,600
Nobody knows anything.
Nobody's seen anything.

515
00:29:26,635 --> 00:29:28,565
Got to be some
serious hush-hush.

516
00:29:28,600 --> 00:29:31,250
On the contrary. Our
doubles are such scoundrels

517
00:29:31,285 --> 00:29:34,592
- the whole thing could be a hoax.
- A hoax?

518
00:29:34,627 --> 00:29:37,900
But if they didn't slide,
then where'd they go?

519
00:29:38,100 --> 00:29:41,165
You want my opinion? I
think my double is in Europe

520
00:29:41,200 --> 00:29:44,300
with his mistress, having first
cleaned out the joint bank account.

521
00:29:44,335 --> 00:29:47,117
And we know that
Mr. Mallory's double

522
00:29:47,152 --> 00:29:49,900
has a good reason
for disappearing.

523
00:29:49,935 --> 00:29:51,565
Incredible.

524
00:29:51,600 --> 00:29:54,500
We're supposed to be in some
elevated super-intellectual society.

525
00:29:54,535 --> 00:29:57,600
Everything's just as twisted
as it is back home.

526
00:29:57,635 --> 00:29:59,565
Worse.

527
00:29:59,600 --> 00:30:02,600
Intellectual refinement's
one thing,

528
00:30:02,635 --> 00:30:05,565
Moral refinement's
something different.

529
00:30:05,600 --> 00:30:09,600
Man, I knew getting involved
on this world was a bad idea.

530
00:30:09,635 --> 00:30:11,867
Oh, sure...
Mr. "20/20 hindsight. "

531
00:30:11,902 --> 00:30:14,065
Look, don't start
on me now, girl.

532
00:30:14,100 --> 00:30:16,100
You guys can argue
about it all you want.

533
00:30:16,135 --> 00:30:19,000
Quinn, wait.
Quinn, wait.

534
00:30:19,035 --> 00:30:23,000
(knocking)

535
00:30:25,000 --> 00:30:29,000
Hi, is Quinn
Mallory here?

536
00:30:29,100 --> 00:30:31,265
What do you want,
Boyer?

537
00:30:31,300 --> 00:30:33,700
What's your story, Mallory?
You missed practice.

538
00:30:33,735 --> 00:30:35,865
Yeah, well,
something came up.

539
00:30:35,900 --> 00:30:38,700
Coach is going nuclear.
He sent me to bring you back.

540
00:30:38,735 --> 00:30:42,600
Look, tell Coach
I'm off the team.

541
00:30:42,635 --> 00:30:45,165
Same old Mallory...

542
00:30:45,200 --> 00:30:47,300
Mr. "I Don't Care
About Anybody Else. "

543
00:30:47,335 --> 00:30:49,365
After everything
Coach did for you?

544
00:30:49,400 --> 00:30:52,200
The stunt you pulled, now you're
gonna cost him the championship?

545
00:30:52,235 --> 00:30:54,565
I'm not going to be your
messenger boy, "superstar. "

546
00:30:54,600 --> 00:30:58,600
If you want to break his heart,
you're going to have to do it yourself.

547
00:31:07,100 --> 00:31:09,065
Quinn:
Coach!

548
00:31:09,100 --> 00:31:11,065
Why weren't you
at the practice?

549
00:31:11,100 --> 00:31:13,100
I'm not gonna play
in the championship.

550
00:31:13,135 --> 00:31:15,065
I don't know
what else to say.

551
00:31:15,100 --> 00:31:17,265
Nobody's had it any
easier than you, Mallory.

552
00:31:17,300 --> 00:31:20,500
All the times that I coddled
you and covered for you...

553
00:31:20,535 --> 00:31:22,865
days when you came in
drunk and worse...

554
00:31:22,900 --> 00:31:26,900
you disappear for a month on
"personal business. " Did I rag on you?

555
00:31:27,500 --> 00:31:31,000
I wouldn't be
much help out there.

