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Their kitchen is their shrine, the cook their priest, the table their altar, and their belly their god.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The people recognize themselves in their commodities; they find their soul in their automobile, hi-fi set, split-level home, kitchen equipment.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
When one of these flashbacks was reported to me by a conscious patient, I was incredulous. For example, when a mother told me she was suddenly aware, as my electrode touched the cortex, of being in the kitchen listening to the voice of her little boy who was playing outside in the yard.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Fergus: Have you finished scrubbin' the paint off the old chaple board?
Geronimo: And what would you know about scrubbin'? You dirty bunch of knackers.
Carrick Boy: Knacker socks.
Carrick Boy: Does our mammy still wash your socks in the kitchen sink?
Carrick Boy: He doesnt have a kitchen sink.
Gorilla: Here come over to Carrickdowse and we'll lend you a bath.
Fergus: A bath, will it have your rubber ducky in it Gorilla?
Tim: Does your mommy still powder your bum? You big girl's blouse.More [10/30/2005 12:10:00]
Robbie: [singing] I wanna make you smile whenever you're sad / Carry you around when your arthritis is bad / All I wanna do is grow old with you. / I'll get your medicine when your tummy aches / build you a fire if the furnace breaks / Oh it could be so nice, growin old with you. / I'll miss you, kiss you, give you my coat when you are cold. / Need you, feed you, I'll even let you hold the remote control. / So let me do the dishes in the kitchen sink / Put you to bed when you've had too much to drink. / Oh I could be the man to grow old with you. / I wanna grow old with you.More [12/18/2005 12:12:00]
Garry: Wyatt, your kitchen is blue...!More [12/21/2005 12:12:00]
Sally: When Joe and I started seeing each other, we wanted exactly the same thing. We wanted to live together, but we didn't want to get married because every time anyone we knew got married, it ruined their relationship. They practically never had sex again. It's true, it's one of the secrets that no one ever tells you. I would sit around with my girlfriends who have kids - and, actually, my one girlfriend who has kids, Alice - and she would complain about how she and Gary never did it anymore. She didn't even complain about it, now that I think about it. She just said it matter-of-factly. She said they were up all night, they were both exhausted all the time, the kids just took every sexual impulse they had out of them. And Joe and I used to talk about it, and we'd say we were so lucky we have this wonderful relationship, we can have sex on the kitchen floor and not worry about the kids walking in. We can fly off to Rome on a moment's notice. And then one day I was taking Alice's little girl for the afternoon because I'd promised to take her to the circus, and we were in the cab playing "I Spy" - I spy a mailbox, I spy a lamp-post - and she looked out the window and she saw this man and this woman with these two little kids. And the man had one of the little kids on his shoulders, and she said, "I spy a family." And I started to cry. You know, I just started crying. And I went home, and I said, "The thing is, Joe, we never do fly off to Rome on a moment's notice."
Harry: And the kitchen floor?
Sally: [sadly] Not once. It's this very cold, hard Mexican ceramic tile.More [01/08/2006 12:01:00]
So let me do the dishes in our kitchen sink, put you to bed when you've had too much to drink.
Oh, it could be so nice to grow old with you, I wanna grow old with you.More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
Are you kidding? I'm a terrible cook, but John is a really great one. Literally, I never cook. The whole time we were dating, I prepared two officially romantic meals. Both of them were such disasters that he begs me never to go into the kitchen again.More [10/04/2006 12:10:00]
I couldn't have been a bigger has-been. Two years ago I was crying on my kitchen floor thinking I'll never be able to pay my mortgage.More [10/12/2006 12:10:00]
I always had a fantasy of being a chef, because I like kitchen life.More [10/31/2006 12:10:00]
I was like any new bride, who said, 'I'm going to cook for my man.' In fact, once I started a small kitchen fire in a pan. Smoke was pouring from the pan, and I got really scared. Right next to our stove is a small fire extinguisher. You know, easy access.More [12/08/2006 12:12:00]
