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Quote                                               Speaker                Responder                  Type of Ambiguity           Source of Ambiguity         Brk. Maxim(s)
                                                                                             FM -> Aud.   Ch -> Aud.   Ch -> Ch
6:04- “This is Dr. Brody of the Mayo Clinic”        Dr. Brody              stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop      Quality
9:56- “I’d like one ticket to Chicago. No
baggage.” “Smoking or nonsmoking?”
“Smoking, please.”
                                                    Striker, flight att.   stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Locution Prop     Quality
11:50- “Nervous?” “Yes.” “First time?” “No, I’ve
been nervous lots of times.”                        old woman              Striker           PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution        Manner
13:25- “Roger.” “Huh?” “Roger.” “Huh?”
“Request vector. Over.” “Wha?” “We have
clearance, Clarence.” “Roger, Roger. What air
vector, Victor?”
                                                    air traffic control    pilots            PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony           Manner
25:29- “You ever been in a cockpit before?”
“No, I’ve never been in a plane before.” “You
ever seen a grown man naked?”

                                                    Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation       Relevance
25:33- “You want me to check the weather,
Clarence?” “No, why don’t you take care of it.”

                                                    Oveur                  Murdock           PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Locution          Quality
25:37- “Joey, you ever hang around a
gymnasium?”                                         Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation       Relevance
27:04- “Joey, do you like movies about
gladiators?”                                        Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation       Relevance
28:40- “You got a telegram from headquarters
today.” “Headquarters? What is it?” “Well, it’s a
big building where generals meet, but that’s not
important right now.”

                                                    Striker                Elaine            PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution        Manner
35:33- “And that, as much as anything else, led
to my drinking problem.”                        Striker                    stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Literal Prop        Quality
36:34- “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish
prison?”                                            Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation       Relevance
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38:09- “This woman has to be gotten to a
hospital.” “A hospital? What is it?” “It’s a big
building with patients, but that’s not important
right now.”
                                                       Elaine       Dr. Rumack        PO       UO   UO        Pragmatic Illocution     Manner
38:54- “Captain, how soon can you land?” “I
can’t tell.” “You can tell me. I’m a doctor.” “No,
I mean I’m just not sure.” “Well can’t you take
a guess?” “Well, not for another two hours.”
“You can’t take a guess for another two hours?”
“No no no. I mean we can’t land for another
two hours.”


                                                       Oveur        Dr. Rumack        PO       UO   UO        Pragmatic Illocution     Manner
40:00- “What is it we had for dinner?” “We had
a choice: steak or fish.” “Yes, yes I remember. I
had lasagna.”
                                                       Dr. Rumack   Elaine            PO       UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution       Quality
42:29- automatic pilot button inflates rubber
pilot                                                  prop         stage direction   PO       UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop     Quality
43:13- “How about some coffee, Johnny.” “No
thanks.”                                               McCrosky     Johnny            PO       UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution     Manner, Relevance
45:58- “Elaine, you’re a member of this crew.
Can you face some unpleasant facts?” “No.”
“Alright [proceeds to give her unpleasant
facts]”
                                                       Dr. Rumack   Elaine            PO       UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution       Quality
49:01- “Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little
problem in the cockpit.” “The cockpit? What is
it?” “It’s the little room in the front of the plane
where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right
now.”
                                                       Striker      Randy             PO       UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution     Manner
49:50- “Can you fly this plane and land it?”
“Surely, you can’t be serious.” “I am serious.
And don’t call me Shirley.”
                                                       Striker      Dr. Rumack        PO       UO   UO        Lexical Homophony        Manner
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50:07- “But this plane has four engines. It’s an
entirely different kind of flying, altogether.” “It’s
an entirely different kind of flying.”

