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Deadpool Revenge

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DOPINDER: Uh, why the fancy red suit, Mr. Pool? 

DEADPOOL: Oh, that's because it's Christmas Day, Dopinder, and I'm after someone on my naughty list. I've been waiting one year, three weeks, six days, and, oh, 14 minutes to make him fix what he did to me. 

DOPINDER: And what did he do to you, Mr. Pool? 

DEADPOOL: This s***. Deadpool pulls up his mask to reveal his face, which looks raw, like he's been burned. 


Deadpool makes the stakes clear to Dopinder—and the audience—right from the get-go. He's a man on a mission, and that mission is to repair his deformed face. The fact that he knows how long he's been after Ajax right down to the minute illustrates just how dead-set on revenge Deadpool is.

DEADPOOL: A hush falls over the crowd as rookie sensation Wade W. Wilson out of Regina, Saskatchewan, lines up the shot. His form looks good. With a running start, Deadpool kicks Francis in the head. 

DEADPOOL: Oh! And that's why Regina rhymes with fun. He disarms Francis and continues beating him. 

DEADPOOL: Ladies and gentlemen, what you're witnessing is sweet, dick-kicking revenge.

It wouldn't be Deadpool, if he didn't inject a little levity into a merciless beat-down. He's waited for this moment for a long time; now he's basking in it.

DEADPOOL: Trust me, that wheezing bag of dick-tips has it coming. He's pure evil.

It's worth noting that Deadpool describes Ajax as evil. Deadpool may resist becoming an "official" hero by teaming up with the X-Men, but he still sees himself as good and Ajax as evil, which adds an extra layer of justification to his revenge plot, as in "He didn't just make me ugly; he's just pure evil, period."

BLIND AL: Why such a douche this morning? 

DEADPOOL: Let's recap. The cock thistle that turned me into this freak slipped through my arms today. Deadpool pauses and looks at his missing hand. 

DEADPOOL: Arm. Catching him was only chance to be hot again, get my super sexy ex back, and prevent this s*** from happening to someone else.

Here, the motivational plot thickens. Now, Deadpool's revenge isn't just fueled by vanity and love, it's also inspired by a desire to protect future test subjects from Ajax and his twisted workshop, too.

DEADPOOL: Me and you are headed to fix this butterface. 

AJAX: What? Ajax starts laughing. 

AJAX: You stupid f***ing idiot. Did you really think there was a cure…for that? 


AJAX: You heard me. 

DEADPOOL: No. No! So, you mean to say…after all this, you can't fix me? 

AJAX: It sounds even stupider when you say it. 

DEADPOOL: Like the kind of stupid who admits he can't do the one thing I'm keeping him alive for?

Even in revenge, Deadpool has to suffer. (BTW, suffering is a pretty big theme in this movie, too.) Once Deadpool finally has Ajax where he wants him, Ajax reveals that there's never been any cure for what he did to Deadpool's face, and Deadpool's revenge has been all for naught. Well, at least half for naught, Deadpool succeeds in killing Ajax moments after this exchange.

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