Vinny Gambini: [ Vinny and Lisa receive their breakfast orders, Vinny looks at his skeptically ] What’s this over here?

Vinny Gambini: [ Vinny and Lisa receive their breakfast orders, Vinny looks at his skeptically ] What’s this over here?

I love this!

Vinny Gambini: [ Trotter asks Vinny how he became a lawyer ] Well, I got a bullshit traffic ticket. I went to court, I got the cop on the stand, and I argued with him until he admitted he was wrong. And the judge, this Judge Malloy. All the while he’s laughing and smiling. And then afterwards, he asks me to go to lunch with him. Then he says to me, « you know what? You’d be a good litigator. » I didn’t know what the hell he was talking about, I don’t know what a litigator is. I never thought of becoming a lawyer. But this Judge Malloy, who’s from Brooklyn, too? He did it, so all of a sudden, it seemed possible. So I went to law school.

Bill: Right. Well, he did his act, and every time he made something disappear, Vinny jumped on him. I mean, he nailed him! It was like, « it’s in his pocket », or « he’s palming it », you know? Or, « there’s a mirror under the table. » I mean, he was like, he was like, « wait a second, wait a second, it’s joined in the middle, and there’s a spring around it, it pops it open when it’s inside the tube. » It was like Alakazam’s worst nightmare. Vinny was just being Vinny. He was just being the quintessential Gambini.

Mona Lisa Vito: You know, this could be a sign of things to come. You win all your cases, but with somebody else’s help, right? You win case after case, and then afterwards you have to go up to somebody and you have to say, « Thank you. »

Stan: Damn it, Vinnie! Maybe if you’d put up some kind of a fight, you could have gotten the case thrown out!

There is no way this is not going to trial!

Judge Chamberlain Haller: Mr. Gambini, the next words out of your mouth better be « guilty » or « not guilty. » I don’t want to hear commentary, argument, or opinion. I don’t want to hear any facts or evidence. If I hear anything other than « guilty » or « not guilty », you’ll be in contempt. I don’t even grindr da pc want to hear you clear your throat to speak. Now, how do your clients plead?

Judge Chamberlain Haller: No, I don’t think you do. Now you’re officially in contempt of court! Would you like to say something else and go for two counts of contempt of court?

Judge Chamberlain Haller: Thank you. Not guilty plea has been entered for the record. Probable cause hearing will begin tomorrow at noon. Bail for both defendants will be set at $200,000. Oh and bailiff, take Mr. Gambini into custody with them. and set his bail at $200 for one count of contempt of court.

Vincent Gambini: Okay, you’re helping. We’ll use your pictures. Ah! These *are* gonna be – you know, I’m sorry, these are going to be a help. I should have looked at these pictures before. I like this, uh, this is our first hotel room, right? That’ll intimidate Trotter. Here’s one of me from behind. And I didn’t think I could feel worse than I did a couple of seconds ago. Thank you. Ah, here’s a good one of the tire marks. Could we get any farther away? Where’d you shoot this, from up in a tree? What’s this over here? It’s dog shit. Dog shit! That’s great! Dog shit, what a clue! Why didn’t I think of that? Here’s one of me reading. Terrific. I should’ve asked you along time ago for these pictures. Holy shit, you got it, honey! You did it! The case cracker, me in the shower! Ha ha! That’s it!