"I've always wanted to see Serge Lifar. Now I have. And it's all true..."
"What is true?"
"He is every bit as bad—no, dreadful—as I've always heard." Even I could tell that the flabby-buttocked man onstage was, if not bad, oddly repellant as he struck his poses. Year later, Nureyev said that when he was in charge of the Paris Opera Ballet, his most difficult task was to exorcise the malign ghost of Lifar.
—Gore Vidal, Palimpsest
"I Am Curious (Yellow) is not merely not erotic. It is anti-erotic. Two hours of this movie will drive thoughts of sex out of your mind for weeks. See the picture and buy twin beds."
— 'Roger Ebert
"AWW! Aww, no— no. No fringe coming out of the butt. That's... (sigh) that's just unfortunate."
Falconetti (David Patrick Kelly): He couldn't handle that I won Claire and he didn't! I was sleepin' with her every night, doin' it with her every night...
Spoony: I like to picture Marion having sex, but the mental image of him being there really ruins it.
"The boobie prize has to go hands down to Mae West who at 77 years old was still playing the sex goddess who beds everyone. This is like when Tom Jones still thought he “had it” and released Sex Bomb as a single. No one bought it, and no one buys the Crypt keeper like West as some temptress. In fact the idea of her and Thomas Magnum getting it on makes me throw up a little in my mouth."
"No, the true Wrestlemania moments can’t be manufactured; they have to occur organically. Moments like Maria Menounos’s spray-tan skid mark."
"There's an attempt at a comedic subplot here where Uhura and Scotty have some kinda chemistry or sexual tension or somethin'. Later in the film, when Sybok frees her mind, Uhura begins to make awkward sexual advances toward Scotty.. Her mind is uninhibited, so she wants to fuck an old, fat white guy."
"I'd like to say this is where a big chunk of the $20 million budget went, but I'm pretty sure (David) Carradine did the movie for free, just so he could show off his ancient nakedness."
"The "Sins Past" story began with a very simple, almost-sane concept: Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy had unprotected sex during their original relationship, which lead to Gwen secretly giving birth to fraternal twin children. Editorial disliked the notion of Peter Parker having fathered children out of wedlock, but were just fine with the idea provided the father was changed to the nefarious Norman Osborn. Also, it resulted in the following artwork being drawn, and I’m sure you’ll agree the entire world would’ve been better off without it ever existing."
"Remember the good times of La-Mulana. The laughs, the cries, the experiences of a wonderful adventure game before it went freaking berserk and showed me wearing a skimpy swimsuit and I got made fun of by Duracuets. What a... what a lame thing to do."
"You didn't have to drop your boxers just to show us that."