100+ Jerry Maguire Quotes that explains about the Value of Things other

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Jerry Maguire Quotes that explains about the value of things other than money. There are so many Jerry Maguire quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Jerry Maguire quotes exists just do that.

Directed and produced by the great American writer Cameron Crowe, Jerry Maguire is an American film released in 1996 which portrays sports as its basic theme. This comedy-drama was a 139 minutes long film which was inspired by Leigh Brooks, an American sports agent. Tom Cruise, Renee Zellweger and Cuba Gooding play the major roles in this film. Released in 1996 December 13, the film was distributed by the TriStar Pictures.

It was a fifty million dollar film which grossed about $273.6 million worldwide. Jerry Maguire was one of the top releases in the year 1996. The film was nominated for many awards. Tom Cruise was nominated as the best actor in the Academy Awards. Nominated five times in Academy Awards and three times in the golden globe, the film has accepted many appreciations from all over the world. The film also received many positive reviews from Rotten Tomatoes one of the well-known film review websites.

The protagonist of the film, Jerry Maguire, is a sports agent who was successful in his profession. He had all the respect, a glamorous fiancé and numerous high-status clients. But one night when the question about his purpose of life came in the film takes a diversion. He writes a statement in which he explains the fact that an agent should concern more about his clients than money. This led him to be fired. Maguire, before leaving the office, asks whether anybody is willing to come with him. But nobody said yes except Dorothy, a widow whom he met at the airport. He lost most of his clients. But Rod Tidwell stood by him. Rod has a beautiful wife who is his greatest fan. Their relationship reflects the perfect love story.

In contrary to that Maguire was falling in his engagement with Avery Bishop who leaves the plot soon. Dorothy, who was just an accountant at first, becomes the most important person in Maguire’s life. Jerry trains Rod to play with his heart out. This film is not just about sports but also about romance. The film ends with two men who discovered things beyond the value of money.

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We have dug up these Jerry Maguire quotes from the depths of the internet and brought together best of these sayings in a single article. This post is probably the biggest database of Jerry Maguire Sayings in a single place. These famous Jerry Maguire quotes have the power to change your life by giving a novel outlook about the way you observe different aspects of your life. Hence, these popular Jerry Maguire quotes should be read with caution and proper understanding of the context. Here are tons of Jerry Maguire quotes that will open a treasure chest of Wisdom and experiences: –

“THE F***ING ZOO’S CLOSED, RAY.”

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“DO YOU KNOW THE HUMAN HEAD WEIGHS EIGHT POUNDS?”

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“IS IT MY IMAGINATION, OR DIDN’T WE ARRIVE IN A LIMO?”

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“WE LIVE IN A CYNICAL WORLD. A CYNICAL WORLD.”

Jerry Maguire best quotes“JUST SHUT UP AND PLAY THE GAME WITH YOUR HEART.”

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“SHOW ME THE MONEY!!”

“YOU COMPLETE ME.”

“YOU HAD ME AT HELLO.’ Sometimes, less is more. Sometimes one word is all you need to say how you feel, instead of a load of old waffly guff. That one word might be ‘Hello’, or ‘Netflix’ or ‘Pint?’, but it’s all you need to get your point across.”

“I DIDN’T SHOPLIFT THE POOTIE.”

“I AM OUT HERE FOR YOU. YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE ME OUT HERE FOR YOU. IT IS AN UP-AT-DAWN, PRIDE-SWALLOWING SIEGE THAT I WILL NEVER FULLY TELL YOU ABOUT.”

“HELP ME… HELP YOU. HELP ME, HELP YOU.”

“YOU ARE HANGING ON BY A VERY THIN THREAD AND I DIG THAT ABOUT YOU”

“TWENTY-FOUR HOURS AGO, MAN, I WAS HOT! NOW… I’M A CAUTIONARY TALE.”

“I’M STILL SORT OF MOVED BY YOUR “MY WORD IS STRONGER THAN OAK” THING.”

“I HATED MYSELF. NO, NO, NO, HERE’S WHAT IT WAS: I HATED MY PLACE IN THE WORLD.”

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“DON’T WORRY, I’M NOT GONNA DO WHAT YOU ALL THINK I’M GONNA DO, WHICH IS, YOU KNOW… FLIP OUT!!”

“I’VE HAD THREE LOVERS IN THE PAST FOUR YEARS, AND THEY ALL RAN A DISTANT SECOND TO A GOOD BOOK AND A WARM BATH.”

