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Fight Club
1999
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[ Narrator ] People are always asking me if I know Tyler Durden.
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[ Tyler ] Three minutes. This is it. Ground zero.
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Would you like to say a few words to mark the occasion?
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[ Muffled ]
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[ Narrator ] With a gun barrel between your teeth, you speak only in vowels.
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I can't think of anything.
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For a second I totally forget about Tyler's whole controlled demolition thing,
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and I wonder how clean that gun is.
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It's getting exciting now.
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That old saying, how you always hurt the one you love?
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Well, it works both ways.
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[ Sirens Wailing ] We've front-row seats for this theater of mass destruction.
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The demolitions committee of Project Mayhem...
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wrapped the foundation columns of a dozen buildings with blasting gelatin.
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In two minutes, primary charges will blow base charges,
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and a few square blocks will be reduced to smoldering rubble.[ Beeping ]
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I know this because Tyler knows this.
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Two and a half. Think of everything we've accomplished.
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And suddenly, I realize that all of this...
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the gun, the bombs, the revolution...
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has got something to do with a girl named Marla Singer.
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Bob. Bob had bitch-tits.
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This was a support group...
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for men with testicular cancer.[ Sobbing ]
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The big moosey slobbering all over me... that was Bob.
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We're still men.
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Yes, we're men.
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Men is what we are.
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Eight months ago, Bob's testicles were removed. Then hormone therapy.
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He developed bitch-tits because his testosterone was too high,
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and his body upped the estrogen.
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And that was where I fit. They're gonna have to open up my pecs again...
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and drain the fluid. Between those huge, sweating tits...
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that hung enormous, the way you'd think of God's as big.
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Okay. You cry now.
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- No, wait. Back up. Let me start earlier. - [ Clock Ticking ]
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For six months, I couldn't sleep.
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[ Echoing ] I couldn't sleep. I couldn't sleep. I couldn't sleep.
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With insomnia, nothing's real.
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Everything's far away.
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Everything's a copy of a copy of a copy.
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When deep space exploration ramps up, [ Phone Line Ringing ]
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it'll be the corporations that name everything...
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the IBM Stellarsphere, the Microsoft Galaxy,
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planet Starbucks.
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Gonna need you out of town a little more this week. We got some red flags to cover.
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It must've been Tuesday. He was wearing his cornflower-blue tie.
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You want me to de-prioritize my current reports...
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- Yeah. - until you advise of a status upgrade?
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Make these your primary action items.
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Here's your flight coupons. Call me from the road if there's any snags.
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[ Narrator ] He was full of pep.
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Must have had his grande latte enema.
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Like so many others, I had become a slave...
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- to the Ikea nesting instinct. - [ Woman, Indistinct ]
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Uh, yes. I'd like to order the Erika Pekkari dust ruffles.
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[ Woman ] Please hold. If I saw something clever,
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like a little coffee table in the shape of a yin-yang, I had to have it.
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The Klipske personal office unit,
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the Hovetrekke home exer-bike,
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or the Johannshamn sofa with the Strinne green stripe pattern.
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Even the Rizlampa wire lamps...
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of environmentally friendly unbleached paper.
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I'd flip through catalogs and wonder:
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What kind of dining set defines me as a person?
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I had it all... even the glass dishes...
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with tiny bubbles and imperfections,
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proof that they were crafted by the honest, simple,
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hard-working indigenous peoples of... [ Woman ] Please hold.
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Wherever. I was holding.
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- [ Automated Voice ] Your call is important to us. - We used to read pornography.
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Now it was the Horchow collection.
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No, you can't die from insomnia.
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What about narcolepsy? I nod off. I wake up in strange places.
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- I have no idea how I got there. - You need to lighten up.
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Can you please just get me something?
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[ Narrator ] Red and blue Tuenols, lipstick-red Seconals.
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No. You need healthy, natural sleep.
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Chew some valerian root and get more exercise.
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Hey, come on. I'm in pain.
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You wanna see pain? Swing by First Methodist Tuesday nights.
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See the guys with testicular cancer.
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That's pain.
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♪♪ [ Chorus Vocalizing ]
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I always wanted three kids... two boys and a girl.
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Mindy wanted two girls and a boy.
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We never could agree on anything.
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Well, uh, you know, she...
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She had her first child last week, a... a girl.
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With-With her, uh... With her new husband.
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[ Man Whispering ] Fuck.
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And... And thank God, you know? [ Chuckles ]
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I'm-I'm glad for her.
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[ Whimpering ] Because she deserves it.
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Aw.
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Everyone, let's thank Thomas for sharing himself with us.
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[ All ] Thank you, Thomas.
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I look around this room, and I see a lot of courage,
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and that gives me strength.
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We give each other strength.
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It's time for the one-on-ones. So let's all of us here...
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follow Thomas's good example, and really open ourselves up.
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Would you find a partner, please?
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[ Narrator ] And this is how I met the big moosey.
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[ Man ] Come on. Let's go over here.
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[ Narrator ] His eyes already shrink-wrapped in tears.
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Knees together. Those awkward little steps.
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My name is Bob. Bob...
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[ Narrator ] Bob had been a champion bodybuilder.
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You know that chest-expansion program you see on late-night TV?
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That was his idea. I was a juicer.
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You know, using steroids.
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Diabonal and...
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Wistrol.
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Oh, they use that on racehorses, for Christ's sakes.
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And now I'm bankrupt.
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I'm divorced.
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My two grown kids...
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won't even return my phone calls. [ Sniffles ]
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[ Narrator ] Strangers with this kind of honesty make me go a big rubbery one.
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Go ahead, Cornelius.
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You can cry.
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[ Crying ]
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[ Narrator ] And then, something happened.[ Crying Continues ]
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I let go. That's really good.
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Lost in oblivion, dark and silent and complete.
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♪♪ [ Choir ]
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I found freedom.
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Losing all hope was freedom.
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It's okay.
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[ Grunts ]
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Babies don't sleep this well.[ Snores ]
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I became addicted.
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[ People Chattering ]
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[ Chattering ]
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[ Narrator ] If I didn't say anything, people always assumed the worst.
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[ Man ] Welcome, Travis.[ Man #2 ] Welcome, Travis.
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- They cried harder. - [ Sobbing ]
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Then I cried harder.
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[ Group Chattering ]
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[ Woman ] Now we're going to open the green door...
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the heart chakra.
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[ Narrator ] I wasn't really dying. [ Woman Continues ]
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I wasn't host to cancer or parasites.
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I was the warm little center that the life of this world crowded around.
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Imagine your pain as a white ball of healing light.
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It moves over your body, healing you.
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Now, keep this going. Remember to breathe,
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and step forward through the back door of the room.
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Where does it lead? To your cave.
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Step forward into your cave.
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You're going deeper into your cave,
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and you're going to find your power animal.
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[ Cooing ]
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Slide.
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[ Giggles ]
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[ Narrator ] Every evening I died,
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and every evening I was born again.
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Resurrected.
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[ Men Sobbing ]
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Bob loved me because he thought my testicles were removed too.
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Being there, pressed against his tits,
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ready to cry.
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This was my vacation.
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And she ruined everything.
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This is cancer, right?
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This chick, Marla Singer,
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did not have testicular cancer.
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She was a liar.
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She had no diseases at all.
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I had seen her at Free and Clear, my blood parasites group Thursdays.
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Then at Hope, my bimonthly sickle-cell circle.
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And again at Seize the Day, my tuberculosis Friday night.
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[ Coughing ]
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Marla, the big tourist.
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Her lie reflected my lie,
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and suddenly, I felt nothing.
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I couldn't cry.
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So once again, I couldn't sleep.
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Next group, after guided meditation,
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after we open our heart chakras, when it's time to hug,
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I'm gonna grab that little bitch Marla Singer and scream...
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Marla, you liar! You big tourist!
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I need this! Now get out!
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[ Clock Ticking ] [ Narrator ] I hadn't slept in four days.
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[ Man ] Absolutely. We'll just let that dry.
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[ Narrator ] When you have insomnia, you're never really asleep,
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and you're never really awake. [ TV: Applause ]
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[ Bells Tolling ] [ Woman ] To begin tonight's communion,
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Chloe would like to say a few words.
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[ Narrator ] Oh, yeah. Chloe.
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Chloe looked the way Meryl Streep's skeleton would look...
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if you made it smile and walk around the party being extra nice to everybody.
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Well, I'm still here,
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but I don't know for how long.
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That's as much certainty as anyone can give me.
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But I've got some good news.
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I no longer have any fear of death.
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But I am in a pretty lonely place.
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No one will have sex with me.
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I'm so close to the end, and all I want is to get laid for the last time.
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I have pornographic movies in my apartment...
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[ Microphone Echoing ] And lubricants and amyl nitrate.
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Thank you, Chloe.
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Everyone, let's thank Chloe.
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- [ Woman #2 ] Thanks, Chloe. - [ Members ] Thank you, Chloe.
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[ Coughing ]
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Now, let's ready ourself for guided meditation.
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You're standing at the entrance of your cave.
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You step inside your cave, and you walk.
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[ Narrator ] If I did have a tumor,
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I'd name it Marla. It's a very quiet place.
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Marla... the little scratch on the roof of your mouth...
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that would heal if only you could stop tonguing it, but you can't.
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[ Woman ] Step deeper into your cave as you walk.
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You feel the healing energy of this place all around you.
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Now find your power animal.
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Slide.
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[ Woman ] Okay. Now let's partner up.
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Pick someone special to you tonight.
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[ Chattering ]
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Hey.
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We need to talk.Sure.
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I'm on to you. What?
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Yeah. You're a faker. You're not dying.
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Sorry?
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In the Tibetan philosophy, Sylvia Plath sense of the word,
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I know we're all... we're all dying, all right?
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But you're not dying the way Chloe back there is dying.
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So?
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So you're a tourist. Okay? I've seen you.
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I saw you... saw you at melanoma. Saw you at tuberculosis.
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I saw you at testicular cancer.
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I saw you practicing this.
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Practicing what? Telling me off.
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Is it going as well as you hoped, "Rupert"?
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I'll expose you. Go ahead. I'll expose you.
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[ Woman ] All right, come together. Let yourselves cry.
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[ Crying Softly ]
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Oh, God, why are you doing this?
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It's cheaper than a movie, and there's free coffee.
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No, look. This is important, okay?
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These are my groups. I've been coming here for over a year.
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Why do you do it?
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I don't know. When people think you're dying,
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man, they really, really listen to you instead of just...
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Instead of just waiting for their turn to speak?
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Yeah. Yeah.
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Share yourself... completely.[ Moans ]
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Look, you don't want to get into this. It becomes an addiction.
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Really? I'm not kidding.
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I can't cry if there's another faker present, and I need this.
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So you got to find somewhere else to go.
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Candy-stripe a cancer ward. It's not my problem.
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Wait, wait... Wait a second. Ho-Hold on.
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I'll tell you. We're gonna split up the week, okay?
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You take lymphoma and tuberculosis...
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You take tuberculosis. My smoking doesn't go over at all.
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Okay. Good. Fine.[ Coughs ]
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Testicular cancer should be no contest, I think.
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Well, technically, I have more right to be there than you.
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You still have your balls. You're kidding.
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I don't know. Am I? No. No.
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What do you want? I'll take the parasites.
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You can't have both the parasites, but why don't you take the blood parasites...
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I want brain parasites. I'll take the blood parasites,
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but I'm gonna take the organic brain dementia, okay? I want that.
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You can't have the whole brain.
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So far you have four. I only have two.Okay.
00:17:26.697 – 00:17:30.962
Take both the parasites. They're yours. Now we both have three.
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Hey, you left half your clothes!
00:17:37.708 – 00:17:39.623
[ Tires Squealing ]
00:17:39.667 – 00:17:42.931
[ Horn Honking ]
00:17:42.974 – 00:17:44.802
[ Second Car Honks ]
00:17:53.463 – 00:17:57.467
What, are you selling those? Yes! I'm selling some clothes.
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So, we each have three. That's six.
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What about the seventh day? I want ascending bowel cancer.
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[ Narrator ] The girl had done her homework. Thank you.
00:18:04.996 – 00:18:08.304
No. No. I want bowel cancer.
00:18:08.348 – 00:18:12.395
That's your favorite too? Tried to slip it by me, eh?
00:18:12.439 – 00:18:15.746
We're gonna split it, okay? Take the first and third Sunday of the month.
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[ Horns Honking In Distance ]
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Deal.
00:18:22.536 – 00:18:25.147
Looks like this is good-bye.
00:18:25.191 – 00:18:27.28
Well, let's not make a big thing out of it, okay?
00:18:27.323 – 00:18:29.064
How's this for not making a big thing?
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[ Door Opens ]
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Hey, Marla!
00:18:35.07 – 00:18:37.594
[ Horn Honks ] Marla!
00:18:37.638 – 00:18:40.293
May-Maybe we should exchange numbers.
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- Should we? - We might want to switch nights.
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Okay.
00:18:49.084 – 00:18:51.782
♪♪ [ Humming ]
00:18:51.826 – 00:18:53.871
[ Narrator ] This is how I met Marla Singer.
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♪♪ [ Humming Continues ]
00:18:56.091 – 00:19:00.139
Marla's philosophy of life was that she might die at any moment.
00:19:00.182 – 00:19:02.184
The tragedy, she said, was that she didn't.
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It doesn't have your name. Who are you?
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- Cornelius? Rupert? Travis? - [ Horns Honking ]
00:19:08.147 – 00:19:10.279
Any of the stupid names you give each night?
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[ Turbulence ] [ Narrator ] You wake up at Sea-Tac,
00:19:16.633 – 00:19:18.809
S.F.O., L.A.X.
00:19:18.853 – 00:19:21.334
[ Camera Shutter Clicks ] You wake up at O'Hare,
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Dallas-Fort Worth,
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B.W.I.,
00:19:25.425 – 00:19:27.557
pacific, mountain, central.
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Lose an hour. Gain an hour.
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Check-in for that flight doesn't begin for another two hours, sir.
00:19:32.78 – 00:19:36.784
This is your life, and it's ending one minute at a time.
00:19:36.827 – 00:19:39.047
[ Bell Dings ] You wake up at Air Harbor International.
00:19:39.09 – 00:19:41.223
[ Woman On P.A. ] ...the aircraft has come to a complete stop.
00:19:41.267 – 00:19:44.966
If you wake up at a different time, in a different place,
00:19:45.009 – 00:19:46.837
could you wake up as a different person?
00:19:48.883 – 00:19:52.321
Everywhere I travel... tiny life.
00:19:52.365 – 00:19:54.845
Single-serving sugar. Single-serving cream.
00:19:54.889 – 00:19:56.804
Single pat of butter.
00:19:56.847 – 00:19:59.676
The microwave Cordon Bleu hobby kit.
00:19:59.72 – 00:20:01.809
Shampoo-conditioner combos.
00:20:01.852 – 00:20:05.726
Sample package mouthwash. Tiny bars of soap.
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[ Man ] ...professional wait staff...
00:20:07.902 – 00:20:12.385
The people I meet on each flight, they're single-serving friends.
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Between takeoff and landing, we have our time together,
00:20:15.649 – 00:20:17.955
but that's all we get.
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[ Together ] Welcome!
00:20:22.308 – 00:20:26.442
[ Narrator ] On a long enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero.
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I was a recall coordinator. My job was to apply the formula.
00:20:30.272 – 00:20:33.754
Here's where the infant went through the windshield. Three points.
00:20:33.797 – 00:20:37.279
[ Narrator ] A new car built by my company leaves somewhere traveling at 60 miles per hour.
00:20:37.323 – 00:20:40.021
The rear differential locks up.
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[ Man ] The teenager's braces are wrapped around the backseat ashtray.
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Might make a good antismoking ad.
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[ Narrator ] The car crashes and burns with everyone trapped inside.
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Now, should we initiate a recall?
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The father must've been huge. You see where the fat's burned to the seat?
00:20:54.209 – 00:20:56.385
The polyester shirt?
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Very modern art.[ Chuckles ]
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[ Narrator ] Take the number of vehicles in the field, "A,"
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multiply it by the probable rate of failure, "B,"
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then multiply the result by the average out-of-court settlement, "C."
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"A" times "B" times "C"...
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equals "X."
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If "X" is less than the cost of a recall,
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we don't do one.
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Are there a lot of these kinds of accidents?
00:21:20.148 – 00:21:21.889
You wouldn't believe.
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Which car company do you work for?
00:21:27.111 – 00:21:28.896
A major one.
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[ Narrator ] Every time the plane banked too sharply...
00:21:33.509 – 00:21:38.601
on takeoff or landing, I prayed for a crash or a midair collision.
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Anything.
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[ Screaming ]
00:21:49.482 – 00:21:52.789
Life insurance pays off triple if you die on a business trip.
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[ Dings ]
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"If you are seated in an emergency exit row"... Yeah.
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"And you feel you would be unable or unwilling to perform...
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"the duties listed on the safety card,
00:22:04.801 – 00:22:07.064
please ask a flight attendant to reseat you."
00:22:08.936 – 00:22:11.112
It's a lot of responsibility.
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Wanna switch seats?
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No. I'm not sure I'm the man for that particular job.
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An exit-door procedure at 30,000 feet. Mm-hmm.
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The illusion of safety.
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Yeah. I guess so.
00:22:26.91 – 00:22:28.912
You know why they put oxygen masks on planes?
00:22:28.956 – 00:22:30.697
So you can breathe.
00:22:30.74 – 00:22:33.874
Oxygen gets you high.
00:22:33.917 – 00:22:38.357
In a catastrophic emergency, you're taking giant, panicked breaths.
00:22:38.4 – 00:22:40.968
Suddenly you become euphoric, docile.
00:22:41.011 – 00:22:43.753
You accept your fate.
00:22:43.797 – 00:22:45.973
It's all right here.
00:22:46.016 – 00:22:49.28
Emergency water landing... 600 miles an hour.
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Blank faces, calm as Hindu cows.
00:22:52.022 – 00:22:54.155
That's, um...
00:22:54.198 – 00:22:56.984
That's an interesting theory.
00:22:59.856 – 00:23:02.337
What do you do? What do you mean?
00:23:02.381 – 00:23:04.121
What do you do for a living?
00:23:04.165 – 00:23:07.211
Why? So you can pretend like you're interested?
00:23:07.255 – 00:23:11.694
[ Laughs ] Okay.
00:23:11.738 – 00:23:14.131
You have a kind of sick desperation in your laugh.
00:23:17.047 – 00:23:19.441
We have the exact same briefcase.
00:23:20.877 – 00:23:23.576
- Soap. - Sorry?
00:23:23.619 – 00:23:26.361
I make and I sell soap.
00:23:26.405 – 00:23:29.408
The yardstick of civilization.
00:23:29.451 – 00:23:33.15
[ Narrator ] And this is how I met... "Tyler Durden."
00:23:33.194 – 00:23:35.805
Did you know if you mixed equal parts of gasoline...
00:23:35.849 – 00:23:38.591
and frozen orange juice concentrate, you can make napalm?
00:23:38.634 – 00:23:41.028
No, I did not know that. Is that true?
00:23:41.071 – 00:23:45.206
That's right. One can make all kinds of explosives using simple household items.
00:23:45.249 – 00:23:47.991
Really? If one were so inclined.
00:23:48.035 – 00:23:50.516
[ Briefcase Latches Click ]
00:23:52.822 – 00:23:55.39
Tyler, you are by far the most interesting...
00:23:55.434 – 00:24:00.134
"single-serving" friend I've ever met.
00:24:00.177 – 00:24:02.571
See, I have this thing... Everything on a plane is single-serving, even...
00:24:02.615 – 00:24:05.792
Oh, I get it. It's very clever. Well, thank you.
00:24:05.835 – 00:24:08.534
How's that working out for you?
00:24:08.577 – 00:24:10.71
What? Being clever.
00:24:10.753 – 00:24:13.321
Great.
00:24:13.364 – 00:24:16.106
Keep it up then. Keep it right up.
00:24:17.586 – 00:24:19.545
[ Sighs ] Now a question of etiquette.
00:24:19.588 – 00:24:22.243
As I pass, do I give you the ass or the crotch?
00:24:29.642 – 00:24:32.427
[ Narrator ] How I came to live with Tyler is...
00:24:32.471 – 00:24:36.257
Airlines have this policy about vibrating luggage.
00:24:37.476 – 00:24:41.262
[ Woman On P.A., Indistinct ]
00:24:43.09 – 00:24:46.528
Was-Was it ticking?
00:24:46.572 – 00:24:48.878
Actually, throwers don't worry about ticking, 'cause modern bombs don't tick.
00:24:48.922 – 00:24:52.969
- Sorry. "Throwers"? - Baggage handlers.
00:24:53.013 – 00:24:57.234
But when a suitcase vibrates, then the thrower's gotta call the police.
00:24:57.278 – 00:25:00.02
My suitcase... was vibrating?
