Driving Mr. Leone/Script
Salvatore Leone: Well?
Toni Cipriani: Well what?
Salvatore Leone: Don't play dumb with me, kid. I was playing dumb when your mother was still turning tricks.
Toni Cipriani: What's your problem?
Salvatore Leone: I know what you've been saying about me. You think I'm an idiot? Huh? Is that what you think?
Toni Cipriani: Boss, I ain't been saying nothin' about you.
Salvatore Leone: What the fuck. I don't know what's happening to me. Jesus. I'm getting paranoid Toni. Really fucking paranoid. Just because I think everyone hates me doesn't mean that they don't, know what I mean? Someone is out to get me. It's that fucking mayor! He's gonna blame me for all the shit that's been going down in the neighbourhood. All of it. Not just the shit I did but all of it. Come on, let's go take care of this.
(Salvatore and Toni exit Salvatore's mansion)
Salvatore Leone: Head towards the ferry terminal.
Toni Cipriani: But the strike's still on... there won't be any ferries.
Salvatore Leone: Just drive. I'll do the thinking.
(Salvatore and Toni arrive at the ferry terminal, which the police are crawling over)
Salvatore Leone: Jesus Christ! The cops are crawling all over this place! Get us the fuck out of here!
Toni Cipriani: Where we going?
Salvatore Leone: Callahan Bridge!
Toni Cipriani: Callahan Bridge ain't finished yet!
Salvatore Leone: We're both gonna be finished if you don't drive! Now move it!
(Toni drives from the ferry terminal and on to the Callahan Bridge)
Salvatore Leone: We're gonna need everything this piece of shit's got! Punch it Toni!
(Toni drives off the Callahan Bridge)
Salvatore Leone: OHHHHHHHHHHHHH! SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!
(The car lands on the other side of Callahan Bridge)
Salvatore Leone: Toni, you did it! I knew I could trust you! I could kiss you if you'd shaved! Now listen, I know a place where we can both lie low for a while. Come on let's go.
(Toni and Salvatore drive toward the location)
Radio Announcer: The industrial action that had cut off Portland from the rest of the city has finally come to an end. Or has it? Although all the Subway and Ferry routes are now officially open, militant workers are continuing with their blockade in parts of the city. The Elevator Bridge connecting Staunton Island and Shoreside Vale has been shut down. The strikers refuse to believe assurances made by city officials over the future of the ferries.
(Toni and Salvatore arrive at the safehouse)
Salvatore Leone: Yeah. This is the place. I'm gonna take a look around. See what's what. I might see you here later.
Post Mission phone call
Toni Cipriani: Yep?
Salvatore Leone: Toni? It's Sal. I need to talk. But I don't trust these cell phones for shit. I'll call you on the public phone outside the Court House.