The Train Job

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Mal: “I just wanted you to face me so she could get behind you.” (Zoe punches the thug out) “Drunks are so cute.”
Mal:  (into com) “Wash, we’ve got some local color happening. Your grand entrance would not go amiss right now.”
 
(Zoe, Mal, and Jayne are backed up against the edge of a cliff by a bunch of drunken brawlers)
Mal: “There’s just an acre of you fellas, ain’t there?” (to Zoe) “This is why we lost, you know. Superior numbers.”
Zoe: “Thanks for the re-enactment, sir.”
 
Mal: “Well they tell you: never hit a man with a closed fist. But it is, on occasion, hilarious.”
 
Mal: “Well, what about you, Shepherd? How come you’re flying about with us brigands? I mean, shouldn’t you be off bringing religiosity to the Fuzzie-Wuzzies or some such?”
Book: “Oh, I got heathens aplenty right here.”
Mal: “If I’m your mission, Shepherd, best give it up. You’re welcome on my boat. God ain’t.”
 
Inara: (pissed) “What did I say to you about barging into my shuttle?”
Mal: “That it was manly and impulsive?”
Inara: “Yes, precisely. Only the exact phrase I used was ‘don’t’.”
 
Mal: “And Kaylee, what the hell’s goin’ on in the engine room? Were there monkeys? Some terrifying space monkeys maybe got loose?”
 
Jayne: “Time for some thrilling heroics.”
 
Jayne: “These are stone killers, little man. They ain’t cuddly like me.”
 
Jayne: “Do you know what the chain of command is here? It’s the chain I go get and beat you with to show you who’s in command.”
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About TJ

In 2015 my family moved from a small village in mid-Michigan to five beautifully forested acres in Northern Michigan. We love the lakes and rivers, the forests, and the billions of stars we can see in the night sky, as well as the many cultural and historical activities in our area. We also love that the deer and wild turkeys come right up to our house. This is where our hearts are! I have multiple cats (five the last time I counted), and a sweet introverted dog who rarely barks and who deeply loves the six adorable ducks and nine chickens that have become part of our family. I enjoy reading, studying, writing, and learning new things. I also enjoy walking my dog, cuddling my cats, and gardening. I love nature. The world fascinates me.

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