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In studying mathematics or simply using a mathematical principle, if we get the wrong answer in sort of algebraic equation, we do not suddenly feel that there is an anti-mathematical principle that is luring us into the wrong answers.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Learning is acquired by reading books, but the much more necessary learning, the knowledge of the world, is only to be acquired by reading men, and studying all the various facets of them.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Seeing much, suffering much, and studying much, are the three pillars of learning.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We all learn best in our own ways. Some people do better studying one subject at a time, while some do better studying three things at once. Some people do best studying in structured, linear way, while others do best jumping around, surrounding a subject rather than traversing it. Some people prefer to learn by manipulating models, and others by reading.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
For the high achievers, studying gave them the pleasing, absorbing challenge o flow 40 percent of the hours they spent at it. But for low achievers, studying produced flow only 16 percent of the time; more often that not, it yielded anxiety, with the demands outreaching their abilitiesMore [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is nothing, Sir, too little for so little a creature as man. It is by studying little things that we attain the great art of having as little misery and as much happiness as possible.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In studying the way, realizing it is hard; once you have realized it, preserving it is hard. When you can preserve it, putting it into practice is hard.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Hedonic Engineering -- The human nervous system studying and improving itself: intelligence studying and improving intelligence. Why be depressed, dumb, and agitated when you can be happy, smart, and tranquil?More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I tell people I'm studying Ebonics.More [04/17/2006 12:04:00]
I started studying violin and studied it tor three years. I also played piano.More [06/24/2006 12:06:00]
That's my fun time so, to me, doing my homework, studying on what I do, watching the movies, listening to music, all that inspires me so I focus a lot on that and practice.More [08/12/2006 12:08:00]
I really didn't go out and party every night. That's me, I don't party like that. But it really was about the part. I was intensely studying and reading up on the script.More [09/14/2006 12:09:00]
I am working frantically hard rehearsing and studying a southern accent which I don't find difficult anyway.More [10/16/2006 12:10:00]
I had seen some theater and really loved it. So I began studying acting at the University of Oklahoma, and then I went on to CalArts for a couple of years.More [10/30/2006 12:10:00]
If I'm playing with Ozzy it's just a guitar thing. But with the vocals I feel like I'm studying for the SATs.More [11/15/2006 12:11:00]
Raphael: You guys must be studying the *abridged* book of Ninja fighting.
[Fights the Foot Soldiers with ease]
Raphael: I mean, come on, how do you guys expect to beat me?
[more and more Foot Soldiers arrive]
Raphael: Good answer. Good answer.More [03/20/2007 12:03:00]
Randal Graves: One semester we took criminology for God's sake! Criminology! Who the fuck are we studying to be, Batman?More [07/24/2007 12:07:00]
Palmer Joss: What are you studying up there?
Ellie Arroway: Oh, the usual. Nebulae, quasars, pulsars, stuff like that. What are you writing?
Palmer Joss: The usual. Nouns, adverbs, adjective here and there.More [08/01/2007 12:08:00]
Irv: You see Sanka, the driver has to work harder than anyone. He's the first to show up, and the last to leave. When his buddies are all out drinking beer, he's up in his room studying pictures of turns. You see, a driver must remain focused one hundred percent at all times. Not only is he responsible for knowing every inch of every course he races, he's also responsible for the lives of the other men in the sled. Now do you want that responsibility?
Sanka Coffie: I say we make Derice the driver.
Irv: So do I, Sanka. So do I.More [08/05/2007 12:08:00]
[Stan wants to quit football to study]
Delilah: You're not good at studying Stan, you're good at football. You should stick with what you're good at.
Stan: Yeah, I've always been good at football, and basketball, and every other sport I've tried. Maybe I should try something I'm not so good at, something different.
Delilah: And what am I supposed to do while you're on a yellow book quest for a brain?
Stan: What?
Delilah: The accepted social order is that head cheerleaders date star quarterbacks, not academic wannabees.
Stan: Don't be so superficial...
Delilah: Superficial... four syllables, that's really good Stan, you're on your way. Let me know how the cure for cancer goes.
Stan: I was hoping you'd be with me on this...More [10/26/2007 12:10:00]
Male Student: [after the beautiful female student has guessed 5 out of 5 cards right while he has "none"; actually he has one] What are you trying to prove here, anyway?
Dr. Peter Venkman: I'm studying the effects of negative reinforcement on ESP ability
Male Student: The effect? I'll tell you what the effect is, it's pissing me off!More [12/14/2007 12:12:00]
[Bond picks up a sandwich roll, studying it like a gadget]
Q: Don't touch that!
[Q snatches the roll off him]
Q: That's my lunch!More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Richard 'Data' Wang: [Falls through to ship's hold; group of Goonies ask if he's okay] Data's okay! Data's quite tired of falling and Data's tired of skeletons!
Brandon Walsh: Why didn't you use the stairs?
Richard 'Data' Wang: Use the stairs! Stairs! The stupid guys tell me to use the stairs when Data's falling. If Data's hurt, nobody cares anymore...
Mikey: [walks down the stairs] Data's okay...
Richard 'Data' Wang: Then some guy tells me I have stupid inventions. I've been spending months and months studying on them and inventing them. God!More [01/03/2008 12:01:00]
That was my childhood. I grew up with the monks, studying Sanskrit and meditating for hours in the morning and hours in the evening, and going once a day to beg for food.More [02/18/2008 12:02:00]
Charles Bonnet: What have I done? I've given the world a precious opportunity of studying and viewing the Cellini Venus.
Nicole Bonnet: Which is not by Cellini!
Charles Bonnet: Ahh, labels, labels. It's working with the Americans that's given you this obsession with labels and brand names. I wish you'd give up that ridiculous job.More [04/03/2008 12:04:00]
Betsy Brown: Barbara is awful smart. She reads great big books when she's not helping Pop run the hotel.
Roger Wendling: She does?
Betsy Brown: Yes, she told me she's studying how not to be an actress.
Roger Wendling: I see. Well, does she have any boyfriends?
Betsy Brown: Oh, yes, lots of them. There's Ole, the Martins, Jimmy and his Jazz Bandits...
Roger Wendling: No, I mean someone who takes her out to dinner. A sweetheart?
Betsy Brown: Oh, no. I guess she's just an old maid, like I was before you came along.More [07/29/2008 12:07:00]
Jerky:
You gettin' to be one of those hypochondicrats?



