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  2. Sesame Street Season 49
    Sesame Street's 49th season officially began Saturday November 17 on HBO. After you see the new episodes, post here and let us know your thoughts.

The New New Quote Thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by D'Snowth, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. Any Del

    Any Del Well-Known Member

    Fred Rogers: "Confronting our feelings and giving them appropriate expression always takes strength, not weakness. It takes strength to acknowledge our anger, and sometimes more strength yet to curb the aggressive urges anger may bring and to channel them into nonviolent outlets. It takes strength to face our sadness and to grieve and to let our grief and our anger flow in tears when they need to. It takes strength to talk about our feelings and to reach out for help and comfort when we need it."
     
  2. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    "It's a stone, Luigi! You didn't make it!"

    - Mario from Super Mario World
     
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  3. ConsummateVs

    ConsummateVs Well-Known Member

    "It's a football! I chiseled it!"
     
  4. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    "Trump's shutdown has gotten so bad that human beings are breaking into the national parks, and pooping in them. Who's the $#!+hole country now?" ~ Trevor Noah
     
  5. LittleJerry92

    LittleJerry92 Well-Known Member

    God, I really hope we don’t have to hear that idiot’s name anymore by 2021.
     
  6. antsamthompson9

    antsamthompson9 Well-Known Member

    JD Hansel: With a good movie, if you want your characters to be second class citizens, like in Roger Rabbit, I'm sorry, in that film, you get that the reasons why they're second class citizens directly follow from the fact that they are cartoons, that they are seen as less real, and they're just performers who always have to be silly and funny. And that makes them a bit harder to tolerate. In Happytime Murders, puppets are second class citizens for reasons that aren't explained very well, but at a certain point, you kinda have to assume that it's because of a weird systemic oppression in which puppets are forced to live in our society where we make all our food with lots of sugar, and so if puppets try to really engage in our main ways of eating, basically, with the main foods at our grocery stores or in our restaurants, they're gonna get high. And so it seems like they're just high and irresponsible all the time.
    Jarrod Fairclough: Okay, can I interject?
    JD: By all means, Jarrod. Save this.
    Jarrod: This is gonna sound like I'm being a smart*** and I'm not, because I really do mean this with all due respect to the both of you, you are ridiculously over-thinking a silly little puppet movie. I mean why aren't we having this conversation about other puppet movies? To sit there and be like "How do these puppets go to a restaurant and eat sugary foods?", it's a ****ing puppet film! Are we really gonna sit here and talk about that? Because, I'm sorry but no. That's nitpicking for the sake of nitpicking. And I hate it when people do that. To say "How do they deal with the sugary foods?", that doesn't have anything to do with the film, you're sorta nitpicking.
     
  7. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    JOLLY ROGER: So let me get this straight, we only rob from guys named Rob.
    I.R. BABOON: That are right!
    JOLLY ROGER: Oh, I know a lot of Robs!
    I.R. BABOON: Are they being rich?
    JOLLY ROGER: No, I told you, they are being Rob!
    I.R. BABOON: They rich?
    JOLLY ROGER: Rob.
    I.R. BABOON: Rich?
    JOLLY ROGER: Rob.
    I.R. BABOON: Rich?
    JOLLY ROGER: Rob!
     
  8. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    Roger Rabbit: P-p-please, Raoul. I can give you stars. Just drop the refrigerator on my head one more time!

    Raoul Raoul Director: Roger, I've dropped it on your head 23 times already

    Raoul Raoul Director: I'm not worried about you, I'm worried about the REFRIDGERATOR
     
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  9. antsamthompson9

    antsamthompson9 Well-Known Member

    When JD and Jarrod did a live chat they responded to my question asking if they dislike modern Sesame Street.
    Jarrod Fairclough: I like modern Sesame Street.
    JD Hansel: Yeah, I don't really have too many big problems with modern SS.
    Jarrod: I also don't watch it much though.
    JD: Right, that's the thing, I'm not in the mood to watch it, it's not something I'm personally attached to.
    Jarrod: Most of my SS watching is through their YT channel, and then when they do primetime specials, I get press copies of that, that's about it.
    JD: Yeah, I watch a lot of the YT stuff, a lot of their parody stuff is really good, certainly if you go back a couple years to the Cookie's Crumby Pictures, some of my favorite SS moments come from CCP, like that stupid bit with Cookie Monster and a pita bread, "What you think, Pita? How should I know? I'm just a piece of bread." One of the stupidest lines in SS history and one of the most satisfying moments in the whole series, I love it! But, I think cause we do some amount of parody on our show that's in response newer SS stuff, on the podcast, sometimes we are doing jokes about Elmo being drunk and Big Bird being high and stuff like that. With Drunk Elmo, that didn't come from anything we noticed in any performance, that just came from a funny idea, me driving in the car doing voices, noticing I could do Elmo, noticing it would be funnier if it was a drunk Elmo. Which is a very fragile bit to do, you can easily see that going wrong and just being crude, stupid, not at all funny if not handled correctly, on something like Family Guy or something like that. So we had to do it carefully with a lot of knowledge about the character. I can't remember exactly how High Big Bird happened other than we talked before about how we think sometimes Matt Vogel's voice for Big Bird comes across as a bit tired or loopy. That's not ALWAYS the case.
    Jarrod: And please don't take that as a disparaging comment. Like, he's an extremely good Big Bird.
    JD: Yes, in many respects, he is an extremely good BB, it's just a different BB than the one that we're used to. I mean even when Caroll Spinney over the past 10 years has performed BB, it's been a quieter, more tired BB.
    Jarrod: Which I think we can forgive, considering the man's 84.
    JD: But also because you've got Elmo there, right? You've got Elmo as this huge force of energy on the show, he's the little kid who's got all the energy and who everyone's watching. So for BB to represent the older 6 and 7-year-olds in the audience, he's gotta be a little bit toned down. And it's nice to have a character who's a little bit more, I don't wanna say intellectual, but BB does seem like he's got a good head on his shoulders. And so that's fair, but every now and again, Steve and I do think BB sounds kinda high, and so we thought once we found out Matt Vogel was officially BB, why not go ahead and introduce our own high version of BB? Mostly just cause, we wanted something to compliment Drunk Elmo, we thought that would be funny.
    Jarrod: And we've also discussed doing other things, where we thought "Are we going a little bit too far, are we now just repeating the joke?"
    JD: Yeah, a lot of the comedy that we do on the podcast is a very fine line, because on one hand, we're doing parody of things and people that we really respect and really like, so we gotta make sure we're not ever being too mean.
     
