- Best line from a sitcom
Quote it, no context allowed.
“I hear you’re a racist now Father”
Closely followed by
“Are you sure sir? It does mean changing the bulb.”Posted 1 year ago
“What with these feet?”Posted 1 year ago
Doesn’t even need the line, just the image.
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“Every shot so far”Posted 1 year ago
Too many to choose from
I’ve lusted after [her] since I was eight.
You fancy eight year olds?
No, Neil. Our families are friends. We were both eight
So? You still fancied an eight year old.Posted 1 year ago
Yes you did, you invaded Poland!Posted 1 year ago
Don’t tell him your name Pike!Posted 1 year ago
“Well may I ask what you expected to see out of a Torquay hotel bedroom window? Sydney Opera House perhaps? The Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Herds of wildebeest sweeping majestically…”Posted 1 year ago
I’m a sucker for a mindless US sitcom.
“Some… not a lot”
“Got your back Jack, Bitches be crazy”.Posted 1 year ago
I hate you Butler.Posted 1 year ago
“A pint? Why that’s very nearly an armful!”Posted 1 year ago
You know I can’t understand Morse code! (Open all Hours)
Born free….. till somebody caught me. (Porridge)Posted 1 year ago
“Charles, how come you never sweat?”
“In the first place, I do not sweat; I perspire. In the second place, I never perspire.”Posted 1 year ago
Again, too many!
“Oh god I’m bored. I might as well be listening to Genesis”Posted 1 year ago
“With these feet?”
“Play it cool Trigger”Posted 1 year ago
Goodnight ViennaPosted 1 year ago
Crunchy Nut Cornflakes are just Frosties for ****.Posted 1 year ago
POWER TO THE PEOPLEPosted 1 year ago
I always used to like the mangled French, this one is the best
“It’s not goodbye Raquelle, it’s bonjour”Posted 1 year ago
Father Ted is a gold mine – particularly “speed” with Pat Mustard:
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You got me sacked and now I’m having to yank meself off around the clock because I haven’t got any proper sex with girls.
From “To the Manor Born”
<div>On the subject of Audrey’s Uncle Greville</div>
Marjory: “I suppose he’s absolutely stinking rich.”
Audrey: “Oh, absolutely stinking. He made a squalid million-”
Audrey: “No one ever makes a million honestly! Then he squandered it on loose women, then he made another million or two: all very seedy.”
Marjory: “Oh, I wish I could find a man who’d squander a million on me.”
Audrey: “I said loose women, Marjory.”
Marjory: “Oh, I could loosen up no end if the man was right!”
One of my all time favourite sitcomsPosted 1 year ago
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“He vanished…like an old, oak table.”
Castle HowardPosted 1 year ago
I’m sorry for your loss. Move on.Posted 1 year ago
“I want to cover every inch of your gorgeous body in pepper, and then sneeze all over you.”Posted 1 year ago
“Careful now!”Posted 1 year ago
“Ho” is a strong term. Right now, I’m somewhere between “anatomical sales associate” and “high maintenance girlfriend.” Can’t you be positive about my growth?Posted 1 year ago
“If you ever take the piss out of Al Jolson again, I will take that I-Pod of yours out of its tiny nano-sheath, and push it up your cock.”Posted 1 year ago
“Come the **** in or **** the **** off”
“Why, round the Cape, the rain beats down so hard it makes your head bleed!”
<strong welsh accent> “Stop rocking the caravan, Geoffrey!”Posted 1 year ago
“Tomato – Ted – aubergine – your – potato – wife’s – turnip – dead”Posted 1 year ago
Ze bed knobs arr flashingPosted 1 year ago
Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis…?Posted 1 year ago
SACK ME! I AM THE BBC!
I ate your beesPosted 1 year ago
“I have a cunning plan”Posted 1 year ago
Good moaning. I was jus pissing byPosted 1 year ago
“It’s your cock up my arse”
(punctuation left out as per the way it was said)Posted 1 year ago
This crack’s a bit more-ish
Feet off the furniture you Oxbridge ****, you’re not on a punt now!
You look like you just shat a lego garagePosted 1 year ago
Standing on the landing may be a great song title, but to me it’s just a tax loss.Posted 1 year ago
This is like the Shawshank redemption only more crawling through shit and less redemption.Posted 1 year ago
****ity bye.Posted 1 year ago
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