Leo:
Are you studying with that teacher, too?

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Gil:
Could I come down and see the body? I've never seen a dead body.



Lieutenant John Guild:
Why do you want to?



Gil:
Well, I've been studying psychopathic criminology and I have a theory. Perhaps this was the work of a sadist or a paranoiac. If I saw it I might be able to tell.



Lieutenant John Guild:
Yeah, that's a good idea. But don't you bother to come down - we'll bring the body right up to you.

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Lee Chan:
Oh, Mr. Moto?



Kentaro Moto:
Yes, Lee?



Lee Chan:
I though you would like to know I got a letter from Pop yesterday.



Kentaro Moto:
Oh, you did?



Lee Chan:
Mm-hmm. He sent his best to you.



Kentaro Moto:
Thank you. And, uh, how is your honorable father enjoying his homelife in beautiful Honolulu?



Lee Chan:
He seems fine, but he kind of worries about me. Y'see, I'm really supposed to be studying art here at the university... but gosh, I want to be a detective!



Kentaro Moto:
[chuckles] I understand. My parents wanted me to be an acrobat.

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Lucy:
What are you studying at school?



George:
College.



Lucy:
College.



George:
Oh, lots of useless guff.



Lucy:
Why don't you study some useful guff?



George:
What do you mean, useful?



Lucy:
Something you'd use later in your business or profession.



George:
I don't intend to go into any business or profession.



Lucy:
No?



George:
No.



Lucy:
Why not?



George:
Well, just look at them. That's a fine career for a man, isn't it? Lawyers, bankers, politicians. What do they ever get out of life, I'd like to know. What do they know about real things? What do they ever get?



Lucy:
What do you want to be?



George:
[fatuously] A yachtsman!


[Lucy reacts with astonishment]

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Mrs. Anne Hilton:
[journal entry to Tim voice over] I hope you'll think I was right, too, Tim, and that someday you'll be interested in reading this diary. And I hope you won't be too shocked when you hear that I'm actually training for work in a shipyard, of all places. Yes, tremendous changes have taken place in the pampered woman who was your wife. It's hard even for me to realize that I'm studying to be a lady welder. And doing very nicely, so it seems. Oh, Tim, I love it so, and I have such admiration for all these people. There's one woman I can't wait for you to meet. Her name is nothing like anything we ever heard at the country club. It's Zophia Koslowska, and she likes me because she thinks I helped her through a most awful and tragic loneliness.