                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack, Randy   PO       UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution       Manner
53:50- “May Day? What the hell is that for?”
“May Day! Why, that’s the Russian new year.
You know, we’ll have a big parade and we’ll
serve hot hourderves.”
                                                        McCrosky     Johnny              PO       UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution       Manner, Relevance
55:11- people are on baggage claim, bags
wait for them                                           PA speaker   stage direction     PO       UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop       Quality
59:10- “And keep an eye on that number three
engine gauge. It’s running a little hot.” Light
reads “a little hot” and flashes
                                                        Striker      stage direction     PO       UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop       Quality
1:01:10—“Johnny, what do you make out of
this?” “Well, I can make a hat, or a broach, or a
teredactyl.”
                                                        McCrosky     Johnny              PO       UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution       Manner, Relevance
1:30:00- “Gunderson, check the radar range.
Everything good?” “It’s about two more
minutes, chief.” [while checking turkey]

                                                        McCrosky     Gunderson           PO       UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop     Quality
1:03:14- “Two more minutes? They could be
miles off course!” “That’s impossible. They’re on
instruments”[cuts to cockpit, crew playing
musical instruments]
                                                        Kramer       stage direction     PO       UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop     Quality
1:03:38- “Johnny, how about some more
coffee?” “No thanks.”                                   McCrosky     Johnny              PO       UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution       Manner, Relevance
1:04:04- “OK boys. Let’s get some pictures.”
[takes framed pictures off of walls]

                                                        reporter     other reporters     PO       UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop     Quality
1:05:39- “Surely, there must be something you
can do.” “I’m doing everything I can. And stop
calling me Shirley.”
                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack          PO       UO   UO   Lexical Homophony          Manner
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1:07:35- “When Kramer hears about this, the
shit’s going to hit the fan.” [shit hits fan]

                                                  Striker    stage direction   PO       UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop     Quality
1:13:23- “I want every light you can get poured
onto that field.” “It’s being done right now.”
[lamps poured from dumptruck onto field]

                                                  McCrosky   stage direction   PO       UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop     Quality
1:17:23- “Now everybody, get in crash
positions.”                                       Randy      stage direction   PO       UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop     Quality
Quote                                               Speaker                Responder                 Type of Ambiguity            Source of Ambiguity
                                                                                             FM -> Aud.   Ch -> Aud.   Ch -> Ch
25:29- “You ever been in a cockpit before?”
“No, I’ve never been in a plane before.” “You
ever seen a grown man naked?”

                                                    Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
25:33- “You want me to check the weather,
Clarence?” “No, why don’t you take care of it.”

                                                    Oveur                  Murdock           PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Locution
25:37- “Joey, you ever hang around a
gymnasium?”                                         Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
27:04- “Joey, do you like movies about
gladiators?”                                        Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
36:34- “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish
prison?”                                            Oveur                  (Joey)            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
40:00- “What is it we had for dinner?” “We had
a choice: steak or fish.” “Yes, yes I remember. I
had lasagna.”
                                                    Dr. Rumack             Elaine            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Locution
45:58- “Elaine, you’re a member of this crew.
Can you face some unpleasant facts?” “No.”
“Alright [proceeds to give her unpleasant
facts]”
                                                    Dr. Rumack             Elaine            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Locution
6:04- “This is Dr. Brody of the Mayo Clinic”        Dr. Brody              stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
9:56- “I’d like one ticket to Chicago. No
baggage.” “Smoking or nonsmoking?”
“Smoking, please.”
                                                    Striker, flight att.   stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Locution Prop
11:50- “Nervous?” “Yes.” “First time?” “No, I’ve
been nervous lots of times.”                        old woman              Striker           PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
28:40- “You got a telegram from headquarters
today.” “Headquarters? What is it?” “Well, it’s a
big building where generals meet, but that’s not
important right now.”

                                                    Striker                Elaine            PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
35:33- “And that, as much as anything else, led
to my drinking problem.”                        Striker              stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
42:29- automatic pilot button inflates rubber
pilot                                                   prop         stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
43:13- “How about some coffee, Johnny.” “No
thanks.”                                                McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
49:01- “Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little
problem in the cockpit.” “The cockpit? What is
it?” “It’s the little room in the front of the plane
where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right
now.”
                                                        Striker      Randy               PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
50:07- “But this plane has four engines. It’s an
entirely different kind of flying, altogether.” “It’s
an entirely different kind of flying.”

