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Help with a movie quote

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Half asleep the other night and was watching the Bad News Bears - apparently there is an old and a new one? I don't know which one it was but the coach, Buttermaker, made a comment to one of the kids to the effect that his dad should be neutered so that he could never again pollute/infest the world.....I'm curious to what the exact wording was because I about busted a gut laughing.

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I tried to do a quote search for ya but can't find anything to that extent, some other good quotes tho from the movies, I am gonna have to check it out sometime

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i know what your talking about but couldnt find it heres a pretty good one from that movie.....[telling the kid's about the protective cups they have to wear] Also, you'll want to write your names on them because that's how you get Crabs. And trust me, you don't want to spend your Sunday afternoon picking through your pumpkin patch with a little comb

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They both have to be from the second one. Billy Bob put a little of his Bad Santa persona into it. In the first one Matthau really wasn't all that mouthy, he just loved to drink his beer

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it could have also been from the movie "Beer League" with Artie Lang.... There is a scene where the old coach tells artie "I wish I was 30 years younger", and Artie replies "yeah i know so you could kick my butt" and the old coach replies "No, so I could borrow your parents the 100 bucks they needed for an abortion!" This is a hilarious movie if you ever have played beer league softball in your life.

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It wasn't from Beer League but I might have to watch that one!

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