Another air passenger tells New York City Cop John McClane, "It sounds crazy." (0:01)
Limousine driver Argyle asks John, referring to John’s wife, "She beat you up?" (0:06)
John's estranged wife Holly tells John, referring to Ellis, "He gets very depressed this time of year." (0:14)
Terrorist leader Hans Gruber tells the partiers, "... have no illusions." (0:40)
Deputy police chief Dwayne Robinson asks a patrolman, "Powell, has it occurred to you he could be one of the terrorists pulling your chain or some nutcase in there?" (1:04)
Gruber asks Holly, "What idiot put you in charge?" (1:05)
Powell tells Robinson, "Man, that's crazy."
Robinson: ”Probably some stockbroker got depressed.” (1:07)
Another policeman tells Robinson, "It's panic fire." (1:12)
Hans tells another terrorist, "You idiot, it's not the police." (1:16)
Ellis snorts cocaine. (1:19)
By radio, Robinson tels Gruber, "This is crazy." (1:27)
Dr. Hasseldorf tells television news reporter Gail Wallens, "... by this time the hostages should be going through the early stages of the Helsinki syndrome."
”Basically, it's when the hostages and the terrorists go through a sort of psychological transference and a projection of dependency.” (1:28)
Holly tells a co-worker, "Only John can drive somebody that crazy." (1:38)
Robinson tells an FBI agent, "Johnson, that's crazy."
By radio a utility supervisor asks an electrician, ”Are you crazy?” (1:42)