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Aired at 12:01 AM on Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009 (11/17/2009)      View all transcripts from this day


00:00:38[ Music ] [ music ] [ music ] >> all personnel, the next scheduled parole hearing for prisoner gilmour will take place at 07:50.
00:02:54Warden william smithers, report to level a, conference room.
00:03:04>> Lt. Lenina Huxley: Mellow greetings, warden william smithers.
00:03:07>> Be well, lieutenant lenina huxley.
00:03:10>> As it is a beautiful monday morning, and as my duty log irrationally requires it, I'm hereby querying you on the prison population update.
00:03:18Does the tedium continue?
00:03:20>> Your earnest questioning is as amusing as it is irrelevant.
00:03:23The prisoners arre ice cubes.
00:03:24They never move.
00:03:26>> I find this lack of stimulus to be truly disappointing, don't you think?
00:03:30>> I try not to, however, you're young, think all you want.
00:03:33Things don't happen anymore, we've taken care of all that.
00:03:36I'll fiber-op you back after the parole hearings.
00:03:39Have a peachy day, lieutenant.
00:03:40Be well.
00:03:42>> Be well.
00:03:42 vector 137 upcoming, santa monica boulevard.
00:03:51>> computer: RETINA CODING Accepted.
00:03:54Warden william smithers, be well.
00:03:56>> Go on.
00:04:05>> Self-drive on.
00:04:06>> Self-drive engaged.
00:04:07>> Huxley, lenina, coding on.
00:04:09>> No police presence is requested in the city at this time.
00:04:13Report to the station.
00:04:14>> Oh, boy, how exciting.
00:04:20[ Music ] >> Edgar Friendly: That's it.
00:04:52Food, glorious food.
00:04:54There'll be another one in about 12 hours.
00:04:57God, I'd love to hate this place.
00:04:59>> Carl: There's not enough of us, friendly.
00:05:01>> That doesn't really matter anymore, does it, carl?
00:05:03People are hungry.
00:05:04We've nothing left to lose.
00:05:19>> Greetings, erwin.
00:05:20>> Erwin: Lovely lenina.
00:05:22Greetings and salutations, welcome to the emergency line of the san angeles police department.
00:05:28If you prefer an automated response, press one now.
00:05:31>> Be well, lieutenant.
00:05:35>> Mellow greetings, lenina huxley.
00:05:38>> Let me guess, all is serene.
00:05:40>> On the contrary, .
00:05:42There was a defacement of public buildings.
00:05:45Walls smudged with scandalous graffiti.
00:05:49>> Really?
00:05:51Why wasn't there an all-cars notify"?
00:05:54>> Chief George Earle: Because waere ths no need to create widespread panic.
00:05:58Lieutenant huxley, I monitored your disheartening and distressing comments to the warden this morning.
00:06:04Do you really long for chaos and disharmony?
00:06:08Your fascination with the vulgar 20th century seems to be affecting your better judgment.
00:06:12You realize you're setting a bad example for other officers and sworn personnel?
00:06:16>> Thank you for the attitude readjustment, chief earle.
00:06:19Info assimilated.
00:06:28Sanctimonious a 'soo voce' violation of the verbal-morality statute.
00:06:36>> Thank you.
00:06:36>> Yes sir, it's coming up on the screen, a bunch of-- >> Alfredo Garcia: That was tense.
00:06:45>> That was tense?
00:06:47>> Yes.
00:06:47>> Tell me something, garcia, don't you get bored code-tracing perps who break curfew and tell dirty jokes?
00:06:53>> Actually, no, I find my job deeply fulfilling.
00:06:56I just cannot get over the reality of this office, lenina huxley.
00:07:00You're still addicted to the 20th century, high from its harshness, buzzed by its brutality.
00:07:06Holy smokes!
00:07:08I mean, is there anything in this office which doesn't violate contraband ordinance 22?
00:07:12>> Only you, alfredo garcia.
00:07:15Don't you ever want something to happen?
00:07:19>> Goodness, no.
00:07:21>> I knew you were gonna say that.
00:07:25What I wouldn't give for some action.
00:07:38 simon phoenix, one of our first and most illustrious members.
00:07:45Allow me to welcome you to your parole hearing.
00:07:48Let's get this one over quick.
00:07:54Twenty-nine years ago, the parole system, as you know it-- >> [ speaking spanish ] >> was rendered obsolete.
00:08:01>> [ Speaking spanish ] >> federal statute 537-29-- >> [ speaking spanish ] >> stop it!
00:08:14Do you have anything fresh to say on your behalf?
00:08:20I thought not.
00:08:24>> Yeah, I do.
00:08:28Teddy bear.
00:08:46>> How'd you know the password to the cuffs?
00:08:49>> I wish I knew.
00:08:50" you hoo!
00:09:09Warden, let's get this over quickly.
00:09:20>> Retina coding accepted, warden william smithers.
00:09:24Be well.
00:09:26>> Yeah, you too!
00:10:19How about enough water and energy savings to pay for the dryer.
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00:10:46my yearning for your comfort began hours ago, but for the cashier's sake, let's be coy.
00:10:52Let's pretend this was all spontaneous.
00:10:55Oh, pleasure to meet you, caramel.
00:10:59Life's better the milky way.
00:11:01ÑÑÑÑñ/?4r= If you don't always like the taste of vegetables.
00:11:21Good thing v8 v-fusion juice gives you a serving of vegetables hidden by a serving of fruit.
00:11:28V8. what's your number?
00:11:31/% [ sniffing ] ..
00:12:19New ship smell!
00:12:22[ Band plays "anchors aweigh" ] one-eight-seven, northwest quadrant.
00:13:43One-eight-seven, northwest quadrant-- one-eight-seven-- >> oh, my-- >> Lamb: I don't believe it!
00:13:52>> Northwest quadrant, 187.
00:13:57>> Garcia: What's a 187?
00:13:58>> Lt. Huxley: I don't know.
00:13:59>> Cryo-prison, level 6.
00:14:02Identify code 187.
00:14:09Murder, death, kill.
00:14:11Murder, death, kill.
00:14:12Murder, death, kill.
00:14:14>> Murder, death, kill!
00:14:15>> Last recorded offense, september 25, 2010.
00:14:18Initiate search, confirming location.
00:14:21Cryo-prison, level 6.
00:14:23 officer john d'argent, guard.
00:14:28Officer alfred pamela, guard.
00:14:31Live transmission diagnostic check, warden william smithers.
00:14:34 severe eye trauma, ruptured spleen, punctured lung, broken rib, internal bleeding.
00:14:41Condition critical.
00:14:42Vital signs failing.
00:14:44Imminent death.
00:14:49Subject deceased-- 187.
00:14:51Warden william smithers, BORN FEBRUARY 14th, 1967, DIED AUGUST 4th, 2032.
00:15:00>> Chief Earle: What's the matter with all of you?
00:15:02>> The cryo-prison, sir, three non-sanctioned life terminations.
00:15:05>> Do you wish to assign a coroner?
00:15:07>> Murder death kills!
00:15:09Three mdks!
00:15:14>> Access for me the cryo-pen's morning hearing schedule, and then display for me the list of people interviewed for parole.
00:15:19>> Accessing cryo-prison processing.
00:15:21Restricted information.
00:15:22Cocteau cryo-prison, morning hearing schedule.
00:15:25AUGUST 4th, Active file, 7:00 a.m.
00:15:28Hyde, quentin.
00:15:298:15 - Peterson, scott.
00:15:307:30 - Phoenix, simon.
00:15:32>> It's phoenix!
00:15:33>> Who?
00:15:34>> Simon phoenix.
00:15:36>> Phoenix simon, accessing-- >> I knew him.
00:15:40He's evil in a way you've never read about.
00:15:43He's a criminal, the likes of which you have never seen.
00:15:47>> Hold that thought, zachary lamb.
00:15:50Simon phoenix's code, now.
00:15:52>> Access code for phoenix, simon.
00:15:55>> No code found.
00:15:56>> L7, you're not coming down with another virus, are you?
00:15:59>> Of course not.
00:16:00>> You don't get it, lenina huxley.
00:16:02Phoenix isn't coded.
00:16:03He was chilled back DURING THE 20th, Before they started lo-jacking everybody.
00:16:07Declared his own kingdom in south central la.
00:16:10In a bad time, he was the worst.
00:16:12>> Emergency code 187.
00:16:14Emergency code 187.
00:16:17Locating stopped code.
00:16:20Murder death kill.
00:16:22Murder death kill.
00:16:23Location - cryo-prison, parking area, cryo-prison, level 6.
00:16:29>> No.
00:16:30>> Main cryo-prison parking zone.
00:16:32Enhancing image.
00:16:33Tracking dr. mostow.
00:16:35>> Oh, my.
00:16:36>> One-eight-seven, deceased.
00:16:39Do you wish to assign a coroner?
00:16:41>> Tell me, l7, is the doctor's conveyance still in the parking zone?
00:16:45>> The answer is no.
00:16:47Car missing.
00:16:48Doctor's conveyance is not in parking zone, it is in motion.
00:16:54>> Locate precise code-fix on doctor's conveyance.
00:16:57>> Fixing location.
00:16:58Beverly hills.
00:17:02Beverly drive.
00:17:04Doctor's vehicle ..
00:17:08Approaching the corner of wilshire and santa monica boulevard.
00:17:12>> Glorious.
00:17:14>> Doctor's vehicle has been code fixed.
00:17:17>> Ah, fine work.
00:17:18All nearby units, protect serve, wilshire and santa monica.
00:17:22>> Unit 12, protect serve.
00:17:23>> Apprehend fugitive.
00:17:25>> Proceed with extreme assertiveness.
00:17:28>> Doctor's vehicle has been code-fixed.
00:17:30Approaching the corner of wilshire and santa monica boulevard.
00:17:53>> man: I DON'T KNOW, Lately I just don't feel like there's anything special about me.
00:17:57>> computer: YOU ARE AN Incredibly sensitive man, who inspires joy-joy feelings in all those around you.