556
00:31:31,035 --> 00:31:32,765
I haven't been
myself lately.

557
00:31:32,800 --> 00:31:35,965
Well, you had a bad game.
It happens.

558
00:31:36,000 --> 00:31:39,065
But you made up for it
in the final seconds.

559
00:31:39,100 --> 00:31:41,800
Why do you make it so hard for
yourself and everybody else?

560
00:31:41,835 --> 00:31:45,600
All the great ones
were worth the headaches...

561
00:31:45,635 --> 00:31:49,565
Hawking, Sagan...
they were players.

562
00:31:49,600 --> 00:31:53,600
You have a chance to make a place
for yourself in that pantheon.

563
00:31:53,635 --> 00:31:56,100
What do I need to do
to get through to you?

564
00:31:56,135 --> 00:31:57,965
It's not your fault.

565
00:31:58,000 --> 00:32:01,200
Athletes today, all
you see is dollar signs,

566
00:32:01,235 --> 00:32:03,565
endorsements,
TV contracts.

567
00:32:03,600 --> 00:32:06,465
Nobody cares
about the game anymore.

568
00:32:06,500 --> 00:32:10,500
I had a chance to win the
championship and go out on the top.

569
00:32:11,100 --> 00:32:14,200
What do you want
me to say?

570
00:32:14,235 --> 00:32:17,200
I'm a jerk.

571
00:32:17,235 --> 00:32:20,365
Go.

572
00:32:20,400 --> 00:32:23,750
Get out
of my sight.

573
00:32:23,785 --> 00:32:27,100
I'm sorry,
Coach.

574
00:32:27,135 --> 00:32:31,100
I really am.

575
00:32:35,400 --> 00:32:37,900
Quinn Mallory,
a word with you?

576
00:32:37,935 --> 00:32:39,565
Who are you?

577
00:32:39,600 --> 00:32:42,100
Special Agent O'Brian.
My partner, Bob Cannon.

578
00:32:42,135 --> 00:32:44,765
FBI.

579
00:32:44,800 --> 00:32:48,000
If you guys are going to arrest me,
let's just get it over with, okay?

580
00:32:48,035 --> 00:32:49,965
You'd be doing me
a favor.

581
00:32:50,000 --> 00:32:53,700
We're FBI, we're not in
the favor-doing business.

582
00:32:53,735 --> 00:32:54,865
"Everybody's
All-America. "

583
00:32:54,900 --> 00:32:58,900
All of those kids worship the
ground you walk on. You make me sick.

584
00:32:59,300 --> 00:33:01,500
I'll say it again,
I'm not who you think I am.

585
00:33:01,535 --> 00:33:03,465
(laughing)

586
00:33:03,500 --> 00:33:06,700
Who do you think you're
toying with, bright boy?

587
00:33:06,735 --> 00:33:09,900
Wait a minute. What
do you guys have on me?

588
00:33:09,935 --> 00:33:12,065
We know the whole
story, son.

589
00:33:12,100 --> 00:33:16,100
Tax evasion, gambling
debts, point shaving.

590
00:33:16,800 --> 00:33:18,500
All right, look.
You want to be heros?

591
00:33:18,535 --> 00:33:20,965
Get your pictures
in the paper?

592
00:33:21,000 --> 00:33:22,700
What if I told you
I was just a tiny fish

593
00:33:22,735 --> 00:33:26,300
in a big stinking
cesspool?

594
00:33:26,335 --> 00:33:29,367
You give me a little,

595
00:33:29,402 --> 00:33:32,400
I'll make your careers.

596
00:33:38,700 --> 00:33:41,065
How good of you
to come.

597
00:33:41,100 --> 00:33:43,800
My lawyer would kill me
if she knew I was doing this.

598
00:33:43,835 --> 00:33:47,665
She need
never know.

599
00:33:47,700 --> 00:33:50,065
- Just coffee, please.
- Make that two.

