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I review novels to make money, because it is easier for a sluggard to write an article a fortnight than a book a year, because the writer is soothed by the opiate of action, the crank by posing as a good journalist, and having an air hole. I dislike it. I do it and I am always resolving to give it up.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A bad review is even less important than whether it is raining in Patagonia.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Five daily newspapers arrive in my California driveway. The New York times and the Wall Street Journal are supplemented by three local papers. As for magazines, I read, or at least skim, Business Week, Forbes, The Economist, INC; Industry Week, Fortune. Other subscriptions include Sales and Marketing Management, Modern Health Care, Progressive Grocer, High Tech Business, and Slaon Management Review from MIT. I religiously read Business Tokyo, Asia Week, and Far Eastern Economic Review. I glance at Newsweek and Time ... but I devour the New Republic, Policy Review, Foreign Affairs, The Washington Monthly, and Public Interest. How about books? A dozen or more each month.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Perhaps in a book review it is not out of place to note that the safety of the state depends on cultivating the imagination.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Vlad: To all the critics out there, I know they're gonna review this, and I know they're gonna try to knock me - is it OK if I say this to the camera, Amber? - Okay. I only am who I am 'cause I was born that way. I have a gift, and I'm trying not to be selfish about it, but to use it. Okay? If you're gonna knock me for that, that's your problem. Jealousy will get you nowhere. And I'm gonna keep rockin' on.
[scene returns to singing cast, then shifts to Ellen's bathroom]
Ellen's Brother: Ellen, what's the matter with you? Don't tell Mom I'm taking you to your stupid junior prom.
Ellen: [in shower] Get out of here!
Ellen's Brother: Your brother - how gross is that! Come on!
Ellen: They don't know you're my brother. Please Ben you have to - I'll pay you.
Ellen's Brother: Find someone who's not related to you. Loser.
[scene shifts to Michael, in drag, attempting to enter his prom - the teacher rips up his ticket and he's beaten up by fellow students - Michael dreams himself back to the cast singing "How Shall I See You Through My Tears"]More [08/23/2005 12:08:00]
My favorite review described me as the cinematic equivalent of junk mail.More [06/17/2006 12:06:00]
It was just this interesting, my first, the first time you hear your child in any way criticise you. It's the worst review of your life and it's really relieving to find out that they don't know what they're saying.More [10/11/2006 12:10:00]
Robert Boyd: Now, let's just take a second here and take ahold of the situation and review our options.
Adam Berkow: We'll call the police!
Robert Boyd: Call the police. Good. That's one option.
Adam Berkow: That's not an option! This is not multiple choice, here!
Robert Boyd: Yes, it is. There are always options, Adam.More [05/28/2007 12:05:00]
This court should not short-circuit the normal review process absent a showing of irreparable harm stronger than that presented hereMore [07/02/2007 12:07:00]
Narrator: Whew! Okay, kids, let's stop and review the important information - Lyle is a big doofus. Poor George was really shot, but can't die because, hey, let's face it, he's the hero.More [12/10/2007 12:12:00]
Valerie: You know, I can take a lot of crazy shit from a lot of crazy people. But you - you're not crazy.
Susanna: Oh yeah? Then what's wrong with me? What the fuck is going on inside my head? Tell me, Dr. Val, what's your diag-nonsense?
Valerie: You are a lazy, self-indulgent, little girl, who is making herself crazy.
Susanna: Is that your... *professional* opinion? Is that what you've learned in your advanced studies at night school for Negro welfare mothers? I mean, Melvin doesn't have a clue, Wick is a *psycho* and you... you *pretend* to be a doctor. You review the charts and dole out meds. But "you's ain't no doctor, Miss Valerie. You's just a little black nurse-maid".
Valerie: And you're just throwing it away.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
“What remains is the need to review claims that might have been denied, particularly in Illinois, so that we can close that imbalance,”More [02/14/2008 12:02:00]
“I am extremely wary of this unnecessary and costly review of settled PTSD cases, ... The veterans who received full benefits for PTSD are some of those who need our help the most.”More [02/14/2008 12:02:00]
“We thought it was wrongheaded and the amount of anxiety caused by this review was significant, ... We stopped the VA from going backward, but we still need to move forward.”More [02/14/2008 12:02:00]
Frollo: Shall we review your alphabet today?
Quasimodo: Oh, yes, Master. I would like that very much.
Frollo: Very well. A?
Quasimodo: Abomination.
Frollo: B?
Quasimodo: Blasphemy?
Frollo: C?
Quasimodo: C-C-Contrition.
Frollo: D?
Quasimodo: Damnation?
Frollo: E?
Quasimodo: Eternal damnation.
Frollo: Good. F?
Quasimodo: Festival.
Frollo: [nearly chokes] Excuse me?
Quasimodo: F-F-Forgiveness.More [04/03/2008 12:04:00]
[first lines]



