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Woody Harrelson: Woody Boyd, Himself



  • Woody : Hey Mr. Peterson, there's a cold one waiting for you.

    Norm : I know. If she calls, I'm not here.

  • Norm : Morning, everybody!

    Woody : Beer, Mr. Peterson?

    Norm : Little early in the day isn't it, Woody?

    Woody : Little early for a beer?

    Norm : No, for stupid questions.

  • Carla : If the Brady Bunch crashes in the Andes who would they eat first?

    Woody : Well probably the maid, 'cause she's not kin

    Cliff : Yeah, but if they were smart they would ask her the best way to prepare herself.

  • Woody : Boy, Dr. Sternin-Crane having an affair with another guy. This reminds me of a terrible scandal we had back in Hanover, rocked the whole town to its core. Mayor's wife ran off with old Mr. Smithers.

    Frasier : Well, that's not so scandalous, Woody.

    Woody : Well, Mr. Smithers was a goat.

  • Woody : Pour you a beer, Mr. Peterson?

    Norm : Alright, but stop me at one. Make that one-thirty.

  • Woody : What's a Freudian Slip?

    Cliff : That's when you say one thing when you're actually thinking about a mother.

  • Woody : Why would an actress leave in the middle of a successful series?

  • Frasier : Afternoon, all.

    Woody : Hey, how's it going, Dr. Crane?

    Frasier : Oh, the usual. The crying, the tantrums, the bed-wetting.

    Woody : Yeah, that's fatherhood.

    Frasier : No, that's my therapy group. What a buncha losers.

  • [Rebecca is considering plastic surgery] 

    Woody : Miss Howe, I may be in the minority here, but I'm tired of all this plastic surgery talk. I think you're perfect just like you are.

    Rebecca : Well, Woody; no one is perfect. Surely there must be something about me you think needs improving.

    Woody : OK. Your breasts then.

    Rebecca : Thank you, Woody.

    Woody : No. Thank you.

  • Norm : [referring to Vera lunching with the wives of his bosses]  She just didn't pass muster.

    Woody : Well maybe she couldn't reach it.

  • Woody : Kelly's coming back from Europe today.

    Frasier : Ah, she's hopping the pond.

    Woody : What?

    Frasier : Well, the pond. It's a reference to the Atlantic.

    Woody : Why, Dr. Crane. The Atlantic is an ocean. How many of those have you had?

    Frasier : Apparently, not enough.

  • Woody : What's shakin', Mr. Peterson?

    Norm : All four cheeks and a couple of chins.

  • Woody : Jack Frost nipping at your toes, Mr. Peterson?

    Norm : Yeah, now let's get Joe Beer nipping at my liver.

  • Woody : Sam, I found an apartment... It's got everything I ever wanted... a living room and a bedroom.

    Sam : Isn't this in Chinatown?

    Woody : I don't think so Sam.

    Sam : Well yeah I think it is. Did there seem to be a lot of Chinese restaurants around?

    Woody : Yeah, I guess so.

    Cliff : Were there a lot of uh signs hanging hither and yonder in Chinese there?

    Woody : Yeah, come to think of it.

    Norm : Lots of Chinese people walking around in the street I suppose.

    Woody : Yeah, but that could just be a coincidence you know. I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll call my landlady. If anyone would know, Mrs. Chung would.

  • Rebecca : So did you get a chance to see Carla's babies?

    Sam : We sure did. They are two of the cutest little guys you have ever seen.

    Rebecca : Who do they look like Carla or Eddie.

    Woody : Well they're twins. They kinda' look like each other.

  • Rebecca : Until I began eating clean, I never realized how a good a nice, dry ricecake could taste.

    Woody : How can you eat those, Miss Howe, they don't have any flavor.

    Rebecca : Oh, if I eat these I will live longer.

    Woody : Well, I have a question. You know how you're always talking about how you hate your life? How come you wanna make it longer?

    Rebecca : Shut up, Woody.

  • [In regards to Henri, from France] 

    Lilith : Woody, you don't even like this man. He's been bothering you ever since he followed your girlfriend back from Paris, and now you're paying him to photograph you?

    Woody : Well, he just borrows money from me anyway. This way I don't hafta worry about him paying me back.

    Lilith : It's good you worked that out, Woody.

  • [Red Sox star Wade Boggs enters Cheers] 

    Wade Boggs : Hi, I'm Wade Boggs.

    Norm : Yeah, pal, and I'm Babe Ruth.

    Cliff : And I'm Dizzy Dean.

    Woody : I'm Woody Boyd.

  • Woody : What do you say to a cold one, Norm?

    Norm : See you later, Vera; I'm going to Cheers.

  • Diane : Methinks the man does protest too much.

    Woody : Excuse me, Miss Chambers, but shouldn't it be "I thinks?"

    Carla : Not in your case, Woody.

  • Woody : What's going on, Mr. Peterson?

    Norm : The question is what's going *in* Mr. Peterson. A beer please, Woody.

  • Woody : Would you like a beer, Mr. Peterson?

    Norm : No, I'd like a dead cat in a glass.

  • Woody : What's up?

    Norm : The warranty on my liver.

  • Woody : Have you had her scream for you, Sam?

    Sam : Later Woody, later.

  • Sam : You know what Woody, you just gave me something to think about.

    Woody : I'm sorry Sam, I hate it when someone does that to me.

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