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In that sweet mood when pleasant thoughts bring sad thoughts to the mind.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Nothing lifts me out of a bad mood better than a hard workout on my treadmill. It never fails. To us, exercise is nothing short of a miracle.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A free-enterprise economy depends only on markets, and according to the most advanced mathematical macroeconomic theory, markets depend only on moods: specifically, the mood of the men in the pinstripes, also known as the Boys on the Street. When the Boys are in a good mood, the market thrives; when they get scared or sullen, it is time for each one of us to look into the retail apple business.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There are good and bad times, but our mood changes more often than our fortune.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Whenever, at a party, I have been in the mood to study fools, I have always looked for a great beauty: they always gather round her like flies around a fruit stall.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It is necessary to write, if the days are not to slip emptily by. How else, indeed, to clap the net over the butterfly of the moment? for the moment passes, it is forgotten; the mood is gone; life itself is gone. That is where the writer scores over his fellows: he catches the changes of his mind on the hop. Growth is exciting; growth is dynamic and alarming. Growth of the soul, growth of the mind.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Shakespeare, Leonardo Da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, and Lincoln never saw a movie, heard a radio, or looked at a TV They had loneliness and knew what to do with it. They were not afraid of being lonely because they knew that was when the creative mood in them would mark.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The grief of the keen is no personal complaint for the death of one woman over eighty years, but seems to contain the whole passionate rage that lurks somewhere in every native of the island. In this cry of pain the inner consciousness of the people seems to lay itself bare for an instant, and to reveal the mood of beings who feel their isolation in the face of a universe that wars on them with winds and seas.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It has ever been since time began, and ever will be, till time lose breath, that love is a mood --no more --to man, and love to a woman is life or death.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Although there is a great deal of controversy among scientists about the effects of ingested food on the brain, no one denies that you can change your cognition and mood by what you eat.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Ron Burgundy: Let's go to Brian Fantana who's live on the scene with a Channel 4 News exclusive. Brian?
Brian Fantana: Panda Watch! The mood is tense; I have been on some serious, serious reports but nothing quite like this. I uh... Ching... King is inside right now. I tried to get an interview with him, but they said no, you can't do that he's a live bear, he will literally rip your face off.
[to the Panda]
Brian Fantana: Hey, you're making me look stupid! Get out of here, Panda Jerk!More [08/28/2005 12:08:00]
Buddy: What sort of mood do you have to be in for that?
Daphne: Depressed.
Buddy: And what, being groped by a dozen guys at a bachelor party cheers you up?
Daphne: They're harmless... it's just...
Buddy: What?
Daphne: I know what it's like to be the popular girl for an hour.
Buddy: Daphne...
Daphne: This...
Buddy: Today?
Daphne: All of it, every time... makes me... less invested with life at school, or even at home. It's... mine. Just mine. And because of it I don't have to play the game. I don't have to pretend to be friends with people that I hate. I don't need to rely on anyone, not even my parents. It's a little bit of a "fuck you" that helps me get through the day.More [10/14/2005 12:10:00]
Lidia: You didn't even go on into Lipnicki's property. I'm the one who got everything. And quit nigger-lippin' my smoke. Give it here.
Elvadine: Excuuuuse me? What the hell you just say?
Lidia: Give me my smoke. What?
Elvadine: You know what. Girl, you'd better get outta my face.
Lidia: You call your friends that.
Elvadine: How I calls my kin ain't none of your business.
Amber: Ooh-ooh, it's a fight! What'd I miss?
Lidia: I'm sorry.