Opening crawl:
On September 5, 1934, 20 years after the outbreak of the World War, 16 years after Germany's Suffering, 19 months after the beginning of the German Rebirth, Adolf Hitler again flew to Nuremberg to review the assembly of his faithful followers.

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Bernstein:
[to Leland] Mr. Kane is finishing the review you started - he's writing a bad notice. I guess that'll show you.

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[On Kane finishing Leland's bad review of Susan's opera singing]



Thompson:
Everybody knows that story, Mr. Leland. But why did he do it? How could a man write a notice like that?



Leland:
You just don't know Charlie. He thought that by finishing that notice he could show me he was an honest man. He was always trying to prove something. The whole thing about Susie being an opera singer, that was trying to prove something. You know what the headline was the day before the election, "Candidate Kane found in love nest with quote, singer, unquote." He was gonna take the quotes off the singer.

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[first lines]



MGM Crime Reporter:
Once again, as the MGM crime reporter, it is my privilege to bring you another episode in our Crime Does Not Pay series. For obvious reasons, the events and characters depicted herein are fictitious. My I present Mr. Jack Sampson, special agent in charge of a field division office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.



FBI Agent Jack Sampson:
Our war program, the most unprecedented in history, calls not only for the production of tanks and guns, planes and ships, but also for the building of a defense against enemy agents within our borders, agents who once again threaten, as they did in 1917. Let us review a typical cast that began in the early morning hours of November 29th, 1941, in a large industrial plant, where a quantity of ferro-manganese, an ore vitally essential in the manufacture of machine tools, was awaiting the furnace...

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[first lines]



Critic #1:
I call it a hit. What'll your review say?



Critic #2:
I like it too, so I guess I'll pan it.

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Don Klausmeyer:
I'm Don Klausmeyer, from Artways magazine.



Louise Patterson:
Yes.


[giggles]



Louise Patterson:
Oh, yes. Didn't you review my show in '41?



Don Klausmeyer:
I think I did.



Louise Patterson:
Oh, come in, Mr. Klausmann.



Don Klausmeyer:
KlausMEYER.



Louise Patterson:
[laughs gleefully] I've been planning to kill you for years.

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Atticus Finch:
Now gentlemen, in this country our courts are the great levelers, and in our courts all men are created equal. I'm no idealist to believe firmly in the integrity of our courts and of our jury system. That's no ideal to me. That is a living, working reality. Now I am confident that you gentlemen will review without passion the evidence that you have heard, come to a decision, and restore this man to his family. In the name of God, do your duty. In the name of God, believe Tom Robinson.

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Lt. Columbo:
[Columbo shows Dale Kingston a print he bought of a painting by Sam Franklin] What do you think? Any good?



Dale Kingston:
For wallpaper in a child's room, absolutely perfect. In fact, looks like it might have been done by an untalented twelve-year-old.



Lt. Columbo:
You know, I was kind of afraid you were gonna say something like that. But you know, then I say, why would you bother to go there last night, if this guy's stuff is so bad? I mean, this was painted by the artist whose exhibit you were covering...



Dale Kingston:
Lieutenant Columbo, unlike my uncle, I am NOT independently wealthy. I have to work for a living. Magazines pay me to review art. Unfortunately, they pay me best when I write hostile reviews about hacks like Sam Franklin.



Lt. Columbo:
Oh, well, I tell ya, I'd sure hate to see his review when you write it.



Dale Kingston:
Hmmm.

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[Alvy sees a program from the Fillmore East and The National Review in Annie's apartment]



Alvy Singer:
Are you going with a right-wing rock 'n roll star?

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Elliott Garfield:
[reading a review of his performance as Richard III] "It never occurred to us that William Shakespear wrote the Wizard of Oz. However, Elliot Garfield makes a splended Wicked Witch of the North. Tacky. Tacky. Well, if they're gonna kill me. Let 'em kill me with panache.

