- Hello.
- Hello, back, young feller. How are you?

Say, I hope you're not goir out
with those nuts, are you?

The Weetock boat's gotta move out first.
Y ou have to move out,
or he can't get out at all.

Don't raise sail, you're just gonna luff it.
Y ou got a paddle on the boat?

Officer, wait a second. Wait a second.
How many guys are you gonna put
in that boat?

Whatever's safe, right?
- Yeah, well that ain't safe.
- Watch it, that's dynamite.

- Where are you goir with that?
- I'm goir on the boat.

- Help me get those guys out of the boat.
- Sure.

Gentlemen, the officer asked me to tell you
that you're overloading that boat.

Go on, get out of here.
- Y ou ain't going. What do you care?
- Can you tell me...

...if there's a good restaurant
or hotel here?

Yeah, you walk straight ahead.
They're all gonna die.
Listen to me.
We've got some road block signs outside.

Y ou've got to get somebody to help us.
Yeah, get those road block signs
out on the highway.

Because we've got more people
down here than we can handle.

What are you doing?
These are your people. Go talk to them.

They aren't mine. They're from all over.
Y ou see the plates in the parking lot?
Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey...

I'm all by myself out there.
What happened to the extra help?

That's not until the Fourth of July.
Y ou know those guys
in that fan-tail launch out there?

None of them will get
out of the harbor alive.

That's what I'm saying. Y ou know
their names. Talk to those clowns.

- Everyone seems to be having a good time.
- Tell me about it. I'll get back to you.

Could you tell me
how I could find Chief Brody?

Who are you?
Matt Hooper.
I'm from the Oceanographic Institute.

For Christ sakes. Y ou're the guy we called.
I'm Brody.

- I'm glad to meet you.
- Me, too.

I know you got a lot
on your hands right now, but...