Dina: Oh, now, Greg, you have a very unique last name. Um, we were curious, how do you pronounce it? Greg: Oh, just like it's spelled. F-O-C-K-E-R. Dina: Focker. Jack: Hmm, Focker. Hmm.
Cliff: Oh, uh, by the way, nice spirit fingers. Missy: Yeah. Well, here's another.
Oh. Don't be so naive, Torrance. Look, the truth is I was a real leader, okay? I did what I had to do to win at nationals, and ever since I handed the reins over to you, you've run my squad into the ground!
Ooh! I'm gonna look good in this, y'all.
Torrance: Okay, guys, let's go out there and do our best. Nothing hits the floor. We stick it. Hands in. Les: Trust on three. One, two, three. Toros Squad: Trust!
Oh, one of Britney's mom's pubic hairs.
Oh, right. I guess the dog's vet appointment's tomorrow, isn't it. We put the cat in today. Honest mistake, Squeak. Sorry.
"Truth is not relative, only our position to it" J. D. Payne
Dina: Oh. Look, honey, Greg brought us a present. Jack: Oh, isn't that nice? Dina: Oh, look at this. It's a flower pot with the dirt in it.
Our cameras are motion-activated, so they begin taping as soon as they sense any movement. And we can hide 'em in anything. We hide 'em in mirrors, lamps, televisions, you name it. So no matter where you go, we'll be watching you.
Greg: Oh, that wasn't the airline, was it? Jack: Nope, wrong number. We're all out of Collins mix, so I'm gonna make a run for the store. Dina: That's funny. I thought I just bought some. Jack: You know how that stuff, it just goes, so I'll be back in a jiff. Pam: Well, why doesn't Greg go with you? Sweetie,...
Oh dear God, thank You. You are such a good God to us, a kind and gentle... and accommodating God. And we thank You, Oh sweet, sweet Lord of hosts... for the... smorgasbord... You have so aptly lain at our table this day... and each day... by day. Day by day by day. Oh dear Lord, three things we pray. To love Thee m...
Dina: Oh, Greg, that was lovely. Jack: Thank you, Greg. That was interesting too.
Greg: Oh, that's a... that's a lovely vase. That's great. Let me guess, Jack. Is that one of your little secret cameras too? A booga-booga-booga! Dina: Greg, that's an urn which holds the remains of Jack's mother. Greg: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. Jack: That's all right. You didn't know, Greg.
Dina: Oh, honey, why don't you read Greg your poem? Jack: Oh, no, he doesn't want to hear that.
Oh, all right. It's a work in progress. I'm still not happy with it. As soon as it's ready, then I am going to glaze it onto a plate......and put it next to the urn.
Greg: Oh, yeah, you can milk anything with nipples. Jack: I have nipples, Greg. Could you milk me?
Okay, could we change the subject perhaps?
Dennis Dupree: Oh, my God. I just threw up. Lonny: Where? Dennis Dupree: In my pants.
Oh, look, somebody had a visit from the hair fairy.
Greg: Oh, and don't worry about the little covert op, all right? I'll keep it on the lowdown. Denny: Down low. Greg: No doubt.
Oh, I love your suits. It must be a bitch gettin' a size 68 extra-fat and a 12 dwarf.
Jenna: Oh, he's fine. He came through the operation with flying colors. Coop: All right! With that new liver, he should be peeing like a champ in no time, huh? Jenna: That's kidneys, Coop. Coop: Oh.
Top of the seventh, and those cheers you're hearing are from the nearly 15,000 on hand here for Anal Probe Night.
Oh, come on! Shoot, boy!
Coop: Oh, I get it. You don't want us to show up at the game at all! Baxter: Of course, you numbskulls! It's called blackmail!
Over a hundred million people throughout the world tuned in to see this game. Many of them, of course, with no understanding of the sport itself, but nonetheless fascinated by the flickering images and the bright, pretty colors.
