You tell 'em, Kessler! No self-respecting man would let himself be scared off by anything resembling a semisweet dinner meat. Pot roast? Maybe. But never meat loaf.
He's a horny little fellow with a penchant for cheap beer, taxidermy and double-stuffed Oreos. So of course, Grandpa would harbor a secret knowledge of the undead activity in his sleepy, little town, and ultimately, save the day in his beat-up truck.
Oh, what a lovely lunch! But somehow, we imagine the census taker didn't enjoy it nearly as much as Hannibal did. Whoever said liver was an acquired taste sure hit the nail on the head in this case.
This falls under the category of things you never thought you'd say and really never thought you'd have to amend. Now that we know there are, indeed, fish capable of masticating people, it's probably a good idea to avoid unknown waters.
Clark is talking about the Thing, but his words apply to several scenarios. Like, for example, that special time of the month when a woman is inexplicably angry at her mate and holed up somewhere, fuming. Either way, in matters concerning unidentifiable monsters or furious females, it's best to leave well enough alone.
Well, there you go — diplomacy in action. Who says this logic can't be applied when dealing with any disgruntled adversary? C'mon, give it a chance... it worked for Alicia Silverstone's lovelorn teacher in Clueless!
Clearly, Brody's powers of observation are exceptionally advanced. These guys are setting sail to battle a great white shark that could swallow a tour bus, and this is what he has to offer? Uh, ya think?!
Aww, it's so sweet when a husband's passion for his wife hasn't waned over the years. Oh, wait. That's right — bashing in of the brains isn't considered a grand, romantic gesture.
This line is impossibly perfect for use in almost any situation. Throw it out at parties, sporting events and heated board game get-togethers to impress — or intimidate — your pals. Hell, use it at home when yelling at your unruly pets. It's that good.
Put this at the top of the list of "compliments" I never hope to hear. One thing's for sure, though — Hannibal Lecter would undoubtedly enjoy living in Joey's world. Who needs fava beans and Chianti when the human organs are already spicy?
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