00:25:00.063 – 00:25:02.022
Nine times out of 10, it's an electric razor,
00:25:02.065 – 00:25:04.938
but every once in a while...
00:25:07.897 – 00:25:11.118
[ Whispering ] it's a dildo.
00:25:11.161 – 00:25:15.165
Of course, it's company policy never to imply ownership in the event of a dildo.
00:25:15.209 – 00:25:17.733
We have to use the indefinite article... "A" dildo.
00:25:17.777 – 00:25:21.128
Never... "your" dildo.
00:25:21.171 – 00:25:24.174
I don't own...
00:25:26.046 – 00:25:27.917
[ Narrator ] I had everything in that suitcase...
00:25:27.961 – 00:25:31.225
My CK shirts, my DKNY shoes,
00:25:31.268 – 00:25:34.358
my AX ties.
00:25:34.402 – 00:25:36.578
Never mind.[ Tires Squealing ]
00:25:38.014 – 00:25:40.321
[ Man ] Hey! That's my car!
00:25:43.019 – 00:25:47.197
[ Police Radio Chatter ] [ Siren Wailing ]
00:25:47.241 – 00:25:49.896
[ Narrator ] Home was a condo on the 15th floor...
00:25:49.939 – 00:25:52.42
of a filing cabinet for widows and young professionals.
00:25:52.463 – 00:25:55.379
The walls were solid concrete.
00:25:55.423 – 00:25:58.818
A foot of concrete's important when your next-door neighbor lets her hearing aid go...
00:25:58.861 – 00:26:01.298
and has to watch game shows at full volume.
00:26:01.342 – 00:26:03.474
Or when a volcanic blast and debris...
00:26:03.518 – 00:26:05.912
that used to be your furniture and personal effects...
00:26:05.955 – 00:26:07.827
blows out of your floor-to-ceiling windows...
00:26:07.87 – 00:26:09.611
and sails flaming into the night.
00:26:09.655 – 00:26:11.961
[ Helicopter Circling ]
00:26:12.005 – 00:26:14.007
[ Police Radio Chatter ]
00:26:16.052 – 00:26:18.011
I suppose these things happen.
00:26:30.893 – 00:26:33.374
There's nothing up there.
00:26:33.417 – 00:26:36.682
You can't go into the unit. Police orders.
00:26:45.604 – 00:26:48.519
Do you have somebody you can call?
00:26:48.563 – 00:26:53.002
[ Narrator ] How embarrassing. A house full of condiments and no food.
00:27:02.882 – 00:27:06.233
The police would later tell me that the pilot light might have gone out,
00:27:07.669 – 00:27:10.541
letting out just a little bit of gas.
00:27:10.585 – 00:27:12.892
That gas could have slowly filled the condo...
00:27:12.935 – 00:27:17.026
1,700 square feet with high ceilings for days and days.
00:27:20.987 – 00:27:24.033
[ Dialing ]
00:27:24.077 – 00:27:26.949
[ Line Ringing ] Then the refrigerator's compressor could've clicked on.
00:27:26.993 – 00:27:29.038
[ Ringing ]
00:27:29.082 – 00:27:31.301
[ Marla ] Yeah?
00:27:34.74 – 00:27:37.394
I can hear you breathing, you... [ Handset Settles In Cradle ]
00:27:46.49 – 00:27:50.146
If you asked me now, I couldn't tell you why I called him.
00:27:57.588 – 00:27:59.765
[ Line Ringing ]
00:28:10.776 – 00:28:13.692
[ Engine Starts ][ Ringing Continues ]
00:28:13.735 – 00:28:15.65
[ Vehicle Departs ]
00:28:19.785 – 00:28:22.918
[ Rings ]
00:28:24.964 – 00:28:27.488
[ Ringing Continues ]
00:28:31.753 – 00:28:33.886
Hello?
00:28:33.929 – 00:28:35.801
[ Tyler ] Who's this? [ Crunching ]
00:28:35.844 – 00:28:38.064
Tyler?
00:28:38.107 – 00:28:40.762
Who is this? Um... [ Clears Throat ]
00:28:40.806 – 00:28:44.374
We met... We met on the airplane. We had the same suitcase.
00:28:44.418 – 00:28:47.769
[ Crunching Continues ]Uh, the clever guy.
00:28:47.813 – 00:28:51.991
Oh. [ Laughing ] Oh, yeah. Right. Okay.
00:28:52.034 – 00:28:55.995
I called a second ago. There was no answer. I'm at a pay phone.
00:28:56.038 – 00:28:59.825
Yeah. I star-69ed you. I never pick up my phone. [ Crunching ]
00:29:01.174 – 00:29:06.179
So, what's up, man? Uh, well...
00:29:06.222 – 00:29:08.224
You're not gonna believe this.
00:29:10.792 – 00:29:12.838
[ Tyler ] You know, man, it could be worse.
00:29:12.881 – 00:29:14.927
A woman could cut off your penis while you're sleeping...
00:29:14.97 – 00:29:17.538
and toss it out the window of a moving car.
00:29:17.581 – 00:29:20.889
There's always that. I don't know. It's just...
00:29:20.933 – 00:29:23.587
When you buy furniture, you tell yourself, "That's it.
00:29:23.631 – 00:29:25.676
That's the last sofa I'm gonna need."
00:29:25.72 – 00:29:29.115
Whatever else happens, I've got that sofa problem handled.
00:29:29.158 – 00:29:32.466
I had it all. I had a stereo that was very decent,
00:29:32.509 – 00:29:35.208
a wardrobe that was getting very respectable.
00:29:35.251 – 00:29:38.559
I was close to being complete.
00:29:38.602 – 00:29:41.04
Shit, man. Now it's all gone. All gone.
00:29:41.083 – 00:29:43.694
Hmm. All gone.
00:29:45.522 – 00:29:47.002
Do you know what a duvet is?
00:29:48.264 – 00:29:50.353
Comforter. It's a blanket.
00:29:50.397 – 00:29:54.488
Just a blanket. Why do guys like you and I know what a duvet is?
00:29:54.531 – 00:29:58.405
Is this essential to our survival in the hunter-gatherer sense of the word?
00:29:58.448 – 00:30:02.365
No. What are we then?
00:30:02.409 – 00:30:04.933
We're, uh... I don't know. Consumers.
00:30:04.977 – 00:30:07.283
Right. We are consumers.
00:30:07.327 – 00:30:11.287
We are by-products of a lifestyle obsession.
00:30:11.331 – 00:30:14.987
Murder, crime, poverty... These things don't concern me.
00:30:15.03 – 00:30:18.033
What concerns me are celebrity magazines,
00:30:18.077 – 00:30:20.253
television with 500 channels,
00:30:20.296 – 00:30:22.908
some guy's name on my underwear.
00:30:22.951 – 00:30:25.214
Rogaine, Viagra, olestra.
00:30:25.258 – 00:30:28.435
- Martha Stewart. - Fuck Martha Stewart.
00:30:28.478 – 00:30:31.655
Martha's polishing the brass on the Titanic. It's all going down, man.
00:30:31.699 – 00:30:33.919
So fuck off with your sofa units...
00:30:33.962 – 00:30:36.53
and Strinne green stripe patterns.
00:30:36.573 – 00:30:38.967
I say, never be complete.
00:30:39.011 – 00:30:43.102
I say, stop being perfect. I say, let-let's evolve.
00:30:43.145 – 00:30:44.886
Let the chips fall where they may.
00:30:47.976 – 00:30:50.892
But that's me, and I could be wrong. Maybe it's a terrible tragedy.
00:30:50.936 – 00:30:53.547
Nah. It's just... It's just stuff.
00:30:53.59 – 00:30:55.723
It's not a tragedy, but... Well, you did lose...
00:30:55.766 – 00:30:58.378
a lot of versatile solutions for modern living.
00:30:58.421 – 00:31:00.641
Fuck. You're right. No. I don't smoke.
00:31:04.427 – 00:31:07.996
My... My insurance is probably gonna cover it, so...
00:31:08.04 – 00:31:10.433
[ Grunts ]
00:31:10.477 – 00:31:12.783
What?
00:31:12.827 – 00:31:16.744
The things you own end up owning you.
00:31:19.225 – 00:31:21.923
But do what you like, man.
00:31:21.967 – 00:31:24.883
[ Groans ] Oh, it's late.
00:31:24.926 – 00:31:27.102
Hey, thanks for the beer. Yeah, man.
00:31:28.364 – 00:31:30.453
I should find a hotel.
00:31:30.497 – 00:31:32.803
[ Groans ]What?
00:31:32.847 – 00:31:35.197
What? A hotel?
00:31:35.241 – 00:31:38.244
Yeah. Just ask, man.
00:31:38.287 – 00:31:40.594
What are you talking about?[ Chuckles ] Oh, God.
00:31:40.637 – 00:31:42.509
Three pitchers of beer, and you still can't ask.
00:31:45.729 – 00:31:48.341
What? You called me 'cause you needed a place to stay.
00:31:48.384 – 00:31:52.171
Oh, hey, hey... No, no, no. I didn't mean... Yes, you did. So just ask.
00:31:52.214 – 00:31:54.477
Cut the foreplay and just ask, man.
00:31:56.74 – 00:31:58.699
Would-Would that be a problem?
00:31:58.742 – 00:32:00.527
Is it a problem for you to ask?
00:32:02.224 – 00:32:04.183
Can I stay at your place? Yeah.
00:32:05.445 – 00:32:07.36
Thanks.
00:32:11.973 – 00:32:14.976
I want you to do me a favor. Yeah, sure.
00:32:15.02 – 00:32:17.196
I want you to hit me as hard as you can.
00:32:17.239 – 00:32:19.415
What?
00:32:19.459 – 00:32:23.854
I want you to hit me as hard as you can.
00:32:23.898 – 00:32:26.292
[ Narrator ] Let me tell you a little bit about Tyler Durden.
00:32:26.335 – 00:32:28.947
Tyler was a night person.
00:32:28.99 – 00:32:31.253
While the rest of us were sleeping, he worked.
00:32:31.297 – 00:32:34.604
He had one part-time job as a projectionist.
00:32:34.648 – 00:32:37.651
See, a movie doesn't come all on one big reel. It comes on a few.
00:32:37.694 – 00:32:40.262
So someone has to be there to switch the projectors...
00:32:40.306 – 00:32:43.613
at the exact moment that one reel ends and the next one begins.
00:32:43.657 – 00:32:46.007
If you look for it, you can see these little dots...
00:32:46.051 – 00:32:49.01
come into the upper right-hand corner of the screen.[ Beep ]
00:32:49.054 – 00:32:51.447
In the industry, we call them "cigarette burns."
00:32:51.491 – 00:32:53.623
That's the cue for a changeover.
00:32:53.667 – 00:32:56.148
He flips the projectors, movie keeps right on going,
00:32:56.191 – 00:32:58.585
and nobody in the audience has any idea.
00:32:58.628 – 00:33:01.196
Why would anyone want this shit job?
00:33:01.24 – 00:33:04.199
Because it affords him other interesting opportunities.
00:33:04.243 – 00:33:07.898
Like splicing single frames of pornography into family films.
00:33:07.942 – 00:33:11.293
So when the snooty cat and the courageous dog with the celebrity voices...
00:33:11.337 – 00:33:13.556
meet for the first time in reel three,
00:33:13.6 – 00:33:17.038
that's when you'll catch a flash of Tyler's contribution to the film.
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♪♪ [ Film: Singing ]
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- [ Woman Moans ] - ♪♪ [ Singing Continues ]
00:33:24.002 – 00:33:26.526
Nobody knows that they saw it, but they did.
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A nice, big cock.
00:33:29.181 – 00:33:31.661
♪♪ [ Singing Continues ]
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[ Crying ]
00:33:34.055 – 00:33:36.71
Even a hummingbird couldn't catch Tyler at work.
00:33:36.753 – 00:33:38.625
♪♪ [ Soft Piano ]
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Tyler also works sometimes as a banquet waiter...
00:33:44.718 – 00:33:46.894
at the luxurious Pressman Hotel.
00:33:51.768 – 00:33:56.034
[ Urinating ]He was theguerrilla terrorist in the food service industry.
00:33:56.077 – 00:33:58.34
Do not watch. I cannot go when you watch.
00:33:58.384 – 00:34:00.473
Apart from seasoning the lobster bisque,
00:34:00.516 – 00:34:03.171
he farted on meringues, sneezed on braised endive.
00:34:03.215 – 00:34:05.217
And as for the cream of mushroom soup, well...
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[ Chuckles ] Go ahead. Tell them. You get the idea.
00:34:09.917 – 00:34:13.094
- What do you want me to do? You just want me to hit you? - Come on. Do me this one favor.
00:34:13.138 – 00:34:15.575
- Why? - Why? I don't know why. I don't know.
00:34:15.618 – 00:34:18.186
- I've never been in a fight. You? - No, but that's a good thing.
00:34:18.23 – 00:34:20.58
No, it is not. How much can you know about yourself if you've never been in a fight?
00:34:20.623 – 00:34:23.017
I don't wanna die without any scars.
00:34:23.061 – 00:34:24.932
So, come on. Hit me before I lose my nerve.
00:34:24.975 – 00:34:27.674
Oh, God. This is crazy. I...
00:34:27.717 – 00:34:31.46
So go crazy. Let 'er rip. Hey, I don't know about this.
00:34:31.504 – 00:34:33.593
I don't either, but who gives a shit?
00:34:33.636 – 00:34:35.812
No one's watching. What do you care? Wait.
00:34:35.856 – 00:34:39.729
This is crazy. You want me to hit you? That's right.
00:34:39.773 – 00:34:43.385
What, like, in the face?[ Laughing ] Surprise me.
00:34:45.692 – 00:34:47.52
This is so fucking stupid.
00:34:52.22 – 00:34:54.048
[ Train Horn Blowing In Distance ]
00:34:56.877 – 00:35:01.229
[ Grunts ] Motherfucker!
00:35:01.273 – 00:35:04.406
- You hit me in the ear! - Well, Jesus, I'm sorry.
00:35:04.45 – 00:35:07.975
Ow! Christ! Why the ear, man?
00:35:08.018 – 00:35:10.238
Aw, I fucked it up kinda.No. That was perfect.
00:35:10.282 – 00:35:12.197
[ Grunts ]
00:35:13.546 – 00:35:15.374
[ Groaning ][ Chuckles ]
00:35:23.077 – 00:35:25.906
Nah, it's all right.
00:35:25.949 – 00:35:28.561
You okay? That really hurts.
00:35:28.604 – 00:35:32.26
Right. Hit me again.
00:35:32.304 – 00:35:35.481
[ Laughing ] No. You hit me. Come on.
00:35:35.524 – 00:35:39.224
[ Both Grunting ]
00:35:48.537 – 00:35:51.105
[ Siren Wailing In Distance ]
00:35:52.585 – 00:35:54.674
We should do this again sometime.
00:35:54.717 – 00:35:56.85
[ Chuckles ]
00:36:07.643 – 00:36:09.732
Where's your car? What car?
00:36:09.776 – 00:36:11.604
[ Belches ]
00:36:20.656 – 00:36:23.093
[ Narrator ] I don't know how Tyler found that house,
00:36:23.137 – 00:36:25.4
but he said he'd been there for a year.
00:36:25.444 – 00:36:28.273
It looked like it was waiting to be torn down.[ Groans ]
00:36:28.316 – 00:36:30.84
Most of the windows were boarded up.
00:36:30.884 – 00:36:32.842
There was no lock on the front door...
00:36:32.886 – 00:36:36.281
from when the police or whoever kicked it in.
00:36:36.324 – 00:36:38.544
The stairs were ready to collapse. [ Board Cracks ]
00:36:38.587 – 00:36:40.981
I didn't know if he owned it or if he was squatting.
00:36:41.024 – 00:36:43.418
Neither would have surprised me.
00:36:43.462 – 00:36:45.681
Yep. That's you.
00:36:45.725 – 00:36:49.25
That's me. That's the toilet. Good?
00:36:49.294 – 00:36:52.122
Yeah. Thanks.
00:36:52.166 – 00:36:54.386
[ Narrator ] What a shit-hole.[ Springs Clang ]
00:36:54.429 – 00:36:56.91
- Nothing worked. - [ Water Pipes Rumble ]
00:36:59.217 – 00:37:03.177
Turning on one light meant another light in the house went out.
00:37:03.221 – 00:37:06.789
There were no neighbors, just some warehouses and a paper mill...
00:37:06.833 – 00:37:11.011
That fart smell of steam, the hamster cage smell of wood chips.
00:37:11.054 – 00:37:15.102
After work tomorrow, we'll be... Hey. What have we here?
00:37:15.145 – 00:37:17.844
[ Both Grunting ]
00:37:24.546 – 00:37:27.332
Hold on. Hold on. [ Groans ]
00:37:29.508 – 00:37:31.64
Hey, guys.Hey.
00:37:31.684 – 00:37:34.382
Hey. It's cool. [ Grunts ]
00:37:34.426 – 00:37:37.342
♪♪ [ Whistling ]
00:37:43.696 – 00:37:46.916
[ Narrator ] Every time it rained, we had to kill the power.
00:37:46.96 – 00:37:49.31
By the end of the first month, I didn't miss TV.
00:37:49.354 – 00:37:51.443
That's it. Okay.
00:37:51.486 – 00:37:54.576
I didn't even mind the warm, stale refrigerator.
00:37:54.62 – 00:37:59.712
[ Both Grunting ]
00:38:07.459 – 00:38:08.895
Can I be next?
00:38:13.9 – 00:38:16.511
All right, man. Lose the tie.
00:38:18.818 – 00:38:21.255
[ Glass Shatters ]Ooh! [ Laughs ]
00:38:21.299 – 00:38:23.344
[ Narrator ] At night, Tyler and I...
00:38:23.388 – 00:38:25.868
were alone for a half a mile in every direction.
00:38:27.609 – 00:38:31.657
[ Glass Shatters ]You got it.
00:38:31.7 – 00:38:35.53
Rain trickled down through the plaster and the light fixtures.
00:38:35.574 – 00:38:37.445
Everything wooden swelled and shrank.
00:38:37.489 – 00:38:41.797
Everywhere were rusted nails to snag your elbow on.
00:38:41.841 – 00:38:44.322
The previous occupant had been a bit of a shut-in.
00:38:44.365 – 00:38:46.759
[ Bell Dings ]Hey, man, what are you reading?
00:38:46.802 – 00:38:51.241
Listen to this. It's an article written by an organ in the first person.
00:38:51.285 – 00:38:54.07
"I am Jack's medulla oblongata.
00:38:54.114 – 00:38:57.77
Without me, Jack could not regulate his heart rate, blood pressure or breathing."
00:38:57.813 – 00:39:00.425
There's a whole series of these.
00:39:00.468 – 00:39:03.776
- "I Am Jill's Nipples." - [ Clattering ]
00:39:03.819 – 00:39:07.606
- "I Am Jack's Colon." - Yeah. "I get cancer. I kill Jack."
00:39:07.649 – 00:39:11.174
Whoa... Ohh!
00:39:11.218 – 00:39:14.83
[ Narrator ] After fighting, everything else in your life got the volume turned down.
00:39:14.874 – 00:39:18.399
[ Muted Chattering ]
00:39:18.443 – 00:39:21.097
- What? - [ Narrator ] You could deal with anything.
00:39:21.141 – 00:39:22.925
Have you finished those reports?
00:39:27.06 – 00:39:29.454
- [ Water Splashes ] - [ Tyler ] If you could fight anyone, who would you fight?
00:39:29.497 – 00:39:31.847
[ Scrubbing ]I'd fight my boss, probably.
00:39:31.891 – 00:39:34.415
Really?
00:39:34.459 – 00:39:36.199
Yeah. Why? Who would you fight?
00:39:36.243 – 00:39:40.247
- I'd fight my dad. - I don't know my dad.
00:39:40.29 – 00:39:43.903
I mean, I know him, but he left when I was, like, six years old,
00:39:43.946 – 00:39:45.861
married this other woman and had some other kids.
00:39:45.905 – 00:39:48.081
He, like, did this every six years.
00:39:48.124 – 00:39:50.997
He goes to a new city and starts a new family.
00:39:51.04 – 00:39:53.042
Fucker settin' up franchises.
00:39:55.305 – 00:39:58.874
My dad never went to college, so it was real important that I go.
00:39:58.918 – 00:40:02.748
That sounds familiar. So I graduate. I call him up long distance.
00:40:02.791 – 00:40:05.664
I say, "Dad, now what?" He says, "Get a job."
00:40:05.707 – 00:40:07.84
Same here. Now I'm 25.
00:40:07.883 – 00:40:11.452
I make my yearly call again. I say, "Dad, now what?"
00:40:11.496 – 00:40:13.976
He says, "I don't know. Get married."
00:40:14.02 – 00:40:17.719
[ Scoffs ] I mean... I can't get married.
00:40:17.763 – 00:40:20.461
[ Thunder Rumbles ]I'm a 30-year-old boy.