Oh, my God. La-Z-Boy has popped! The ball Coop has used every day of his career is gone, and a time-out has been called as the Beers star tries to regroup.
Pam: Oh, poor Kevin looks lonely. Maybe I should ask him to dance. What do you think? Greg: Sure. I bet he could, uh, whittle a private little dance floor for the two of you. I'm serious. I saw some beech wood outside. He's very handy. He's an extremely handy and crafty craftsman. I shouldn't paint him with that b...
One day I came home and found him in the shower......with a girl... and her mother!
Ouch! And the ref takes a point away.
Oh, I'm such a shit!
Bruce: Oh, no. Grace, the dog! Grace: I'm in the shower! Bruce: No, Sam! Bad dog! Inside, bad. Outside, good. Inside, bad. Outside, good. Oh, you're done now. Great. B-E-A-utiful. Come on. Let's go back inside and have a shit.
Atlantic Flight Attendant: Oh, I'm sorry. We're only boarding rows nine and above right now. You'll have to wait. Greg: Well, I'm in row eight. Atlantic Flight Attendant: Please step aside, sir. Greg: It's just one row. Don't you think it's okay if I... Atlantic Flight Attendant: We'll call your row momentar...
Greg: Oh, shit. How'd you get here? Jack: I'm everywhere, Focker.
Oh, yeah. What's that, Jack? What? Yeah, you thought Puff was just the name of the boy's magical dragon? Not too quick on the uptake, huh, Jack? Why don't you ask Denny who's puffin' the magic dragon? Not onto that one, huh? Surprising for a big C.I.A. pulse detector.
Ooh. Hey, hey, check my pulse on this question, Jack. Do I think you're a psycho? Yes. What? Oh, you like my little gift? What? The Jerusalem what? What? I can't hear you. Jerusalem toodle-oo-poosey, poosley-loo? What? What? Oh, you don't now shit about flowers. What's that? You want me to what? You got another ques...
Grace: Oh. Here. Hold on a second. You need these more than I do. Bruce: What is these? Grace: Prayer beads. The kids made 'em for me. They will keep you safe. Bruce: I hope they're powerful. I'm gonna need a friggin' miracle to get to work on time.
Oh, and wouldn't that be a bite? Missing a whole wrestling meet?
Jerry: One, two three, four,five, and one for good luck! Fletcher: He struck the child, did you see that?
Judge Stevens: Order! Order! Order! Fletcher: Knock it off! Judge Stevens: Sit down!
Oh, well. No big deal.
Bruce: Oh, that's great, Sam, but you missed your target. I'm over here! Grace: Don't get mad at the dog. It's not the dog's fault. Bruce: No. It's God's fault. I gave him the wrong coordinates.
Oh, and by the way, you suck!
Officially my major was English, but really it was the '60s.
The Voice: If you build it, he will come. Ray: Okay, you must have heard that! Annie: Sorry.
Annie: What happened to you? Ray: The voice is back. Annie: Oh, Lord! You don't have to build a football field now, do you?
Ray: OK, the last interview he ever gave was in 1973. Guess what it's about. Annie: Some kind of team sport.
Ray: Hey, Annie. Guess what? I'm with Terence Mann! Annie: Oh, my God! You kidnapped him!
Ray: So what do you want? Mann: I want them to stop looking to me for answers... begging me to speak again, write again, be a leader. I want them to start thinking for themselves. And I want my privacy. Ray: No, I meant what do you want? Mann: Oh! Dog and a beer.
Okay, Mr. Brigante, I'm all ears.
Okay Mr. Brigante! You're not accepting an award.
Oh, darn. All this horsepower and no room to gallop. Heigh-ho, Silver, away!
Ow! And he can pass!
Here in America -- in the wealthiest nation on Earth -- no illness or accident should lead to any family's financial ruin. I know there will be a lot of discussion today about the politics of all this, about who won and who lost. That's how these things tend to be viewed here in Washington. But that discussion co...