Zofia Koslowska:
I wish my little boy had lived, so he could have seen America. I used to read to him about it every night when the shades were drawn and the sound of heavy boots marching down the street made my poor little Janka shake until I thought his bones would crack. And then we'd pray together that God would let us go to the fairyland across the sea. If only he could have been with me the day I went, all by myself, to the Statue of Liberty and read what it says there for the whole world to see. Do you know it? Anne Hilton, did you ever read it?



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
No. I'm sorry to say, I don't know it.



Zofia Koslowska:
Oh, I'll never forget it. I know it so well here


[points at her head]



Zofia Koslowska:
because I feel it so much here


[points at her chest]



Zofia Koslowska:
. It says, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door." You've helped light that lamp for me, Anne Hilton.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
[journal voice over] And then, Tim, she said the most thrilling thing that has ever been said to me. She said ...



Zofia Koslowska:
You are what I thought America was - what I meant when I prayed with little Janka.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
[journal voice over] And, as in my own small way I help here in the shipyards, I hope I may be worthy of her words, just as each night I pray that always I may be worthy of those other thrilling words... the first time and every time since that you've said, "I love you."

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[Dr. Mangrum and Mrs. Worth are discussing the recuperating Quirt Evans]



Dr. Mangrum:
Once, when I was studying medicine in Europe, I had a friend - an artist. He drew portraits of people and made them resemble the animals they reminded him of. He'd have drawn this man as a coiled cobra.



Mrs. Worth:
Ho ho ho, Doctor, you're analogy is terribly imperfect and your naturalism faulty. Cobras don't coil.

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Margo Channing:
She thinks only of me, doesn't she?



Birdie:
Well, let's say she thinks only about you, anyway.



Margo Channing:
How do you mean that?



Birdie:
I'll tell you how: like . . . like she's studying you, like you was a play or a book or a set of blueprints - how you walk, talk, eat, think, sleep-



Margo Channing:
I'm sure that's very flattering, Birdie. I'm sure there's nothing wrong with it.

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Dr. John Holden:
Joanna, let me tell you something about myself. When I was a kid, I used to walk down the street with the other kids and when we came to a ladder they'd all walk around it. I'd walk under it, just to see if anything would happen. Nothing ever did. When they'd see a black cat they'd run the other way to keep it from crossing their path. But I didn't. And all this ever did for me is make me wonder why, why people get so panicky about absolutely nothing at all. I've made a career studying it. Maybe just to prove one thing. That I'm not a superstitious sucker like ninety per cent of humanity.

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Marion Crane:
Wouldn't it be better if you put her... someplace.



Norman Bates:
You mean an institution? A madhouse?



Marion Crane:
No, I didn't mean it like...



Norman Bates:
[suddenly angry] People always call a madhouse "someplace", don't they? "Put her in someplace."



Marion Crane:
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to sound so uncaring.



Norman Bates:
What do you know about caring? Have you ever seen the inside of one of those places? The laughing, and the tears, and those cruel eyes studying you? My mother there?


[subdued tone]



Norman Bates:
Oh, but she's harmless. She's as harmless as one of those stuffed birds.



Marion Crane:
I tried to mean well.



Norman Bates:
People always mean well. They cluck their thick tongues, and shake their heads and suggest, oh, so very delicately.

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Cappy:
Can I ask you something, Professor? Are you studying these kids sex lives, or you getting involved in it?

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Head Elf:
Hermey! Aren't you finished painting that yet? There's a pile up a mile wide behind you! What's eating you?



Hermey:
Not happy with my work, I guess.



Head Elf:
What?



Hermey:
I just don't like to make toys.



Head Elf:
Oh well if that's all - What? You don't like to make toys?



Hermey:
No.



Head Elf:
Hermey doesn't like to make toys.



Elves:
Hermey doesn't like to make toys. Shame on you.



Head Elf:
Would you mind telling me what you do wanna do?



Hermey:
Well, some day I'd like to be a dentist.



