Jerry Maguire (1996) CD1
The world. Six billion people...
When I was a kid, there were three. It's hard to keep up.
That's better. That's America.
America still sets the tone for the world.
In Indiana, Clark Hodd. The country's best point-guard.
Last week he scored 100 points in a single game.
Erica Sorgi. You'll see her ln the next Olympics.
In Seattle. Dallas Malloy, 16. One of the premier women boxers.
She's thinking about her boyfriend right now.
Indio, California. Art Stallings. Check out what pure joy looks like.
Odessa, Texas. The great Frank Cushman.
Next April, 26 teams will be falling over themeselves to sign him.
He's my most important client.
There's genius everywhere. Some make it...
- You don't know diddley about golf! - ...some don't.
I'm the guy you don't usually see.
I'm behlnd the scenes. I'm the sports agent.
- I'm gonna hurt you this year. - Hi, Jerry.
My door's always open if you want to come and get a real agent.
I'm going to a meeting right now to talk about you.
- We've got to win Super Bowls. - Jerry, how are you doing?
- Who much is this gonna cost me? - I know what you can afford.
I'll write it down for you.
- I can't afford that. - Winning isn't cheap.
The new player and owner photo. That's me on the left.
This is where I work. SMI. Sports Management International.
33 agents guiding the careers of 1,685 finely-tuned athletes.
I handle the lives of 72 clients and get 264 phone calls a day.
I will not rest until you're holding a coke in your own commercial, -
- broadcast during a Super Bowl game that you're winning.
It's what I do best.
I started noticing a few years ago...
In the quest for the big dollar, little things were golng wrong.
There's no proof of anything. This guy is a sensational athlete.
Are you Calvin Nack? Can you sign my card?
I'm sorry, little fella, I can't.
- Only Pro-Jam Blue Dot cards. - I just wanted an autograph.
Lately, it's gotten worse.
Do you know your name?
Wait, it's coming... My name is Steve Remo.
I play for Chicago. This lady here is my wife.
This is my boy. And this is...
Wait... My agent!
I've got to play this weekend, Doc. I've got to play 65% of my games.
I've got to get the bonus.
- Okay, Jesse, take care. - Mr. Maguire...
This is his fourth concussion. Shouldn't he stop?
It would take a tank to stop your dad.
It would take all five Super Trooper Warriors.
Who had I become? Just another shark in a suit?
Salaries are skyrocketing, and you are one of the guys responsible.
Two days later, at our conference in Miami, a breakthrough.
- I just wanted an autograph. - Fuck you.
I couldn't escape one simple thought.
I hated myself.
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.
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 25.
I was my father's son again.
Remembering the simple pleasures of this job.
The way a stadium sounds when a player performs well.
The way we're supposed to help them in health and injury.
With so many clients, we had forgotten what was important.
I wrote and wrote ... and I'm not even a writer.
I was remembering my mentor Dicky Fox, who said:
The key to this business is personal relationships.
Suddenly, it was all clear. The answer was fewer clients.
Less money. Caring for them and caring for ourselves.
Just starting our lives... really!
I'll be the first to admit, what I was writing was touchy-feely.
I didn't care. It was the me I'd always wanted to be.
I went out and printed up 110 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"
That's how you become great, man. Hang your balls out there.
Everybody got a copy.
Some of the animals out there walk on two feet.
Society needs protection from these warped minds.
This is Jerry Maguire. Those manuscripts...
Oh, they did? No, that's fine, thank you.
Finally, somebody said it.
Good work, Maguire.
I was 35, and I'd started my life.
- How long do you give him? - About a week.
- Are you with the sports people? - Jerry Maguire, SMI.
Bobbi Fallon, BPI. I'm producing the Coke commercials.
My son is really allergic to the blanket material...
That's all we have, okay?
- I'm sorry if I was rude just now. - That's okay. We're both in it now.
Why is it so easy to talk to you? Tell me about your fiancée.
Honey, are you all right? Do you want some juice?
