Denver 'Bull' Randleman
Capt. Lewis Nixon
T/Sgt. Donald Malarkey
2nd Lt. C. Carwood Lipton
1st Lt. Lynn "Buck" Compton
Joseph D Liebgott
Goof: The ground is soft when they are digging foxholes in the winter episodes, though it supposed to be frozen.
Carwood Lipton: (narrating) Fear is poison in combat. Something we all felt, but you just didn't show. You can't. It's destructive, and it's contagious.
Warren "Skip" Muck: (introducing a reinforcement by talking him through the wounds the Easy Company soldiers had) Even first Sergeant Lipton over there got hit! He got a couple of pieces of a tank shell burst in Carentan. One chunk in the face, another chunk almost took out his nuts.
Bill Guarnere: How are those nuts, Sarge?
Carwood Lipton: Doing fine, Bill. Nice of you to ask.
Carwood Lipton: (narrating) The morning after the shelling that killed Muck and Penkala, I saw a soldier trying to dig a foxhole with his bare hands. He didn't even notice that he'd torn off all his fingernails.
George Luz: (imitating Lt. Dike) Sgt. Lipton, you take care of things here and I'm gonna go for help. I got to go polish my oak leaf clusters.
(after Compton has a breakdown)
Carwood Lipton: I guess he just couldn't take seeing his friends Toye and Guarnere all torn up like that. And nobody thought any less of him for it.
Penkala: "Don't do anything stupid"? Who's he talking to? A bunch of morons who volunteered to jump out of a perfectly good airplane.
Carwood Lipton: (narrating) Lt. Dike wasn't a bad leader because he made bad decisions. He was a bad leader because he made no decisions.
Guarnere: Hey Joe. Good to see ya pal.
Toye: You too.
Guarnere: What the hell are you doing back here?
Toye: I had to make sure you were on top of things.
Guarnere: Yeah, we're on top of things. I even tied me own boots last week, all by meself. Hey fellas, look who I found.
Warren Muck: Hey, Joe Toye, back for more.
Nixon: Division has decided to pluck one officer from each regiment who served in the heroic defense of Bastone and send them back to the States on a thirty day furlough, get him out banging the drum for the war bond, that kinda thing. Turns out I've been plucked
Richard Winters: Hey, that's fantastic Lew, good for you.
Nixon: Thank you.
Richard Winters: But how does your leaving help me?
Nixon: Doesn't, I'm not going. I've already seen the States, I grew up there. That's why I came to Europe, just wish they told me a war was going on. Anyway, this thing is wasted on me, but I'm sure we could find an officer somewhere in this battalion that could use a long trip home.
Ronald Spiers: You wanna know if they're true or not. The stories about me? Did you ever notice with stories like that, everyone says they heard it from someone who was there. Then when you ask that person, they say they heard it from someone who was there. It's nothing new really. I bet if you went back two thousand years, you'd hear a couple centurions standing around yakking about how Tercius lopped off the heads of some Carthaginian prisoners.
Carwood Lipton: Well, maybe they kept talking about it because they never heard Tercius deny it.
Ronald Spiers: Maybe that's because Tercius knew there was some value to the men thinking he was the meanest, toughest sonofabitch in the whole Roman Legion.
Warren Muck: I swam the across the Niagara once.
Alex Penkala: Yeah?
Warren Muck: I swear. On a bet.
George Luz: What, in a barrel?
Warren Muck: No... God! I didn't go over the falls, George. I swam across the river. Ten miles up from the Falls. I tell ya that current is damn strong. It must have carried me at least two miles down stream before I made it across, but I got across. Now personally, I didn't think it was all that stupid. But my mom and my sister Ruth... they gave me all kinds of hell.
Alex Penkala: Well, they do have a point. You're an idiot
Lipton: (narrating as Captain Spiers runs across the battlefield) They didn't shoot, probably because they couldn't believe their eyes from what they saw. But the most amazing thing was, after he made contact with I company, he came back.
(Joe Toye and Bill Guarnere have both gotten their legs taken off by artillery)
Joe Toye: Jesus, what's a guy got to do to get killed around here?
Guarnere: Sarge, they really got ol' Guarnere this time. (Being loaded on a stretcher) Hey, Joe, I told you I'd beat you back to the States.
International Episode Titles:
Slovakia: Bod zlomu (Breaking Point)
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: November 9, 2001 on BBC 2
Germany: April 24, 2003 on Premiere 1
Denmark: June 26, 2006 on Kanal 5
Greece: December 6, 2007 on SKAI
Slovakia: October 21, 2009 on STV1
One-third of a million pounds of recycled paper were used to create the snow for the forest set – the largest ever used in a production.
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