00:18:04>> Phoenix: Get out of here!
00:18:05>> Excuse me, citizen.
00:18:07I'm sorry.
00:18:09>> Greetings, citizen!
00:18:11How are you feeling on this glorious day?
00:18:15You look great today!
00:18:19>> Ha, ha, ha.
00:18:20Yeah, well, I feel good too.
00:18:23>> Angeles information network, automated banking, city of san angeles.
00:18:27>> Damn, I'm possessed.
00:18:28I wonder if I can play the accordion, too.
00:18:32>> File code accepted.
00:18:34Friendly, edgar.
00:18:36Code level 60.
00:18:38Listed offenses: Civil unrest activity.
00:18:40>> voice: DON'T YOU HEAR A thought repeating in that brain of yours?
00:18:44The name friendly, edgar?
00:18:46Edgar friendly.
00:18:48Don't you have a job to do?
00:18:51Don't you have someone to kill?
00:18:54Someone to kill?
00:18:56Someone to kill?
00:19:14 noun, portable firearm.
00:19:16This device was widely utilized in the urban wars of the late 20th century.
00:19:20" >> look, I don't need a history lesson.
00:19:25Come on, how, where the damn guns?
00:19:27>> You are fined one credit for a violation of the verbal-morality statute.
00:19:31>> [ Deleted ] you.
00:19:33>> Your repeated violation of the verbal morality statute has caused me to notify the san angeles police department.
00:19:39Please remain where you are for your reprimand.
00:19:41>> Yeah, right.
00:19:47The [ deleted ] are fast, too.
00:19:49>> You are fined one credit for violation of the verbal-morality statute.
00:19:53>> Protect serve in place.
00:19:54Four minutes, fifteen seconds lapse.
00:20:00>> Maniac is imminent.
00:20:01Request advice.
00:20:03>> With a firm tone of voice, demand maniac lie down with hands behind back.
00:20:10>> Simon phoenix!
00:20:12Lie down with your hands behind your back!
00:20:16>> What's this?
00:20:17Six of you?
00:20:18Such nice, tidy uniforms.
00:20:20Oh, I'm so scared.
00:20:22What, you guys don't have sarcasm anymore?
00:20:28>> Maniac has responded with a scornful remark.
00:20:30>> Approach and repeat ultimatum in an even firmer tone of voice.
00:20:34" >> simon phoenix, lie down on the ground, or else!
00:20:54>> Anti-graffiti activation program activated.
00:21:00Human presence detected.
00:21:01Safety override code accepted.
00:21:04>> Lucky number seven.
00:21:20>> Olay!
00:21:22>> We're police officers!
00:21:24We're not trained to handle this kind of violence!
00:21:34>> Hey, wait for me!
00:21:40>> Ahhh!
00:21:47>> Come on.
00:22:11Simon says, "everybody sing" and the home of the brave.
00:22:22Play ball!
00:22:31>> We've lost every camera for six blocks.
00:22:35Go to century city, 1200 millimeters.
00:22:46He's going for the vehicle's battery core.
00:22:48It's pure capacitance gel.
00:23:00>> Dr. Raymond Cocteau: The problem is not the defacement of public buildings or the noise pollution caused by the exploding devices.
00:23:07Allow me to explain.
00:23:09The real problem lies in the man whose initials mark the detonating graffiti on the streets of our peaceful city.
00:23:17", mr. edgar friendly.
00:23:24For a sadly extended period of time, we in san angeles have been plagued by a pack of subterranean hooligans.
00:23:32You will come to " men and women who have left the comfort of our society only to spew hostility at the very bosom that they have relinquished.
00:23:44There was a time when we used to look upon these scraps as rather pathetic and relatively harmless.
00:23:51Now, they have a leader.
00:23:53 friendly seems relentless in his ambition to infect our harmony with his venom.
00:24:00He must, of course, be stopped.
00:24:04This radical terrorist friendly, must not be allowed to undermine our safety.
00:24:13Safety above all.
00:24:15I expect your trust, confidence and certitude.
00:24:18If you'll excuse me.
00:24:23>> Associate Bob: cocteau, a cryo-con has effected self-release from the penitentiary.
00:24:29It's quite horrific.
00:24:30Murder death kills, all categories of chaos.
00:24:33>> Enhance your calm.
00:24:34Enhance you're-- "be well" them for me.
00:24:45Get me captain george earle, immediately.
00:24:50>> It was just-- I mean, it was so-- how can a man be so blatantly sadistic?
00:24:58It was fun for him.
00:24:59>> I want you to do everything in your power to snare this agent of destruction.
00:25:04You have my utmost confidence.
00:25:07>> It will be done, dr. cocteau.
00:25:10Be well.
00:25:15>> Utmost confidence.
00:25:19>> Everything in our power.
00:25:25What else is there?
00:25:28>> Zachary lamb, how was the fiendish simon phoenix APPREHENDED BACK IN THE 20th?
00:25:34>> Lamb: Twelve-state manhunt, satellite surveillance, a video bite " none of them worked.
00:25:44In the end, it took just one man, one cop, john spartan.
00:25:50>> John spartan?
00:25:52>> That's right.
00:25:54>> They called him " >> spartan file 98345, lapd.
00:26:00Spartan file 98761c, lapd.
00:26:08>> Are you sure this is real life?
00:26:11>> Barely.
00:26:12Spartan is a legend.
00:26:13I've been doing a historical study.
00:26:15For 1,000 arrests over three years, all authentic criminals.
00:26:19>> There was a lot more business back then.
00:26:22>> How can you justify destroying a $7 million mini mall to rescue a girl whose ransom is only $25,000?
00:26:27>> girl: FORGET YOU, LADY.
00:26:28>> Spartan: Good answer.
00:26:31>> This is your recommendation?
00:26:33The demolition man's an animal.
00:26:36>> He's clearly the man for a job such as this.
00:26:39You could reinstate him.
00:26:41>> He's a muscle-bound grotesque, who hasn't worn a shield in 40 years.
00:26:46>> Simon phoenix is an old-fashioned criminal.
00:26:49We need an old-fashioned cop.
00:26:55[ Music ] >> cryo-flex 312, 618 is ready for routine maintenance and inspection.
00:27:24>> Transporting cryo prisoner, spartan, john.
00:27:38>> John spartan, 5864.
00:27:40Pulmonary activity approaching normal.
00:27:43Body temperature, 63 percent and rising.
00:27:48Bio-link engaged.
00:27:51Laser defibrillation sequence started.
00:27:54Plasma transfer in 15 seconds.
00:27:58Plasma transfer, 10 seconds, 8 seconds, 6 seconds, plasma transfer complete.
00:28:09Mtl complete.
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00:32:46@@ >> Lt. Huxley: This is within the powers of the police charter, sir.
00:32:51He can be released on limited parole and reinstated to active duty.
00:32:54>> Garcia: It's not enough TO COLLECT THE '90s, You have to bring them back to life.
00:32:58 cocteau said everything within our power.
00:33:00I can't think of a better idea.
00:33:02>> That still doesn't mean it's a good one.
00:33:04This man comes from a dissimilar method of law enforcement.
00:33:08I'm not sure he's any different than simon phoenix, himself.
00:33:11>> Detective?
00:33:14Detective, I am lieutenant lenina huxley.
00:33:18The year is 2032.
00:33:20Now, the reason that you have been released is-- >> Spartan: How long have I been under?
00:33:26>> Thirty-six years.
00:33:31>> I had a wife.
00:33:33What happened to my wife?
00:33:36>> Her light was extinguished in the big one of 2010.
00:33:43.. she died in an earthquake.
00:33:53>> I had a daughter.
00:33:56I made a promise.
00:33:57What happened to her?
00:33:58>> John spartan.
00:33:59I am chief of police george earle.
00:34:01We didn't thaw you out for a family reunion.
00:34:04Consider it fortunate that the lieutenant even bothered to do a probe on your wife.
00:34:09This is about you and the cryo-con simon phoenix.
00:34:11>> What?
00:34:12>> This morning, simon phoenix escaped from this cryo-facility.
00:34:16We've had 11 murder death kills so far.
00:34:18You see, we have become a society of peace, loving, and-and understanding and we are, quite frankly, not equipped to deal with this situation.
00:34:27>> There have been no deaths of unnatural causes in san angeles in the last 16 years.
00:34:32>> Where?
00:34:33>> The santa barbara, los angeles, san diego metroplex were merged in 2011.
00:34:36You are in the center of what used to be los angeles.
00:34:40>> That's great.
00:34:42You, get me a marlboro.
00:34:44>> Yes, of course, right away.
00:34:47What's a marlboro?
00:34:48>> It's a cigarette.
00:34:49Any cigarette.
00:34:52>> Ah, smoking is not good for you, and has been deemed that anything not good for you is bad.
00:34:57Hence, illegal.
00:34:58Alcohol, caffeine, contact sports, meat-- >> are you [ deleted ] me?
00:35:02>> computer: JOHN SPARTAN, You are fined one credit for violation of the verbal-morality statute.
00:35:07>> What the hell is that?
00:35:09>> John spartan, you are fined one credit for violating-- >> bad language, chocolate, gasoline, uneducational toys and anything spicy.
00:35:15Abortion is also illegal, but then again, so is pregnancy if you don't have a license.
00:35:19>> Caveman, let's finish with all the rip van winkle and get moving.
00:35:24 phoenix has risen from the ashes.
00:35:26>> Un-huh.
00:35:28I tracked that dirt bag for two years, and when i finally bring him down you turn me into an ice cube for my trouble.
00:35:34Thanks, but no thanks.
00:35:36>> The conditions of your parole are full reinstatement into the sapd, and immediate assignment to the apprehension of simon phoenix.
00:35:44.. you can go back into cryo-stasis.
00:35:48>> Not many people get a second chance, john spartan.
00:35:56 protect service on THIS UPDATE, AUGUST 4th, 2032.
00:36:00>> Here you go.
00:36:01Any new information on simon phoenix?
00:36:03>> There is nothing, lenina huxley.
00:36:06Where's your john spartan?