600
00:33:50,100 --> 00:33:53,200
Oh really? Not your customary
vodka and orange juice?

601
00:33:53,235 --> 00:33:57,100
I'm trying
to cut down.

602
00:33:58,900 --> 00:34:00,900
You said you had
something to tell me.

603
00:34:00,935 --> 00:34:04,900
Yes, I do.
And where to begin?

604
00:34:11,300 --> 00:34:14,200
Christina, I am not
the man that you think I am.

605
00:34:14,235 --> 00:34:15,865
(sighs)

606
00:34:15,900 --> 00:34:18,400
For that individual
who's hurt you so much,

607
00:34:18,435 --> 00:34:21,400
I am sorely
embarrassed

608
00:34:21,435 --> 00:34:23,565
and deeply ashamed.

609
00:34:23,600 --> 00:34:26,200
What are you trying
to say, Max?

610
00:34:26,235 --> 00:34:28,565
You were...

611
00:34:28,600 --> 00:34:32,600
you are the most important
thing in the world to me.

612
00:34:32,635 --> 00:34:36,100
Your happiness means
absolutely everything.

613
00:34:36,135 --> 00:34:38,365
And if there is
any way...

614
00:34:38,400 --> 00:34:41,765
that we can forget
what's happened

615
00:34:41,800 --> 00:34:45,800
and find our way back
to the joy that we knew...

616
00:34:47,600 --> 00:34:51,600
- Oh, Max, I...
- I want you to delay this divorce.

617
00:34:51,635 --> 00:34:55,600
This is the last thing
I expected to hear.

618
00:34:58,900 --> 00:35:00,365
Look...

619
00:35:00,400 --> 00:35:03,065
I have to go away
for a while.

620
00:35:03,100 --> 00:35:05,200
There are one or two
things I have to sort out.

621
00:35:05,235 --> 00:35:09,200
- Your work again?
- No, no, no, please.

622
00:35:09,600 --> 00:35:12,400
I do have some
problems to solve,

623
00:35:12,435 --> 00:35:15,200
but they're not
physics problems.

624
00:35:15,235 --> 00:35:17,765
Oh, Christina...

625
00:35:17,800 --> 00:35:21,200
if you have any feeling
left for me, I beg you,

626
00:35:21,235 --> 00:35:25,200
give me
one more chance.

627
00:35:28,300 --> 00:35:30,900
All right, boys.
This is for the championship.

628
00:35:30,935 --> 00:35:33,465
It's all on the line.
Everything you worked for.

629
00:35:33,500 --> 00:35:37,500
MIT is fast and smart. We can't
afford to fall behind too early.

630
00:35:38,200 --> 00:35:42,200
All:
U... Cal!

631
00:35:42,900 --> 00:35:46,865
- I appreciate it, kid.
- No problem.

632
00:35:46,900 --> 00:35:50,700
Announcer: By satellite, to
123 countries around the globe,

633
00:35:50,735 --> 00:35:54,700
it's the 27th National
Finals of "Mindgame. "

634
00:35:54,800 --> 00:35:57,350
Today's championship
contest is between

635
00:35:57,385 --> 00:35:59,900
The University of California
Eggheads,

636
00:35:59,935 --> 00:36:01,765
and the Beavers
of MIT.

637
00:36:01,800 --> 00:36:04,400
And now, here are
Ron Pitts,

638
00:36:04,435 --> 00:36:06,965
and Tom Jackson!

639
00:36:07,000 --> 00:36:09,700
This is what it's all about.
The noise, the adrenaline.

640
00:36:09,735 --> 00:36:11,700
I've been there myself,
and I can tell you

641
00:36:11,735 --> 00:36:13,265
it's hard right now
to stay calm.

642
00:36:13,300 --> 00:36:15,900
Pitts: We're seconds
away from the toss-up

643
00:36:15,935 --> 00:36:18,465
to start the NCAA
Mindgame Championship.

