Quotes: I Need a Freaking Drink
Another emotionally exhausting conversation. Too many FEELINGS AND PROBLEMS. That guy. Talk about a high maintenance moirail. Perhaps tonight you will reveal your true feelings toward him, and end these exaggerated emotional theatrics one way or another.
Wolverine: Listen, if we're going to get into my checkered history with the dames, I'm going to need a couple more beers and a cigar.
X-23: Cigars stink.
Wolverine: Fine, then, I won't light it. Might have to go on a supply run first, though, I think I'm out of beer.
X-23: Mr. Summers has hidden a six-pack of Sam Adams in the back of the biology lab refrigerator.
That's my girl.
NONE MAY KNOW THE BURDEN OF AWESOME RESPONSIBILITY, THE NECESSARY SECRECY WHICH ISOLATES ME FROM THOSE I AM SWORN TO PROTECT AND SERVE.
I HAVE SEEN UNIVERSES BEYOND IMAGINING, AND I HAVE SEEN CHILDREN FLEE FROM ME IN TERROR.
I HAVE BATTLED MONSTERS WHICH HAVE LAID WASTE TO GALAXIES, I HAVE RETURNED VICTORIOUS TO DEAFENING SILENCE AND UNSPEAKABLE ALIENATION AND DESPAIR.
OFTEN I LONG FOR A MOMENT OF EASE, FOR THE SOFT TOUCH, THE GENTLE SIGH OF AN ADORING LOVER.
BUT SUCH IS NOT FOR ME. I MUST BEAR THE CROSS OF MY SPECIAL NOBLE DESTINY.
ALONE. EVER ALONE.
You want a drink?
[smiles] You need a drink.
Good god, I need a stiff drink.
Yeah. That's impossible. In order for Lamont to be your son, that would mean that you and Elizabeth would have to— let's have another drink.
WELP time for some Emergency Bourbon.
In common parlance, I needed a drink.
Vorenus: I'm not going home. I need a drink.
Vorenus: DRINK! ME! WHAT OF IT?
Beckett: "Show me a hero, and Iíll write you a tragedy." F. Scott Fitzgerald said that.
Well folks, that concludes Stephen Colbert's I Need A Drink, which for the record did not work. Either this booze is broken or the news is just too damn sobering. We'll be right back.
When the cold winds rise, all men - no matter their faith or lack of it - huddle beside my night fires, and I pray the prayers and speak the spells, and beseech the Lord of Light
to bring back the dawn. So far, so good. But reprobate as I am, I can't help but wonder what will happen if... one day, Our Lord does not answer. Imagine a night that goes on forever
... so dark... and full of terrors
... I think I need another drink.