“I AIR-DRY.”

“I LOVE HIM! I LOVE HIM FOR THE MAN HE WANTS TO BE. AND I LOVE HIM FOR THE MAN HE ALMOST IS.”

“I DON’T HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS. IN LIFE, TO BE HONEST, I FAILED AS MUCH AS I HAVE SUCCEEDED. BUT I LOVE MY WIFE. I LOVE MY LIFE. AND I WISH YOU MY KIND OF SUCCESS.”

“In this age, optimism like that is a revolutionary act.”

“Have you ever gotten the feeling that you aren’t completely embarassed yet, but you glimpse tomorrow’s embarrassment?”

“IT’S NOT JUST THE ‘COIN. IT’S THE… – ‘THE KUAN.’”

“THE F—KING ZOO’S CLOSED, RAY.”

“I LOVE HIM! I LOVE HIM FOR THE MAN HE WANTS TO BE, AND I LOVE HIM FOR THE MAN HE ALMOST IS.”

“JUST SHUT UP AND PLAY THE GAME WITH YOUR HEART.”

“YOU HAD ME AT HELLO.”

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“Jerry Maguire: Towel?
Rod Tidwell: Naah, I air dry
Rod Tidwell: Nah, I air dry.”

“Jerry Maguire: I’ll tell you why you don’t have your $ million. You play for the money. You play with your head, not your heart. When you get on the field, it’s all about what you didn’t get. Who’s to blame. Who’s got the contract you didn’t get. That is not what inspires people! Shut up! Play the game from your heart. Then I’ll show you the kwan. And that’s the truth!
Jerry Maguire: All right, I’ll tell you why you don’t have your ten million dollars. Right now, you are a paycheck player. You play with your head, not your heart. In your personal life, heart. But when you get on the field it’s all about what you didn’t get. Who’s to blame. Who won through the pass. Who’s got the contract you don’t. Who’s not giving you your love. You know what, that is not what inspires people. That is not what inspires people! Shut up! Play the game, play it from your heart. And you know what, I’ll show you the kwan. And that’s the truth, man! That’s the truth. Can you handle it? It’s just a question between friends, you know. Oh, and when they call you ‘shrimp,’ I’m the one who defends you!”

“Jerry Maguire: I am out here for you. You don’t know what it’s like to be ME out here for YOU. It is an up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege that I will never fully tell you about, ok? Help me… help you. Help me, help you.
Jerry Maguire: I am out here for you. You don’t know what it’s like to be ME out here for YOU. It is an up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege that I will never fully tell you about, okay? Help me… help you. Help me, help you.”

“Jerry Maguire: Hello. I’m looking for my wife. Alright. If this is where it has to happen, then this is where it has to happen. I’m not letting you get rid of me. How about that? This used to be my specialty. I was good in a living room. Send me in there, I’ll do it alone. And now I just… I don’t know…but our little company had a good night tonight. A really big night. But it wasn’t complete, it wasn’t nearly close to being in the same vicinity as complete, because I couldn’t share it with you. I couldn’t hear your voice, or laugh about it with you. I missed my wife. We live in a cynical world, and we work in a business of tough competitors, I love you. You complete me. And I just…
Dorothy Boyd: Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at hello.”

“Jerry Maguire: I’ll go back to them.
Marcee Tidwell: And say what? “Please remove your dick from my ass”?! I’m sorry. I’m just a little pregnant right now.”

“Rod Tidwell: It’s something very personal, a very important thing. Hell! It’s a family motto. Are you ready Jerry? I wanna make sure you’re ready, brother. Here it is: Show me the money. Show! Me! The! Money! Jerry, it is such a pleasure to say that! Say it with me one time, Jerry.
Jerry Maguire: Show you the money.
Rod Tidwell: No, no. You can do better than that! I want you to say it brother with meaning! Hey, I got Bob Sugar on the other line I bet you he can say it!
Jerry Maguire: Yeah, yeah, no, no, no. Show you the money.
Rod Tidwell: No! Not show you! Show me the money!”

“Jerry Maguire: Help me help you
Jerry Maguire: Help me help you.”

“Dorothy Boyd: First class, that’s what’s wrong. It used to be a better meal, now it’s a better life.”

“Dorothy Boyd: In this age, optimism like that is a revolutionary act.”

“Jerry Maguire: We live in a cynical world. A cynical world. And we work in a business of tough competitors. I love you. You… complete me.”

