Bob Currie Quotes Page 1 of 2

Quote from Jazzagals

Bob: [runs up] Hey, Johnny. Keepin' busy, or, uh, hardly workin'?
Johnny: Well, first of all, Bob, that's not the expression.

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Quote from Bob's Bagels

Bob: So I was thinking, and uh, I'm not married to it, but, uh, "Bob's Bagels."
Roland: Johnny, I think you have something you'd like to say to Bob.
Bob: You don't wanna use the name Bob? Oh, I get it, go with something a little more old testament?

Quote from Family Dinner

Bob: I got a great spot for a chair right there. Uh, you just have to move these tires. Um, filing those papers'll give you some extra space.
Johnny: Yeah, Bob, I'm not working for you, I'm not filing papers.
Bob: No, I'm just saying, if you need to get a chair in here, you know, you might have to move some things. Maybe, you know, sell some old car parts.
Johnny: Yeah, I didn't come here looking for a job. Okay? I wanted a space to work, and frankly I don't think this is it.
Bob: Okay, well uh, I'm not saying you have to make a decision right now. Just maybe clean it up, and give it a think.
Johnny: How about I give it a think without cleaning it up!
Bob: Suit yourself. As long as it gets cleaned up at some point.

Quote from Family Dinner

Bob: All right, Johnny, uh, I guess just let me know when you've finished cleaning up, and, uh, I'll find something else for you to do.
Johnny: Bob, I don't work for you, I'm just setting up an office.
Bob: No, I know, it's your space. And, uh, just so you know, garage opens at eight, but if you're here a few minutes before that, even better.

Quote from Bob's Bagels

Johnny: All right, you know what, I hate to break up this party, but this is my office, and I do have a lot of work to do, so up, Roland.
Roland: Your office? Uh, well that's kind of interesting, Johnny, because I don't remember seeing your application for a new business license.
Bob: Oh jeez! To be a fly on the wall for this conversation!
Johnny: Bob, you're in the room.

Quote from The Cabin

Johnny: And once again, my apologies.
Moira: And I'm sorry, I don't know how to make a bed.
Johnny: And I may have damaged your corkscrew, Bob.
Bob: You broke it in half.
Johnny: Okay, the door, it won't open. The door won't open.
Bob: It's locked.
Johnny: Oh, it's locked.
Moira: What do you want from us?
Bob: Yes, it's it's locked to prevent strangers from coming into the cabin. See, uh, we didn't realize that, uh, strangers would already be in the cabin when we locked it.

Quote from Carl's Funeral

Johnny: Bob, in case I wanna mention this in my remarks, how-how did Carl go?
Bob: Well, it was a bit of a freak accident, really. Apparently, he was trying to unhook his belt from the ceiling fan and apparently it It got knotted around his neck.
Johnny: What?
Bob: Yeah, you know, you'd think the whole thing would've come down, you know, keeping a fan and a body spinning up there for two days. But, uh, Carl found the studs on that one.
Johnny: Oh, yeah.
Bob: That's craftsmanship.
Johnny: Oh, yeah.
Bob: But that, uh, that was Carl.

Quote from Jazzagals

Bob: [runs up] Hey, Johnny. I just went out and got me a muffin.
Johnny: Bob, a customer was just in here, and he was saying he had a problem with a muffler.
Bob: Oh yeah? What, uh, what'd it end up being?
Johnny: Well, I don't know, I didn't go out and look.
Bob: Oh?
Johnny: I'm not a mechanic!
Bob: Well, I don't expect you to know everything, but you know, if a client of yours came in here, I'd certainly talk to them.
Johnny: Well, I hope you wouldn't.
Bob: Well, not that I have to worry, I know you're a little low on clients.
Johnny: That's because I'm building a business, Bob. And right now I'm in strategy mode, looking for opportunities, and eventually I will implement a plan.
Bob: Well, if you feel like, uh, you might like to implement a muffler, be my guest. Because I can't afford to lose any customers right now, Johnny. Especially, ah, when I'm giving away free office space.

Quote from Jazzagals

Bob: Oh, poor Dick. He loved that car. It was a gift from the church. He and his family hit on some hard times, and uh-
Johnny: Yeah, you know what, Bob? I'll tell 'ya, I will call Mr. Stinson, and apologize.
Bob: Well, you can apologize to Mr. Stinson until the cows come home, but I don't see how that is gonna help Dick Sinson!
Johnny: I'll fix it, Bob!
Bob: Here's hopin'.
Johnny: Ridiculous name! Sin- Sinson. Sinson! Dick Sin- Sinson!

Quote from The M.V.P.

Moira: Might I share with you an anecdote about my director...?
Stevie: A man with amnesia!
Moira: Yes! Well, he may have a story or two about that from his later years.
Stevie: No, sorry, I mean, the game. It- He's a man with amnesia!
Bob: Yes! Oh, I'm so glad somebody figured it out! Oh, I actually forgot what I was supposed to do up here!

Quote from The Wingman

Johnny: Okay, all right, are you in or not?
Ronnie: Ooh, I'm in. 'Cause I don't wanna miss a chance to see how this plays out.
Johnny: Bob?
Bob: Well, it... it would be so nice to not be completely alone for a night. Uh, lucky Gwen, she has another one of her male cousins visiting. [chuckles then sobs]

Quote from The Cabin

Bob: Oh good, you're done. We, uh, we didn't wanna interrupt.
Johnny: What're doing here?
Bob: Oh, just finishing off the latest Harold Zable novel. You ever read him?
Johnny: How long have you been here?
Bob: Quite a while. Yeah, you seemed to have a little trouble there, getting going. And, uh, well, we, uh, we didn't think you needed the extra pressure on you, so...

Quote from The Cabin

Gwen: Oh, hi! You're good.
Moira: And you are?
Bob: I'm Bob, this is my wife Gwen, and, uh, this is our cabin.
Moira: Oh, no, no, no. This is Roland and Jocelyn's cabin.
Gwen: No, they're a mile up the road.
Bob: Big tree, a fence. You can't miss it.

Quote from Allez-Vous

Bob: Okay, well, let's get 'er hooked up, get you back to the garage, and we'll start on the paperwork.
Johnny: What paperwork?
Bob: It's all filled in, you just have to sign it, and, uh, she's all yours.
Johnny: I'm not buying this car.
Bob: You change your mind?
Johnny: It broke. Twice! It's a broken car!
Bob: We'll play a little hardball, okay. I'll knock twenty bucks off.
Johnny: You couldn't get twenty bucks for scrap.
Bob: Oh, all right, thirty bucks.
Johnny: How about zero bucks?! I wouldn't give you a dime for this!
Bob: Johnny, you're killing me here. Fifty bucks.
Johnny: Oh, you know what, Bob, I'm walking. I'm walking.
Bob: I'll throw in a couple of floor mats, but that's my final offer.
Johnny: Walking!

Quote from Family Dinner

Bob: I hope you don't mind me uh, eavesdropping on your conversation, but uh, I think maybe I could help you.
Johnny: Really?
Bob: I heard you're looking for office space?
Johnny: Yes!
Bob: Well, I have a sweet little spot you might be interested in, if uh, if you wanna take a look.
Johnny: Yes, I would! Thank you.
Bob: Happy to help, I'm sure you'd do the same for me. If you had anything to offer.

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