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  • Laurie: It's my first time...so just bear with me.
    Laurie: It's my first time, so just bear with me.
    Steven: What are you doing?
    Laurie: My, my...what big eyes you have.
    Laurie: My, my. What big eyes you have.

  • Steven: My, my...what big eyes you have.
    Steven: My, my. What big eyes you have.

  • Danielle: (about Laurie) - Mom always said she was the runt of the litter.
    Danielle: (about Laurie) Mom always said she was the runt of the litter.

  • Schrader: Rhonda, calm down. It was all just a trick. Look, none of this is real. It was just a trick - A bad joke.
    Schrader: Rhonda, calm down. It was all just a trick. Look, none of this is real. It was just a trick. A bad joke.
    Macy: I'd say it was a pretty good one.

  • Macy: It happened 30 years ago...on a late Halloween afternoon. A school bus was on its usual route. But this wasn't your typical school bus...and they weren't your typical kids. There were eight of them...and they were different. Troubled. Disturbed. Every day, parents put their dirty secrets on this bus...to be driven to a school miles outside of town. But that day...the driver took a different route. And instead of taking the students home...he drove the bus to an abandoned rock quarry. This rock quarry. The kids didn't know that over the years, their parents had become exhausted...embarrassed. And they were willing to do anything to ease their burden. So one day, the parents approached the bus driver and made him an offer. With the money they collected together, they asked him to do the unthinkable. It almost worked perfectly. The driver was never heard from again. As for the bus, some say it sank so deep that it couldn't be found. Others say the town just didn't want it to be found. For all we know, it'still down there...and so are those kids.
    Macy: It happened 30 years ago, on a late Halloween afternoon. A school bus was on its usual route. But this wasn't your typical school bus, and they weren't your typical kids. There were eight of them, and they were different. Troubled. Disturbed. Every day, parents put their dirty secrets on this bus, to be driven to a school miles outside of town. But that day, the driver took a different route. And instead of taking the students home, he drove the bus to an abandoned rock quarry. This rock quarry. The kids didn't know that over the years, their parents had become exhausted, embarrassed. And they were willing to do anything to ease their burden. So one day, the parents approached the bus driver and made him an offer. With the money they collected together, they asked him to do the unthinkable. It almost worked perfectly. The driver was never heard from again. As for the bus, some say it sank so deep that it couldn't be found. Others say the town just didn't want it to be found. For all we know, it'still down there, and so are those kids.

  • Chip: (points) - Is that Rhonda the retard?
    Chip: (points) Is that Rhonda the retard?
    Macy: She's not a retard, she's an idiot savant.

  • Chip: Coach Taylor was in a hot-dog costume butt-fu**ing a pig.

  • Sara: Principal Wilkins, do you think we might be able to have your jack-o'- lantern, please?
    Steven: You're not gonna smash it, are you?
    Sara: No, it's a scavenger hunt for UNICEF.
    Steven: Anything for a good cause.

  • Steven: That's right. There's another tradition. A very important one...Always check your candy.
    Steven: That's right. There's another tradition. A very important one. Always check your candy.

  • Steven: Smashing jack-o'- lanterns? Stealing candy? It's okay. Believe it or not, I was just like you when I was a kid. Till my dad set me straight, that is. See, my dad taught me tonight is about respecting the dead...because this is the one night that the dead...and all sorts of other things roam free and pay us a visit. All these traditions...jack-o'- lanterns, putting on costumes, handing out treats...they were started to protect us, but nowadays...no one really cares.
    Steven: Smashing jack-o' lanterns? Stealing candy? It's okay. Believe it or not, I was just like you when I was a kid. Till my dad set me straight, that is. See, my dad taught me tonight is about respecting the dead. Because this is the one night that the dead, and all sorts of other things roam free and pay us a visit. All these traditions, jack-o'- lanterns, putting on costumes, handing out treats, they were started to protect us, but nowadays, no one really cares.

