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When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Religion is doing; a man does not merely think his religion or feel it, he lives his religion as much as he is able, otherwise it is not religion but fantasy or philosophy.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The search for conspiracy only increases the elements of morbidity and paranoia and fantasy in this country. It romanticizes crimes that are terrible because of their lack of purpose. It obscures our necessary understanding, all of us, that in this life there is often tragedy without reason.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
But fantasy kills imagination, pornography is death to art.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Sally Albright: Well, basically it's the same dream I've been having since I was twelve.
Harry Burns: Which is?
Sally Albright: Okay, there's this guy...
Harry Burns: What does he look like?
Sally Albright: I don't know, he's just sort of faceless.
Harry Burns: Faceless guy, okay.
Sally Albright: He RIPS off my clothes.
[pause]
Harry Burns: And?
Sally Albright: That's it.
Harry Burns: That's it? Some faceless guy rips off all your clothes, and THAT'S the sex fantasy you've been having since you were twelve?
Sally Albright: Well sometimes I vary it a little.
Harry Burns: Which part?
Sally Albright: What I'm wearing.More [01/08/2006 12:01:00]
I do remember, as a child, that I always imagined, when I was maybe 6 or 7, my fantasy was that everywhere I went I was being followed by an invisible film crew.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
I'd like to buy the club. You're actually talking about rugby league fantasy stuff.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
a fairy tale about the guys who wrote fairy tales as seen through the eyes of Terry Gilliam in a wild fantasy world only he could create.More [05/25/2006 12:05:00]
I've always been into sci-fi and fantasy stuff, but I wasn't aware of Earthsea or Le Guin's work.More [06/13/2006 12:06:00]
It was the baseball fantasy of a lifetime - to be able to sit on the bench with all those professional athletes. I got to take my son along because I wasn't sure I would be able to play with them.More [07/04/2006 12:07:00]
It's a fantasy that we could have a president who could actually make choices based on what's right, rather than having to weigh the political fallout. But that's sort of what we're showing. ... And you can dream.More [08/20/2006 12:08:00]
I think it's very much a men's thing to be able to have that fantasy to kill the beast.More [08/23/2006 12:08:00]
I don't have this fantasy about marriage anymore. Everyone says it takes hard work. Well, it kind of does - and I'm much more pragmatic about romance than I used to be. (With Scott) I wanted to see him as a white knight and was crushed whenever anything normal happened. I wanted to be the princess. Now I'm much more willing to see myself as human and flawed, and accept someone -the whole picture. My life is definitely changing for the better. I couldn't be happier or feel more comfortable with the direction it's going in,More [09/12/2006 12:09:00]
Guys are so predictable. They can't seem to separate fantasy from reality,
so I get a lot of bikers and race car drivers hitting on me. They're all just playboys, so they don't interest me.More [09/14/2006 12:09:00]
I always had a fantasy of being a chef, because I like kitchen life.More [10/31/2006 12:10:00]
I think I'll give it up, the fantasy is over, I wanted to play Spiderman, Peter Parker.More [10/31/2006 12:10:00]
I never realised fantasy writing could be as scientific and as smart.More [11/05/2006 12:11:00]
It's my sick fantasy to be a Cosmo cover.More [11/09/2006 12:11:00]
