Open Season (2006 film)

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This here is my home.

Open Season is a 2006 American computer-animated adventure comedy film about Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear, finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule reindeer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.

Directed by Roger Allers, Jill Culton. Written by Steve Bencich and Ron J. Friedman.


  • [Eating animal crackers while in the backseat of Gordy's truck and after singing his own version of "Teddy Bear's Picnic"] If you go out in the woods today there's gonna... be some fries. Yeah. And the giraffes, they taste almost exactly like the elephants. That's messed up.
  • [Stumbles into his garage and sees Dinkleman staring from his bed] Hey. What are you looking at? I told you not to wait up. [does a tired growl]
  • The Woo-Hoo bar. She's my milady. Smooth and creamy. So bad I shouldn't. Yet I will.
  • Behold. The Mighty… Grizzly! Goodnight. (he faints)
  • When I'm a bearskin rug, they can walk all over me. Until then, I ain't going down without a fight.
  • All right, fishies. Give it up for Boog.
  • Not this fall, baby. The fall after this fall.
  • I'm not working with this guy.
  • This here is my home.
  • Oh yeah. Don't mess with the Boogster.


  • [Singing to the tune of "The Teddy Bear's Picnic"] Once there was a o opens who lived in a rainbow tree/He lived downstairs from a flatulent troll who was constantly having to pee/One day, the elf could take no more/So he went and banged on the rude troll's door/And what do you know, they suddenly both were married.
  • [About the coffee he found in a dumpster] Yuck. Yuck! It's terrible and wonderful at the same time! It's like freedom in a cup!
  • [Wearing a games dispenser on his head] I come in peace.
  • [bounces on a bed] So soft. What is that? [bounces off]
  • Coming this fall.
  • Oh, got it. Coming not this fall.
  • Then you say it.


McSquizzy: [When Boog goes over to his tree and hits him with an acorn] Oy! You late for Sunday school, pal? This is McSquizzy's turf. Nobody messes with McSquizzy. Because that's me.
Boog: What?
McSquizzy: Touch a needle in this tree and I'll give you such a doing.
Boog: Yeah? You and what army?
[As McSquizzy whistles, several gray squirrels appear]
Gray Squirrels: Oy!
Boog: Oh, that army.
McSquizzy: Mess not with the Furry Tail Clan. Defenders of the good, crusaders of the righteous, guardians of the pine.
Boog: Keep your tree. I'll find another one.
McSquizzy: Look! He has a wee little freakish twin growing out of his back.

[squirrels laugh]

Boog: Oh, this one will work.
McSquizzy: Hey!
Boog: Ouch!
McSquizzy: That was a warning, all right?
Gray Squirrels: Oy!
McSquizzy: Try that again and I'll be kicking your furry brown bahookie.
Boog: What? Hey, this is a different tree.
McSquizzy: They're all my trees. I suggest you turn round and head right back from whence you came.
Boog: Well, that's what I'm trying to do. So just point me the way to town and I'll be out of here.

[squirrels laugh]

Boog: That's it! You're asking for a whupping.
McSquizzy: Ready! Fire!
Elliot: [Standing with his butt in the air, his antler stuck to the ground] Hey, Boog. Look. No hands. I think I'm getting a sunburn though. Check it out.
Boog: All right, where's town?
Elliot: Or what we would call a moonburn.
[Boog slaps Elliot on the butt]
Elliot: Ow! [Boog grabs him]
Boog: Look. Just give me the directions. I really need to get back.
Elliot: So sad.
Boog: Where is Timberline?!
Elliot: OK, OK. All right. So you got it pretty good in Timberline, right? Coffee, Woo-Hoo bars, safety.
Boog: Yeah, so?
Elliot: And still. Something is missing.
Boog: There is?
Elliot: Yep, me. And I want in, Boog. I'll take you to town, but when we get there, we're partners. Deal? Partner?