                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack, Randy   PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
53:50- “May Day? What the hell is that for?”
“May Day! Why, that’s the Russian new year.
You know, we’ll have a big parade and we’ll
serve hot hourderves.”
                                                        McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
55:11- people are on baggage claim, bags
wait for them                                           PA speaker   stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
59:10- “And keep an eye on that number three
engine gauge. It’s running a little hot.” Light
reads “a little hot” and flashes
                                                        Striker      stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:01:10—“Johnny, what do you make out of
this?” “Well, I can make a hat, or a broach, or a
teredactyl.”
                                                        McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
1:30:00- “Gunderson, check the radar range.
Everything good?” “It’s about two more
minutes, chief.” [while checking turkey]

                                                        McCrosky     Gunderson           PO   UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop
1:03:14- “Two more minutes? They could be
miles off course!” “That’s impossible. They’re on
instruments”[cuts to cockpit, crew playing
musical instruments]
                                                     Kramer                stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop
1:03:38- “Johnny, how about some more
coffee?” “No thanks.”                                McCrosky              Johnny            PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
1:04:04- “OK boys. Let’s get some pictures.”
[takes framed pictures off of walls]

                                                     reporter              other reporters   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop
1:07:35- “When Kramer hears about this, the
shit’s going to hit the fan.” [shit hits fan]

                                                     Striker               stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:13:23- “I want every light you can get poured
onto that field.” “It’s being done right now.”
[lamps poured from dumptruck onto field]

                                                     McCrosky              stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:17:23- “Now everybody, get in crash
positions.”                                          Randy                 stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
13:25- “Roger.” “Huh?” “Roger.” “Huh?”
“Request vector. Over.” “Wha?” “We have
clearance, Clarence.” “Roger, Roger. What air
vector, Victor?”
                                                     air traffic control   pilots            PO   UO   UO   Lexical Homophony
38:09- “This woman has to be gotten to a
hospital.” “A hospital? What is it?” “It’s a big
building with patients, but that’s not important
right now.”
                                                     Elaine                Dr. Rumack        PO   UO   UO   Pragmatic Illocution
38:54- “Captain, how soon can you land?” “I
can’t tell.” “You can tell me. I’m a doctor.” “No,
I mean I’m just not sure.” “Well can’t you take
a guess?” “Well, not for another two hours.”
“You can’t take a guess for another two hours?”
“No no no. I mean we can’t land for another
two hours.”


                                                     Oveur                 Dr. Rumack        PO   UO   UO   Pragmatic Illocution
49:50- “Can you fly this plane and land it?”
“Surely, you can’t be serious.” “I am serious.
And don’t call me Shirley.”
                                                 Striker   Dr. Rumack   PO   UO   UO   Lexical Homophony
1:05:39- “Surely, there must be something you
can do.” “I’m doing everything I can. And stop
calling me Shirley.”
                                                 Striker   Dr. Rumack   PO   UO   UO   Lexical Homophony
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Quote                                               Speaker               Responder                 Type of Ambiguity            Source of Ambiguity
                                                                                            FM -> Aud.   Ch -> Aud.   Ch -> Ch
13:25- “Roger.” “Huh?” “Roger.” “Huh?”
“Request vector. Over.” “Wha?” “We have
clearance, Clarence.” “Roger, Roger. What air
vector, Victor?”
                                                    air traffic control   pilots            PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
49:50- “Can you fly this plane and land it?”
“Surely, you can’t be serious.” “I am serious.
And don’t call me Shirley.”
                                                    Striker               Dr. Rumack        PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
1:05:39- “Surely, there must be something you
can do.” “I’m doing everything I can. And stop
calling me Shirley.”
                                                    Striker               Dr. Rumack        PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
6:04- “This is Dr. Brody of the Mayo Clinic”        Dr. Brody             stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
1:30:00- “Gunderson, check the radar range.
Everything good?” “It’s about two more
minutes, chief.” [while checking turkey]