Gordon Gekko: [at the Teldar Paper stockholder's meeting] Well, I appreciate the opportunity you're giving me Mr. Cromwell as the single largest shareholder in Teldar Paper, to speak. Well, ladies and gentlemen we're not here to indulge in fantasy but in political and economic reality. America, America has become a second-rate power. Its trade deficit and its fiscal deficit are at nightmare proportions. Now, in the days of the free market when our country was a top industrial power, there was accountability to the stockholder. The Carnegies, the Mellons, the men that built this great industrial empire, made sure of it because it was their money at stake. Today, management has no stake in the company! All together, these men sitting up here own less than three percent of the company. And where does Mr. Cromwell put his million-dollar salary? Not in Teldar stock; he owns less than one percent. You own the company. That's right, you, the stockholder. And you are all being royally screwed over by these, these bureaucrats, with their luncheons, their hunting and fishing trips, their corporate jets and golden parachutes.
Cromwell: This is an outrage! You're out of line Gekko!
Gordon Gekko: Teldar Paper, Mr. Cromwell, Teldar Paper has 33 different vice presidents each earning over 200 thousand dollars a year. Now, I have spent the last two months analyzing what all these guys do, and I still can't figure it out. One thing I do know is that our paper company lost 110 million dollars last year, and I'll bet that half of that was spent in all the paperwork going back and forth between all these vice presidents. The new law of evolution in corporate America seems to be survival of the unfittest. Well, in my book you either do it right or you get eliminated. In the last seven deals that I've been involved with, there were 2.5 million stockholders who have made a pretax profit of 12 billion dollars. Thank you. I am not a destroyer of companies. I am a liberator of them! The point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right, greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms; greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge has marked the upward surge of mankind. And greed, you mark my words, will not only save Teldar Paper, but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA. Thank you very much.More [05/16/2007 12:05:00]
Madame Vandersexxx: Welcome to Club Vandersexxx, Amsterdam's most erotic club. Where your ever fantasy will be fulfilled.
Cooper: Also, says I get a free t-shirt with flyer.
Madame Vandersexxx: He is American. How sad for you to grow up in a country that was founded by prudes. A country over run with crime and illiteracy. A country were a man is forced to make sex to only one woman at a time and one must learn the woman's name before hand.
Cooper: It was horrible.
Madame Vandersexxx: I know, but you can come with me and let the vundersexxx begin.More [06/26/2007 12:06:00]
I do have a small collection of traditional SF ideas which I've never been able to sell. I'm known as a fantasy writer and neither my agent nor my editors want to risk my brand by jumping genre.More [09/06/2007 12:09:00]
I'm not constrained by being a genre writer. Any story I can imagine, I can cast as a fantasy novel and probably get it published.More [09/06/2007 12:09:00]
Finn: Seven Years passed, I stopped going to Paradiso Perduto, I stopped painting. I put aside the fantasy and the wealthy, and the heavenly girl who did not want me. None of it would happen to me again. I'd seen through it. I elected to grow up.More [01/09/2008 12:01:00]
Rob: Songs at my funeral: "Many Rivers to Cross" by Jimmy Cliff, "Angel" by Aretha Franklin, and I've always had this fantasy that some beautiful, tearful woman would insist on "You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me" by Gladys Knight. But who would that woman be?More [03/12/2008 12:03:00]
The idea of it becomes a little freaky if you're dealing with someone who has trouble differentiating between fantasy and reality, but that's a concern no matter what kind of movie you're dealing with.More [04/20/2008 12:04:00]
All fantasy should have a solid base in reality.More [05/12/2008 12:05:00]
Grease 2 was like a fantasy come true.More [07/08/2008 12:07:00]
Bugs Bunny: So this is Area 51?
Mother: No.
Bugs Bunny: The secret government base?
Mother: No.
Bugs Bunny: Where they keep all the aliens?
Mother: No. Area 51 is a paranoid fantasy we concocted to hide the true nature of this facility.
DJ Drake: Which is?
Mother: Area 52.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
[Val induces a fantasy about Gil's divorced parents]