00:40:20.505 – 00:40:22.985
We're a generation of men raised by women.
00:40:23.029 – 00:40:26.989
I'm wondering if another woman is really the answer we need.
00:40:33.343 – 00:40:36.738
[ Narrator ] Most of the week, we were Ozzie and Harriet.
00:40:36.782 – 00:40:40.612
♪♪ [ Whistling ] But every Saturday night, we were finding something out.
00:40:40.655 – 00:40:42.788
[ Men Shouting ]
00:40:42.831 – 00:40:45.355
We were finding out more and more that we were not alone.
00:40:45.399 – 00:40:47.619
[ Men Groaning ]
00:40:47.662 – 00:40:49.708
[ Man ] Who turned the lights off?
00:40:49.751 – 00:40:52.145
It used to be that when I came home angry or depressed...
00:40:52.188 – 00:40:54.016
[ Man ] Good night, Marla. I'd just clean my condo,
00:40:54.06 – 00:40:56.323
polish my Scandinavian furniture.
00:40:56.366 – 00:40:58.978
I should've been looking for a new condo.
00:40:59.021 – 00:41:01.633
I should've been haggling with my insurance company.
00:41:01.676 – 00:41:04.592
I should've been upset about my nice, neat flaming little shit.
00:41:04.636 – 00:41:07.029
But I wasn't.
00:41:07.073 – 00:41:10.903
The basic premise of cyber-netting any office is make things more efficient.
00:41:10.946 – 00:41:13.819
[ Narrator ] Monday mornings, all I could do was think about next week.
00:41:13.862 – 00:41:17.126
Can I get the icon in cornflower blue?
00:41:17.17 – 00:41:21.566
Absolutely. Efficiency is priority number one, people.
00:41:21.609 – 00:41:24.612
Because waste is a thief.
00:41:24.656 – 00:41:27.615
I showed this already to my man here. You liked it, didn't you?
00:41:27.659 – 00:41:29.269
[ Hisses, Mouths Words ]
00:41:31.489 – 00:41:34.1
[ Narrator ] You can swallow a pint of blood before you get sick.
00:41:36.145 – 00:41:38.539
It was right in everyone's face.
00:41:38.583 – 00:41:41.063
Tyler and I just made it visible.
00:41:41.107 – 00:41:43.326
It was on the tip of everyone's tongue.
00:41:43.37 – 00:41:46.895
Tyler and I just gave it a name. ♪♪ [ Rock ]
00:41:53.772 – 00:41:56.644
♪♪ [ Man Singing, Indistinct ]
00:41:56.688 – 00:41:59.429
Come on, people, you gotta go home.
00:42:01.475 – 00:42:04.957
♪♪ [ Continues ]
00:42:20.886 – 00:42:23.149
Turn off the jukebox. Lock the back.
00:42:42.124 – 00:42:44.17
[ Man ] Keep it down. [ Man #2 Hawks ]
00:42:44.213 – 00:42:46.259
Keep it down. [ Spits ]
00:42:46.302 – 00:42:48.914
[ Narrator ] Every week, Tyler gave the rules that he and I decided.
00:42:48.957 – 00:42:52.308
Gentlemen, welcome to Fight Club.
00:42:52.352 – 00:42:55.355
[ Switch Clicks ]
00:42:55.398 – 00:42:57.226
The first rule of Fight Club is...
00:42:57.27 – 00:42:59.751
you do not talk about Fight Club.
00:42:59.794 – 00:43:02.841
The second rule of Fight Club is...
00:43:02.884 – 00:43:06.279
you do not talk about Fight Club.
00:43:06.322 – 00:43:08.847
Third rule of Fight Club...
00:43:08.89 – 00:43:13.503
Someone yells stop, goes limp, taps out, the fight is over.
00:43:13.547 – 00:43:16.811
- Fourth rule... Only two guys to a fight. - [ Scattered Laughter ]
00:43:16.855 – 00:43:20.467
Fifth rule... One fight at a time, fellas.
00:43:20.51 – 00:43:24.297
[ Laughter ]Sixth rule... No shirts, no shoes.
00:43:24.34 – 00:43:28.562
Seventh rule... Fights will go on as long as they have to.
00:43:30.564 – 00:43:33.567
And the eighth and final rule...
00:43:33.611 – 00:43:36.439
If this is your first night at Fight Club,
00:43:36.483 – 00:43:38.528
you have to fight.
00:43:38.572 – 00:43:40.182
[ Loud Shouting, Cheering ]
00:43:43.316 – 00:43:45.318
[ Narrator ] This kid from work, Ricky,
00:43:45.361 – 00:43:49.844
couldn't remember whether you ordered pens with blue ink or black.
00:43:49.888 – 00:43:52.368
Come on, man! But Ricky was a god for 10 minutes...
00:43:52.412 – 00:43:55.11
when he trounced the maître d' of a local food court.
00:43:58.723 – 00:44:02.248
Sometimes, all you could hear were the flat, hard packing sounds over the yelling.
00:44:06.992 – 00:44:10.082
Or the wet choke when someone caught their breath and sprayed...
00:44:10.125 – 00:44:14.608
- Stop! - You weren't alive anywhere like you were there.
00:44:14.652 – 00:44:16.654
But Fight Club only exists in the hours...
00:44:16.697 – 00:44:20.353
between when Fight Club starts and when Fight Club ends.
00:44:20.396 – 00:44:23.269
Even if I could tell someone they had a good fight,
00:44:23.312 – 00:44:25.488
I wouldn't be talking to the same man.
00:44:25.532 – 00:44:29.101
Who you were in Fight Club is not who you were in the rest of the world.
00:44:29.144 – 00:44:31.973
The guy who came to Fight Club for the first time,
00:44:32.017 – 00:44:34.106
his ass was a wad of cookie dough.
00:44:34.149 – 00:44:37.152
After a few weeks, he was carved out of wood.
00:44:37.196 – 00:44:41.374
If you could fight any celebrity, who would you fight?
00:44:41.417 – 00:44:45.16
Alive or dead? It doesn't matter. Who'd be tough?
00:44:45.204 – 00:44:47.772
Hemingway. You?
00:44:49.164 – 00:44:52.124
Shatner. I'd fight William Shatner.
00:44:54.3 – 00:44:56.911
[ Narrator ] We all started seeing things differently.
00:44:56.955 – 00:45:00.175
[ Clattering ] Everywhere we went, we were sizing things up.
00:45:04.745 – 00:45:07.617
I felt sorry for guys packed into gyms,
00:45:07.661 – 00:45:09.794
trying to look like how Calvin Klein...
00:45:09.837 – 00:45:13.275
or Tommy Hilfiger said they should. Is that what a man looks like?
00:45:13.319 – 00:45:17.236
[ Laughing ] Ahh. Self-improvement is masturbation.
00:45:17.279 – 00:45:19.76
Now, self-destruction...
00:45:19.804 – 00:45:22.241
Excuse me. [ Woman Coughing ]
00:45:22.284 – 00:45:24.765
[ Screaming ]
00:45:24.809 – 00:45:27.812
[ All Shouting ]
00:45:32.599 – 00:45:36.821
Pound his ass! Hit him again, man! Come on! Hit him!
00:45:40.65 – 00:45:43.523
[ Shouting Continues ]
00:45:56.536 – 00:45:59.017
[ Narrator ] Fight Club wasn't about winning or losing.
00:45:59.06 – 00:46:00.845
It wasn't about words.
00:46:03.848 – 00:46:06.285
The hysterical shouting was in tongues,
00:46:06.328 – 00:46:08.33
like in a Pentecostal church.
00:46:13.858 – 00:46:16.077
Is that it? Stop! Stop!
00:46:16.121 – 00:46:18.993
When the fight was over, nothing was solved,
00:46:19.037 – 00:46:21.866
but nothing mattered. Hey, cool.
00:46:24.607 – 00:46:27.567
[ Narrator ] Afterwards, we all felt saved.
00:46:27.61 – 00:46:29.743
Hey, man, how about next week?
00:46:31.092 – 00:46:33.225
How about next month? I hear you.
00:46:33.268 – 00:46:36.141
Irvin, you're in the middle. New guy. You too.
00:46:38.36 – 00:46:40.188
[ Narrator ] Sometimes, Tyler spoke for me.
00:46:40.232 – 00:46:42.843
Fell down some stairs.
00:46:42.887 – 00:46:44.758
I fell down some stairs.
00:46:47.239 – 00:46:51.721
Fight Club became the reason to cut your hair short or trim your fingernails.
00:46:51.765 – 00:46:54.289
Okay. Any historical figure.
00:46:54.333 – 00:46:56.03
I'd fight Gandhi.
00:46:57.553 – 00:47:01.035
- Good answer. - How about you?
00:47:01.079 – 00:47:03.081
Lincoln. Lincoln?
00:47:03.124 – 00:47:07.041
Mm. Big guy, big reach. Skinny guys fight till they're burger.
00:47:07.085 – 00:47:08.913
[ Groans ] Fuck.
00:47:11.524 – 00:47:13.613
Hey. Even the Mona Lisa's falling apart.
00:47:18.139 – 00:47:20.838
[ Rings ]
00:47:22.752 – 00:47:25.016
Hello.
00:47:25.059 – 00:47:27.279
[ Marla ] Where have you been the last eight weeks?
00:47:27.322 – 00:47:29.977
- Marla? - [ Karate Yell ]
00:47:31.936 – 00:47:34.852
How'd you find me? You left that forwarding number.
00:47:34.895 – 00:47:37.855
I haven't seen you in any support groups.
00:47:37.898 – 00:47:41.293
Yeah, we split them up. That was the idea, remember?
00:47:41.336 – 00:47:44.078
Yeah, but you haven't been going to yours.
00:47:44.122 – 00:47:47.734
- How do you know? - I cheated.
00:47:47.777 – 00:47:50.041
[ Karate Yell ]I found a new one.
00:47:50.084 – 00:47:52.521
- Really? - It's for men only.
00:47:52.565 – 00:47:55.307
- Like the testicle thing? - [ Karate Yell ]
00:47:58.527 – 00:48:02.618
- Look, this is a bad time. - I've been going to Debtors Anonymous.
00:48:02.662 – 00:48:05.447
You wanna see some really fucked-up people? I'm just on my way out.
00:48:05.491 – 00:48:08.32
Me too. I've got a stomach full of Xanax.
00:48:08.363 – 00:48:10.844
I took what was left of a bottle.
00:48:10.888 – 00:48:13.194
It might have been too much. [ Narrator ] Just picture watching...
00:48:13.238 – 00:48:16.894
Marla Singer throw herself around her crummy apartment.
00:48:16.937 – 00:48:18.983
But this isn't a for-real suicide thing.
00:48:19.026 – 00:48:21.637
This is probably one of those cry-for-help things.
00:48:21.681 – 00:48:24.51
[ Narrator ] This could go on for hours. You're staying in tonight then?
00:48:24.553 – 00:48:27.295
Do you wanna wait and hear me describe death?
00:48:27.339 – 00:48:29.515
Do you wanna listen...
00:48:29.558 – 00:48:31.865
and see if my spirit can use a phone?
00:48:33.867 – 00:48:36.565
[ Clattering ]Have you ever heard a death rattle before?
00:49:03.288 – 00:49:06.9
[ Narrator ] Tyler's door was closed. I'd been living here for two months,
00:49:06.944 – 00:49:09.947
and Tyler's door was never closed.
00:49:09.99 – 00:49:11.905
[ Footsteps On Stairs ]
00:49:14.168 – 00:49:16.431
You won't believe this dream I had last night.
00:49:16.475 – 00:49:19.173
Yeah, I can hardly believe anything about last night.
00:49:25.266 – 00:49:29.14
[ Gargles, Chuckles ]
00:49:29.183 – 00:49:30.968
What-What are you doing here?
00:49:33.796 – 00:49:36.06
What?
00:49:36.103 – 00:49:38.279
This is my house. What are you doing in my house?
00:49:40.803 – 00:49:42.892
Fuck you.
00:49:42.936 – 00:49:45.112
[ Cup Clatters ]
00:49:55.731 – 00:49:57.603
[ Laughs ] Ah!
00:49:57.646 – 00:50:00.91
Oh, you got some fucked-up friends, I'm tellin' you.
00:50:00.954 – 00:50:03.391
[ Chuckling ] Limber, though.
00:50:03.435 – 00:50:06.264
Silly cooze.
00:50:06.307 – 00:50:11.182
So I come in last night. Phone's off the hook. Guess who's on the other end.
00:50:11.225 – 00:50:13.923
[ Narrator ] I already knew the story before he told it to me.
00:50:16.491 – 00:50:19.233
Have you ever heard a death rattle before?
00:50:19.277 – 00:50:22.149
Do you think it'll live up to its name?
00:50:22.193 – 00:50:26.11
Or will it just be a death hair ball?
00:50:26.153 – 00:50:28.112
[ Coughs ]
00:50:29.33 – 00:50:33.204
Prepare... to evacuate soul.
00:50:33.247 – 00:50:37.904
[ Marla ] Ten, nine, eight...
00:50:37.947 – 00:50:40.037
[ Narrator ] Now, how could Tyler, of all people,
00:50:40.08 – 00:50:44.432
think it was a bad thing that Marla Singer was about to die?
00:50:44.476 – 00:50:48.088
[ Marla ] five, four,
00:50:48.132 – 00:50:50.308
three... Oh, hang on.
00:50:55.791 – 00:50:58.142
You got here fast.
00:50:58.185 – 00:51:00.535
♪♪ [ Woman Singing, Indistinct ]
00:51:00.579 – 00:51:03.103
Did I call you?
00:51:03.147 – 00:51:05.41
Huh?
00:51:05.453 – 00:51:07.934
Hey. [ Chuckles ]
00:51:07.977 – 00:51:09.675
[ Stifled Laugh ]
00:51:12.939 – 00:51:15.333
The mattress is all sealed in slippery plastic.
00:51:17.117 – 00:51:18.814
[ Rattling ]
00:51:18.858 – 00:51:20.99
Oh, don't worry. It's not a threat to you.
00:51:21.034 – 00:51:24.385
[ Siren Wailing ]
00:51:24.429 – 00:51:25.908
Oh, fuck.
00:51:25.952 – 00:51:28.085
Somebody called the cops.
00:51:28.128 – 00:51:29.912
[ Police Radio Chatter ]
00:51:35.092 – 00:51:36.789
[ Radio Chatter Continues ] [ Officer ] Back there!
00:51:36.832 – 00:51:39.748
[ Officers Shouting ]
00:51:39.792 – 00:51:44.362
513... Where's 513?Oh, end of the hall.
00:51:44.405 – 00:51:47.93
You know, the girl who lives there used to be a charming, lovely girl.
00:51:47.974 – 00:51:50.063
[ Dog Barking ]She's lost faith in herself.
00:51:50.107 – 00:51:53.327
- Miss Singer! - She's a monster.
00:51:53.371 – 00:51:55.068
You have every reason to live!
00:51:55.112 – 00:51:57.679
She's infectious human waste!
00:51:57.723 – 00:52:00.378
Miss Singer! Good luck trying to save her!
00:52:07.08 – 00:52:10.518
If I fall asleep, I'm done for.
00:52:11.954 – 00:52:14.957
You're gonna have to keep me up...
00:52:15.001 – 00:52:17.177
all night.
00:52:17.221 – 00:52:19.614
Un-fucking-believable. [ Coughs ]
00:52:19.658 – 00:52:21.921
[ Narrator ] He was obviously able to handle it.
00:52:21.964 – 00:52:25.49
- You know what I mean. You fucked her. - No, I didn't.
00:52:25.533 – 00:52:27.622
Never? No.
00:52:29.624 – 00:52:33.15
- You're not into her, are you? - No! God, not at all.
00:52:33.193 – 00:52:35.674
[ Narrator ] I am Jack's raging bile duct.
00:52:35.717 – 00:52:37.85
Are you sure? You can tell me.
00:52:37.893 – 00:52:40.069
Believe me, I'm sure. [ Narrator ] Put a gun to my head...
00:52:40.113 – 00:52:42.202
and paint the walls with my brains.
00:52:42.246 – 00:52:44.596
That's good, 'cause she's a predator posing as a house pet.
00:52:44.639 – 00:52:46.685
Stay away from that one.
00:52:46.728 – 00:52:49.078
[ Chuckling ]
00:52:49.122 – 00:52:51.429
And the shit that came out of this woman's mouth, I ain't never heard.
00:52:51.472 – 00:52:53.3
My God.
00:52:53.344 – 00:52:56.869
I haven't been fucked like that since grade school.
00:52:56.912 – 00:52:59.741
[ Shudders ] [ Narrator ] How could Tyler not go for that?
00:52:59.785 – 00:53:03.18
The night before last, he was splicing sex organs intoCinderella.
00:53:03.223 – 00:53:05.921
Marla doesn't need a lover. She needs a fucking caseworker.
00:53:05.965 – 00:53:08.707
She needs a wash. And she's in love with sport fuckin'.
00:53:08.75 – 00:53:12.189
[ Narrator ] She invaded my support groups. Now she'd invaded my home.
00:53:12.232 – 00:53:14.016
Hey, hey. Sit down.
00:53:18.586 – 00:53:21.372
Now, listen. Can't have you talking to her about me.
00:53:21.415 – 00:53:24.636
Why would I talk to her... You say anything about me or what goes on in this house...
00:53:24.679 – 00:53:28.509
to her or to anybody, we're done.
00:53:28.553 – 00:53:30.511
Now promise me.Okay.
00:53:30.555 – 00:53:32.165
You promise? Yeah, I promise.
00:53:32.209 – 00:53:34.776
Promise. I just said I promise.
00:53:34.82 – 00:53:36.648
That's three times you promised.
00:53:38.824 – 00:53:41.043
[ Narrator ] If only I had wasted a couple of minutes...
00:53:41.087 – 00:53:44.656
and gone to watch Marla Singer die, none of this would've happened.
00:53:44.699 – 00:53:48.616
[ Marla Moaning Loudly ] [ Loud Thumping ]
00:53:48.66 – 00:53:52.098
Oh, my God! Yeah! Oh! Harder! Harder!
00:53:52.141 – 00:53:54.1
Yes! Ooh! Aah!
00:53:54.143 – 00:53:56.842
Aah! Ohh! Aah!
00:53:56.885 – 00:54:00.28
[ Tyler And Marla Shouting, Grunting ]
00:54:00.324 – 00:54:02.717
[ Narrator ] I could've moved to another room...
00:54:02.761 – 00:54:04.98
on the third floor, where I might not have heard them.
00:54:05.024 – 00:54:07.331
[ Shouting Continues ]
00:54:07.374 – 00:54:09.158
But I didn't. [ Rats Squeaking ]
00:54:12.597 – 00:54:15.556
[ Marla Moaning ]
00:54:15.6 – 00:54:18.559
[ Loud Thumping ] [ Moaning, Screaming ]
00:54:18.603 – 00:54:21.475
[ Slapping ] [ Moaning, Screaming Continue ]
00:54:21.519 – 00:54:24.391
[ Marla Screaming Loudly ]
00:54:27.133 – 00:54:29.744
[ Marla And Tyler Screaming ] [ Bed Thumping ]
00:54:29.788 – 00:54:32.878
[ Rattling ]
00:54:32.921 – 00:54:37.099
- What are you doin'? - Just goin' to bed.
00:54:37.143 – 00:54:39.014
[ Marla Moaning ]You want to finish her off?
00:54:39.058 – 00:54:41.408
[ Gasps ] Oh![ Clattering ]
00:54:41.452 – 00:54:43.541
No. No, thank you.
00:54:43.584 – 00:54:45.673
[ Marla ] I found the cigarettes.
00:54:45.717 – 00:54:49.286
Who are you talking to? Shut up.
00:54:49.329 – 00:54:53.028
[ Marla Moaning ] [ Narrator ] I became the calm little center of the world.
00:54:53.072 – 00:54:56.728
I was the Zen master. [ Tyler Grunting ]
00:55:00.079 – 00:55:02.734
I wrote little haiku poems.
00:55:02.777 – 00:55:05.432
I e-mailed them to everyone.
00:55:05.476 – 00:55:09.61
- Is that your blood? - [ Modem Connecting ]
00:55:09.654 – 00:55:11.264
Some of it, yeah.
00:55:11.308 – 00:55:14.18
- You can't smoke in here. - [ Snickers ]
00:55:14.223 – 00:55:18.793
Take the rest of the day off. Come back Monday with some clean clothes.
00:55:18.837 – 00:55:21.361
Get yourself together.
00:55:21.405 – 00:55:23.624
[ Narrator ] I got right in everyone's hostile little face.
00:55:23.668 – 00:55:25.974
Yes, these are bruises from fighting.
00:55:26.018 – 00:55:28.063
Yes, I'm comfortable with that.
00:55:28.107 – 00:55:29.935
I... am enlightened.
