Tommy Quote #277
Quote from Tommy in The Loud Solomon Family: A Dickumentary
Tommy: [on film] Uh, well, this is my room. Uh, let's see. At night sometimes, the moon cuts through the Mullers' tree over there and makes some real weird shadows in here. Sometimes when it's windy, you can hear scratchy noises out at the window, um... Dick and Sally say that it's just branches, but... Man, sometimes it sounds like a dead guy's fingers.
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‘The Loud Solomon Family: A Dickumentary’ Quotes
Quote from Mary
Mary: Remember that article I wrote last year, "Where's mommy?", dissecting the post-nuclear American family?
Dick: Oh, yes. About that tyrannical blowhard and his ridiculous relatives.
Mary: Uh-huh. Honey... that was about you.
Dick: You mean I'm Dirk Sullivan?
Mary: Yes. I've been observing your family for the past 4 years.
Dick: You've what?!
Mary: And the Fleischman foundation has given me a grant to make a documentary on the typical American family. Your family.
Dick: Finally, the recognition I deserve! We'll be glorified as the ideal American family.
Mary: Not ideal so much as typical.
Quote from Harry
Harry: [on film] Yeah. There was a time in my life when I considered being the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. But in a situation like that, you really have to ask yourself, "Have I been offered this job?"
Tommy Solomon Quotes
Quote from See Dick Continue to Run: Part 2
Mary: What's going on? Dick is acting strangely.
Tommy: Listen, Dr. Albright. Dick, he's got a lot of baggage. It's an internal struggle.
[Dick and Evil Dick continue fighting in the living room]
Mary: Oh, that poor thing. I didn't know.
Tommy: No, you couldn't know, 'cause he's been afraid. See, he's been lonely for such a long time. And as the years went by, he fell into despair and lost all hope, for what woman could ever learn to love a beast?
Quote from The Dicks They Are a Changin'
Dick: Tommy, how are you coming along with our histories?
Tommy: Oh, I have them right here. Legal documents, school records, doctored pictures, the works. Dick Solomon, class nerd, held back by a domineering mother, went to work for NASA in '74, but was fired after a minor procurement scandal. Newspaper clippings are enclosed. Major burnout led to a string of second-rate teaching jobs... yada, yada, yada, ending up here.
Dick: Well, this is excellent.
Sally: What about me?
Tommy: Sally. Stockbroker during the greedy '80s. Made and lost several fortunes before psychological problems and gender confusion led to a sex change operation in 1988.
Harry: I'm next.
Tommy: Harry. Harry, you're adopted, but we haven't told you yet.
Harry: Oh, that's gonna hurt.