He does not want you to have the self-esteem of getting up and earning, and having that title of American. He'd rather you be his slave.
Oh, I know. I feel all empty inside because of it. I have such a deep admiration for guys who roll around on the floor with other guys.
Bender: Oh, I'm crushed. Vernon: You just bought one more right there. Bender: Well, I'm free the Saturday after that. Beyond that, I'll have to check my calendar. Vernon: Good! Because it's gonna be filled. We'll keep going.
O.J., you're going to be on television.
What a perfect way to celebrate America's birthday, the world's oldest democracy, with some of our newest citizens.
Alex: One ship, you, me, and that's it? Grig: Exactly! Xur thinks you're still on Earth. Classic military strategy. Surprise attack. Alex: It'll be a slaughter! Grig: That's the spirit. Alex: No, my slaughter. One ship against the whole armada?
Maggie: That does it. Beta: Oh, God. All right. I give up. I'm not Alex Rogan. Maggie: What? Beta: I'm a beta unit. I'm an exact duplicate of Alex. He's up there saving the universe, while I'm down here for target practice.
Oh, I sure that's exactly what you want these people to believe. You know something, Bender? You ought to spend a little more time trying to do something with yourself and a little less time trying to impress people.
Once the box is opened, people die.
Oh, you've remodeled the garage. Must have cost you hundreds.
If a woman's employer is a charity or a hospital that has a religious objection to providing contraceptive services as part of their health plan, the insurance company -- not the hospital, not the charity -- will be required to reach out and offer the woman contraceptive care free of charge without co-pays, and with...
From now until then, both sides will spend tons of money on TV commercials. The other side will spend over a billion dollars on ads that tell you the economy is bad, that it’s all my fault; that I can’t fix it because I think government is always the answer, or because I didn’t make a lot of money in the private sec...
I just believe that anybody making over $250,000 a year should go back to the income tax rates we were paying under Bill Clinton. Back when our economy created nearly 23 million new jobs, the biggest budget surplus in history, and plenty of millionaires to boot.
Over the years I found Mr. Underhill's credit card to be a useful tool... much like Underhill himself.
First of all, I was glad that the Supreme Court ruled that extortion is still illegal in America. And that’s a relief because Obamacare on Medicaid to the states was extortion. It essentially said, you expand your program to where we tell you, and if you don’t, we’re taking all the rest of your money away. Well tha...
Allison: Or are you a tease? Andrew: She's a tease. Claire: I'm sure. Why don't you forget it? Andrew: You're a tease and you know it. All giris are teases. Bender: She's only a tease if what she does gets you hot. Claire: I don't do anything!
It's funny - when I ran, everybody said, well he can give a good speech but can he actually manage the job? And in my first two years, I think the notion was, 'Well, he's been juggling and managing a lot of stuff, but where's the story that tells us where he's going?' And I think that was a legitimate criticism.
Oh, my God, no. No! No! No! No! No!
Oh, God. What have I become? What have I become?
Oh, keep a lid on it!
OK, Bob, you win.
Oh, you've got to be shitting me.
On top of everything else, I think I'm getting my period.
By the way, if you've got health insurance, you’re not getting hit by a tax, the only thing that’s happening to you is that you now have more security because insurance companies can’t drop you when you get sick.
Oh, my God! You're still here? Boat has docked. He's here, you're out.
Okay, so, they predate the fossil record. That would make 'em a couple billion years old. And we've just never seen one 'til now.
The track record of their vision resulted in turning surpluses into deficits. We ran two wars on a credit card. Job growth was the most sluggish it had been in decades. The average wages and income of working families actually went down during this period, and it culminated in this massive crisis.
Narrator: Then Whos young and old would sit down to a feast. And they'll feast and they'll feast. Grinch: And they'll feast, feast, feast, feast! They'll eat their Who pudding. And rare Who roast beast! But there's something I just cannot stand in the least. Oh, no. I'm speaking in rhyme!