“Dicky Fox: Hey, I don’t have all the answers. In life, to be honest, I failed as much as I have succeeded. But I love my wife. I love my life. And I wish you my kind of success.”

“Jesus of CopyMat: That’s how you become great, man. Hang your balls out there!”

“Rod Tidwell: Ya Know
Rod Tidwell: Ya know.”

“Jerry Maguire: I will not rest until I have you holding a Coke, wearing your own shoe, playing a Sega game *featuring you*, while singing your own song in a new commercial, *starring you*, broadcast during the Superbowl, in a game that you are winning, and I will not *sleep* until that happens. I’ll give you fifteen minutes to call me back.”

“Himself: Hey, I don’t have all the answers. In life, to be honest, I failed as much as I have succeeded. But I love my wife. I love my life. And I wish you my kind of success.”

“Dorothy Boyd: First class, that’s what’s wrong. It used to be a better meal, now it’s a better life.”

“Jerry Maguire: I love you. You… you complete me. And I just…
Dorothy Boyd: Shut up, just shut up. You had me at “hello”.
Dorothy Boyd: Shut up, just shut up. You had me at ‘hello’.”

“Dorothy Boyd: I just want to be inspired.”

“Dorothy Boyd: I love him! I love him for the man he wants to be. And I love him for the man he almost is.”

“Jerry Maguire: FINE!!!
Jerry Maguire: FINE!”

“Rod Tidwell: Jerry Maguire, my agent. You’re my ambassador of Kwan.”

“Jerry Maguire: I Love you……….You Complete Me
Jerry Maguire: I love you. You complete me.”

“Jerry Maguire: I couldn’t escape the simple thought that I hated myself, no thats not it, I hated my place in the world.
Jerry Maguire: I couldn’t escape the simple thought that I hated myself… no, I hated my place in the world.”

“Dorothy Boyd: Stop…just stop. You had me at hello.
Dorothy Boyd: Stop… just stop. You had me at hello.”

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“Rod Tidwell: Scream it, Jerry!”

“Jerry Maguire: Help me, Help You!
Jerry Maguire: Help me… help you.”

“Ray Boyd: The human head weighs 8 pounds.”

“Jerry Maguire: You complete me.”

“Jerry Maguire: SHOW ME THE MONEY!!!”

“Dorothy Boyd: You had me at ‘Hello’.”

“Rod Tidwell: Show me the money!”

“Who had I become? Just another shark in a suit? Two days later at our corporate conference in Miami, a breakthrough. Breakdown? Breakthrough. I couldn’t escape one simple thought: I hated myself. No, no, no, here’s what it was: I hated my place in the world. I had so much to say and no one to listen. And then it happened. It was the oddest, most unexpected thing. I began writing what they call a mission statement. Not a memo, a mission statement. You know, a suggestion for the future of our company. A night like this doesn’t come along very often. I seized it. What started out as one page became twenty-five. Suddenly, I was my father’s son again. I was remembering the simple pleasures of this job, how I ended up here out of law school, the way a stadium sounds when one of my players performs well on the field. The way we are meant to protect them in health and in injury. With so many clients, we had forgotten what was important.
I wrote and wrote and wrote and wrote and I’m not even a writer. I was remembering even the words of the original sports agent, my mentor, the late great Dickie Fox who said: ‘The key to this business is personal relationships.’ Suddenly, it was all pretty clear. The answer was fewer clients. Less money. More attention. Caring for them, caring for ourselves and the games, too. Just starting our lives, really. Hey – I’ll be the first to admit, what I was writing was somewhat touchy-feely. I didn’t care. I have lost the ability to bullshit. It was the me I’d always wanted to be. I took it in a bag to a Copymat in the middle of the night and printed up a hundred and ten copies. Even the cover looked like The Catcher in the Rye. I entitled it ‘The Things We Think and Do Not Say: The Future of Our Business.’…Everybody got a copy…I was 35. I had started my life.”

“Bob Sugar said I don’t understand what it’s like to be a black man? I’m Mister black people!”

“I will not rest until I have you holding a Coke, wearing your own shoe, playing a Sega game featuring you, while singing your own song in a new commercial, starring you, broadcast during the Superbowl, in a game that you are winning, and I will not sleep until that happens. I’ll give you fifteen minutes to call me back.”

“Look I don’t have all the answers. To be honest, in life, I failed as often as I succeeded. But I love my wife. I love my life. And I wish you my kind of success.”