Head Elf:
A dentist?



Hermey:
Well we need one up here. I've been studying molars and bicuspids and incisors...



Head Elf:
Now listen, you, you're an elf and elves make toys. Now get to work.

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Linus Van Pelt:
Well, I can understand how you feel. You worked hard, studying for the spelling bee, and I suppose you feel you let everyone down, and you made a fool of yourself and everything. But did you notice something, Charlie Brown?



Charlie Brown:
What's that?



Linus Van Pelt:
The world didn't come to an end.

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Archie:
I don't want you reading these books here. Anthropology?



Babysitter:
Yes, the study of man.



Archie:
Well I don't want you studying THIS man.

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Dr. Bernardo:
Here I'm studying premature ejaculation in a hippopotamus.



Victor Shakapopulis:
How often does that problem come up with a hippo?



Dr. Bernardo:
Here I'm forcing a man to have intercourse with a large rye bread. They're getting on famously! Here I'm going to take the brain of a lesbian and put it into the body of a man who works for the telephone company.



Victor Shakapopulis:
But why? What good will this do anybody?



Dr. Bernardo:
It'll show those fools who called me mad!

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Indian Girl:
I am studying Kant.



Barry McKenzie:
Same here, but I keep failing the practical.

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Roccaglio:
Somebody really made a mess of her belly - cut it up this long.


[holds up hands to depict size]



Roccaglio:
Really awesome.



Inspector Gianni Di Salvo:
You come up with the strangest choice of words sometimes.



Roccaglio:
I come up with my vocabulary by studying the Readers Digest

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Barnsby:
Now, look. Our experts have been studying that bridge for weeks, and they say it'll blow. I don't know where you learned your job, but I'm talking about the best construction engineers in the business!



Miller:
Yes. Well, they're probably experts at building things, whereas I'm an expert at blowing them up, and you can take it from me that one would need a good eight hours to make a decent job on that bridge.

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Joel:
Come back with me to the States. Your English is good. You're studying to be a teacher. I've taught you all the best dirty words. You can tutor French and live with me.

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[with Randi's help, and as Dr. Rumack looks on, Ted is studying the controls of Flight #209 and attempting, against all hope, to understand how in heaven do these blasted things work]



Elaine Dickinson:
Ted! What are you doing here? *You* can't fly this plane!



Ted Striker:
That's what I'm trying to *tell* these people!

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Larry Lee Bullen:
I got picked up for vagrancy - a misdemeanor. Next morning, the toilet's broke clean off the damn wall. There's six men in the cell, and they stick me with destruction of city property over $50. Felony number three.



Henry Brubaker:
Habitual. That judge gives you life for a toilet.



Larry Lee Bullen:
Yeah, or give me the toilet for life. Same difference. Anyhow; here I am shoveling shit for dead men.



Henry Brubaker:
Instead, how'd you like to be a trustee, and run my motorpool?



Larry Lee Bullen:
Mr. Brubaker, I've been studying you since you first come in. And it's come clear to me that you are one weird fucking individual. I ain't got you figgered out yet - whether you're a good thing or a bad one.



Henry Brubaker:
Does that mean you'll run my motorpool?



Larry Lee Bullen:
[whistles] Wear them khakis? Get me a guitar? Be the warden's new boy?



Henry Brubaker:
No, you're smarter than that.



Larry Lee Bullen:
The whole world's fucked up, Mr. Brubaker. Ain't no use.

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Roy:
[grabbing Sebastian] If we don't find help soon, Pris hasn't got long to live. We can't allow that.


[Roy goes to the chess board, studying the game in progress]



Roy:
Is he good?



J.F. Sebastian:
Who?



Roy:
Your opponent.



J.F. Sebastian:
Oh, Dr. Tyrell? I've only beaten him once in chess. He's a genius! He designed you.



Roy:
Maybe he could help.



J.F. Sebastian:
I'd be happy to mention it to him.



Roy:
[smiles and puts his hand on Sebastian's shoulder] Better if I talk to him in person. But I understand he's a sort of hard man to get to.


[Pris wraps her legs and arms around Sebastian]



J.F. Sebastian:
Yes.



Roy:
Will you help us?



J.F. Sebastian:
I can't.



Pris:
We need you, Sebastian. You're our best and only friend.

