Adult Chris Quote #14

Quote from Adult Chris in Everybody Hates Keisha

Tonya: Ooh, I'm telling.
Drew: Shut up, Tonya.
Adult Chris: [v.o.] Usually, when Tonya said she was telling, that meant I was getting in trouble. But I didn't care. All I wanted to do was slap the black off of Drew.
[fantasy: Drew's face has a patchy complexion as he is carried into an ambulance on a stretcher:]
Detective: What happened?
Police Officer: Looks like the older brother came home, found the little brother kissing his woman and slapped the black off him.
Detective: [holding an evidence back] Is this the black?
Police Officer: All we could find.
Detective: So much for brotherly love.


 ‘Everybody Hates Keisha’ Quotes

Quote from Rochelle

Rochelle: Sit down, Julius. I know you're not blind, Julius. She's pretty. And if you think I look like her, then I'm okay with that.
Julius: Really?
Rochelle: No! If that happens again, somebody getting stabbed!
Adult Chris: [v.o.] That's my mother's version of being understanding.

Quote from Rochelle

Sheila: Rochelle, I love your place. How you keep it so clean with three kids?
Rochelle: Oh, no, my children know how to act. They know, once they walk through that front door, I don't tolerate no foolishness.
Sheila: Uh-uh.
Adult Chris: [v.o.] That's Sheila, Keisha's mother. My mother didn't make a lot of friends, because she's, what I like to call, a ghetto snob.
Rochelle: Look at that woman out here with rollers in her hair.
Tonya: Mama, you have rollers on.
Rochelle: Yeah, but I'm wearing a scarf. No class.

Quote from Greg

Greg: Ah, man! Keisha? Right in your living room?
Chris: Yeah. And she said, "Hi, Chris."
Greg: Ah, man! You are so in there.
Chris: You think so?
Greg: Yeah. I mean, she didn't just say "Hi." She initiated the "Hi."
Chris: Whoa. I never thought of it like that.
Greg: Man, you got to get a condom.
Adult Chris: [v.o.] It'd be two years before I knew what a condom was and eight years before I got to use one.