Maria the Skunk: What do you think you're doing on my house?
Boog: Is this your house? Oh, I... I didn't know....
Rosie the Skunk: It would probably be an improvement.
Maria the Skunk: What did you just say to me, Rosie?
Rosie the Skunk: Nothing. Why you got to be so sensitive?
Elliot: Boogster, what's the dealio?
Maria the Skunk: Watch your mouth or you're going to get yourself in a lot of trouble, girlfriend.
Rosie the Skunk: You're just jealous because you ain't got a man.
Boog: I don't know. Some kind of chick fight.
Maria the Skunk: Let's go there, honey.
Boog: Elliot, what do I do?!
Elliot: Well, that's easy. You just got to mark your territory. Show them who's boss.
Boog: [nods] All right, ladies. I'm laying down the law. [Maria and Rosie stare]
Elliot: Unless, of course, they are skunks.
Boog: [They bellow gas at him] Disgusting!!! (he runs away)
(From the tree falls unconscious squirrel)
Elliot: Wow. (he looks at Giselle) Giselle.
Boog: [Boog runs to the river and washes himself with some water, then dries himself with some rabbits] Ridiculous! The woods is NO place for a bear!

Elliot: I'm a little light-headed. [his remaining antler cracks off]

[Boog is fighting with Elliot behind the curtains during his show; Boog's holding Elliot by his antler up to the wall]
Boog: You got me in enough trouble.
Elliot: Hey. I... You saved my life. That means that you are responsible for me.
Boog: What? Stop messing up my life.
Elliot: You needed to get out. You should thank me. [Crosses arms]
Boog: Thank you?
Elliot: [Now happy and smiling] You are welcome, buddy.
Boog: [lets go of Elliot's antler] Stop calling me that. [Points to the door] Now get out!
Elliot: [Runs to the closet] Need to hide. Need to hide!
Beth: (she looks back) Boog?

Beth: You are in big trouble, mister.
Boog: [to Beth] Shush. (passes out) Owwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!!
[Beth takes the green package of sugar out of Boog and gasps]
Beth: You know what sugar does to you, Boog. [closes Gordy's truck's back door] Straight to bed, now!
[Boog gets up and runs over to his garage. He hits the garage door loudly]
Beth: [sighs] I’m so sorry. It’s my fault. It won't happen again.
Gordy: What if he had hurt someone?
Beth: Gordy, please. We are talking about that Boog here.
Boog: Hey, what are you looking at? I told you not to wait up.
Beth: I'll take him back to the woods.
Gordy: It’s time to put him where he belongs.
Beth: No, no, no. He's not ready to go back yet. I mean, it's not my fault. I tried to teach him the basics. [Boog throws some things from the garage] I took him fishing, but he didn't want to get wet. [Boog slams the garage door] Gordy, please... [Boog babbles and slams the garage door again]
Boog: Boog is sorry. [begins to cry]
Gordy: Beth, you're not his mother.
Beth: I'm not mothering him.
[Boog taps on his garage window and waves at Beth]
Beth: Excuse me. GO TO BED, BOOG!!!
[Boog then vomits on the window]
[Beth sighs]
Beth: One more summer. That's all I am asking, one summer. Great, see? I can be reasonable. Thanks.
Gordy: You know something? The longer you wait, the harder it's gonna be for him to adapt.
Beth: Oh, I'm sure he'll... At least I think he'll...
Gordy: And the harder it's gonna be for you to let him go. [drives away] Good night, Beth.
Beth: [she walks quietly. She opens the garage door. Next, she approaches Boog.] What am I gonna do with you?

Shaw: If I don't stop them, it will be a total reversal of the natural order. They laugh at old Shaw, but you'll see. The truth will be revealed.
Bobbie: Oh. We know exactly what you mean.
Shaw: You do?
Bobbie: We are scientists. Well, of sorts and we're trying to secure photografic documentation of real, live homo-sasquatchus.
Shaw: Homo-say-what-us?
Bobbie: We're looking for Bigfoot.
Shaw: Huh? Bigfoot? Oh. I didn't realize I was talking to a couple of wack jobs. [referring to Mr. Weenie] Don't trust him. Pets are double agents. The moment you turn your back, he'll shiv you. (he begins to leave)
Bobbie: Oh, no, he can't. We had him fixed.

