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Quotes for
Larry Lipton (Character)
from Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)

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Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)
Carol Lipton: Look at you, you're all white.
Larry Lipton: All the blood rushed to my brother!

[first lines]
Larry Lipton: C'mon, you promised to sit through the hockey game without being bored,
Carol Lipton: [overlapping] I know, honey, I promised.
Larry Lipton: and I'll sit through the Wagner opera with you next week.
Carol Lipton: I know.
Larry Lipton: I already bought the earplugs.
Carol Lipton: Yeah, well, with your eyesight I'm surprised you can see the puck. Wow, yay, come on.

Carol Lipton: Larry, I think it's time we reevaluated our lives.
Larry Lipton: I've reevaluated our lives; I got a 10, you got a 6.

Carol Lipton: Larry, I think she's dead!
Larry Lipton: Try giving her the present.

Hotel night clerk: You are with police?
Larry Lipton: Yes, I'm a detective. They lowered the height requirement.

Larry Lipton: Here, taste my tuna casserole and tell if I put in too much hot fudge.

Larry Lipton: I like a hotel with lots of blue powder sprinkled along the base boards.

Larry Lipton: I think it's a reasonable assumption that if you're dead you don't suddenly turn up in the New York City Transit System.

Larry Lipton: I was in a deep sleep - I was dreaming of round card girls.

Larry Lipton: I'd fix Ted up with Helen Dubin, but they'd probably get into an argument over penis envy; the poor guy suffers from it so.

Arthur Bannister: [on the movie screen, "The Lady from Shanghai" is playing] I'm aiming at you, lover.
Mrs. Dalton: I'm aiming at you, lover.
Arthur Bannister: Of course, killing you is killing myself.
Mrs. Dalton: Of course, killing you is killing myself.
Arthur Bannister: But you know, I'm pretty tired of both of us.
Mrs. Dalton: But you know, I'm pretty tired of both of us.
[On the screen, Arthur and Elsa shoot at each other, breaking mirrors; in the theatre, Mrs. Dalton and Mr. House shoot at each other, breaking mirrors and finally killing Mr. House]
Larry Lipton: I'll never say that life doesn't imitate art again.

Larry Lipton: I'm a world renowned claustrophobic.

Larry Lipton: Claustrophobia and a dead body - this is a neurotic's jackpot!

Larry Lipton: New York is the city that never sleeps! That's why we don't live in Duluth. That, plus I don't even know where Duluth is. Lucky me.

Larry Lipton: Yes, of course you woke us - not everyone is up at 1 AM watching the porn channel.

Larry Lipton: Ted has a mind like a steel sieve.

Larry Lipton: Ted sees himself as Rick in Casablanca; I see him more as Peter Lorre.

Larry Lipton: This guy gets his jollies from licking the back of postage stamps.
Ted: I can see that, depending on who's on the stamp.

Larry Lipton: You're suggesting we try to provoke him into murdering us?
Marcia Fox: You have a problem with that?
Larry Lipton: Well, either that, or I suddenly developed Parkinson's.

Larry Lipton: My favorite thing in life is, you know, to look at cancelled postage.

[Hands Hotel Day Clerk a one-dollar tip]
Larry Lipton: What are you making a face for? He's the father of our country.

Lillian House: Exercising changed my life.
Larry Lipton: I prefer to atrophy.

Paul House: Well, what do you buy a woman who has everything?
Lillian House: We already own twin cemetery plots.
Larry Lipton: I always think a Bentley is in good taste. Or, you could go the route I did and buy her a set of handkerchiefs.
Carol Lipton: Well, they were very nice though, and they had my initials.
Larry Lipton: Yeah, and I didn't even know her size.

Larry Lipton: I can't listen to that much Wagner, ya know? I start to get the urge to conquer Poland.

Carol Lipton: Well, listen, I think maybe I will go back to seeing my shrink, I think, I think I...
Larry Lipton: You don't have to see your shrink, there's nothing wrong with you that can't be cured with a little Prozac and a polo mallet.

Larry Lipton: I forbid. I forbid you to go. I'm forbidding!... Is that what you do when I'm forbidding?

[last lines]
Carol Lipton: You were jealous of Ted.
Larry Lipton: Ted, you've gotta be kidding, take away his elevator shoes and his fake suntan and his capped teeth and what do you have?
Carol Lipton: You!
Larry Lipton: Right, I like that!

Carol Lipton: I don't understand why you're not more fascinated with this! I mean, we could be living next door to a murderer, Larry.
Larry Lipton: New York is a melting pot! I'm used to it!

Larry Lipton: My life is passing before my eyes. The worst part about it is that I'm driving a used car.

Larry Lipton: Meanwhile, I can't get that Flying Dutchman theme out of my head. Remind me tomorrow to buy up all the Wagner records in town and rent a chainsaw.

Carol Lipton: Did you see this? This man in Missouri killed twelve victims, dismembered them, and ate them.
Larry Lipton: Really? Well, it's an alternative lifestyle.

Carol Lipton: Helen Dubin's wrong for Ted. She's too mousey.
Larry Lipton: Well, he's a little mousey. They could have their little rodent time together, they could eat cheese together...

Larry Lipton: [to Carol] Save a little craziness for menopause!

Larry Lipton: C'mon, more, more! Adrenalin is leaking out of my ears!

Larry Lipton: Don't do this! We should be asleep now in one of our many cuddling positions!

Carol Lipton: You know I've never seen a dead body before.
Larry Lipton: I have. My uncle Morris, 93 years old. He collapsed from too many lumps in his cereal.