644
00:36:18,500 --> 00:36:21,500
Referee: Captains, this is
for the opening possession.

645
00:36:21,535 --> 00:36:23,465
100 scientists surveyed,

646
00:36:23,500 --> 00:36:25,465
top three answers
on the board.

647
00:36:25,500 --> 00:36:29,500
Name a common characteristic
of string theory.

648
00:36:29,700 --> 00:36:33,365
- Multiple dimensions.
- Answer, please.

649
00:36:33,400 --> 00:36:37,100
Mallory hits the "Multiple
Dimensions" with authority.

650
00:36:37,135 --> 00:36:38,765
Yeah, but it was only
a second answer.

651
00:36:38,800 --> 00:36:41,565
- Referee: MIT can try.
- Infinite density.

652
00:36:41,600 --> 00:36:45,600
- Referee: Answer, please.
- That was a good answer!

653
00:36:45,800 --> 00:36:49,000
Pitts: Mallory looks like he
really didn't buy that top answer.

654
00:36:49,035 --> 00:36:51,300
Jackson: It doesn't matter
as long as he's up on defense.

655
00:36:51,335 --> 00:36:53,367
I did like the way
he came out firing.

656
00:36:53,402 --> 00:36:55,365
He looks like
the Quinn Mallory of old.

657
00:36:55,400 --> 00:36:59,400
Referee: In the human head,
what are the 12 cranial nerves?

658
00:37:03,800 --> 00:37:07,800
Olfactory, optic,
oculomotor.

659
00:37:08,400 --> 00:37:11,100
- (timer rings)
- Pitts: Quinn makes the tag, stopping MIT.

660
00:37:11,135 --> 00:37:13,565
(cheering)

661
00:37:13,600 --> 00:37:17,300
This looks like the Quinn
Mallory from before his layoff.

662
00:37:17,335 --> 00:37:21,300
Referee: Name the four
heaviest chemical elements.

663
00:37:22,900 --> 00:37:26,200
Fermium...
Mendelevium...

664
00:37:26,235 --> 00:37:27,865
Nobelium...

665
00:37:27,900 --> 00:37:30,065
- Lawrencium.
- (whistle blows)

666
00:37:30,100 --> 00:37:32,300
- Pitts: Great score by Mallory.
- Referee: Time out, red.

667
00:37:32,335 --> 00:37:36,300
Is he trying to win? I don't know.

668
00:37:36,700 --> 00:37:40,700
What about his deal with
Joey Fountain and the mob?

669
00:37:48,300 --> 00:37:50,765
(whistle blows)

670
00:37:50,800 --> 00:37:53,000
Like you, I'm a man
of science,

671
00:37:53,035 --> 00:37:55,165
and a slider.

672
00:37:55,200 --> 00:37:58,965
You inhabit a world
which esteems the intellect.

673
00:37:59,000 --> 00:38:02,900
I inhabit a world that all too
often appears to despise it.

674
00:38:02,935 --> 00:38:06,900
You have wealth,
success...

675
00:38:06,935 --> 00:38:09,165
fame...

676
00:38:09,200 --> 00:38:13,200
and a wife
that loves you.

677
00:38:14,000 --> 00:38:17,000
And yet,
despite all of this,

678
00:38:17,035 --> 00:38:21,000
you are a fool.

679
00:38:21,700 --> 00:38:25,500
There was a Christina
in my world, too.

680
00:38:25,535 --> 00:38:28,565
And when she died,
I discovered

681
00:38:28,600 --> 00:38:32,600
that I'd lost everything
that gave my life any meaning.

682
00:38:32,635 --> 00:38:36,000
If you lose your Christina,
I promise you,

683
00:38:36,035 --> 00:38:40,000
your life will lose
its meaning, too.

684
00:38:40,800 --> 00:38:43,850
Don't let that happen,

685
00:38:43,885 --> 00:38:46,642
my dear alter-ego.

