Cameron Quote #1052
Mitchell: Hey. You look busy.
Cameron: Oh, yeah, well, I'm just putting the finishing touches on the costumes for this year's school musical.
Mitchell: You mean the one that's supposedly based on your life, but is a beat-for-beat rip-off of "The Wizard of Oz"?
Cameron: Mine is the story of a precocious farm kid who takes a magical journey to the big city. How is that "Wizard of Oz"?
Mitchell: Cam, you have a Tin Man.
Cameron: That's our high-school mascot. We were the Mighty Milk Jugs. You know this.
Quote from Pam
Pam: Ugh, my old squash injury.
Mitchell: Oh, you played squash?
Pam: No. I grew the heaviest one in the county. I had to carry it inside every night, on account of poachers.
Quote from Luke
Danielle Pardo: If you guys are making signs, here are some of the issues: women make 79 cents on the dollar, and the government wants to tell me what I can do with my body. I mean, how would you feel if...
[aside to camera:]
Luke: Whoa! She blew my mind. Society treats girls like second-class citizens. I've spent a lot of time on women's websites, but none of this stuff ever came up.
Quote from Unplugged
Cameron: [affected accent] The tribe elders foretold that though I lay with fire-haired man, the giving hawk would bring us baby with her skin the color of sweet corn, which my people call maize.
Mitchell: Okay. Please stop.
Mr. Plympton: Well, uh-
Cameron: Knowledge is her sustenance. Like so much maize which, you'll remember, means corn.
Mitchell: What if I was a single dad?
Quote from Send Out the Clowns
Cameron: [aside to camera] This week, the world lost a great man, and I lost a mentor. For nearly 60 years, Professor Ringmaster Al Uzielli helped young hopefuls like me find their clown persona.
Mitchell: "Professor Ringmaster"?
Cameron: It's a very prestigious title at Clown College. One step below Piemaster General.