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Curly:
I'm studying to be supervisor



Jim Craig:
[to Curly] Studying to be stupid.

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Yentl:
If we don't have to hide my studying from God, then why from the neighbors?



Yentl's Father:
Why? Because I trust God will understand. I'm not so sure about the neighbors.

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Jordan:
I never sleep, I don't know why. I had a roommate and I drove her nuts, I mean really nuts, they had to take her away in an ambulance and everything. But she's okay now, but she had to transfer to an easier school, but I don't know if that had anything to do with being my fault. But listen, if you ever need to talk or you need help studying just let me know, 'cause I'm just a couple doors down from you guys and I never sleep, okay?

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Garry:
Where'd your parents go anyway?



Wyatt:
Cincinnati. They're meeting the guy my sister wants to marry.



Garry:
Chloe? Who the hell would want to marry Chloe?



Wyatt:
He's studying to be a vet.


[He grimaces slightly, wondering if that has anything to do with it]

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Joe Fisk:
So... what... studying to be a nun?



Lisa Taylor:
No. Are you studying to be a crook?

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[Walter is studying quantum physics]



Walter:
Why do I want a Ph.D. in this?



Catherine:
Particle beam weapons, research grants...



Walter:
A millionaire when I'm forty! Now I remember!

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Man in Black:
All right. Where is the poison? The battle of wits has begun. It ends when you decide and we both drink, and find out who is right... and who is dead.



Vizzini:
But it's so simple. All I have to do is divine from what I know of you: are you the sort of man who would put the poison into his own goblet or his enemy's? Now, a clever man would put the poison into his own goblet, because he would know that only a great fool would reach for what he was given. I am not a great fool, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you. But you must have known I was not a great fool, you would have counted on it, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me.



Man in Black:
You've made your decision then?



Vizzini:
Not remotely. Because iocane comes from Australia, as everyone knows, and Australia is entirely peopled with criminals, and criminals are used to having people not trust them, as you are not trusted by me, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you.



Man in Black:
Truly, you have a dizzying intellect.



Vizzini:
Wait til I get going! Now, where was I?



Man in Black:
Australia.



Vizzini:
Yes, Australia. And you must have suspected I would have known the powder's origin, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me.



Man in Black:
You're just stalling now.



Vizzini:
You'd like to think that, wouldn't you? You've beaten my giant, which means you're exceptionally strong, so you could've put the poison in your own goblet, trusting on your strength to save you, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of you. But, you've also bested my Spaniard, which means you must have studied, and in studying you must have learned that man is mortal, so you would have put the poison as far from yourself as possible, so I can clearly not choose the wine in front of me.



Man in Black:
You're trying to trick me into giving away something. It won't work.



Vizzini:
IT HAS WORKED! YOU'VE GIVEN EVERYTHING AWAY! I KNOW WHERE THE POISON IS!



Man in Black:
Then make your choice.



Vizzini:
I will, and I choose - What in the world can that be?



Vizzini:
[Vizzini gestures up and away from the table. Roberts looks. Vizzini swaps the goblets]



Man in Black:
What? Where? I don't see anything.



Vizzini:
Well, I- I could have sworn I saw something. No matter.First, let's drink. Me from my glass, and you from yours.



Man in Black, Vizzini:
[they drink ]



Man in Black:
You guessed wrong.



Vizzini:
You only think I guessed wrong! That's what's so funny! I switched glasses when your back was turned! Ha ha! You fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders! The most famous is never get involved in a land war in Asia, but only slightly less well-known is this: never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha...



Vizzini:
[Vizzini stops suddenly, and falls dead to the right]



Buttercup:
And to think, all that time it was your cup that was poisoned.



Man in Black:
They were both poisoned. I spent the last few years building up an immunity to iocane powder.

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Christy Wills:
Just tell me one more time what your solution is to this crisis.



Brantley Foster:
We don't cut, we expand.


[the waitress, Sheila, arrives]



Sheila:
I agree. Expansion is a positive reaction to the universe, while retraction, or cutting back, or pulling off, those are all negative forces. I used to be very negative, and then I took this personality workshop - my whole life turned around. Hiya, my name's Sheila. You make a good-looking couple - how long you been going together?



Brantley Foster:
About 20 minutes.



Sheila:
Ohhhhh, first date, huh? Good luck.



