Woody Quote #244
Tracy: No, I'm just going to go over to my mom's house. She's probably still up getting everything ready for tomorrow.
Tracy: You know, baking the bread and icing the cookies and stuffing the turkey.
Tracy: Oh, yeah, my mom makes it from scratch.
Woody: Gee, so does mine.
Tracy: Yeah, but does your mom make it bone dry?
Woody: You could gag on it. Hey, don't tell me. Do you have a manger scene on your front lawn?
Tracy: The biggest on our block.
Tracy: The Wise Men are my favorite.
Woody: Oh, I love Balthasar.
Tracy: Oh, Balthasar's good, but Melchior, he's the best.
Sam: Okay, well... Listen, I'd introduce you two, but something tells me you've known each other for years.
Quote from Frasier
Frasier: Oh, joy. Christmas Eve. By this time tomorrow, millions of Americans, knee deep in tinsel and wrapping paper, will utter those heartfelt words, "ls this all I got?"
Quote from Frasier
Frasier: Boy, they make such a fuss about Mother Teresa...
Cliff: Excuse me there, Doctor, but, uh, do l, uh, detect a wry note of cynicism there in your comments?
Frasier: Cynical? Me? How could I possibly be cynical? Living in a nation in which we celebrate the holy birth of a babe in a manger with Perry Como in Hawaii.
Quote from The Last Picture Show
Cliff: So, uh, what'd I miss? Why- Why is that girl, uh, running around screaming at everybody?
Norm: Well, she's trying to convince them that, uh, that Godzilla's merely confused and not really trying to hurt them.
Cliff: Isn't that the part usually played by Akiro Nakamoto?
Norm: Yeah, yeah. But, uh, she left halfway through the Godzilla series.
Woody: I don't understand. Why would an actress leave right in the middle of a successful series?
Quote from Bar Wars VI: This Time It's for Real
Sam: Come on. It's a golden opportunity. We can win this time. We can steal all of Gary's best ideas and use 'em against this new guy. And you remember how Gary's always going first? We can learn from that. We can move first ourselves.
Frasier: Very good, Sam. As that famous prankster Santayana once said, "Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it."
Woody: You got that right, Doctor Crane. Back in high school I was condemned to repeat History three times. By the way, the same goes for Mathematics.