Saturday, April 23, 2016

Favorite Characters, Favorite Lines: T is for Ted


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My themes is Favorite Characters, Favorite Lines and I'm keeping it short and sweet with my daily offerings. Today is T for Ted "Theodore" Logan!

In Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, the guys (Alex Winter, Keanu Reeves) are faced with a challenging history project and Ted's Dad's threat to ship him off to military school. Totally bogus. With he help from Rufus (George Carlin) they travel back in time, dragging such luminaries as Beethoven, Napoleon, Genghis Khan, Socrates, Marco Polo, Billy the Kid, Joan of Arc and Sigmund Freud back to the present to ace the history report. Awesome, 'cause the future depends on them!

T is for Ted!

Mr. Ryan: Ted, stand up.
Ted: Stand up?
Mr. Ryan: Yes, son. Stand up.
[Ted stands]
Mr. Ryan: Now, who was Joan of Arc?
Ted: ...Noah's wife?



(Outside the Circle K)
Ted: OK, the lady in that car over there said that Marco Polo was in the year 1275.
Bill: It's not just a water sport, I knew it. 
(A woman enters convenience store)
Ted: Excuse me? When did the Mongols rule China?
Woman: I don't know, I just work here.


Missy: Hi, Bill. Want a ride?
Bill: Sure, Missy...I mean Mom. [she smiles and puts on her Ray-Bans]
Ted: [whispering to Bill] Your stepmom's cute.
Bill: Shut up, Ted.
Ted: Remember when she was a senior and we were freshmen?
Bill: Shut up, Ted!


Evil Duke: Put them in the iron maiden.
Ted: Iron Maiden?
Bill, Ted: Excellent!  [air guitar]
Evil Duke: Execute them.
Bill, Ted: Bogus!





Freud: And so, Ted's father's own fear of failure has caused him to make his son the embodiment of all his deepest anxieties about himself. And hence, his aggression transference onto Ted.
Ted[sits up] Whoa....
Freud: Okay, Ted?
Ted: Yes... Thank you very much, Sigmund Freud...
Freud: Bill? [motions toward the couch]
Bill: Nah...just got a minor Oedipal complex.


Ted: Our first guest speaker comes from the year 400 BC, a time when most of the world looked like the cover of the Led Zeppelin album, Houses of the Holy.



16 comments:

  1. Thanks for reminding me of this one! Love those quotes too. Hilarious.

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  2. ha..ha. I forgot how funny this is.

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  3. Very funny Cherdo. Such a classic! Great choice for T!

    Michele at Angels Bark

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  4. I can't believe I've never seen this movie...

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  5. Another one I've not seen, but some very good lines!

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  6. As hokey as the movie is, it does have its funny moments!

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  7. I've never seen this movie, but perhaps I'll have the time one of these days. I'm interested because I like the quotations you used.

    Love,
    Janie

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  8. So many great quotes. One of my favourites.

    [Bill and Ted have just landed the booth in Bill's yard]
    Ted: Uh, Ms. Preston. We'd like you to meet some of our... friends.
    Bill: Yeah. This is Dave Beeth-Oven.
    [Beethoven kisses Missy's hand. She laughs]
    Bill: And, uh, Maxine of Arc, Missy. Herman the Kid.
    Ted: Bob "Genghis" Khan. So-cratz Johnson. Dennis Frood. And, uh, uh... Abraham Lincoln.

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  9. We know about Keanu. But whatever happened to Alex?

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  10. We know about Keanu. But whatever happened to Alex?

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  11. The greatest parody of Back to the Future imaginable. So of course there will be a third one.

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  12. Fun movie! Bringing back some memories!

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  13. That was a fun movie. Thanks for the memories!

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  14. Such a funny movie! I love when Napoleon is bowling haha!
    A to Z hopping!
    ~Katie
    TheCyborgMom

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  15. This is a fun choice and I have to say I like Napoleon in this.

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Thanks for your personal yada, yada, yada,
Love, Cherdo