Tim Quote #269

Quote from Tim in Baby, It's Cold Outside

Tim: Oh, you punctured my sock battery.
Jill: No, you punctured your sock battery.
Tim: Can you do something else? I'll do the tent.
Jill: Well, okay, I'll set up the camp stove.
Tim: [sniffs] They burning tir... It smells like burning tires, doesn't it?
Jill: It's your feet.
Tim: And your breath smells fresh, too.
Jill: No, no, no. I mean it. It's your feet, your feet, your feet, feet. They're smoking.
Tim: Aaah!


 ‘Baby, It's Cold Outside’ Quotes

Quote from Jill

Jill: "Insert the first two poles into the two sleeves. After getting two complete poles through the sleeves, you place the aluminum-tipped end into the grommet of the floor webbing loop." That's this.
Tim: Floor webbing... This. Okay.
Jill: Yeah. "By now it should be partially erect."
Both: The tent.

Quote from Wilson

Tim: Wilson, I thought I could do both, you know, and make everybody happy.
Wilson: Well, Tim, let me tell you a little story, about a doe. A deer. A female deer.
Tim: You're not gonna break into a song, are you?
Wilson: No, no, no, no, no, Tim. Anyway, once, when I was driving up here. I came across a young deer standing in the middle of the road. And my headlights were shining directly into its eyes. She started to move one way. Then she moved another way. And then she panicked, she froze. I had to swerve the car to avoid hitting her. Ended up running into a tree.
Tim: Whoa.
Wilson: Now, the deer was happy, but I wasn't. If she had chosen one direction and ran, we both would've been happy. [Tim mumbles agreeably] You see, Tim, when you try to go in too many directions at once, you end up going nowhere.

Quote from Tim

Jill: Oh, thank God. I was getting worried. I heard this awful howling.
Tim: Oh, that was me. Couldn't find any leaves. I had to use a pine cone.