Thank you. We're out hiking.
I've got the ring in my pocket. I'm a little nervous.
She says to me... Get this: "Hurry up, klutz."
It bothered me somewhat. I got quiet. Then she got quiet.
I decide not to propose. The mood isn't right.
But I know that she knows that I was going to propose.
- So we check back into the hotel. - How sad.
Little do I know, but my assistant presumes I've now proposed.
She's got the lounge band to play "Here Comes The Bride".
There's football players watching and an ESPN crew.
So I turn to her and grandly say:
"Goddess of Rock Climbing, would you marry a klutz?"
I took out the ring. I don't much like big scenes, -
- but she said "yes" right there ln the lobby.
The toughest men in football wept.
- We're getting married in February. - You'll stay married forever.
- What's wrong, Mom? - First Class is what's wrong.
It used to be a better meal, now it's a better life.
Ray! Come on, buddy.
- Ray! - Excuse me, can I help you?
- I work in your office. - You're Dorothy Boyd in accounts.
By your desk is a photo of Einstein with Shaquille O'Neal's body.
- That's pretty good. - What did you lose here?
My son... My mind. Ray!
Dorothy, while I go look for him, you grab this gentleman here.
You scared me!
- Don't do that again, ever! - Okay, Mommy.
Ever, ever... ever!
- Dorothy... take care. - Thank you so much.
I loved your memo, by the way.
- You did? - Yeah.
Thanks. Actually, it was just a mission statement.
In this age, optimism like that is a revolutionary act.
I appreciate that. I didn't know if I should write it.
It was two in the morning, and some of the stuff I just...
That part about "embracing with enthusiasm...
...and forcing commerce to give a little back for the greater good."
I was inspired, and I'm an accountant.
I mean, to respect yourself enough to say it out loud.
To put yourself out there like that, so nakedly.
I don't know... It got me.
- Is this bothering you? - No, this is... great.
Do you need a ride? Do you need a lift?
Oh, no! I'm sure that would just make your day.
Driving us out to Manhattan Beach. All those tiny streets.
Playing chicken with the traffic. Your life flashing before you.
- I've had too much coffee. - It's no problem.
There's my sister Laurel, to pick us up.
Ray... Dorothy... a pleasure.
Hi, Ray. Hi, you. I'm double parked, let's go.
Is this everything?
Whoever snagged him must be some classy babe.
Whoever snagged him must be some classy babe.
Don't ever stop fucking me!
Sooner or later we'll have to stop!
Never been better... Never!
Open your eyes. If you want it, I'd go with another woman for you.
I'm not interested in it, anymore.
It was a phase. A college thing.
Like torn Levis or law school for you.
Want some fruit from the kitchen?
- Do you have to tell me everything? - That's what intimacy is.
- We're eating out tomorrow night. - I know about the bachelor party.
Your buddies worked hard for this. The guys from the office are coming.
Relax, act surprised, and have an amazing time.
Hey, old college-buddy. Congratulations.
- For you. - Thank you.
And this. The finest cigar my club has to offer.
This is what it's all about, man. Everybody loves you.
It pisses me off!
Whether you're country, a red-neck or a freak...
Young or old, from Moscow, London or Memphis...
Jerry Maguire will still be the king of rock and roll.
- Your little black book. - He makes my heart pound.
- I know Jerry pretty well. - Hi, Jerry, remember me?
- I'll see you for lunch tomorrow. - He was good in bed.
This is the funniest thing ever.
Jerry should get married. He won't be alone.
- He cannot be alone. - He can't be alone.
Jerry is great at friendship, but he's really bad at intimacy.
He can't be alone.
- He can't say, "I love you". - He's an agent. He lies.
- I love you too. - Hey, love you too.
I love you.
- I love you. - I love you.
- Good morning, Jenny. - Sorry I missed the party.
Good morning, Jerry. Marcee's here and she's in a hurry.
I'm glad to see you finally made it. Rod is very upset.