(Shaw opens the door)
Boog: (gasps) Oh, no.
Shaw: [enters the shack] Deers, skunks, beavers.
Boog: (horrified) I got to hide.


Shaw: That bear’s turned them all! [he lights the fireplace] Here you go, Lorraine. There. You get good and dry. Come morning, we got a rebellion to crush. And then I'm going to take back, what's mine.
Boog: (whispering) Elliot.

[Shaw chuckles]

Shaw: (he opens the fridge) Huh? Someone's been eating my candy.
(Boog hides under the table)
Shaw: [he sees his overturned chair] Huh? Somebody has been sitting in my chair! [sniffs, looks at the toilet. He goes to toilet door.] Somebody forgotta flush!

Boog: [After waking up in the forest face-to-face with a flower] Pretty. Oh, man.

Elliot: You know, I've been thinking, we should have a secret handshake and like nicknames, though. I’ll call you Boogster and then you can call me The Incredible Mr. E. Isn’t that great? I came up with that myself. I made that up. You know, this is gonna be awesome. It's just you and me. Hey, who's the lady in the shorts?

Bobbie: Isn't it peaceful out here, Bob? You're right, Bob. Let's not spoil the beauty of this moment with idle chatter. Some people can just jibber-jabber till the cows come home. What does that mean, Bob? Till the cows come home. Where have the cows been?

Reilly: OK, ladies. This dam ain't going to build itself. Lift that birch. Swing those pines over here. Come on. Move it! (whistles) Yo, O'Toole!
O'Toole: Yeah, boss?
Reilly: I want you to cantilever that cedar on a bias down by the north end, you got that?!
O'Toole: Huh?
Reilly: Put a twig in the hole.
O'Toole: Oh.
Reilly: Rookie. [whistles] Take five for lunch!

Elliot: Ian's right, I'm a loser.
Boog: No, you're not a loser.
Elliot: Yes, I am.
Boog: No, you're not.
Elliot: Yes.
Boog: No.
Elliot: Trust me. You know the day I met you, Ian kicked me out of the herd. I lost my antler, I got run over, and tied to the hood of a truck. What do you call that?
Boog: Uh, a loser. But check this out. Behold, the mighty grizzly! I look like a bear, I talk like a bear. But I can't fish, I can't climb a tree, I can't even go in the woods.
Elliot: That's nothing. Half doe, half buck! I'm a duck!
Boog: I ride a unicycle for crackers!
Elliot: I have a glass eye.
Boog: I can't snap.
Elliot: I thought log was a colour.
Boog: I can't see my feet.
Elliot: I killed a man.
[both laugh]
Elliot: [sighs] Well, at least you've got a home.
Boog: Home. Yeah. I sure hope so.

Elliot: [Stuck in the ground] Okay, righty tighty.
[He turns right]
Elliot: Lefty loosey.
[He turns left]

[Explaining the woods to Boog]
Elliot: OK. Forest 101. (Boog sneezes) These big wood stick things are called trees. The big rocks are called mountains, and the little rocks are their babies. (he climbs)
Boog: [groaning, panting] Altitude. No jelly arm, no jelly arm. Come on. [shouts] Elliot!
Elliot: Boogster, it's.... How many times must I say it? I am the Incredible Mister E.
Boog: Elliot, please. [he shouts, falling from the rocks]
Elliot: Look. If you don't use the code names… how am I supposed to know that it's really you that I'm talking to?

[Repeated line]
Buddy: Buddy.

Shaw: How far does this conspiracy go? How many animals are involved? God bless America! I hope the bald eagle hasn't turned! No, no, no. Maybe they're right. [chuckles] Maybe... Maybe old Shaw is crazy.