00:55:32.111 – 00:55:34.156
You give up the condo life,
00:55:34.2 – 00:55:36.42
give up all your flaming worldly possessions,
00:55:36.463 – 00:55:38.639
go live in a dilapidated house...
00:55:38.683 – 00:55:40.989
in a toxic-waste part of town... [ Tyler Grunting ]
00:55:41.033 – 00:55:44.515
and you have to come home to this. [ Loud Thumping ]
00:55:44.558 – 00:55:47.779
[ Phone Rings ]
00:55:47.822 – 00:55:49.911
[ Tyler And Marla Moaning And Shouting ]
00:55:49.955 – 00:55:52.436
[ Marla Screaming Loudly ]
00:55:52.479 – 00:55:55.177
[ Rings ]
00:55:55.221 – 00:55:59.399
Hello? Yes. This is Detective Stern with the arson unit.
00:55:59.443 – 00:56:01.619
We have some new information about the incident...
00:56:01.662 – 00:56:04.535
at your former condo. Yes?
00:56:04.578 – 00:56:07.668
I don't know if you're aware, but it seems that someone sprayed Freon...
00:56:07.712 – 00:56:10.236
into your front door lock, then tapped it...
00:56:10.279 – 00:56:12.325
with a chisel to shatter the cylinder.
00:56:12.369 – 00:56:14.327
No, I wasn't aware of that at all.
00:56:14.371 – 00:56:16.285
[ Narrator ] I am Jack's cold sweat.
00:56:16.329 – 00:56:18.505
Does this sound strange to you?
00:56:18.549 – 00:56:20.507
Uh, yes, sir. Strange. Very strange.
00:56:20.551 – 00:56:22.77
- The dynamite... - Dynamite?
00:56:22.814 – 00:56:27.035
Left a residue of ammonium oxalate potassium chloride.
00:56:27.079 – 00:56:30.474
Do you know what this means? No. What does it mean?
00:56:30.517 – 00:56:34.303
- It means it was homemade. - I'm sorry.
00:56:34.347 – 00:56:36.828
This is just coming as quite a shock to me, sir.
00:56:36.871 – 00:56:39.004
See, whoever set this homemade dynamite...
00:56:39.047 – 00:56:42.573
could've blown out your pilot light days before the actual explosion.
00:56:42.616 – 00:56:45.619
The gas was just the detonator. Who would go and do such a thing?
00:56:45.663 – 00:56:47.882
I'll ask the questions. Tell him.
00:56:47.926 – 00:56:50.276
Tell him the liberator who destroyed my property...
00:56:50.319 – 00:56:52.321
has realigned my perception.
00:56:52.365 – 00:56:54.498
[ Detective ] Excuse me. Are you there?
00:56:54.541 – 00:56:57.501
No, I am listening. It's a little hard to know what to make of all this.
00:56:57.544 – 00:56:59.677
Have you recently made enemies with anyone...
00:56:59.72 – 00:57:02.114
who might have access to homemade dynamite?
00:57:02.157 – 00:57:04.464
Enemies? Reject the basic assumptions of civilization,
00:57:04.508 – 00:57:06.684
especially the importance of material possessions.
00:57:06.727 – 00:57:09.469
[ Detective ] Son, this is serious. Yes, I know it's serious.
00:57:09.513 – 00:57:12.341
I mean that. Yes, it's very serious.
00:57:12.385 – 00:57:17.564
Look, nobody takes this more seriously than me. That condo was my life.
00:57:17.608 – 00:57:21.655
Okay? I loved every stick of furniture in that place.
00:57:21.699 – 00:57:24.789
That was not just a bunch of stuff that got destroyed.
00:57:24.832 – 00:57:27.139
It was me! [ Narrator ] I'd like to thank the Academy.
00:57:27.182 – 00:57:29.054
[ Detective ] Is this not a good time for you?
00:57:29.097 – 00:57:31.839
Just tell him you fuckin' did it. Shh!
00:57:31.883 – 00:57:36.061
Tell him you blew it all up. That's what he wants to hear.
00:57:36.104 – 00:57:38.15
Are you still there? Wait.
00:57:38.193 – 00:57:40.718
Are you saying that I'm a suspect? No, no.
00:57:40.761 – 00:57:42.72
I may need to talk to you a little further,
00:57:42.763 – 00:57:44.722
so how about you just let me know if you're gonna leave town?
00:57:44.765 – 00:57:47.072
Okay? Okay.
00:57:50.554 – 00:57:54.732
[ Narrator ] Except for their humping, Tyler and Marla were never in the same room.
00:57:54.775 – 00:57:57.735
My parents pulled this exact same act for years.
00:57:57.778 – 00:58:01.739
The condom is the glass slipper of our generation.
00:58:01.782 – 00:58:04.655
You slip one on when you meet a stranger.
00:58:04.698 – 00:58:07.135
You dance all night.
00:58:07.179 – 00:58:09.529
Then you throw it away.
00:58:09.573 – 00:58:13.098
The condom, I mean. Not the stranger.[ Lighter Flicks ]
00:58:13.141 – 00:58:14.665
What?
00:58:14.708 – 00:58:18.495
[ Chuckles ]
00:58:18.538 – 00:58:22.411
[ Inhales ] I got this dress at a thrift store for one dollar.
00:58:22.455 – 00:58:24.37
It was worth every penny.
00:58:24.413 – 00:58:26.459
It's a bridesmaid's dress.
00:58:28.417 – 00:58:33.335
Someone loved it intensely for one day,
00:58:33.379 – 00:58:34.772
then tossed it.
00:58:36.948 – 00:58:39.037
Like a Christmas tree.
00:58:39.08 – 00:58:41.605
So special.
00:58:41.648 – 00:58:44.608
Then, bam.
00:58:44.651 – 00:58:47.262
It's on the side of the road,
00:58:47.306 – 00:58:49.351
tinsel still clinging to it...
00:58:51.44 – 00:58:54.356
like a sex crime victim,
00:58:54.4 – 00:58:57.055
underwear inside out,
00:58:57.098 – 00:59:00.101
bound with electrical tape. Well, then it suits you.
00:59:01.45 – 00:59:03.278
You can borrow it sometime.
00:59:08.327 – 00:59:10.677
[ Stomping On Stairs ]
00:59:10.721 – 00:59:13.201
Get rid of her.
00:59:13.245 – 00:59:15.813
Why can't you get rid of her? Don't mention me.
00:59:15.856 – 00:59:17.945
[ Narrator ] I'm six years old again,
00:59:17.989 – 00:59:19.947
passing messages between parents.
00:59:22.602 – 00:59:24.909
I really think it's time you got out of here.
00:59:24.952 – 00:59:27.694
- Don't worry. I'm leaving. - Not that we don't love your little visits.
00:59:27.738 – 00:59:30.436
You know, you are such a nutcase. I can't even begin to keep up.
00:59:30.479 – 00:59:32.612
[ Bottle Clatters ]
00:59:32.656 – 00:59:36.964
- ♪ Gotta get off - Thanks. Bye.
00:59:37.008 – 00:59:41.534
♪ Gotta get off this merry-go-round ♪
00:59:43.667 – 00:59:47.54
♪ Gonna get, need to get
00:59:47.584 – 00:59:49.586
♪ Gotta get on where ♪
00:59:49.629 – 00:59:51.675
[ Chuckling ]
00:59:51.718 – 00:59:53.285
You kids.
00:59:53.328 – 00:59:56.375
Wh-Why do you still waste time with her?
00:59:58.725 – 01:00:02.511
I'll say this about Marla... At least she's tryin' to hit bottom.
01:00:02.555 – 01:00:04.078
What, and I'm not?
01:00:04.122 – 01:00:06.254
Stickin' feathers up your butt does not make you a chicken.
01:00:06.298 – 01:00:08.953
What are we doin' tonight?
01:00:08.996 – 01:00:11.042
Tonight? Yeah.
01:00:11.085 – 01:00:14.045
- We make soap. - Really?
01:00:14.088 – 01:00:16.743
To make soap, first we render fat.
01:00:29.364 – 01:00:32.193
[ Walkie-Talkie Squawks ]
01:00:33.934 – 01:00:35.806
[ Man On Walkie-Talkie, Indistinct ]
01:00:35.849 – 01:00:37.982
The salt balance has to be just right,
01:00:38.025 – 01:00:41.115
so the best fat for making soap comes from humans.
01:00:41.159 – 01:00:44.118
Wait. What is this place? A liposuction clinic.
01:00:52.649 – 01:00:54.781
Aha! Pay dirt.
01:00:54.825 – 01:00:57.915
The richest, creamiest fat in the world.
01:00:57.958 – 01:00:59.525
Fat of the land.
01:01:04.095 – 01:01:06.053
No...
01:01:06.097 – 01:01:08.708
Don't pull it. No, don't pull it.
01:01:10.188 – 01:01:12.451
[ Grunting, Muttering ]
01:01:12.494 – 01:01:15.497
Oh, God! Oh! Get another one. [ Grunts ]
01:01:22.026 – 01:01:24.289
As the fat renders, the tallows float to the surface.
01:01:24.332 – 01:01:26.247
Like in Boy Scouts.
01:01:26.291 – 01:01:28.597
It's hard to imagine you as a Boy Scout.
01:01:28.641 – 01:01:29.99
Keep stirrin'.
01:01:32.776 – 01:01:36.388
Once the tallow hardens, we skim off a layer of glycerin.
01:01:36.431 – 01:01:39.043
If you were to add nitric acid, you got nitroglycerin.
01:01:39.086 – 01:01:42.699
If you were then to add sodium nitrate and a dash of sawdust, you got dynamite.
01:01:42.742 – 01:01:44.613
Yeah, with enough soap,
01:01:44.657 – 01:01:46.746
one could blow up just about anything.
01:01:46.79 – 01:01:49.053
[ Narrator ] Tyler was full of useful information.
01:01:49.096 – 01:01:51.533
Now, ancient peoples found that clothes got cleaner...
01:01:51.577 – 01:01:53.231
when they washed them at a certain point in the river.
01:01:53.274 – 01:01:54.841
You know why? No.
01:01:54.885 – 01:01:57.844
[ Mutters ]
01:01:57.888 – 01:02:01.761
'Cause human sacrifices were once made on the hills above this river.
01:02:01.805 – 01:02:05.286
Bodies burned. Water seeped through the wood and ashes to create lye.
01:02:05.33 – 01:02:07.506
This is lye, the crucial ingredient.
01:02:07.549 – 01:02:09.813
Once it mixed with the melted fat of the bodies,
01:02:09.856 – 01:02:12.25
a thick, white, soapy discharge crept into the river.
01:02:12.293 – 01:02:14.121
May I see your hand, please?
01:02:19.779 – 01:02:23.13
[ Kisses ]What is this?
01:02:23.174 – 01:02:25.916
This is a chemical burn. Uh... [ Screams ]
01:02:25.959 – 01:02:29.528
It'll hurt more than you've ever been burned, and you will have a scar.
01:02:29.571 – 01:02:32.923
[ Narrator ] If guided meditation worked for cancer, it could work for this.
01:02:32.966 – 01:02:36.491
Stay with the pain. Don't shove this out. No, no! Oh, God!
01:02:36.535 – 01:02:38.798
Look at your hand. The first soap was made from the ashes of heroes,
01:02:38.842 – 01:02:40.974
like the first monkey shot into space.
01:02:41.018 – 01:02:44.108
Without pain, without sacrifice, we would have nothin'.
01:02:44.151 – 01:02:47.154
[ Narrator ] I tried not to think of the words "sear" or "flesh."
01:02:47.198 – 01:02:50.418
Stop it! This is your pain. This is your burning hand. It's right here.
01:02:50.462 – 01:02:53.073
I'm going to my cave. I'm going to my cave. I'm gonna find my power animal.
01:02:53.117 – 01:02:57.338
No! Don't deal with it the way those dead people do! Come on!
01:02:57.382 – 01:02:59.819
I get the point! Okay! Please! No. What you're feeling is premature enlightenment.
01:03:02.256 – 01:03:04.824
[ Coughs ]
01:03:04.868 – 01:03:08.045
This is the greatest moment of your life, man, and you're off somewhere missing it.
01:03:08.088 – 01:03:09.742
I am not... [ Shouting, Indistinct ]
01:03:09.786 – 01:03:12.832
Shut up. Our fathers were our models for God.
01:03:12.876 – 01:03:15.922
If our fathers bailed, what does that tell you about God?
01:03:15.966 – 01:03:18.751
No, no... Listen to me.
01:03:18.795 – 01:03:21.101
You have to consider the possibility...
01:03:21.145 – 01:03:23.974
that God does not like you, and he never wanted you.
01:03:24.017 – 01:03:26.585
In all probability, he hates you.
01:03:26.628 – 01:03:28.326
This is not the worst thing that can happen. It isn't?
01:03:28.369 – 01:03:31.198
We don't need him. We don't! I agree!
01:03:31.242 – 01:03:33.331
Fuck damnation, man. Fuck redemption.
01:03:33.374 – 01:03:37.291
We are God's unwanted children? So be it![ Shouting, Indistinct ]
01:03:37.335 – 01:03:41.426
Listen! You can run water over your hand to make it worse, or... Look at me!
01:03:41.469 – 01:03:43.82
Or you can use vinegar to neutralize the burn.
01:03:43.863 – 01:03:46.735
- Please let me have it! Please! - First you have to give up.
01:03:46.779 – 01:03:50.087
First you have to know... not fear...
01:03:50.13 – 01:03:53.09
know that someday you're gonna die.
01:03:53.133 – 01:03:55.701
You don't know how this feels! [ Sobbing ]
01:04:00.488 – 01:04:03.317
It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything.
01:04:05.406 – 01:04:07.408
Okay. [ Whimpering ]
01:04:20.9 – 01:04:22.989
Congratulations.
01:04:23.033 – 01:04:25.731
You're one step closer to hitting bottom.
01:04:28.212 – 01:04:32.346
[ Narrator ] Tyler sold his soap to department stores at $20 a bar.
01:04:32.39 – 01:04:36.046
God knows whatthey charged. This is the best soap.
01:04:36.089 – 01:04:39.527
Why, thank you, Suzie. It was beautiful.
01:04:39.571 – 01:04:43.314
We were selling rich women their own fat asses back to them.
01:04:44.619 – 01:04:46.708
He was wearing his yellow tie.
01:04:46.752 – 01:04:49.102
I didn't even wear a tie to work anymore.
01:04:49.146 – 01:04:52.932
"The first rule of Fight Club is you don't talk about Fight Club"?
01:04:52.976 – 01:04:56.501
I'm half asleep again. I must've left the original in the copy machine.
01:04:56.544 – 01:04:58.938
"The second rule of Fight Club"... Is this yours?
01:04:58.982 – 01:05:02.028
Huh? Pretend you're me.
01:05:02.072 – 01:05:04.204
Make a managerial decision.
01:05:04.248 – 01:05:06.685
You find this. What would you do?
01:05:11.429 – 01:05:13.648
Well, I gotta tell ya,
01:05:13.692 – 01:05:17.174
I'd be very, very careful who you talk to about that.
01:05:17.217 – 01:05:20.917
Because the person who wrote that is dangerous.
01:05:20.96 – 01:05:25.312
And this buttoned-down, oxford cloth psycho might just snap...
01:05:25.356 – 01:05:28.098
and then stalk from office to office...
01:05:28.141 – 01:05:33.494
with an Armalite AR-10 carbine gas-powered semiautomatic weapon,
01:05:33.538 – 01:05:38.586
pumping round after round into colleagues and coworkers.
01:05:38.63 – 01:05:41.981
This might be someone you've known for years,
01:05:42.025 – 01:05:45.593
someone very, very close to you.
01:05:45.637 – 01:05:49.554
[ Narrator ] Tyler's words coming out of my mouth.
01:05:49.597 – 01:05:51.73
And I used to be such a nice guy.
01:05:51.773 – 01:05:53.906
Or maybe you just shouldn't bring me...
01:05:53.95 – 01:05:55.821
every little piece of trash you happen to pick up.
01:05:55.864 – 01:05:58.998
[ Phone Rings ]
01:05:59.042 – 01:06:02.393
- Compliance and Liability. - My tit's gonna rot off.
01:06:03.96 – 01:06:05.918
Will you excuse me? I need to take this.
01:06:12.664 – 01:06:16.276
-What are you talking about? -I need you to check and see if there's a lump in my breast.
01:06:16.32 – 01:06:19.888
- Go to a hospital. - I can't afford to throw money away on a doctor.
01:06:21.629 – 01:06:25.198
- I don't know about this, Marla. - Please?
01:06:25.242 – 01:06:28.941
[ Narrator ] She didn't call Tyler. I'm neutral in her book.
01:06:31.335 – 01:06:35.6
That's nice. Taking food to Mrs. Hannaburr, Mrs. Raines?
01:06:35.643 – 01:06:38.69
Where are they, exactly? Tragically, they're dead.
01:06:38.733 – 01:06:41.693
I'm alive, and I'm in poverty. You want any?
01:06:41.736 – 01:06:43.869
No. No, thank you. I got one for you.
01:06:43.912 – 01:06:45.697
Thanks for the thought.
01:06:47.351 – 01:06:49.657
What happened to your hand?
01:06:49.701 – 01:06:51.877
Uh, nothin'.
01:06:51.92 – 01:06:53.792
Right there? Mmm.
01:06:54.967 – 01:06:57.013
Feel anything?
01:06:57.056 – 01:06:58.927
No.Well, make sure.
01:07:00.973 – 01:07:03.932
Okay, I'm-I'm pretty sure. You feel nothing?
01:07:05.108 – 01:07:07.023
No. Nothing.
01:07:08.285 – 01:07:11.679
Well, that's a relief. Thank you.
01:07:11.723 – 01:07:15.988
Uh, I mean, no problem. I wish I could return the favor.
01:07:16.032 – 01:07:19.296
There's not a lot of breast cancer in the men in my family. Could check your prostate.
01:07:19.339 – 01:07:21.385
Uh, I think I'm okay.
01:07:21.428 – 01:07:23.3
Well, thanks anyway.
01:07:28.435 – 01:07:30.916
Are we done? Yeah, we're done.
01:07:30.959 – 01:07:33.005
See you... around.
01:07:38.576 – 01:07:41.796
[ Men Chattering ]
01:07:50.196 – 01:07:52.329
Cornelius?
01:07:52.372 – 01:07:54.94
Cornelius!
01:07:54.983 – 01:07:57.682
It's me... Bob!
01:07:57.725 – 01:08:00.032
Hey, Bob.
01:08:01.555 – 01:08:04.123
[ Grunts ]We all thought you were dead.
01:08:04.167 – 01:08:06.169
No, no. Still here. [ Chuckles ]
01:08:06.212 – 01:08:08.345
How are you, Bob?
01:08:08.388 – 01:08:10.347
Better than I've ever been in my whole life.
01:08:10.39 – 01:08:12.653
Really? You still remaining men together?
01:08:12.697 – 01:08:15.221
No, no. I got somethin' so much better now.
01:08:15.265 – 01:08:18.05
Really? What is it?
01:08:18.094 – 01:08:22.098
Well, first rule is...
01:08:22.141 – 01:08:24.709
I'm not supposed to talk about it.
01:08:24.752 – 01:08:28.365
And the second rule is, I'm not supposed to talk about it.
01:08:28.408 – 01:08:32.369
And the third rule is... Bob. Bob. I'm a member.
01:08:32.412 – 01:08:34.893
Look at my face, Bob.
01:08:34.936 – 01:08:37.156
[ Laughing ]
01:08:37.2 – 01:08:39.289
That's fuckin'... That's fuckin' great.
01:08:39.332 – 01:08:43.162
I've... I've never seen you there. I go Tuesdays and Thursdays.
01:08:43.206 – 01:08:47.427
I go Saturday.Congratulations.
01:08:47.471 – 01:08:49.951
Yeah. Hey, to both of us, right?
01:08:49.995 – 01:08:53.216
Have you heard about the guy that invented this thing? Well, uh, yeah, actually. I...
01:08:53.259 – 01:08:55.522
I hear all kinds of things. Yeah?
01:08:55.566 – 01:08:59.874
Supposedly, he was born in a mental institution.
01:08:59.918 – 01:09:03.487
And he sleeps only one hour a night.
01:09:03.53 – 01:09:06.359
He's a great man. Oh...
01:09:06.403 – 01:09:08.187
Do you know about Tyler Durden?
01:09:10.668 – 01:09:13.54
[ Men Shouting, Cheering ]
01:09:17.805 – 01:09:19.633
[ Shouts ]
01:09:23.811 – 01:09:27.075
Take him down! Take him down!
01:09:27.119 – 01:09:29.382
Take him down![ Grunting ]
01:09:29.426 – 01:09:31.297
[ Cheering ]
01:09:31.341 – 01:09:33.56
Yeah!
01:09:33.604 – 01:09:35.91
I didn't hurt you, did I?
01:09:35.954 – 01:09:39.131
Actually, you did.
