The clip people believe what they read from Biloxi Blues (1988) with Corey Parker
What are we gonna do about this?
Don't say it, Wykowski. Just don't... don't... I don't have to say it.
All right, we all know who he's talking about.
You even wrote it down in your book, didn't you?
Yeah. I also wrote down that you're an animal.
If I'm right, then you should be in the cavalry with a saddle on your back. Yeah?
Hey, this is none of our business! Come on! Hey, come on!
Let's just let the army take care of this.
You trust him. You live with him every day.
You take showers with the guy. He turns out to be...
I'm sorry, Arnold. I swear to God I'm sorry I ever wrote it.
Actually, I'm rather enjoying it.
It sounds like an Agatha Christie story. Sodomy on the Orient Express.
Hey, Epstein, let's see if you'll be laughing at Leavenworth.
And he calls me a cretin.
I don't see what's such a big deal. A guy should be able to do what he wants to do,
just as long as he doesn't do it to me.
That's a mistake, Gene.
Once you start compromising your thoughts, you're a candidate for mediocrity.
There's nothin' we can do about it tonight. Let's hit the sack.
I learned a very important lesson that night.
People believe whatever they read.
Something magical happens once it's put down on paper.
They figure no one would have gone to the trouble of writing it down if it wasn't the truth.
Responsibility was my new watchword.