15 Amazing Kids Cartoons That Have Aged Terribly
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#8: Nothing good on TV.
#13-14: Diet/exercise, and then to celebrate recent weight loss.
#23: Just shaved legs.
#30: She wants to.
#39: Damn, your calves look good in those cargo shorts. (I wish this one had been explained on the show!)
#40: Called/texted the wrong person but she was into it anyway. (This is totally an addition from Barney.)
#50: Love. (Aww, Marshall and Lily are so cute.)
Ellie: The Awesomes are coming, and they make their son look Mildly Impressive.
Chuck: (to Jill) You already broke my heart. Do you have to shoot it too?
Chuck: You're under arrest, Jill, and I'm breaking up with you.
Morgan: (after wishing for Chuck and Sarah to patch things up, Chuck and Sarah walk through the door together and he realizes his "Christmas miracle" powers) I can ask for anything... (looks at the door in anticipation) a DeLorean, a flying DeLorean...
Australia is an epic and romantic action adventure, set in that country on the explosive brink of World War II. In it, an English aristocrat (Nicole Kidman) travels to the faraway continent, where she meets a rough-hewn local (Hugh Jackman) and reluctantly agrees to join forces with him to save the land she inherited. Together, they embark upon a transforming journey across hundreds of miles of the world's most beautiful yet unforgiving terrain, only to still face the bombing of the city of Darwin by the Japanese forces that attacked Pearl Harbor. With his new film, Baz Luhrmann is painting on a vast canvas, creating a cinematic experience that brings together romance, drama, adventure and spectacle.
Jack: (giving advice about Liz's date with Gavin) You're going to go to Gavin's and work this thing like a Chinese gymnast -- wear something tight, force a smile, and lie about your age.
(Possibly one of my favorite scenes from the show -- Tracy's Japanese sex doll is sitting in a chair)
Liz: Tracy, get out of the hallway!
Tracy: (pops out of his dressing room) Or am I?
Liz: Oh, no. Not this dream again.
Tracy: That's not me. That's the Tracy Jordan Japanese sex doll. You can tell us apart because it's not suffering from a vitamin deficiency.
Jack: Other than the natural inclination to make love to yourself, why did you get this?
Gavin: (talking about where Jack's investment money has gone) I spent it... on disguises.
Jack: What about Sunstream?
Gavin: It's not a real company. If you ever watched our commercials, we never said what we did.
(Cut to a commercial displaying the words Innovation, Tomorrow, America, Sunstream with images of an eagle, a bulls eye, and a building)
Gavin: Toronto is just like New York... except without all the stuff.
Jane writes poetry.
She is so "old with wisdom."
Have fun out West Don?
Was your tryst with Joy worth it?
Oh... Kurt's a homo.
Fred Rumsen loves scotch.
The soothing warmth down his throat
or is that... his leg?
Paul, the ascot, pipe
and the beard make you look like
a pretentious ass.
Mad Men's done for now
How are you coping without?
My TV sits blank
Liz Lemon: (about her old roommate) She's like a human Macarena -- something everyone did at parties in 1996.
Tracy Jordan: I hate to see you like this, Ken doll. It's like an owl without a graduation cap -- heartbreaking.
Tracy: (regarding the name of the show Night Court) Court? At night? I'm already laughing! Tell me more.
Kenneth: I haven't been blindfolded since I played piano for that weird masquerade party...
Liz: Hey, did you see our shout out in Variety? They called us a comedy show!
Tracy: My boy Ken has written a masterpiece. I should know; I use that word a lot.
Tracy: Ken's going through some tough times. He's being forced to wear a coat that's different from his other coat.