01:09:39.175 – 01:09:42.395
Thank you for this. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
01:09:42.439 – 01:09:44.136
[ Narrator ] Fight Club.[ Laughing ]
01:09:44.18 – 01:09:47.095
Bob... Bob... No, Bob. This was mine and Tyler's gift...
01:09:47.139 – 01:09:49.533
our gift to the world.
01:09:49.576 – 01:09:54.277
Look around. Look around. I see a lot of new faces.[ Laughter ]
01:09:54.32 – 01:09:56.801
- Shut up! - [ Laugher Stops ]
01:09:56.844 – 01:10:01.24
Which means a lot of you have been breaking the first two rules of Fight Club.
01:10:09.727 – 01:10:13.992
Man, I see in Fight Club the strongest and smartest men who've ever lived.
01:10:14.035 – 01:10:17.561
I see all this potential. And I see it squandered.
01:10:19.302 – 01:10:23.219
Goddamn it, an entire generation pumping gas,
01:10:23.262 – 01:10:25.264
waiting tables.
01:10:25.308 – 01:10:27.048
Slaves with white collars.
01:10:29.79 – 01:10:32.924
Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes,
01:10:32.967 – 01:10:36.188
working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don't need.
01:10:39.974 – 01:10:42.412
We're the middle children of history, man.
01:10:42.455 – 01:10:45.11
No purpose or place.
01:10:45.153 – 01:10:48.418
We have no great war, no great depression.
01:10:51.116 – 01:10:53.901
Our great war's a spiritual war.
01:10:53.945 – 01:10:56.904
Our great depression is our lives.
01:11:01.257 – 01:11:03.563
We've all been raised on television to believe that one day...
01:11:03.607 – 01:11:07.045
we'd all be millionaires and movie gods and rock stars.
01:11:07.088 – 01:11:08.916
But we won't.
01:11:08.96 – 01:11:11.919
And we're slowly learning that fact.
01:11:11.963 – 01:11:14.835
And we're very, very pissed off.
01:11:14.879 – 01:11:18.709
- [ Men ] Yeah! - [ Murmuring ]
01:11:18.752 – 01:11:21.668
The first rule of Fight Club is...
01:11:21.712 – 01:11:24.454
- you do not talk about... - [ Loud Banging ]
01:11:28.632 – 01:11:31.896
- Who are you? - Who am I?
01:11:31.939 – 01:11:34.551
Yeah.
01:11:34.594 – 01:11:38.206
There's a sign in the front that says "Lou's Tavern."
01:11:38.25 – 01:11:42.08
I'm fuckin' Lou. Who the fuck are you?
01:11:42.123 – 01:11:44.038
Tyler Durden.
01:11:47.477 – 01:11:50.958
Who told you motherfuckers that you could use my place?
01:11:51.002 – 01:11:53.352
We have a deal worked out with Irvin. Irvin?
01:11:53.396 – 01:11:55.485
Irvin's at home with a broken collarbone.
01:11:55.528 – 01:11:58.357
He don't own this place. I do.
01:12:00.49 – 01:12:03.797
How much money is he gettin' for this? There is no money.
01:12:03.841 – 01:12:05.93
Really? Free to all.
01:12:05.973 – 01:12:08.628
- Ain't that somethin'? - It is, actually.
01:12:08.672 – 01:12:11.327
Look, stupid fuck,
01:12:11.37 – 01:12:13.633
I want everybody outta here right now.Hey.
01:12:14.939 – 01:12:17.463
You should join our club.
01:12:17.507 – 01:12:20.466
Did you hear what I just said? You and your friend.
01:12:22.599 – 01:12:25.471
[ Grunting ]You hear me now?
01:12:26.951 – 01:12:29.17
No, I didn't quite catch that, Lou.
01:12:31.564 – 01:12:34.001
[ Spits, Groans ]
01:12:35.133 – 01:12:36.917
Still not gettin' it. Hey...
01:12:38.571 – 01:12:40.399
[ Groans ] Okay, okay, okay. I got it.
01:12:40.443 – 01:12:42.662
I got it. I got it. Shit, I lost it.
01:12:44.403 – 01:12:46.797
Back! All of you!
01:12:46.84 – 01:12:49.365
[ Gun Cocks ] Everybody back.
01:12:51.018 – 01:12:52.803
[ Laughing ]
01:12:54.848 – 01:12:56.981
[ Laughing Continues ]
01:12:57.024 – 01:12:59.331
Aw, Lou.
01:12:59.375 – 01:13:02.813
Come on, man. We really like this place.
01:13:04.38 – 01:13:08.035
[ Groans, Laughs, Hysterically ]
01:13:10.603 – 01:13:14.955
- Oh! Oh! Oh. That's right, Lou, get it out. - Shut the fuck up!
01:13:14.999 – 01:13:16.914
Oh, yeah!
01:13:16.957 – 01:13:19.438
Yeah! [ Laughing Hysterically ]
01:13:19.482 – 01:13:21.832
[ Laughing Continues ]
01:13:21.875 – 01:13:24.443
Think that's fuckin' funny? Oh, Lou!
01:13:24.487 – 01:13:25.879
Lou! [ Laughing Hysterically ]
01:13:32.32 – 01:13:34.54
Fuckin' guys are loony. I'm tellin' ya.
01:13:36.934 – 01:13:39.415
Unbelievable. [ Screams ]
01:13:41.808 – 01:13:45.943
- [ Coughs ] You don't know where I've been, Lou. - Oh, my God!
01:13:45.986 – 01:13:48.554
You don't know where I've been! [ Laughing ]
01:13:51.339 – 01:13:55.039
Lou! Please let us keep it, Lou! Please, Lou! Okay!
01:13:55.082 – 01:13:57.563
Fuckin' use the basement! Christ!
01:13:57.607 – 01:14:00.479
I want your word, Lou! I want your word!
01:14:00.523 – 01:14:02.35
On my mother's honor.
01:14:04.135 – 01:14:06.79
[ Groaning ]
01:14:06.833 – 01:14:10.271
[ Screaming, Gagging ]
01:14:11.708 – 01:14:14.972
- Thanks, Lou. - [ Gagging Continues ]
01:14:15.015 – 01:14:16.887
You too, big guy.
01:14:21.152 – 01:14:22.98
We'll see you next week.
01:14:38.822 – 01:14:43.609
This week, each one of you has a homework assignment.
01:14:43.653 – 01:14:47.178
You're gonna go out, and you're gonna start a fight with a total stranger.
01:14:47.221 – 01:14:49.528
[ Men Murmuring ]
01:14:50.747 – 01:14:53.271
You're gonna start a fight.
01:14:53.314 – 01:14:55.142
And you're gonna lose.
01:14:57.58 – 01:14:59.407
Excellent choice, sir.
01:15:01.105 – 01:15:04.108
Hey! Watch out, jackass! Come on!
01:15:04.151 – 01:15:06.806
[ Narrator ] Now, this is not as easy as it sounds.
01:15:08.982 – 01:15:12.551
I'm thinkin' you really... What? Son of a bitch...
01:15:12.595 – 01:15:15.423
[ Narrator ] Most people... normal people... [ Shouting ]
01:15:15.467 – 01:15:18.557
do just about anything to avoid a fight.
01:15:18.601 – 01:15:21.517
Excuse me. You sprayed me with your hose. I don't...
01:15:21.56 – 01:15:23.997
Like that? That's not necessary.
01:15:24.041 – 01:15:25.782
Dave! Go call 911!
01:15:27.653 – 01:15:31.614
- [ Screams ] - Put the hose down. Stop it!
01:15:31.657 – 01:15:33.529
Stop it!
01:15:35.356 – 01:15:36.532
Sorry.
01:15:36.575 – 01:15:38.49
[ Shouting, Indistinct ]
01:15:38.534 – 01:15:40.579
Leave me alone! You crazy?
01:15:40.623 – 01:15:42.581
[ Grunts ]
01:15:42.625 – 01:15:44.975
[ Grunting ]
01:15:45.018 – 01:15:46.106
Bastard!
01:15:51.938 – 01:15:54.288
We need to talk.
01:15:56.203 – 01:15:59.598
Okay. [ Door Closes ]
01:15:59.642 – 01:16:03.559
Where to begin? With your constant absenteeism?
01:16:03.602 – 01:16:06.518
With your unpresentable appearance?
01:16:06.562 – 01:16:08.128
You're up for review.
01:16:08.172 – 01:16:11.392
I am Jack's complete lack of surprise.
01:16:11.436 – 01:16:13.481
What? Let's pretend.
01:16:13.525 – 01:16:16.397
You're the department of transportation. Okay?
01:16:16.441 – 01:16:20.14
Someone informs you that this company...
01:16:20.184 – 01:16:22.186
installs front seat mounting brackets...
01:16:22.229 – 01:16:24.362
that never pass collision tests,
01:16:24.405 – 01:16:27.887
brake linings that fail after a thousand miles...
01:16:27.931 – 01:16:32.065
and fuel injectors that explode and burn people alive.
01:16:32.109 – 01:16:34.285
What then?
01:16:34.328 – 01:16:37.81
- Are you threatening me? - No.
01:16:37.854 – 01:16:41.074
- Get the fuck outta here. You're fired. - I have a better solution.
01:16:41.118 – 01:16:44.991
You keep me on the payroll as an outside consultant.
01:16:45.035 – 01:16:48.473
And in exchange for my salary, my job will be never to tell people...
01:16:48.516 – 01:16:51.171
these things that I know.
01:16:51.215 – 01:16:54.218
I don't even have to come into the office. I can do this job from home.
01:16:56.176 – 01:16:58.788
Who... Who the fuck do you think you are,
01:16:58.831 – 01:17:00.746
you crazy little shit?
01:17:05.272 – 01:17:08.449
- Security? - [ Narrator ] I am Jack's smirking revenge.
01:17:14.63 – 01:17:17.371
[ Groans ]
01:17:17.415 – 01:17:19.547
What the hell are you doing?
01:17:22.42 – 01:17:26.467
[ Groans, Coughing ]
01:17:27.86 – 01:17:30.036
[ Groans ] That hurt.
01:17:32.43 – 01:17:35.128
Why would you do that?
01:17:35.172 – 01:17:38.131
Oh, my God. No! Please stop!
01:17:38.175 – 01:17:40.656
[ Choking ]
01:17:47.924 – 01:17:50.666
What are you doing?
01:17:50.709 – 01:17:52.885
Oh, God, no! Please! No!
01:17:52.929 – 01:17:56.889
[ Narrator ] For some reason, I thought of my first fight... with Tyler.
01:17:56.933 – 01:17:58.891
No!
01:18:12.688 – 01:18:15.081
[ Groaning ]
01:18:23.089 – 01:18:25.396
Under and behind and inside...
01:18:25.439 – 01:18:27.703
everything this man took for granted,
01:18:27.746 – 01:18:31.315
something horrible had been growing.
01:18:31.358 – 01:18:34.753
Now, look. Just give me the paychecks like I asked,
01:18:34.797 – 01:18:37.364
and you won't ever see me again.
01:18:37.408 – 01:18:40.541
And right then, at our most excellent moment together...
01:18:43.109 – 01:18:47.2
Oh, thank God. Please don't hit me again! Please!
01:18:47.244 – 01:18:49.507
- Telephone, computer, fax machine... - [ Whistling ]
01:18:49.55 – 01:18:53.729
Fifty-two weekly paychecks and 48 airline flight coupons.
01:18:53.772 – 01:18:56.296
We now had corporate sponsorship.
01:18:56.34 – 01:18:59.778
This is how Tyler and I were able to have Fight Club every night of the week.
01:18:59.822 – 01:19:02.781
[ Shouting, Cheering ]
01:19:02.825 – 01:19:07.394
Now nobody was the center of Fight Club except the two men fighting.
01:19:07.438 – 01:19:12.66
The leader walked through the crowd, out in the darkness.
01:19:12.704 – 01:19:14.967
Tyler was now involved in a class-action lawsuit...
01:19:15.011 – 01:19:18.014
with the Pressman Hotel over the urine content of their soup.
01:19:18.057 – 01:19:20.016
[ Screaming ]
01:19:24.629 – 01:19:27.458
I am Jack's wasted life.
01:19:31.505 – 01:19:34.508
Yeah! Yeah! [ Laughs ] Yeah!
01:19:34.552 – 01:19:36.423
[ Man ] Thank you, sir.
01:19:39.47 – 01:19:41.994
[ Narrator ] Tyler dreamed up new homework assignments.
01:19:42.038 – 01:19:44.301
He handed them out in sealed envelopes.
01:19:55.051 – 01:19:57.401
[ Whirring ]
01:20:08.368 – 01:20:11.589
[ Whirring ]
01:20:24.515 – 01:20:27.518
Did you know there's a Fight Club up in Delaware City? Yeah, I heard.
01:20:27.561 – 01:20:31.261
[ Alarm Wailing ]There's one in Penn's Grove too.
01:20:31.304 – 01:20:33.524
Leave it. Bob even found one up in Newcastle.
01:20:33.567 – 01:20:35.526
Yeah. Did you start that one?
01:20:35.569 – 01:20:38.572
No. I thought you did.Nah.
01:20:38.616 – 01:20:40.879
[ Scoffs ]
01:20:40.923 – 01:20:43.403
[ Alarm Wailing ]
01:20:49.496 – 01:20:52.238
[ Cooing ]
01:21:28.231 – 01:21:30.755
Stop for a second. Hey, what are we doing?
01:21:30.798 – 01:21:32.626
Turn around. What are we doing?
01:21:32.67 – 01:21:35.107
Homework assignment. What kind of homework assignment?
01:21:35.151 – 01:21:37.327
Human sacrifice.
01:21:37.37 – 01:21:39.72
Hey, is that a gun? Please... Please tell me that's not a gun.
01:21:39.764 – 01:21:41.722
It's a gun. What are you doing?
01:21:41.766 – 01:21:43.507
Meet me in the back. No, no... Hey, don't fuck around. This isn't...
01:21:43.55 – 01:21:45.683
Meet me in the back.
01:21:45.726 – 01:21:47.99
[ Narrator ] On a long enough time line... Fuck!
01:21:48.033 – 01:21:50.557
the survival rate for everyone drops to zero.
01:21:50.601 – 01:21:53.604
[ Whimpering ]Stop. What are you doing? Come on.
01:21:53.647 – 01:21:54.953
Hands behind your back. God.
01:21:54.997 – 01:21:58.391
Give me your wallet.
01:21:58.435 – 01:22:02.961
Raymond K. Hessel, 1320 Southeast Banning, apartment A.
01:22:03.005 – 01:22:05.311
Small, cramped basement apartment, Raymond? How did you know?
01:22:05.355 – 01:22:08.619
'Cause they give shitty basement apartments letters instead of numbers.
01:22:08.662 – 01:22:12.188
Raymond, you're going to die.
01:22:12.231 – 01:22:14.973
- [ Sobbing ] Oh, my God, no. - Is that your mom and dad?
01:22:15.017 – 01:22:17.715
Mom and Dad are gonna have to call up kindly Dr. So-and-So...
01:22:17.758 – 01:22:20.37
to pick up your dental records. Wanna know why?
01:22:20.413 – 01:22:23.155
- 'Cause there's gonna be nothing left of your face. - [ Whimpering ]
01:22:23.199 – 01:22:26.898
- Aw, come on. Come on! - An expired community college student I.D.
01:22:26.942 – 01:22:29.814
- What'd you study, Raymond? - S-S-Stuff.
01:22:29.857 – 01:22:32.251
Stuff? Were the midterms hard?
01:22:34.34 – 01:22:36.952
- I asked you what you studied. - Biology, mostly.
01:22:36.995 – 01:22:40.042
Why? I-I don't know.
01:22:40.085 – 01:22:43.262
What did you want to be, Raymond K. Hessel?
01:22:44.872 – 01:22:46.874
The question, Raymond,
01:22:46.918 – 01:22:50.487
was what did you want to be?
01:22:50.53 – 01:22:52.576
Answer him, Raymond! Jesus!
01:22:52.619 – 01:22:55.274
Veterinarian! Veterinarian! Animals.
01:22:55.318 – 01:22:58.364
Yeah, animal s-s... Stuff. Yeah, I got that.
01:22:58.408 – 01:23:00.932
- That means you have to get more schooling. - Too much school.
01:23:00.976 – 01:23:03.587
- Would you rather be dead? - No.
01:23:03.63 – 01:23:08.026
Would you rather die, here, on your knees, in the back of a convenience store?
01:23:08.07 – 01:23:10.942
[ Whimpering ] No. No, please. No.
01:23:10.986 – 01:23:12.857
[ Hammer Releases ]
01:23:14.119 – 01:23:17.079
I'm keeping your license.
01:23:17.122 – 01:23:21.083
Gonna check in on you. I know where you live.
01:23:21.126 – 01:23:24.434
If you're not on your way to becoming a veterinarian in six weeks, you will be dead.
01:23:24.477 – 01:23:27.089
[ Whimpering ]
01:23:27.132 – 01:23:29.004
Now run on home.
01:23:34.052 – 01:23:35.923
Run, Forrest, run!
01:23:37.664 – 01:23:39.579
I feel ill.
01:23:40.841 – 01:23:42.887
Imagine how he feels.
01:23:42.93 – 01:23:44.671
Come on. This isn't funny!
01:23:44.715 – 01:23:48.197
That wasn't funny. What the fuck was the point of that?
01:23:48.24 – 01:23:51.852
Tomorrow will be the most beautiful day of Raymond K. Hessel's life.
01:23:51.896 – 01:23:55.073
His breakfast will taste better than any meal you and I have ever tasted.
01:23:57.293 – 01:23:59.599
[ Narrator ] You had to give it to him.
01:23:59.643 – 01:24:02.167
- Come on. - He had a plan.
01:24:02.211 – 01:24:05.562
And it started to make sense in a Tyler sort of way.
01:24:05.605 – 01:24:09.044
No fear. No distractions.
01:24:09.087 – 01:24:12.83
The ability to let that which does not matter truly slide.
01:24:26.235 – 01:24:28.063
You are not your job.
01:24:30.543 – 01:24:32.806
You're not how much money you have in the bank.
01:24:35.461 – 01:24:38.116
You're not the car you drive.
01:24:38.16 – 01:24:39.987
You're not the contents of your wallet.
01:24:41.946 – 01:24:43.73
You're not your fuckin' khakis.
01:24:46.255 – 01:24:48.822
You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world.
01:24:54.176 – 01:24:56.83
[ Footsteps On Stairs ]
01:24:58.702 – 01:25:01.705
I'll be out of your way in a sec.
01:25:01.748 – 01:25:03.576
You don't have to go.
01:25:05.1 – 01:25:07.45
Whatever.
01:25:07.493 – 01:25:11.584
No, I mean, uh... It's okay.
01:25:11.628 – 01:25:14.892
[ Clattering ]
01:25:14.935 – 01:25:18.896
[ Tools Whirring ]
01:25:18.939 – 01:25:21.159
[ Hammering ]
01:25:21.203 – 01:25:23.901
You still going to groups?
01:25:23.944 – 01:25:25.859
Yeah.
01:25:27.644 – 01:25:31.952
- Chloe's dead. - Wow. Chloe.
01:25:31.996 – 01:25:34.085
When did that happen?
01:25:34.129 – 01:25:37.828
Do you care?
01:25:37.871 – 01:25:40.178
I don't know. I haven't thought about it in a while.
01:25:40.222 – 01:25:42.833
Yeah, well,
01:25:42.876 – 01:25:45.575
it was the smart move on her part.
01:25:46.837 – 01:25:49.405
Hey, listen, um...
01:25:49.448 – 01:25:52.234
What-What are you getting out of all this?
01:25:52.277 – 01:25:54.497
What?
01:25:54.54 – 01:25:57.804
I mean, all this. Why do you keep...
01:25:57.848 – 01:25:59.676
Is this making you happy?
01:26:01.634 – 01:26:03.419
Yeah, well, sometimes.
01:26:05.116 – 01:26:07.336
Wh... I don't know. I don't understand.
01:26:07.379 – 01:26:11.209
I mean, why does a weaker person need to latch on to a strong person?
01:26:11.253 – 01:26:13.342
What... What is that?
01:26:13.385 – 01:26:15.344
What do you get out of it?
01:26:16.997 – 01:26:19.391
No, that's-that's not the same thing at all.
01:26:19.435 – 01:26:21.306
I mean, we're... It's totally different with us.
01:26:21.35 – 01:26:23.526
We're-We're... "Us"?
01:26:23.569 – 01:26:25.615
[ Saw Whirring ]What do you mean by "us"?
01:26:25.658 – 01:26:28.574
- I'm sorry. Do you hear this? - Hear what?
01:26:28.618 – 01:26:31.229
You're not hearing all that noise? Just hold on a second.
01:26:31.273 – 01:26:34.537
No, wait. What were you saying? Don't change the subject. I want to talk about this.
01:26:34.58 – 01:26:38.28
- You're not talking about me, are you? - No. What?