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[Reading a review of Spinal Tap's latest album]



Marty DiBergi:
"This pretentious ponderous collection of religious rock psalms is enough to prompt the question, 'What day did the Lord create Spinal Tap, and couldn't he have rested on that day too?'"

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[reading a review of the album "Shark Sandwich"]



Marty DiBergi:
The review for "Shark Sandwich" was merely a two word review which simply read "Shit Sandwich".

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Dr Harry Wolper:
[to the Site Review committee] As you know, our research here relates to the biochemical mechanisms of disease. And I am pleased to announce this morning that God has agreed to provide us with all the answers we need for just under $800,000.

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Roger Ebert:
[during a review of the 1998 version of "Godzilla"] Now that I've inspired a character in a Godzilla movie, all I really still desire is for several Ingmar Bergman characters to sit in a circle and read my reviews to one another in hushed tones.

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Maverick:
Jesus Christ, and you think I'm reckless? When I fly, I'll have you know that my crew and my plane come first.



Charlie:
Well, I am going to finish my sentence, Lieutenant. My review of your flight performance was right on.



Maverick:
Is that right?



Charlie:
That is right, but I held something back. I see some real genius in your flying, Maverick, but I can't say that in there. I was afraid that everyone in the tax trailer would see right through me, and I just don't want anyone to know that I've fallen for you.

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Peter Mitchell:
[reading a review of a boxing match in a hushed, storytelling way] The champ caught Smith with a savage left hook...



Michael Kellam:
What are you reading her?



Peter Mitchell:
[responding to Michael in same tone] It doesn't matter what I read, it's the tone you use. She doesn't understand the words anyway, now where were we?

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Crow T. Robot:
It just so happens I've written a topical, satirical review that we call...



Tom Servo, Mike Nelson, Crow T. Robot:
Supercalafragalistic-expialawacky!



Crow T. Robot:
Ha ha ha he he hoo!



Tom Servo:
Go, go, go! I got it, I got it, I got it! Okay, get out of the way!



Mike Nelson:
[Mike enters dressed as Uncle Sam] I'm the government, I'm the government, I'm filled with bloats and perks. I'm the government, I'm the government, I'm the reason nothing works.



Tom Servo:
[with money in head and reading script] Boy I tell you, it's not easy bein' the working man, but at least I've earned an honest day's wage and I can...



Mike Nelson:
Thank you!


[steals money]



Tom Servo:
Hey!



Crow T. Robot:
I'm the crime bill: bang-bang! I'm the crime bill: bang-bang! I get shot at every day. I'm the crime bill: bang-bang! I'm the crime bill: bang-bang! I'm opposed by the NRA. Bang, Bang! ack, ahh



Mike Nelson:
[now wearing baseball cap] Hello Mr. Senator. My daddy's out of work, and he says it's because of the deficit. So I saved some money in my piggy bank, and I'm going to give it to you to lower the deficit. If an 8 year old kid can save money, how come the government can't?



Tom Servo:
Honk, honk.



Crow T. Robot:
Beep, beep.



Tom Servo
, Mike Nelson, Crow T. Robot:
Government gridlock!



Tom Servo
, Mike Nelson, Crow T. Robot:
Honk, honk!



Crow T. Robot:
Beep, beep...



Tom Servo
, Mike Nelson, Crow T. Robot:
Government gridlock!



Tom Servo:
There's a traffic jam at the Congress intersection,



Crow T. Robot:
But the light is red unless there's an election!



Mike Nelson:
Government sure can get tacky,



Tom Servo
, Mike Nelson, Crow T. Robot:
It's Supercalafragalistic-expialawacky!



Dr. Forrester:
[the Mads giggle, but Bridget and Mary Jo leave in disgust] Oh, ho ho ho! Ho, ho, was that a funny one. That was a stitch!



TV's Frank:
Is nothing sacred you guys?



Dr. Forrester:
Oh, well Mike, your movie this week is called The Sword and the Dragon. We won't be watching it 'cause, uh, we're on a date.



TV's Frank:
Yeah, we're on a


[notices the girls are gone]



Dr. Forrester:
[sighs] Pass me "The Punisher"...

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Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
I'm telling you, Clay, it was brilliant. It sold millions. The "Paul is Dead" hoax was one of the greatest marketing schemes in history.