“I got a shelf life of ten years, tops. My next contract’s gotta bring me the dollars that’ll last me and mine a long time. Shit, I’m out of this sport in 5 years. What’s my family gonna live on? Huh?”

“Anyone else would have left you by now, but I’m sticking with you. And if I have to ride your ass like Zorro, you’re gonna show me the money.”

“Avery: [while having sex] Don’t ever stop fucking me!
Jerry: Sooner or later, we’ll have to stop.
Avery: Never been better. Never better! Never better! Open your eyes. If you ever want me to be with another woman with you, I would do it. I’m not interested in it. There was a time, yes, it felt normal for me. But it was a phase. A college thing. Like torn Levis or law school for you.”

“Ray: What’s wrong, mom?
Dorothy: First class is what’s wrong. It used to be a better meal. Now it’s a better life.”

“Rod: Now to recap, I want to stay in Arizona. I want my new contract. I like you, you’re nice to my wife.
Jerry: That’s that’s great. I’m really… happy.
Rod: Are you listenin’?
Jerry: Yes!
Rod: This is what I’m gonna do for you: God bless you, Jerry. But this is what you gonna do for me, Jerry?
Jerry: Yeah, what can I do for you, Rod? You just tell me what can I do for you?
Rod: It’s something very personal, a very important thing. Hell! It’s a family motto. Are you ready Jerry? I wanna make sure you’re ready, brother. Here it is: Show me the money. Show! Me! The! Money! Jerry, it is such a pleasure to say that! Say it with me one time, Jerry.
Jerry: Show you the money.
Rod: No, no. You can do better than that! I want you to say it brother with meaning! Hey, I got Bob Sugar on the other line I bet you he can say it!
Jerry: Yeah, yeah, no, no, no. Show you the money.
Rod: No! Not show you! Show me the money!
Jerry: Show me the money!
Rod: Yeah! Louder!
Jerry: Show me the money!
Rod: I need to feel you Jerry!
Jerry: Show me the money! Show me the money!
Rod: I love black people.
Jerry: I love black people!
Rod: Who’s your motherfucker, Jerry?
Jerry: You’re my motherfucker! Show me the money!
Rod: Uh! Congratulations, you’re still my agent.”

“Jerry: Well, don’t worry. Don’t worry. I’m not gonna do what you all think I’m gonna do, which is just flip out! But let me just, let me just say, as I ease out of the office I helped build – I’m sorry, but it’s a fact! – that there is such a thing as manners, a way of treating people. [pointing to an aquarium in the office] These fish have manners. These fish have manners. In fact, they’re coming with me. I’m starting a new company, and the fish will come with me. You can call me sentimental. The fish – they’re coming with me. [nets one of the gold fishes and places it inside a baggie] Okay. If anybody else wants to come with me, this moment will be the moment of something real and fun and inspiring in this God-forsaken business, and we will do it together. Who’s comin’ with me? Who’s coming with me? Who’s coming with me besides ‘Flipper’ here? This is embarrassing.
Dorothy: [stands] I will go with you. [whispers to Jerry] Right now?”

“Jerry: I started talking with Dennis Wilburn about your renegotiation.
Rod: Talking. Jerry Rice, Andre Reed, Cris Carter… I smoke all these fools. They are making the big sweet dollars. They are making the… kwan, and you are talking.
Jerry: Kwan. That’s your word?
Rod: Yeah, man, it means love, respect, community… and the dollars too. The whole package. The kwan.
Jerry: Great word. Tao?
Rod: No, I air-dry.
Jerry: Rod, I say this with great respect, but those players you mentioned are marquee players…
Rod: Marquee?!?
Jerry: Here’s what I’m saying. This is a renegotiation. We want more from them, so let’s show them more from us. Let’s show them your pure joy of the game, let’s bury the attitude a little, let’s show them —
Rod: You’re telling me to dance.
Jerry: No, I’m saying to be —
Rod: “Love me love me love me… put me on t.v.” That’s the iconography of racism, man!
Jerry: Rod, I’m not a racist. I’m telling you to be the best version of you, to get back to the guy who first started playing this game. Way back when you were a kid. It wasn’t just about the money, was it?…Was it?
Rod: Do your job, man, don’t tell me to dance.
Jerry: Fine. Fine. Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine.
Rod: I’m an athlete, not an entertainer. These are the ABC’s of ME. Get it? I do not dance. Breathe! Breathe, Jerry.
Jerry: I am out here for you. You don’t know what it’s like to be me. It is an up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege that I will never fully tell you about, okay?! God. Help me! Help me, Rod. Help me help you. Help me help you. Help me help you. I’m sorry.
Rod: You are hanging on by a very thin thread. And I dig that about you! No contract? I’ll help me, I’ll help you, help everybody! That’s my man.
Jerry: Hey, I’m happy to entertain you.
Rod: Help me! Help me!
Jerry: See you in Los Angeles.
Rod: Jerry. Come on, man. See, that’s the difference between us. You think we’re fighting. I think we’re talking. Unless you love everybody, you can’t sell anybody.”