- Tyson, no! - Okay.
- Hello. - Long time no see!
- Tyson! - How can I make your life better?
Jerry, I don't want any bullshit. Where is our offer from Arizona?
- Cronin's for lunch? - This is Bob Sugar.
- He's called at our house. - Sorry to interrupt you.
You've got to earn your 4%. My husband has an image.
Putting him in a water-bed commercial makes him common.
He deserves the big four: Shoe, car, clothing line, soft drink.
I know about celebrity endorsement.
We both majored in marketing. We came to play!
The dirtyman is back!
- Hey. - Hey, buddy.
Are you okay?
- Fine. What's up? - I came here to let you go.
- Pardon me? - I came here to fire you, Jerry.
It's real. You should say something.
A crowded restaurant... so there won't be a scene.
You did this to yourself. You said fewer clients.
How do you think it feels firing you?
I've thought about it all week. Get past yourself for a second!
- You'll lose. - You wanted smaller.
Well, now I want all my clients, and yours, too.
Wendy, bring me my numbers.
- Cush. - This is Sugar.
Look, you're the most important guy in sports. How does it feel?
I just want to play football. Dad, it's one of the agents.
Wendy! Keep trying Cushman. And please, bring me my numbers.
J.J., what's up? Have you talked to Maguire?
He had a meltdown. I've talked to Doritos about you.
They're very interested. Here, talk to Rick.
Carlo, you pay 25% of your endorsements to SMI. I'll take 18%.
I don't know if it was drugs, but the guy freaked out.
He's not the guy for you. How's your mom?
I'm gonna make this easy for you.
What does your heart tell you? I'm sorry to hear that.
- What's going on? - They've fired Jerry Maguire.
That's a mistake.
I'm concerned about your family and your future.
I go back a long way with SMI.
Is Maguire black?
Bob Sugar? He's... entertaining, funny...
I'm Mr. Black People!
Don't make this harder than it is.
I've got to be honest, this is very distressing for me.
Remember that stripper at Laguna Beach? Her name was April.
I remember things. It's not the money. I do it for you.
- I'm still holding for Katarina. - I'm talking big money.
Are you in or out? This is business not friendship.
You are in... that's good.
I want to cry for what they did to you.
If it wasn't for the Acura deal, you know I'd go with you.
Jerry. Oh, God!
Call waiting. Who could be calling me now?
- Hi, Kathy Sanders. - Still me, Kathy.
Kathy, why are you crying? Oh... so you're in.
Rod, it's Jerry Maguire.
Jerry Maguire! How am I doing?
I'll tell you. I'm sweating. Where's my contract?
Bob Sugar says I'm missing out being with you.
- You hear what I'm saying? - That's why I called.
No, no... Do you truly hear what I'm saying?
- I hear you, Dad. - We have to get together.
- Hold on a minute, Rod. - Personal attention.
- That's what you told my wife. - That's what I said.
Good! We're just getting started on the things you need to know.
I will kill for you.
I am a valuable commodity. There's dudes out there trying to kill me.
I still catch the ball. Touchdown! I make miracles happen.
Are you in?
I'm from Arizona. I broke Arizona records.
I went to Arizona State!
- And now you want Arizona dollars. - Exactly.
I'm sitting here with an ant problem.
My brother Tee Pee's room is flooded.
- Say hello to Jerry Maguire. - Hello.
Hello, Tee Pee.
No one's looking out for me. I'm supposed to be a superstar.
- Are you in or out? - You stay with Bob Sugar!
I am a role model. I have a family to support!
I want a contract in Arizona.
I like you.
My wife likes you. You're good to my wife.
- I will stay with you. - That's great.
That's what I'm gonna do for you. God bless you, Jerry.
This is what you're gonna do for me.
What can I do for you? You just tell me.
It's personal and very important. Hell! It's a family motto.
- Are you ready, Jerry? - I'm ready.
Here it is.
Show me the money.
- Say it with me, Jerry. - Show you the money.