00:36:08>> Oh, he went to the bathroom.
00:36:10I-i guess he got all thawed out.
00:36:12>> Oh.
00:36:14Sir, I formally convey my presence.
00:36:20>> How are you doing?
00:36:22>> We are not used to physical-contact greetings.
00:36:25>> Look, I don't know if you guys know it, ..
00:36:29You're out of toilet paper.
00:36:32>> Pap--?
00:36:33Did you say "toilet paper"?
00:36:35>> Oh, they used handfuls of wadded paper BACK IN THE 20th.
00:36:43>> I'm happy that you're happy, but the place where you're supposed to have the toilet paper, you've got this little shelf with three seashells on it.
00:36:51>> He doesn't know how to use the three seashells.
00:36:58I can see how that could be confusing.
00:37:00>> Lamb: I don't believe it.
00:37:01Is that you, spartan?
00:37:04>> No.
00:37:07Zach lamb?
00:37:09What happened to you?
00:37:11>> I got older.
00:37:14>> My god.
00:37:15I remember when you were a snot-nose rookie pilot.
00:37:19>> They finally grounded me.
00:37:20>> [ Deleted ] you were a damn good flyer.
00:37:22>> You're fined two credits for violation of the verbal-morality statute.
00:37:28>> I'll be right back.
00:37:29>> They seem to be friends, yet he speaks to him in the most profane manner.
00:37:33>> Well, if you had read my study, you would know that this is how insecure heterosexual males used to bond.
00:37:39>> I knew that.
00:37:40>> Waiting for commands.
00:37:41Voice check, lenina huxley.
00:37:43>> Unfortunately, simon phoenix was not coded.
00:37:45While you were sleeping, everyone in the city was installed code.
00:37:49It was a brilliant idea cocteau, that an organically, bio-engineered microchip be sewn into the skin.
00:37:54Sensors all over the city can zero in on anyone at any time.
00:37:57>> I can't even conceive a visual of what you police officers did before it was developed.
00:38:01>> We worked for a living.
00:38:03This fascist crap makes me want to puke.
00:38:04>> What do you think you're scratching, caveman?
00:38:07You really think we'd let you go without control?
00:38:09Your code was implanted the second you thawed.
00:38:12>> Why didn't you just shove a leash up my ass?
00:38:14>> John spartan, you are fined one credit for violation of the-- >> dirty meat-eater!
00:38:18No matter how viking your era was, I cannot digest how you ever wore a badge!
00:38:22You're going back, john spartan.
00:38:24Oh, yes, you're going back!
00:38:26>> Could you two please dump some hormones?
00:38:28We need every cortex we can get in this situation.
00:38:30>> We don't need the neanderthal.
00:38:32Our computer has already examined every feasible scenario resulting from the appearance of simon phoenix.
00:38:38It is determined he will attempt to set up a drug lab and form a crime syndicate.
00:38:42>> That is correct, chief george earle.
00:38:44>> Look, I hate to interrupt you two love birds, but that's [ deleted ] really stupid.
00:38:49>> John spartan, you are fined one credit for violating-- >> you think he wants to start a business?
00:38:53Phoenix is going for a gun, plain and simple-- trust me, he's going for a gun.
00:38:58Primate thinks?
00:38:59Resonate some understanding.
00:39:01The only place a person can even view a gun in this city is at a museum.
00:39:12>> Welcome to the san angeles museum of history.
00:39:16Beneath you, you will see an excavation-- >> Phoenix: Whoa!
00:39:19>> Of an actual 20th century-- >> hey-- all right.
00:39:22>> Street scene in downtown los angeles, preserved since the earthquake of 2010.
00:39:29For specific information concerning objects featured in the exhibit-- >> firearms are on display in the armory.
00:39:34>> Located on level a.
00:39:39>> You are now entering the hall of violence: A visual representation of the primitive behavior prevalent during the late 20th century.
00:39:48>> Home, sweet home.
00:39:54>> John spartan, even if simon phoenix was able to locate the cache of firearms, it would be impossible for him to remove them.
00:40:01>> She's right.
00:40:02They're located in a maximum-security armory exhibit.
00:40:05>> It's just a hunch, though, trust me on this.
00:40:07It's a cop thing.
00:40:09>> And what am i, a frog?
00:40:13>> Excuse me.
00:40:14>> Yes?
00:40:15>> I'll drive.
00:40:17>> I see-- I knew it.
00:40:20>> Resetting all bio-links for new driver.
00:40:23Weight, height, peripheral vision set.
00:40:26If you would like to commence transportation, john spartan, initialize sequence now.
00:40:32>> You drive.
00:40:39>> Welcome, lieutenant lenina huxley.
00:40:52>> You seem very much alone, john spartan, but things aren't all that different.
00:40:58Perhaps you'd like to hear an oldies station?
00:41:01>> Oh, what a relief it is.
00:41:03>> Oh, this is the town's most popular station.
00:41:06Wall-to-wall mini-tunes.
00:41:07" >> here's that classic you've been waiting for.
00:41:10The number one request of " >> yes!
00:41:15>> Kids eat armour hot dogs.
00:41:16>> Oh, wow, this is my fave!
00:41:18>> Fat kids skinny kids kids who climb on rocks tall kids sissy kids even kids with chicken pox love hot dogs armour hot dogs the dogs kids love to bite.
00:41:37>> Somebody put me back in the fridge.
00:41:41>> You are now entering the armory exhibit.
00:41:44You will find displays in the cabinets and walls around you, various weapons used for violent life terminations-- >> so sorry.
00:41:52Didn't see you there.
00:41:53Whoa-- hey.
00:41:54>> During the wars and urban disturbances the 19th and 20th century.
00:41:58Oh [ deleted ]!
00:41:59>> You are fined one credit for a violation of th verbal mortality statute.
00:42:03>> Oh-oh.
00:42:07Now, this is what I'm talking about.
00:42:10How do you get in here?
00:42:11Hey, hey, do you got to wait that 15-day waitin' period?
00:42:14Or can I just take one now?
00:42:17[ Deleted ]!
00:42:20>> You are fined one credit for violation of verbal mortality statute.
00:42:23[ Deleted ]!
00:42:25>> You are fined one credit for violation of verbal mortality statute.
00:42:29>> Mellow greetings.
00:42:29What seems to be your boggle?
00:42:31>> My "boggle"?
00:42:33Oh, god.
00:42:37How much do you weigh?
00:42:39>> Well, I happen to weigh 16-- >> please vacate the museum, patrons.
00:42:52Be calm.
00:42:54Please vacate the museum, patrons.
00:42:57Be calm.
00:42:58>> Wait a minute.
00:42:59This is the future.
00:43:00Where are all the phaser guns?
00:43:04>> Please vacate the museum, patrons.
00:43:07Be calm.
00:43:08>> Mellow greetings, sir.
00:43:09What's your boggle?
00:43:14>> Please exit rapidly.
00:43:17Warning, please exit rapidly.
00:43:20>> The magnetic accelerator gun, the last produced hand-held weapon of this millennium, displaced the flow of neutrons through a nonlinear cycloid electromagnetic accumulator.
00:43:30>> So, what-what-what, it needs batteries?
00:43:33What size?
00:43:34I mean where do you [ deleted ] find batteries in the future?
00:43:36>> You are fined one credit-- >> is there a battery store around?
00:43:39>> Excuse me, museum patron.
00:43:40Can i-- >> well, where's the radio shack, huh?
00:43:48Oh, sweet music to my ears.
00:43:51>> When activated, the magnetic accelerator gun will achieve fusion in 2.6 minutes.
00:43:55>> Yeah, well I was thinking about leaving quickly.
00:43:57Patience is not one of my virtues.
00:44:31Knowing reality isn't captured by a hidden camera.
00:44:34It doesn't come in episodes either.
00:44:36You see I don't live to live through anyone ever.
00:44:40So while everyone waits to see the next best this oran unbelievable that.
00:44:46Here's the reality.
00:44:47There's no rerun when your living in the now.
00:44:49So while you tune in I'llbe somewhere getting out.
00:44:54I live. I ride. I am. jeep.
00:45:17♪Oh, ♪my love what have I done ♪
00:45:20♪my burden is too heavy ♪
00:45:23♪ we have more ♪
00:45:25♪life goes on ♪
00:45:31get that's yours.
00:45:35 - you can get out.
00:45:40Hi. what can I get for this?
00:45:44With all the amenities in a meaty, melty McDOUBLE.
00:45:47OR MAYBE AN irresistible McChicken, golden fries, ..
00:45:53That are always here for you.
00:45:54- Eh? - wow!
00:45:55THE DOLLAR MENU.EVERY DAY, ONLY at McDonald's.
00:45:58♪ Ba da ba ba ba ♪
00:46:31] ] whoa-hey!don't put me on that thing!
00:46:39HELP! [ Scanner Beeps ] Hey look! we're on the guest list!
00:46:43That's the menu.
00:46:48buy750 water.
00:46:51Or just onebrita faucet filter.
00:46:55- ( plinks )-BRITA.
00:46:56Better for the environment >> Spartan: Did you see that?
00:48:50>> Garcia: What?
00:48:51>> Never mind.
00:48:52I give up trying to figure this place out.
00:48:54>> Phoenix: Excuse me, rambo.
00:48:55I need to borrow this.
00:49:02>> Access and correlate procedure.
00:49:04 establish communication with maniac intruder.
00:49:08>> Wrong.
00:49:09Hey, luke skywalker, use the force.
00:49:11>> Oh, dear.
00:49:11>> Hey, what the hell is this?
00:49:13>> It's a glow-rod.
00:49:14It-it's what we got.
00:49:15>> Does it work?
00:49:16>> Well, um.
00:49:19>> Guess so.
00:49:20>> Lt. Huxley: They have him trapped in section 8.
00:49:22>> I doubt it, huxley.
00:49:23Now, make sure the building's clear.
00:49:26>> Done.
00:49:26I want a visual-- now.
00:49:27Every corridor of the museum, I want full sensors routed to me, and I want it 90 seconds ago.
