O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000): Picking Up Tommy

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The clip picking up Tommy from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) with George Clooney, Tim Blake Nelson For...
The clip picking up Tommy from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) with George Clooney, Tim Blake Nelson For Him, not for the law. I'm surprised. I gave you credit for more brains than Delmar. But there were witnesses seen us redeemed. That's not the issue, Delmar. Even if it did put you square with the Lord, the state of Mississippi's a little more hard-nosed. You shoulda joined us, Everett. It couldn'a hurt none. Hell, at least it woulda washed away the stink of that pomade. Joining you fools in a ridiculous superstition? Thank you, anyway. And I like the smell of my hair treatment, the pleasin' odour's half the point. Baptism. You two are dumber than a bag of hammers. Well, I guess you're just my cross to bear. Pull over, Everett. Let's give that coloured boy a lift. You folks going past Tishomingo? Sure, hop in. How you doin', son? Name's Everett. These two soggy sons of bitches are Pete and Delmar. Keep your fingers away from Pete's mouth, he ain't eaten for 13 years, 'cept prison food, gopher, and a little greasy horse. Thanks for the lift, sir. My name's Tommy. Tommy Johnson. How you doin', Tommy? Say, I haven't seen a house out here for miles. What are you doing out in the middle of nowhere? Well I had to be at that there crossroads last midnight. Sell my soul to the Devil. Ain't it a small world, spiritually speakin'? Pete and Delmar have just been baptized and saved. I guess I'm the only one that remains unaffiliated. This ain't no laughin' matter, Everett. What'd the Devil give you for your soul, Tommy? Well, he taught me to play this here guitar real good. Oh, son, for that you traded your everlasting soul? Well, I wasn't usin' it. I've always wondered, what's the Devil look like? Well, of course there are all manner of lesser imps and demons, Pete, but the great Satan himself is red and scaly with a bifurcated tail, and carries a hayfork.