Oh, Max. I love you!
Oh, no, the sleigh, the presents, they'll be destroyed, and I care! What is the deal?
Holly Cantrell: Dr. Marshall? Oh my God! Are you alright? Hey, up you get. Here, just lean against... Oh dear. Dr. Rick Marshall: I'm fine. I'm okay, I just... worked late. Then, I got hungry and I... had several meals and lapsed into a food coma.
Oh, God, we're screwed.
Okay. I'm man enough to say that's my bad.
Oh that blows. That blows.
Greg: OK, I know this looks bad, but I can explain. Jack: What the hell happened? I said no monkey business. Greg: No! There was no monkey business. Jack: No monkey business? You're wearing my breast. Little Jack is drinking. Moses is sodomizing Jinxy. You're telling me there's no monkey business? What is goi...
Will: Ohhh! Chaka: Gaaa! Will: Oh, God! Chaka: Gaaa! Gaaa!
Oh, God, I've lived. I have lived.
Oh shit! It's Macy Gray with pork chop sideburns!
Ohh! Right up the pooper!
Ooh, too funky for myself.
Okay, Bruce Leroy, turn around.
Oh, nothing relaxes a brother after a hard day of going undercover like a little piece of the cookie. Goddamn.
Ow, my wrist.
It delivers a rather liberal spritzing of hot sauce. One blast should be enough to make Caucasian food edible.
If there's anything to take away from this tragedy it's the reminder that life is very fragile. Our time here is limited and it is precious. What matters at the end of the day is not the small things, it's not the trivial things which so often consume us and our daily lives. Ultimately, it's how we choose to treat ...
Bob McClane: Oh, shit. Oh, shit. Dr. Lull: I've been trying to tell you, someone has erased his memory. Ernie: Excuse me. "Someone"? We're talking about the fucking Agency. Dr. Lull: Shut up! Tiffany: Bob, the client's gone.
Richter: Open the goddamn door! Everett: I can't. Richter: Open it! Everett: They're all connected.
Quaid: Only she wasn't really my wife. Melina: Oh, she isn't really your wife? How stupid of me! She was Hauser's wife? Quaid: Look, forget I said wife. Melina: No, let's forget about everything. I'm sick of you and your goddamn lies!
You know, obviously, I'm not saying I'm an African, white space Christ. That would be; That's not for me to say. That's for other people; That's for other people to say if they think I'm... They think I'm like Jesus.
Oh Christ! Now they're after me!
Open your mind. Open your mind. Open your mind.
Okay, then if I'm not me, who the hell am I?
And for a limited time only, order an eight piece Nappy Meal, and get a 32 ounce malt liquor absolutely free.
Once you've had Undercover Brother, there is no other.
Okay, a couple quick ground rules. Please don't jump off the bus. Weird. Not fun for anybody. Also, no throwing objects at pedestrians, unless, of course, they deserve it. Okay? We are not at work today. We are on vacation today. And if you can't blow it out here on the big funny bus, where the hell can you?
Buck: Ooh, ouch. Phil: Ouch. Why ouch?
One man's toxic sludge is another man's potpourri.
Oh, my God! Why does this keep happening to me?
Aldous: Naples? Naples: Yeah? Aldous: One day you'll have to find a wife or a partner. Naples: Yeah, I know that. Aldous: Don't choose a woman like your mother. Naples: What do you mean? Aldous: I mean, your mother is a wonderful mother, but she is a terrible human being.
Oh, God, I'm in bad shape for 11.
Hey, listen. One of... One of my guys didn't bring his socks. So, we forfeit. You hear that, Vultures, we forfeit. Let's go. Come on! Run! Hurry, run quickly! Run! Run to the car! Run! Don't look back! Run!
Richard: On the kick drum! Come, come! On the kick drum! Come, come! That's Gary! Come, come with the kick drum. Come! Come, come with the kick drum. Gary, on the kick drum. Come, come. That's Gary on the kick drum. Go! And Gary. In the house. Come, come. Come, come. With the kick drum. Come, come. Gary: I'm just ...
