Mitchell Quote #972

Quote from Mitchell in Dead on A Rival

Mitchell: Herschel, look, we have your old friend Murray Clark!
Herschel: Well, what do you know?
Murray: Hello, Hersch.
Herschel: It's been a lifetime.
Murray: Don't give me that, you smug son of a bitch.
Cameron: What... W-What's happening?
Murray: This bastard told our football coach I was a communist. Got me kicked off the team. I could've gone pro!
Herschel: I only did that 'cause he stole my paper route! I had to deliver ice to support my family.
Mitchell: Deliver ice? How old are you guys?
Herschel: You're a snake!
Murray: You're a rat! He stole my girl when I went to war, and he stayed home with a fake limp.
Herschel: You should be grateful! That woman gave me the clap!
Murray: That was a little gift from me!

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