00:49:31>> Hmm.
00:49:32You guys wait here.
00:49:33Give me 10 minutes.
00:49:36>> Museum patron, you are now confined to the armory.
00:49:40Museum patron, you are now confined to the armory.
00:49:51The armory exhibit is now sealed.
00:49:54All museum patrons still occupying the facility should remain calm.
00:49:59Help is imminent.
00:50:05>> This museum is no longer sealed, is it?
00:50:08What can I say?
00:50:09I'm a blast from the past.
00:50:11>> You should've stayed there.
00:50:12>> Oh, boy, that voice sounds familiar-- who is that?
00:50:19>> Bad aim, blonde.
00:50:21>> Spartan?
00:50:22John spartan?
00:50:23Oh, they let anybody into this century!
00:50:25What the hell are you doing here?
00:50:29" >> great-- just great.
00:50:35You're making it too easy for me, phoenix.
00:50:38>> So, let me get this right.
00:50:40They defrosted you just so you could lasso my piddly ass?
00:50:43Damn, you've been had.
00:50:45I've been dreaming about killing you for 40 years.
00:50:50>> Well, keep dreaming!
00:50:56[ Music ] >> whoo-- wow!
00:51:28Whoo-- wow!
00:51:39>> Damn.
00:51:49>> Ak mag now reactivated.
00:51:52>> It's about time.
00:51:53Past is over, john.
00:51:54Time for something new and improved.
00:51:57>> Oh, hell.
00:52:01>> Whoo!
00:52:02I love this gun!
00:52:10>> How are you liking the future, john, huh?
00:52:24>> Come on!
00:52:25Come on!
00:52:33>> Oh, I know that must've hurt.
00:52:35Huh, soldier boy?
00:52:38>> You're on tv.
00:52:46>> You're dead, spartan.
00:52:48>> Forgot to say: " >> oh.
00:52:59It's a brave new world.
00:53:01Sorry, you got to go!
00:53:06[ Music ] >> r right now-- hurry, hurry.
00:53:26This way.
00:53:32>> Dr. Cocteau: Our noble facility has been desecrated by hooligans.
00:53:36Someone will pay dearly for this.
00:53:43>> Bob: Sir, the stress breeder is inside being demobilized as we speak.
00:53:49>> Ah, being frozen must've thrown my aim off.
00:53:53Don't worry, I'll get you with the next shot.
00:53:56>> I don't think so.
00:54:00No kiss-kiss, no bang-bang.
00:54:04And, you were doing so well.
00:54:06Now, don't you have a job to do-- huh?
00:54:09Isn't there a thought repeating in that barbaric brain of yours?
00:54:14The name friendly.
00:54:15Mr. edgar friendly.
00:54:18Don't you have someone to kill?
00:54:27>> Yeah, I do.
00:54:29>> Excellent.
00:54:31>> Then go and do your job.
00:54:33>> Phoenix!
00:54:35>> Saved by the bell.
00:54:39[ Music ] >> damn!
00:54:56You don't know how lucky you are that maniac didn't whack you.
00:55:00>> Well, I must say that "whacking," whatever it is, sounds most disagreeable.
00:55:04Well, you scared him away.
00:55:05I-i don't know how to thank you.
00:55:07You-you saved my life.
00:55:09>> No problem.
00:55:12>> Not bad for a 74-year old.
00:55:15Simon phoenix knows he has some competition.
00:55:18He's finally matched his meat.
00:55:20You really licked his ass.
00:55:23>> That's "met his match" " >> "met-met his match " "met his match " >> captain earle, who is this man?
00:55:35>> Chief Earle: Detective john spartan, temporarily reinstated to the san angeles police department to pursue the escaped cryo-con simon phoenix.
00:55:44You told us to do everything in our power to capture the madman.
00:55:47>> Oh, yes.
00:55:48I did-- I did.
00:55:49Yes, I do recall the exploits of mr. john spartan.
00:55:53Yes, of course.
00:55:54Didn't they call him " that's quite all right, chief.
00:56:01But quite all right.
00:56:03John spartan, welcome.
00:56:06Now, in honor of your arrival and your protection of the sanctity of human life, namely my own, I would like to invite you to join me for dinner tonight-- the both of you.
00:56:16Please, I insist.
00:56:18I would like you to accompany me to taco bell.
00:56:25>> Look forward to it.
00:56:26Thank you.
00:56:33" >> yes.
00:56:37>> So let me get this right.
00:56:39Spacely sprockets here, who's now the man in charge, the mayor-gov, whoho wants to take me to dinner at taco bell-- lord knows I wouldn't mind a burrito-- is also one of the guys who built the damnryo-prison?
00:56:50>> John spartan, you are fined one credit-- >> thanks.
00:56:53 cocteau is the most important man in san angeles.
00:56:56He practically created our whole way of life, savage.
00:56:58>> Yeah?
00:56:59Well, he can have it.
00:57:01>> Now, phoenix could be anywhere, but not being coded could hurt him and limit his options.
00:57:06>> That is correct.
00:57:07Money is outmoded.
00:57:08All transactions are through codes.
00:57:10>> All right, so he can't buy food or a place to stay for the night.
00:57:13It'd be a waste of time to mug someone.
00:57:15Unless he rips off someone's hand.
00:57:17Let's hope he doesn't figure that one out.
00:57:19>> But with all officers already patrolling in a city-wide crisis net, it should be just a matter of tick-tocks before we actually-- >> more importantly, we already have a backup plan.
00:57:27We can just wait for another code to go red, and when phoenix performs another murder death kill, we'll know exactly where to pounce.
00:57:36>> Great plan.
00:57:37>> Thank you.
00:57:38>> He likes your plan, chief.
00:59:12musclepain and I was so tenderto the touch-- but I didn'tknow why.
00:59:17My doctor diagnosedit as fibromyalgia.
00:59:22Fibromyalgia is thoughtto be the result of over-active nerves thatcause chronic, widespread pain.
00:59:28Lyrica isfda-approved to help relieve the uniquepain of fibromyalgia.
00:59:33So now, I'm learning what aday is like with less pain.
00:59:37Lyrica is notfor everyone.
00:59:38Tell your doctor about anyserious allergic reaction that causes swelling oraffects breathing or skin, or changes in eyesightinuding blurry vision or muscle pain with fever ortired feeling.
00:59:48Lyrica may cause suicidalthoughts or actions in a very smallnumber of people.
00:59:52Some of the most commonside effects of lyrica are dizziness,sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands,legs, and feet.
00:59:58Do not drink alcoholwhile taking lyrica.
01:00:00You should not driveor operate machinery until you know howlyrica affects you.
01:00:05Could your pain be causedby fibromyalgia?
01:00:07Ask your doctorabout lyrica today.
01:01:36Enthusiast of your escapades for quite some time now.
01:01:38I have, in fact, perused some news reels from the schwarzenegger library, and that time that you took that car-- >> Spartan: Hold it.
01:01:46The schwarzenegger lryra?
01:01:47>> Yes, the schwarzenegger presidential library.
01:01:49Wasn't he an actor when you-- >> stop-- he was president?
01:01:52>> Yes, even though he was not born in his country, his popularity at the time caused the 61st amendment, which states that even though-- >> I don't want to know.
01:02:07[ Music ] >> Phoenix: What the hell is this?
01:02:14What, no door, no welcome mat?
01:02:17What is this?
01:02:20How do people use these?
01:02:22How do they expect you to kill somebody?
01:02:26I love that smell.
01:02:28Reminds me of biscuits and gravy.
01:02:31All right.
01:02:32A job is a job.
01:02:33Edgar friendly, wherever you are, prepare for simon phoenix.
01:02:40>> So, what's with this cocteau guy, anyway?
01:02:43He says I saved his life, which I'm not even sure I did, and my reward is dinner and dancing at taco bell?
01:02:49I mean, hey, I like mexican food, but come on.
01:02:52>> Your tone is quasi-facetious, but you do not realize that taco bell was the only restaurant to survive the franchise wars.
01:02:59>> So?
01:03:00>> So, now all restaurants are taco bell.
01:03:04>> No way.
01:03:16>> Welcome to taco bell.
01:03:17Enjoy your meal, sir.
01:03:19Valley of the jolly green giant good things from the garden garden in the valley valley of the jolly green giant.
01:03:35>> Oh, here comes the neanderthal.
01:03:38>> Dr. Cocteau: Ah, spartan over there please, and lieutenant.
01:03:42>> Thank you.
01:03:45>> Hi.
01:03:46>> How you guys doing?
01:03:47>> Yes.
01:03:50>> Enjoy-joy your meal, sir.
01:03:52>> Good thing I'm hungry.
01:03:54>> Ladies and gentlemen, I'm going to ask you to raise your glasses to the hero of the hour, my savior, detective john spartan.
01:04:02>> John spartan.
01:04:05>> Appreciate it.
01:04:09>> Bob: Greetings and salutations, I'm associate bob.
01:04:13We met before, ever so briefly.
01:04:15I was groveling in fear at the time.
01:04:18>> Do you got the salt, over there, bob?
01:04:20>> Um, salt is not good for you, hence, it is illegal.
01:04:23>> So, john spartan, tell me, what do you think of san angeles, 2032?
01:04:29>> Well, considering the way things were going when I went in, i thought the future would be a rotting cesspool.
01:04:35>> Well, you weren't here when the real disturbances began.
01:04:38Civilization tried to destroy itself.
01:04:41The city degenerated into a total fear zone.
01:04:44The citizenry cocoong in their homes, afraid to go out.
01:04:48People just wanted the madness over.
01:04:50So, when I saw the chance to make things right, I seized it.
01:04:55If I had not, the radiance of san angeles would not be here.
01:04:59Just your rotting cesspool of hate and suffering.
01:05:03Which would you prefer?
01:05:04>> Maybe you can you book me a flight outta here when the sermon's over?
01:05:09>> John spartan, for your crimes you would surely have died in jail before now.
01:05:14Even you must appreciate the persuasively tranquil humanity of the cryo-prison system?