Okay. Tonight just... It just got a little out of hand, and hopefully he's just gonna realize that he's got some changes to make and he's gonna... He's gonna come home and apologize. Okay? That's what's gonna happen.
Gary: Oh, hey, Brooke. How are you? Brooke: What the hell are you doing? Gary: Well, my whole life, I always wanted my own place with my own pool table. I finally got my own place, but you would not allow me to have a pool table. I just kind of figured I'd rectify that today. And it does feel good. I'm gonna go a...
Okay, look, Brooke, men are like children. You know? And they... (WHISPERING) Sweetie, it's a figure of speech. It's Brooke. And I love you so much. And you're my man and you know that. You're amazing. I love you. Listen, and they're gonna test boundaries to see what they can get away with.
Okay, everyone. Team vote here. By a show of hands, just put it up when you make a decision, who here agrees with Brooke and thinks I should leave the bowling team? Shocker.
Oh, I'm disappointed. I'm hurt.
Okay, lassie, I want you to listen to me and listen good. I'm not saying he won't get married. I'm not saying he won't even have kids. But then one day his wife will come home, and then she'll find him with a guy named Majulio, wearing leather helmets and clubbing each other to Yanni's greatest hits.
Aldous: Okay. What'd you prefer, blonde or brunette? Blonde or brunette? Aaron: I don't know. Aldous: What was your ex? Aaron: Brunette. Aldous: Blonde it is.
Oh, yeah, this is great. This is something else. Oh. Oh. Oh, shit!
Ooh ooh. I got the all over fidgets on that one. You've really shaken me up. I'm shivering all over.
Our entire relationship I've gone above and beyond for you, for us. And I mean, I've cooked. I've picked your shit up off the floor. I've laid your clothes out for you like you were a four-year-old. I support you. I supported you, your work. If we ever had dinner or anything, I make the plans. I take care of everyth...
Oh, this is now beyond awkward. There's some new guy standing out in the hallway and I think I'm gonna go.
Annie: Okay, now what? Ted: Cup my balls. Annie: Okay, yes. All right. I can do that.
Annie: Okay, you know what? Slow it down, slow it down. Ted: Okay. Annie: Slow it down. There we go. Ted: How's that? Annie: That's good, nice and slow. See? Doesn't that feel good? Ted: Yeah.
Oh, boy! The bad boys of a cappella have just gotten badder!
Annie: Oh, Shit, he sees us. Lillian: Oh, God.
Annie: We... had an... adult sleepover. Lillian: Ooh. Did you let him sleep over in your mouth?
Annie: That's sweet. You guys love each other, huh? Jewelry Store Couple: Yeah. Jewelry Store Couple: Yeah. Annie: Ohh! That's sweet. That will go away.
Annie: Mom, I keep telling you, you're not supposed to go to those things. You're not an alcoholic. Annie's Mom: Only because I've never had a drink.
Oh, man! This is some classy shit here.
Oh No, I have sex constantly. The sex is constant. But he hasn't kissed me in five years.
Annie: Okay, well, call me when your boobs come in. 13-Year-Old Girl in Jewelry Store: You call me when yours come in.
Annie: Oh, please. I know how guys do this thing. I know how guys act. One minute, it means something. The next minute, it doesn't. Rhodes: Right, yeah, you've got it all figured out. Annie: Yeah. Rhodes: How is that working out for you? Pretty good?
Kathryn: Is he alive? James: Come on. We're runnin' out of time. You can't help him. Kathryn: Oh, Jesus. James, you killed him. James: All I see are dead people. Come on.
Oh, my God! They're fucking!
Mitt Romney knows America's prosperity didn't happen because our government simply spent more money. It happened because our people used their own money to open a business.
Jack: I'm sorry. Do I know you? Mosely: Alonzo Mosely, F.B.I. Jack: Oh, that's a nice badge. How can I get one of those?
