Posts tagged ‘Smallville’
“Mind your cleavage.”
~ Judge Len Goodman to celebrity contestant Cloris Leachman when she flashed him her cleavage.
“Well, I assume you’re referring to digestive regularity. Because I’ve come to learn that such inquiries are inappropriate.”
~ Sheldon to Penny when she asked him if the brainiac Leonard has ever dated a regular girl.
“I don’t want to be Robin’s boyfriend. I just want to be with her. All the time. I want to hear about her day and tell her about mine. I want to hold her hand and smell her hair. But I don’t want to be her stupid boyfriend.”
~ Womanizer Barney to friend Lily, on being in love with Robin.
“I lost four pounds. I don’t know what those other fools were doing but I lost four pounds.”
~ Stanley, on how his officemates lost only one pound as a group on week 4 of the weight loss challenge.
“What is wrong with these people? They have no willpower. I once went 28 years without having sex. And then again for 7 years.”
~ Michael Scott, on how his officemates lost only one pound as a group on week 4 of the weight loss challenge.
“Growing up isn’t about making the right decisions. It’s about dealing with the decisions you’ve made and picking yourself up.”
~ Ignacio Suarez to daughter Betty, on moving out and getting her own apartment.
“Take a leap. Don’t be afraid to fall flat on your face.”
~ Betty to Kimmie, when the former mean girl was feeling bad about herself.
(This quote made a lot of sense while I was watching the show. But now that I think about it, I think Betty was just trying to get even with Kimmie, wanting her to fall flat on her face. 🙂 )
“I have no interest in money. Money won’t show me my destiny. I saved the world … twice. Now look at me, a man without a quest. All I do is sit here bored. It’s not like destiny is going to come knocking at my door.” (Then someone knocks at the door. 🙂 )
~ Hiro to Ando, on taking over his late father’s business.
“I don’t feel anything. It didn’t hurt. There’s no pain. I heal. But I always feel everything. It hurts the same as it would for anyone else, but not this time. That pain. I’m always so grateful for. Because it’s the only time I know I’m still human.”
~ Claire Bennett to mom Sandra, when she cut her hand on a piece of broken glass.
“We all have something that we need to hide. But it’s alright. It will get better.”
~ Clark Kent to Beth, a 15-year old meteor freak who blew up a bus and her friend.
(This is actually from the second episode.)