01:05:21>> I don't want to spoil your dinner, pal, but my cryo-sentence was no sweet lullaby.
01:05:27I had feelings and I had thoughts.
01:05:29How about a 36-year nightmare about people caught in a burning building?
01:05:33>> You were awake?
01:05:34I don't think so.
01:05:35>> I do think so, and my wife beating her fists against a block of ice that used to be her husband.
01:05:40Then you were nice enough to wake me up and let me know that everything that meant something in my life is gone.
01:05:46It would have been more humane to stake me down and leave me to the crows.
01:05:50>> What would you say if I called you a brutish fossil, symbolic of a decayed era gratefully forgotten?
01:05:56>> I don't know.
01:05:58" >> I thought during rehabilitation the prisoners were not conscious.
01:06:03A-a person would go insane.
01:06:05>> The side effects of the co-process are unavoidable.
01:06:08You were found guilty of a criminal charges.
01:06:11You owed, and still owe, a debt to society.
01:06:13I'm sorry, there's nothing I can do.
01:06:15>> Yeah, there is, call for backup, I'll be across the street.
01:06:18>> Spartan, wh-where-where are you going?
01:06:20>> Bad guys about to do bad things.
01:06:22It's just one of those hunches again.
01:06:25>> Oh.
01:06:29[ Music ] >> come on!
01:06:42>> Friendly: Go for the truck!
01:06:43The food's in the truck.
01:06:48Grab the big box!
01:06:49Come on-- move, move, move.
01:07:01>> You're gonna regret this the rest of your life, both seconds of it.
01:07:11Good night!
01:07:21>> Get him!
01:07:39What a [ deleted ] hero.
01:07:41Come on.
01:07:50>> Please, don't.
01:07:57>> What the hell?
01:07:59>> Such reckless abandonment.
01:08:01Looks like there ia new shepherd in town.
01:08:04" who are those guys?
01:08:06>> They're known as "scraps", outcasts and deserters who choose to live beneath us in sewers and abandoned tunnels.
01:08:14They're a constant irritation to our harmony.
01:08:17>> They're nothing but thugs and hooligans-- a society of thieves.
01:08:21The last remaining criminal element in the city.
01:08:23But plans are in progress to purge this peril from our day.
01:08:27>> You are even better live than on laser disk.
01:08:30And the joy-joy way you paused to make a glib witticism before doing battle with that strangely wasteland scrap with a round house punch.
01:08:36>> Huxley, look, this isn't the wild west, okay?
01:08:39The wild west wasn't even the wild west.
01:08:41Hurting people is not a good thing.
01:08:43Well, sometimes it is, but not when it's a bunch of people looking for something to eat.
01:08:54>> San angeles time is now 22:15.
01:08:57>> Huxley, coding off.
01:09:01>> Auto-drive engaged.
01:09:07>> Look, I'm sorry i yelled at you back there.
01:09:11>> No need to make a de-hurtful retraction.
01:09:14I've just assimilated too much contraband.
01:09:16I fleshed you out as some blow-up-the-bad- guy-with-a-happy-grin he-man-type.
01:09:21But now I realize that you're the moody-troubled-past- gunslinger-who-will-only- draw-when-he-must type.
01:09:28>> Huxley, stop.
01:09:29>> What?
01:09:29>> I not any of that, I just do my job and things get-- >> demolished.
01:09:38>> You know, I keep lookin' around, and I think about my daughter growing up in a place like this, and I'm afraid she's gonna think I'm some kind of primitive.
01:09:47I mean, as much as I want to see her, I almost don't want to.
01:09:50Because I don't think I'm gonna fit into theicture very well.
01:09:54Not very well at all.
01:09:56>> It'd be a minor misuse of police powers, but i-i could do a search for y.
01:10:00>> No.
01:10:09>> Oh, subject change.
01:10:10I got what you wanted.
01:10:12>> Well, great.
01:10:17>> What do you need that for?
01:10:20>> It's just one of those cop hunches again.
01:10:22>> Hmm.
01:10:42Oh yes hi.
01:10:43Can you put my grandma on the phone please?
01:10:44Excuse me a sec.
01:10:45Another person calling for her grandmother.
01:10:47She thinks it's her soup huh?
01:10:48I'm told she's in the garden picking herbs.
01:10:51She is so cute.
01:10:51Okay I'll hold.
01:10:52She's holding. Wha?
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01:15:08>> Dr. Cocteau: Lights.
01:15:09>> Phoenix: Naw.
01:15:10I've changed that.
01:15:17Whoo, isn't that nicer?
01:15:21Go ahead, you try.
01:15:24>> Illuminate.
01:15:26>> Ah, raymond, raymond, we've got to talk.
01:15:31>> How did you get in?
01:15:33>> Wish I knew.
01:15:34I got pass codes, routes to secret underground kingdoms, complete access to the industrial data-grid interface.
01:15:42I don't even know what that means.
01:15:44But I've been meaning to ask you about it, because I like it.
01:15:48I like it a lot!
01:15:50You're skills were given you for a reason.
01:15:53Not for your personal amusement.
01:15:56Your job is to kill edgar friendly and stop a revolution before it precipitates.
01:16:00That is why you were rehabilitated.
01:16:06>> All right, I'm going to do your dastardly deed for you.
01:16:09But it's gonna be a little more difficult than you thought, and I'm gonna need some help.
01:16:16I'll need about five or six more "special" men, and I just so happen to have a list.
01:16:23You see, I wouldn't want you to defrost any of those mad-dog killer types.
01:16:27You know what I mean?
01:16:28And none of them from new york, they're too uptight.
01:16:31>> So you're going to be the only mad-dog killer type, right?
01:16:34>> Exactamundo.
01:16:36>> Fine.
01:16:39Take care of it.
01:16:41Just get it over with.
01:16:43You're beginning to be more trouble than you're worth.
01:16:46>> Oh, raymond, don't say that.
01:16:50And what do I get out of all this?
01:16:53>> What do you want?
01:16:57>> Malibu.
01:16:59Santa monica.
01:17:00Hell, what about all the coastal cities?
01:17:04>> Very well, I'll bear it in mind.
01:17:06>> Good, I'll send you a memo.
01:17:09>> Just do your job.
01:17:13>> What is john spartan doing here, huh?
01:17:17Did you invite him to this little party of ours?
01:17:21>> Look, you finish your business, and I'll stuff him back in the freezer.
01:17:25Think of him as a guarantee.
01:17:28>> A guarantee?
01:17:30Well, you don't have much of a guarantee.
01:17:33I took care of spartan once, I'll take care of him again.
01:17:37Now we need those men defrosted.
01:17:46>> Spartan: So, this is where you live, huxley?
01:17:49Very not bad.
01:17:50>> Lt. Huxley: Thank you.
01:17:51>> So, where will I be staying?
01:17:54>> Oh, I procured you a domicile right down the corridor from my own.
01:18:00Everything is voice-coded, so if you need something, just ask.
01:18:06What do you think?
01:18:08Clicked off a lot of credits to create the perfect 20th century apartment.
01:18:12>> Well, huxley, it's very-- >> isn't it?
01:18:17>> John spartan, there is, of course, a well-known and documented connection between sex and violence.
01:18:26Not so much a causal effect, but a general state of neurological arousal.
01:18:32And after having observed your behavior this evening and my resultant condition, um, I was wondering if you'd like to have sex?
01:18:52>> With you?
01:18:53>> Um-hum!
01:18:55>> Here?
01:18:59>> Um-hum!
01:19:01>> Oh, yeah.
01:19:03>> Great!
01:19:05I'll be right back.
01:19:16[ Music ] >> love boat?
01:19:28>> Exciting and new come aboard we're expecting you and love like-- >> there you go.
01:19:52Now, just relax.
01:19:53We'll begin in a few seconds.
01:19:56>> Begin what?
01:19:57>> Having sex, of course.
01:20:57What's wrong?
01:20:58You broke contact.
01:20:59" I didn't even touch you yet.
01:21:02>> I-i thought you wanted to make love?
01:21:04>> Is that what you call this?
01:21:07>> Vir-sex has proven to produce high orders of alpha waves during digitized transference of sexual energies.
01:21:12>> All right, huxley, what do you say we just do it the old-fashioned way.
01:21:16>> Ugh, disgusting!
01:21:17You mean fluid transfer?
01:21:19>> No, I mean boning, the wild mambo, and hunka chunka.
01:21:23>> That is no longer done.
01:21:25The exchange of bodily fluids-- do you know what that leads to?
01:21:28>> Yeah, I do-- kids, smoking, a desire to raid the fridge.
01:21:32>> The rampant exchange of bodily fluids was one of the major reasons for the downfall of society.
01:21:36After aids, there was nrs, after nrs, there was ubt.
01:21:40And one of the first things cocteau was able to do was to outlaw and behaviorally engineer all fluid transfer out of socially acceptable behavior.
01:21:48Not even, not even mouth transfer's condoned.
01:21:50>> Kissing's not allowed?
01:21:52>> Ah!
01:21:52>> Damn, I was a good kisser.
01:21:54>> Ah.
01:21:55>> All right, what about kids?
01:21:57>> Procreation?
01:21:58>> Yeah.
01:21:59>> We go to a lab.
01:22:00Fluids are purified,, screened and-and transferred by authorized medical personnel only.
01:22:06It is the only legal way.
01:22:10What are you doing?
01:22:13>> Breaking the law.
01:22:16>> You are a savage creature, john spartan, and I wish you to leave my domicile now.
01:22:28>> Look, in-- I really love my sisters.
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01:26:55>> Code accepted.
01:26:56Be well, john spartan.
01:27:07>> Spartan: Lights.
01:27:25Oh, he doesn't know how to use the three seashells.
01:27:35Happy halloween.
01:28:07Behavioral engineering?
01:28:10>> Hi, martin, I was ... oh, my god, I'm sorry, wrong number.
01:28:25>> Dr. Cocteau: Our noble facility has been desecrated by hooligans.
01:28:30Someone will pay dearly for this.
01:28:34>> Bob: Sir, the stress breeder is inside being demobilized as we speak.