                                                    McCrosky              Gunderson         PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
1:03:14- “Two more minutes? They could be
miles off course!” “That’s impossible. They’re on
instruments”[cuts to cockpit, crew playing
musical instruments]
                                                    Kramer                stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
1:04:04- “OK boys. Let’s get some pictures.”
[takes framed pictures off of walls]

                                                    reporter              other reporters   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
35:33- “And that, as much as anything else, led
to my drinking problem.”                        Striker                   stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Literal Prop
42:29- automatic pilot button inflates rubber
pilot                                               prop                  stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Literal Prop
55:11- people are on baggage claim, bags
wait for them                                       PA speaker            stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Literal Prop
59:10- “And keep an eye on that number three
engine gauge. It’s running a little hot.” Light
reads “a little hot” and flashes
                                                    Striker               stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Literal Prop
1:07:35- “When Kramer hears about this, the
shit’s going to hit the fan.” [shit hits fan]

                                                    Striker     stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
1:13:23- “I want every light you can get poured
onto that field.” “It’s being done right now.”
[lamps poured from dumptruck onto field]

                                                    McCrosky    stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
1:17:23- “Now everybody, get in crash
positions.”                                         Randy       stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
25:29- “You ever been in a cockpit before?”
“No, I’ve never been in a plane before.” “You
ever seen a grown man naked?”

                                                    Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
25:37- “Joey, you ever hang around a
gymnasium?”                                         Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
27:04- “Joey, do you like movies about
gladiators?”                                        Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
36:34- “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish
prison?”                                            Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
11:50- “Nervous?” “Yes.” “First time?” “No, I’ve
been nervous lots of times.”                        old woman   Striker           PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
28:40- “You got a telegram from headquarters
today.” “Headquarters? What is it?” “Well, it’s a
big building where generals meet, but that’s not
important right now.”

                                                    Striker     Elaine            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
38:09- “This woman has to be gotten to a
hospital.” “A hospital? What is it?” “It’s a big
building with patients, but that’s not important
right now.”
                                                    Elaine      Dr. Rumack        PO   UO   UO        Pragmatic Illocution
38:54- “Captain, how soon can you land?” “I
can’t tell.” “You can tell me. I’m a doctor.” “No,
I mean I’m just not sure.” “Well can’t you take
a guess?” “Well, not for another two hours.”
“You can’t take a guess for another two hours?”
“No no no. I mean we can’t land for another
two hours.”


                                                        Oveur        Dr. Rumack          PO   UO   UO        Pragmatic Illocution
43:13- “How about some coffee, Johnny.” “No
thanks.”                                                McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
49:01- “Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little
problem in the cockpit.” “The cockpit? What is
it?” “It’s the little room in the front of the plane
where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right
now.”
                                                        Striker      Randy               PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
50:07- “But this plane has four engines. It’s an
entirely different kind of flying, altogether.” “It’s
an entirely different kind of flying.”

                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack, Randy   PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
53:50- “May Day? What the hell is that for?”
“May Day! Why, that’s the Russian new year.
You know, we’ll have a big parade and we’ll
serve hot hourderves.”
                                                        McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:01:10—“Johnny, what do you make out of
this?” “Well, I can make a hat, or a broach, or a
teredactyl.”
                                                        McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:03:38- “Johnny, how about some more
coffee?” “No thanks.”                                   McCrosky     Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
25:33- “You want me to check the weather,
Clarence?” “No, why don’t you take care of it.”

