James: I mean, come on now.
Banksy: It's in my interest not to comment on any of the photos doing the rounds.
Rick James: These accusations are lies, they're untrue, and it's not going to happen.
Banksy: In New Orleans I painted on a dilapidated shop in a street littered with abandoned cars and rotting mattresses, then two hours later the piece was gone. It turned out I'd picked the side of a crack house and the proprietor didn't like the attention.
James: I think he's fantastic. I love his whole family.
Banksy: I consider this whole experience to be a disaster on many levels.
James: Wonderful, wonderful.
Banksy: If you domesticate an animal, it goes from being wild and free to sterile, fat and sleepy.
James: Sometimes I wake up, kids are laying in my bed because they're scared or something, whatever.
Banksy: Practically every kid had a VW badge hanging around their necks that they'd stolen off a car in town.
James: Wonderful, wonderful. Beautiful. Why don’t they go after Santa Claus?
Banksy: I’d never thought about it like that.
James: Nobody said a damn thing.
Banksy: I wish you were talking to an imposter.
James: Wait a minute.