Valerie Boyd:
Think your Dad will ever come back?



Marian Gilbert:
Why can he? He's married and has a couple of kids.



Valerie Boyd:
But how do you know he's happy?



Marian Gilbert:
He's crazy about her.



Valerie Boyd:
I know, but just suppose he suddenly realized his second marriage was a tragic mistake. His eyes are opened at last, and he knows now that your mother is the only woman he's ever loved in his whole life.



Marian Gilbert:
I don't think there's much chance of that.



Valerie Boyd:
So there's nothing to do but tell her the truth... the scond wife I mean. He's simply got to go back to the only woman he's loved in his whole life. Good-bye, second wife.



Marian Gilbert:
You think that's really possible?



Valerie Boyd:
Well, he's got no other choice. He can't go living a lie, can he? He's got to go back to his one true love.



Marian Gilbert:
Maybe, during Christmas.



Valerie Boyd:
Chirstmas Eve maybe



Marian Gilbert:
About 6:00.



Valerie Boyd:
You and your mother are all alone trimming the tree, when suddenly the doorbell rings.



Marian Gilbert:
I'd be the one to go and answer it.



Valerie Boyd:
But you'd be wondering 'who on earth it could be,' because you weren't expectign anyone. He'd open the door, and he'd be standig there simply loaded with presents. And before you could say anything, he'd say, 'Shhhh,' because he wants to surprise your mother. At first, he'd give you a big hugh, just as tight as he could.



Marian Gilbert:
And them Mom would come down wondering who it was, beause she'd be wondering why she didn't hear anybody say anything.



Valerie Boyd:
And for a long time, they'd just stand there and stare at each other not saying anything.



Marian Gilbert:
They wouldn't have to.



Valerie Boyd:
And then he'd take her in his arms, and rain kisses on her upturned face,


[sighing]



Valerie Boyd:
and they'd just... love each other to death right there at the front door.

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[in Marlena's fantasy she shoots Shawn and Belle starts screaming]



Marlena:
Stop it, Belle, stop it! Stop WHINING! Ever since you were a baby your whining drove me CRAZY!

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Eddie:
I went along with that thing of yours about getting out cause I had nothing else. When I get out what am I gunna do? I don't know nothing else but dope, baby. Takin' it, sellin' it, bankrollin' so other small time pusher. Ya know, you've got this fantasy in your head about gettin outta the life and setting that other world on its ear. What the F*CK are you gunna do except hustle? Besides pimpin'? And you really ain't got the stomach for that. Now man I ain't puttin you down. If it wasn't for you I probably wouldn't be here, I'd be O.D'ed some place. I'm just trying to make it real, baby like it is. I mean, maybe this is what you're supposed to do, maybe this is what you're growing to. Just think about it, don't throw it out, just, just think about it.

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[first lines]



Jor-El:
This is no fantasy - no careless product of wild imagination. No, my friends. These indictments that I have brought to you today, specific charges herein against the individuals. Their acts of treason, their ultimate aim of sedition. These... are matters of undeniable fact. I ask you now to pronounce judgement on those accused.

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Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
[Judy's fantasy - she's a big game hunter and Hart is the prey] Judy? Judy, you've got to help me; that mob out there is crazy; they're trying to kill me!



Judy:
Now, why would they want ot do a nasty little thing like that?



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
I don't know! I'm not such a bad guy!



Judy:
You're a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot.



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
So I have a few faults; who doesn't? Is that any reason to kill me?



Judy:
You're foul, Hart. A wart on the nose of humanity and I'm going to blast it off.


[she points her shotgun at him]



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
[giggling nervously] Judy... Judy... Judy...



Judy:
Goodbye boss man. It's quittin' time.

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[Violet's fantasy - she's Snow White and Hart is the villain]



Violet:
Your coffee, Mr. Hart.


[Hart drinks the coffee, steam comes from his ears, he screams and his head spins around on his neck]



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
I think there was something in that coffee.



Violet:
I think you're right.



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
I think it was poison.



Violet:
Right again.



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
I think you did it.



Violet:
[singing] Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!


[sticks tongue out]



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
Why?



Violet:
Why do you think?



Franklin M. Hart Jr.:
Because I'm a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot?



Violet:
Bingo.