                                                        Oveur        Murdock             PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
40:00- “What is it we had for dinner?” “We had
a choice: steak or fish.” “Yes, yes I remember. I
had lasagna.”
                                                        Dr. Rumack   Elaine              PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
45:58- “Elaine, you’re a member of this crew.
Can you face some unpleasant facts?” “No.”
“Alright [proceeds to give her unpleasant
facts]”
                                                Dr. Rumack             Elaine            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
9:56- “I’d like one ticket to Chicago. No
baggage.” “Smoking or nonsmoking?”
“Smoking, please.”
                                                Striker, flight att.   stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Locution Prop
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Quote                                                  Speaker               Responder            Type of Ambiguity            Source of Ambiguity
                                                                                          FM -> Aud.   Ch -> Aud.   Ch -> Ch
11:50- “Nervous?” “Yes.” “First time?” “No, I’ve
been nervous lots of times.”                           old woman             Striker      PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
13:25- “Roger.” “Huh?” “Roger.” “Huh?”
“Request vector. Over.” “Wha?” “We have
clearance, Clarence.” “Roger, Roger. What air
vector, Victor?”
                                                       air traffic control   pilots       PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
28:40- “You got a telegram from headquarters
today.” “Headquarters? What is it?” “Well, it’s a
big building where generals meet, but that’s not
important right now.”

                                                       Striker               Elaine       PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
38:09- “This woman has to be gotten to a
hospital.” “A hospital? What is it?” “It’s a big
building with patients, but that’s not important
right now.”
                                                       Elaine                Dr. Rumack   PO           UO           UO         Pragmatic Illocution
38:54- “Captain, how soon can you land?” “I
can’t tell.” “You can tell me. I’m a doctor.” “No,
I mean I’m just not sure.” “Well can’t you take
a guess?” “Well, not for another two hours.”
“You can’t take a guess for another two hours?”
“No no no. I mean we can’t land for another
two hours.”


                                                       Oveur                 Dr. Rumack   PO           UO           UO         Pragmatic Illocution
49:01- “Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little
problem in the cockpit.” “The cockpit? What is
it?” “It’s the little room in the front of the plane
where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right
now.”
                                                       Striker               Randy        PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
49:50- “Can you fly this plane and land it?”
“Surely, you can’t be serious.” “I am serious.
And don’t call me Shirley.”
                                                       Striker               Dr. Rumack   PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
50:07- “But this plane has four engines. It’s an
entirely different kind of flying, altogether.” “It’s
an entirely different kind of flying.”

                                                        Striker                Dr. Rumack, Randy   PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:05:39- “Surely, there must be something you
can do.” “I’m doing everything I can. And stop
calling me Shirley.”
                                                        Striker                Dr. Rumack          PO   UO   UO        Lexical Homophony
43:13- “How about some coffee, Johnny.” “No
thanks.”                                                McCrosky               Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
53:50- “May Day? What the hell is that for?”
“May Day! Why, that’s the Russian new year.
You know, we’ll have a big parade and we’ll
serve hot hourderves.”
                                                        McCrosky               Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:01:10—“Johnny, what do you make out of
this?” “Well, I can make a hat, or a broach, or a
teredactyl.”
                                                        McCrosky               Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:03:38- “Johnny, how about some more
coffee?” “No thanks.”                                   McCrosky               Johnny              PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
6:04- “This is Dr. Brody of the Mayo Clinic”            Dr. Brody              stage direction     PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
9:56- “I’d like one ticket to Chicago. No
baggage.” “Smoking or nonsmoking?”
“Smoking, please.”
                                                        Striker, flight att.   stage direction     PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Locution Prop
25:33- “You want me to check the weather,
Clarence?” “No, why don’t you take care of it.”

                                                        Oveur                  Murdock             PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
35:33- “And that, as much as anything else, led
to my drinking problem.”                        Striker                        stage direction     PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
40:00- “What is it we had for dinner?” “We had
a choice: steak or fish.” “Yes, yes I remember. I
had lasagna.”
                                                        Dr. Rumack             Elaine              PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
42:29- automatic pilot button inflates rubber
pilot                                                   prop                   stage direction     PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
45:58- “Elaine, you’re a member of this crew.
Can you face some unpleasant facts?” “No.”
“Alright [proceeds to give her unpleasant
facts]”
                                                    Dr. Rumack   Elaine            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
55:11- people are on baggage claim, bags
wait for them                                       PA speaker   stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
59:10- “And keep an eye on that number three
engine gauge. It’s running a little hot.” Light
reads “a little hot” and flashes
                                                    Striker      stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
1:30:00- “Gunderson, check the radar range.
Everything good?” “It’s about two more
minutes, chief.” [while checking turkey]

