TV: Community 3.11 “Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts” Best Lines

Posted: March 15, 2012 in Best Lines, Television
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Community 3.11 “Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts” (****) — Andre re-proposes to Shirley. Britta and Annie quickly begin making arrangements for the wedding. Jeff must write a speech, and Troy and Abed attempt to become “normal” for the wedding. Pierce and Shirley try to get a sandwich shop installed in the cafeteria. This episode is probably more like ***, but I miss Community and I felt like a kid on a fast going to a buffet for the first time. Craving. Satisfied.

“I miss having a coffee shop. Now where am I going to get my cappuccinos and Sarah McLaughlin CDs?” — Annie

“I’d get rid of that Leave a ‘Penny Take a Penny’ nonsense. If the good Lord wanted you to have a penny, you’d have one.” — Shirley

“Pierce, why do you look like a wealthy murderer?” — Troy

“Should I have my people call your people? I mean, not your people.” — Pierce

“I’ve loved you since there was a Soviet Union and one Damon Wayans.” — Andre

“Shall I notify authorities?” — Pierce’s Racist Device

“It’s cool that Andre and Shirley are going to get married again. There’s a whole generation of viewers who didn’t get to see the original.” — Abed
“Let’s hope it’s more of a Bale than a Kilmer situation.” — Troy

“Second weddings are okay, I guess. If I had to rank them, I’d go 4th, 7th, 2nd, 5th, 1st, 3rd, 6th. No wait, 1st, then 5th.” — Pierce

“You’re anti-wedding now?” — Annie
No. She’s pro-anti.” — Jeff
“No to everything you just said.” — Britta

“Someone tell Britta what an analogy is.” — Jeff
“I know what it is. It’s like a thought with another thoughts hat on.” — Britta

“Just nut up and die alone.” — Jeff

“Ugh. Ugh. Ugh. Ugh. Ugh. Ugh. That’s the noise that people make when their offended in all the movies that Annie rents.” — Abed
“Ugh.” — Annie

“My 9th grade English teacher used to say ‘There will always be a reason not to follow your dreams.’ At the time, he meant I was under the age of consent, but his words still apply.” — Britta

“I had to shelve the trouser bench anyway. There are still part s of the prototype that need to be extracted. Maybe you’re misunderstanding. I mean, from my butt.” — Pierce

“Great. Flowers look great in a pot. There are people dying in Uganda.” — Britta

“You once convinced Troy that turtlenecks were made of turtles’ necks.” — Annie

“That’s me! Where did I get all that money I’m holding?” — Dean Pelton

“This may shock you, Annie. But I come from a long line of wives and mothers.” — Britta
“Many do.” — Annie

“Webster Dictionary defines? That’s the Jim Belushi of speech openings. It accomplishes nothing, but everybody keeps using and no one understands why.” — Annie

“How fiscal would do the quarterly earnings be?” — Dean Pelton

“Shut up, Leonard. Those teenage girls you play ping pong with are doing it ironically.” — Jeff

“There are a lot of layers to this.” — Troy
“It’s almost too conceptual to follow, but I love it.” — Abed

“What about babies?” — Jeff
“What about them?” — Britta
“How many?” — Jeff
“Pick a number, dick. Like it’s up to me.” — Britta

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