George Quote #880

Quote from George in The Couch

George: So, anything to uh, nosh?
Mr. Temple: What did you want?
George: Popcorn?
Remy: Popcorn? Where do you think you are?
George: Well, a lot of people keep popcorn in the house.
Remy: Well, we don't.
George: You might want to try it. Makes the movie more enjoyable, that's all.
Mr. Temple: Here's some nuts.
George: Oh, nuts, excellent! You know what I love? How there's two nuts named after people. Hazel and Filbert.
Remy: Can we watch the movie now, Daddy?
George: Hey, let's turn off the lights, get some real movie atmosphere.
Mr. Temple: The lights are fine.


 ‘The Couch’ Quotes

Quote from George

George: Well, anyway, the book club meets tomorrow, Mr. Temple.
Mr. Temple: Well, I was going to watch it with my daughter. She likes Audrey Hepburn very much.
George: She was a delicate flower.
Mr. Temple: Why didn't you just read the book?
George: Well, as I say, the pink-eye made my vision quite blurry.
Mr. Temple: Remy, this is George. Would you mind if he watched Breakfast at Tiffany's with us?

Quote from Kramer

Kramer: You remember Poppie?
Jerry: Oh, you mean from Poppie's Restaurant?
Kramer: Yeah, yeah. Anyway, uh, we're going into business together. Remember that idea I had a few years ago about the pizza place where you make your own pizza?
Jerry: Yeah.
Elaine: What was that again?
Kramer: It's a pizza place where you make your own pie. We give you the dough, the sauce, the cheese. You pound it, slap it, you flip it up into the air, you put your toppings on and you slide it into the oven! Sounds good, huh?
Elaine: [in a hillbilly accent] Ooh, I can't wait to get me a fella and make mah own pie!

Quote from George

Lindsay: She didn't want the constraints of any relationship. That's why she got rid of the cat. The most important thing in Holly's life was her independence.
George: Well, not really. After all, she did get together with George Peppard. I mean, Fred.
Lindsay: George, Fred's gay.