01:26:38.323 – 01:26:40.934
That day you came over to my place to play doctor... What was going on there?
01:26:40.978 – 01:26:42.762
Whatare you talking about?
01:26:42.806 – 01:26:45.243
- Nothing. Nothing. - I don't think so.
01:26:45.287 – 01:26:47.071
Come on. What do you want? Look at me.
01:26:47.114 – 01:26:48.594
No. What? Look at me.
01:26:50.509 – 01:26:52.946
What is that? It's nothing. Don't worry about it.
01:26:52.99 – 01:26:55.384
Oh, my God. Who did this? A person.
01:26:55.427 – 01:26:59.431
Guy or girl? What do you care if it's a guy or a girl?
01:26:59.475 – 01:27:01.564
What do you care if I ask? It's none of your business. Leave me alone.
01:27:01.607 – 01:27:03.522
You're afraid to say it. I am not afraid to say... Let me go.
01:27:03.566 – 01:27:06.046
- No! Talk to me. - Let go of me. Leave me alone.
01:27:06.09 – 01:27:08.745
- This conversation... - This conversation...
01:27:08.788 – 01:27:11.922
- is over. - is over.
01:27:13.271 – 01:27:15.142
I just can't win with you, can I?
01:27:23.542 – 01:27:25.718
Hey, you know, this is getting a little old.
01:27:25.762 – 01:27:27.938
[ Doorbell Rings ]
01:27:27.981 – 01:27:29.983
Wh-What... What is all this?
01:27:30.027 – 01:27:31.898
What do you think?
01:27:33.16 – 01:27:36.12
Hey, why do we need bunk beds?
01:27:36.163 – 01:27:38.078
Hey!
01:27:43.214 – 01:27:45.825
Too young.
01:27:45.869 – 01:27:47.566
Sorry.
01:27:47.61 – 01:27:50.308
What's all that? What...
01:27:50.352 – 01:27:52.528
Right. If the applicant is young, tell him he's too young.
01:27:52.571 – 01:27:54.878
Old, too old. Fat, too fat. Applicant?
01:27:54.921 – 01:27:56.836
If the applicant then waits for three days...
01:27:56.88 – 01:27:58.882
without food, shelter or encouragement,
01:27:58.925 – 01:28:01.014
he may then enter and begin his training.
01:28:01.058 – 01:28:02.886
Training for what?
01:28:08.761 – 01:28:10.85
You think this is a game?
01:28:10.894 – 01:28:13.113
You're too young to train here. End of story.
01:28:13.157 – 01:28:15.202
Now quit wasting our time. Get the fuck out of here.
01:28:20.251 – 01:28:22.601
Bad news, friend.
01:28:22.645 – 01:28:25.212
It's not gonna happen.
01:28:25.256 – 01:28:27.737
I'm sorry if there was a misunderstanding.
01:28:27.78 – 01:28:31.131
It's not the end of the world. Just go away.
01:28:32.568 – 01:28:35.44
Go. 'Cause you are trespassing,
01:28:35.484 – 01:28:37.355
and I will have to call the police.
01:28:42.099 – 01:28:44.536
Don't you look at me. Do you think you're ever getting in this house?
01:28:44.58 – 01:28:46.669
You're never getting in this fucking house.
01:28:46.712 – 01:28:50.237
Never. Now get the fuck off my porch. Get off my porch!
01:28:50.281 – 01:28:53.763
[ Narrator ] Sooner or later, we all became what Tyler wanted us to be.
01:28:53.806 – 01:28:56.331
And I'm gonna go inside and I'm gonna get a shovel.
01:29:04.339 – 01:29:07.08
You got two black shirts? Sir.
01:29:07.124 – 01:29:08.691
Two pair black pants? Yes, sir.
01:29:08.734 – 01:29:10.301
One pair black boots? Sir.
01:29:10.345 – 01:29:11.781
Two pair black socks? Sir.
01:29:11.824 – 01:29:13.26
One black jacket? Sir.
01:29:13.304 – 01:29:15.741
$300 personal burial money? Yes, sir.
01:29:18.57 – 01:29:20.485
All right.
01:29:29.146 – 01:29:31.191
[ Snickers ]
01:29:31.235 – 01:29:34.281
You're too old, fat man.
01:29:34.325 – 01:29:37.197
Your tits are too big. Get the fuck off my porch.
01:29:44.204 – 01:29:46.903
Bob. Bob. Listen...
01:29:46.946 – 01:29:48.861
[ Chattering, Indistinct ]
01:30:02.309 – 01:30:05.487
Like a monkey ready to be shot into space.
01:30:05.53 – 01:30:08.228
Space monkey.
01:30:08.272 – 01:30:10.317
Ready to sacrifice himself for the greater good.
01:30:11.449 – 01:30:14.017
[ Crickets Chirping ]
01:30:17.368 – 01:30:19.805
You are too fucking old, fatty!
01:30:19.849 – 01:30:21.894
And you...
01:30:21.938 – 01:30:25.028
You're too fucking... blond!
01:30:25.071 – 01:30:27.509
Get out of here, the both of you!
01:30:27.552 – 01:30:29.598
[ Door Slams ] [ Narrator ] And so it went.
01:30:29.641 – 01:30:31.73
[ Tyler ] Listen up, maggots.
01:30:31.774 – 01:30:34.429
You are not special.
01:30:34.472 – 01:30:38.128
You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake.
01:30:38.171 – 01:30:42.001
You are the same decaying organic matter as everything else.
01:30:42.045 – 01:30:44.613
[ Narrator ] Tyler built himself an army.
01:30:44.656 – 01:30:48.617
[ Tyler ] We are the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world.
01:30:48.66 – 01:30:51.837
We are all part of the same compost heap.
01:30:53.926 – 01:30:56.451
[ Narrator ] Why was Tyler Durden building an army?
01:30:56.494 – 01:30:58.888
To what purpose?
01:30:58.931 – 01:31:00.672
For what greater good?
01:31:04.154 – 01:31:06.025
In Tyler we trusted.
01:31:09.507 – 01:31:11.64
[ Man ] No, no, no, no. When he was like,
01:31:11.683 – 01:31:17.08
"You are not your job," I was like, "Yeah!" I mean...
01:31:19.212 – 01:31:22.389
Hey, what's all this?[ Laughs ] Hey.
01:31:24 – 01:31:26.785
Okay! What's going on?
01:31:26.829 – 01:31:28.744
Go on in. We're celebrating. What are we celebrating?
01:31:28.787 – 01:31:30.049
Go on.
01:31:32.182 – 01:31:34.663
♪♪ [ TV: Singing, Indistinct ]
01:31:34.706 – 01:31:37.1
Hey. Let me get that for you.
01:31:37.143 – 01:31:41.8
- [ Man Belches ] - [ Chattering On TV ]
01:31:41.844 – 01:31:45.543
[ Man ] Same great taste. Pepsi... Generation Next.
01:31:45.587 – 01:31:48.372
- ♪♪ [ News Theme ] - [ Men Shushing ]
01:31:48.415 – 01:31:50.766
[ Female Reporter ] Investigators are on the scene right now.
01:31:50.809 – 01:31:53.29
Hold on. Police Commissioner Jacobs has just arrived.
01:31:53.333 – 01:31:57.337
Commissioner... Commissioner, could you please tell us what you think has happened here?
01:31:57.381 – 01:32:00.776
We believe this is one of many recent acts of vandalism around the city...
01:32:00.819 – 01:32:04.693
somehow related to underground boxing clubs.
01:32:04.736 – 01:32:08.827
We will be coordinating a rigorous investigation.
01:32:08.871 – 01:32:10.873
[ Reporter ] That was Police Commissioner Jacobs,
01:32:10.916 – 01:32:13.397
who just arrived on the scene here of a four-alarm fire...
01:32:13.44 – 01:32:15.965
- that broke out about an hour ago. - Boy, she's hot.
01:32:16.008 – 01:32:19.577
Live from the Parker Morris Building, Lauren Sanchez. Back to you in the studio.
01:32:19.621 – 01:32:21.187
[ Female Newscaster ] It was just... [ Man ] Yeah!
01:32:21.231 – 01:32:22.711
- Yeah. - [ Laughing ]
01:32:22.754 – 01:32:24.669
Holy shit.
01:32:24.713 – 01:32:28.107
- Yeah! -...a controlled blaze that may have started...
01:32:28.151 – 01:32:30.24
[ Laughter ]
01:32:30.283 – 01:32:32.808
[ Men Whooping ]
01:32:32.851 – 01:32:34.853
What the fuck did you guys do? [ Newscaster ] ...how the blaze started,
01:32:34.897 – 01:32:37.595
but arson investigators are on the premises...
01:32:37.639 – 01:32:40.729
- and a hazardous materials... - [ Laughing ]
01:32:42.731 – 01:32:44.82
If you're just joining us... Sir, the first rule...
01:32:44.863 – 01:32:47.344
of Project Mayhem is you do not ask questions, sir.
01:32:47.387 – 01:32:50.782
[ Newscaster ] ...broke out about an hour ago at the Parker Morris Building downtown.
01:32:50.826 – 01:32:53.611
Police Commissioner Jacobs is on the scene conducting an investigation...
01:32:53.655 – 01:32:58.311
The victory in the war against crime will not come overnight.
01:32:58.355 – 01:33:00.444
It will take dedication and commitment,
01:33:00.487 – 01:33:02.925
[ Inaudible ] and most of all, cooperation.
01:33:02.968 – 01:33:06.972
The streets are safer now. There's hope in the inner city.
01:33:07.016 – 01:33:09.975
- However, this is only the beginning. - I gotta take a piss.
01:33:10.019 – 01:33:14.24
These are the first steps in a long journey.
01:33:14.284 – 01:33:17.2
- That is why we have created Project Hope... - Bob.
01:33:17.243 – 01:33:20.638
"Helping Others With Prevention and Enforcement."
01:33:20.682 – 01:33:23.51
Project Hope will be a joint effort...
01:33:23.554 – 01:33:26.775
between the police and community leaders.
01:33:26.818 – 01:33:30.561
It will be a powerful new weapon in the war against crime.
01:33:30.605 – 01:33:32.998
[ Applause ]
01:33:56.065 – 01:33:58.11
[ Gasping, Grunts ]
01:34:00.547 – 01:34:01.548
[ Muffled Scream ]
01:34:06.162 – 01:34:08.207
[ Tyler Screams ]
01:34:16.085 – 01:34:18.783
[ Man ] Wrap it around the top of his Hacky Sack, Bob.
01:34:18.827 – 01:34:22.047
- Man. His balls are ice cold. - [ Muffled Whimpering ]
01:34:22.091 – 01:34:25.703
Hi. You're gonna call off your rigorous investigation.
01:34:25.747 – 01:34:29.185
You're gonna publicly state that there is no underground group, or...
01:34:29.228 – 01:34:31.491
- these guys are gonna take your balls. - [ Muffled ] No!
01:34:31.535 – 01:34:33.624
[ Tyler ] They're gonna send one to theNew York Times...
01:34:33.668 – 01:34:35.887
and one to the L.A. Times, press-release style.
01:34:35.931 – 01:34:37.976
Look.
01:34:38.02 – 01:34:40.718
The people you are after are the people you depend on.
01:34:40.762 – 01:34:43.46
We cook your meals. We haul your trash.
01:34:43.503 – 01:34:46.289
We connect your calls. We drive your ambulances.
01:34:46.332 – 01:34:49.553
We guard you while you sleep.
01:34:52.861 – 01:34:54.732
Do not fuck with us.
01:35:00.346 – 01:35:02.348
[ Muffled Screaming ] No! No! No!
01:35:02.392 – 01:35:04.133
[ Grunts ]
01:35:04.176 – 01:35:06.178
Fooled ya.
01:35:10.095 – 01:35:13.446
[ Train Rumbling ]
01:35:18.495 – 01:35:20.715
[ No Audible Dialogue ]
01:35:20.758 – 01:35:22.673
Bob, you're this way.
01:35:22.717 – 01:35:25.284
Let's go.
01:35:25.328 – 01:35:29.332
[ Narrator ] I am Jack's inflamed sense of rejection.
01:35:29.375 – 01:35:30.942
Hey!
01:35:37.47 – 01:35:39.734
[ Distorted Shouting ]
01:35:44.173 – 01:35:47.176
- [ Shouting, Cheering ] - Yeah!
01:35:48.786 – 01:35:50.745
[ Laughs ]
01:35:54.705 – 01:35:57.969
[ Cheering, Shouting ]
01:36:04.628 – 01:36:06.456
[ Shouting Fades ]
01:36:12.114 – 01:36:14.072
[ No Audible Dialogue ]
01:36:20.209 – 01:36:22.211
[ Narrator ] I felt like putting a bullet between the eyes...
01:36:22.254 – 01:36:25.17
of every panda that wouldn't screw to save its species.
01:36:28.086 – 01:36:30.741
I wanted to open the dump valves...
01:36:30.785 – 01:36:34.571
on oil tankers and smother all those French beaches I'd never see.
01:36:38.88 – 01:36:41.317
I wanted to breathe smoke.
01:36:41.36 – 01:36:43.362
[ Spits ]
01:36:57.855 – 01:36:59.726
Where'd you go, psycho boy?
01:37:01.772 – 01:37:03.818
I felt like destroying something beautiful.
01:37:06.603 – 01:37:08.17
[ Gagging ]
01:37:08.213 – 01:37:10.737
Get him to a fuckin' hospital. You got it.
01:37:23.185 – 01:37:26.014
Don't worry, Mr. Durden. Airport parking, long term.
01:37:27.363 – 01:37:29.147
After you, Mr. Durden.
01:37:30.975 – 01:37:33.021
After you.
01:37:40.724 – 01:37:42.508
[ Tires Screech ]
01:37:50.69 – 01:37:53.389
Something on your mind, dear? No.
01:37:53.432 – 01:37:56.783
All right, yeah. Why wasn't I told about Project Mayhem?
01:37:56.827 – 01:37:59.961
[ Together ] First rule of Project Mayhem is you do not ask questions.
01:38:00.004 – 01:38:02.311
- What are you talking about? - Why didn't you include me in the beginning?
01:38:02.354 – 01:38:05.444
Fight Club was the beginning. Now it's moved out of the basement.
01:38:05.488 – 01:38:07.403
It's called Project Mayhem.
01:38:07.446 – 01:38:09.796
You and I started Fight Club together. Do you remember that?
01:38:09.84 – 01:38:12.103
It's as much mine as it is yours, you know.
01:38:12.147 – 01:38:14.889
Is this about you and me? Yeah. I thought we were doing this together.
01:38:14.932 – 01:38:18.588
You're missing the point. This does not belong to us.
01:38:18.631 – 01:38:20.982
We are not special. Fuck that. You should've told me.
01:38:21.025 – 01:38:23.027
[ Horn Honking ]
01:38:23.071 – 01:38:24.899
- Hey, Tyler! - [ Honking ]
01:38:26.988 – 01:38:28.859
Goddamn it, Tyler! What do you want?
01:38:28.903 – 01:38:30.905
Statement of purpose? Should I e-mail you?
01:38:30.948 – 01:38:33.298
Should I put this on your action item list? Oh, look...
01:38:33.342 – 01:38:35.474
You decide your own level of involvement! I will!
01:38:35.518 – 01:38:37.607
I want to know certain things first.
01:38:37.65 – 01:38:41.045
- The first rule of Project Mayhem... - Shut up!
01:38:41.089 – 01:38:43.613
- I want to know what you're thinking. - Fuck what you know.
01:38:43.656 – 01:38:45.963
You need to forget about what you know. That's your problem.
01:38:46.007 – 01:38:49.14
Forget about what you think you know about life, about friendship,
01:38:49.184 – 01:38:51.534
and especially about you and me.
01:38:51.577 – 01:38:54.58
Wh... What? What is that supposed to mean? What...
01:38:58.062 – 01:39:01.239
What are you doing?
01:39:01.283 – 01:39:03.981
Guys, what will you wish you'd done before you die?
01:39:04.025 – 01:39:05.983
- Paint a self-portrait. - Build a house.
01:39:06.027 – 01:39:07.942
Hey... And you?
01:39:07.985 – 01:39:10.422
I don't know. Nothing. Nothing. Come on, get in the right lane.
01:39:10.466 – 01:39:13.034
I have to know the answer to this question. If you were to die right now,
01:39:13.077 – 01:39:15.123
how would you feel about your life?
01:39:15.166 – 01:39:17.56
I don't know! I wouldn't feel anything good about my life.
01:39:17.603 – 01:39:19.649
Is that what you want to hear me say? Fine. Come on!
01:39:19.692 – 01:39:21.085
- Not good enough. - [ Honking ]
01:39:21.129 – 01:39:23.609
Stop fucking around! Tyler!
01:39:23.653 – 01:39:25.655
[ Honking ]
01:39:25.698 – 01:39:27.918
Jesus Christ!
01:39:27.962 – 01:39:30.79
Goddamn it! Goddamn it! Fuck you!
01:39:30.834 – 01:39:34.969
Fuck Fight Club. Fuck Marla. I am sick of all your shit.
01:39:35.012 – 01:39:38.798
[ Chuckles ] Okay, man. Okay.
01:39:38.842 – 01:39:41.453
Quit screwing around. Take the wheel. Look at you.
01:39:41.497 – 01:39:44.152
Take the wheel, all right? Look at you! You're fuckin' pathetic!
01:39:44.195 – 01:39:46.545
Why? Why? What are you talking about?
01:39:46.589 – 01:39:49.2
Why do you think I blew up your condo?
01:39:49.244 – 01:39:51.637
What?
01:39:51.681 – 01:39:53.596
[ Tyler ] Hitting bottom isn't a weekend retreat.
01:39:53.639 – 01:39:55.641
It's not a goddamn seminar.
01:39:55.685 – 01:39:59.036
Stop trying to control everything, and just let go.
01:40:00.907 – 01:40:02.822
Let go!
01:40:02.866 – 01:40:05.782
All right. Fine.
01:40:05.825 – 01:40:07.653
Fine.
01:41:03.361 – 01:41:06.277
[ Grunting ]
01:41:06.321 – 01:41:09.628
[ Narrator ] I'd never been in a car accident.
01:41:09.672 – 01:41:12.153
This must have been what all those people felt like...
01:41:12.196 – 01:41:16.07
before I filed them as statistics in my reports.
01:41:16.113 – 01:41:18.594
Goddamn. Huh?
01:41:18.637 – 01:41:21.466
[ Laughing Hysterically ]
01:41:21.51 – 01:41:23.294
We just had a near-life experience!
01:41:25.731 – 01:41:28.952
[ Water Dripping ] [ Distorted Voices, Indistinct ]
01:41:28.995 – 01:41:31.563
[ Tyler ] In the world I see,
01:41:31.607 – 01:41:34.436
you're stalking elk through the damp canyon forest...
01:41:34.479 – 01:41:36.612
around the ruins of Rockefeller Center.
01:41:36.655 – 01:41:39.31
[ Distorted Voices Continue ]
01:41:39.354 – 01:41:44.098
You'll wear leather clothes that will last you the rest of your life.
01:41:44.141 – 01:41:47.318
You'll climb the rich, thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears Tower.
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And when you look down, you'll see tiny figures pounding corn,
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laying strips of venison in the empty carpool lane...
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of some abandoned superhighway.
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Feel better, champ.[ Mutters ]
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[ Door Closes ]
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[ Birds Chirping ]
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[ Narrator ] And then...
01:42:34.06 – 01:42:37.194
Tyler? Tyler was gone.
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Was I asleep? Had I slept?
01:42:50.338 – 01:42:53.21
[ Man ] You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake, you understand me?
01:42:53.254 – 01:42:56.257
[ Narrator ] The house had become a living thing,
01:42:56.3 – 01:42:59.216
wet inside from so many people sweating and breathing.
01:42:59.26 – 01:43:01.218
We are all part of the same compost heap.
01:43:01.262 – 01:43:03.394
So many people moving, the house moved.
01:43:06.615 – 01:43:10.445
Planet Tyler. I had to hug the walls.
01:43:10.488 – 01:43:13.97
Trapped inside this clockwork of space monkeys.
01:43:14.013 – 01:43:16.799
You can't be smoking in here. Do you know how much ether we have in this fucking house?
01:43:16.842 – 01:43:20.324
Cooking and working and sleeping in teams.
01:43:20.368 – 01:43:22.892
[ Phone Ringing ]
01:43:22.935 – 01:43:26.374
[ Man ] Hang on a second. I'll have to call you right back. Yeah.
01:43:26.417 – 01:43:29.507
[ Modem Connecting ]
01:43:29.551 – 01:43:31.596
[ Radio Chatter ]
01:43:43.565 – 01:43:46.089
It's under control, sir.
01:43:48.7 – 01:43:50.746
Where is Tyler?
01:43:50.789 – 01:43:53.662
Sir, the first rule of Project Mayhem is you do not ask...
01:43:53.705 – 01:43:55.49
Right, uh... Okay.