Dr. Forrester:
And the "Joel is Dead" campaign is the perfect way to pump some life into the video marketing arm of Mystery Science Theater.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
It'll be the biggest marketing coup since Coke changed the formula! Let's review the clues



Dr. Forrester:
Yeah! Oh good, good. I was watching this tape earlier and I picked out some things. Here, look at this. See... SAT I. Good, now Saturday the 1st, the first day he died.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Brilliant!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Absolutely. Alright. Okay next, look: Next Sunday AD. AD, After Death. He died on Saturday the 1st, Sunday the 2nd was the funeral.



Dr. Forrester:
Okay. Now, now here in the lyric, in the soundtrack, it says there was a guy named Joel. Not is, was.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Well done.



Dr. Forrester:
Thank you.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Very nice, very nice. Okay, here's my final one. Okay, look in the opening segment here. He has really long hair. Nowhere else on the show does he have that kind of hair.



Dr. Forrester:
Yeah.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
You know what they say, hair keeps growing after death. So with Peter Torque, too. Peter Torque, he looks like Peter Torque. Peter Torque has long hair, The Monkees are kinda dead.



Dr. Forrester:
Uh, yeah... Yeah. Well, umm... Umm, no.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
You know what I'm getting at? They're gonna love it.



Dr. Forrester:
Uh, I'm not buying that. I think that's reaching a little bit, Larry.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Okay, alright. It's for money. There's money involved here.



Dr. Forrester:
Oh yeah, I understand. I think it's a good idea. Uh, oh. Here's one. I took the liberty of uh, retouching the cover of the Abbey Road album and uh, you can see I put Joel's head where Paul is, you know the whole barefoot cigarette thing.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
This is beautiful!



Dr. Forrester:
Yup. Yeah, well.



Dr. Forrester:
Well, thank you. I used to uh, do retouching work for The Enquirer.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Let's see what weasely's... Let's see what Joel... Joel! What do you think, pal?



Joel:
Well, it'll probably work, but don't you think it'll make you feel bad inside?



Dr. Forrester:
Feel bad inside? We always feel bad inside!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
We just write it off as gas.



Dr. Forrester:
Yeah besides, we need to raise $20 million for our new theme park, Six Flags Over 10 to the 12th Power.

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Squad Leder Lt. J.T. Marsh:
You can review the tapes a thousand times to see what you did, what you should have done. But the only battle that really counts... is the next one.

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David Larrabee:
Now, Patrick, the debt burden this merger will accumulate will make it necessary to restructure some divisions. I've done a very quick review of last quarter's performance of each division of both companies.



Maude Larrabee:
David, when did you ever?



David Larrabee:
Mother, you've copied me on the financial standings of this company for 17 years. You just assumed I couldn't read.

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[Ally is outraged when Ling convinces a dying boy that he could sue God]



Ling Woo:
Do you know how his father died?



Ally McBeal:
No. Do you?



Ling Woo:
Yes, I overheard the nurses talking. He was crushed by a tree that was struck by lightning. THAT was an act of God, so we go after the Church, HOUSE of God. I need to pee.


[exits]



Ally McBeal:
Where does she come up with these things?



Nelle Porter:
Well, Ling wasn't editor of law review for nothing.



Ally McBeal:
Ling went to Law School? Ling is a LAWYER?

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Pointy-Haired Boss:
Wally, I'll need to review the RFP for the BGA project before the IOC meeting.

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Narrator:
Whew! Okay, kids, let's settle down and review the important information - Lyle is a big doofus. Poor George was really shot, but can't die because, hey, let's face it, he's the hero.

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Hamm:
All right, let's review this one more time. At precisely 8:32-ish, Exhibit A, Woody, was kidnapped. Exhibit B, a composide sketch of the kidnapper.


[Etch-A-Sketch draws Al with a long beard]



Bo Peep:
He didn't have a beard like that.



Hamm:
Fine. Etch, give him a shave.


[Etch-A-Sketch redraws Al without a beard]



Slinky Dog:
The kidnapper was bigger than that.



Hamm:
Oh, picky, picky, picky.

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Martin, the James' Butler:
Shall we review your mother's list?



Annie:
Mm-hmm.



Martin, the James' Butler:
Now, let's see. Vitamins?



Annie:
Check.



Martin, the James' Butler:
Minerals?



Annie:
Check.



Martin, the James' Butler:
List of daily fruits and vegetables?



Annie:
Check, check.


[Martin glances at Annie]



Annie:
Check for fruits, check for vegetables. Go on.



