Battle: Los Angeles AKA World Invasion: Battle LA


Doc, is it all right|if I have one of those first?

You eat it at your own risk.

They're very old.

So do you feel that|you're making progress?

Yeah, yeah. Yeah.

I'm sleeping a lot better.

And then also around the firing range|and everything...

...when I first came back|and hear the pop, pop, pop...

...I'd get very jumpy and|it would mess with

me a little bit and a little|bit of a setback.

But now it, you know...

...doesn't bother me.

So I think that's progress.

So, what's the story with|my status, doc?

I mean, are you gonna clear me|for combat? Because...

Yeah, I feel good.

Let's meet again next week...

...and we'll discuss it. Okay?

All right, thank you.|Thank you very much, doc.

Harris' girl is making the dude|organise his entire wedding...

...two weeks before we deploy.

I say the chick's busting his balls|like nobody's business.

But he got two weeks to get it done|because we're out of here.

So I just came by to visit you|one last time before we leave.

And I brought Dad's five iron with me.|And you know what that means.

Me and the boys are gonna go out|tonight, continue the tradition.

Have a good time, you know?

I'll see you soon, bro.

See you soon.

Motown, give me my boots.|I'm going skiing.

Oh, that's how you do it, baby.

Here they come.

Don't mess this up, man.|They cannot know that you're a virgin.

How do you know I...|Who says I'm a virgin?

We know you are. Look at your face.

What are you telling her?|Telling her what?

Oh, come on, you guys.|You're killing me.

That dog gonna hunt! Damn, Daktari,|you can play, man.

We have courses in Nigeria, Imlay.

Shit. How am I supposed to know, man?|It's an American game, right?

Adukwu's our Navy corpsman.|He's like a medic.

No, not like a medic. Medic is|the Army. I'm a Navy corpsman.

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