01:43:58.144 – 01:44:00.277
[ Narrator ] I'm all alone.
01:44:00.321 – 01:44:04.063
My father dumped me. Tyler dumped me.
01:44:04.107 – 01:44:06.631
I am Jack's broken heart.
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What comes next in Project Mayhem, only Tyler knows.
01:44:15.205 – 01:44:17.99
The second rule is you do not ask questions.
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Get the fuck away from me. Get the fuck away from me!
01:44:24.04 – 01:44:26.347
Who are all these people?
01:44:31.743 – 01:44:33.658
Paper Street Soap Company.
01:44:36.226 – 01:44:38.054
Can I come in?
01:44:40.752 – 01:44:42.841
He's not here.
01:44:42.885 – 01:44:44.974
What?
01:44:46.367 – 01:44:49.805
Tyler isn't here.
01:44:49.848 – 01:44:52.286
Tyler went away.
01:44:52.329 – 01:44:54.157
Tyler's gone.
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[ Train Horn Blows In Distance ]
01:45:03.209 – 01:45:05.951
[ Dog Barking In Distance ]
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[ Man Shouting ] I need some help!
01:45:13.263 – 01:45:16.222
[ Men Shouting ]
01:45:23.273 – 01:45:25.667
All right! Lay him down!
01:45:25.71 – 01:45:29.366
Got two gunshot wounds comin' through! Clear some fucking room!
01:45:29.41 – 01:45:32.064
What happened? What happened?
01:45:32.108 – 01:45:36.112
We were on assignment. We were supposed to kill two birds with one stone...
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- Destroy a piece of corporate art... - [ Beeping ]
01:45:38.201 – 01:45:40.551
Operation Latte Thunder, go.
01:45:42.64 – 01:45:44.338
And trash a franchise coffee bar.
01:45:50.996 – 01:45:52.868
We had it all worked out, sir.
01:46:01.572 – 01:46:04.836
- It went smooth until... - Police! Freeze!
01:46:04.88 – 01:46:09.232
- What? - They shot Bob.
01:46:09.275 – 01:46:11.365
- They shot him in the head. - Those fuckin' pigs!
01:46:14.933 – 01:46:16.848
[ Men Groaning ]
01:46:16.892 – 01:46:18.023
[ Man ] Oh, God.
01:46:18.067 – 01:46:20.374
Those motherfuckers!
01:46:20.417 – 01:46:22.898
You morons.
01:46:22.941 – 01:46:25.683
You're running around in ski masks, trying to blow things up.
01:46:25.727 – 01:46:27.772
What did you think was gonna happen?
01:46:32.211 – 01:46:35.432
Okay, quick. We gotta get rid of the evidence. We gotta get rid of this body!
01:46:35.476 – 01:46:37.652
- Bury him. - What?
01:46:37.695 – 01:46:40.872
Take him to the garden and bury him.
01:46:40.916 – 01:46:43.788
- Come on, people! Let's go! - Hey! Get your fucking hands...
01:46:43.832 – 01:46:47.226
Get away from him! What are you talking about?
01:46:47.27 – 01:46:49.968
This isn't a fucking piece of evidence. This is a person!
01:46:50.012 – 01:46:53.102
He's a friend of mine, and you're not gonna bury him in the fucking garden.
01:46:53.145 – 01:46:56.148
He was killed serving Project Mayhem, sir.
01:46:56.192 – 01:46:58.281
- This is Bob. - But, sir, in...
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In Project Mayhem we have no names.
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No, you listen to me. This is a man, and he has a name.
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And it's Robert Paulson, okay?
01:47:07.159 – 01:47:09.205
Robert Paulson? He's a man,
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and he's dead now because of us, all right?
01:47:10.946 – 01:47:12.861
Do you understand that?
01:47:12.904 – 01:47:14.732
I understand.
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In death, a member of Project Mayhem...
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has a name.
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His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:25.83 – 01:47:28.659
His name is Robert Paulson.
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His name... [ All ] Is Robert Paulson.
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His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:35.797 – 01:47:38.843
- Come on, guys. Please, stop it. - His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:38.887 – 01:47:41.716
His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:41.759 – 01:47:44.849
His name is Robert Paulson. Shut up! This is all over with!
01:47:44.893 – 01:47:48.679
His name is Robert Paulson. His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:48.723 – 01:47:51.508
- I have to find Tyler. - His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:51.552 – 01:47:57.035
His name is Robert Paulson. His name is Robert Paulson.
01:47:57.079 – 01:48:01.126
His name is Robert Paulson. His name is Robert Paulson.
01:48:01.17 – 01:48:05.304
His name is Robert Paulson. His name is Robert Paulson.
01:48:05.348 – 01:48:07.742
[ Chanting Continues ]
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[ Phone Rings ]
01:48:19.101 – 01:48:20.798
Tyler?
01:48:20.842 – 01:48:23.671
No, this is Detective Stern of the arson unit.
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I need to see you in my office...
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[ Echoing ] His name is Robert Paulson.
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[ Narrator ] I went to all the cities on Tyler's used ticket stubs, barhopping.
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I didn't know how or why, but I could look at 50 different bars, and somehow I just knew.
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I'm looking for Tyler Durden. It's very important that I talk to him.
01:48:43.386 – 01:48:46.389
I wish I could help you.
01:48:46.432 – 01:48:48.87
Sir.
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Every city I went to,
01:48:56.007 – 01:48:58.836
- Hey! - as soon as I set foot off the plane,
01:48:58.88 – 01:49:01.143
I knew a Fight Club was close.
01:49:01.186 – 01:49:02.753
Hey! Hey!
01:49:03.885 – 01:49:05.626
Taxi!
01:49:05.669 – 01:49:07.628
Look at my face. I'm a member.
01:49:07.671 – 01:49:10.413
Now, I just need to know if you've seen Tyler.
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I'm not exposed to...
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speak any such information to you,
01:49:14.983 – 01:49:20.51
nor would I, even if I had said information you want at this juncture, be able.
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You're a moron. I'm afraid I'm gonna have to ask you to leave.
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[ Narrator ] Tyler had been busy... [ No Audible Dialogue ]
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setting up franchises all over the country.
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[ Crowd Shouting ]
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Was I asleep?
01:49:34.045 – 01:49:37.048
[ Crowd Shouting ] Had I slept?
01:49:37.092 – 01:49:40.704
Is Tyler my bad dream, or am I Tyler's?
01:49:40.748 – 01:49:43.141
We've just heard the stories. What kind of stories?
01:49:43.185 – 01:49:45.361
Like, nobody knows what he looks like.
01:49:45.404 – 01:49:48.19
He has facial reconstructive surgery every three years.
01:49:48.233 – 01:49:50.54
That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard.
01:49:50.584 – 01:49:52.716
Is it true about Fight Club in Miami?
01:49:52.76 – 01:49:55.501
Is Mr. Durden building an army?
01:49:55.545 – 01:49:59.331
I was living in a state of perpetual déjà vu.
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Everywhere I went, I felt I'd already been there.
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It was like following an invisible man.
01:50:07.513 – 01:50:10.212
The smell of dried blood.
01:50:10.255 – 01:50:14.085
Dirty, bare footprints circling each other.
01:50:14.129 – 01:50:17.088
That aroma of old sweat, like fried chicken.
01:50:17.132 – 01:50:21.005
The feel of a floor still warm from a fight the night before.
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I was always just one step behind Tyler.
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[ Voices ] His name is Robert Paulson.
01:50:27.664 – 01:50:31.886
His name is Robert Paulson. His name is Robert Paulson.
01:50:31.929 – 01:50:33.365
His...
01:50:35.629 – 01:50:37.413
Welcome back, sir.
01:50:38.588 – 01:50:40.503
How have you been?
01:50:40.546 – 01:50:42.766
Do you know me?
01:50:42.81 – 01:50:45.29
Is this a test, sir?
01:50:45.334 – 01:50:47.336
No, this is not a test.
01:50:47.379 – 01:50:50.295
You were in here last Thursday.
01:50:50.339 – 01:50:52.863
Thursday?
01:50:52.907 – 01:50:57.172
You were standing exactly where you are now, asking how good security is.
01:50:57.215 – 01:50:59.043
It's tight as a drum, sir.
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Who do you think I am?
01:51:04.135 – 01:51:06.703
Are you sure this isn't a test?
01:51:06.747 – 01:51:08.531
No, this is not a test.
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You're Mr. Durden.
01:51:12.187 – 01:51:14.972
You're the one who gave me this.
01:51:15.016 – 01:51:17.192
[ Narrator ] Please return your seat backs...
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to their full, upright and locked position.
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[ Line Rings ]
01:51:26.767 – 01:51:28.594
[ Phone Ringing ]
01:51:30.771 – 01:51:32.729
Yeah? Marla, it's me.
01:51:32.773 – 01:51:34.862
Have we ever done it? Done what?
01:51:34.905 – 01:51:38.648
- Have we ever had sex? - What kind of stupid question is that?
01:51:38.692 – 01:51:40.998
Is it stupid because the answer's yes, or because the answer's no?
01:51:41.042 – 01:51:43.871
Is this a trick? No, Marla, I need to know...
01:51:43.914 – 01:51:47.526
You mean you want to know if I think we were just having sex or making love?
01:51:47.57 – 01:51:49.398
So we did make love.
01:51:49.441 – 01:51:51.269
Is that what you're calling it?
01:51:51.313 – 01:51:53.315
Just answer the question, Marla, please!
01:51:53.358 – 01:51:55.752
- Did we do it or not? - You fuck me, then snub me.
01:51:55.796 – 01:51:58.233
You love me, you hate me. You show me a sensitive side,
01:51:58.276 – 01:52:00.365
then you turn into a total asshole.
01:52:00.409 – 01:52:02.759
Is that a pretty accurate description of our relationship, Tyler?
01:52:02.803 – 01:52:05.37
[ Narrator ] We have just lost cabin pressure.
01:52:05.414 – 01:52:07.721
- What did you just say? - What is wrong with you?
01:52:07.764 – 01:52:09.984
- What did you just call me? Say my name. - Tyler Durden.
01:52:10.027 – 01:52:12.769
Tyler Durden, you fucking freak. What's going on?
01:52:12.813 – 01:52:14.945
- I'm coming over. - No, wait, Marla, I'm not there...
01:52:14.989 – 01:52:18.514
[ Dial Tone ] You broke your promise.
01:52:18.557 – 01:52:21.517
- Jesus, Tyler. - You fuckin' talked to her about me.
01:52:21.56 – 01:52:23.345
Tyler, what the fuck is going on here?
01:52:23.388 – 01:52:25.826
I ask you for one thing... one simple thing.
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Why do people think that I'm you?
01:52:29.655 – 01:52:32.31
Answer me!
01:52:34.051 – 01:52:35.836
Sit.
01:52:39.1 – 01:52:41.537
Now answer me. Why do people think that I'm you?
01:52:41.58 – 01:52:43.8
I think you know.
01:52:43.844 – 01:52:46.629
No, I don't. Yes, you do.
01:52:46.672 – 01:52:49.414
Why would anyone possibly confuse you with me?
01:52:49.458 – 01:52:53.027
[ Lighter Flicks ]Uh, I... I don't know.
01:52:56.944 – 01:52:59.86
- You got it. - No.
01:52:59.903 – 01:53:01.862
- Do not fuck with us. - Say it.
01:53:03.254 – 01:53:05.3
Because...
01:53:06.78 – 01:53:07.781
Say it.
01:53:09.826 – 01:53:11.654
Because we're the same person.
01:53:14.004 – 01:53:16.398
We are the all-singing, all dancing...
01:53:16.441 – 01:53:20.01
Tyler, I don't understand this. You were looking for a way to change your life.
01:53:20.054 – 01:53:22.404
You could not do this on your own.
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All the ways you wish you could be,
01:53:24.275 – 01:53:26.8
that's me.
01:53:26.843 – 01:53:29.585
I look like you wanna look. I fuck like you wanna fuck.
01:53:29.628 – 01:53:32.109
I am smart, capable, and most importantly,
01:53:32.153 – 01:53:36.026
- I'm free in all the ways that you are not. - Oh, no.
01:53:36.07 – 01:53:38.855
- Tyler's not here. Tyler went away. Tyler's gone. - What?
01:53:38.899 – 01:53:40.074
This is impossible.
01:53:40.117 – 01:53:41.292
No.This is crazy.
01:53:41.336 – 01:53:43.599
People do it every day.
01:53:43.642 – 01:53:47.168
They talk to themselves. They see themselves as they'd like to be.
01:53:47.211 – 01:53:50.301
They don't have the courage you have to just run with it.
01:53:50.345 – 01:53:54.305
[ Grunting ]
01:53:54.349 – 01:53:57.7
Naturally, you're still wrestling with it, so sometimes you're still you.
01:53:57.743 – 01:53:59.528
We should do this again sometime.[ Bottle Shatters ]
01:53:59.571 – 01:54:02.531
Other times, you imagine yourself watching me.
01:54:02.574 – 01:54:05.012
If this is your first night at Fight Club, you have to fight.
01:54:05.055 – 01:54:07.71
Little by little, you're just letting yourself...
01:54:07.753 – 01:54:09.93
become...
01:54:09.973 – 01:54:12.323
Tyler Durden.
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You are not your job or how much money you have in the bank!
01:54:15.152 – 01:54:17.589
- No, you have a house. - Rented in your name.
01:54:17.633 – 01:54:19.591
You have jobs. You have a whole life.
01:54:19.635 – 01:54:21.811
You have night jobs because you can't sleep.
01:54:21.855 – 01:54:24.683
- Or you stay up and make soap. - Marla... You're fucking Marla, Tyler.
01:54:24.727 – 01:54:28.078
Uh, technically, you're fucking Marla. But it's all the same to her.
01:54:28.122 – 01:54:29.732
[ Gasping ]
01:54:29.775 – 01:54:32.691
Oh, my God.
01:54:32.735 – 01:54:34.955
Now you see our dilemma.
01:54:34.998 – 01:54:37.479
She knows too much.
01:54:37.522 – 01:54:39.829
I think we're gonna have to talk about...
01:54:39.873 – 01:54:42.571
how this might compromise our goals.
01:54:42.614 – 01:54:45.922
Wh-What are you saying?
01:54:45.966 – 01:54:50.057
This is... This is bullshit. This is bullshit. I'm not listening to this.
01:54:50.1 – 01:54:52.973
You are insane. No, you're insane.
01:54:53.016 – 01:54:55.41
And we simply do not have time for this crap.
01:54:57.803 – 01:54:59.936
It's called a changeover.
01:54:59.98 – 01:55:04.114
The movie goes on, and nobody in the audience has any idea.
01:55:05.42 – 01:55:07.291
[ Line Beeping ]
01:55:17.78 – 01:55:21.436
- Sir! Are you checking out? - Yeah, uh, b-bill me.
01:55:21.479 – 01:55:23.612
I need you to initial this list of phone calls, please.
01:55:28.356 – 01:55:30.706
When were these made? It says right there, sir. Between 2:00...
01:55:30.749 – 01:55:33.404
- and 3:30 this morning. - No, I w...
01:55:37.495 – 01:55:39.976
Have I been going to bed earlier every night?
01:55:40.02 – 01:55:42.022
Have I been sleeping later?
01:55:43.893 – 01:55:46.94
Have I been Tyler longer and longer?
01:55:49.638 – 01:55:51.857
Is anybody here?
01:55:54.512 – 01:55:56.558
Déjà vu all over again.
01:55:58.69 – 01:56:00.823
Yeah, with enough soap, we could blow up just about anything.
01:56:03.391 – 01:56:06.176
Oh, my God.
01:56:06.22 – 01:56:08.962
[ Line Ringing ]
01:56:09.005 – 01:56:12.182
[ Man On Phone ] 1888.I'm sorry. Who am I calling?
01:56:12.226 – 01:56:15.62
1888 Franklin. This is maintenance. Hello?
01:56:17.057 – 01:56:20.234
- Hello? - 1888 Franklin Street?
01:56:20.277 – 01:56:22.714
Yes. Can I help you?
01:56:25.195 – 01:56:28.111
Hello? Yeah. Yeah.
01:56:28.155 – 01:56:30.679
Uh, I need to talk to your supervisor right away.
01:56:30.722 – 01:56:32.942
Speaking. Okay, listen to me.
01:56:32.986 – 01:56:35.162
I think something really terrible is about to happen at your building.
01:56:35.205 – 01:56:37.033
You have got... It's under control, sir.
01:56:38.861 – 01:56:42.691
Excuse me? Don't worry about us, sir. We're solid.
01:56:46.39 – 01:56:48.784
[ Man On Phone ] 2160.
01:56:55.399 – 01:56:57.706
Marla! Marla! Hey! Fuck! Wait!
01:56:59.49 – 01:57:02.841
Marla! Wait. I gotta talk to you! Marla! Marla!
01:57:02.885 – 01:57:05.235
Your whacked-out bald freaks hit me with a fucking broom!
01:57:05.279 – 01:57:07.411
They almost broke my arm! I tried to warn you...
01:57:07.455 – 01:57:09.892
They were burning their fingertips with lye. The stink was unbelievable.
01:57:09.935 – 01:57:12.764
Look... Look, listen. It's gonna take a tremendous act of faith on your part,
01:57:12.808 – 01:57:15.55
but you've got to hear me out. Oh, here comes an avalanche of bullshit.
01:57:15.593 – 01:57:17.421
A little more faith than that.
01:57:21.208 – 01:57:23.427
No, listen, I don't want to hear anything you have to say.
01:57:23.471 – 01:57:25.951
You have every right to be...
01:57:25.995 – 01:57:28.258
Um, I'll just have a coffee, thanks.
01:57:28.302 – 01:57:31.087
Sir, anything you order is free of charge, sir.
01:57:31.131 – 01:57:33.263
Why is it free of charge?
01:57:33.307 – 01:57:36.136
Don't... Don't ask.Whatever.
01:57:36.179 – 01:57:39.443
I'll have the clam chowder, the fried chicken with the baked potato with everything,
01:57:39.487 – 01:57:40.966
and a chocolate chiffon pie.
01:57:41.01 – 01:57:43.273
Clean food, please.
01:57:43.317 – 01:57:46.276
In that case, sir, may I advise against the lady eating the clam chowder?
01:57:46.32 – 01:57:48.148
No clam chowder, thank you.
01:57:49.975 – 01:57:51.977
[ Marla Clears Throat ] You got about 30 seconds.
01:57:54.11 – 01:57:57.287
Marla, I know that I've been acting very, very strange.
01:57:57.331 – 01:58:01.117
Okay? I know that it's got to seem like there's two sides to me when you're with me.
01:58:01.161 – 01:58:03.772
Two sides? You're Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Jackass. I deserve that, but...
01:58:03.815 – 01:58:07.341
I've come to realize something very, very important. What?
01:58:07.384 – 01:58:10.344
The full extent of our relationship wasn't really clear to me up until now,
01:58:10.387 – 01:58:12.824
for reasons I'm not gonna go into, but the important thing is,
01:58:12.868 – 01:58:15.436
I know that I haven't been treating you so nice. Yeah, whatever.
01:58:15.479 – 01:58:18.178
No, no... Fifteen seconds. Fifteen seconds, please. Please.
01:58:18.221 – 01:58:20.136
Fifteen seconds. Don't open your mouth or move.
01:58:20.18 – 01:58:22.834
I'm trying to tell you that I'm sorry.
01:58:22.878 – 01:58:26.838
Because what I've come to realize is that I really like you, Marla.
01:58:28.101 – 01:58:31.191
You do? I really do.
01:58:31.234 – 01:58:34.977
I care about you, and I don't want anything bad to happen to you because of me.
01:58:35.02 – 01:58:38.372
Marla, your life is in danger.
01:58:38.415 – 01:58:40.504
What?
01:58:40.548 – 01:58:42.941
You need to leave town for a while.
01:58:42.985 – 01:58:45.161
Get out of any major city and just go camping or something.
01:58:45.205 – 01:58:47.294
You're an insane person. No, no.
01:58:47.337 – 01:58:49.818
I've involved you in something terrible that's about to happen.No.
01:58:49.861 – 01:58:51.08
Shut up. You're not safe.
01:58:51.124 – 01:58:53.126
Shut up!
01:58:55.04 – 01:58:57.26
Listen. I tried, Tyler.
01:58:57.304 – 01:58:59.567
I really tried. I know you did.
01:58:59.61 – 01:59:01.699
There are things about you I like.
01:59:01.743 – 01:59:04.702
You're smart. You're funny. You're spectacular in bed.
01:59:04.746 – 01:59:08.75
But you're intolerable.
01:59:08.793 – 01:59:11.622
You have very serious emotional problems.
01:59:11.666 – 01:59:15.235
Deep-seated problems for which you should seek professional help.
01:59:15.278 – 01:59:17.889
I know, and I'm sorry. Yeah, you're sorry, I'm sorry, everyone's sorry.