Amber: What's she sorry fo'?
Elvadine: I think you have somethin' that belongs to me - my mood ring.
Lidia: Where's my pukka shell necklace?
Elvadine: I'll see who gets it!
Lidia: Look, I said I was sorry.
Elvadine: My mama said I don't hafta hang out with nobody who degrades me that-a-way, even if they is my best girl.
Elvadine: But I'm gonna let it go this time. But you're on probation, and don't think I'm gonna forget about it neither. Now put your eyes back in your head and let's go.More [11/26/2005 12:11:00]
Robbie: Now let's cut the stupid cake because I know the fat guy's gonna have a heart attack if we don't eat again soon. And while we do that here's a little mood music for you.More [12/18/2005 12:12:00]
I don't find any kind of tension very productive, ... I find it destructive, actually. I think this record was made despite the mood in our camp, and that something very productive came out of it, which came as a surprise.More [03/20/2006 12:03:00]
To understand me, you have to meet me and be around me. And then only if I'm in a good mood - don't meet me in a bad mood.More [03/22/2006 12:03:00]
The beef, venison and elk vibrations of my first 22 years were still very much controlling the nature of my day-to-day activities. Arthritis was my morning wake-up call, mood swings between ecstasy and despair my daily state of mind, and Scotch my release from it all.More [05/03/2006 12:05:00]
Research has shown that even small amounts of processed food alter the chemical balance in our brain and cause negative mood swings along with noticeable dips ill energy.More [09/14/2006 12:09:00]
I believe the director is the one that sets the mood and if you have this hysterical director it's a domino effect. I would work for him forever, for nothing. Don't tell my agent that.More [01/14/2007 12:01:00]
[the Fockers' outgoing message]
Bernie Focker: Hello, you've reached the Fockers. We're not around, so leave us a message. Goodbye. Roz, how the hell do you shut this thing off?
Roz Focker: I have no idea. Just press a button.
Bernie Focker: All right, I'm pretty sure it's off. Honey, you want a chimichanga?
Roz Focker: I thought they give you gas.
Bernie Focker: A little bit, but it's worth it.
Roz Focker: Yeah, worth it for you, but I'm the one that gets the fumes.
Bernie Focker: Honey, I'm in the mood for a chimichanga!
Roz Focker: So make a chimichang...
[beep]More [02/23/2007 12:02:00]
Count Vladislaus Dracula: There, there, my lovelies. Do not worry, I shall find another bride.
[Dracula's brides are appalled]
Aleera: What? Do we mean so little to you?
Verona: Have you no heart?
Count Vladislaus Dracula: No! I have no heart, I feel no love. Nor fear, nor joy, nor sorrow. I am hollow... and I will live forever.
Aleera: Oh, my lord...
Verona: It is not so bad.
[Dracula's mood changes on a dime, and he begins to laugh]
Count Vladislaus Dracula: I'm at war with the world! And every living soul in it! But soon... the final battle will begin.More [03/14/2007 12:03:00]
Denethor: [to Faramir, about his loyalty] Ever you desire to appear lordly and gracious as a king of old. Boromir would have remembered his father's need. He would have brought me a kingly gift.
Faramir: Boromir would not have brought the Ring. He would have stretched out his hand to this thing, and taking it, he would have fallen.
Denethor: You know nothing of this matter!
Faramir: He would have kept it for his own! And when he returned, you would not have known your son.
Denethor: [jumping up angrily] Boromir was loyal to me! Not some wizard's pupil!
[Denethor cries and falls back into his chair; Faramir approaches him]
Faramir: Father?
[Denethor looks over Faramir's shoulder and smiles]
Denethor: My son!
[an image of Boromir appears behind Faramir. Boromir smiles and then the image fades. Denethor is left looking at Faramir. His mood shifts back to anger]
Denethor: Leave me!
[Faramir hesitates and departs]More [03/21/2007 12:03:00]
Wallace: [Falling down bed into hole] I'm in the mood for food!
[Wallace gets stuck in the hole]
Wallace: Uh, Gromit old pal, it happened again. I'll need assistance.
[Gromit slowly walks towards a switch cleverly marked "assistance" and pulls it. Camera then shows that a giant hammer comes out of Wallace's wardrobe and hits Wallace on the head]
Wallace: Ouch!More [05/16/2007 12:05:00]
The Girl in the Ferrari: It's too bad you're married... I'm in the mood for some fun!More [05/22/2007 12:05:00]