Greg Focker: Look, Little Jack was crying so I picked him up and gave him some hugs. Then I went into the kitchen to answer the phone and when I came back, he had let himself out of the playpen, put on Scarface and glued his hands to the rum bottle. Ok?More [02/23/2007 12:02:00]
Hank the Bartender: [Hands them their drinks] The doctor's in. Help is on its way.
K.C.: Thanks, Hank. Something wrong, Joe?
Joe Gavilan: What do ya mean, "Something Wrong?"
K.C.: You seem down.
Joe Gavilan: Down? Me?
K.C.: Lately.
Joe Gavilan: We've been partners for what, four months, and now you wanna be my shrink?
K.C.: Sometimes it helps to talk. That's all I'm saying.
Joe Gavilan: All right. Let me paint you a picture. Portrait of Joe Gavilan. Seven, eight years ago, I sold off the results of my entrepreneurial efforts up to that point: Three tanning salons and two original silk-tip nail parlors in the Antelope Valley, and I started attending weekend Real Estate seminars at the Airport Hyatt. You know, "How to Make $1 Million in Real Estate with Very Little Money Down."
K.C.: Sounds good.
Joe Gavilan: Started out with a condo in Sherman Oaks. Slapped some paint on the walls. Refaced the kitchen cabinets. Traded up to a smoke-damaged ranch in Tarzana, then a Spanish on Outpost, and a fake Mediterranean in Los Feliz. Pretty soon, I had everything I've got tied up in this... this monstrosity... on Mt. Olympus, at the corner of Hercules and, I shit you not, Achilles.
K.C.: So what's the problem?
Joe Gavilan: The problem is if I don't score a big commission or get rid of this... piece of shit on Mt. Olympus... well, the word *Titanic* comes to mind.More [04/05/2007 12:04:00]
Agent Sands: El, you really must try this because it's puerco pibil. It's a slow-roasted pork, nothing fancy. It just happens to be my favorite, and I order it with a tequila and lime in every dive I go to in this country. And honestly, that is the best it's ever been anywhere. In fact, it's too good. It's so good that when I'm finished, I'll pay my check, walk straight into the kitchen and shoot the cook. Because that's what I do. I restore the balance to this country. And that is what I would like from you right now. Help keep the balance by pulling the trigger.More [04/11/2007 12:04:00]
Eric Cartman: I would never let a woman kick my ass. If she tried anything, I'd be like, EH. You get your bitch ass back in the kitchen and make me some pie. Eh, woman, you shut your mouth, and make babies.More [05/02/2007 12:05:00]
Donna McLoughlin: You can't leave yet, the kitchen isn't even finished yet.
John McLoughlin: Will you forget about the kitchen for a minute. I'm kinda stuck here.
Donna McLoughlin: Well get unstuck John.More [05/21/2007 12:05:00]
Casey Ryback: [after spotting the terrorists from the kitchen car, and reentering from the pantry and seeing spilled blood] Now, this I'm trained for!More [06/15/2007 12:06:00]
Ray: [of her mother] Do you see her anywhere? News flash: you're not gonna. Not unless you schedule an appointment, or hang around her bedroom door at 3 in the morning. In the meantime you're working for me.
Molly Gunn: Is that so?
Ray: Uh-huh.
Molly Gunn: News flash, Mussolini: I quit!
[slams the door, stops to watch as it swings back into the kitchen again... ]
Ray: Swinging door.
[swinging door hits Molly in the face]More [06/18/2007 12:06:00]
Colonel Mustard: And are you the host?
Wadsworth: Me, sir? No, I'm just the humble butler.
Colonel Mustard: And what exactly is it you do here?
Wadsworth: I buttle, sir.
Colonel Mustard: Which means what?
Wadsworth: The butler is in charge of the kitchen and dining room. I keep everything tidy.More [07/24/2007 12:07:00]
Wadsworth: Lets move the cook into the study.
Colonel Mustard: Why?
Wadsworth: I'm the butler, I like to keep the kitchen tidy.More [07/24/2007 12:07:00]
Ben Urich: Go get 'em, Matt.
Daredevil: [nods] Hell's Kitchen is my neighborhood. I prowl the rooftops and alleyways in darkness. Forever in darkness... A guardian devil.More [08/19/2007 12:08:00]
Helen: Are you hungry?
[Charles nods]
Helen: Oh, maybe you should go into the kitchen and get yourself something to eat, huh?
Charles: [crying] Christina...
Helen: [calling] Christina!
Helen: Christina's gone! Your little tramp didn't leave her any money to pay her, so she just left, like your slut. She packed up all her things, and a few of yours, and split. In fact, she cleaned out your bank account.
