Beau: (to Lawson and March) Well, gentlemen, there were days when a straight flush could be beaten but I'd say this isn't one of them.
March: You're breakin' up a poker game. Come back later.
Pale Moon: It is already later.
March: You forgot something.
Pale Moon: Keep it. The maggots are already here.
Kitty: You can knock all day, Beau Maverick, and all you'll get is bruised knuckles.
Lawson: Why should we try to frame you? We're offerin' to help you.
Beau: I haven't heard any offer so far.
Lawson: Maverick, you got three choices now: shooting, hanging, or high tailing it out of here.
Beau: Somehow, I lean towards the third one.
Beau: I should stay here and face it but somehow I dn't wanna leave my horse an orphan.
Pale Moon: He will become a warrior. Is this not true?
Beau: You name it, I'll become it.
Beau: I don't really believe you, Lawson, but like the crooked gambling house, it's the only game in town.
Kitty: I shouldn't be saying goodbye to you, Beau. I shouldn't even be saying hello.
Beau: I came to thank you boys for turning me in.
Lawson: For $1,000 I'd turn in my own mother.