Raoul Duke: Those of us that had been up all night were in no mood for coffee and donuts, we wanted strong drink. We were, after all, the absolute cream of the national sporting press.More [06/12/2007 12:06:00]
Dr. Peter Blood: It seems that you're continually doing me favors. Faith, I don't know why.
Arabella Bishop: Neither do I. Yes I do. It's because you're so very grateful and always thank me so prettily.
Dr. Peter Blood: Sure now, you don't blame me for resenting you and your favors.
Arabella Bishop: This is interesting. I've had men tell me they had reasons for admiring me... and some few have even laid claims to reasons for loving me. But for a man to store up reasons for resenting me... how refreshing! You must tell me a few of them.
Dr. Peter Blood: First, is reason enough: you bought me. I've had no lack of experiences in my time; but to be bought and sold was a new one. I was in no mood to thank my purchaser.
Arabella Bishop: That I can understand. Go on.
Dr. Peter Blood: I've resented you because your name's Bishop. My thoughts have lumped you with your uncle. How was I to know, be dad, that a devil could have... that a devil could have an angel for a niece.
Arabella Bishop: From a resentful man that is a pretty fair compliment.More [07/08/2007 12:07:00]
Banky Edwards: I just have to get something.
[Pulls out a huge stack of porno books]
Holden: Oh my God. Who are you, Larry fucking Flynt? What are you going to do with all of those?
Banky Edwards: Read the articles. What do you think I'm going to do with them? They're stroke books, stupid!
Holden: You've got like thirty books there! We're only going to be gone for two days!
Banky Edwards: Variety's the spice of life. I like a wide selection. Sometimes I'm in the mood for nasty close-ups, sometimes I like them arty and air-brushed. Sometimes it's a spread brown-eye kind of night, sometimes it's girl-on-girl time. Sometimes a steamy letter will do it, sometimes - not often, but sometimes - I like the idea of a chick with a horse.More [07/11/2007 12:07:00]
Freddie: [teasing surly catcher Ray Schalk] Hey, Ray, Swede and me have a bet. I told him that everyone smiles and is in a good mood sometimes; even you.
Ray Schalk: Go piss up a rope.More [10/06/2007 12:10:00]
Jean Lundegaard: [chopping vegetables] Hiya, hon! Welcome back! How was Fargo?
Jerry Lundegaard: Yah, real good now.
Jean Lundegaard: Dad's here.
[Jerry's mood changes as he hears this news]
Jerry Lundegaard: Is he stayin' for supper then?
Jean Lundegaard: I dunno... I think so. Dad?
Wade Gustafson: What?
Jean Lundegaard: [thick Minnesota accent] You stayin' for supperrrrr?
Wade Gustafson: Yah!More [10/30/2007 12:10:00]
Peg: Hi, Mitzi.
[Peg notices that Mitzi is upset]
Peg: Oh, the boss in a bad mood again?
Mitzi: Bad? He never felt better. His favorite girl came back.
Peg: Oh, I thought you were.
Mitzi: I just found out I've been understudying the part. Oh, in my next life, I hope I'm not a girl. I could never go through that again.More [11/26/2007 12:11:00]
Patricia Ann Bradley: I'm in the mood for a little vivisection.More [12/02/2007 12:12:00]
Egon: [talking about the mood slime after the yelling at it] We're running tests to see if we can get an equally strong positive response
Ray: We sing to it, talk to it, say caring supportive things to it.
Peter Venkman: You're not *sleeping * with it, are you Ray?
[Ray shakes his head; Egon looks embarrassed]
Peter Venkman: [noticing Egon, teasingly] You hound.
Winston: It's always the quiet ones.
[shakes head in disbelief]More [12/18/2007 12:12:00]
Mallory: You think you've been getting away with it all this time, standing by. Well, son... your bystanding days are over! You're in it now, up to your neck! They told me that you're a genius with explosives. Start proving it!
[gesturing with his pistol]
Mallory: You got me in the mood to use this thing, and by God, if you don't think of something, I'll use it on you! I mean it.More [01/16/2008 12:01:00]
Caller: [the objective is to correctly name all 8 of Santa's reindeer] Um Randy, Germaine, Tito...
DJ: Nope, not even close. Sorry. Perhaps this song will put us all in the mood to get this thing right.More [05/07/2008 12:05:00]
And being as I'm somebody who loves movies like The Machinist, I also love going along to big mass entertainment movies. I get in the mood for all kinds of movies, and so I like to try each of them.More [05/16/2008 12:05:00]
Tom: Maybe we should just have sex.
Sarah: Call me crazy, but I'm not in the mood to make love to you.More [05/19/2008 12:05:00]
Ellen Powell:
Di, I am in no mood for any of your smart remarks!