Reilly: Um, what do you got?
O'Toole: Wood. What do you got?
Reilly: Wood. You want to trade? [he gasps silently] Hey, hey, guys. Check it out. There goes the largest carnivore in North America. The mighty grizzly.
Elliot: And he's a good dancer. We're going to be in a show.
[Beavers laugh]
Boog: [grabs Elliot's antler] Come here!
Elliot: Ow, ow, ow. Hey, that's my good antler.
Boog: (drops Elliot) Listen, simple. We are not we. It's just me and we ain't doing no show.
Elliot: Huh. Diva.
Boog: What?!
Elliot: I understand what's going on here. You're a little crabby, because you're hungry.
Boog: I, I…
Elliot: Hmm? Hmm? I think yes.
Boog: [sobs] I'm starving!

McSquizzy: Aww. Mr. Happy didn't go off.
Boog: Hey, whoa. We're just supposed to run them into town.

[Boog wakes up to discover he's in the woods.]
Boog: AAAAAAAHHH!!!!!! [his scream echoes throughout the forest] Where's home?! It's gone! Someone stole it!
[Elliot comes out of the bag]
Elliot: Hey, could you keep it down? I'm trying to sleep here. [yawns in Boog's face; Boog shakes with fury]
Boog: You!
[Boog grabs Elliot's antler and walks over to a steep cliff]
Elliot: I didn't do it!
Boog: [holding Elliot over the cliff] Take a good look, Elliot. What do you see, Elliot? Something's missing. What is it, Elliot? What is it?!
Elliot: Wait... Don't tell me... I...
Elliot: Aww! I was just gonna say that!
Boog: My garage is missing! Breakfast, lunch and dinner are missing! My life is missing! And it's all… your... FAULT!
Elliot: What are you gonna do? [Boog lets go of his antler; he falls, but Boog quickly grabs him] AAAAAAHHHHH...! [Boog holds him up; Elliot realizes he wasn't falling; chuckles] You're funny. I thought "maybe, then I was like uh-uh and then..." [Boog throws him over his shoulder.]
Boog: This ain't happening. It's some kind of mistake. Think, Boog. She's mad.

Shaw: [after seeing Elliot walking around on two legs and drinking some coffee he found in a nearby dumpster] You? It walks like a man!
[Elliot screams in terror, as he began to flee]
Shaw: Hold still, you two-legged latte drinker.
Woman: [screams] Look out!
Gordy: [groans] Not again.

Elliot: [after seeing Boog's bowl with his name on it] Oh. I get it. You're like a pet. [chuckles]
Boog: I ain't nobody's pet.
Elliot: [holding Boog's bowl] Right.

Ian the Deer: Herd, circle formation!
[The herd instead make an oval shape]
Ian: You pinheads! That's an oval. More circle-y!
[The herd make a circle shape]
Ian: You got a lot of nerve coming back here.
Elliot: Why, thank you.
Ian: That was not a compliment. Maggot!
Giselle: Well, he was just going. Right, Elliot?
Elliot: Yeah, Ian. I had to stop by and say hello to some of my old pals. Bob, Kevin. Jurgen, how’s the knee?
Ian: I told you to leave the herd, and never, ever, ever...
Elliot: Never?
Ian: Never, ever, ever come back.
Elliot: Back? I'm not... I’m not back. Me and my best buddy are heading to town. Yeah. I sure I am going to miss you guys.
Ian: Off the upholstery! [tosses Elliot into the air]
Boog: [annoyed] Oh, what now?
[Elliot screams and falls unconscious to the ground]
Ian: So as I was saying, never, ever, ever... [Boog growls loudly] A bear! Bear. Bear. A bear.
Boog: Elliot, are you all right?
Elliot: [confused] Buttermilk biscuits.
Deer: Hey, Ian, get a load of this.
Boog: Hey, cut it out.
Ian: Oh, I've heard of you. You're that bear that got his butt thumped by a squirrel. Ooh.
Boog: It was... there was 20 of them. And they had nuts.
Elliot: Don't listen to him, Boog.
Ian: Boog? What is that short for? Booger?
[Ian and the herd laugh]
Deer: Ha! Booger!
Boog: Listen, you.
Ian: I'm all ears.
Boog: Well…
Elliot: Boog, let's go.
Ian: You two are perfect for each other. You're a loser and you're a loser-er. Herd, let's bound! Hey, Elliot. I think you lost something.
Giselle: Maybe it will grow back. Bye, Elliot.
Elliot: Yeah, see you.
Ian: See you later, backpack boy.
Boog: That's right, fool. You better run. Keep on prancing, you panty-waisted cow.

