Ray Arnold: (trying to bring the system back on-line) Access main program. Access main security. Access main program grid.
(the computer denies him finally saying, "You didn`t say the magic word!")
Dennis Nedry: (on computer) Uh uh uh! You didn`t say the magic word! Uh uh uh!
Ray Arnold: Please! God damn it! I hate this hacker crap!
(Sattler and Muldoon see that the raptors escaped)
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Oh, God. Oh, God.
Muldoon: The shut down must`ve turned off all the fences. Damn it, even Nedry knew better than to mess with the raptor fences.
Lex: (Grant and the kids are climbing the perimeter fence) Hey Timmy, I bet I can reach the top and get down the other side before you can even make it to the top.
Tim: What would you give me?
Ray Arnold: Whoa, whoa, whoa, fences are failing all over the place!
John Hammond: Find Nedry! Check the vending machines!
Lex: What if the dinosaurs come back while we`re all asleep?
Dr. Alan Grant: Hmm. I`ll stay awake.
Lex: All night?
Dr. Alan Grant: (reassuringly) All night.
(taking over Dennis Nedry`s terminal, he finds lots of junk food wrappers)
Ray Arnold: Look at this work station!
(pushes the trash on the floor)
Ray Arnold: What a complete slob!
Muldoon: (with alarm) The raptor fences aren`t out, are they?
Ray Arnold: No, no. They`re still on.
John Hammond: Why the hell would he turn the other one`s off?
Dennis Nedry: (setting his plan in motion) Anyone want anything to eat or drink?
Dennis Nedry: (off everyone`s look) You know I figured that I was going to stop by the snack machines, since I had just something salty and i thought i would get something sweet and since I was up there... you know?
Dennis Nedry: (no one says anything) Oh, ah... I finished debugging the programs but there were some errors. So for the next 10-15 minutes some power might shut down, but its only temporary, nothing to worry about.
Dennis Nedry: (after still no one answers, he puts one hand on his watch and another on the mouse. He moves the pointer to a "start" button and just as he clicks it he also clicks his watch. A 60-second countdown timer starts ticking down in-sync to the one on his watch)
Lex: What are you and Ellie gonna do now if you don`t have to pick up dinosaur bones anymore?
Dr. Alan Grant: I don`t know. I guess... I guess we`ll just have to evolve too.
John Hammond: You`ll have to get used to Dr. Malcolm, he suffers from a deplorable excess of personality.
Donald Gennaro: Is that... auto-erotica?
Tim: That means they only eat vegetables, but for you, I think they`d make an exception.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: If there is one thing the history of evolution has taught us it`s that life will not be contained. Life breaks free, expands to new territory, and crashes through barriers, painfully, maybe even dangerously.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: Don`t you see the danger, John, inherent in what you`re doing here? Genetic power is the most awesome force the planet`s ever witnessed, yet you wield it like a kid that`s found his dad`s gun.
Dr. Alan Grant: Mr. Hammond, the phones are working.
John Hammond: My grandchildren?
Dr. Alan Grant: We`re fine. Call the mainland. Tell them to send the damned helicopter."
Dr. Ellie Sattler: (referring to `raptor) He`s gonna come through the glass!
Dr. Alan Grant: (gun shots)
John Hammond: (hears gun shots in phone receiver) Grant? GRAAAAANT?
Tim: Look at all the blood!
Dennis Nedry: (scrambling on the ground) My glasses...
Dennis Nedry: I can afford more glasses!
(Dr. Grant gets back in the car after checking with the other car for a working radio)
Dr. Alan Grant: Their radio is out too. Gennarro said to stay put.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: The kids OK?
Dr. Alan Grant: I didn`t ask. Why wouldn`t they be?
Dr. Ian Malcolm: Kids get scared.
Dr. Alan Grant: What`s to be scared about? It`s just a little hiccup in the power...
Dr. Ian Malcolm: I didn`t say I was scared.
Dr. Alan Grant: I didn`t say you were scared.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: I know.
Donald Gennaro: I had to promise to conduct a thorough on-site inspection.
Juanito Rostagno: Hammond hates inspections. They slow everything down.
Donald Gennaro: Juanito, they`ll pull the funding. That`ll slow him down even more.
Dr. Alan Grant: Dilophosaurus!
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Oh, sh*t!
Dennis Nedry: (on computer) unh-unh-uh, you didn`t say the magic word.
Ray Arnold: PLEASE! GODAMMIT! I hate this hacker crap!
Tim: (after the tour car falls on them at the bottom of the tree) Well... we`re back... in the car again.
Dr. Alan Grant: Well, as least you`re out of the tree.
Dr. Alan Grant: (sees Ian trying to distract the T-Rex) Ian, freeze!
Dr. Ian Malcolm: (starts running with the T-Rex in pursuit) Go get the kids!
Dr. Alan Grant: Get rid of the flare!
Dr. Alan Grant: (holding a newly-hatched Dinosaur in his hands) What species is this?
Henry Wu: It`s uh, a velociraptor.
Dr. Alan Grant: (in disbelief) You bred raptors?
Donald Gennaro: (after seeing the Brachiosaur) We`re gonna make a fortune with this place.
(Grant sees a group of Dinosaurs drinking at the edge of a lake)
Dr. Alan Grant: They`re moving in herds. They do move in herds.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: (Ian Malcolm leans to face camera in electric tour car when the T-Rex doesn`t appear) Now eventually you might have dinosaurs on your, on your dinosaur tour, right? Hello?
Dr. Ian Malcolm: (he taps the camera lens and breathes on it) Yes?