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Owen O'Malley:
O.J., I'm in no mood for a lot of fuzzy lamentations.

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Charlie Chan:
Holiday mood like fickle girl - privileged to change mind.

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The Frisco Doll:
[singing] I'm an Occidental woman in an Oriental mood for love...

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[longer introduction to "Night On Bald Mountain" and "Ave Maria"]



Narrator:
The last number in our Fantasia program is a combination of two pieces of music so utterly different in construction and mood that they set each other off perfectly. The first is 'A Night On Bald Mountain' by one of Russia's greatest composers, Modest Mussorgsky. The second is Franz Schubert's world-famous "Ave Maria". Musically and dramatically, we have here a picture of the struggle between the profane and the sacred. "Bald Mountain" according to tradition, is the gathering place of Satan and his followers. Here, on Walpurgnisnacht, which is the equivalent of our own Halloween, the creatures of evil gather to worship their master. Under his spell, they dance furiously until the coming of dawn and the sounds of church bells send the infernal army slinking back into their abodes of darkness. And then we hear the "Ave Maria", with its message of the triumph of hope and life over the powers of despair and death.

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[last lines]



Narrator:
[introducing A Night on Bald Mountain] The last number in our Fantasia program is a combination of two pieces of music so utterly different in construction and mood that they set each other off perfectly... Musically and dramatically, we have here a picture of the struggle between the profane and the sacred.

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[while singing "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", Uncle Remus is interrupted by the sound of a hammer pounding nails. He goes to investigate; he sees Brer Rabbit nailing boards to the door to his Briar Patch home]



Brer Rabbit:
Doggone ol' Briar Patch! Doggone place like this. Doggone...



Uncle Remus:
Hmm. Uh, howdy, Brer Rabbit.



Brer Rabbit:
[stops hammering; stammering] Who's that callin' my name?


[He sees Remus]



Brer Rabbit:
Oh, uh, uh, hello, Uncle Remus.



Uncle Remus:
Appears to me that you's in a powerful bad mood to go to the party.



Brer Rabbit:
[trying to board up his door] But I ain't goin' to no party, 'cause I ain't gonna be here. I'm gonna leave this ol' place.



Uncle Remus:
You mean you's leavin' your old Briar Patch?



Brer Rabbit:
[nailing board] That I is.



Uncle Remus:
The place where you was born and raised?



Brer Rabbit:
[nailing another board] That I is.



Uncle Remus:
You mean you's leavin' for good?



Brer Rabbit:
[nailing a third board] That I...


[He accidentally hits his thumb with his hammer and drops it]



Brer Rabbit:
Ow! Now see there? That ol' Briar Patch ain't brought me nothin' but trouble...


[He kicks the hammer, only to hurt his foot]



Brer Rabbit:
Ow! And more trouble. This is where my trouble is and this is the place I belongs away from.



Uncle Remus:
Don't you know you can't run away from trouble?



Brer Rabbit:
[chuckling; picks up knapsack] Where I'm goin', there ain't gonna be no trouble.



Uncle Remus:
There ain't no place that far.



Brer Rabbit:
Well... just the same I done made up my mind. And I never comin' back again.


[sadly; holds out hand]



Brer Rabbit:
Well, so long, Uncle Remus.



Uncle Remus:
[shaking Brer Rabbit's hand] I sure hope you knows what you's doin'.



Brer Rabbit:
[chuckling] Don't worry 'bout me. I can take care of myself.


