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Paul Young (Character)
from "Desperate Housewives" (2004)

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"Desperate Housewives: One Wonderful Day (#1.23)" (2005)
[after Mary Alice kills Diedre with a knife]
Paul Young: Oh, Mary Alice! What have you done?

[after killing Deidre, Mary Alice brings a toy chest from upstairs]
Paul Young: What are we going to do?
Mary Alice: You said they were pouring the concrete for the pool to mould.
Paul Young: You can't be serious!
Mary Alice: They'll never find her. We can put her in this.
[points to the toy chest]
Paul Young: She wont fit!
Mary Alice: Then we'll have to make her fit!
[Mary Alice starts checking Diedre's arm]
Paul Young: What are you doing?
Mary Alice: Checking for track marks.

[after killing Diedre, Mary Alice brings a toy chest from upstairs]
Paul Young: What are we going to do?
Mary Alice: You said they were pouring the concrete for the pool to mould.
Paul Young: You cant be serious!
Mary Alice: They'll never find her. We can put her in this.
[points to the toy chest]
Paul Young: She wont fit!
Mary Alice: Then we'll have to make her fit!
[Mary Alice starts checking Diedre's arm]
Paul Young: What are you doing?
Mary Alice: Checking for track marks.


"Desperate Housewives: Remember Paul? (#7.1)" (2010)
Paul Young: I'm surprised you agreed to see me.
Felicia Tilman: I wanted to spit in your face. I didn't realise there'd be glass.


"Desperate Housewives: Ah, But Underneath (#1.2)" (2004)
Paul Young: [to Susan about Mary Alice] I don't care what her reasons were. Maybe she was depressed. Maybe she was bored. It doesn't matter. She abandoned her husband and her son, and I'll never forgive her.


"Desperate Housewives: Anything You Can Do (#1.7)" (2004)
Paul Young: Look, I just want to move this place fast. I'll do whatever we have to do.
Edie Britt: Well, that's good to know. You do realize that you're going to have to disclose the fact that your wife killed herself in the house.
Paul Young: I am?
Edie Britt: Oh, yeah. Legal crap. You know, people get really freaked out by suicides. You can't blame 'em. Hell, I get the willies just standing here.
Paul Young: Is there any way to get around it?
Edie Britt: Off the record? You could say that she shot herself in the living room, and then crawled out back to die. Well, I'm just saying! Oh, I've gotta go. I'll call you tomorrow.


"Desperate Housewives: Down the Block There's a Riot (#7.10)" (2010)
[as the riot goes on]
Lynette Scavo: This is all on you, I hope you know that!
Paul Young: Me? Those are your friends out there, Lynette. The solid citizens of Fairview! Tell me again why you think they're better than a bunch of ex-cons.


"Desperate Housewives: Running to Stand Still (#1.6)" (2004)
Susan Mayer: Hey Paul
Paul Young: Hi Susan
Susan Mayer: I got to say, I was a little surprised to see Mary Alice's award for sale. She got it for doing charity work, from the Chamber of Commerce.
Paul Young: Zach and I are moving. We don't need to carry any more with us than is absolutely necessary.
Susan Mayer: That makes sense. Still, I just want to make sure you didnt want to keep it, for Zach, something to remember his mother by.
Paul Young: Zach doesn't need a piece of glass to remember his mother. I'm out of newspaper. Here, let's call it ten bucks for everything.
Susan Mayer: Great. Speaking of Zach, I haven't seen him around lately.
Paul Young: He's been a bit depressed. I thought he could use a change of scenery, so I sent him to stay with relatives.
Susan Mayer: Oh, which ones?
Paul Young: You don't know them.
Susan Mayer: So, how'd you get the fat lip?
Paul Young: The usual way. Asking too many questions.


"Desperate Housewives: Pretty Little Picture (#1.3)" (2004)
Zach Young: Maybe when you die, I won't put in an obituary.
Paul Young: That will be your choice to make. Assuming you outlive me.


"Desperate Housewives: Don't Look at Me (#2.19)" (2006)
Felicia Tilman: Paul? I was making cookies and I heard the most sickening thud. Are you okay?
Paul Young: There's shortening on my doorstep.
Felicia Tilman: Shortening? That's the last thing you'd want on your front porch. It's meant for baking.