Wayne: What's that? Fox: Oh, the tumbler? Oh, you wouldn't be interested in that.
Dr. Jonathan Crane: Outside, he was a giant. In here, only the mind can grant you power. Rachel Dawes: You enjoy the reversal? Dr. Jonathan Crane: I respect the mind's power over the body. It's why I do what I do.
Now, there's a Batman... Ooh, you wanna play. Come on. Come on.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Got the whole fuckin' force after me, huh?
Bank Manager: Oh, criminals in this town used to believe in things. Honor respect. Look at you. What do you believe in, huh? What do you believe in?! Joker: I believe... whatever doesn't kill you simply makes you... stranger.
Oh, the eyes. Yes. The saturation of the blood by the spice, melange.
Oh, Lonesome Me
We reject all efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, but there is absolutely no justification to this type of senseless violence. None. The world must stand together to unequivocally reject these brutal acts.
Katniss: Oh, my God! Is this real? Gale: Yeah. Better be. Cost me a squirrel.
College Professor: Okay, people, notebooks closed. Let's get this exam rolling. Stifler: Oh, shit! Do we got an exam today? Oz: Are you kiddin' me? Stifler: Bullshit.
Nadia is gonna be expecting filet mignon. Okay, and all I'm gonna be able to give her... is rump roast.
Oh, yeah. The Stifmeister's coming back to Grand Harbor. Deck the halls. Bye bye, Great Falls. Wipe my ass and lick my balls. It's Stifler time, baby. Whoo hoo hoo. Whoo hoo hoo.
Tax cuts, tax cuts, gut a few regulations, and then let's try some more tax cuts. Tax cuts in good times. Tax cuts in bad times. Tax cuts when we're at peace, and tax cuts when we're at war. You wanna make a restaurant reservation, or book flight? You don't need the new iPhone. Try a tax cut. Wanna drop a few ...
I wanna reform the tax code, so it's simple and it's fair. I've actually done my own taxes. I don't know about some of these other folks, but I've done 'em.
Peeta: Okay, so... So when do we start? Haymitch: Whoa. Whoa. So eager. Most of you aren't in such a hurry.
Oh, joy. Why don't you join us?
Over 100,000 people craning to get a glimpse of this year's Tributes. And the sponsors get to see the Tributes for the first time. The importance of this moment cannot be overstated.
Heather: Hey, Oz, I'm reaching under my shirt and I'm rubbing myself. Oz: Ha ha oh oh! Heather: Oz, come on. It's phone sex. Help me out here.
Oz: Okay, here we go. I'm reaching in my pants now. And I'm rubbing it for you, Heather. Oh, and it feels so good. Heather: Yeah, me too. Oz: Oh, yeah. I got a... Call waiting.
Oh shit, dude! I found a dildo!
Okay? I'll grab every guy's ass in this room. I'll caress it, even. I'll shave some ass if they need it. Oh, yeah. You heard me. It's true. I'll kiss everybody here. Dudes, chicks, everybody. Because I am comfortable with my sexuality.
Finch: Oh, Jeanine, Jeanine! Stifler's Mom: Call me Stifler's Mom. Finch: Stifler's Mooooooooom!
There are not a lot of people out there who think they're victims. There are not a lot people who think they're entitled to something.
Of all the inquisitive Hobbits, Peregrin Took, you are the worst.
Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others, past and present. And by each crime, and every kindness, we birth our future.
Assemble the army at Dunharrow. As many men as can be found. You have two days. On the third, we ride for Gondor and war.
Okay. You know what my mom always said when I asked about my father.
Merry, Pippin: You can search far and wide. You can drink the whole town dry. But you'll never find a beer so brown as the one we drink in our hometown. You can drink your fancy ales. You can drink them by the flagon. But the only brew for the brave and tru u u ue comes from the Green Dragon!
Oh, I like nuked food.