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[Doralee's fantasy - she is a rodeo competitor and the boss is her target]



Rodeo Announcer:
[voiceover] The pen is open and that's a mean-looking bronc. Our next contender is Miss Doralee Rhodes. Let's see how long it takes her to hogtie this sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot. Whoa. She's already got him. And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, five seconds for Miss Doralee Rhodes.

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Andre:
What does it do to us, Wally, living in an environment where something as massive as the seasons or winter or cold, don't in any way affect us? I mean, were animals after all. I mean... what does that mean? I think that means that instead of living under the sun and the moon and the sky and the stars, we're living in a fantasy world of our own making.



Wally:
Yeah, but I mean, I would never give up my electric blanket, Andre. I mean, because New York is cold in the winter. I mean, our apartment is cold! It's a difficult environment. I mean, our life is tough enough as it is. I'm not looking for ways to get rid of a few things that provide relief and comfort. I mean, on the contrary, I'm looking for more comfort because the world is very abrasive. I mean, I'm trying to protect myself because, really, there's these abrasive beatings to be avoided everywhere you look!



Andre:
But, Wally, don't you see that comfort can be dangerous? I mean, you like to be comfortable and I like to be comfortable too, but comfort can lull you into a dangerous tranquility.

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Angel:
[seductively] Let's go away together.



Mok:
Fiji? Disneyland?... Fantasy Island?

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Fozzie:
This fantasy is rated PG. We're under age.

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Roger Braithwaite:
They say that murderers are drawn to the second-hand. There’s a theory that murder is characteristically committed by people who handle other people's things... in second-hand clothes shops, junk shops, markets.



Roger Braithwaite:
Self improvement, that's another hallmark. People who teach themselves things at home, at night... theories they only half understand. Informal education- a fantasy life of singular intensity

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Debbie:
[Debbie and Jim have traveled back in time to 1917] Jim, this is all a big put on, isn't it? Like Fantasy Island, right?



Jim Ferguson:
Come on, Debbie, it's not *that* bad. It's only World War I.

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Claudia Draper:
[Claudia is being grilled by the prosecution about her professional life] Why don't we stop all the bullshit and get to the point? You want to know what I do for a living? Ask me. My time is very expensive, Mr. MacMillan. Probably more than yours. I get $500 an hour. How much do you get? I get $400 for a straight lay, $300 for a hand job and $500 for head. If you want to wear my panties, that's another $100. You take them home, Mr. MacMillan, that's another $100. No whips, no ropes, no spikes. I've liquor and grass. Anyting else, you bring your own. It works like this: You call me up, we make a date, I look you over and IF I like you... we make a deal. And, darlin' I am worth the trouble. Take my word for it, if you want the best. Do you want the best, Mr. MacMillan? I am talking about taking your body to heaven and sending your mind south. I'm talking about spoiling you so bad... you'll hate every other woman you touch. I'm talking about my mouth on your mouth and my tongue anywhere you want it. I'm talking about indulging your every fantasy and then giving you those fantasies one by one. Just for you. All for you. Nobody but you. Do you get all that, darling? Would you like that, baby? Do you get what I'm telling you?


[Looks around the courtroom]



Claudia Draper:
Do you all get what I'm telling you?

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Joe Orton:
[accepting a drama award] My plays are about getting away with it, and the ones who get away with it are the guilty ones. It's the innocents who get it in the neck. But that all seems pretty true to life to me. Not a fantasy at all. I've got away with it *so far*


[hoisting trophy]



Joe Orton:
and I'm going to go on.

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[a man in a fantasy movie pulls an arrow out of his chest]



Crow T. Robot:
Luckily this is before death was invented.

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Sadie Shelton:
What fantasy is this? Are we hearing voices now like Joan of Arc?

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Kiswana:
Melanie, what help are you going to be to these people on Brewster while you're living hand-to-mouth on file-clerk jobs waiting for a revolution? You're wasting your talents, child.