Christy Wills:
No, we're business colleagues.



Sheila:
Colleagues, who needs that? You should go together. You look good together. - Oh, oh, d'you want to order?



Brantley Foster:
Yeah, we need to see some menus, Sheila.



Sheila:
Menus! I'm sorry. - I'm studying to be an actress. I'm a much better actress than I am a waitress. Concentration, that's my big problem. I'll be right back.



Brantley Foster:
Well, Sheila's in favor of expansion.



Christy Wills:
We should bring her to our next executive meeting. I think Art Thomas would like her a lot.



Brantley Foster:
Sheila is also in favor of us seeing each other.



Christy Wills:
Yes, well, Sheila is clearly a nut.



Sheila:
[from across the room] I heard that! You should try to be more positive with your life, or you're gonna wind up miserable.

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Ray Combs:
Thank you. Thank you so much and welcome to Family Feud. I'm Ray Combs, the new host of the show. Happy birthday America. Let me say that first of all its a pleasure to be with you. Today we're going to see two wonderful families battle it out for family honor on their way to five thousand dollars, with a chance for five thousand dollars, but I want you to know that I'm excited about being on CBS and hosting this show. I have been studying all the great CBS shows. I think I'm prepared so if you're ready let's have the first item up for bids.

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Joel:
Okay, my little robot friends, but we only pass this way once. This is called "The Godzilla Genealogy Bop." Will you hit it, Professor Cambot? In order to know Godzilla, we've gotta look into his past.



Crow T. Robot:
You know studying genealogy is gonna be a blast!



Joel:
Ahh, you've got it, little robot pal, we're swinging into high.



Tom Servo:
C'mon, let's cut to the chase, ya couple of geeks, and get to the family tree!



Joel:
Well, it started with a nuclear blast and pets that were released.



Crow T. Robot, Tom Servo:
Oh, like baby alligators and other nasty beasts?



Joel:
The fusion reaction caused them to grow a thousand times their size.



Crow T. Robot:
Well, that explains Godzilla's attractive tail and thunderous thighs!



Joel:
Right. Now you're getting it little buddy, but now we must move on. Godzilla's not the only one to benefit from the A-Bomb.



Tom Servo:
Yeah, look! There's Auntie Ness of Scotland's loch! They were married in the spring. And their first born was Godzookie, and now we begin to sing...



Crow T. Robot:
Godzookie went to Hollywood, an agent to the stars. He had an affair with Lorna Luft and smoked those big cigars!



Tom Servo:
And out of the lusty Luft affair Ron Pearlman resulted. Hmm.



Joel:
You know, surgery was considered for him, but nobody was consulted. Oh, I did it again.



Crow T. Robot:
Then Ron met Yoko Ono and they began to spawn. A couple of hundred horrible things as green as Forest Lawn.



Tom Servo:
There they are: There's Kermit the Frog, the Swamp Thing, Hulk and Ernest Borgnine, too!



Crow T. Robot:
But Ernest Borgnine isn't green!



Tom Servo:
Well you put him on a boat and he is!



Joel
, Crow T. Robot:
What?



Tom Servo:
Hey! Who's that down at the bottom, a-wallowing in his shame?



Crow T. Robot:
Oh that's just Steve Guttenberg of Police Academy fame.



Tom Servo:
Huh.



Joel:
To wrap it up, the worst mutation...



Crow T. Robot:
No, you don't suppose?



Tom Servo:
Oh, yes it is! The horror of horrors!



Joel
, Crow T. Robot, Tom Servo:
KARL MALDEN'S NOSE!

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Trudi:
Sheila has been studying the art of conversation.



Harris:
Oh, you're taking a course in conversation?



Sheila:
Yes.


[long pause]

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SanDeE*:
I'm studying to be a spokesmodel.



Harris:
What is, what is a spokesmodel?



SanDeE*:
Um, it's just a model who speaks, you know, and she points at things like merchandise, you know, like a car or washer and dryer. Sometimes it's something really small, you know, like, like a book or fine art print.



Harris:
They have classes for that?



SanDeE*:
Yeah, 'cause it's a lot harder than it looks.

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Zeke:
This is my brother's Ritalin. Ritalin's good for studying math or science, just don't try to write English papers on it or it won't make any sense. Enjoy that.

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