No, you can do better than that.
- Bob Sugar's on the other line. - Show you the money.
- No, show me the money. - Show me the money.
- Louder! - Show me the money.
- You've got to yell that shit! - Show me the money!
- Louder, Jerry. - Show me the moneyl
Show me the money!
- You love this black man. - I love the black man!
- I love black people. - I love black people.
Show me the money!
Congratulations, you're still my agent.
Well... don't worry.
I'm not gonna do what you think I'm gonna do.
Let me just say...
...as I ease out of the office I helped build...
I'm sorry, but it's a fact that there's such a thing... as manners.
A way of treating people.
These fish have manners.
In fact, I'm starting a new company and the fish will come with me.
Call me sentimental, but the fish are coming with me.
If anybody else wants to come with me, -
- this is a chance for something real, and fun, and inspiring -
- in this godforsaken business, and we will do it together.
Who's coming with me?
Who's coming with me?
Who's coming with me besides Flipper here?
This is embarrassing.
All right. Wendy, shall we?
I'm three months away from the pay increase...
- I will go with you. - Dorothy Boyd, thank you.
Don't do it.
We'll see you all again. Sleep tight.
Let's see how they do without us.
- You will have a medical program? - Oh, sure.
I don't know...
Don't panic. We're gonna be okay.
We're gonna be great. We're gonna be... great.
- I wonder what he said. - My aunt is hearing impaired.
He just said, "You complete me".
To support one another, we've got to listen to one another.
Women are taught not to see each other as good people.
We see each other as enemies. We compete over men.
- It's true, It's terrible. - I used to hate women.
Now I've met you guys, and you're like me.
It's important because you can be my friends.
- What about medical? - Of course.
Single parents can't be frivolous.
If you had read what he wrote, you'd have left, too.
Do you know those child exams cost $150, and that's if he's well.
- Where is Ray? - Asleep in the living room.
Don't leave my little boy alone with your divorced women's group.
I've finally got in touch with my anger.
What did I do?
Function, function... Forward motion is everything.
Cush saves all.
Go to Texas. Keep one star, and they'll all follow.
There's no real loyalty. You told me that yourself.
- I was trying to sleep with you. - Well, it worked.
I will not let you fail. You are Jerry Maguire!
King of the house calls. Master of the living room.
- Okay, this is working. - You are not a loser.
- Who mentioned losing? - Wrong word! When can you leave?
- Matt? - I'm in the back, Jerry.
Would you like a bloody beer?
- Beer and tomato juice. - I'm fine.
We've spent a lot of time together, and you know I care about your son.
I'm concerned that if you stay with SMI...
We've decided to stay with you.
I'm not really a hugger. I can't let go.
I told myself if he shows up, we stick with him.
- Hey, Jerry. How's it going? - Hey, Cush.
- How are you? - You remember Keith.
He must go number one in the draft, and I want him to play.
It'll either be Denver or San Diego.
- I'll either surf or ski. - Denver's where he should be.
You know I don't do contracts, but what you do have ls my word.
And it's stronger than oak.
- Hello. - Jerry Maguire.
- Is Avery there? - She has an NFL meeting in Atlanta.
- Hello? - My son's here with the nanny.
- In our office? - Nanny? I prefer child technician.
- I came home to work here. - Fine. Dorothy, we are backl
We are so very, very back. I resigned Cush. We're set.
- I am so happy for you. - Happy for us.
Happy for us.
Rod, being at the draft will help. Get on the plane and meet us there.
Good. See you there.
Avery will be at the B-gate at 4:15.
Do you know the human head weighs eight pounds?
Troy Aikman, in only six years, has passed for 16,303 yards.
- Bees and dogs can smell fear. - I've booked Tidwell at the Mariot.
Pete Rose made 4,256 hits and he's not in the Hall of Fame.
Did you know that my neighbour has three rabbits?
I can't compete with that.
- Did we go over everything? - Yep.
- Back on Tuesday, right? - Yeah.