Gordy: Freeze!
Boog: [as Gordy is about to arrest him] Behold... The Mighty... Grizzly! Good night. [faints]

Boog: [helium voice] Hello, Idiot.
Elliot: [helium voice] That's Elliot.
[both laugh]

[as the wilds encounter Mr. Weenie]
Buddy: It's a pet.
Reilly: He's going to blow our cover.

[Weenie stops growling as Elliot gives him a smile]

Mr. Weenie the Dog: (sighs) I have been living a lie. [rips off his shirt] Please, take me with you.
Elliot: Wow.

Boog: All right, fishies, give it up for Boog!

Boog: What do you do?
Elliot: [when Boog asks where the toilets are in the forest] You know… …I can't remember. But listen. Don't look now, but I see a little bush with your name written all over it.
Boog: A bush? Are you serious?
Elliot: Go on. It's just like riding a bicycle. Only, you're crapping on it.
[Boog reluctantly goes over to the bush]
Elliot: Show us your "grrr" face, nature boy. Grrr!

Elliot: I call them Woo-Hoos. Like in, "Woo-hoo!"

Beth: [after seeing that Shaw has killed Elliot] Shaw. That guy really chaps my khakis. You wait here, Boog.
[Beth goes off to confront Shaw, while Boog waits in the truck]
Beth: Cuff him, Gordy.
Shaw: Oh, the Girl Scouts are here.
Beth: He's at it again.
Gordy: Shaw, hunting season doesn't start for three days. What are you doing with that buck on your hood?
Shaw: What? It ain't my fault. He ran right in front of my truck.
Gordy: Where? On the interstate?
[the scene cuts to a flashback where Shaw drives right in front of the deer who is eating grass and runs him over; the scene then cuts back to the present day]
Shaw: [chuckles] Sort of.
[Beth groans]

Shaw: Tree-hugger!
Beth: Knuckle dragger!
Shaw: Veggieburger!
Gordy: All right, all right. That's enough, you two.
Shaw: Listen, Girl Scout, they're dumb animals. I'm just respecting the natural order: man on top, animals on the bottom. But your bear… Now, now, your bear is special. He belongs somewhere in the middle. Between two slices of rye, smothered in gravy! [laughs]
Beth: You're a sick, sick, twisted puppy, Shaw.
Shaw: Um... Put me down for a box of Thin Mints, will you, sweetie? [laughs]
Beth: Six-toed gun monkey. Boog, come on. Let's get out of here.

Shaw: My buck!
[Elliot screams and jumps off Shaw's truck, smashing one of his headlights, breaking it]
Shaw: My truck! Why, you little...
Gordy: Shaw, no shooting in town.
Shaw: But, Gordy, Gord... That bear leaned over and untied my buck! Didn't you see that?!
Gordy: [chuckles] All I see is a busted headlight, Shaw. You've been living in the woods too long.
Shaw: [sighs] They can't tell me what I've seen, because only I know what I've seen.

[After Boog accidentally destroys the beaver dam, looks around at the animals, realizing what he's completely done.]
Reilly: You. [furiously glares at Boog] You did this!
[All the forest animals approach Boog with contempt]
Boog: What? What did I do?
Reilly: You dragged us down to the hunting grounds!
Maria the Skunk: Yeah! Where are we gonna hide?!
Serge the Duck: We're sitting ducks out there!
Buddy: And it is open season!
Elliot: [wades through the crowd quieting them] All right, all right. That's enough. Guys, it's not his fault.
Boog: Oh, you're right, Elliot. It's your fault!
Elliot: My fault?
Boog: Yeah. If it weren't for you, I’d be home right now! None of this would’ve ever happened! You said you knew the way back, but you lied!
Elliot: I... No. Okay. Okay, maybe... I thought if you hung out with me, then maybe you would like me.
Boog: Oh, man! I trusted you, Elliot!
Elliot: I'm sorry, Boog. I… We're still partners, right?
Boog: You know, Elliot? I'm better off alone. [Elliot slumps]
Buddy: What about us?
Animals: Yeah. Yeah, what about us?
Boog: "Us?" There's no us! You're not my problem. [to Elliot] And you? We're done.
[Boog turns away from the animals and begins to leave]
Elliot: But... Boog, wait.
Boog: Done. (he moves forward)

