Vernita Green: I fucked you up. I fucked you up bad, I wish to God that I hadn't, but I did. Be that as it may, I know I don't deserve your mercy or forgiveness, however, I beseech you for both on behalf of my daughter.
The Bride: Bitch, you can stop right there. Just because I have no intention of killing you before the eyes of your daughter does not mean that parading her around in front of me is gonna inspire sympathy. You and I have unfinished business, and not a goddam fuckin thing you've done in the subsequent four years, including getting knocked up, is gonna change that.
The Japanese phrase the chef tells the bride when handing her the food is used after a meal, not before the meal. See more...
The character Gogo was originally written as two characters: the twin Yubari sisters, Gogo and Yuki. Gogo had almost no lines and after her death at the hands of The Bride, Yuki would seek her out, only to be killed as well, in the "lost" chapter "Yuki's Revenge". All of Gogo's dialogue would have been spoken by Yuki. Tarantino references this lost character/scene in the first chapter of the movie; when The Bride is standing outside of Vernita Green's house, you can faintly hear an ice cream truck jingle. This was originally supposed to be Yuki, who stalked The Bride in an ice cream truck. See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Title||Kill Bill: Volume 1|
|Original entry||After O-Ren chops off Tanaka's head at the Yakuza boss meeting, the position of her hand holding the sword changes. At first she is holding it with an overhand grip, then when the blood shower from Tanaka's neck ends, she lowers the sword and is gripping it underhand.|