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VictorBlimpmuscle

>“Okay. Right now, I'd like to show you one of my favorite cartoons. It's a sad, depressing story about a pathetic coyote who spends every waking moment of his life in the futile pursuit of a sadistic roadrunner who MOCKS him and LAUGHS at him as he's repeatedly CRUSHED and MAIMED! Hope you'll ENJOY it!”


valeyard89

You're right, Bob. I'm sorry. What can I say? I-I'm a miserable worthless hunk of slime. Here, I want you to take this crowbar and... just bash my head right in! Go ahead. Really. Please! Just BASH it right in!


goforpoppapalpatine

C'mon George, you know I couldn't do that. You still owe me $20.


Bad_Idea_Hat

"Oh no! What time is it!?" *arm crashes through wall* "7:30! Oh boy, I gotta go. I'll see ya later, Bob."


LouSanous

You know George, I was wondering like if you were going really fast, you know, like the speed of light like *makes speedy woosh sound* and all of a sudden you started screaming like ahhh ahhhhh Do you think that your brain would blow up?


29CFR1910

WOAH Tommy found the marble in the oatmeal. YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS!?!?!?! WHO WANTS TO DRINK FROM THE FIREHOSE!!!???!!!


lingh0e

What? Don't you guys like Bonanza!? ** that entire sentence was in my keyboards auto-complete. I'm obviously doing something right.


Meat-Toboggan69

Hey Bobbo, it’s your faaaavorite. A Twinkie Weiner Sandwich!!


ThumpyDumpkins

YOU SO STOOOPAAAAAAD!!!!


dnph

What’s in the box! … a line delivered better in UHF than Seven could have hoped to achieve.


fanchmmr

NOTHING! AAAAABSOLUTELY NOTHING!


ryjkyj

“A Twinkie-wiener sandwich!”


Dirtface30

I need a drink


ctownchef

I thought you didn’t drink? Yeah, but I’ve been meaning to start.


thatpaulbloke

Blueberry daiquiri, please.


Trendd

These floors are dirty as hell, and I'm not gonna take it anymore!


pres465

I *still* reference and use Conan the Librarian. *Don't you KNOW the Dewey Decimal System??!!*


The1andonlyZack

I more so use 'nothing says I love you like a spatula'


nizers

Spatula City!!


SteakandTrach

#SPATULA CITY!


Iwas31whenisignedup

WE SELL SPATULAS….


its_that_one_guy

AND THATS ALL!


baron-von-buddah

Where did you get that lovely spatula?


Tsquare43

buy ten spatulas and get the eleventh for just one penny!


rideincircles

I like spatulas so much that I bought the company.


Please2meetU

Come on kids, let’s go!


LiteralAuDigger

Every single time I’m cooking and need a spatula, I declare that we need to go to Spatula City


G8kpr

This movie is so quotable.. We also quote Ghandi II "No more mister passive-resistance!" "I'll have a steak, medium-rare!"


pres465

He's BACK! And this time, he's kicking ASS!


SkinnyBill93

The medium rare line is like a tick I have every time I order a steak or hear someone order a steak or think about ordering steak.


bravehamster

I said that once a little too loudly in a library to my friend who was asking where the geology books were. The librarian, without even looking up said "Keep it down Conan"


ButtonholePhotophile

This is a happy memory. If reincarnation is true, you get to come back as the dog of someone who loves their dogs and can afford the good life.


baron-von-buddah

Today, we’re teaching poodles how to fly


JoshDM

Turtles are Mother Nature's suction cups!


itwillmakesenselater

Today, we see if poodles can fly. *bark, bark, bark* THUD. AWW man!


W1ULH

Why did you hire this guy?! I thought you hired him?


circusgeek

Badgers?!? We don't need no stinking badgers?!?!


Greyarea30

“Fly, Fifi”


sjhesketh

I'm a librarian myself and say this at least once a week.


Conan_th3_Librarian

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHbdoO7uCkk


captain_sticky_balls

Said it to my wife at the library only yesterday. After I took her to Spatula City because she lost on Wheel of Fish.


pres465

Let's see what's IN THE BOX!!! *NOTHING!!!* You get NOTHING! STUPID!


