Dick Quote #1112
Quote from Dick in Citizen Solomon
Dick: Oh, good morning, Mary. I- I was just thinking. How about a romantic evening for two tonight? Just the two of us at my place.
Mary: I like what I'm hearing. Tell me more.
Dick: Some soft jazz playing in the background, a little candlelight, a little champagne, a little dustbuster.
Mary: A little what?
Dick: I was hoping maybe you could give my place a little once-over before we get down to business.
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Quote from Tommy
Tommy: Has anybody else noticed that our place is looking a little, uh, messy?
Dick: Ya think?
Tommy: Well, it's just 'cause I don't have any clean clothes, you know, and we don't have any clean dishes, and there's no clean... anything.
Dick: We're living like common hobos here. How did this happen?
Harry: You know, I think that this started a couple of weeks ago. I had a fork, and I put it in the sink, and then I just thought, "Ah, I'll wash it later."
Dick: No, Harry, don't blame yourself. It's not your fault. It's Sally's fault. Ever since she moved into Dubcek's garage, this whole place has gone to pot.
Tommy: Oh, I miss her.
Harry: I miss clean underpants.
Tommy: That's what I meant.
Quote from Tommy
Tommy: I don't get this. Why do I have to pick an extracurricular activity? I mean, curricular? Fine. I'll give 'em that. But extra? You know, that's my time.
Alissa: You can join the debate team.
Tommy: They're a bunch of argumentative hammerheads.
Alissa: How about the drama club?
Tommy: Artsy-fartsy losers.
Alissa: I'm in the drama club!
Tommy: Well, you didn't let me finish. See, had you, you would've heard me say that artsy-fartsy losers are not allowed in the drama club. That's what I was gonna say. You didn't let me finish.
Alissa: Well, we're doing My Fair Lady. You could sing in front of the whole school.
Tommy: Oh, really? 'Cause I'd be more comfortable, like, not doing that.
Dick Solomon Quotes
Quote from Fear and Loathing in Rutherford
Strudwick: You know, it's funny. I used to bring these creamers home to Alissa. She'd have little tea parties with her stuffed animals. They grow up quick, don't they?
Dick: Yeah. I can remember when Tommy didn't even know how to wipe his own butt. Then he figured it out all on his own. And taught me.
Quote from Brains and Eggs
Mary: For future reference, I have a red Volvo.
Dick: [gasps] Please, Dr. Albright! We barely know each other.