“Dorothy: Maybe I am taking advantage. Am I a bad person? All I know is that I found someone who was charming and popular and not-so-nice to me — and he died. Okay? So why should I let this guy go, when everything in my body says this one is the one.
Laurel: Easy, hon, I was just looking for fun details —
Dorothy: Oh, well, why didn’t you say so? And oh, I don’t know if you’re interested in this detail, but I was just about to tell you that I love him. I love him, and I don’t care what you think. I love him for the man he wants to be, and I love him for the man he almost is. I love him.”

“[Looking over an inadequate contract offer]
Jerry: I’ll go back to them.
Marcee: And say what? “Please remove your dick from my ass”?! I’m sorry. I’m just a little pregnant right now.”

“Jerry: Can I ask you a question totally unrelated to your career?
Rod: Oh, we gonna be friends now?
Jerry: What do you know about dating a single mother?
Rod: Oh I know plenty. I was raised by a single mother.
Jerry: Tell me, because it’s been a month, and she’s about to take another job in San Diego.
Rod: First, single mothers don’t “date.” They have been to the circus, you know what I’m saying? They have been to the puppet show and they have seen the strings. You love her?
Jerry: How do I know?
Rod: You know when you know. It makes you shiver, it eats at your insides. You know?
Jerry: No, I don’t know.
Rod: Then you gotta have The Talk.
Jerry: But I sure don’t like that she’s leaving.
Rod: Well, that ain’t fair to her. A single mother, that’s a sacred thing, man.
Jerry: The kid is amazing.
Rod: No. A real man does not shoplift the pootie from a single mom.
Jerry: I didn’t “shoplift the pootie.” We were thrown together and — I mean it’s two mutual people who — Alright, I shoplifted the pootie.
Rod: Shame on you. Shame on you.”

“Jerry: I have a question for you, Rod: are we really friends?
Rod: Why not?
Jerry: I mean, because, friends can tell each other anything if we have our “friends” hats on, right?
Rod: I think so.
Jerry: All right. I’ll tell you why you don’t have your $10 million yet. Right now, you are a paycheck player. You play with your head, not your heart. In your personal life, heart. But when you get on the field, it’s all about what you didn’t get, who’s to blame, who under threw the pass, who’s got the contract you don’t, who’s not giving you your love. And you know what? That is not what inspires people. That is not what inspires people. Just shut up and play the game. Play it from your heart, and you know what? I will show you the quan. And that’s the truth, man! That’s the truth. Can you handle it? It’s just a question between friends, you know? Oh, and when they call you “shrimp”, I’m the one who defends you!
Rod: I don’t want to be friends no more.
Jerry: Fine.
Rod: And quit using that word, “quan”, that’s my word!
Jerry: I’ll see you in L.A.
Rod: No heart… no heart? I’M ALL HEART, MOTHERFUCKER!”

“Dorothy: I took advantage of you and worst of all, I’m not alone. I did this with a kid. I was just on some ride where I thought I was in 1ove enough for both of us. I did this. And at least I can do something about it now.
Jerry: Well — I’m not the guy who’s going to run. I stick.
Dorothy: I don’t need you to “stick.”
Jerry: What do you want from me? My soul?
Dorothy: Why not? I deserve that much.
Jerry: What if I’m just not built that way?
Dorothy: I think we made a mistake here.
Jerry: What if it’s true? “Great at friendship bad at intimacy.” I mean, come on. It’s the theme of my bachelor party film —
Dorothy: I know. I watched it. I sort of know it by heart.
Jerry: I don’t like to give up.
Dorothy: Oh please. My need to make the best of things, and your need to be what, “responsible”… if one of us doesn’t say something now we might lose ten years being polite about it. Why don’t we call this next road trip what it is. A nice long break.
Jerry: What about Ray?
Dorothy: There’s no question you’ll be friends. Of course you’ll be friends.
Jerry: So this break… is a break-up.
Dorothy: Come on, Jerry. You know this isn’t easy for me. I mean, on the surface, you’d almost think everything was fine. See, I’ve got this great guy who loves my kid — and he sure does like me a lot. I can’t live that way. It’s not the way I’m built.”