Captain_Davidius

Thank you for reminding me to watch this clip again, I should probably show the kids the movie.


jpropaganda

Can we discuss the greatness of Emo Phillips? Emo Phillips is great. Though maybe he should stay away from table saws


Schopenschluter

I recently saw Weird Al in concert and Emo Philips did an opening comedy set. I’d never seen him outside of UHF and I was blown away


jpropaganda

Listen to his album E=MO^2. Truly bizarre, incredible standup. >I was born in Chicago. When i was two, my parents moved to Downer’s Grove, Illinois… >When i was ten, i found them.


hunterglyph

Seconding this, I played it a million times in high school, and it’s hilarious. From the time he was on a morning radio show: “I’m chasing a squirrel around the backyard and brrrrrrp! it runs up a tree. Great, so now the car is totaled”


SoMuchForSubtlety

Or the rest of the bit: > It's a nice town, Downer's Grove. Of course, they had a blackout once. But then the police made him get back in his car and drive away... Somehow he got away with that. My personal favorite is the bit where he's talking about being alone in a bar: > This lady sits down next to me and I decide to take a chance. I say "Hey, hot mama, want to come back to my place?" She said "Why? Do you have cable?" I said "Oh, I think the ropes will be strong enough."


jpropaganda

Yes!! All from the same album so good. Also now that song is in my head. Also >every year i would look forward to the first snow. And when those magical snowflakes fell i would run to the front door shouting“mommy, mommy it’s snowing! You have to let me in now


TwinkiWeinerSandwich

"Just call me mister *butter fingers*" is definitely something I say on a regular basis


BoomsideAMCGME

Every Fathers day I always think about the scene where the son gives RJ Fletcher the rolex. Son: "Happy Fathers Day Dad!" -with a cocky smirk RJ: "I asked for a Rolex!" Love it when the co-worker comes in and RJ says take that ridiculous thing off and he rips his stache off instead of the cowboy hat with the racoon tail lol


D6Desperados

* opens closet * **SUPPLIES!!!**


milehighmoos3

Soo stupid!


Beyondintodarkness

On Mother's day my family was playing the Stardew Valley board game and my Oma got to pull a random fish from the bag. She pulled a Red Snapper and my dad and I immediately did the entire red snapper scene from UHF crescendoing in a simultaneous "Stupid! You're so stupid!" at my Oma. Probably one of my new favorite family memories.


SpookyGeek

Hands down one of the best gags ever.


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SpookyGeek

Another great one! Another one of my favorites is super easy to miss. I forget when is happens but it's a blind guy sitting on a park bench next to a homeless dude (the one who saves the day at the end). The blind dude is trying to solve a Rubik's cube. He makes one turn, holds it up. "Is this is?" Homeless guy, "Nope." and repeat. Never not funny.


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rocsNaviars

Thanks mister!


SpookyGeek

I can still hear they way he says "got any change, mister?"


wolfspider82

I haven't seen the movie but I might watch it now. That sounds like my kind of humor.


ArcadianBlueRogue

It's very dumb but loveable lol


Mr-IT-Guy

Bars wide enough for just about anyone to walk through too.


poindexter1985

Bars wide enough for just about anyone to walk through, and secured by a flip latch like you'd find on a backyard picket fence. So if you're too big to fit through, no worries! You can just reach through and unlatch the door.


justabill71

Badgers? Badgers? We don't need no stinking badgers!


mrs_krabbapel

Today we are teaching poodles how to fly.


thekillercook

Did you know the turtle is natures suction cup?!


Curleysound

See? ^It ^sticks!


Fugaciouslee

Where'd you find this guy? I thought you hired him...


eyeaim2missbehave

::tosses poodle out window, splats:: "Awwww, man!"


Beyondintodarkness

That's okay, sometimes it takes them a few tries.


spmahn

Sad story, the actor who played Raul here, Trinidad Silva, died during production after getting hit by a drunk driver. The film is dedicated to him in the credits. There was supposed to be an additional scene at the end with him being chased by poodles but they were unable to finish filming it. Al frequently tells a story that as a consequence of this, around the time of the films release he had a big money offer to appear in a beer commercial that he turned down as a result.


YourWebcamIsOn

Weird Al doesn't strike me as a guy who would have done ads for alcohol


BasicLuxury

I can see the attraction, he was pretty fucked over with his record deal(s). He deserves rewards for all he does and alcohol advertising has nothing if not heaps of money. If it were possible to think better of him because he didn't, I would. But also I don't think I would think less of him if he had.


No_Ad295

He stated on the "you made it weird" podcast that he was offered several million dollars to become a beer spokesperson. He turned it down because he felt that his primary audience was children, and he couldn't in good conscience promote alcohol. Amazing level of integrity.