01:28:42>> Phoenix: Being frozen must've thrown my aim off.
01:28:46Don't worry.
01:28:47The next shot.
01:28:48>> I don't think so.
01:28:50No kiss-kiss, no bang-bang.
01:29:00>> Lt. Huxley: Detective?
01:29:02>> Listen, I'm sorry about last night.
01:29:05Here, I made this for you.
01:29:11>> For me?
01:29:13>> Yeah.
01:29:15>> Thank you.
01:29:19>> Oh, I'll drive.
01:29:21I gotta learn to do this once in my life.
01:29:24>> Okay.
01:29:37>> Thank you for the lovely gift.
01:29:39>> Look, I don't know what you guys put into my cryo-sludge, but when I thawed out, the first I wanted to do is knit.
01:29:44I mean, how come i know what a zipper foot, a shuttle and a bobbin is and a petty point is?
01:29:49I could weave a throw rug right now with my eyes closed.
01:29:53>> It's part of your rehab program.
01:29:55For each inmate the computer draws up a skill or trade which best suits their genetic disposition.
01:29:59And it would implant the knowledge and the desire to carry out whatever training was assigned.
01:30:06>> I'm a seamstress?
01:30:07Oh, that's just great.
01:30:09I come out of cryo-prison and I'm betsy ross, and phoenix comes out and he can access computers, operate all vehicles, knows the location of every damn thing in town, and is three times stronger than when he went in?
01:30:21Can you get me phoenix's rehab program now?
01:30:23>> Sure.
01:30:26>> I'm a seamstress.
01:30:27>> Access code for simon phoenix.
01:30:29>> L7: access simon phoenix.
01:30:33Access denied.
01:30:35>> What?
01:30:37>> Security overrides.
01:30:38>> This can't be right.
01:30:43>> Access granted, officer huxley.
01:30:46Accessing simon phoenix, deep-file rehab 65r.
01:30:50Urban combat kill, torture methodology.
01:30:52Computer override authority.
01:30:54>> There must be a mistake.
01:30:55>> Survival tactics, terrorism tactics, weapons training, martial arts, murder death kill, explosives technician, violent behavior.
01:31:02>> This isn't a proper rehabilitation program.
01:31:04>> No kiddin'.
01:31:05>> This would create a monster.
01:31:07>> Who develops these programs?
01:31:09>> Well, cocteau industries, of course.
01:31:11But why would the cocteau send such a brute savage into our midst?
01:31:15>> Well, that's a good question.
01:31:17Why don't we go ask him?
01:31:18>> No, john spartan, you do not accuse the savior of our city of being connected with a multi-murderer death killer like simon phoenix.
01:31:24It's rude.
01:31:26>> I'll be subtle.
01:31:28I'm good at subtle.
01:31:32>> Mellow greetings.
01:31:33We are happy to welcome you to the cocteau behavioral engineering complex.
01:31:38Be well.
01:31:39>> Enhance your calm, john spartan.
01:31:47>> Dr. Cocteau: Mellow apologies for my lack of physical disposition, detective, but I do have an entire city-gov to run.
01:31:53>> Yeah, well, run this.
01:31:54You programmed phoenix's rehab to turn him into a terrorist.
01:31:58And I don't think his escape was an accident, either.
01:32:00>> Very subtle.
01:32:02>> Thank you.
01:32:03>> Now, outside the museum, why didn't he blow your brains out?
01:32:07What did you say?
01:32:08>> I honestly don't remember.
01:32:09Does it matter?
01:32:10>> Yeah, it matters.
01:32:11I saw the security disk.
01:32:12He had a full 10 seconds to figure out where to put the hole in your [ deleted ] head.
01:32:16>> John spartan, this display of barbaric behavior was unacceptable even in your time.
01:32:20>> Yeah, but it worked.
01:32:26When a man like phoenix has a gun to your head, 10 seconds is 9 and a half seconds longer than you live.
01:32:33>> Not everyone is as eager as you to resort to violence to solve all the difficulties in life.
01:32:38Even I begin to wonder if the chaos tnhe museum was the result of phoenix's presence or your own.
01:32:44I-- >> wonder about this [ deleted ].
01:32:48>> John spartan, you are fined one credit-- >> if you think you got this maniac under control, trust me, you don't.
01:32:52>> Is there something specific you plan to do with that archaic device?
01:32:55>> John spartan!
01:32:58>> No, I didn't think so.
01:33:00Detective, the only thing I haven't got under control is you.
01:33:05But that can be solved.
01:33:07You, my cro-magnon friend, are dead.
01:33:10Your family's dead, your past is dead.
01:33:13Dead things cannot affect the living.
01:33:16So, enjoy your moment of prehistoric bravado because after you leave here it will be over, like everything else in your life.
01:33:25Officer, return this man to cryo-stasis immediately.
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01:38:17This glorious day?
01:38:18>> Lamb: I'll wait here.
01:38:20>> Spartan: Let's go.
01:38:21>> Garcia: Oh, I don't know.
01:38:22>> Look, I do know.
01:38:23Now, turn that thing on.
01:38:24>> I hope you know what you're doing.
01:38:26 victor 23 degrees-- >> Lt. Huxley: But you're asking me to disobey a direct order.
01:38:30I'm to escort you to the cryo-prison.
01:38:31>> Look, you do what you got to do.
01:38:33I know what I got to do.
01:38:34I got to nail that maniac and put him on ice or that's where I'm gonna be.
01:38:37>> Enhance your calm, john spartan.
01:38:38>> Look, I've had it with enhancing my calm.
01:38:40I'm gonna find that psycho, phoenix, and enhance his calm, and when I'm done I'm gonna turn my attention to that cocteau.
01:38:45Now, you don't have to come with me, I can do it alone-- okay?
01:38:48>> Even if simon phoenix was programmed to escape, extinguish life and steal contraband weapons, why are you proceeding into the depth of wasteland?
01:38:55>> The reason why your city-wide manhunt didn't work was because phoenix was in the one place that "a" you can't monitor, "b" are afraid to go, and "c" don't give a [ deleted ] about.
01:39:04Now, I want to go down there.
01:39:06I want to find phoenix.
01:39:07I'm gonna put him in a hurt locker.
01:39:09So, you want to come with me?
01:39:11Or do you want to arrest me, huh?
01:39:13>> Okay, I'm with you.
01:39:15Let's go blow this guy.
01:39:19>> Away.
01:39:20Blow this guy away.
01:39:23>> Whatever.
01:39:28>> Hmm, she's got a way with words.
01:39:33>> Ugh.
01:39:39>> What's wrong, huxley?
01:39:40>> It's not very clean.
01:39:46>> A real garden spot.
01:39:48All right, which way, garcia?
01:39:50>> Twenty degrees tracking-- >> over there.
01:39:52>> All right, guys, be ready for anything.
01:40:01>> My dog's better than your dog my dog's better than yours my dog's better 'cause he gets kennel-ration my dog's-- >> hey!
01:40:09>> I'm sorry, but when I'm nervous, i-- >> homing signal tracking 15-- >> sorry.
01:40:14Oh, over here.
01:40:18[ Music ] >> oh!
01:40:36>> Ooh!
01:40:36>> Oh, what's that emanation?
01:40:38>> Oh, yeah!
01:40:40Oh, yeah!
01:40:42Come on, guys.
01:40:50[ Speaking spanish ] >> no, hey, just relax.
01:40:52All I want is a burger and a beer, if you got one.
01:40:55[ Speaking spanish ] >> how am I gonna pay?
01:40:59Huxley, it is better to give.
01:41:02[ Speaking spanish ] >> ah, want a slug?
01:41:10[ Speaking spanish ] >> oh, no, thank you.
01:41:15>> I think I'm gonna be sick.
01:41:17>> Oh, god, this is fantastic.
01:41:20You guys gotta try this.
01:41:21>> Oh, my.
01:41:22>> Just don't ask where the meat comes from.
01:41:24>> Huxley, what's that suppose to mean?
01:41:26>> Do you see any cows around here, detective?
01:41:28[ Speaking spanish ] [ speaking spanish ] >> rat?
01:41:38This is a rat burger?
01:41:45Not bad.
01:41:47Matter of fact, it's the best burger I've had in years.
01:41:51[ Speaking spanish ] see you later.
01:41:58[ Music ] >> they don't seem very hostile, john spartan.
01:42:20>> No, they don't.
01:42:31>> Now that's a thing of beauty.
01:42:35Huxley, do you know what this is?
01:42:37>> A 1970 oldsmobile 442, with a 455-cubic-inch engine, radial tires and-and bucket seats.
01:42:48>> I'm impressed.
01:42:50>> I studied.
01:42:51>> Friendly: So did i.
01:42:52Hand over the glow-rod.
01:42:54Your friends, too.
01:42:55Come on, move.
01:42:57>> Ouch.
01:43:04>> You got ball-balls, cop, coming down here after the show you put on.
01:43:07>> We're looking for a murder death killer.
01:43:09Can you help us, or just bully us with your primitive weapons?
01:43:17Well, maybe they're not so primitive.
01:43:22>> So, you think you're taking me in, huh?
01:43:25Guess what?
01:43:26Not happening.
01:43:26You tell cocteau he can kiss my ass.
01:43:28>> I don't want to rain on your parade, pal, but I don't know who the hell you are, let alone want to take you anywhere.
01:43:34So stay here, be well, and-and cocteau's an ass [ deleted ]!
01:43:37>> man: LET'S TAKE THEM And dump them up top.
01:43:40They're only here to spy on us.
01:43:42>> Wait a minute.
01:43:43You're the guy outside taco bell.
01:43:46>> Yeah-- what do you want?
01:43:49>> I guess you weren't part of the cocteau plan.
01:43:52>> Greed, deception, abuse of power-- that's no plan.
01:43:58>> That's why everybody's down here?
01:44:00>> You got that right.
01:44:01See, according to cocteau's plan, I'm the enemy, 'cause I like to think.
01:44:06I like to read.
01:44:08I'm into freedom of speech and freedom of choice.