686
00:38:46,677 --> 00:38:49,365
You are, after all,

687
00:38:49,400 --> 00:38:53,400
far too intelligent
for that.

688
00:38:58,600 --> 00:39:02,065
Oh... I saw
your light on.

689
00:39:02,100 --> 00:39:04,900
Why aren't you
at the big game?

690
00:39:04,935 --> 00:39:07,665
I have to leave
town again, Lydia.

691
00:39:07,700 --> 00:39:10,900
- I want you to do me a favor.
- Of course.

692
00:39:10,935 --> 00:39:12,765
The instant I return,

693
00:39:12,800 --> 00:39:15,100
make sure that I see
this tape.

694
00:39:15,135 --> 00:39:17,265
Certainly.

695
00:39:17,300 --> 00:39:20,465
I'm running late.

696
00:39:20,500 --> 00:39:24,500
Goodbye. You have been
absolutely wonderful.

697
00:39:28,000 --> 00:39:31,900
I will not
forget you.

698
00:39:35,600 --> 00:39:37,765
Referee:
What is Pi to 13 places?

699
00:39:37,800 --> 00:39:41,200
Pitts: It's Mallory
with Cal's run yet again.

700
00:39:41,235 --> 00:39:43,165
Three-point-one-four...

701
00:39:43,200 --> 00:39:45,600
Pitts: He could go all
the way. There he goes.

702
00:39:45,635 --> 00:39:47,565
...one, five, nine,
two, six, five...

703
00:39:47,600 --> 00:39:50,900
Unbelievable. Mallory's
playing like a man possessed.

704
00:39:50,935 --> 00:39:54,100
Jackson: MIT can do
nothing to stop Quinn.

705
00:39:54,135 --> 00:39:57,565
...eight, nine...
seven.

706
00:39:57,600 --> 00:39:59,565
Pitts: What a move. Did you see that?

707
00:39:59,600 --> 00:40:02,400
He carried Pi out to
enough places, I think.

708
00:40:02,435 --> 00:40:05,765
Jackson: He sure did, in full speed.

709
00:40:05,800 --> 00:40:08,050
Pitts: That's frustration
right there, right?

710
00:40:08,085 --> 00:40:10,142
If you're MIT,
you've got to be wondering

711
00:40:10,177 --> 00:40:12,165
what is going on...
what just hit you.

712
00:40:12,200 --> 00:40:15,100
The best defense in the nation
is no match for Mallory

713
00:40:15,135 --> 00:40:17,200
on this particular evening.
He's a guy on fire.

714
00:40:17,235 --> 00:40:19,800
Quinn: Shake it off! Shake it off!

715
00:40:19,835 --> 00:40:22,465
- Shake it off.
- Foul.

716
00:40:22,500 --> 00:40:25,450
Personal violation.
Loss of square, red.

717
00:40:25,485 --> 00:40:28,400
- Time out!
- Referee: Time out, blue.

718
00:40:28,435 --> 00:40:32,400
(opponents jeering)

719
00:40:32,600 --> 00:40:34,565
How much time?

720
00:40:34,600 --> 00:40:37,200
- Almost finished.
- I mean, till we slide?

721
00:40:37,235 --> 00:40:39,800
I told the Professor
we'd meet him on the roof

722
00:40:39,835 --> 00:40:42,767
at a quarter
to 10:00.

723
00:40:42,802 --> 00:40:45,665
God bless you,
boys.

724
00:40:45,700 --> 00:40:48,300
You've played harder than I've
ever seen anyone play tonight.

725
00:40:48,335 --> 00:40:50,400
Quinn's unconscious
out there.

726
00:40:50,435 --> 00:40:52,365
You all right?

727
00:40:52,400 --> 00:40:55,165
I'm wiped, Coach.
I'm seeing spots.

728
00:40:55,200 --> 00:40:57,365
- Wilson: Coach, I'm ready.
- Get in there.