  • Emma: (sarcastically) - This was a great idea honey. Really. It's just magical. It makes me wish every night was Halloween.
    Emma: (sarcastically) This was a great idea honey. Really. It's just magical. It makes me wish every night was Halloween.
    Henry: I'm sorry Em. Wait, wait, not yet.
    Emma: What?
    Henry: You're supposed to keep it lit.
    Emma: Why?
    Henry: Ancient tradition?
    Emma: Henry, its Halloween, not Hanukkah. Baby, I'm lit and you're lit.

  • Mr. Kreeg: Who the hell is that? I've got an NRA membership in my pocket, and a shotgun over the fireplace, so get outta here before I...
    Steven: It's me, Mr. Kreeg. Steven, Steven Wilkins.
    Mr. Kreeg: What in God's name are you doing down there Wilkins? Hiding Bodies? (Boy whimpers in grave) - What did you say?
    Mr. Kreeg: What in God's name are you doing down there Wilkins? Hiding Bodies? (Boy whimpers in grave) What did you say?
    Steven: Nothing, the uh, septic tank is acting up.
    Mr. Kreeg: Is that what that smell is?
    Steven: I'm afraid so.
    Mr. Kreeg: Then fix it; it stinks like a dead whore out here.
    Mr. Kreeg: Then fix it, it stinks like a dead whore out here.

  • Sara: That bus is around here somewhere. I think it's over here.
    Schrader: Over where? I can't see shit in this fog. Think I found a dead retard.
    Macy: That's me asshole.
    Schrader: Like I said.
    Macy: Both of you shut up and keep looking.
    Schrader: There's something moving by that rock.
    Macy: I can't see.
    Sara: Jesus, what is that? HELP ME!!!
    Sara: Jesus, what is that? Help me!

  • Mr. Kreeg: And keep your kid out of my yard.
    Steven: Happy Halloween!
    Mr. Kreeg: Screw you!

  • Janet: Last year we were in Tampa.
    Maria: And we went as sailors.
    Danielle: No Janet, Tampa was two years ago, I remember because you puked doing a guy in his pickup truck.
    Janet: I ate some bad Mexican, and it was a jeep.
    Danielle: Last year was San Diego; we dressed as sailors and ended up with sailors.
    Laurie: Yeah, and Maria's sailor- was a girl.
    Laurie: Yeah, and Maria's sailor was a girl.
    Maria: So what, she had a nice ass, it all tastes the same to me anyway.

  • Henry: (to Emma) - You know, there are rules, you should be more careful. You might upset someone.
    Henry: (to Emma) You know, there are rules, you should be more careful. You might upset someone.

  • Laurie: I am not wearing this! It's too small, my tits keep popping out.
    Danielle: That's the idea.
    Laurie: I don't know why we drove out here when there are perfectly good guys in the city.
    Janet: Fresh meat.
    Maria: It's what we do every Halloween Laurie.
    Laurie: Whatever happened to Trick or Treating?
    Maria: Puberty.

  • Sara: You are so full of sh*t.
    Macy: Then I guess you won't mind being first!
    Sara: First what?
    Macy: Eight jack-o-lanterns, eight victims. So we're gonna place these jack-o-lanterns down by the lake as an offering to those who died.

  • Chip: You must really like Halloween.
    Rhonda: You mean Samhain?
    Chip: What?
    Rhonda: Samhain, also known as All Hallows' Eve, also known as Halloween. Pre-dating Christianity, the Celtic holiday was celebrated on the one night between autumn and winter when the barrier between the living and the dead was thinnest, and often involved rituals that included human sacrifice...I like your eye patch.
    Rhonda: Samhain, also known as All Hallows' Eve, also known as Halloween. Pre-dating Christianity, the Celtic holiday was celebrated on the one night between autumn and winter when the barrier between the living and the dead was thinnest, and often involved rituals that included human sacrifice. I like your eye patch.

  • Mr. Kreeg: (sees the Goblin regenerate himself) - You gotta be fu*king kidding me.
    Mr. Kreeg: (sees the Goblin regenerate himself) You gotta be fu*king kidding me.

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