[Brer Rabbit hops away, whistling "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah"]

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[Ward has arrived home from work and is reading the mail in the living room, unbeknownst to June and Wally who have just come down the stairs]



June Cleaver:
Now Wally, I want you to go in the living room and pick up those orange peels that you left on the coffee table. If your father comes home and sees them he'll be in a terrible mood all through dinner.



Wally Cleaver:
Yeah, I don't want him hollerin' at me again.


[June sees Ward in the living room]



June Cleaver:
[sheepishly] Hello Dear. I was upstairs, I didn't know you were home.



Ward Cleaver:
Oh yes, the monster has returned to his cave.

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Dr. John 'Doc' Holliday:
[after shooting a few antagonists] Anybody else want to try their luck?



Wyatt Earp:
[Herding the arrested cowboys to jail] Get moving! - Keep moving, all of ya!



Johnny Ringo:
[Holding his wounded arm] All right, Doc.


[In a threatening tone]



Johnny Ringo:
We ain't finished yet!



Dr. John 'Doc' Holliday:
You would have been, but I felt in a charitable mood tonight.

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Paula Trent:
I've never seen you in this mood before.



Jeff Trent:
I guess that's because I've never been in this mood before.

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Vivian:
What would frighten me to death? Set the mood for me, Mark.



Mark Lewis:
Imagine... someone coming towards you... who wants to kill you... regardless of the consequences.



Vivian:
A madman?



Mark Lewis:
Yes. But he knows it - and you don't.

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California Charlie:
I'm in no mood for trouble.



Marion Crane:
What?



California Charlie:
There's an old saying, "First customer of the day is always the trouble!" But like I say, I'm in no mood for it, so I'm gonna treat you so fair and square that you won't have one human reason to give me...



Marion Crane:
Can I trade my car in and take another?



California Charlie:
Do anything you've a mind to. Bein' a woman, you will. That yours?



Marion Crane:
Yes, it's just that - there's nothing wrong with it. I just...



California Charlie:
Sick of the sight of it! Well, why don't you have a look around here and see if there's somethin' that strikes your eyes, and meanwhile I'll have my mechanic give yours the once over. You want some coffee? I was just about...



Marion Crane:
No, thank you. I'm in a hurry. I just want to make a change, and...



California Charlie:
One thing people never oughtta be when they're buyin' used cars, and that's in a hurry. But like I said, it's too nice a day to argue. I'll uh - shoot your car in the garage here.

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Doreen:
You know the girl at our firm?



Arthur Seaton:
Which one?



Doreen:
You know, Tina, the one in the photo.



Arthur Seaton:
What about her?



Doreen:
She got married yesterday, she looked ever so nice.



Arthur Seaton:
What was the bloke like, could you smell the drink? They must've been drunk to get married.



Doreen:
You're in a rotten mood today.



Arthur Seaton:
I lost 5 quid at the races.



Doreen:
Serves you right, you shouldn't waste your money.



Arthur Seaton:
It's not wasted, I enjoy betting.



Doreen:
I don't care what you do with your money, its 'nowt to do with me.



Arthur Seaton:
Well, stop telling me off then.



Doreen:
I'm not telling you off, you don't think I'm bothered about you like that do you?



Arthur Seaton:
That's not what you said in the pictures just now.



Doreen:
You're a pig, bringing it up like that.

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Ed Cunningham:
Hey! How come you speak perfect English all of a sudden?



Dr. Lao:
[no accent] Oh, it comes and goes. Whatever dialect the mood requires.



Ed Cunningham:
Oh, it just comes and goes?



Dr. Lao:
[thick Chinese accent] Whassa matta you? Alla time asking silly questions! Wise guy!

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Marnie Edgar:
Are you still in the mood for killing?

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Mrs. Ann Anderson:
Here's something else you must remember: husbands like to be alone once in awhile.



Jennie Anderson:
Why?



Mrs. Ann Anderson:
You never know why, but I can always tell when James wants to be alone. A mood comes over him. I can always see it in his eyes before it gets there. I don't know where the mood comes from or why, but that's when I leave him alone. It seems sometimes things get so fickle in a man that he comes to feel that everything is closing in on him - and that's when he wants to be left alone. You understand, don't you?



