The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

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When he gets married, he wants to carry his bride over the threshhold in his arms.

"He's got goodness, Mabel. You know what that is... no, course you don't. We're too busy being smart-alecks... to busy in a crazy competition for nothing."

Best quote from Mr. Deeds. Followed shortly (in the film as well) by "Get out! The evil finger's on you!" It's certainly apropos, in this day and age.

This one goes on the 'to own' list. I hope Sandler does it justice.

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