Helen: Isn't that just too much? You tried to keep it from me, and she just took it all. Huh? Huh? You are like so many men, Charles, you'd rather leave with trash than make it work with something good. You're a coward.More [08/28/2007 12:08:00]
Caro: We'll leave you alone, but we'll be listening from the kitchen so talk loudMore [09/17/2007 12:09:00]
Raccoon: [In the middle of the night, John goes into his father's kitchen to get a drink of water... and promptly regrets it] ... Can I make a request? Tuna in OIL instead of WATER?
Crow: Hey, who put in that bug-zapper?
[John charges outside]
Possum: Yo, looky here. Hey, buddy. My old lady asks, I been eating trash all night. You dig?
[John accidentally steps on a Skunk]
Skunk: Yah! You're on my tail, you idiot... You broke Mr. Stinky, I think.
[John flees to his Range-Rover]
Raccoon: Doc, while you're out, get some salmon. You can't go wrong with salmon.More [09/17/2007 12:09:00]
[Throwing various kitchen utensils at attacking werewolf]
Spoon: Yea? Yea? You want some? Here we go. Yea? See if you're fuckin' hard. If you're so fuckin' hard... you throw a punch like a wimp. Fucking bastard. C'mon. C'mon. Bring it on. All right you...More [09/20/2007 12:09:00]
Dr. Weitzman: Henry, the kitchen made us some brownies. I'd like you to be in charge of passing them out.
Henry: Okay,
[points to Jack]
Henry: but none for the bishop of bullshit.More [09/28/2007 12:09:00]
Mark: You're losing it. A year ago you'd already be re-enacting the kitchen scene from "9 1/2 Weeks". 'Course, my own sex life's more like 8 1/2 Weeks - Fellini meets Psycho. Scary.More [11/28/2007 12:11:00]
Dad: Every time I come in the kitchen, you in the kitchen in the goddamn refrigerator. Eatin' up all the food.More [11/30/2007 12:11:00]
Craig Jones: [walks into kitchen to discover Burglar dressed as Santa Claus eating a sandwich]
Craig Jones: What the hell you doing in my house; eating a big ass sandwich and shit?
Santa Claus: Nigga, I'm Santa Claus; where the FUCK the milk and cookies?More [11/30/2007 12:11:00]
[Inspecting Dana's refrigerator for paranormal activity]
Dr. Peter Venkman: Oh, my *God*. Look at all the junk food!
Dana Barrett: Oh, dammit. Look, this wasn't here...
Dr. Peter Venkman: You actually eat this?
Dana Barrett: Look, this wasn't here! There was *nothing* here! There was this... space! And there was a building or something with flames coming out of it, and there were creatures writhing around, and they were growling and snarling. And there were flames, and I heard a voice say "Zuul"! It was right here.
Dr. Peter Venkman: Well, I'm sorry, I'm just not getting any reading.
Dana Barrett: Well, are you sure you're using that thing correctly?
Dr. Peter Venkman: Well, I... I think so, but I'm sure there are no animals in there.
Dana Barrett: Well that's just great. Either I have a monster in my kitchen or I'm completely crazy.
Dr. Peter Venkman: [smiles] I don't think you're crazy.
Dana Barrett: [sarcastically] Oh, good, that makes me feel so much better.More [12/14/2007 12:12:00]
Ginger: [Playing with a kitchen knife] Wrists are for girls. I'm slitting my throat.More [12/22/2007 12:12:00]
Johnny Fontaine: It's your favorite song, Michael, where you going?
Michael Corleone: I'm just gonna go into the kitchen and listen to some Tony Bennett records.More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Will: [Sean is going through Will's profile. Inside we see are pictures of Will after brutal assaults by his foster parents] You ever have any, uh, experience with that?
Sean: Twenty years of counseling, I've seen some pretty awful shit.
Will: No. I mean, have you ever had any experience with that?
Sean: Personally? Yeah. Yeah I have.
[Sean looks away for a moment]
Sean: I'm sure it ain't good.
Will: My father was an alcoholic. Mean fuckin' drunk. Used to come home hammered, looking to whale on someone. So I had to provoke him, so he wouldn't go after my mother and little brother. Interesting nights were when he wore his rings...
Will: He used to just put a belt, a stick, and a wrench on the kitchen table and say, "Choose."
Sean: Well, I gotta go with the belt there.
Will: I used to go with the wrench.
Sean: Why?
Will: Cause fuck him, that' why.
Sean: Your foster father?
Will: Yeah.
Will: So what does it say? Will has an attachment disorder? Fear of abandonment? Is that why I broke up with Skylar?
Sean: Didn't know you had. Wanna talk about it?
[Will shakes his head, stares off]
Sean: Will, you see this, all this shit?
[Holds up the file, and drops it on his desk]
