Look at him. That's my brother, Goddamn it.
You go, we go.
You got anything else you want to say about my brother?
[To Brian] Run, damn you!
One case of scotch, Brian? Man, you're getting cheap in your old age,
Your Dad died saving my life and these people were killing firemen for Money!
You know, when I learned that both McCaffrey brothers would be assigned at the same station together at the same time, my heart was filled with... a sudden desire to transfer. So raise a glass, gents. To funny-looking Tim, and the McCaffrey brothers, who have gotten on each other's nerves and still managed after all these years to still be pissed off at each other.
You had to do it, didn't you? Had to be myth man again, taking on another fire bare-handed instead of protecting your probie?
I had that fire! He just wouldn't listen to me!
He's a candidate! Your responsibility! You shouldn't have had him up there in the first place! You burned him, Stephen!
Don't you walk away from me!
Who's your brother Brian?
You are Stephen.
Hey, Axe, you know this rug rat?
Know him? I practically raised him. He never calls. He never writes.
[introducing himself] I'm Brian.
Yeah, it's jumping floors, Lieutenant!
Well, where's the second-in companies, huh?
Sorry, man, John Wayne time. You're on your own, boss.
How are we supposed to know if the floor is on fire in one of these?
When the doors open, if it's hot, don't get out.
I sent away for the copy of Life magazine. The one with your picture on the front. It's a collectible.
Who's doing this, Ronald?
Wrong question. Who isn't? It's not a spark because there's not enough damage. He wouldn't have had any fun. It's not an insurance scam because there isn't any profit.