Homer from "The Simpsons," "That poor man, is he okay?"
James Roday from "Psych," "That's too hard."
Charlie Sheen from "Two and a Half Men," "The one guy in the world who can match me drink for drink and broad for broad. In fact, the one time I thought I drank him under the table, it turned out he had a broad under there."
Neil Flynn from "Scrubs," "I don't like how you're trying to make people treat you with a new found sense of respect."
Jane Fonda from "Nine to Five," "Hit the road buster, this is where you get off."
From "Seems Like Old Times," "Is this a gag?" "This is a government agency, you know we don't have a sense of humor."
Dolly Parton from "Nine to Five," "This is the last straw!"
Jon Cryer from "Two and a Half Men," "Uh, so many words come to mind. So few that you can say in church."
Jay Mohr from "Gary Unmarried," "Uh, I don't want to disagree with you, sweetheart. But I was reading Swimsuit Magazine, they listed the 50 Most Amazing Women, she wasn't mentioned."
From "The Day The Earth Stood Still," "I want to speak to the president!"
Kent Brockman from "The Simpsons," "(organ music) The worst person who ever lived."
Bob Saget from "Surviving Suburbia," "That is so YouTube five years ago."
James Roday from "Psych," "Dude, that's just rediculous, anyway."
Kurtwood Smith from "That 70's Show," "I'm sorry but that's funny!"
Sheriff Pepper from "Live & Let Die," "And that means you smart ass."
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