HawlSera

His label has pushed him to start swearing in his songs many times, but he often refused citing it just doesn't work with his style of humor


enraged_hbo_max_user

I’m glad they didn’t. One of his greatest gags of all time in my opinion is in the Polka on the Bad Hair Day album when he covers Closer by NIN: I wanna *BOINK* you like an animal! I wanna feel you from the inside! I wanna *GONG* you like an animal! My whole existence is flawed!


rideincircles

Weird Al has also never drank alcohol from what I have heard over the years. I doubt that's changed. Edit: It may have been the case, but no longer valid.


JoshDM

So many don't know that's a take on a classic sequence from Treasure of the Sierra Madre. https://youtu.be/5hTtXfThAss


DrWomanfriend

This whole time I thought it was just a reference to the scene in Blazing Saddles! I guess one of the joys of Mel Brooks movies is that the references become more numerous as I grow older/more educated.


Jhamin1

TVTropes calls it "Parody Displacement", when people know the parody better than the thing it is spoofing. Weird Al's references are deep enough that I've always trusted that he and Mel were \*both\* spoofing Treasure of the Sierra Madre, but I know I for one saw the source movie years after I saw Blazing Saddles.


Pduke

My father and I are two of the 3-dozen people who actually saw this in a theater


BassWingerC-137

I am one


TonyClifton323

It's too bad he didn't make any more movies after this. UHF is criminally underrated by anyone who isn't a Weird AL fan


monotonic_glutamate

It was kind of a doomed project. It was testing super well in audience testing, but they ended up releasing it the same weekend as Batman, which didn't help its visibility. The guy who played Raul died during production. I had the DVD with special features and audio commentary, and it really sounds like that project temporarily shattered Weird Al's entire soul.


iAmErickson

Not just Batman... that was one of the biggest box-office weekends of all time! A quick list of some of the films they were competing against on their opening weekend: Batman, Lethal Weapon 2, When Harry Met Sally, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, License to Kill, Dead Poets Society, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Ghostbusters II, Weekend at Bernie's, and The Karate Kid part III If all those movies came out in the same _year_ now it'd be considered a golden renaissance for Hollywood, but UHF had to compete with all of them in its opening _weekend_.


10kbeez

Haha holy shit I never knew it was that bad.


Keudn883

Weird Al talks about it during the DVD commentary. It's probably one of the best commentary tracks I have ever seen produced. Most of his co-stars show up to talk about their roles. The deleted scenes are also pretty good including one UHF promo that hasn't aged well at all and it cuts to Weird Al in 2002 when he filmed the commentary talking about how some things are timeless and age well, cuts to the promo and back to weird al quickly moving on.


TheTrub

Al had the last laugh, though. He got to sing “Orion is bankrupt” over the Orion Studios sequence.


GreenrabbE99

I can still hear that one... Orion, Orion... Is bankrupt, now...


skojinge

It’s a fun commentary. At one point they start calling actors on the phone, during the commentary, to catch up. It ends with Al reading bad reviews of the movie during the credits.


CrockPotInstantCoffe

That sounds like a Rifftrax more than a commentary. I gotta check this out.


skojinge

It’s actually very informative too


SpaceIco

> That sounds like a Rifftrax more than a commentary In case you didn't already know, Weird Al guest riffs on Jurassic Park.


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Gandhi II?


Keudn883

Its this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6PHR62K-IU&t=208s


mechapoitier

Jesus imagine having no idea that 8 classics would be ~~released~~ in theaters the same weekend as your quirky eccentric movie you had to film in Oklahoma to keep it cheap. They were doomed. Edit: changed from “released” to “in theaters” in response to…a large amount of similar replies. The irony is the fact that many of them were already out and had good word of mouth by then arguably made it *worse* for UHF, not better.


Cosmologicon

>I had the DVD with special features and audio commentary, and it really sounds like that project temporarily shattered Weird Al's entire soul. My favorite part was during the ending credits when he read a bunch of terrible reviews the movie got. It was funny but it also did seem like it hurt his feelings.


monotonic_glutamate

The whole energy of the DVD is a mix of gratitude that people are finally embracing the genius of the movie, disbelief that it became a cult classic and a feeling that making that movie is the worst thing that ever happened to him.


Ask_Me_About_Sergals

I hope in hindsight that Al sees it as the cherished cult classic that it truly is.


monotonic_glutamate

He's back at producing a movie, so the trauma only took about 30 years to process!


minnick27

At a recent show he said his new movie is starring Daniel Radcliffe "who was born 2 days after my last movie came out"


walterpeck1

UHF is in the top 5 movies of all time for me, but I get it. Making movies is a huge pain in the ass and UHF didn't get the love it deserved for years and only then due to many cable repeats.