Mrs. Browne:
Well, I don't think they're being wasted. At least I'm here in day-to-day contact with my people. What good would I be after four or five years of a lot of white brainwashing in some phony, prestige institution, huh? I'd be like you and Daddy and those other educated blacks sitting over there in Linden Hills with a terminal case of middle-class amnesia.



Mrs. Browne:
You don't have to live in a slum to be concerned about social conditions, Melanie. Your father and I have been charter members of the NAACP for the last twenty-five years.



Kiswana:
[rolling her eyes] Oh, God! THAT'S being concerned? That middle-of-the-road, Uncle Tom dumping ground for Black Republicans!



Mrs. Browne:
You can sneer all you want, young lady, but that organization has been working for black people since the turn of the century, and it's still working for them. Where are all those radical groups of yours that were going to put a Cadillac in every garage and Dick Gregory in the White House? I'll tell you where. They burned themselves out because they wanted too much too fast. Their goals weren't grounded in reality. And that's always been your problem.



Kiswana:
What do you mean, my problem? I know exactly what I'm about.



Mrs. Browne:
No, you don't. You constantly live in a fantasy world, always going to extremes, turning butterflies into eagles, and life isn't about that. It's accepting what is and working from that. Lord, I remember how worried you had me, putting all that lacquered hair spray on your head. I thought you were going to get lung cancer, trying to be what you're not.



Kiswana:
[in a frustrated tone] Oh, God, I can't take this anymore. Trying to be something I'm not, trying to be something I'm not, Mama? Trying to be proud of my heritage and the fact that I was of African descent. If that's being what I'm not then I say fine. But I'd rather be dead than be like you: a white man nigger who's ashamed of being black!



Mrs. Browne:
[grabs Kiswana and stares into her eyes, speaking fiercely] My grandmother was a full-blooded Iroquois, and my grandfather a free black from a long line of journeymen who had lived in Connecticut since the establishment of the colonies. And my father was a Bajan who came to this country as a cabin boy on a merchant mariner.



Kiswana:
[quietly] I know all that.



Mrs. Browne:
[squeezing Kiswana even tighter] Then, know this. I am alive because of the blood of proud people who never scraped or begged or apologized for what they were. They lived asking for only one thing of this world: to be allowed to be. And I learned through the blood of these people that black isn't beautiful and it isn't ugly; black is! It's not kinky hair and it's not straight hair; it just is. It broke my heart when you changed your name. I gave you my grandmother name, a woman who bore nine children and educated them all, who held off six white men with a shotgun when they tried to drag one of her sons to jail for 'not knowing his place.' Yet you needed to reach into an African dictionary to make you proud. When I brought my babies home from the hospital, my ebony son and my golden daughter, I swore before whatever gods would listen, those of my mother's people or those of my father's people, that I would use everything I had and could ever get to see that my children were prepared to meet this world on its own terms, so that on one could sell them short and make them ashamed of what they were or how they looked, whatever they were or however they looked. And Melanie, that's not being white or red or black. That's being a mother.

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Adam:
I'm a man, Fleischman. We are born with an image of woman imprinted on our psyches. We spend our whole lives searching for the embodiment of that female archetype. And there she sits! In the flesh! You tell me what man could resist the fantasy of having her as his wife?

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George Costanza:
Kramer goes to a fantasy camp? His whole life is a fantasy camp. People should plunk down $2000 to live like him for a week. Sleep, do nothing, fall ass-backwards into money, mooch food off your neighbors and have sex without dating... THAT'S a fantasy camp.

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Jerry:
[Kramer has just returned from baseball fantasy camp] I thought you weren't coming back till Monday.



Cosmo Kramer:
Well, the camp ended a few days early.



Jerry:
Why?



Cosmo Kramer:
Well, there was an incident.



Jerry:
What happened?



Cosmo Kramer:
I punched Mickey Mantle in the mouth.

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Johnny's School Teacher:
This is the most pathetic sexual fantasy I've ever seen.

