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“I love French wine, like I love the French language. I have sampled every language. Fantastic language. Especially to curse with.”
“I was supposed to die in France. I never even saw France.”
“- Perry White: Get your head out of the clouds, Kent! Where've you been for the past twelve hours?
- Clark Kent: Uh, Home.
- Perry White: Well, don't you watch television?
- Clark Kent: Frankly, Mr. White, I really don't enjoy television. Too much violence. I was just reading Dickens.
- Jimmy Olsen: Mr. Kent! A gang of terrorists seized the...” (continue)(continue reading)
“France does not belong to you, Charles. She belongs to God.”
“- Patty: Hey, Marcie, this is real nice!
- Marcie: It's a whole lot better than peanut butter sandwiches, sir.
- Patty: What do you think they'll feed us in France?
- Marcie: Probably peanut butter on French bread, sir.”
“You know why the French hate us so much? Thay gave us the croissant. And you know what we did with it? We turned it into our croissandwich, thank you very much.”
What the city council did was really... give me a challenge, and it's a challenge that I am going to... accept. It's like in the olden days, in the... days of France, when men would slap each other with their gloves... say, y'know... "D'Artagnan!"... y'know, "how dare you talk to me like that, you!" and... smack 'em!
“- Doug Remer: Oh, I'll come, I love hospitals.
- Joe Cooper: No you don't, you like Taco Bell!
- Doug Remer: No, one time I was at this hospital, in France, and I met this great chick.
- Joe Cooper: Dude, that was a hostel.”
“- Serafine: I want you to blow a big bubble for me.
- Andy McDermott: What?
- Serafine: Well... It's a custom in France. The bigger the bubble, the more a boy likes a girl.”
“- Insp. Jacques Clouseau: Does Lady Lytton have a swimming pewl?
- Nice Police Chief: A swimming pewl?”
“- Keller Coleman: What were you doin' in France?
- Earl: Folks over there were havin' a world war. I got invited.”
“I don't know what they taught you in France, but 'rude' and 'interesting' are not the same things.”