Johnny "Drama" Chase
Turtle's black beanie is an Under Armor brand, a company founded in 1996 by former University of Maryland football player Kevin Plank. This underground label is particularly used by US and allied special forces soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
When Eric is talking with Harvey Weingard in the bathroom in the beginning, the burnt part of Harvey's cigarette keeps growing and shrinking throughout the shots. At one part it even falls of, returning in the next shot.
Billy: There's my guy...
Vince: Hey, Billy. What's up?
Billy: I hope this thing doesn't suck...
Vince: Since when do you worry?
Billy: I had a dream last night. People hated it. They tormented me into pieces. (Pause) I shaved my head.. I'm a fucking mess.
Shauna: I am sure it's great. You shown it to anybody?
Billy: Me, my editor and my mother.
Shauna: What did your mother think?
Billy: She thought it was garbage. But she's a fucking moron.
Ari: Mr. Walsh...
Billy: Fuck off, super suit. I do not talk to people like you before...
Ari: (about shooting in Australia) We're going to get drunk with Russell Crowe, we're going to headbutt some God-damn kangaroos.
Ari: You don't come to Sundance for the snow. You come for the heat.
Eric: Guess who's breaking bread at 2:50?
Vince: Who eats at 2:50?
Eric: Harvey Wiengard.
Shauna: Oh...Harvey's a prick to work for, but he's a genius. Everything he touches turns to Oscar gold.
Vince: You're the man, E.
Harvey: Tell me something - managers, agents, what the hell is the difference between you guys.
Eric: Managers are the one's who care.
Drama: (to Cassie) It's all a matter of preference. Do you prefer tall, lean and handsome or, uh, (waves over at Turtle) short, fat and ugly?
Turtle: Haha, you know what? He's right. I mean, do you want somebody who's cute, funny and cuddly? Or somebody's who's bitter, out of work and losing his hair by the minute?
Drama: I'm not losing my hair.
Turtle: Yeah, you are.
Turtle: I know everything about the Sudan. For example, it's in Northern Africa, population 38 million, give or take a few, their currency is the dinar and their major exports are oil, petroleum products and ground nuts.
Cassie: Wow, Turtle. It's great you have this intellectual curiosity for the Sudanese.
Turtle: I'm a humanitarian at heart especially when it comes to indigenouse cultures.
Drama: Yeah, I'm curious too. How the f*ck did you know all that?
Turtle: I "googled" it, motherf*cker. Keep up.
Drama: No, this is a question (pauses) in two parts. Are you interested in seeing any films while you're here, Alejandro? And would you ever consider an American with some Chilean blood in him for the part of Raoul in "The Bull Fighter"?
Alejandro: I would consider anyone who would bring truth to the role.
Drama: (jumps in immediately) Good, 'cause I'm the sixth lead in "Queens Boulevard," and I would be delighted if you would be my guest.
Eric: First of all, we're boarding, not skiing. Second of all, you guys have been on boards twice and one of those times was in the store when we were testing them out.
Vince: Uh-oh, sounds like a challenge. Tell you what, I'll put up a G for the first man down the hill, unless of course I win, in which case you all have to walk home barefoot.
Drama and Turtle: I'm in.
Eric: What's Sundance without the spirit of competition? I'm in.
Drama: Take it all in. Your first film festival only happens once, Vince. I let my first one pass me by. Barely remember a thing.
Turtle: What was that festival again, Drama? 'Cause we barely remember it either.
Drama: Palm Springs International '93. I was the toast of the town. I thought I told you guys about this?
Drama: By tomorrow night, she'll be a memory...so what do you want to do?
Turtle: I want the memory.
Drama: So do I.
Turtle: F-ck you.
Drama: F-ck me? F-ck you!
Turtle: "Why don't you go after a Mormon, Drama? They're all over the place here and, and besides, everyone knows they know how to treat their men right. They're like Catholic girls times a hundred."
Ari: We're gonna get drunk with Russell Crowe. We're gonna head-butt some ****in' kangaroos.
Concessions Girl: Was the sinking of the ship an attempt to foreshadow the forthcoming sinking of the tech market of 2000?
James Cameron: Uh, no. Actually,I just wanted to make little girls cry.
Turtle: We accidentally "crossed swords."
Vince: Were there any women there at least?
Turtle: Yeah, dick, it was a threesome, okay? It's no biggie…crossing is an occupational hazard.
Ari: You don't come to Sundance for the snow; you come for the heat.
Eric: This is your life. It's not mine to f**k around with.
Vince: This is our life. Don't forget that, alright? I need you acting from your gut. That's why I have you here.
Eric: You think the night before a Mormon wedding a guy says "How am I going to sleep with the same eight women for the rest of my life?"
Drama: In Palm Springs I had a king size bed all to myself.
Eric: Yeah, he tried to bang a bunch of senior citizens but he's a non-closer.
Drama: Oh, you slay me E.
Harvey: Tell me something. Managers. Agents. What the hell's the difference between you guys?
Eric: Managers are the ones who care.
Harvey: That's good. I like that. You're not serious are you?
Julian Farino was nominated for the 2006 Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series for this episode.
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Title: The Sundance Kids
The title of this episode is half the title of the 1969 Oscar-winning film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, a story about two bank-robbers who flee to Bolivia when escaping the law.
Harvey Weingard is a spoof based on the actual big time Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. They are both big time Hollywood producers. And it's obvious they are making fun of Weinstein when Ari says that he does nothing but make Kevin Smith movies. Weinstein ran Miramax which produces all of Kevin Smith's movies.
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