Val Kilmer utters the line: "I'm your huckleberry." in the showdown scene of Tombstone. It is the best line in the movie, the best portrayal of Doc Holliday in Hollywood (in my humble opinion :). Bryan loved old westerns (like the rest of my family, he has seen EVERY John Wayne movie made). When Tombstone came out in 1993, Bryan raved about this retelling and we all went to see it. Even though the plot is about Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday was Bryan's favorite character. He plagiarized the tag line, "I'm your huckleberry." Whenever I see those words it makes me think of Bryan, not Val Kilmer.
Bryan borrowed other movie lines and made them his own: "Skadoosh!", "Anyone? Anyone?", "It's but a flesh wound.", "My name Indigo Montoya. You killed my father, now prepare to die." Actually there are so many as my mind fills up with them that I cannot list them all here. Nor can I promise to remember them all. He had an uncanny memory. He reused quotes from Brave Heart and Aladdin equally well. Bryan was just a real funny fellow.
Verse for the Day:
March 16, 2009
"Then Jesus said, "Did I not tell you that if you believed, you would see the glory of God?"
Bryan believed, is he seeing the glory of God at this very moment? I rejoice for him tonight. Thank you Jesus, for those exhilarating words. And for allowing my brother to see your glory by Your grace alone.