01:59:17.933 – 01:59:21.545
But... I can't do this anymore.
01:59:23.068 – 01:59:25.375
I can't. And I won't.
01:59:27.29 – 01:59:29.945
I'm gone.
01:59:29.988 – 01:59:32.426
You can't leave, Marla. You're not safe!
01:59:35.168 – 01:59:37.126
Marla, wait! You don't understand. No! Leave me alone!
01:59:37.17 – 01:59:39.215
Marla, I am trying to protect you. Just go away! Let go of me!
01:59:39.259 – 01:59:41.478
I don't ever want to see you again!
01:59:41.522 – 01:59:43.915
That's fine. If that's what it takes... Here, wait. Wait right here.
01:59:45.352 – 01:59:48.442
[ Brakes Squealing ]
01:59:48.485 – 01:59:51.271
- [ Honking ] - Hold it right there. Shut up! Shut up!
01:59:51.314 – 01:59:53.708
Here. Take this money and get on this bus.
01:59:53.751 – 01:59:56.145
I promise you I will never bother you again if that's what you want.
01:59:56.189 – 01:59:58.234
[ Honking ]Shut up!
01:59:58.278 – 02:00:01.672
Please get on the bus. Please get on the bus!
02:00:01.716 – 02:00:05.502
Why are you doing this? Because they think you're some kind of a threat.
02:00:05.546 – 02:00:07.635
[ Horns Honking ]I... I can't explain it right now. Just trust me.
02:00:07.678 – 02:00:09.811
If I see where you're going, you will not be safe.
02:00:09.854 – 02:00:12.901
I'm not paying this back. I consider it asshole tax.
02:00:12.944 – 02:00:15.904
That's fine. Remember, stay out of major cities for at least a couple of days, okay?
02:00:15.947 – 02:00:18.646
Tyler?
02:00:18.689 – 02:00:21.257
You're the worst thing that ever happened to me.
02:00:28.96 – 02:00:31.354
[ Honking ][ Man Shouting ]
02:00:36.272 – 02:00:39.493
Hello. I need you to arrest me.
02:00:39.536 – 02:00:41.799
I am the leader of a terrorist organization...
02:00:41.843 – 02:00:47.283
responsible for numerous acts of vandalism and assault all over this city.
02:00:47.327 – 02:00:51.156
...in the metropolitan area, with probably a couple hundred members.
02:00:51.2 – 02:00:55.03
Chapters have sprung up in five or six other major cities already.
02:00:55.073 – 02:00:57.989
This is a tightly regimented organization,
02:00:58.033 – 02:01:00.34
with many cells capable of operating...
02:01:00.383 – 02:01:02.864
completely independent of central leadership.
02:01:02.907 – 02:01:07.738
Look. Go to the house, okay? 1537 Paper Street.
02:01:07.782 – 02:01:09.827
That's our headquarters.
02:01:09.871 – 02:01:12.482
In the back, buried in the garden,
02:01:12.526 – 02:01:15.529
you'll find the body of Robert Paulson.
02:01:15.572 – 02:01:17.705
In the basement,
02:01:17.748 – 02:01:20.229
you're gonna find some bathtubs that have been used very recently...
02:01:20.273 – 02:01:22.579
to make large quantities of nitroglycerin.
02:01:24.581 – 02:01:27.105
I believe the plan is to blow up the headquarters...
02:01:27.149 – 02:01:30.674
of these credit card companies and the T.R.W. Building.
02:01:32.894 – 02:01:36.332
Why these buildings? Why credit card companies?
02:01:36.376 – 02:01:40.641
If you erase the debt record, then we all go back to zero.
02:01:40.684 – 02:01:42.512
It'll create total chaos.
02:01:45.602 – 02:01:47.43
Keep him talking. I need to make a phone call.
02:01:51.826 – 02:01:54.872
[ Door Opens, Closes ]
02:01:58.485 – 02:02:00.269
I really admire what you're doing.
02:02:01.618 – 02:02:03.054
What?
02:02:03.098 – 02:02:05.013
You're a brave man to order this.
02:02:05.056 – 02:02:07.232
You're a genius, sir.
02:02:07.276 – 02:02:10.845
You said if anyone ever interferes with Project Mayhem...
02:02:10.888 – 02:02:15.197
even you... we gotta get his balls.
02:02:15.24 – 02:02:19.027
- It's useless to fight. - This is really a powerful gesture, Mr. Durden.
02:02:19.07 – 02:02:22.117
It'll set quite an example. You're making a big mistake, fellas.
02:02:22.16 – 02:02:24.902
You said you'd say that. I'm not Tyler Durden!
02:02:24.946 – 02:02:26.556
You told us you'd say that too.
02:02:26.6 – 02:02:30.865
All right, I am Tyler Durden. Listen to me.
02:02:30.908 – 02:02:33.65
I'm giving you a direct order. We are aborting this mission right now.
02:02:33.694 – 02:02:35.696
You said you would definitely say that.
02:02:37.915 – 02:02:41.049
[ Muffled ] Let me go! [ Muffled ]
02:02:41.092 – 02:02:44.4
Are you fucking out of your minds? You're police officers!
02:02:47.447 – 02:02:48.535
Somebody timing this? No!
02:02:48.578 – 02:02:49.623
No! No... [ Knocking ]
02:02:49.666 – 02:02:51.625
Keep your mouth shut!
02:02:51.668 – 02:02:53.017
[ Knocking Continues ]Shit.
02:02:54.367 – 02:02:56.543
Yeah?
02:02:56.586 – 02:02:59.241
- Hey, you know, some of this information checks out. - Uh-huh.
02:02:59.284 – 02:03:02.549
Let's go over to that house on Paper Street. Be right there.
02:03:02.592 – 02:03:05.116
Okay. Hey, wait!
02:03:05.16 – 02:03:07.162
- You got him? - I got him.
02:03:07.205 – 02:03:08.99
- Sir, we have to do this. - Come on, Mr. Durden. Stop fighting.
02:03:09.033 – 02:03:11.035
- You're gonna fuck up... - Where's the rubber band?
02:03:11.079 – 02:03:13.298
Get away from me! Drop that fucking knife! Drop it!
02:03:16.476 – 02:03:18.129
Back up.
02:03:18.173 – 02:03:20.262
Face down on the floor, both of you right now!
02:03:22.873 – 02:03:24.788
Get down on the floor!
02:03:29.053 – 02:03:31.447
First person comes out this fucking door gets a...
02:03:31.491 – 02:03:33.231
gets a lead salad, you understand?
02:03:36.931 – 02:03:38.715
[ Elevator Bell Dings ]
02:03:53.643 – 02:03:57.647
[ Horns Honking ]
02:03:57.691 – 02:04:00.171
Get away! Get away!
02:04:03.914 – 02:04:06.439
[ Honking ]
02:04:12.967 – 02:04:15.97
I ran.[ Panting ]
02:04:16.013 – 02:04:19.495
I ran until my muscles burned and my veins pumped battery acid.
02:04:22.629 – 02:04:24.457
Then I ran some more.
02:04:32.334 – 02:04:35.206
[ Siren Wailing ]
02:05:05.715 – 02:05:08.022
What the fuck are you doing?
02:05:08.065 – 02:05:10.938
Running around in your underpants. Man, you look like a crazy person.
02:05:10.981 – 02:05:13.984
No, I'm on to you. I know what's going on here.
02:05:14.028 – 02:05:16.596
Well, come on, then. I got us a great place to watch from.
02:05:16.639 – 02:05:18.859
[ Grunting ] It'll be like pay-per-view.
02:05:20.991 – 02:05:23.994
[ Laughing ]
02:06:06.036 – 02:06:08.952
- [ Beeping ] - Oh, Christ.
02:06:08.996 – 02:06:12.129
- Now what are you doing? - I'm stopping this.
02:06:12.173 – 02:06:14.567
Why? Greatest thing you've ever done, man.
02:06:14.61 – 02:06:16.743
No, I can't let this happen.
02:06:16.786 – 02:06:20.094
You know there are 10 other bombs in 10 other buildings.
02:06:20.137 – 02:06:22.618
Goddamn it, since when is Project Mayhem about murder?
02:06:22.662 – 02:06:25.447
The buildings are empty. Security and maintenance, all our people.
02:06:25.49 – 02:06:27.449
We're not killing anyone, man. We're setting 'em free.
02:06:27.492 – 02:06:30.408
Bob is dead. They shot him in the head.
02:06:30.452 – 02:06:33.847
You wanna make an omelet, you gotta break some eggs.
02:06:33.89 – 02:06:35.675
No, I'm not listening to you. You're not even there.
02:06:35.718 – 02:06:37.198
[ Muttering ]
02:06:38.678 – 02:06:40.81
Okay... [ Muttering ]
02:06:40.854 – 02:06:43.508
[ Beeping Continues ]
02:06:43.552 – 02:06:47.774
Wouldn't do that. Not unless I knew which wires were what.
02:06:47.817 – 02:06:49.427
If you know, then I know.
02:06:55.216 – 02:06:57.044
Or maybe I knew you'd know,
02:06:57.087 – 02:06:59.35
so I spent the whole day thinking about the wrong ones.
02:07:03.05 – 02:07:04.704
[ Beeping Continues ]
02:07:06.009 – 02:07:08.011
[ Shudders ]
02:07:08.055 – 02:07:11.188
You think?
02:07:11.232 – 02:07:14.278
Oh, heavens no. Not the green one.
02:07:14.322 – 02:07:17.151
- Pull any one but the green one. - [ Beeping Continues ]
02:07:17.194 – 02:07:18.674
[ Beeping Stops ]
02:07:21.024 – 02:07:23.113
I asked you not to do that!
02:07:24.506 – 02:07:26.073
- [ Grunts ] - Fuck!
02:07:28.815 – 02:07:30.773
Tyler, get away from the van.
02:07:33.254 – 02:07:36.518
Tyler, I'm not kidding! Get away from the van!
02:07:36.561 – 02:07:39.086
Goddamn it!
02:07:39.129 – 02:07:41.566
Whoa! Whoa!
02:07:44.961 – 02:07:49.139
Okay, you are now firing a gun at your imaginary friend...
02:07:49.183 – 02:07:51.664
near 400 gallons of nitroglycerin!
02:07:54.014 – 02:07:55.624
Come on... Tyler! Tyler!
02:07:58.758 – 02:07:59.976
[ Shouts ]
02:08:09.246 – 02:08:12.162
Aw, come on. Don't go.
02:08:18.56 – 02:08:20.518
- Tyler! Tyler! - [ Grunting, Screaming ]
02:08:32.356 – 02:08:33.314
[ Grunts ]
02:08:36.839 – 02:08:37.927
Oh, God!
02:08:41.539 – 02:08:44.238
Come here!
02:08:50.723 – 02:08:52.637
What?
02:08:58.339 – 02:09:00.08
[ Mutters ]
02:09:04.824 – 02:09:07.957
[ Screaming ]
02:09:13.006 – 02:09:14.398
- [ Karate Yell ] - [ Screams ]
02:09:23.277 – 02:09:26.802
[ Grunting ]
02:09:29.5 – 02:09:31.111
[ Neck Cracks ]
02:09:37.857 – 02:09:41.382
Three minutes. This is it.
02:09:41.425 – 02:09:43.514
The beginning.
02:09:43.558 – 02:09:45.778
Ground zero.
02:09:45.821 – 02:09:48.128
[ Narrator ] I think this is about where we came in.
02:09:48.171 – 02:09:50.565
Would you like to say a few words to mark the occasion?
02:09:50.608 – 02:09:53.698
- [ Muffled ] - I'm sorry?
02:09:53.742 – 02:09:55.7
I still can't think of anything.
02:09:57.398 – 02:09:59.704
Ah, flashback humor.
02:10:05.145 – 02:10:06.886
It's getting exciting now.
02:10:08.365 – 02:10:10.541
Two and a half.
02:10:10.585 – 02:10:12.892
Think of everything we've accomplished, man.
02:10:14.981 – 02:10:18.027
Out these windows, we will view the collapse of financial history.
02:10:18.071 – 02:10:21.552
One step closer to economic equilibrium.
02:10:29.604 – 02:10:32.172
[ Siren Wailing ]
02:10:32.215 – 02:10:34.304
[ Indistinct Shouting ]
02:10:35.915 – 02:10:37.742
Why is she here?
02:10:37.786 – 02:10:39.875
Tying up loose ends.
02:10:39.919 – 02:10:43.052
[ Marla ] Put me down, you bald-headed fucks!
02:10:43.096 – 02:10:46.229
I'm begging you, please don't do this. I'm not doing this.
02:10:46.273 – 02:10:48.884
We are doing this. This is what we want.
02:10:48.928 – 02:10:51.06
No, I don't want this.
02:10:51.104 – 02:10:54.672
Right, except "you" is meaningless now.
02:10:54.716 – 02:10:58.763
We have to forget about you.Jesus. You're a voice in my head.
02:10:58.807 – 02:11:01.505
You're a voice in mine. You're a fucking hallucination.
02:11:01.549 – 02:11:03.856
Why can't I get rid of you? You need me.
02:11:03.899 – 02:11:06.989
- No, I don't. I really don't anymore. - Hey, you created me.
02:11:07.033 – 02:11:10.253
I didn't create some loser alter ego to make myself feel better.
02:11:10.297 – 02:11:12.69
Take some responsibility. I do.
02:11:12.734 – 02:11:16.129
I am responsible for all of it, and I accept that.
02:11:16.172 – 02:11:18.392
So, please, I'm begging you...
02:11:18.435 – 02:11:20.002
Please call this off.
02:11:22.396 – 02:11:25.834
- Have I ever let us down? - [ Thunder Rumbling ]
02:11:25.878 – 02:11:28.01
How far have you come because of me?
02:11:33.973 – 02:11:36.279
I will bring us through this.
02:11:36.323 – 02:11:40.109
As always, I will carry you, kicking and screaming,
02:11:40.153 – 02:11:42.459
and in the end, you will thank me.
02:11:42.503 – 02:11:44.548
Tyler...
02:11:44.592 – 02:11:46.811
Tyler, I'm grateful to you...
02:11:46.855 – 02:11:49.336
for everything that you've done for me.
02:11:49.379 – 02:11:53.514
- But this is too much. I don't want this. - What do you want?
02:11:53.557 – 02:11:57.257
Want to go back to the shit job, fucking condo world, watching sitcoms?
02:11:57.3 – 02:11:59.172
Fuck you. I won't do it.
02:11:59.215 – 02:12:02.784
Oh, my God. This can't be happening.
02:12:02.827 – 02:12:06.657
It's already done, so shut up. Sixty seconds. Can you see all right?
02:12:06.701 – 02:12:08.442
No.
02:12:08.485 – 02:12:11.184
I can figure this out.
02:12:11.227 – 02:12:13.099
I can figure this out. This isn't even real.
02:12:13.142 – 02:12:15.144
You're not real. That gun is...
02:12:15.188 – 02:12:16.711
That gun isn't even in your hand.
02:12:18.321 – 02:12:20.106
That gun's in my hand.
02:12:25.546 – 02:12:27.765
Hey, good for you. Doesn't change a thing.
02:12:36.687 – 02:12:39.473
Why do you want to put a gun to your head?
02:12:39.516 – 02:12:42.128
Not my head, Tyler.
02:12:42.171 – 02:12:44.086
Our head.
02:12:45.958 – 02:12:47.35
Interesting.
02:12:50.875 – 02:12:53.356
Where are you going with this, Ikea boy?
02:13:00.015 – 02:13:02.713
Hey, it's you and me.
02:13:06.5 – 02:13:08.371
Friends.
02:13:09.546 – 02:13:11.461
Tyler,
02:13:13.681 – 02:13:16.423
I want you to really listen to me.
02:13:16.466 – 02:13:18.903
Okay.
02:13:20.427 – 02:13:22.211
My eyes are open.
02:13:31.177 – 02:13:33.44
[ Choking ]
02:13:33.483 – 02:13:34.876
[ Inhales ]
02:13:39.62 – 02:13:41.839
What's that smell?
02:13:49.369 – 02:13:51.371
[ Sirens Wailing ]
02:13:51.414 – 02:13:53.503
[ Clattering ]
02:13:54.939 – 02:13:57.159
[ Elevator Bell Dings ]
02:13:57.203 – 02:14:00.597
[ Chattering, Laughing ]
02:14:02.686 – 02:14:04.384
Where is everybody? I don't know. What's goin' on?
02:14:05.689 – 02:14:06.69
Mr. Durden!
02:14:07.865 – 02:14:09.693
Oh, my God.
02:14:09.737 – 02:14:11.521
Sir?
02:14:13.132 – 02:14:16.439
[ Choking ] Are you, uh...
02:14:16.483 – 02:14:18.441
Are you all right, sir?
02:14:18.485 – 02:14:20.748
[ Raspy Voice ] Oh, yeah, I'm okay.
02:14:20.791 – 02:14:22.445
You look terrible, sir. What happened?
02:14:22.489 – 02:14:24.012
Oh, nothing. It's no problem.
02:14:24.056 – 02:14:26.667
Oh, no, no, sir. He's not kidding.
02:14:26.71 – 02:14:28.364
You look really awful. You need medical assistance.
02:14:28.408 – 02:14:30.584
I'm fine.[ Groans ]
02:14:30.627 – 02:14:33.021
- [ Marla Shouting ] - Look, I'm fine. Everything's fine.
02:14:33.065 – 02:14:35.284
[ Man ] Come on. [ Marla Continues Shouting ]
02:14:35.328 – 02:14:37.678
Ow! [ Shouts, Indistinct ]
02:14:37.721 – 02:14:40.811
- Let-Let her go. - Christ Almighty!
02:14:40.855 – 02:14:42.639
You!
02:14:42.683 – 02:14:45.512
Hi, Marla.
02:14:45.555 – 02:14:49.124
Leave her with me and get your stuff. I'll meet you downstairs.
02:14:49.168 – 02:14:51.561
- Are you sure? - Yes, I'm sure.
02:14:53.346 – 02:14:55.565
You fucker!
02:14:55.609 – 02:14:57.698
What kind of sick fucking game are you playing now,
02:14:57.741 – 02:15:00.353
putting me on a fucking bu... Oh, my God, your face!
02:15:00.396 – 02:15:01.832
Yeah, I know.
02:15:06.62 – 02:15:08.622
What happened?
02:15:08.665 – 02:15:09.884
[ Gasps ]Don't ask.
02:15:09.927 – 02:15:11.842
You're shot. Yes, I'm shot.
02:15:11.886 – 02:15:14.062
Oh, my God.
02:15:14.106 – 02:15:16.804
I can't believe he's standing. One tough motherfucker.
02:15:20.677 – 02:15:22.592
Who did this?
02:15:22.636 – 02:15:25.204
I did, actually.
02:15:25.247 – 02:15:28.642
Find some gauze.
02:15:28.685 – 02:15:30.861
You shot yourself?
02:15:30.905 – 02:15:33.473
Yes, but it's okay. Marla, look at me.
02:15:33.516 – 02:15:35.823
I'm really okay.
02:15:35.866 – 02:15:37.912
Trust me.
02:15:37.955 – 02:15:39.914
Everything's gonna be fine.
02:15:39.957 – 02:15:41.829
[ Marla Gasps ]
02:15:52.883 – 02:15:55.582
You met me at a very strange time in my life.
02:15:58.019 – 02:16:00.108
♪ With your feet on the air
02:16:00.152 – 02:16:02.066
♪ And your head on the ground ♪
02:16:05.157 – 02:16:10.336
♪ Try this trick and spin it, yeah ♪
02:16:10.379 – 02:16:14.078
♪ Your head'll collapse if there's nothing in it ♪
02:16:14.122 – 02:16:16.516
♪ And you'll ask yourself
02:16:16.559 – 02:16:19.345
♪ Where is my mind
02:16:19.388 – 02:16:20.998
♪ Where is my mind
02:16:21.042 – 02:16:25.351
♪ Where is my mind
02:16:33.097 – 02:16:37.189
♪ Way out in the water
02:16:37.232 – 02:16:39.06
♪ See it swimming
02:16:45.327 – 02:16:48.591
♪ I was swimming in the Caribbean ♪
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♪ Animals were hiding behind the rock ♪
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♪ Except for little fish when they told me east is west ♪
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♪ Trying to talk to me coy koi ♪
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♪ Where is my mind
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♪ Where is my mind
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♪ Where is my mind
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♪ Way out in the water
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♪ See it swimming
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♪ With your feet on the air and your head on the ground ♪
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♪ Try this trick and spin it, yeah ♪
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♪ Your head'll collapse if there's nothing in it ♪
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♪ And you'll ask yourself
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♪ Where is my mind
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♪ Where is my mind
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♪ Where is my mind
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♪ Way out in the water
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♪ See it swimming
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♪♪ [ Vocalizing ]
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♪ With your feet on the air and your head on the ground ♪
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♪ Try this trick and spin it
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♪♪ [ Vocalizing ]
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♪♪ [ Fades ]