The Naked Gun 2 and a Half: The Smell of Fear

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1991
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I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be so blunt.

It's all right, Doctor. It's OK.

You're thinking about him again,

aren't you? What was his name?

- Frank?

- Yes.

You just can't forget about him?

- Who?

- Frank.

Oh, yes!

No, I can't. I... I try.

It's just that when you've had

that much man...

But then, you wouldn't understand.

Jane, you mustn't be

so hard on yourself.

You've done a wonderful job

here at the Institute.

You're the finest Director of

Public Relations we've ever had.

Thank you, Doctor, I try my best.

But I see you here

night after night past ten.

You must forget about the past.

Go out, see new people, enjoy yourself.

There is someone I'm seeing,

in fact just yesterday.

I was telling him about the speech...

- Good evening.

- Hello, Norm.

I forgot.

How was the White House dinner?

Extraordinary. The President promised

to implement my recommendations.

Wonderful! Then you're going to deliver

the speech you told me about?

Every word of it.

I would've given it tonight,

but a guest there made such a ruckus

that they wouldn't have heard me.

Hey, Al! Ken!

Look at this.

I found this in the waste-basket.

Hey, that's a pretty nice clock!

I wonder why they threw it out.

It's probably because it's

four minutes too slow. Let me fix it.

There.

My name is Sergeant Frank Drebin,

Detective Lieutenant, Police Squad.

I was getting my car washed when

I heard the call come over the scanner.

There had been a bombing and I was

on my way to advise the DC Police

as part of the President's

"Operation Scum Roundup".

- Ready?

- Yeah, got it.

As far as police work is concerned,

once in a while something comes up

that nothing quite prepares you for.

Somehow, a demented madman,

probably full of self-hate,

and possibly a couple of months

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