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


The honorable Allen D.

and the former Mrs. Eastern.

The honorable

William and Mrs. Breslow.

The honorable Nelson

and Mrs. Winnie Mandela.

Ladies and gentlemen, the President

of the United States and Mrs. Bush.

Here's everybody on the list, Barb.

Everybody's here.

Hi, Peter. They let you

out of the office early today.

Jack, glad you could make it.

Hi. Get rid of the beard.

I don't like that, too liberal.

Hi, Frank. Trudy.

Hi, Peter. Glad you could make it.

I like your suit.

Everybody's here.


Thank you very much. Dr. Meinheimer,

I'm glad you could make it.

I'm looking forward to

hearing your speech.

I'm sure it's a wonderful,

well thought-out piece of work.

Ah, here she is. Dear.

Have you met Dr. Meinheimer formally?

Thank you.

Great Lady down!

Repeat, Great Lady down!

- What happened?

- Easy, watch the table!


- How are you, dear?

- I'm OK, I'm fine.

Good. Please be seated.

Welcome. I'm glad you could all come.

I'm pleased that we have so many

distinguished guests tonight.

This week we are celebrating

Law Enforcement Week

all across the country.

So I'd like to turn the proceedings over

to our own

Washington DC Police Commissioner,

Captain Annabelle Brumford.

I would like to introduce

a most distinguished American.

This week he is being honored

for his 1,000th drug dealer killed.

Please welcome Lieutenant

Frank Drebin of Police Squad.

In all honesty,

the last two I backed over with my car.

Luckily, they were drug dealers.

- Good.

- Excellent!

Thank you, Commissioner Brumford.

Now I'd like to call on my Chief of Staff,

Mr. John Sununu,

to introduce some special guests.

Thank you. Mr. President, tonight I'm

extremely proud to welcome

our guests

from the nation's energy suppliers.

First, representing the oil industry,

head of the Society of Petroleum Industry

Leaders, better known as SPIL,

Mr. Terence Baggett.

From the coal industry, Chairman of

the Society for More Coal Energy,


Mr. Donald Fenzwick.

Thank you.

From the nuclear industry,

President of the Key Atomic

Benefits Office Of Mankind, KABOOM,

Mr. Arthur Dunwell.

As you know, for the past three years,

this administration has been trying to

formulate a National Energy Policy

that will have a lasting impact

on the way we live

for the next decade and beyond.

To make sure

that we choose the right path,

the President has appointed

as his top advisor in this area,

Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer.

As I'm sure you're aware,

his reputation in this field is without peer,

and Dr. Meinheimer

will present his recommendations

to the Annual National Press Club

Dinner this Tuesday evening.

Mr. President.

I want all of you here

to be the first to know

that I've decided to base my

administration's entire energy policy

on Dr. Meinheimer's recommendations.

This issue is too important to be left to

politicians or special interests to decide.

We need an independent and informed

source on which to base future actions,

and Dr. Meinheimer

is the recognized expert in this field.

Mr. President, if I may say so,

I do hope that Dr. Meinheimer

won't be influenced...

...influenced by any of the so-called

environmental groups.

Well, we're all aware of

Dr. Meinheimer's reputation.

He is best qualified

to explain his research methods.

- Dr. Meinheimer.

- Great Lady down again.

This happens every f***ing time

when I go shopping!

- Jane...

- Dr. Meinheimer.

- You're back early.

- And you're here late.

Surely, a lovely woman like you

can think of something better to do

on a Saturday night?

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