Elaine Quote #135

Quote from Elaine in The Suicide

Elaine: Should you be smoking?
Rula: Does it bother you?
Elaine: You're pregnant.
George: Elaine.
Rula: I smoked when I had Faithy. Uh-oh.
George: Uh-oh? What? What uh-oh?
Rula: I don't know about this trip George.
George: You can see the Cayman Islands in there? Is something going to happen to me? What?
Elaine: It's really bad for the fetus. Do you know that?
George: Elaine, she's a psychic. She knows how the kid's going to be. Should I not go on this trip?
Rula: George, I am going to tell you something and I want you to really hear me.
Elaine: Now, listen. I just don't know how a person, with everything we now know about prenatal care can put a cigarette in her mouth.
George: Elaine, what are you doing?
Elaine: It's disgusting.
Rula: I don't need this. I would like you both to leave.
Elaine: Oh, fine. I don't like to be around people who are just so irresponsible.


 ‘The Suicide’ Quotes

Quote from George

George: Are there terrorists on the plane? A hotel fire. Is that it? Malaria? Yellow fever? Lupus? Is it Lupus?

Quote from Jerry

George: Hey, I'm all set. I got the ticket. I'm going to the Cayman Islands this Friday.
Jerry: I don't get you. Who goes on vacation without a job? What do you need a break from getting up at eleven?
George: It's an incredible deal. I don't know why you don't come with me.
Jerry: I don't go for these non-refundable deals. I can't commit to a woman. I'm not going to commit to an airline.

Quote from Jerry

Jerry: I'm going to get a physical examination. To me, that urine sample, giving them that is always a pleasure, isn't it? Then there's always the amount question. I don't know what you need. I gave you whatever I have there. That's... I've got more. Whatever you need. I could get more. Just let me know what you need. It's no problem. But, I mean, any kind of physical test, I always click into this thing where I want to do really well, you know. If there's going to be a physical test, I want to do well. Remember, when you were in school, they'd do those hearing tests. And you'd really be listening, you know... Trying to be really... Trying to do well. I want to do well, you know. I wanted to do unbelievable on the hearing test. I wanted them to come to me after the test and go: "We think you may have something close to super hearing. What you heard was a cotton ball touching a piece of felt. We're sending the results to Washington. We'd like you to meet the President."