Old-time Aussie expressions were resurrected by the Kerrigans and new ones went straight to the pool room of Aussie vernacular. Darryl Kerrigan: Tell ’em they’re dreamin’. Federal Court judge: And what law are you basing this argument on? Darryl: The law of bloody commonsense! Dale Kerrigan: If Dad is the backbone, Mum is the other bones — all of ’em. Dale: If there’s anything Dad loved more than serenity, it was a big two-stroke engine on full throttle! Darryl: Oh, Steve, could you move the Camira? I need to get the Torana out so I can get to the Commodore. Steve Kerrigan: I’ll have to get the keys to the Cortina if I’m gonna move that Camira. Darryl: Yeah, watch the boat, mate. Sal Kerrigan: Good onya, darl! Dennis Denuto: It’s the vibe of the thing, Your Honour. Dale: Dad still can’t work out how he got it so cheap. It’s worth almost as much today as when we bought it. Darryl: You can’t buy what I’ve got. Laurie Hammill: You can acquire a house, but you can’t acquire a home, because a home is not built of bricks and mortar, but of love and memories.