K-9

Synopsis: The extravagant cop Michael Dooley needs some help to fight a drug dealer who has tried to kill him. A "friend" gives him a dog named Jerry Lee, who has been trained to smell drugs. With his help, Dooley sets out to put his enemy behind the bars, but Jerry Lee has a personality of his own and works only when he wants to. On the other hand, the dog is quite good at destroying Dooley's car, house and sex-life...
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Rod Daniel
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
 
IMDB:
6.0
Metacritic:
44
Rotten Tomatoes:
22%
PG-13
Year:
1989
101 min
41 Views

Great. You think that's funny, chiphead?

You know, I could pull your battery

and kill you. so don't get cocky.

- 2707 to ControI.

- Control, 2707.

Message check. I'm waitin'

for a friendly named Freddie.

He's a no-show.

Is there any call-ins from him?

Control, 2707. No messages.

All right, ten-four. I have a request

to open a phone channeI.

Patch me through to 5553312, please.

Calling your girlfriend to say you'll be late

is nonessential communication.

You should know that

by now, 2707. Clear.

Clear. Ten-four.

Thanks for nothing, ControI.

Ah, this is great

Agh! Goddamn it.

Lovers' lane.

Hi! Police.

This is an emergency.

I have to use your phone.

sorry about the upholstery. Just pretend

I'm not here, OK? I'll be a second.

$100 bottle of champagne!

she's worth it.

Aw, damn, the machine's on, you know?

You have one? I hate them.

You got a Kleenex? Ah, forget it.

That's all right. This'll come off.

Ah. Hi, Tracy. Yeah, it's Dooley.

I'm just calling to let you know

I'm gonna be a little late.

What's that?

I gotta go, honey.

Well, it's not the Eyewitness News team.

I think someone's mad at me.

Definitely, someone is mad at me.

- Whoo!

- Hey, Dooley!

Got a ride home tonight?

- Byers, I need a car.

- Can I ask you something?

- Later. Please, I need a car. Mine blew up.

- Just one question. One question.

How many cops use their day off

tryin' to get their asses shot off?

- I was set up!

- How many?

Look, I got him, OK?

I'm this close, Rog. I got Lyman.

- Give me a number. I'll write it down.

- 50 million.

Lyman's moving 50 million.

This is the big one, Rog, and I got him.

Mike, you don't have dick on Lyman.

What you've got

is a wet suit,

a bad attitude and a blown-up car.

Right. That's what I told you. I need a car.

You want a car, take a partner.

It's a two-for-one deaI.

- No, I'm not takin' a partner.

- Take Davis.

- Davis hates me.

- OK, uh... spencer. How about spencer?

- I hate spencer.

- You know the roster. Pick somebody.

- Lydecker. He's a good man.

- Lydecker's dead.

That's why I like him.

Doesn't slow me down.

Rog. 50 million. 50 million and Lyman.

know that there's a shipment comin' in?

High-tuned cop sense.

You remember that, Rog.

That's what you used to have, remember?

Before you became

a paper-pushin' pansy.

Paper-pushin' pansy. I like it.

Can you say it five times reaI quick?

- Paper-pushin' pansy...

- You're pathetic.

You're jealous because

I made lieutenant first.

You're right. You're right.

I'm green with envy because

I'd love to spend my days here with my

lips locked to the commissioner's butt!

- screw you, Dooley!

- Right now, Roger. Come on!

- Don't push me!

- Take your best shot!

You did. You hit me.

I don't believe you hit me.

- Do I get the car?

- You'll take a partner?

- No.

- No car.

OK. Fine.

I don't need your help.

I'll take Lyman alone.

Honey?

sweetheart!

shit.

Trace.

Trace, I know you're mad.

You have every right to be.

I know tonight

was supposed to be speciaI.

I mean, the wine, the garlic chicken,

which is my favourite,

scalloped potatoes, the peas...

The peas. Even though I hate peas.

They're good for me

and that shows me that you care, honey.

I know I'm three hours late.

I am. And, uh...

- Well, what can I say?

- Hi.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- This is Chad, Mike.

- Chad?

- Yes, Chad.

- A friend from work. Works for Pan Am.

- Uh-huh.

One of those, uh,

baggage-handler kinda guys?

No, more like

one of those pilot kinda guys.

Honey, you're a book editor.

How did you meet smilin' Jack here?

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