Sean: It's not your fault.
Will: [Softly, still staring off] I know...
Sean: No you don't. It's not your fault.
Will: [Serious] I know.
Sean: No. Listen to me son. It's not your fault.
Will: I know that.
Sean: It's not your fault.
[Will is silent, eyes closed]
Sean: It's not your fault.
Will: [Will's eyes open, misty already] Don't fuck with me Sean. Not you.
Sean: It's not your fault.
[Will shoves Sean back, and then, hands trembling, buries his face in his hands. Will begins sobbing. Sean puts his hands on Will's shoulders, and Will grabs him and holds him close, crying]
Will: Oh my God! I'm so sorry! I'm so sorry Sean!
[Will continues sobbing in Sean's arms]More [01/01/2008 12:01:00]
Elliot Garfield: Haven't we met? In our apartment?
Paula McFadden: Please, I enjoy shopping. Don't ruin this for me too.
Elliot Garfield: Relax. We don't have to fight until we get home. We need soap, Darling.
Paula McFadden: Not in my bathroom we don't.
Elliot Garfield: This is silly. If you get what you need and I get what I need we're going to blow a lot of bread getting the same things. Including bread. Why don't we have one shopping list and split the bill?
Paula McFadden: On what items?
Elliot Garfield: Food! Bathroom and kitchen cleansers. Everything. Except male and female do-dads. In that area you go your way and I'll go mine.
Paula McFadden: We split everything?
Elliot Garfield: Everything. I'll pay my full one third share.
Paula McFadden: One third?
Elliot Garfield: I am not the one with the daughter.
Paula McFadden: What's the matter? Didn't Lady Anne wash her hands the other night?
Elliot Garfield: Quick. Quick. I like a quick girl. Okay, right down the middle.
Paula McFadden: Okay.
Elliot Garfield: Hold it. Hold it. I'll take that.
Elliot Garfield: [Walking down the street] This is a good idea sharing expenses like this. By the way, I need shoes next week. A little Chianti? Can't have spaghetti marinaro without a little vino.
Paula McFadden: Not on my budget.
Elliot Garfield: Hey, hey, no. I'll blow for the booze, eh? Short of stature but not tight of pocket.
Liquor Store Salesman: Can I help you?
Elliot Garfield: Yes. A bottle of your finest, cheap Chianti, please.
Liquor Store Salesman: I've got a nice California red for a dollar eighty.
Elliot Garfield: Dollar eighty. Nothing from Kansas?
Liquor Store Salesman: Comedian. Seriously. This is a good wine.
Elliot Garfield: Okay. It goes good with spaghetti, right?
Liquor Store Salesman: Perfect with spaghetti.More [01/01/2008 12:01:00]
George Henderson: He walked into our kitchen and was eating out of our refrigerator. I thought we was gonna eat me but he ate our daughter's corsage and then ate our goldfish!
Sergeant Mancini: And where is he now, Mr. Henderson?
George Henderson: In the bathroom.
Sergeant Mancini: Oh, of course, how stupid of me.More [02/08/2008 12:02:00]
Clara: [at Thanksgiving dinner] How are you parents, Sam? Where are they living?
Sam: Well, my fathers living in an apartment on Lee Road and my mother's still in the house.
Clara: Did you hear that Charles? Sam's parents aren't living together!
Charles: You knew that, mom! Sam's parents haven't lived together since Sam and I were in the eighth grade.
Clara: I certainly did not know that! That must make you very sad, Sam.
Sam: I'm accustomed to it.
Clara: Brave boy!
Charles: Do you want me to get the food, mother?
Clara: What food?
Charles: The turkey!
Clara: There isn't any turkey.
Charles: Well, whatever it is that you prepared, would you like me to go into the kitchen and get it?
Clara: I didn't prepare anything. There isn't any dinner. Ha ha. There isn't any dinner!
Sam: I guess the joke's on us.
Clara: [laughing hysterically] That's right. The joke's on you!More [02/19/2008 12:02:00]
[Kevin has just caused a scene in the kitchen and Buzz has him in a headlock]
Kate McCallister: Look, stop, stop! What is the matter with you?
Kevin McCallister: He started it! He ate my pizza on purpose! He knows I hate sausage and olives and onions and... .
Frank McCallister: [wiping dregs of coca cola off his pants] Look what you did, you little jerk!
[the MaCallisters stare irately at Kevin]More [03/22/2008 12:03:00]
Harry: [Barges through the kitchen door after his head is blow-torched] Where are you you little CREEP!More [03/22/2008 12:03:00]
Mrs. Pascal: Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go baste the turkey and hide the kitchen knives.More [04/01/2008 12:04:00]
Mrs. Marshall: You must have been looking forward to it, Mary.
