Frasier Quote #410
Norm: Hey, Cliffie. Your beer taste a little flat today?
Norm: I don't know. Seems like it's off by maybe a hop or two.
Cliff: Well, it probably has something to do with that new pasteurization process. You know, they put it in big sterilized vats... Ah, who gives a hoot?
Frasier: What, no long-winded explanation? Cliff just isn't himself today.
Woody: Well, it's not just Mr. Clavin. I'm feeling a little strange, too. In fact, this whole place feels weird.
Frasier: Well, you know, Woody, the Japanese believe that every house has its own energy, what they call its "wah". Now, Eastern culture submits that if this "wah" is somehow in disorder, everyone that enters therein will feel a sense of disconnection.
Woody: Mr. Clavin, I know why you're not yourself. Dr. Crane is yourself.
Quote from Woody
Carla: What are you talking about? This is St. Paddy's Day. It's one of the busiest nights of the year. It's when Gary wheels out the big guns.
Sam: He can't do anything worse to us than he did last year. Remember that? The place was packed and Gary and his goons filled our stairwell with potatoes.
Woody: Yeah, and just my luck I was sitting on the bottom step tying my shoe at the time. Lucky for me you guys were able to dig me out. I'd hate to be the second member of my family buried alive by potatoes.
Quote from Woody
Norm: Guys, guys, we're going nuts here. I tell you, man, it's just sheer luck that no one was hurt in this situation, other than Rebecca.
Cliff: Wait, wait, wait, wait. This might be part of Gary's master plan.
Cliff: Keep us on the edge, off balance.
Woody: Yeah. Mr. Clavin's right. I think Gary's probably playing with us, like a rat with a mouse.
Sam: That's a cat and mouse, Woody. Cat and mouse.
Woody: Sam, a cat and a mouse don't play together. They're mortal enemies. They don't even know the same games. Think before you speak, Sam.
Quote from Veggie-Boyd
Sam: These are, uh, trivia napkins. Ever since I got the bar back, I've been looking for ways to say, "Hey, thank you for patronizing me."
Frasier: Oh, Sam, I- I know you wanted to use a great big word there. I think that's marvelous, but I believe what you meant to say was, "Thank you for your patronage."
Sam: Really? What's the difference?
Frasier: Patronage means customers. Patronizing is the way one would talk to a small, dull child.
Sam: Kind of like how you're talking to me right now?
Frasier: Aren't you cute!
Quote from Finally! (Part 2)
Frasier: You know, I agree with Cliff. There's a great deal to be said for discretion. You know, it's entirely possible Rebecca may grow tired of Robin and thus avoid the heartache. Then on the other hand, as one who was cuckolded by a lover deeply trusted, the longer led on, the harder the fall. I'm just not sure that Rebecca can be as strong and forgiving as I was when... that bitch Diane dumped me.