SouthTippBass

I feel his time was well spent in music instead.


arealhumannotabot

Are you aware of the Weird Al "biopic" that's releasing soon? It's the closest we'll get


TonyClifton323

Yes I am. So excited!


mofoofinvention

There’s a movie he did that predates this called “The Compleat Al” that you should check out


sumofdeltah

The first time I saw this I felt like I was going to die from laughing so hard. Best comedy movie ever.


Card1974

Conan the Librarian made my friend laugh so much that I became worried about his breathing. :D The DVD commentary is a blast; Al gets up and eats something, calls the guys who were on the movie etc etc.


ThaddeusJP

He;s back. And this time, he's mad. #[GHANDI II](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ega5Rcct2s)


Kursch50

You pick the box, you get nothing! You soooo stupid!


phantomofthepier

Absolutely nothing!


Prophet_Comstock

You soooooo stupid!!!!


UsingACarrotAsAStick

Oohhh, red snappa!


aeroplane1979

Very tasty!


Chriskeyseis

I will forever hear this in my head whenever I read “red snapper” on a menu.


aeroplane1979

Same


bluebirdgm

Sure, it’s not directly relevant since there are few random UHF channels anymore nor even public access TV, but there’s still all that dreck on YouTube. If Weird Al wanted to make UHF now, he would probably make it about a YouTube channel or streaming service.


AreWeCowabunga

We have to get a million subscribers or the evil rich guy will shut down the avocado toast cafe!


TheNumberMuncher

He can just start a reaction channel and put First Time Hearing in every video title like that’s not already the point of a reaction channel.


DocJawbone

A new start-up streaming service would be a perfect premise for this.


Mr-IT-Guy

I put on UHF about two weeks ago. I figured my girls, 9 and 14, would have no interest in it. They absolutely loved it. It makes me happy knowing they got a kick out of it the same way I did (still do!). My wife on the other hand, not a fan. She's an air conditioner.


Alman54

You get to drink from THE FIRE HOSE! You idiot! I wanted a ROLEX! Lesbian Nazi hookers abducted by UFOs and forced into weight loss programs... all next week on Town Talk.


MarshallApplewhiteDo

I wish I had more opportunities to drop "WHO WANTS TO DRINK FROM THE FIRE HOSE?" in casual conversation, because it's my favorite line from that movie.


BrashPop

When I did Twitch streaming with my husband, our subscription alert was a clip of the firehose scene. A shocking amount of folks would come in to check out our stream, the choose to stay and become regulars *because of that clip*. Just knowing about the movie bonds people instantly, it’s wacky.


Head-Ad4690

I’m sure you meant to say, it’s *weird*.


Mack_Attack_19

"AND TAKE THAT RIDICULOUS THING OFF!" *Peels off moustache, leaving on the extravagant cowboy hat*


Alman54

Love that part. Upvote!


domaug

He blows the lid off Satanism. "Look, all I'm saying is that-" "Oh shut up you pinhead. You make me SICK!"


Alman54

The best part of that gag is Satan dressed up in the red devil costume casually sitting there in a local talk show.


SteakandTrach

Timmy found the marble in the oatmeal!


ofsquire

So good it makes you wish he made more movies tbh


orangetwentythree

If it hadn’t flopped I’m sure he would have


thekillercook

I still quote this movie all the time “Red snapper!!!! Very tasty!” “I’m thinking of something orange”


FunetikPrugresiv

"Something bluuuuu-uuuue"


ailyara

Give up?!? #IT'S AN ORANGE!!!


Solid-Mousse-1627

“Lesbian Nazi Hookers, abducted by aliens and forced into weight loss programs!”


NoMereRanger73

Celebrity Mud Wrestling with this weeks guest star, Mikael Gorbachev!


wanawachee

Just cal me Mr. Butterfingers. I think it’s on the floor somewhere.


HomoplataJitz

"Oh boy is my face red!" That line hit me like a brick 10 years after I saw the movie.


Adskii

My 12 year old walked in on this part as I was watching it trying to get my 2 year old to sleep for the night. 10 minutes later she was bouncing on the edge of her seat and saying 'This is my favorite movie now' Then a few nights later she made her 10 year old sister watch it with her. I had to explain so so many of the references, but they just loved it for what it was.


ElderCunningham

I quote that whenever I drop anything. No one ever gets the reference.