Mary Marshall: I was looking forward to seeing you, Aunt Sarah.
Mrs. Marshall: Oh, that's sweet of you, dear.
Mary Marshall: As a matter of fact, selfish. I've been doing a lot of thinking in the past three years, Aunt Sarah, and...
Mrs. Marshall: What sort of things were you thinking, Mary?
Mary Marshall: Coming out into the world and... Even coming here, I had a feeling that ...
Mrs. Marshall: Honey, you've got to stop being afraid. You've got to stop feeling that you're branded like people were in the old days. You've done something. You're paying your debt to society. Most people are willing to let it go at that.
Mary Marshall: I know, Aunt Sarah, but coming out into the world and seeing everybody in uniform, everybody doing something... I just don't belong. I don't fit in. And dreams that I've had for the future are just impossible.
Mrs. Marshall: Well, most dreams are, Mary. It's just the dreaming that counts. Nobody gets exactly what he wants out of life. One of the first things you learn is to make compromises with your dreams.
Mary Marshall: But I'm not talking about palaces and rainbows, Aunt Sarah. I'm talking about a home. A home like this with a kitchen and a stove and an icebox, and a husband, and a child.
Mrs. Marshall: Yes, I have all that. Yet I used to dream about palaces and rainbows.
Mary Marshall: But you're happy.
Mrs. Marshall: Of course. Because I didn't hold out for too much. I accepted what I thought was second best and made that do. Oh, it's something that everybody learns sooner or later. You have to get used to accepting what you think is second best, and then you find out it's first best after all.More [04/07/2008 12:04:00]
[Dorothy enters kitchen, catching Laurel eavesdropping]
Laurel: I heard.
Dorothy: No kidding. I looked over and saw the shadow of two curious shoes under the kitchen door.
Laurel: Dorothy, this guy would go home with a gardening tool if it showed interest.More [05/03/2008 12:05:00]
Dolly Fletcher: [as Maynard carves up the corned beef] You think I did all right?
Maynard: You cooked this great. It cuts real fine!
Willy Grogan: [as Willy and Lew walk in the kitchen arguing about Rose's whereabouts] Let's get one thing settled, Lew. Exactly what time was it when you saw Rose leave the picnic?
Lew Nyack: I told you before, 6:30, quarter to 7, 10 to 7 - I didn't make a note of it.
Dolly Fletcher: [as Dolly and Lew munch on some of Maynard's corned beef] What's all the commotion about? She was with Galahad, wasn't she?
Willy Grogan: I know who she was with. And I'll tell you something else I know: It's 20 minutes to 9.
Dolly Fletcher: Could she be safer with the F.B.I.?
Willy Grogan: Which way were they going?
Lew Nyack: I told you that before too, back towards the village.
Willy Grogan: You sure?
Lew Nyack: Man, how could anybody not recognize that jalopy? It's the same color as a bloody nose!
Willy Grogan: Very funny. How would you like one?
Dolly Fletcher: Little father!More [05/25/2008 12:05:00]
Ira Lowenstein: This is what it's going to be like in the factories, too, I suppose, isn't it? "The men are back, Rosie, turn in your rivets." We told them it was their patriotic duty to get out of the kitchen and go to work; and now, when the men come back, we'll send them back to the kitchen.
Walter Harvey: What should we do - send the boys returning from WAR back to the kitchen?More [07/13/2008 12:07:00]
Count Olaf: Why aren't you orphans in the kitchen preparing dinner?
Violet Baudelaire: Dinner?
Count Olaf: It's the French word for the evening meal.More [07/15/2008 12:07:00]
Greta: Mr. Reede, several years ago a friend of mine had a burglar on her roof, a burglar. He fell through the kitchen skylight, landed on a cutting board, on a butcher's knife, cutting his leg. The burglar sued my friend, he sued my friend. And because of guys like you *he won*. My friend had to pay the burglar $6,000. Is that justice?
Fletcher: No!
[Greta looks pleased, but then Fletcher continues]
Fletcher: I'd have got him ten.
[Greta stalks off, appalled]More [07/15/2008 12:07:00]
Sam: Why don't you just go and beg some money off my Dad, so you can move into some place decent, with a real kitchen and a real bathroom.
George: I'd rather sell my nuts to a castrati.More [07/17/2008 12:07:00]
Nicky: Can I wash my winky in your kitchen sinky?More [07/31/2008 12:07:00]
I have a greater appreciation for kitchen appliances, having played one.More [08/07/2008 12:08:00]
Ginger - the Cook:
[looking at soldiers lined up to eat] What do you want?