                                                    McCrosky     Gunderson         PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
1:03:14- “Two more minutes? They could be
miles off course!” “That’s impossible. They’re on
instruments”[cuts to cockpit, crew playing
musical instruments]
                                                    Kramer       stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
1:04:04- “OK boys. Let’s get some pictures.”
[takes framed pictures off of walls]

                                                    reporter     other reporters   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
1:07:35- “When Kramer hears about this, the
shit’s going to hit the fan.” [shit hits fan]

                                                    Striker      stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
1:13:23- “I want every light you can get poured
onto that field.” “It’s being done right now.”
[lamps poured from dumptruck onto field]

                                                    McCrosky     stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
1:17:23- “Now everybody, get in crash
positions.”                                         Randy        stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
25:29- “You ever been in a cockpit before?”
“No, I’ve never been in a plane before.” “You
ever seen a grown man naked?”

                                                    Oveur        (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
25:37- “Joey, you ever hang around a
gymnasium?”                                     Oveur   (Joey)   PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
27:04- “Joey, do you like movies about
gladiators?”                                    Oveur   (Joey)   PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
36:34- “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish
prison?”                                        Oveur   (Joey)   PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
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                                                                                            FM -> Aud.   Ch -> Aud.   Ch -> Ch
13:25- “Roger.” “Huh?” “Roger.” “Huh?”
“Request vector. Over.” “Wha?” “We have
clearance, Clarence.” “Roger, Roger. What air
vector, Victor?”
                                                    air traffic control   pilots            PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
6:04- “This is Dr. Brody of the Mayo Clinic”        Dr. Brody             stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
40:00- “What is it we had for dinner?” “We had
a choice: steak or fish.” “Yes, yes I remember. I
had lasagna.”
                                                    Dr. Rumack            Elaine            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Locution
45:58- “Elaine, you’re a member of this crew.
Can you face some unpleasant facts?” “No.”
“Alright [proceeds to give her unpleasant
facts]”
                                                    Dr. Rumack            Elaine            PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Locution
38:09- “This woman has to be gotten to a
hospital.” “A hospital? What is it?” “It’s a big
building with patients, but that’s not important
right now.”
                                                    Elaine                Dr. Rumack        PO           UO           UO         Pragmatic Illocution
1:03:14- “Two more minutes? They could be
miles off course!” “That’s impossible. They’re on
instruments”[cuts to cockpit, crew playing
musical instruments]
                                                    Kramer                stage direction   PO           UO           UC         Lexical Homophony Prop
43:13- “How about some coffee, Johnny.” “No
thanks.”                                            McCrosky              Johnny            PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
53:50- “May Day? What the hell is that for?”
“May Day! Why, that’s the Russian new year.
You know, we’ll have a big parade and we’ll
serve hot hourderves.”
                                                    McCrosky              Johnny            PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
1:01:10—“Johnny, what do you make out of
this?” “Well, I can make a hat, or a broach, or a
teredactyl.”
                                                    McCrosky              Johnny            PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
1:30:00- “Gunderson, check the radar range.
Everything good?” “It’s about two more
minutes, chief.” [while checking turkey]

                                                     McCrosky    Gunderson         PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
1:03:38- “Johnny, how about some more
coffee?” “No thanks.”                                McCrosky    Johnny            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:13:23- “I want every light you can get poured
onto that field.” “It’s being done right now.”
[lamps poured from dumptruck onto field]

                                                     McCrosky    stage direction   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Literal Prop
11:50- “Nervous?” “Yes.” “First time?” “No, I’ve
been nervous lots of times.”                         old woman   Striker           PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
25:29- “You ever been in a cockpit before?”
“No, I’ve never been in a plane before.” “You
ever seen a grown man naked?”

                                                     Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
25:33- “You want me to check the weather,
Clarence?” “No, why don’t you take care of it.”