Jennie Anderson:
No!

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Ingrid Randall:
Be careful Gregory, be extremely careful about what you say! I haven't had my coffee yet, and I'm in no mood for stupid, irresponsible remarks.



Gregory Benson:
Oh.

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Sam:
He's in a funky mood today.



Hymie Kelly:
Well, you know that pattern, every time he starts a new picture, snarly Fane, the boy-faced dog.

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Rose Scott:
Sometin's ailin' you, Reeve.



Reeve Scott:
No, Mama.



Rose Scott:
Well, sometin's hasn't changed your mood since breakfast. Tell me.



Reeve Scott:
Mama, you better dan anyo' dat radar dey had out in de Souf Pacific.



Rose Scott:
I don' know nothin' 'bout radar, but I know when sometin's plaguin' ma chile.

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Tiger Tanaka:
[discussing Osato Chemicals' supertanker, the Ning Po, which is known to be smuggling rocket fuel] We shadowed the Ning Po to the outer islands.



Aki:
It was very dark. Hard to see her all the time.



Tiger Tanaka:
But we know she stopped somewhere. Look at these photos.


[Tiger hands James photos of the Ning Po]



Aki:
Look at the water line.



James Bond:
[noticing the higher water line of the ship in seperate photos] You're right. Fully laden here, and empty here.



James Bond:
[getting up] I want to take a look at the island now. Is Little Nellie here?



Tiger Tanaka:
Yes. And her father.


[James, Aki, and Tiger enter a nearby garage where an agitated and sweating Q is waiting]



James Bond:
[sarcastically] Welcome to Japan, Dad. Is my little girl hot and ready?



Q:
[annoyed] Look, 007, I've had a long and tiring journey, probably to no purpose, so I'm in no mood for juvenile quips.

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Paxton Quigley:
You have nice hair - it fits the mood of your butt.


[to Tobey]

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Veronica Smalls:
Hello, last week on "Party Hints" I showed you how to make a small plate of goulash go round 26 people, how to get the best out of your canapés, and how to unblock your loo. This week I'm going to tell you what to do if there is an armed communist uprising near your home when you're having a party. Well obviously it'll depend how far you've got with your party when the signal for Red Revolt is raised. If you're just having preliminary aperitifs - Dubonnet, a sherry or a sparkling white wine - then the guests will obviously be in a fairly formal mood and it will be difficult to tell which are the communist agitators. So the thing to do is to get some cloth and some bits of old paper, put it down on the floor, and shoot everybody. This will deal with the Red Menace on your own doorstep. If you're having canapés, as I showed you last week, or an outdoor barbecue, then the thing to do is set fire to all the houses in the street. This will stir up anti-communist hatred and your neighbours will be right with you as you organize counter-revolutionary terror. So you see, if you act promptly enough, any left-wing uprising can be dealt with by the end of the party. Bye!

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Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt:
[to an unhappy Charlie Brown] Listen, you can't let yourself get into a mood like this. I know you miss Snoopy. I miss him, too. But if you let yourself get into a mood, no one will want to be around you. No one likes a moody person, Chuck. Take it from me: I learned a long time ago that if you go around in a mood feeling sorry for yourself, you do it alone. And I mean *alone*, Chuck.

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John "Jack" Abbott, Jr. #2:
[the Abbott's are having breakfast together] Gee, Gloria you sure are in a chipper mood today.



Gloria Fisher Abbott #2:
Well, I actually have some good news that I'm very excited about but I don't know if you'd all be interested...



Ashley Abbott Carlton:
Good news is in short supply these days. What's your news?



John Abbott #2:
Ashley's right, What's your news, Gloria?



Gloria Fisher Abbott #2:
Ok, then, the news is that my son is engaged to marry Lauren Fenmore and I just couldn't be any more thrilled. There, that's it.


[John, Jack, Phyllis and Ashley all sit and stare at Gloria in silence]



Gloria Fisher Abbott #2:
Well, aren't you all going to say anything?

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