Brad Taylor Quotes     Page 15 of 15

Quote from A Hardware Habit to Break

Mark: Why do you have a brochure for a motel in Florida?
Brad: 'Cause a bunch of kids and I are going down there for spring break. It's gonna be a week with no parents, no chaperones and no tops in the Jacuzzi.
Mark: And how did you get Mom and Dad to agree to this?
Brad: Well, that's one detail I haven't quite figured out. But I've got a plan.
Jill: [enters] Hi, guys. How's it going?
Brad: You know, it's interesting you should ask, Mom. While many young Americans are busy frittering away their lives with sex and drugs, I have remained dedicated to my studies and athletic pursuits.
Jill: You're not going to Florida on spring break.
Brad: How does she know these things?
Jill: Your travel agent called.
Brad: Oh, man!

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Quote from A Hardware Habit to Break

Jill: For the millionth time, you are not going to Florida on spring break.
Brad: But, Mom, will you hear me out?
Jill: [groans] All right.
Brad: A lot of the parents shared your concerns, all right? Now we have five chaperones going. The boys are staying in one hotel and the girls are staying in another. We're gonna be supervised 24 hours a day. And I promise, we can't go anywhere alone.
Mark: So, why do you want to go?
Brad: I don't think I do anymore.

Quote from Loose Lips and Freudian Slips

Brad: Mom, are you ever gonna get off the phone? I've gotta make some calls.
Jill: Use your phone.
Brad: I can't. I'm downloading some hot pictures from Denmark... of Danishes.

Quote from Loose Lips and Freudian Slips

Jill: You know, this part just doesn't seem right there.
Brad: "When the mother tries to instill feminist ideology in her son, and the father presents a counter philosophy/ethos, it can cause confusion in the adolescent male." Hmm. Sounds good to me.
Jill: You understand that?
Brad: No. But I'm a confused adolescent male.

Quote from The Long and Winding Road (Part 1)

Tim: Brad, listen to this...
Brad: Actually, Dad, can you talk to me about it later? I have a 5:00 hair appointment at Pablo's. He gets all weird when I'm late.
Tim: Pablo? He's more important than your dad?
Brad: Dad, he cuts my hair.

Quote from The Long and Winding Road (Part 1)

Mark: You know, I can't think of one good thing about Indiana.
Brad: They have a town named French Lick.
Mark: Will it be easy for you just to pick up and leave Detroit?
Tim: No! It wasn't easy for me to quit Tool Time, but I did that.
Brad: Yeah. Just when it was starting to get good.
Tim: Women were body-slamming each other!
Brad: Like I said...

Quote from I'm Scheming of a White Christmas

Brad: Boy, I'm glad that's over.
Randy: Yeah, tell me about it. Can you believe all those kids down at the shelter?
Brad: Yeah. They didn't have anything. We were stealing money from them.
Randy: We have lots of stuff. I guess we got it pretty good, huh? Come on. Let's clean up our room.
Brad: It was kinda weird the way those kids were staring at us.
Randy: They were staring at you. You just stood there making monkey sounds. Ugh. Ugh.
Brad: That was 'cause Mom was poking me in the ribs.
Randy: She wanted you to say something. I had to apologize for the both of us.
Brad: So? I had to give 'em the money.

Quote from Engine and a Haircut, Two Fights

Brad: Would you stop bugging me, Dad? I mean, it's my hair.
Tim: Yeah, but your hair lives in my house.
Brad: Why do we have to go through this every time I get a haircut?
Tim: We wouldn't have to if you'd get a decent haircut. Just get something more traditional, okay?
Brad: Like yours?
Tim: Yeah. What's wrong with my hair?
Brad: You know, I hate to tell you this, Dad, but that look went out with those machines that played those round black things on them that spun.
Tim: Record player.
Brad: Ah.
Mark: Record player? We were just reading about that in our history class.

Quote from Engine and a Haircut, Two Fights

Tim: I'm not taking you to the hot rod shop looking like that.
Brad: Just because of my hair?
Tim: You got it.
Jill: Tim, come on. You promised you'd take him.
Brad: No, no, no. You know what, Mom? I don't want to go anymore. I mean, I don't give a crap about his hot rod or his stupid engine.
Tim: Don't talk to me like that.
Brad: Don't worry, I won't be talking to you.
Tim: Well, I won't talk to you, either.
Brad: Fine.
Tim: Double fine.
Both: Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine!

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