Nope, she's more important than that.
Nope. He chased me like a Saturday kid's movie.
Nope. He's an asshole.
Nope. We were damaged goods when we were dropped onto this planet.
Nope, though I've only let her past the barrier once.
Nope. But they're in love.
Nope. She's up there with him now.
Nope. At least not yet.
Nope. Let's see what happens when they run my prints.
"Nope," he said from his position on a chair inside the door.
Nope. There's lots of 'em left.
Nope. Not my concern.
"Nope," Dean answered honestly but Weller didn't let him off the hook.
Nope. Your people are handling all of that.
Nope. Oh, but you might want to get some…Gabriel, what does he like?
Nope. I had to start over yesterday.
Nope. Consider not killing you my resignation.
Nope. The papers would have made a big deal of it.
Nope. I'm surprised he wasn't, as far as he fell and I guess he is by now.
Nope. I was there right off the bat, right behind screaming Gladys.
Nope. I'm still dressed.
Nope. I guess he misses out on a Christmas card this year.
Nope, and I keep my doors and windows locked.
Nope. Lou Green, from Palo Alto, California.
"You don't remember the immortal—" "Nope. We're done."
Nope. He tried to locate Josh what's-his-name a couple of times—there were notes—but then nothing.
Nope. We sold it to the bitch.
"Nope. Evelyn, I'm so sorry I've totally embarrassed you today," Kiera said.
Nope. It'll seem like old times.
Nope. That was all there was.
Nope. Our only stop was for a couple of beers.
Nope. It was because he's such a sweet guy.
Nope. Just told the commo guy he wouldn't ever see the light of day again if he touched the commo pad.