John Hammond: (John Hammond watches the camera feed with his face in his hands) I really do hate that man.
Dennis Nedry: Don`t get cheap on me, Dodgson. That was Hammond`s mistake.
John Hammond: Dennis, our lives are in your hands and you`ve got butterfingers?
(Upon entering through the gigantic park gates)
Dr. Ian Malcolm: What`ve they got in there, King Kong?
Dr. Ian Malcolm: What is so great about discovery? It is a violent, penetrative act that scars what it explores. What you call discovery, I call the r*pe of the natural world.
Tim: I hate trees.
Lex: They don`t bother me.
Tim: Ya, well, you weren`t in the last one.
John Hammond: I don`t blame people for their mistakes, but I do ask that they pay for them.
Dennis Nedry: Thanks, Dad.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Doctor Grant`s not machine compatible.
John Hammond: Condors! Condors are on the verge of extinction. If I was to create a flock of condors on this island, you wouldn`t have anything to say!
Dr. Ian Malcolm: No hold on, this is not some species that was obliterated by deforestation, or the building of a dam. Dinosaurs, uh, *had* their shot, and nature *selected* them for extinction!
Dr. Ian Malcolm: I love kids! Anything at all *can* and *does* happen... Same with wives, for that matter...
Dr. Ian Malcolm: You did it. You crazy son of a b*tch you did it.
(Tim pops up wearing a pair of night vision goggles)
Donald Gennaro: Hey, where`d you find that?
Tim: In a box under my seat.
Donald Gennaro: Are they heavy?
Donald Gennaro: Then they`re expensive, put `em back.
(All of a sudden their electric car stops)
Dr. Alan Grant: What did I touch?
Dr. Ian Malcolm: You didn`t touch anything. We stopped.
Tim: What do you call a blind dinosaur?
Dr. Alan Grant: I don`t know.
Tim: A Do-you-think-he-saurus.
Dr. Alan Grant: Ha ha. Good one.
Tim: What do you call a blind dinosaur`s dog?
Dr. Alan Grant: You got me.
Tim: A Do-you-think-he-saurus Rex.
Lex: He`s gonna eat the goat?
Donald Gennaro: What`s the matter, kid? Ever have lamb chops?
Lex: I happen to be a vegetarian.
Dr. Alan Grant: (seeing the Brachiosaur for the first time) Uh... it`s... it`s a dinosaur!
Muldoon: What about the lysine contingency? We could put that into effect!
Dr. Ellie Sattler: What`s that?
John Hammond: It is absolutely out of the question.
Ray Arnold: The lysine contingency - it`s intended to prevent the spread of the animals is case they ever got off the island. Dr. Wu inserted a gene that makes a single faulty enzyme in protein metabolism. The animals can`t manufacture the amino acid lysine. Unless they`re continually supplied with lysine by us, they`ll slip into a coma and die.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: How could we cut off the lysine?
Ray Arnold: No real trick to it. Just stop running the program, leaving them unattended.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: How long before they become comatose?
Ray Arnold: It would be totally painless - they`d just slip into unconsciousness and die.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: How long until they slip into unconsciousness?
Ray Arnold: Hmm... seven days, more or less.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Seven days? Seven days? Oh, that`s great. Clever!
Dr. Ian Malcolm: That`ll be a first - man and dinosaur all die together. John`s plan.
John Hammond: People. Are. Dying! Mr. Arnold, will you please shut down the system.
Ray Arnold: OK, but... you asked for it. Hold on to your butts!
(switches the mainframe off)
Ray Arnold: Hold on to your butts.
(Just before he gets attacked by a raptor)
Muldoon: Clever girl.
Muldoon: Shoot her! Shoot her!
Muldoon: They should all be destroyed.
Volunteer Boy: (on the Velociraptor skeleton on the computer screen) That`s not very scary. More like a six-foot Turkey.
Dr. Alan Grant: Try to imagine yourself in the Cretaceous Period. You get your first look at this "six foot turkey" as you enter a clearing. He moves like a bird, lightly, bobbing his head. And you keep still because you think that maybe his visual acuity is based on movement like T-Rex - he`ll lose you if you don`t move. But no, not Velociraptor. You stare at him, and he just stares right back. And that`s when the attack comes. Not from the front, but from the side,
(makes `whoshing` sound)
Dr. Alan Grant: from the other two `raptors you didn`t even know were there. Because Velociraptor`s a pack hunter, you see, he uses coordinated attack patterns and he is out in force today. And he slashes at you with this... a six-inch retractable claw, like a razor, on the the middle toe. He doesn`t bother to bite your jugular like a lion, say... no no. He slashes at you here... or here... or maybe across the belly, spilling your intestines. The point is... you are alive when they start to eat you. So you know... try to show a little respect.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: But again, how do you know they`re all female? Does someone go into the park and, uh... lift up the dinosaurs` skirts?
Henry Wu: No, we control their chromosomes. It`s really not that difficult. It just takes an extra chromosome developed at the right hormonal stage to make them male. We simply deny them that.
Dr. Alan Grant: Kids! You want to have one of those?
Dr. Ellie Sattler: I don`t want that kid, but a breed of child Dr. Grant could be intriguing. I mean, what`s so wrong with kids?
Dr. Alan Grant: Oh, Ellie, look, they`re noisy, they`re messy, they`re expensive.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Cheap... cheap...
Dr. Alan Grant: They smell.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: They do not smell.
Dr. Alan Grant: Some of them smell.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Oh, give me a break!
Dr. Alan Grant: Babies smell!