- Ray, wish me luck. - Good luck!
- Hey, Rod, you made it. - Jerry...
- Hi, Cush. - We should be selling these.
This is my agent, you might want to get his autograph.
- Excuse me... - Are you Hootie?
No, I'm not Hootie.
Is it gonna be San Diego or Denver?
He'll either surf or ski.
Rod, at last I find you.
What am I doing here, Jerry? This ain't my party.
- Nobody gives a damn about me. - Let's walk through the lobby.
I want the media and the reps to see you for what you are:
The best-kept secret in the NFL.
You are the wide - receiver. You're fast, fierce and charismatic.
You are the man! Ready?
Let's go. The fiercest. You are the man.
- Let's do it. - Hi, Mel. Hi, Tom.
It's a good thing you were able to hold onto Cushman.
I want you to meet Rod Tidwell, 110 catches, 1,550 yards last year.
I came all that way just to walk the lobby.
- It might have even worked, too. - Yeah? Let's do it again.
See the Reebok-ad down there. Where are my endorsements?
No love from Chevy, no love from Pepsi...
I ain't gettin' no love from Nike.
Did I ever tell you about my Reebok story?
- I've got to get back to Cushman. - Oh, your golden paycheck.
I'll boil it down for you. Fuck Reebok!
All they do is ignore me. Always have.
For a moment down there, you got that chip off your shoulder.
You let people in. You were brilliant.
- Really? - Brilliant.
- See you tomorrow. - You're loving me now.
I'm showing you the money!
I was just testing you, but to hear you say that makes me love you.
Jerry, come back.
- How was your flight? - Good.
If you can find your size, grab some of those shoes by the door.
Cush, Matt, we have a decision to make.
San Diego just came in with a last-minute scenario. It's big.
- He's got to go number one. - San Diego wants him bad.
- What happened to Denver? - Before a draft, people get crazy.
San Diego is offering seven years for 30. Signing bonus of 8.
- Should I unplug the phone? - Damn reporters.
You just say, "No comment".
I'm no good at talking and saying nothing.
For you, it's a pleasure. This is Cush.
It's Sugar. Is Maguire there? Sniff if he is.
You're in with the big boys now. I got you the deal you needed.
This is business, not friendship. You've got to be strong.
Okay, buddy? See you later.
- He's got it all wrong. - You're on TV again.
I'm sick of me.
Before I go back to Denver, let's put something down on paper.
- A contract with Jerry Maguire. - Not right now, Jerry.
Do I know everything there is to know here, Matt?
You're not talklng with Bob Sugar?
- Denver would only deal with him. - Said who? Sugar?
- I'm learning as I go here. - You let him deal behind my back?
I'm sorry... I love my son.
I love your son! I brought Denver to 20 million.
You listened to Bob Sugar? That is a child.
You let that snake in the door?
Okay, listen, rookie mistake. I'll fix this Denver thing for you.
You didn't sign anything with Sugar, right?
Matt...? Tell me you didn't sign.
What happened to your "my word is stronger than oak" thing?
We signed an hour ago.
You were in the lobby with the black fella.
Sorry, Jerry. I just want to play football.
- How do I spin this? - Honey, it's spun!
- What did I do to you? - It's all about you, isn't it?
"Soothe me, save me, love me." I have to finish my job.
- Everything is on the run with us. - We are salespeople. We sell.
It's not trust my handshake, it's make the sale! Get it signed.
- Welcome to my nightmare. - Is honesty outlawed here?
- I would prefer loyalty. - Our deal was the brutal truth.
I think you added the "brutal".
There is a sensitivity thing that some people have. I don't have it.
I don't cry at movies, or gush over babies.
And I don't tell a man who just screwed up, "Oh, poor baby."
But I do love you.
- Avery, it's over. - I didn't hear it.
- There's something missing. - You've never been alone.
- You can't be alone. - It's over.
- No one has ever dumped me. - I'm not trying to make history.
