[quote]Okay, so we between all of us we have pretty much all the colors. Ã‚Â So what are the quotes for each color? Ã‚Â What’s the profile? Ã‚Â I’ll start with Mr. Pink:
Quotes: Ã‚Â “Yeah, that’s easy for you to say, you’re Mr. White, you have a cool sounding name. Ã‚Â Alright look, if it’s no big deal to be Mr. Pink, you wanna trade?”
“You’re acting like a first year fucking thief, I’m acting like a professional.” Ã‚Â
Profile: Logical to a fault, Mr. Pink not only manages to escape the botched heist with the diamonds, but also is the first to realize they were set up. Ã‚Â Figuring that the cops arrived too fast, he knows that one of the gang is a rat, but he doesn’t know who. Ã‚Â Early on Pink makes it clear that he’s only looking out for himself when he explains his beliefs behind what he feels is the archaic practice of tipping waitresses. Ã‚Â It should be no surprise that he’s the only one to survive the ordeal, though he does not escape justice. Ã‚Â
Real Name: Vic Vega
Job: Crowd control
Profile: Fresh out of prison "Toothpick" Vic Vega is brought on the heist by Joe Cabot as payback for Vic's silence during his four-year stretch in the joint. As the job is going down,Blonde turns psycho and begins systematically shooting the store's customers, bringing down a rain of cops on the place. Blonde takes a cop hostage to get out, then later gleefully tortures him to the bubblegum pop tunes of "K-Billy's Super Sounds of the 70s". This disurbingly humorous scene is cut short as undecover cop Mr. Orange-protecting a fellow member of the force-cuts Blonde down with a hail of .45 slugs to the chest.
"If they hadn't done what I told 'em not do to, they'd still be alive"
"Are you gonna bark all day, little doggie, or are you gonna bite?"
"I don't really give a good !@#$ what you know or don't know-but I'm going to torture you anyway."
Real Name: Lawrence Dimick
Job: Collect the Diamonds
Profile: Mr. White is a consumate professional and loyal to Joe Cabot and his plan almost untill the end. White has a history with Joe and a history of his own. He wears his professionalism like a badge of honor and uses it to take Orange under his wing and teach him the ins and outs of the heist. The two form a bond that is strengthened when White feels responsible for the bullet Orange takes. It is his professionalism and loyalty that is ultimately his undoing when he discovers that when he put his faith into Mr. Orange he was putting it into a cop.
Quotes: "You shoot me in a dream you better wake up and apologize."
"If you kill that man, you die next. Repeat, if you kill that man, you die next."
"A choice between doing ten years, and taking out some stupid !@#$, aint no choice at all."