Public EnemyDVD - 2005
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Mike Powers: "All I've got to say, Tom, is that you've got a good job now. You don't need these rats that you're running around with." Tom Powers: "I suppose you want me to go to night school and read poems."
Tom Powers (at a celebratory dinner held for his brother): "So beer ain't good enough for you, huh?" Mike Powers: "Do you think I care if there was just beer in that keg? I know what's in it. I know what you've been doing all this time, how you got those clothes and those new cars. You've been telling Ma that you've gone into politics, that you're on the city payroll. Pat Burke told me everything. You murderers! There's not only beer in that jug. There's beer and blood - blood of men!" (he throws the keg into the corner, smashing a table) Tom Powers (stands): "You ain't changed a bit... Besides, your hands ain't so clean. You killed and liked it. You didn't get them medals for holding hands with them Germans."
Tom Powers (shuffles to the breakfast table in his pajamas): "Ain't you got a drink in the house?" Kitty: "Well, not before breakfast, dear." Tom Powers: "... I didn't ask you for any lip. I asked you if you had a drink." Kitty: "I know Tom, but I, I wish that..." Tom Powers: "...there you go with that wishin' stuff again. I wish you was a wishin' well. So that I could tie a bucket to ya and sink ya." Kitty: "Well, maybe you've found someone you like better." (Tom grimaces and shoves a halved grapefruit in her face)
Matt Doyle (about Gwen): "Gee, she's a honey. I could go for her myself." Tom Powers: "What do you mean, you could go for her yourself? You could go for an eighty year old chick with rheumatism."
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