Beans, you homely-looking son of a frog's leg! What do you think I want?

Ginger - the Cook:
[the men shout that they're hungry] Shut up! I'll feed you when you're all here.

We're all here now!

Ginger - the Cook:
Only half the company's here. Get the rest! Wake 'em up!

[the men laugh] I wish I could wake 'em up. There's 80 of us left. The rest is in dressin' stations or pushin' up daisies!

Ginger - the Cook:
[shocked] 80? And I cooked for 150!

All right, we'll have enough for once. Come on, dish out!

You mean you've cooked beans for 150?

[the cook nods]

And you've got bread for 150 and sausage for 150 and tobacco for 150?

Ginger - the Cook:
Everything. It's all wrong. I should have been notified!

What a feast! Everyone gets two issues!

[the waiting men shout]

[trying to keep order in the ranks] Get back in line! Get back in line!

Ginger - the Cook:
Oh, no, that woun't do. I can't give 80 men what's meant for 150.

[he starts to punch the cook but thinks better of it and tries to be persuasive] Listen, you drew rations for the Second Company, didn't yuh?

Ginger - the Cook:

All right, we're the Second Company!

[the men shout]

Ginger - the Cook:
I got my orders.

Albert Kropp:
[agreeing with Kat] That's right.

Paul Bäumer:
We're the Second Company and if only half of us get back, that's our good luck. Come on, dish it out!

Ginger - the Cook:
[the men shout] No!

[grabbing the cook by the throat] You're the yellowest baboon that ever drew a cook wagon, and you're scared, and it shows! All we want to hear out of you is one more little yip, and we'll cut yuh up and eat you raw! Why, you keep your kitchen so far back of the lines, we never get anything to eat until it's cold and we're asleep. Now, you low doen rat, get out, or we wreck the joint, so help me!

[the men shout]

Come on, give us some food!

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Mrs. Laurel:

Would you go to the kitchen and get the horse's radish?

Mrs. Laurel:
You go get it yourself. "Horse's radish"! Hmph!

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Joy Smythe:
Let's play hospital. I'll be the doctor, and you'll be the nurse. We'll get a big knife out of the kitchen and operate on your doll.

Shirley Blake:
I don't want Mary Lou to be operated on.

Joy Smythe:
I don't care. You have to play the way I want to.

Shirley Blake:
I don't, either.

Joy Smythe:
Yes, you do because this is my house and my yard and you're nothing but an old charity.

Shirley Blake:
I am not!

Joy Smythe:
Yes, you are because I heard my papa tell my mama so.

