Where you going, Eds? If you lived here, you'd be home by now. Come join the clown, Eds. You'll float down here. We all float down here. Yes, we do!
[to Eddie] Tasty, tasty, beautiful fear!
This isn't real enough for you, Billy? I'm not real enough for you? It was real enough for Georgie!
[To Beverly, via speaker] Step right up, Beverly! Step right up! Got change? Come float! You'll laugh, you'll cry! You'll cheer, you'll die! Introducing Pennywise the Dancing Clown!
[to the Losers Club, about Bill] No! I'll take him! I'll take all of you! And I'll feast on your flesh as I feed on your fear... Or... you'll just leave us be. I will take him. Only him. And I will have my long rest, and you will all grow to live and thrive and lead happy lives, until old age takes you back to the weeds.
I can't believe I pulled the short straw. You guys are lucky we're not measuring dicks.
Can only virgins see this stuff? Is that why I'm not seeing this shit?
[to Ben] I'm glad I got to meet you before you died.
You know the Barrens aren't that bad. Who doesn't love splashing around in shitty water?
[to Bill] I told you, Bill. I fucking told you. I don't wanna die. It's your fault. You punched me in the face, you made me walk through shitty water, you dragged me into a fucking crackhead house... [grabs a nearby bat] and now I'm gonna have to kill this fucking clown.
[to Pennywise] Welcome to the Losers' Club, asshole!
It's summer! We're supposed to be having fun! This isn't fun, it's scary and disgusting.
Um- reflecting on what I just read [about the Torah.], I like what it says about indifference. Well, when you're a kid, you think the universe revolves around you, that you'll always be protected and cared for. That you'll always have the same friends as when you were 12. Then, one day, something bad happens and you realize that's not true. You wake up suddenly not caring about lives outside your own, nothing going on outside of your front door matters anymore. You separate yourself from anything that might matter to you. Neighbors, your family, your friends. But when you're alone as a kid, the monsters see you as weaker, and they start to come for you, and you don't even notice they're getting closer until it's too late. So they attack you before you find the truth about whats happening. If any of you opened your eyes, if you really cared, you would see what we're going through. I guess, indifference, is a part of growing up. Becoming an adult, isn't about being able to vote, or being able to drink, or drive. Becoming an adult, according to the holy scripture, in Derry, is learning not to give a shit.
Pennywise: [from inside a sewer grate] Hiya, Georgie! [pause] What a nice boat. Do you want it back?
Georgie: Um... Yes, please.
Pennywise: You look like a nice boy. I bet you have a lot of friends.
Georgie: Three... but my brother is my bestest.
Pennywise: Where's he?
Georgie: In bed. Sick.
Pennywise: I bet I can cheer him up! I'll give him a balloon. Do you want a balloon too, Georgie?
Georgie: I'm not supposed to take things from strangers.
Pennywise: Oh! Well, I'm Pennywise the Dancing Clown! "Pennywise?" "Yes?" "Meet Georgie. Georgie, meet Pennywise." [Georgie laughs] Now we aren't strangers. Are we?
Georgie: What are you doing in the sewer?
Pennywise: Oh, a storm blew me away. Blew the whole circus away. [chuckles] Can you smell the circus, Georgie? There's peanuts... cotton candy... hot dogs... and...?
Pennywise: Popcorn! Is that your favorite?
Pennywise: Mine, too! [laughs] Because they pop! Pop, pop! Pop, pop! Pop, pop, pop!
[they both laugh, then Pennywise glares/stares at Georgie evilly. Georgie starts to feel uneasy]
Georgie: Um... I should get going now.
Pennywise: Oh! W-Without your boat? You don't wanna lose it, Georgie. Bill is gonna kill you. Here. Take it. [pause] Take it, Georgie.
[as soon as Georgie starts to reach for the paper boat, Pennywise bites Georgie's right arm and rips it off. Georgie cries, screams, and attempts to crawl away while bleeding. Pennywise then grabs Georgie and drags him into the sewer]