  10. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    RAY: Robert's gotta go!
    DEB: Why?
    RAY: This! Stupid plain milk! I gotta drink stupid plain milk, because there isn't any stupid chocolate milk, because stupid Robert stupid finished it all!
     
  11. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    "Gus always running into the bathroom leads me to believe he's in the beginning stages of early on-set prostate cancer." ~ A random YouTube comment on RECESS from long, long ago
     
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  12. LittleJerry92

    LittleJerry92 Well-Known Member

  13. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    Theodore J. 'T.J.' Detweiler: Never kid a kid who hasn't had his recess.
     
  14. ConsummateVs

    ConsummateVs Well-Known Member

    "This is just Usain Bolt in a Sonic suit that was rubbed against an electric fence." - a YouTube commenter regarding Sonic the Hedgehog's new movie design
     
  15. antsamthompson9

    antsamthompson9 Well-Known Member

    Clayton Roederer: Hi Cookie Monster and Grover. What's wrong?
    Grover played by Jarrod Fairclough: Oh, hello, Mr. Roederer. Cookie and I are just feeling a little bit sad.
    Clayton: Why is that?
    Grover: Well, it is just that Frank Oz always said that we were special. He said that he would never do our voices as a party trick. We were supposed to be pure. But now Frank is doing voices for interviews! What is to keep him from doing my voice or Cookie's voice? What if we become party tricks?
    Cookie Monster played by JD Hansel: Me feel so abandoned. Maybe Frank never loved us after all. This worse than the way me treated by Linda all those years.
    Clayton: Whoa, how did Linda treat you?
    Cookie: You know, the day me met her, me must have said something to offend her because, she never talk to me, not one word. Like how did me upset her for all those years? What did me do?
    Clayton: Okay guys, I think you're a little more worried about this than you need to be. Frank only did that once, and it wasn't because he doesn't love you, it's because he wanted everyone to see the movie. He wanted everyone to share the love that he has for you. And Muppet Guys Talking is helping people do that.
    Grover: So Mr. Oz still cares about our character purity?
    Clayton: Of coarse he does. But hey, let's face it, he only did Animal. I mean Animal's a pretty one-dimensional character, so there wasn't too much character to make him pure, he's just food, sleep, drums, and pain.
    Grover: Uh, Mr. Roederer, you left out sex.
    Clayton: Well, I'm Protestant.
    Cookie: So no more party tricks from Frank Oz?
    Clayton: Nope, just political commentary on Twitter.
    Grover: Oh good! I cannot wait to hear what Frank Oz has to say about Donald Trump.
    Clayton: Me too, Grover. Me too.
     
  16. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    GEORGE: Excuse me, how much is this?
    VENDOR: $1.89.
    GEORGE: I'll give you a quarter.
    VENDOR: Get the #3|| outta here!
    JERRY: Tell 'im 40 and no fork.
    GEORGE: 30.
    VENDOR: That's it, you leave and never come back!
    JERRY: How about we leave and come back in a week?
    VENDOR: Deal!
     
  17. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    These pretzels are making me thirsty. - Kramer
     
  18. CBPuppets

    CBPuppets Well-Known Member

    Knuckles: You know what I do when I start to feel down?

    Dr. Eggman: No. What?

    Knuckles: I have no idea. I feel great all the time!

    --Sonic Boom Episode: Lair on Lockdown--
     
  19. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    "You will listen to my poetry, but first, I shall destroy your puny city." ~ Mikey Blumberg as a 50-foot giant
     
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  20. MikaelaMuppet

    MikaelaMuppet Well-Known Member

    Principal Prickly: I never saw Philliam again. He quit teaching, went into politics, eventually became Secretary of Education, until the president fired him for trying to get rid of recess again. Only this time it was nationwide!
     


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