INGLEWOOD, | CALIFORNIA, 1979
Not just toys, | but real ones, too.
while she hung clothes | on the line.
My mom always told me | that someday,
goin' someplace better.
Final boarding announcement
I'm sorry, sir.
Your dog is too big | to be on the plane.
You'll have to check him.
Wait. No. I usually | just put him in my bag.
He's not that big.
Those are the rules. | You'll have to check your dog.
Come on, man.
- Can I just please-- | - Russ.
I can't just...
Come on, Dre.
- Come on. | - Don't worry, sir.
- We'll take good care of him. | - Please do.
See you when I get off.
That's the sound of my gat
This is heat. | This album is fire.
Chicken or beef stroganoff?
Chicken, I'll have the chicken.
Thank you. | Excuse me.
I'm gonna have the chicken. | I like the way that smelled.
That was our last chicken.
I'm afraid | I just have stroganoff.
So why would you ask me | what I wanted?
What's in that?
That beef strogie. | That wasn't half bad.
It was good.
Almost got a little spit on you.
- Yes, you did. | - I'm sorry.
Are you all right, sir?
Where the bathroom?
- Straight down. | - Where?
Fire in the hole.
Come on! Hurry. | Get in there!
Damn! Oh, shit!
I got it. That's it. | No, it's not.
This is the captain speaking. | We hit some turbulence.
We ask that you | return to your seats.
We've turned on | the "fasten seatbelt" sign.
I didn't know | it was gonna be like that.
I can't get out! | My ass is stuck!
Come on. God, please, | I'm a Christian.
My ass is touchin' the shit.
I don't wanna die like this! | Stewardess!
What the f*ck?!
If I have to go on | every talk show in America,
y'all gonna pay!
Oprah, Ricki Lake, | Dr, Phil bitch!
106th and Park. | Showtime At The Apollo.
I swear, | they're gonna pay for this.
And that's what happened.
What exactly | is your occupation, Nashawn?
- I'm an entrepreneur. | - I see.
So I guess it's fair to say | you don't have a job.
No, I do--
Tell us about | some of your businesses.
Any of 'em | ever make any money?
- No. | - Exactly.
No further questions.
Wait! That's not fair.
Your Honor, | can I say something, please?
on next to nothin', | workin' for guys like you.
And I always knew that | I had to make my own way,
no matter what.
or a Fortune 500 | business, but...
My mom always told me
That's all I'm doin'.
Thank you, Your Honor.
Case number 077861.
Nashawn Wade | vs. Worldwide Airlines,
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