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Famous Last Words

Winterfest Online 2005

January 8th - 16th
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This game is dedicated to all those characters that made the ultimate sacrifice for the sake of the storyline. They were a diverse group of people; men, women, young, old, good and evil. Some we barely knew. Others we came to know quite well. All of those represented here have one thing in common; we got to hear their final line of dialogue moments before their tragic ends. Match the characters with their famous, or perhaps not so famous, last words.

Can't even remember who these people were, not to mention their last words? Here's a hint

Click a number in the left column and a letter in the right column to make a match. If you make a selection and change your mind later, clicking on the number and a new letter will "release" the original letter so you can assign it elsewhere. When you've entered all your guesses, press the Check Your Answers button at the bottom of the page. Each entry will be marked with a "W" for Wrong or C for Correct. Press the Reset Answers button to clear your selections and start over.
[NOTE: IE5.5 or Netscape 6 is recommended]

Elliot Burch
Winston Burke
In the end, I always win
Catherine Chandler
Stay here.
Martin Belmont
Ain't that a laugh
Cameron Benson
At last, you are my son.
Shin Li Chang
Everything's going to be all right, uh?
Peter Chang
Fire can't harm me now.
Frank DiCorsia
Forgive me.
Jonathan Gould
Give me the keys.
Go home, mister.
Edward Hughes
He said I was beautiful
Stanly Kasmareck
I appreciate you hanging in there with me.
Miss Kendrick
I want her…
Dale Mercer
I warned you___, but you were stupid.
Jimmy Morero
It's already on.
Jase would never have hurt you.
Tony Perotta
Let's get this over with.
Ellie Pierson
Say goodnight.
Alexander Ross
Stop it!
Bernie Spirko
Unfortunate that you are an honorable man.
Jonathon Thorpe
What's in the bag?
Jason Walker
Where the hell are we?
The Watcher
Where the hell are we?
You're too late.
Tell me, do you like cream or sugar?
John Moreno
They all fall down?
V. Though lovers be lost…
You're damn right I would