“Jerry: Hello. I’m looking for my wife. Alright. If this is where it has to happen, then this is where it has to happen. I’m not letting you get rid of me. How about that? This used to be my specialty. I was good in a living room. Send me in there, I’ll do it alone. And now I just… I don’t know…but our little company had a good night tonight. A really big night. But it wasn’t complete, it wasn’t nearly close to being in the same vicinity as complete, because I couldn’t share it with you. I couldn’t hear your voice, or laugh about it with you. I missed my wife. We live in a cynical world, and we work in a business of tough competitors, I love you. You complete me. And I just—
Dorothy: Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at hello.”

“Everybody loved him… Everybody disappeared.”

“The rest of his life begins now.”

“The journey is everything.”

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“Show me the money!”

“Jerry Maguire:
I am out here for you. You don’t know what it’s like to be ME out here for YOU. It is an up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege that I will never fully tell you about, ok?”

“Dicky Fox:
The key to this business is personal relationships.”

“Jerry Maguire:
I don’t like black people? I am Mister black people.”

“Bob Sugar:
It’s not “show friends.” It’s show *business*.”

“Jerry Maguire:
I lost the number one draft pick the night before the draft!”

“Rod Tidwell:
Well, boo-f***ing-hoo.”

“Laurel:
Don’t cry at the beginning of a date. Cry at the end, like I do.”

“Dorothy:
Look at me Laurel, I’m the oldest 26 year old in the world.”

“Dorothy:
On the surface, everything seems fine. I’ve got this great guy. And he loves my kid. And he sure does like me a lot. And I can’t live like that. It’s not the way I’m built.”

“Rod Tidwell:
I got a shelf life of ten years, tops. My next contract’s gotta bring me the dollars that’ll last me and mine a long time. Shit, I’m out of this sport in 5 years. What’s my family gonna live on? Huh?”

“Rod Tidwell:
Anyone else would have left you by now, but I’m sticking with you. And if I have to ride your ass like Zorro, you’re gonna show me the money.”

“Jerry Maguire:
I’m still sort of moved by your “My word is stronger than oak” thing.”

“Tyson Tidwell:
That’s my mo-fo.”

“Jerry Maguire:
I will not rest until I have you holding a Coke, wearing your own shoe, playing a Sega game *featuring you*, while singing your own song in a new commercial, *starring you*, broadcast during the Superbowl, in a game that you are winning, and I will not *sleep* until that happens. I’ll give you fifteen minutes to call me back.”

“Laurel:
You f*** this up, I’ll kill you!”

“Jerry Maguire:
I’m glad we had this talk.”

“Rod Tidwell:
You are hanging on by a very thin thread and I dig that about you!”

“Ethan:
Everybody loves you. Pisses me off.”

“Jerry Maguire:
I’m not trying to make history here.”

“Jerry Maguire:
That’s great. I’m very… happy.”

“Rod Tidwell:
That’s what I’m gonna do for you. God bless you, Jerry. Now this is what you’re gonna do for me. You listening?”

“Jerry Maguire:
Yeah, yeah, what can I do for YOU, Rod?”

“Rod Tidwell:
It’s a very personal, very important thing. Hell, it’s a family motto. Now are you ready? Just checking to make sure you’re ready (Rod turns his boom box real low) here it is – show me the money. (He now blasts the boom box at full level) OHHH! SHOW! ME! THE! MONEY! Doesn’t it make you feel good just to say that, Jerry? Say it with me one time brother!”

“Jerry Maguire:
…Show you the money.”

“Rod Tidwell:
Oh, come on, you can do better than that! I want you to say it brother with meaning! Hey, I got Bob Sugar on the other line I better hear you say it!”

“Jerry Maguire:
Yeah, ye – no, show you the money!”

“Rod Tidwell:
AH! Not show YOU! Show ME the money!”

“Jerry Maguire:
Show me the money!”

“Rod Tidwell:
Yeah, that’s it brother but you got to yell that shit!”

“Jerry Maguire:
Show me the money!”

“Rod Tidwell:
Louder!”

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