Spazzrico

I read that Emo Philips is touring with Weird Al this summer!


SexAndCandiru

This is a pretty good mop. It’s not as good as my first mop. I miss my first mop, but this is still a good mop.


10kbeez

#MY MOP! #*MY MOOOOOOP!*


Bruce9707

Only a mop? Only a mop?! You don’t understand! That mop was given to me for my birthday when I was 8 years old! We’ve never been apart!


joebobjoebobjoebob12

Life is like a mop. Sometimes life gets full of dirt and crud and hairballs and things and you gotta clean it out. You gotta stick it in here and rinse it off and start all over again. And sometimes life sticks to the floor so much that a mop, a mop, it's not good enough. You gotta get down there with like a toothbrush, you know, and you gotta really scrub 'cause you gotta get it off. But if that doesn't work, you can't give up. You gotta stand right up. You gotta run to a window and say, "These floors are dirty as hell, and I'm not gonna take it any more!"


aeroplane1979

I saw UHF in the theater when it first released. I was 12. When Seinfeld came to prominence shortly after I was amazed to learn that Michael Richards wasn't a special needs person.


Directive_Nineteen

If I'm being honest, I'm still not certain.


fancycycling

My friend, George, he gave me this mop


AshgarPN

>Who knew that Weird Al's timeless sense of humor translated into a 1989 feature film called UHF? Uh... lots of people.


walterpeck1

Probably one of the more famous bits of trivia about the film is that it tested EXTREMELY well with audiences so Orion threw a ton of money into marketing it before it was buried by one of the biggest blockbuster summers in history.


Spackleberry

They stupidly moved the release date from winter to summer. If it had come out later in the year, it may not have flopped.


PureLock33

At least you can take that faith in UHF being a summer blockbuster as a compliment.


Keudn883

Weird Al talks about this during the DVD commentary. Mentions that the studio was psyched about how test audiences responded. Mentioned that Orion saw this is as the possible movie that brings them out of a troubled financial situation which during the 80's a lot of studios were just one flop away from bankruptcy. He mentions being greeted at the studio with strawberries and I believe his own parking spot and how everyone was really nice to him and basically treated him as royalty. Then after opening weekend he comes into the studio and his parking space is gone, no strawberries and everyone kind of gave him the cold shoulder.


dv282828

for those curious, the 1989 Summer releases included: Batman, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Lethal Weapon 2, Honey I Shrunk the Kids, Ghost Busters II, Dead Poets Society, When Harry Met Sally, Pet Sematary, Weekend at Bernies, Peter Pan (as a re-release), Road House, Do the Right Thing. Some others, but idk if they're as popular


TheSpangler

Don't forget Who Framed Roger Rabbit.


dv282828

Oh man, I didn’t see that on the list but I love that movie. This would have been a tough summer as a kid with a limited budget lol


turquoise_amethyst

I feel old saying this, but I went to every single one of those at the theater. You paid for one and snuck into the next 1-2 while trying not to get caught. Also there used to be half-price matinees if you went to the “cheap” mall theater during the middle of the day when the movie had already been out for a month *Edit: I was five, and my older babysitters would get like $10 and somehow figure out how to stretch it to include 3 movies, popcorn and sodas*


walterpeck1

In case anyone is wondering Peter Pan was the re-release of the original Disney movie in theaters which was very very rare. Then Little Mermaid came out (but that was in November).


Freeside1

[Here's the week UHF came out](https://i.imgur.com/RiaNit2.jpg), from box office mojo. Ouch.


The_Unreal

I mean honestly though, look at what came out that year: 1. Batman - Jun 23 2. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - May 24 3. Lethal Weapon 2 - Jul 7 4. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids - Jun 23 I love me some UHF, but that's some pretty stiff box office competition.


ChimpanzA_2_ChimpanZ

Spatula City all day everyday.


hearsay_and_rumour

“I love Spatulas so much, I bought the company!”


ttustudent

My mom is the lady that says, "Honey, where's the spatula?". This was shot in Tulsa OK.


Great_Zarquon

It must've been rough growing up in such a shadow


ttustudent

I will never reach such heights


putsch80

As a fellow Okie, this is the kind of local reference I was looking for in this thread.


