“Weird Science” quotes(1985)
Plot – Gary and Wyatt are two 16-year-old boys who can’t flirt with girls because of their shyness and awkwardness. One day, they have an idea: Wyatt is a computer’s master and, during a weekend when Gary’s parents are out of town, an authentic gorgeous girl breaks into the boy’s house. The two friends, who were discouraged and insecure until that moment, begin to take courage. Their amazing creature organizes a huge party and a crowd of classmates and unknown people participate. However, the party soon turns into a real mess.
All actors – Anthony Michael Hall, Kelly LeBrock, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, Bill Paxton, Suzanne Snyder, Judie Aronson, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Rusler, Vernon Wells, Britt Leach, Barbara Lang, Michael Berrymanshow all
“Weird Science” Quotes 15 quotes
“How 'bout a nice greasy pork sandwich served in a dirty ashtray?”
“I can be a real serious bitch if I don't get what I want.”
“We can deal with shame, death is a much deeper issue.”
“- Wyatt Donnelly: Gary, where the hell do you get that thing?
- Gary Wallace: It's a squirt gun, man.
[suddenly, there's a loud bang and a chandelier crashes to the ground. Both Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly look terrified]”
“- Wyatt: Gary?... By the way, why are we wearing bras on our heads?
- Gary Wallace: [hesitates] Ceremonial.”
“- Wyatt Donnelly: Yeah, you can go in peace.
- Gary Wallace: Or you can stay and die. The choice is yours.”
“- Lisa: You okay?
- Gary Wallace: Well, my nuts are halfway up my ass, but other than that, I'm perfect!”
“- Gary Wallace: Where'd your parents go anyway?
- Wyatt Donnelly: Cincinnati. They're meeting the guy my sister wants to marry.
- Gary Wallace: Chloe? Who the hell would want to marry Chloe?
- Wyatt Donnelly: He's studying to be a vet.
[he grimaces slightly, wondering if that has anything to do with it]”
“You know, there's going to be sex, drugs, rock-n-roll... chips, dips, chains, whips... You know, your basic high school orgy type of thing. I mean, uh, I'm not talking candlewax on the nipples, or witchcraft or anything like that, no, no, no. Just a couple of hundred kids running around in their underwear, acting like complete animals.”