729
00:40:57,400 --> 00:41:00,900
Jackson: Mallory stays on the
bench and Wilson is in the game?

730
00:41:00,935 --> 00:41:03,500
Not a good idea, Coach.
The fix is in.

731
00:41:03,535 --> 00:41:05,917
- What?
- Trust me.

732
00:41:05,952 --> 00:41:08,226
Wilson,
get back here.

733
00:41:08,261 --> 00:41:10,465
Boyer,
in for Mallory.

734
00:41:10,500 --> 00:41:14,500
Pitts: It appears as though...
Boyer will come in for Wilson.

735
00:41:14,600 --> 00:41:17,900
I'm not so sure I understand
Cal's strategy here.

736
00:41:17,935 --> 00:41:21,900
Uh-oh.

737
00:41:22,000 --> 00:41:26,000
Let's go.

738
00:41:27,400 --> 00:41:30,000
- What's going on?
- I said trust me, all right?

739
00:41:30,035 --> 00:41:33,400
Keep Wilson
out of the game.

740
00:41:33,435 --> 00:41:35,900
Come on, for God's sake.

741
00:41:35,935 --> 00:41:39,900
(beeping)

742
00:41:42,800 --> 00:41:46,700
He's a dead man.

743
00:41:49,500 --> 00:41:51,365
Hey, you guys can't
go on the court!

744
00:41:51,400 --> 00:41:54,350
Pitts: What is this? Three
men have walked onto the court.

745
00:41:54,385 --> 00:41:57,342
- Move it! Out of the way!
- They're chasing Quinn Mallory.

746
00:41:57,377 --> 00:42:00,300
Tom... they've chased Quinn
Mallory right off the court.

747
00:42:00,335 --> 00:42:04,300
Referee:
Get off the court!

748
00:42:06,000 --> 00:42:10,000
Quinn, hurry!

749
00:42:12,600 --> 00:42:14,650
Go! Go!

750
00:42:14,685 --> 00:42:16,665
Whoa!

751
00:42:16,700 --> 00:42:20,000
- Get out of the way!
- Thug: Get him!

752
00:42:20,035 --> 00:42:24,000
Stop him!

753
00:42:24,300 --> 00:42:28,300
Grab him! Grab him!

754
00:42:28,600 --> 00:42:32,600
Hey! Hey!

755
00:42:42,300 --> 00:42:46,300
Hey! Hey! Hey!

756
00:42:55,900 --> 00:42:59,900
Move it!

757
00:43:00,500 --> 00:43:03,500
Come on,
hurry up!

758
00:43:03,535 --> 00:43:06,500
Over here.
30 seconds!

759
00:43:06,700 --> 00:43:10,700
- Hold it!
- (gunshot)

760
00:43:11,100 --> 00:43:14,065
(laughing)
This is sweet.

761
00:43:14,100 --> 00:43:16,800
This is gonna be worth
the million bucks.

762
00:43:16,835 --> 00:43:19,165
Drop the gun.
FBI.

763
00:43:19,200 --> 00:43:21,900
- Drop the guns.
- What is this? You set me up?

764
00:43:21,935 --> 00:43:25,900
- Professor...?
- Three, two, one.

765
00:43:29,100 --> 00:43:33,100
Fountain:
What's he doing?

766
00:43:33,200 --> 00:43:37,200
Slide for your lives!

767
00:43:37,700 --> 00:43:41,250
Geronimo!

768
00:43:41,285 --> 00:43:44,800
(screaming)

769
00:43:46,700 --> 00:43:50,700
"Vie carenis, ennundum. "

770
00:43:53,200 --> 00:43:57,100
- Where'd he go?
- They disappeared!

771
00:44:00,100 --> 00:44:03,300
"Vie carenis, ennundum"?
What is that?

772
00:44:03,335 --> 00:44:05,800
- Latin.
- What's that mean?

773
00:44:05,835 --> 00:44:09,800
"So long, suckers. "

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