                                                     Oveur       Murdock           PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
25:37- “Joey, you ever hang around a
gymnasium?”                                          Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
27:04- “Joey, do you like movies about
gladiators?”                                         Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
36:34- “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish
prison?”                                             Oveur       (Joey)            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Connotation
38:54- “Captain, how soon can you land?” “I
can’t tell.” “You can tell me. I’m a doctor.” “No,
I mean I’m just not sure.” “Well can’t you take
a guess?” “Well, not for another two hours.”
“You can’t take a guess for another two hours?”
“No no no. I mean we can’t land for another
two hours.”


                                                     Oveur       Dr. Rumack        PO   UO   UO        Pragmatic Illocution
55:11- people are on baggage claim, bags
wait for them                                           PA speaker   stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
42:29- automatic pilot button inflates rubber
pilot                                                   prop         stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:17:23- “Now everybody, get in crash
positions.”                                             Randy        stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:04:04- “OK boys. Let’s get some pictures.”
[takes framed pictures off of walls]

                                                        reporter     other reporters     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop
28:40- “You got a telegram from headquarters
today.” “Headquarters? What is it?” “Well, it’s a
big building where generals meet, but that’s not
important right now.”

                                                        Striker      Elaine              PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
35:33- “And that, as much as anything else, led
to my drinking problem.”                        Striker              stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
49:01- “Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little
problem in the cockpit.” “The cockpit? What is
it?” “It’s the little room in the front of the plane
where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right
now.”
                                                        Striker      Randy               PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
49:50- “Can you fly this plane and land it?”
“Surely, you can’t be serious.” “I am serious.
And don’t call me Shirley.”
                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack          PO   UO   UO   Lexical Homophony
50:07- “But this plane has four engines. It’s an
entirely different kind of flying, altogether.” “It’s
an entirely different kind of flying.”

                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack, Randy   PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
59:10- “And keep an eye on that number three
engine gauge. It’s running a little hot.” Light
reads “a little hot” and flashes
                                                        Striker      stage direction     PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:05:39- “Surely, there must be something you
can do.” “I’m doing everything I can. And stop
calling me Shirley.”
                                                        Striker      Dr. Rumack          PO   UO   UO   Lexical Homophony
1:07:35- “When Kramer hears about this, the
shit’s going to hit the fan.” [shit hits fan]

                                                Striker                stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
9:56- “I’d like one ticket to Chicago. No
baggage.” “Smoking or nonsmoking?”
“Smoking, please.”
                                                Striker, flight att.   stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Locution Prop
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Quote                                                   Speaker   Responder                   Type of Ambiguity            Source of Ambiguity
                                                                                      FM -> Aud.   Ch -> Aud.   Ch -> Ch
25:29- “You ever been in a cockpit before?”
“No, I’ve never been in a plane before.” “You
ever seen a grown man naked?”

                                                        Oveur     (Joey)              PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
25:37- “Joey, you ever hang around a
gymnasium?”                                             Oveur     (Joey)              PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
27:04- “Joey, do you like movies about
gladiators?”                                            Oveur     (Joey)              PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
36:34- “Joey, have you ever been in a Turkish
prison?”                                                Oveur     (Joey)              PO           UO           ignored    Pragmatic Connotation
38:09- “This woman has to be gotten to a
hospital.” “A hospital? What is it?” “It’s a big
building with patients, but that’s not important
right now.”
                                                        Elaine    Dr. Rumack          PO           UO           UO         Pragmatic Illocution
38:54- “Captain, how soon can you land?” “I
can’t tell.” “You can tell me. I’m a doctor.” “No,
I mean I’m just not sure.” “Well can’t you take
a guess?” “Well, not for another two hours.”
“You can’t take a guess for another two hours?”
“No no no. I mean we can’t land for another
two hours.”


                                                        Oveur     Dr. Rumack          PO           UO           UO         Pragmatic Illocution
49:50- “Can you fly this plane and land it?”
“Surely, you can’t be serious.” “I am serious.
And don’t call me Shirley.”
                                                        Striker   Dr. Rumack          PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
1:05:39- “Surely, there must be something you
can do.” “I’m doing everything I can. And stop
calling me Shirley.”
                                                        Striker   Dr. Rumack          PO           UO           UO         Lexical Homophony
50:07- “But this plane has four engines. It’s an
entirely different kind of flying, altogether.” “It’s
an entirely different kind of flying.”