01:44:10I'm the kind of guy to sit in a greasy spoon and wonder, "gee, should I have the t-bone steak or the jumbo rack of barbecued ribs with a " I want high cholesterol.
01:44:18I want to eat bacon, and butter and buckets of cheese, okay?
01:44:21I want to smoke a cuban cigar the size of cincinnati in a non-smoking section.
01:44:24I want to run through the streets naked with green jell-o all over my body readin' playboy magazine, and why?
01:44:29Because I suddenly might feel the need to.
01:44:30Okay, pal.
01:44:31I've seen the future.
01:44:32You know what it is?
01:44:33It's a 47-year-old virgin sittin' around in his space pajamas, drinkin' a banana-broccoli shake, singin' " you live up top, you live cocteau's way.
01:44:39What he wants, when he wants, how he wants.
01:44:41Your other choice?
01:44:42Come down here.
01:44:43Maybe starve to death.
01:44:45>> All right, then why don't you take charge and lead these people outta here?
01:44:48>> I'm no leader.
01:44:49I do what I have to do.
01:44:51Sometimes people come with me.
01:44:54All I want to do is bury cocteau up to his neck and let him think happy-happy thoughts fover.
01:44:58>> Then I got bad news.
01:44:59I think he wants to kill you.
01:45:05>> Phoenix: All right, gentlemen, let's review.
01:45:08The year is 2032.
01:45:10That's 2-0-3-2, as in the 21st century.
01:45:14And I'm sorry to say that the world has become a whipped, brady bunch version of itself, run by a bunch of robed sissies.
01:45:23All we have to do to run the whole thing is to kill a man named friendly, who put it all together.
01:45:31Ah, but there's .
01:45:35We get to kill the man who put most of us behind the freezer.
01:45:40>> You mean we get to kill john spartan?
01:45:43>> Exactly.
01:45:45I want you to loot, pillage, plunder.
01:45:47I want you to steal.
01:45:48I want you to do all the wonderful things that we used to do before all of this happened.
01:45:53This world will be ours!
01:45:55Let's bring back the good old days!
01:45:57Are you with me?
01:45:58>> Yeah!
01:45:59>> Are you with me?
01:46:00>> Yeah!
01:46:01>> Let's do it!
01:46:02>> Yeah! the men's room marathon.
01:47:06With lots of guys going over and over.
01:47:09And here's the dash to the men's room with lots of guys going urgently.
01:47:13And then there's the night game.
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01:50:30But I can find no fault in your logic.
01:50:32Simon phoenix is the perfect weapon to send out into the savage and other regions in which we stand.
01:50:37I'm impressed, john spartan.
01:50:39>> Friendly: You mean, they thawed this guy out just to kill me?
01:50:43I'm flattered.
01:50:44>> Spartan: Don't be flattered, be frightened.
01:50:47This guy's a certifiable nightmare.
01:50:49>> And that's why you're down here?
01:50:51>> Yeah.
01:50:52>> Phoenix: Oh, I must have done something right in a previous life.
01:50:57Can't imagine what that could've been.
01:51:01Two for the price of one.
01:51:03Let's take them, boys.
01:51:09>> Stay down!
01:51:17>> Boom!
01:51:34>> Quick, up on top.
01:51:43>> I'll be damned, like a new york cockroach.
01:51:56[ Music ] >> everything's gone wrong.
01:52:17[ Speaking spanish ] >> phoenix!
01:52:32There's an elevator shaft on top of this place.
01:52:37>> Does that mean we're going up?
01:52:39>> Momentito, señorita huxley.
01:52:40Come on.
01:52:59>> How nice!
01:53:00Must've been expecting me.
01:53:18>> Okay, now what?
01:53:19>> Buckle up.
01:53:36>> Ha-ha-ha!
01:53:44>> There he is.
01:53:45He's in my car.
01:53:52>> Damn it.
01:53:59What is happening to cops today, huh?
01:54:02Don't you know you are endangering the lives of civilians?
01:54:22>> Auto-inflate!
01:54:24>> Auto-inflate.
01:54:26>> Damn!
01:54:28>> Oh, that is just lovely.
01:54:31>> Huxley, drive!
01:54:33>> Okay, okay!
01:54:34I've read all about this, now-- okay.
01:54:38So what do I do?
01:54:39I just, I just push this pedal?
01:54:42Okay, okay.
01:54:43I got it, I got it.
01:54:48[ Music ] >> punch it, huxley.
01:54:55>> Excuse me?
01:54:56>> Push the pedal as hard as you can.
01:54:59Just catch up to 'em.
01:55:00>> Hold on.
01:55:01>> Go faster.
01:55:09>> No free rides!
01:55:16>> Emergency, doors open.
01:55:18>> Doors opening.
01:55:20>> Say hello to my little friend.
01:55:34>> Doors close!
01:55:36>> Malfunction.
01:55:42>> Computer, auto-drive.
01:55:44>> Auto-drive engaged.
01:55:46Going to give you a haircut, spartan.
01:55:49Remember those 40 bus passengers that you blew apart trying to catch me?
01:55:54They were already dead.
01:55:57Cold as haagen-dazs!
01:56:07Man, I went to jail with a 36-year smile.
01:56:11You're dead, spartan.
01:56:12>> Speak for yourself.
01:56:23>> Self-drive.
01:56:24>> Unable to execute.
01:56:26>> Self-drive, now!
01:56:27>> Malfunction.
01:56:28Unable to execute.
01:56:30>> Emergency!
01:56:32Go left.
01:56:35>> Self-drive engaged.
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02:01:07>> Lt. Huxley: John spartan?
02:01:09John spartan, are you in there?
02:01:12John spartan?
02:01:13>> Spartan: Who do you think it is, huxley?
02:01:15>> Oh-- oh.
02:01:23>> I thought your life force had been prematurely terminated.
02:01:26>> Yeah, I thought I was history, too.
02:01:29What the hell happened?
02:01:30All of a sudden, this car turned into a cannoli.
02:01:32>> It's secur-a-foam, and it saved your life.
02:01:35Look at you.
02:01:36You're in shambles.
02:01:37>> Ah, don't worry.
02:01:38I can fix it later.
02:01:39All I need is a needle and thread.
02:01:42>> Oh.
02:01:42>> Did I really say that, did i?
02:01:50>> Chief Earle: John spartan, you-you caveman, you're under arrest!
02:01:55You're to be returned to the cryo-prison.
02:01:59>> I heard all about that.
02:02:00We'll talk later, chief.
02:02:01Right now, I need something, anything, a shotgun, a flare gun.
02:02:04>> Spartan.
02:02:06>> What?
02:02:08>> Defensive red alert!
02:02:11Stun batons on.
02:02:14Ngeage yourselves.
02:02:15>> Relax.
02:02:16>> Well, look at you, you get a bump on the noggin and you think you're poncho villa?
02:02:21>> Garcia: Who?
02:02:22>>Never mind.
02:02:23>> Time to take a stand, pal.
02:02:24>> Well good, and while you're doing it, loan me a gun.
02:02:27Loan me two guns.
02:02:28>> You'd use these weapons of mass destruction against men and women who uphold the law?
02:02:32>> We use these weapons to shop for groceries, dick.
02:02:35>> Spartan, wait.
02:02:37You can't leave.
02:02:39You're under arrest.
02:02:40This very concept negates the possibility of your leaving.
02:02:44>> Skip it, chief.
02:02:45>> Lieutenant huxley!
02:02:47>> Chief, you can take this job and you can shovel it.
02:02:54>> "Take this job " >> yeah?
02:02:59>> Close enough.
02:03:03>> No-- no!
02:03:06Dr. Cocteau: I hadn't counted on this, but I must say, you worked out beautifully.
02:03:10People are terrified of you.
02:03:13>> Phoenix: What's new?
02:03:14People have always been terrified of me.
02:03:17>> Yes, but this time they're really intimidated.
02:03:21Now, I'll have carte blanche to create the perfect society.
02:03:28My society.
02:03:30San angeles will be a beacon of order, with the purity of an ant colony, and the beauty of a flawless pearl.
02:03:41>> That's who you remind .. an evil mr. rogers.
02:03:45Will you please kill him?
02:03:47He's pissing me off.
02:03:54>> Yeah.
02:03:58>> Put another log on the fire.
02:04:02I will love runnin' this place.
02:04:10Ah, well, now, what shall I do with you, hum, bobby?
02:04:17>> Bob: I am an excellent associate, sir.
02:04:20I would be delighted to continue my services during your administration.
02:04:24>> Huh, danzig, maybe we'll use him-- >> excuse me, but the police are here.
02:04:30>> Oh!
02:04:33[ Music ] >> I'm impressed.
02:05:30>> That man has died by my hands.
02:05:34>> It was either him or us, huxley.
02:05:37>> Oh, well, there is that.
02:05:38>> Anyway, where the hell did you learn to kick like that?
02:05:42>> Oh, um, jackie chan movies.
02:05:43>> Ah.
02:05:52>> Looks like the cocteau plan just went up in smoke.
02:05:55>> Rest in peace, raymond cocteau.
02:05:58Oh, john spartan, civilization as we know it will come to an end.
02:06:03What will we do?
02:06:04>> I don't know, but trust me this is better for you.
02:06:08What's that?
02:06:13>> Oh, this is bad.
02:06:15This is very bad.
02:06:16He's accessed the cryo-prison.
02:06:18He's about to defrost the entire multi-lifer wing.
02:06:20Most of them don't like you.
02:06:22>> Most of these guys don't even like their own mothers.
02:06:25They're bad boys, huxley.
02:06:26How many are there?
02:06:30>> Eighty, all without rehab.
02:06:33And they'll be re-animated within the hour.
02:06:35>> Oh, we gotta stop this.
02:06:38>> I'm not at all pleased about having caused the fatality of that deranged, cryo convict.
02:06:43I now understand that under certain circumstances that violence is necessary.
02:06:47>> Good.
02:06:52I hope you understand this.
02:06:57[ Music ] >> oh, I hope my butt didn't look like that.