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Duckman:
My greatest fantasy involves you, some sausages down your pants, and pack of starving Rotweilers.

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Jennifer Brennan:
It's a fantasy you're paying for - you get to think you can have me, and I get the reality of taking your money.

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Judy, aka Girl 6:
Baby, let me tell you something. You can continue to live in your little fantasy world with your baseball cards and the autographed bullshit or whatever the fuck is it you do, but me, I got to eat and pay the rent. Phone sex is acting, and if you don't like it, you can step.



Jimmy:
Fuck you, you know, at least I got Willie Mays and Hank Aaron's autograph on a baseball card, you know, they're in the hall of fame.

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Dilbert:
This fantasy has been a profound disappointment.

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Billy Christiansen:
Wanna get a room?



Romy:
But you're married!



Billy Christiansen:
To Christie!



Romy:
Yeah, but you have children, and you're a successful real estate developer.



Billy Christiansen:
I do dry wall for her old man's construction company, and you know this new kid, don't even know if he's mine! So, how about that room?



Romy:
Okay. Why don't you get that room? Why don't you wash your face and take off all your clothes? And, I'll be there in five minutes.



Billy Christiansen:
All right! Your fantasy is going to come true tonight. See you later!



Michele:
Bye.



Romy:
Now he's going to see what it feels like to wait.



Michele:
Such a good one.

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Shane O'Shea:
[voiceover] A guy named Steve Rubell had a dream: To throw the best damned party the world had ever seen and to make it last forever. He built a world where fantasy was put up as reality and where an 80-year-old disco queen could dance till dawn. Where models mingled with mechanics, plumbers danced with princes. It was a place where all labels were left behind. A place where there were no rules.

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Doug Butabi:
Are you seeing planes? Is your name Tattoo? Because I swear to God, you're living on Fantasy Island.

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Lucky:
Hey, who shut it off?



Spot:
Sorry, I thought it was over.



Rolly:
What's it matter? All that's left was a preview of tomorrow's show.



Cadpig:
And we know what *that* will be like: a little gratuitous violence, a little male bonding, a big explosion at the end. KABLAM! They're all the same.



Lucky:
I still wanted to see it. Thunderbolt's the only excitement I get around here.



Spot:
You looking for excitement? Rumor in the henhouse says that somebody, possibly Naomi, laid an egg... with two yolks.



Rolly:
Hey, hey! I dug up a shoe... open-toed!



Lucky:
Someone put me out of my misery! I wasn't meant to live the life of a farm animal. I need adventure, excitement, like Thunderbolt! I should be battling insidious villains, facing fur-raging danger, boldly going where no puppy has gone before!



Cadpig:
Welcome to Lucky's Rich Fantasy Life, and now back to reality.

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Leela:
Please, Professor... give us our jobs back. We deserve another chance.



Bender:
Yeah. And if you won't give me another chance perhaps you'd give one to...


[Puts on the gorilla mask]



Bender:
Og. Gorilla Emperor of Earth.



Professor Hubert Farnsworth:
Sorry, Og. But I've got a new crew.


[to Hermes, Amy and Zoidberg, who are coming out of the ship]



Professor Hubert Farnsworth:
So, how was your delivery to Fantasy Planet where everyone's fantasies come to life?



Amy Wong:
Great.



Hermes Conrad:
Organized.



Dr. Zoidberg:
For one beautiful night I knew what it was to be a grandmother. Subjugated, yet honored.

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Jackie Burkhardt:
Being a model was my and Michael's dream... for me.


[cut to a scene of Jackie imagining being a model and then back to reality]



Eric:
Hmmm... In your fantasy you're a model, and Kelso's... not there. In reality Kelso's a model, and you sell cheese. Interesting...

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[during a Battle of the Sexes fantasy sequence]



Jamie Farr:
You guys are pathetic. I'm switching over to the girls side. And I can do that because I wore a dress on M*A*S*H.

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