Murray Quote #314
Murray: Hoo-hoo! That was a close one, huh?
Pops: You mean, how you almost gave your wife the one thing she's desperately wanted for the last 25 years? The nerve of some people.
Murray: See? You get it. Why doesn't she?
Pops: Murray, it's important to her. It's just dancing. What's the big deal?
Murray: For one thing, I literally have never danced a day in my life. And based upon my current energy level, not gonna start soon.
Pops: Oh, stop. Everyone's danced at some point.
Murray: Yeahhhh, not me.
Pops: You've never been in the shower and hummed a few bars?
Murray: I'm all business in the shower. Soap, rinse, out.
Pops: You've never once been driving, and Miami Sound Machine comes on and you tap your finger on the wheel?
Murray: Tap my finger? Who am I, Gregory Hines?
Pops: Are you trying to say that even as a little boy, you never once clapped your hands to the radio?
Murray: My dad traded it for a bucket. That's how I got my birthday bucket.
Quote from Barry
Barry: When will this "Dirty Dancing" oppression end? When will everybody cut loose, footloose, lick off your sundae spoons?
Lainey: Sweetie, I keep telling you, the song is not about ice cream.
Barry: You don't know! No one does.
Quote from Erica
Beverly: He came back and danced dirty, and so will you after I march down to that school and give Principal Ball a piece of my mind.
Erica: No. Let me march.
Beverly: You want to march?
Erica: I do.
Beverly: Down there?
Beverly: To demand unrealistic changes to school policy, with a complete disdain for reason and common sense?
Erica: I learned from the best.
Beverly: I've never been prouder to call you my daughter.
Erica: And I've never been proud to be your daughter until now.
Quote from Dinner with the Goldbergs
Adult Adam: [v.o.] It was now decision-making time. And for my dad, the only choice was how to save money.
Murray: Okay, it's time for Murray's menu rules. Remember, no prime cuts, no fancy sides, no out-of-season vegetables, no market price, no salad bar, no items in French, no dry-aged anything, and, most importantly...
All: No appetizers of any kind, 'cause that's how they screw ya.
Geoff: Does that include a nice soup?
Murray: Are you for real? Is he for real? You're gonna eat a little meal before you eat a big meal? How many meals do you need?
Quote from A Chorus Lie
Erica: How is it my fault that every guy in our school is an unbearable moron?
Lainey: That's another thing. You gotta stop calling everyone a moron.
Murray: Morons! You're being too loud! Find another house to stupid up.
Barry: Oh my God, you're just like Dad! Way to go, Mur-man. Years of calling everyone on the planet a moron has poisoned your daughter's love life, and left her cold and alone.
Murray: So you're telling me that I've raised a daughter who doesn't want to date dumbass high school boys?
I think I've done my job.
Quote from The Most Handsome Boy on the Planet
Murray: I didn't even like the stupid movie. Dumb little alien. All he wanted to do was go home, then he turns all white and crusty like an old dog turd. He loved that boy, but still he had to leave. I don't want to talk about the damn movie any more.