                                                        Striker   Dr. Rumack, Randy   PO           UO           UC         Pragmatic Illocution
28:40- “You got a telegram from headquarters
today.” “Headquarters? What is it?” “Well, it’s a
big building where generals meet, but that’s not
important right now.”

                                                    Striker      Elaine            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
40:00- “What is it we had for dinner?” “We had
a choice: steak or fish.” “Yes, yes I remember. I
had lasagna.”
                                                    Dr. Rumack   Elaine            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
45:58- “Elaine, you’re a member of this crew.
Can you face some unpleasant facts?” “No.”
“Alright [proceeds to give her unpleasant
facts]”
                                                    Dr. Rumack   Elaine            PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
1:30:00- “Gunderson, check the radar range.
Everything good?” “It’s about two more
minutes, chief.” [while checking turkey]

                                                    McCrosky     Gunderson         PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
43:13- “How about some coffee, Johnny.” “No
thanks.”                                            McCrosky     Johnny            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
53:50- “May Day? What the hell is that for?”
“May Day! Why, that’s the Russian new year.
You know, we’ll have a big parade and we’ll
serve hot hourderves.”
                                                    McCrosky     Johnny            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:01:10—“Johnny, what do you make out of
this?” “Well, I can make a hat, or a broach, or a
teredactyl.”
                                                    McCrosky     Johnny            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
1:03:38- “Johnny, how about some more
coffee?” “No thanks.”                               McCrosky     Johnny            PO   UO   UC        Pragmatic Illocution
25:33- “You want me to check the weather,
Clarence?” “No, why don’t you take care of it.”

                                                    Oveur        Murdock           PO   UO   ignored   Pragmatic Locution
1:04:04- “OK boys. Let’s get some pictures.”
[takes framed pictures off of walls]

                                                    reporter     other reporters   PO   UO   UC        Lexical Homophony Prop
13:25- “Roger.” “Huh?” “Roger.” “Huh?”
“Request vector. Over.” “Wha?” “We have
clearance, Clarence.” “Roger, Roger. What air
vector, Victor?”
                                                       air traffic control    pilots            PO   UO   UO   Lexical Homophony
49:01- “Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little
problem in the cockpit.” “The cockpit? What is
it?” “It’s the little room in the front of the plane
where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right
now.”
                                                       Striker                Randy             PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
6:04- “This is Dr. Brody of the Mayo Clinic”           Dr. Brody              stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop
9:56- “I’d like one ticket to Chicago. No
baggage.” “Smoking or nonsmoking?”
“Smoking, please.”
                                                       Striker, flight att.   stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Locution Prop
35:33- “And that, as much as anything else, led
to my drinking problem.”                        Striker                       stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
42:29- automatic pilot button inflates rubber
pilot                                                  prop                   stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
55:11- people are on baggage claim, bags
wait for them                                          PA speaker             stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
59:10- “And keep an eye on that number three
engine gauge. It’s running a little hot.” Light
reads “a little hot” and flashes
                                                       Striker                stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:03:14- “Two more minutes? They could be
miles off course!” “That’s impossible. They’re on
instruments”[cuts to cockpit, crew playing
musical instruments]
                                                       Kramer                 stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Homophony Prop
1:07:35- “When Kramer hears about this, the
shit’s going to hit the fan.” [shit hits fan]

                                                       Striker                stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:13:23- “I want every light you can get poured
onto that field.” “It’s being done right now.”
[lamps poured from dumptruck onto field]

                                                       McCrosky               stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
1:17:23- “Now everybody, get in crash
positions.”                                        Randy       stage direction   PO   UO   UC   Lexical Literal Prop
11:50- “Nervous?” “Yes.” “First time?” “No, I’ve
been nervous lots of times.”                       old woman   Striker           PO   UO   UC   Pragmatic Illocution
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