I climbed El Capitan in 18 hours and 23 minutes. I can make this work.
Oh, Jerry . ..
I didn't ever want to hurt you.
I won't let you hurt me, Jerry. I'm too strong for you. Loser!
Roll with the punches . Tomorrow's another day.
- Taxi ! - You're loving me now, aren't you?
Very much. Taxi!
Didn't we arrive in a limo?
I hope I don't sound too much like a shrink here, but...
- What's wrong? - I'm just a big disappointment.
Everybody cries on this show.
If you've tested positive, quit doing blow.
Upset about your baby girl. Why did you leave her mother?
The media don't understand the pressures $54 million comes with.
- This is some bullshit. - What are you doing wlth me, Rod?
- What? - Don't you even see? I'm finished.
I am fucked! 24 hours ago... I was hot!
Now, I'm a cautionary tale.
You see this jacket I'm wearing? I don't need it. I'm a failure!
I lost the number-one draft pick! Why? Let's recap.
Because a hockey player's kid made me feel like a jerk.
I ate some bad pizza, went to bed and grew a conscience!
I've got ten years, tops. My next contract has got to be a big one.
I could be out in five years. What's my family gonna live on?
I don't want to hear your shit. "I lost Cush and Avery..."
A drink, please.
Anybody else would have left you by now, but I'm sticking with you.
I'm gonna ride your ass like Zorro till you show me the money.
We're together on this. You hear me? We're gonna be one.
- The both of us... you know? - My God!
You have no messages.
He's coming over. He just lost his best client.
This is not a guy. It's a syndrome.
It's early mid-life, don't-let-me-be-alone syndrome.
- But, if that's what you want... - He's engaged.
And for the first time, I'm part of something I believe in.
Okay... but he better not be good-looking.
Hi... I'm Jerry Maguire.
Hello. You're just the way I pictured you.
- I'm her disapproving sister. - Honesty.
Thank you. Dorothy!
Dorothy, your... boss is here.
- Hey, you. - Thanks for inviting me over.
- Where's the little guy? - He's sleeping.
I'm so glad you're home. Being alone is not my specialty.
- My God! - Yeah.
Well, I broke up with Avery.
- That's too bad. - No, it's for the best.
We'll still be friends. It's better now than later.
- I'm dying here, aren't I? - Yeah, it's a reaily bad cut.
Just think if I had got her the ring she really wanted.
Why don't you have a seat?
I'll get some aloe vera for the cut.
- Do you have something to drink? - Sure.
- I heard. - I saw your shoes under the door.
This guy is looking for anyone who'll show interest.
Don't use those. Use the frosted glasses.
- I warmed up some chicken. - I love you.
I won't say any more, but what about Ray?
He shouldn't hear a strange man's voice in the house.
- A drunken man's voice. - What about ten angry women?
Lean forward. Okay, I've got it.
It's still edible. Change your shirt.
Hi, Ray, aren't you supposed to be in bed?
- Yeah. - Don't worry, I won't tell.
The human head weighs eight pounds.
- Jerry Maguire. - I think it's this one.
You should be dreaming about me. Think about me constantly.
That's when the big dollars are gonna flow.
- Who is this? - Rod Tidwell. Where's my agent?
- My agent and I should be one. - Are you a football player?
A football player? I'm a school teacher about to womp your ass!
I won't say anything else, but you just can't fall for a drowning man.
Which top? Turtle neck, sensible. V-neck, sexy.
What are other women my age doing right now?
They're out partying trying to get a man.
Trying to keep a man. Not me, I'm trying to raise a man.
This one. I've got a 24-hour-a-day reminder of Roger for my whole life.
I've had three lovers in four years.
All of them ran a distant second to a good book and a warm bath.
I'm the oldest 26-year-old around. How do I look?
- Good. - Yeah? Thanks.
72% of new buyers are African-American.
- You talk too much. - It is a form of communication.
- It was fun talking to you, Rod. - Jerry...!
I'll make you a ham sandwich.
