Quotes / Adam Westing

It was "Chocolate Rain"
Wrote a song about that history
Chocolate Rain
Now I'm paid a hefty, hefty fee
Chocolate Rain
Listen to the funky rhymes I weave
Chocolate Rain
I move away from the mic to breathe
Tay Zonday, "Cherry Chocolate Rain"

My name isn't 'Adam We.' ...or is it? Who am I? What number did you call? Don't ever call here again. [hangs up] I guess I told him! Nobody messes with Adam We!

Adam West: (arranging the Batman actors in order) It should be Me, Keaton, Kilmer, Lego, Bale and that pretty boy Clooney.
Howard: Can we just all agree we're worried about Affleck?
Adam West: What's an Affleck?

Love Connection was never cancelled. It's just not on TV anymore. I still do the occasional episode in my basement with singles from the neighbourhood. (awkward stares from everyone) I'm not crazy.
Chuck Woolrey, Scrubs ("My Cake")

Dean Evans: What do you think of games? You play much games, you uh...?
Michael Biehn: No, I don't— I'm just here for a paycheck, and that's...that's about it.
Dean Evans: Well, you weren't first choice anyway. But we couldn't get Kevin Bacon.

Hi, I'm William Shatner, and I'm a shaman. I'm a conduit for the ancient forces of nature. You're no doubt wondering, 'Hey, Shatner, how do I hurl bolts of lightning?'

Hi, I'm Michael Bay, director of Hollywood hits such as Transformers. And I demand things to be awesome.
Michael Bay from a Verizon FiOS commercial

If you’re like me, you like talking to things. Hello, lamp. (imitates voice for the lamp) 'Hello, Gary!' See? Hello, pants. Thank you, fish, for being here.
Gary Busey, Amazon Fire TV commercial

Back in 1987, I played Alex Murphy, better known as RoboCop: a good policeman whom some greedy punks turned into a heavily-armed cyborg. Now you want to build a statue—a monument to RoboCop and all that he stands for. Regrettably, not all of you see the wisdom of this tribute to the spirit of your city; specifically your mayor, David Bing, who said the idea is 'silly'. Well, Mayor Bing, if that is in fact your real name... (dons cardboard RoboCop helmet) I don't think it's silly at all.

I have the easiest job in Hollywood, because I get paid to be me. What's the role? A milkman? 'Hey, I'm a milkman. Here's your milk.' 'Cut. Print.'

It’s still not clear whether he’s in on the joke—there’s always been a bit of mystery to how aware Donald Trump is that Donald Trump is full of shit. But when you see him in person, and you hear him claim that the term “Supreme Leader” would be more fitting for him than for the head of Iran, there is the tiniest hint that he knows what a ludicrous thing this is to say. Even his exaggerations are hilarious. He said this was the biggest crowd in state history, even though we were in a public-school auditorium. He said he was worth more than $10 billion, a figure that is impossible for him to prove but also impossible for us to disprove.
Drew Magary, "What Kind of Person Would Vote For Donald Trump? These People"

Seymour Goldfarb Jr. (Roger Moore): A delusional millionaire who thinks he’s Roger Moore. Not James Bond, mind you, just Roger Moore. This is actually a brilliantly silly idea, as Moore gets to send up his 007 persona, and the producers nearly get sued into poverty.

Is Cage acknowledging and embracing his own madness? Like the Iron Shiek becoming a cartoon of himself as a springboard to an irony-laced reinvention? Or, like when the studios had some old time movie star with a penchant for murdering call girls, and finally got tired of sweeping the bodies under the rug, is Hollywood accepting that his natural Cageness cannot and should not be covered up any longer? Cage became a thing unto himself, where directors be all “just go be Nic Cage and we’ll roll” like some modern day Klaus Kinski, riding his craziness like a bucking bull, and pointing cameras at him to preserve it for the ages.

The video for Tay Tay’s new single 'Blank Space' is supposed to be a parody of herself, but please. This video was obviously put together with actual security camera footage from Taylor’s mansion. This is a Taylor Swift documentary!
Michael K., 'Taylor should’ve gutted her man, pulled out his bones and veins, made a guitar out of that shit and then used that bones and veins guitar to write a song about him'