Nicole(as Lady Macbeth): I would, while it was smilling in my face, Nicole: Have plucked my nipple from his boneless gums Nicole: And dashed the brains out, had I so sworn as you have done to this. Anderson: Damn! // Later Anderson: I want you to be honest, think about your desires. Anderson: Actually don't be honest, keep your thoughts to yourself. Anderson: But think about your deepest darkest desires.
Anderson: War is what everyone wants to avoid at all costs ... all the normal people, at least.
Anderson: I hope everyone gets an A this quarter. Anderson: Have you guys heard about the new grade policy? Anderson: An "A, B" will no longer do this semester.
//as Anderson pours out Pepsi to any students who want it Anderson: My wife and I go to this Chinese place, and afterward they always send us a two-litre bottle of Pepsi. Anderson: Even when we tell them not to. I don't understand it. Anderson: I tell them to give us Diet Pepsi -- they give us Pepsi. I tell them to just not give us anything -- they give us Pepsi anyway. Anderson: So I am liquidating my supply.
Anderson: We had computers when I was your age. Anderson: We even had the internet.
Anderson: It would be an ever-shifting mountain of mashed-potatoes, but it would still be a mountain! Sean: A delicious mountain! Anderson: It would be a delicious mountain. I love mashed-potatoes.
// Anderson pretends to be a college professor for a class Anderson: You as college freshman are the most ironic of all. // Later Jerry Song: That was such a banger that I actually took notes. He needs to do this more. Jerry: Based English teacher moments.
Anderson: "Lowbrow" is ... well, for lack of a better term, reality television.
Anderson: You'll see some handwriting, which I would criticise as sloppy, but, honestly, it's better than mine.
//reads dramatic description of Gatsby's smile from The Great Gatsby Anderson: If you find someone with a smile like that, lock them up. Anderson: Not in that sense. I mean the other sense. *gestures at wedding ring*