Boog: Oh, no, you won't. Now, when I'm a bearskin rug, they can walk all over me. But until that happens, I ain't going out without a fight.
Animals: What? Fight? What he did say?
Buddy: The F word?
Boog: That's right. If there's one thing you all have taught me. The woods is a messed-up, dangerous place. And you all are crazy. You've been kicking my butt for the last two days.
Animals: Yeah. Kind of did.
Serge: I didn't.
Buddy: Sorry.
Boog: So, let's do to them what you've been doing to me. Now, I say we give our guests the full outdoor experience.
Animals: Yeah.
McSquizzy: Hey!
Boog: Ouch!
McSquizzy: Is this a private fight or can anybody join? Because McSquizzy wants in. [The Furry Tail Clan appear]
The Furry Tail Clan: Oy!
Boog: Good. Because we'll need your nuts.
Elliot: And your acorns too.
Giselle: What's the plan, Boog?
Boog: Oh, we're going to run those yahoos back to town. Yeah, baby. When we get through with them, they won't ever come back.

Boog: (terrified) What was that?! (he looks at the beavers)
Beaver O'Toole: Hunters! What're they doing up here?!
Beaver Reilly: OK, boys. Take cover!
(beavers but Reilly jump into the water)
Elliot: Boog, we got to hide.
Boog: I'm outta here! (he storms off, trying to cross the dam)

Boog: Beth?
Beth: Boog?
[Beth laughs]
Beth: Oh, Boog.
Reilly: What’s he doing?
McSquizzy: Is he not gonna maul her?
Elliot: No. She's his mom. She's taking us home.

Beth: You are home. I'm so proud of you.
Elliot: So how are we both going to fit in the helicopter? She is coming back, right?
Boog: Who?
Elliot: The shorts lady. Boog?!
Boog: Hey, big guy.
Reilly: What's up, Tiny?
Boog: What's up?
Elliot: You said that we...
Maria: You're judging me?
Boog: How y’all doing?
Maria: Hey, Boog.
Rosie: Hi, Boog.
Maria: I know he is a duck. But he treats me like a lady.
Elliot: But she's...
Buddy: Hey, Buddy.
Boog: Hey, find me some food.
Elliot: Come on. What is our pickup time?
Boog: Elliot, we're staying here. This is our home. These are our people. This is where we reside.
Elliot: What? Are you insane? Where have you been for the last two days? This place is horrible. Horrible!
Ian: Hey, guys.
Boog: What's up, Ian?
Ian: Uh-oh. Ah, ah, ah. [grunts] Ow.
Boog: Come on, Elliot. It ain't that bad.
Elliot: She's at least gonna bring some Woo Hoo bars, right?
Boog: It's just the two of us, Elliot. Unless you plan on going back to your herd.
Elliot: What? And break up the team? Bros before does.
Boog: Yeah. Bros before does.
Giselle: Hello, Elliot.
Elliot: [chuckles] Catch ya later, Boog. [saw buzzing, tree creaking]
Boog: Aah!
Reilly: Ah-ha-ha!
McSquizzy: Hey! Get off my trees, you bucktoothed sporran! [Mr. Weenie's angry bark]
Boog: Wow! Feels like home, baby. [chuckles]


  • One Fur All & All Fur One.
  • The Season Is Changing.
  • Boyz 'N The Wood.
  • The Odd Are About To Get Even.
  • From Mild To Wild.


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