- I'm glad you listen to me. - Well, I love you.
When my dad retired from the United Way after 38 years, he said:
"I wish they'd given me a more comfortable chair."
When my dad died, my mom took me to the zoo and I loved it.
- Let me tell you about my dad. - No, let's go to the zoo.
Okay, you're right.
My whole life I've been trying to talk... really talk.
But no one wants to listen. You know that feeling?
- They just look at you... - Let's go to the zoo, right now.
The zoo... the fucking zoo's closed, Ray.
- You said "fuck". - Yeah, I did.
- Is that...? - I won't tell.
Well... then I'm gonna have to take you to the zoo.
I've got to go to bed, my mom's coming in.
- I've got to go to bed. - Thanks for listening.
Okay. Drinks, food, and I called you a cab.
- Good idea. - Quiet, I have a little boy asleep.
A little speech before I go.
Do not worry about your future.
You and your son are just fine. You still have a job.
But let me tell you something about Jerry Maguire.
You come after me, and you will lose.
I am a survivor.
Dorothy Boyd, you are with the Lord of the Living Room.
The King of the Kingdom and I am ...
We meet again.
- Truth? - Sure.
I care about the job, of course.
But mostly, I just want to be inspired.
- Me, too. - What you wrote inspired me.
I'm working with you because of that memo.
I loved that memo.
It was a mission statement.
- Well .. . - Sorry about the hand.
You know that feeling?
You're not completely embarrassed, but you know tomorrow you will be?
- Don't worry about it, boss. - Shit, you said "boss".
- Yeah, I did. - Now I feel like Clarence Thomas.
- I'm harassing you right now. - Well, I may not sue.
- Good evening. - Good evening.
I am going to take my one client, and we are gonna go all the way.
Because... I'm back.
- He needs a contract, Dennis. - I'll be at The Crocodile at eight.
What happened last night? I thought I was your friend.
- Something came up. - Okay. $10 million for four years.
- You're dreaming. - Ten for four.
- He's got an attitude problem. - He listens to me.
- He's a shrimp. - He broke all records last year.
I want a prototypical wide-receiver. 6'3", 220 lbs.
Not some shrimp who bitches.
Dennis, I'm asking you... for a favour.
I introduced you to your wife. We've spent Christmas together.
- Holiday cheer. - Jerry, you're reaching.
I'm asking you for a favour. We have history, Dennis.
We got history. You drove the prices up.
- Now it's your turn to suffer. - Dennis, don't...
I talked with Dennis Wilburn about your renegotiation.
Jerry Rice, Andre Reed, Chris Carter, I smoked them all!
Yet they're making the big dollars, the kwan... and you're talking.
- Kwan? That's your word? - Yeah, that's my word.
Some dudes might have the coin, but they'll never have the kwan.
It means love, respect, community, and dollars, the entire package...
- Great word... towel? - No, I air-dry.
Listen, Rod... I say this with great respect for you.
But those players you mentioned, are marquee players.
- This deal... - Marquee?
This is a renegotiation. Show them your joy for the game.
Bury the attitude a little bit, and show them...
- You're telling me to dance. - No.
Get back to the guy who first started playing this game.
Way back when you were a kid, was it just about the money?
Was it? Was it...?
Do your job. Don't you tell me to dance.
I am an athlete. I am not an entertainer!
I do not dance and I do not start pre-season without a contract!
- Fine, fine, fine! - Jerry, talk to me.
I am out here for you. You don't know what that's like.
It's an up-at-dawn, pride-swallowing siege -
- that I will never fully tell you about, okay?
God, help me.
Help me. Help me... help you.
Help me help you.
You are hanging on by a very thin thread.
I dig that about you.
No contract! Help me? I'll help everybody.
- That's my man. - Hey, I'm happy to entertain you.
- Help me! - See you in Los Angeles.
Jerry... come on, man.
We ain't fighting, we're finally talking.
Unless you love everybody, you can't sell anybody.
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