02:07:06Okay, who do we have left that's good, huh?
02:07:09Oh, let's see, foulks, patrick.
02:07:12Jeffrey dahmer?
02:07:13I love that guy.
02:07:14Look, we've got to get him.
02:07:16How long before the rest are done?
02:07:18>> They're in the final stages of reanimation, sir.
02:07:19>> Great-- absolutely great.
02:07:24Thank you very much, but your services will no be longer required.
02:07:34>> Send a maniac to catch a maniac.
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02:08:22My doctor diagnosedit as fibromyalgia.
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02:12:30>> Attention-- attention.
02:12:33Cryo-prisoner defrosting re-animation sequence now entering final stage.
02:12:39Count down to re-animation of prisoner batches 219, 310, 480, and 570, ten minutes.
02:12:51>> Bob: That's it, the very last one.
02:12:54>> Phoenix: Excellent.
02:12:56>> Accessed.
02:12:59>> What the hell is that?
02:13:12>> Phoenix!
02:13:37>> Didn't expect that one, did you?
02:13:39Huh-- where you going?
02:13:40>> I wish you the best of luck, sir.
02:13:43>> Stupid.
02:13:51It's fun.
02:13:52How's it hanging, huh?
02:13:54I'm sure you're familiar with the long am of the law, aren't you?
02:14:02Oh, come on, spartan, why don't you struggle a little bit?
02:14:06Make me work for it, huh.
02:14:07What do you say?
02:14:08How about a little target practice.
02:14:11What do you say?
02:14:18Oops, ha-ha, didn't hurt your head?
02:15:02That's this one.
02:15:03You not gettin' out of this one.
02:15:08I could drop you in that vat of defrost, over there, and fry your ass like a chicken.
02:15:14With my little pinky.
02:15:59Damn, what am I doing wrong?
02:16:01>> Cryo-prisoner re-animation sequence now entering final stage.
02:16:12>> Is it cold in here, or is it just me?
02:16:16>> Good memory.
02:16:20[ Music ] >> I hate cops!
02:16:44Look into my eyes, john.
02:16:45I'll see you in hell.
02:16:47>> Not.
02:16:52[ Music ] >> this is the best day of my life.
02:18:04>> Heads up!
02:18:09[ Music ] >> Chief Earle: You have apprehended the villain responsible for the murder of our beloved dr. raymond cocteau?
02:19:02>> Well, I wouldn't " let's just say, " and the cryo-prison?
02:19:07That's is history, too.
02:19:10>> What'll we do?
02:19:13How will we live?
02:19:14>> Friendly: I'll tell you what we're gonna do, we're gonna go out drinking, all of us, and paint the town, literally.
02:19:18Put up graffiti, slogans, it'll be a blast.
02:19:20>> Whoa-whoa-whoa!
02:19:21I'm gonna tell you what you're gonna do.
02:19:23Why don't you get a little dirty, you, a lot clean, and ..
02:19:29I don't know, you'll figure it out.
02:19:31>> Garcia: Freakin'-a!
02:19:35>> Well put.
02:19:37>> Mister friendly.
02:19:38Edgar friendly?
02:19:39Greetings and salutations, edgar friendly, I'm associate bob.
02:19:43And may I say it would be a pleasure to assist you creatg a more humane-- >> bob!
02:19:48Let's talk about the hair, okay?
02:19:51>> Hair?
02:19:51>> Pick a color, all right, >> and lose the kimono.
02:19:53You look like a couch.
02:19:54>> Couch?
02:19:55What are you, a surgeon with these gloves?
02:20:00>> Thank you for rendering me unconscious.
02:20:04>> Huxley, I did it for your own good.
02:20:06>> We're supposed to be a team.
02:20:08>> We are.
02:20:17>> Oh, my.
02:20:19Are all fluid transfer activities like this?
02:20:22>> Better.
02:20:23>> Better?
02:20:25Oh, my.
02:20:29>> I think I'm gonna like the future.
02:20:32>> Now that you've demolished everything.
02:20:35But there's just one thing I want to know.
02:20:37>> Hmm?
02:20:38>> How's that damn ♪♪♪
02:21:07(announcer) "THE PRISONER," A THREE-NIGHT Event, coming to amc, starring ian mckellen of "the lord of the rings" and "x-men," and jim caviezel.
02:21:18How I got here?
02:21:20I am not a number.
02:21:36(gun shot echoing) ♪♪♪
02:21:47What were you doing in the mountains, six?
02:21:52I was-- what did you call me?
02:21:56(rapid firing) (Two) WHERE IS THE OLD MAN?
02:22:01Tell them all that I got out.
02:22:04I don't even know how I got to this place.
02:22:06I wanna get back to new york.
02:22:09That's not possible.
02:22:12There is no new york.
02:22:14There's only the village.
02:22:20(Six) WHERE IS THIS PLACE?
02:22:22This is the village.
02:22:23Yeah, but what village?
02:22:24Hey, man, what gives with you?
02:22:25This isthevillage, and I do local destinations.
02:22:28Hey, hey, hey!
02:22:33I wish you wouldn't fight it.
02:22:35Fight what? reality.
02:22:39And if he can do it, I can.
02:22:44I'd like to buy a map-- biggest one you got.
02:22:48Big enough for ya?
02:22:49You are here and-- where's the road outta here?
02:22:52Oh, you crack me up, six.
02:22:55You have not seen me before.
02:22:57Welcome to the village.
02:22:58Everybody knows everybody.
02:23:01Be seeing ya.
02:23:04He is resistant.
02:23:07He's different.
02:23:07(313) Six, look, I understand that you believe these things.
02:23:10But, please, don't meddle in other people's lives.
02:23:14(Six) CAN YOU HONESTLY TELL ME That the village is all that there is?
02:23:19You're one of us.
02:23:20That's the truth.
02:23:23(woman) ISN'T IT BEAUTIFUL?
02:23:25Who are you people?
02:23:28Where have you come from?
02:23:29We just got off the bus.
02:23:30But where did you get on the bus?
02:23:32Well, the village.
02:23:34No, this is the village.
02:23:36You've arrived here.
02:23:37Well, isn't that just the wildest thing?
02:23:40(breathing heavy) I dream this, all of the time.
02:23:47What is it?
02:23:48This is more real than anything out there.
02:23:50This is the first bibit of hope I've been given since I got here.
02:23:56A hole in the sky?
02:23:57Aliens landing secretly in the night?
02:24:01A mysterious road that leads beyond-beyond-beyond?
02:24:04A magic gateway, perhaps?
02:24:05Some portal leading into never-never land?
02:24:10The problem is in your mind.
02:24:21what is it, 11-12?
02:24:22Why is six so convinced there is another place?
02:24:24Because for people like six, ..
02:24:30The simple life.
02:24:34They want to escape it.
02:24:39I have the perfect muse of a simulation for him.
02:24:41I know six better than six knows six.
02:24:45He's in love with his own humanity.
02:24:47He only wants to do the right thing.
02:24:52That is what will give him to me.
02:25:04and you.
02:25:08The, caring, sharing doctor with the big, beautiful eyes, and the nice girly smile to soften me up?
02:25:15Get me to talk?
02:25:16Ha. of course, you doubt me-- you doubt everything.
02:25:19But that's not you speaking, six.
02:25:21That's your condition.
02:25:23My condition is that I'm being held here against my will.
02:25:29no harm must come to six.
02:25:30He must survive.
02:25:32But he can suffer.
02:25:33(dogs barking in distance) They're after me.
02:25:40(Six) I WANT OUT.
02:25:42(Two) YOU'VE TRIED THAT.
02:25:43There is no out.
02:25:46(quiet chuckling) There is only in.
02:25:55(Two) YOU REFUSE TO OPEN YOUR MIND To the possibility that you're wrong.
02:25:59If I open my mind, you'll take it away from me.
02:26:04We might.
02:26:05But we will always give it back.
02:26:09(70) Something happened in you, your memory.
02:26:15You can't cure your thinking with your thinking, six.
02:26:18You have to hand it over.
02:26:22I see your fear, 70.
02:26:24You know you're a prisoner here just like me.
02:26:27But you don't wanna know.
02:26:29Well, I refuse to become you.
02:26:32(313) The people here, they get on with it.
02:26:33But they're decent, ordinary people.
02:26:39What kind of lives do they have then?
02:26:42Is there another place?
02:26:44There is.
02:26:44You gotta help me get out.
02:26:46They vanish.
02:26:48What do you mean, "they vanish"?
02:26:50They go for treatment. what treatment?
02:26:52(woman screaming) PLEASE, NO!
02:26:54(313) I don't ask.
02:27:00something's coming.
02:27:02I can feel it.
02:27:03(313) Please, don't make things worse, six.
02:27:09(radio announcer) ROLLING THROUGH TRAFFIC.
02:27:10It's the same on the g.w. as the jersey turnpike.
02:27:13It's hell on four wheels out there.
02:27:16Did you hear that?
02:27:18Hear what, man?
02:27:32Where is the village?
02:27:34You want to know the truth?
02:27:36I want to go there, to the other place.
02:27:38The village is best for us.
02:27:41(Six) COME WITH US.
02:27:43I live here.
02:27:44The village is best for me.
02:27:47(Two) IT IS, AS IT IS...
02:27:50As it should be.
02:27:54it's not necessary for me to believe.
02:27:57It is necessary for six to believe.
02:28:02Good morning, six.
02:28:03(giggling) I'm 415.
02:28:08(Six) I FEEL LIKE I KNOW YOU ALREADY, .. before the village.
02:28:15(Two) WE HAVE CHOICES, So long as we can live with the consequences.
02:28:21Nine-o-nine here, he's an undercover.
02:28:23I want you work with 909, six.
02:28:26You think I'd work for you?
02:28:27I know you want to make contact with dreamers.
02:28:31I offer you the apparatus and expertise of our highly trained and well-financed undercover operations to do just that.
02:28:40Why would you give me all that, if it wasn't a trap?
02:28:44Oh, my dear six, it is a trap.
02:28:47I wondered if you would be clever enough ..