Martin, the James' Butler:
Sunblock, lip balm, insect repellent, stationery, stamps, photographs of your mother, grandfather, and of course, your trusty butler, me.



Annie:
Got it all, I think.



Martin, the James' Butler:
Oh, and here's a little something from your grandfather.


[Holds up a deck of cards]



Martin, the James' Butler:
Spanking new deck of cards. Maybe you'll actually find someone on this continent who can whip your tush at poker.



Annie:
Well, I doubt it, but thanks, Martin.

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Himself - Host:
Now, you may have some questions concerning the validity and integrity of the organization. Well, no less than the Internal Revenue Service of the United States government conducted a review of Scientology. The most thorough investigation of any church in its history. Over a period of many years, they examined millions of pages of church documents, and financial records. They studied every aspect of the religion, and its corporate and ecclesiastical structure. And their findings? The IRS determined that Scientology *is* a bona fide religion. That the churches of Scientology, and their related social betterment organizations, operate *exclusively* for religious, charitable, and educational purposes. That they benefit the *public*, rather than the interests of private individuals. And that no part of their income goes to the benefit of any individual or noncharitable entity. It is likely that Scientology was scrutinized more deeply than any other church in history. And it passed that review with flying colors, gaining full religious and charitable recognition. In doing so, the IRS granted the church, and all its affiliated organizations, full tax exemption. In fact, you'll be happy to know, even your donations are tax deductible. Just like every religion. Now that you know the factual and legal standing of the church, you may well ask the question, "What are the advantages of Dianetics and Scientology for me?" So, let's ask some people.

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Bruce Banner:
You want to go to the review board on Monday and tell them we have developed a brand new method for exploding frogs?



Betty Ross:
I think there's a market for it. I mean, what if there's a plague?



Bruce Banner:
What have you had, Betty, like one beer?



Betty Ross:
I'm... I'm just saying... frogs start falling from the sky... who do they come to? We'll be world renowned.

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[First lines. Earth, North America rises into view upside down, then shakes with a large thud]



Neil Taggart:
Shit.



Matt Walsh:
Hey, handle with care. That's a billion dollars worth of Uncle Sam's money.



Neil Taggart:
Yeah, tell me about it. Trying again.


[Earth is revealed as reflection in solar panel. Shuttle's Remote Manipulator Arm hits satellite again]



Neil Taggart:
Dammit.



Angela Perry:
Uh, Neil, I think the idea is to *catch* the satellite.



Neil Taggart:
Yeah, very funny. I've got a big problem here.


[Arm hits satellite again]



Chuck Taggart:
Neil, talk to me.



Neil Taggart:
Uh, the arm's acting up. Servo controls are out of phase. Shoulder pitch is completely locked up.



Chuck Taggart:
Uh, Houston, this is Odyssey. We have an RMS malfunction resulting in a minor collision with the payload, over?



Ed Scrivens:
Roger, Odyssey. We are reassessing ground track, reviewing increment two contingency. Recommend you carry out arm diagnostic error routine 3S. Also suggest you review ACS task assessment, over?



Chuck Taggart:
Roger, Houston.

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Supervisor:
[about to review one of Jack's phone conversation] Why don't we listen into one of your calls shall we?



Jack Simpson:
Excellent Idea



Jack Simpson:
[over phone] Good afternoon, My name is Jack Simpson and you are a good-for-nothing layabout. Ha Ha!



Dave Jackson:
[over phone] Hi Jack. How's it going?



Jack Simpson:
Shithouse. I just had this idiot on the line going on and on, so i told her to blow it out her arse. Still on for later?



Dave Jackson:
Yeah.



Jack Simpson:
Okay, I'll see you at the bowls club. I told that dumbfuck supervisor I've got a migraine coming on, so I reckon I'll get the arvo off. Ha ha ha


[Supervisor stops recording]



Jack Simpson:
[sarcastically] Maybe a little long but otherwise I'd give it an... 85.21%



Supervisor:
Hmm. You're fired, Simpson.

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Travis Ryer:
Some things to remember us by: A safari suit, boots, helmet and a holo-disk so you can relive the jump. And I suggest you take an especially close look at this disk, Mr. Wallenbeck.



John Wallenbeck:
Why's that?



Travis Ryer:
Well I can't be certain until I review it myself, however, I'm pretty sure it was your shot that brought him down.



