Louis Booker: Don't worry, Charlie. We'll get the money back, all right? He can't go far.
Charlie Carbone: It's a continent, Louis. He can go very far.
Louis Booker: I know it's a continent. I read the book.
Charlie Carbone: Did you happen to read the chapter on not putting your jacket on a wild animal?
Louis Booker: No, but I did read the chapter on how an aborigine can kill a white man with a twig. Do you want to see that one?
Charlie Carbone: I just got my ass kicked by a marsupial.
Charlie Carbone: On that fateful day twenty years ago, Louis Booker saved my life and I never forgot it. He wouldn't let me.
Charlie Carbone: I never saw it. Such a beautiful animal. It's the national symbol of Australia. And I killed it.
Charlie Carbone: My name is Carbone, which means skinny white boy with a gun.
Jessie: So it's safe to assume your not on vacation.
Louis Booker: No. Charlie's stepfather is a mobster back in New York, and he had us sent out here to deliver a package.
Jessie: Oh! And you got me in the middle of this?
Charlie Carbone: I am so sorry, Jessie. I never thought this would happen.
Jessie: And you lied to me.