StochasticLife

Fucking epic. My Dad and I used to watch that movie every week for *years.*


AreWeCowabunga

My GF gave me a spatula as a gift one year and it killed me that she had never seen UHF. I guess she was just giving it to say "I love you" rather than making a reference to the movie.


thekillercook

Nothing says “I love you” more then a spatula


tomasmejor

I went to al pre-release screening of this as a child (Thanks Mom!). Two things: 1. They handed out spatulas to everyone before the movie started. 2. During the beginning of the movie, the film melted in the projector, which, at first, everyone thought was part of the presentation, because that's just the kind of thing that UHF/Weird Al would do. Nah, the projector ate a minute or two of the film, and we had to wait an hour while they taped it back together and re-spooled the platter. To this day, every time I watch UHF, a part of my memory expects the film to melt when the boulder is chasing Weird Al. I fucking love UHF.


photoshoptherangers

What time is it?! *hand with wristwatch punches through wall* Seven-thirty!?


Adskii

OH NO!


PlatinumKanikas

This movie will never be not funny


m0rris0n_hotel

It’s obviously loaded with 80s references but there’s definitely humor to it beyond that. Excellent cast too.


PlatinumKanikas

I still crack up at the blind guy with the Rubik’s cube. “Is this it?” “Nope.” “Is this it?” “Nope.” 😂 That is comedy gold.


morosco

I saw this with my friends in the neighborhood when I was 11. Our poor parents. We quoted it for the rest of our childhood probably. And, then, one day, one of us made our last UHF reference. We picked up our baseball cards and all went our separate ways.


AurelianoTampa

"You get to drink... from the FIRE HOSE!" "Spatula City! We sell spatulas... and that's all!" So many good gags and throwaway lines.


Boogieboogs

-“I’m gonna club this baby seal to make a better deal!” -“…and take that ridiculous thing off!” Dude with stupid cowboy hat tears off his fake mustache in shame -The 5 second cameo of the Kipper Kids was mind boggling Too many hilarious moments to list, great film Love this movie


FirstNoel

I have a UHF movie poster signed by Al. Got it at one of his concerts, he said he was cleaning out his garage and had a bunch of stuff left over the poster was one of those things. Now it's hanging on my wall.


UsingACarrotAsAStick

[Uh oh, Bobbo’s been eating, yappy’s dog treats.your dog will love that real liver and tuna taste, with just a hint of cheese.](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Nt73k1IYKj0)


TriscuitCracker

“This is my new mop. George, my friend, he gave me this mop. This is a pretty good mop. It's not as good as my first mop. I miss my first mop, but this is still a good mop. Sometimes, you just hafta take what life gives ya, 'cause life is like a mop and sometimes life gets full of dirt and crud and bugs and hairballs and stuff... you, you, you gotta clean it out. You, you, you gotta put it in here and rinse it off and start all over again and, and sometimes, sometimes life sticks to the floor so bad you know a mop, a mop, it's not good enough, it's not good enough. You, you gotta get down there, like, with a toothbrush, you know, and you gotta, you gotta really scrub 'cause you gotta get it off. You gotta really try to get it off. But if that doesn't work, that doesn't work, you can't give up. You gotta, you gotta stand right up. You, you gotta run to a window and say, "Hey! These floors are dirty as hell, and I'm not gonna take it anymore!"


Keefer1970

WHEEL! OF! FISH!


jobu_the_enforcer

Stupid! You're so STUPID!


SatansMoisture

Gandhi TWO


kowloonjew

He is one man wrecking crew.


FirstNoel

But he also knows how to party!


InsertCoinForCredit

"Gimmie a steak, medium rare."


DemanoRock

I saw this in the theater. Last movie I saw with my dad just the two of us before moving out. Gandhi 2 - I want my steak medium rare


TreacheryInc

“What do you think RJ Fletcher Sr would be saying if he were alive today?”


Adskii

help help, let me out of this box!


TreacheryInc

That bit has stuck with me forever as probably the hardest I’ve laughed at a movie.


bretto2004

Look up, look down, now look at mr. Frying pan. Then that sad-ass "honk" after


Fuwa_Fuwa_Hime

Still too scared to try a Twinkie Weiner sandwich


NoMereRanger73

Can you BELIEVE this? Uhhh Would you LOOK AT THAT? Just call me…Mr Butterfingers…


ionstorm20

# STUPID! YOU'RE SO STUPID!


DrummerSteve

As a Kid I used to repeat a line from the movie I didn’t fully understand that would crack my dad up so of course I would say it constantly. “Lesbian Nazi hookers, abducted by UFOs and forced into weight loss programs all this week, on Town Talk.”


eleven_eighteen

Hey, wait a minute! You guys aren't from the pizza place!


ShootyDang

This is good watermelon. Tastes like poop