John Wallenbeck:
[laughs] Well, yeah.

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[first lines]


[scene opens on Dee, Shaun and Company singing "How Shall I See You Through My Tears"]


[as singing continues, scene shifts to Vlad in his bedroom]



Vlad:
To all the critics out there, I know they're gonna review this, and I know they're gonna try to knock me - is it OK if I say this to the camera, Amber? - Okay. I only am who I am 'cause I was born that way. I have a gift, and I'm trying not to be selfish about it, but to use it. Okay? If you're gonna knock me for that, that's your problem. Jealousy will get you nowhere. And I'm gonna keep rockin' on.


[scene returns to singing cast, then shifts to Ellen's bathroom]



Ellen's Brother:
Ellen, what's the matter with you? Don't tell Mom I'm taking you to your stupid junior prom.



Ellen:
[in shower] Get out of here!



Ellen's Brother:
Your brother - how gross is that! Come on!



Ellen:
They don't know you're my brother. Please Ben you have to - I'll pay you.



Ellen's Brother:
Find someone who's not related to you. Loser.


[scene shifts to Michael, in drag, attempting to enter his prom - the teacher rips up his ticket and he's beaten up by fellow students - Michael dreams himself back to the cast singing "How Shall I See You Through My Tears"]

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I remember very clearly at the first budget review having a pretty direct conversation with the head of manufacturing... We began to get huge improvements in productivity and responsiveness. I got a chance to see that firsthand.More [07/16/2011 03:07:29]
And that's what happened to that show. It started ordinary, it started really rather bad. As I said, there was a review that said, really, we think the commercials are better than the show. And then it gradually developed.More [07/20/2011 07:07:41]
On 'don't ask, don't tell' I was always the same. I said we needed a complete review of the impact on morale and battle effectiveness of 'don't ask, don't tell' before we repeal it. That's my position now. Now they're trying to ram through a repeal without a - any kind of really realistic survey done.More [07/22/2011 11:07:48]
Hype is the awkward and desperate attempt to convince journalists that what you've made is worth the misery of having to review it.More [08/22/2011 06:08:53]
A week or so ago I did a two hour book review in Baltimore Maryland.More [08/27/2011 03:08:44]
If you review the commercial history, you will discover anyone who controls oriental trade will get hold of global wealth.More [08/27/2011 04:08:14]
Our championship committee pledged to review entry conditions and to assess how women golfers might compete on equal terms with men for a place in the Open.More [09/17/2011 11:09:05]
Every time another review comes out I let out a deep breathMore [09/28/2011 03:09:13]
It just seemed fitting to have our own lounge with our own dance review that paid homage to where The Pussycat Dolls originated, ... So it wasn't just another nightclub. It was somewhere where people can go and see an old school show with real dancing and real performing and real singing. It's perfect for Vegas. It's got that whole cabaret, burlesque-inspired review of dancing, and the whole fishnets, and boas.More [10/03/2011 11:10:41]
Well, I heard of Sunny Ade, and looks as if his music is gonna be big on a global level, because I was in London the other day and some people asked me to review the album.More [10/21/2011 09:10:36]
My first review for the TV movie The Bionic Showdown said I was as interesting as a bus ride.More [10/24/2011 10:10:58]
My favorite review described me as the cinematic equivalent of junk mail. I don't know what that means, but it sounds like a dig.More [10/25/2011 03:10:24]
I am sitting in the smallest room of my house. I have your review before me. In a moment it will be behind meMore [11/21/2011 01:11:28]
I haven't read a review of one of my films for the best part of 10 years.More [05/25/2012 10:05:46]

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Quotes of the month

Leonid Khlynovskijj Of course, I understand that you have to pay for everything, but I feel that I overpay ... [01/10/2023 12:01:57] More


Illia Kyva Armageddon is happening before our eyes, and we are the bright side. [01/02/2023 10:01:22] More


Author Unknown The best outfit for a girl is a casually unbuttoned men's shirt over a naked body. [01/13/2023 11:01:30] More


Kanye West If we go on your iPhone and go to the dictionary and look up 'humble,' 80 per cent of the definition is negative. It's a controlling word. It's a way to control the masses and to control the sheep. [01/05/2023 12:01:06] More


Tucker Carlson I'm not uncomfortable around guns - I've hunted for most of my life - but bringing them on stories is considered taboo. [01/06/2023 03:01:04] More