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Harry Kipper:
Now, Miranda, let's not quarrel. I'll only be here a few minutes.

Aunt Miranda Wilkins:
That's long enough for me.

Rebecca Winstead:
My, this is a fine boarding house.

Gwen Warren:
This is no boarding house, honey.

Rebecca Winstead:
But I thought everyone took in roomers.

Aunt Miranda Wilkins:
A fine environment you've given her!

Rebecca Winstead:
I want to have my environment fixed.

Aunt Miranda Wilkins:
I'll wager the child hasn't had a bit of food.

Rebecca Winstead:
Yes, I have. Uncle Harry bought me a candy bar.

Aunt Miranda Wilkins:
A candy bar? Gwen, take the child into the kitchen and get her something decent to eat.

Rebecca Winstead:
Oh, I can go myself. I'm very self-reliant.

Gwen Warren:
Well, I'm hungry too, so let's go together.

Rebecca Winstead:
My name's Rebecca Winstead. What's yours?

Gwen Warren:
Gwen Warren. We're cousins.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
It really was no miracle. What happened was just this -

[singing] The wind began to switch / The house, to pitch / And suddenly the hinges started to unhitch / Just then the Witch / To satisfy an itch / Went flying on her broomstick, thumbing for a hitch!

And, oh, what happened then was rich!

[singing] The house began to pitch / The kitchen took a slich / It landed on the Wicked Witch in the middle of a ditch / Which was not a happy situation for the Wicked Witch!

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Sidney Kidd:
Anyway, presented for the first time, quote: A wedding day inside mainline society.

Macaulay Connor:
Or what the kitchen maid saw through the keyhole. Unquote.

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Truant officer:
Duh - gee whiz. He hit me with everything but the kitchen sink.

Well, don't want to disappoint you, chum.

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I'm giving you two seconds to give me the dough, see?

Bugs Bunny:
Okay, okay! But first, I need you to close your eyes.

Yeah, why?

Bugs Bunny:
Because I don't want you to see where it's hid.

Oh, all right. I'll count to then but I want you to give me the dough, see?

Bugs Bunny:
Don't worry, brother. I will.

[as Rocky counts, Bugs goes to the kitchen and prepares a bowl of bread dough]

One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Now give it to me!

[Bugs hits Rocky on the face with the dough]

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Muriel Blandings:
I want it to be a soft green, not as blue-green as a robin's egg, but not as yellow-green as daffodil buds. Now, the only sample I could get is a little too yellow, but don't let whoever does it go to the other extreme and get it too blue. It should just be a sort of grayish-yellow-green. Now, the dining room. I'd like yellow. Not just yellow; a very gay yellow. Something bright and sunshine-y. I tell you, Mr. PeDelford, if you'll send one of your men to the grocer for a pound of their best butter, and match that exactly, you can't go wrong! Now, this is the paper we're going to use in the hall. It's flowered, but I don't want the ceiling to match any of the colors of the flowers. There's some little dots in the background, and it's these dots I want you to match. Not the little greenish dot near the hollyhock leaf, but the little bluish dot between the rosebud and the delphinium blossom. Is that clear? Now the kitchen is to be white. Not a cold, antiseptic hospital white. A little warmer, but still, not to suggest any other color but white. Now for the powder room - in here - I want you to match this thread, and don't lose it. It's the only spool I have and I had an awful time finding it! As you can see, it's practically an apple red. Somewhere between a healthy winesap and an unripened Jonathan. Oh, excuse me...

Mr. PeDelford:
You got that Charlie?

Charlie, Painter:
Red, green, blue, yellow, white.

Mr. PeDelford:

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Kip Lurie:
Well, good luck tomorrow, Amanda. I'm on your side, I guess you know that. You've got me so convinced, I may even go out and become a woman. Goodnight.


Adam Bonner:
And he wouldn't have far to go, either.

Amanda Bonner:

Adam Bonner:
What's a matter?

Kip Lurie:
[steps back into the kitchen and whispers] He can hear you.

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Berenice Sadie Brown:
[Frankie threatens her with a knife] Lay it down, Satan!

Frances 'Frankie' Addams:
[throws the knife into the kitchen door] I'm the world's greatest knife thrower.

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