Quotes: Spotlight-Stealing Squad


Montana Moorehead: This ingénue from HELL! She has more lines than I do and she's A GOD! DAMN! MUTE!!
David: Nope, not any more. (forks over script)
Moorehead: Not any more what? Not any more lines?
David: Not any more mute. Word from upstairs says she regains her voice next week.

Web Original

[Abe] Vigoda always seemed to be a part of Barney Miller but in fact his character retired from the force at the beginning of season four, though he continued play Fish on Fish, a not-bad spin-off...In one of the great, possibly apocryphal examples of showbiz chutzpah, at the peak of Vigoda's popularity as Fish, his manager reportedly demanded the name of the show be changed to Fish & Barney. Not even Barney & Fish.

Paul Darrow is something of a cult legend these days thanks to his unforgettable performance as Kerr Avon. This a man who can overplay a scene to the nth degree and still make it entirely believable and gripping and can stand aside from group scene and do nothing and completely steal it. Avon was dark and delicious, casual and insane, brilliant and sexy. He was a force to be reckoned with and proved that even with the loss of Blake at the end of season two the show could still go on. It had never really been about Blake when Paul Darrow had stolen the show just like Avon always tried to usurp their leader.

Even the crusty old cynics here at WrestleCrap.com can’t deny that John Cena has worked incredibly hard to earn his spot atop WWE. It’s not Cena’s fault that the company has a never-ending over reliance on him to the point that they are horrified to go even one week without him on television.

I have some bad news for you. From here on out, it's pretty much the Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner Show, with the rest of the cast turning up for a cameo every once in a while just so you're not always looking at someone who's either bald or gold. In other words, the same as all of the other movies with the TNG cast.

Masters of the Universe rewarded eager young He-Man fans with a story about a teenage Courtney Cox and her dead parents.

Superman III is really The Wacky Adventures of Richard Pryor…oh and there’s some Superman as well. I don’t care what the original comic was, when you put Scott in the movie it should have been retitled Seann William Scott acts like a dumbass, and Chow Yun Fat is doing something too.

Chris: If Blade II had a major flaw in not giving costars — and by that I mean Donnie Yen — enough to do, this one has the flaw of giving them way too much. They might as well have called it Blade Buddies. (Ryan) Reynolds even narrates the whole thing.
David: Well, Reynolds was an up-and-coming hot commodity when this came out, wasn’t he? Oh wait, wasn’t his only major role at this point Van Wilder?
Chris: That depends. Do you consider his role in one episode of X-Files to be major?
David: …no. But Van Wilder was really funny! When I was in college!
Chris: Then no.
—Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Blade: Trinity

Web Video

It's like if you're playin' Street Fighter II — or watchin' an anime of Street Fighter II: As opposed to M.Bison gettin' killed (or 'defeated', we should say) at the hands of Ryu or Ken, it's like, fuckin'...T.Hawk, is the guy that lands the final blow and brings down the empire.

Wolverine: Stay on topic, bub! This movie's about me!
Rorschach: Weren't all the X-Men movies about you? They sure as hell weren't about Halle Berry. At least she doesn't think so.
I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC: Wolverine and Watchmen (Rorschach)

Western Animation

Those guys always get all the attention!
Simba after hearing Timon & Pumbaa are tonight's featured performers at the House of Mouse