Larry Mann
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Larry Mann (Character)
from The Big Kahuna (1999)

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The Big Kahuna (1999)
Larry Mann: Well, I'll be a son of a bitch! I don't smoke, you quit drinking, Bob here wouldn't even dream of lusting after a woman... between the three of us, we're practically Jesus.

Larry Mann: There are people in this world, Bob, who look very official while they are doing what they are doing. And do you know why?
Bob Walker: Why?
Larry Mann: Because they don't know what they are doing. Because if you know what you are doing, then you don't have to look like you know what you are doing, because it comes naturally.

Larry Mann: Do I strike you as a particularly religious man, Phil?
Phil Cooper: Not even the slightest.
Larry Mann: Then why am I seized with a sudden overwhelming desire to pray?

Larry Mann: Phil... man, we're in Witchita, Kansas. What does it matter whether we're on the 1st floor or the 500th floor? It all looks the same!

Larry Mann: When Jesus comes back he's going to have to give them a 2 day advanced notice, so they can make one of those little graph things.

Larry Mann: Did you mention perhaps what line of industrial lubricants Jesus would have endorsed?

Larry Mann: Sometimes you gotta chew your own leg off to get out of life's traps.

Bob Walker: Throw me in the water and see if I can swim
Larry Mann: I think you're missing the point here Bob, we're about to throw you off a cliff and see if you can fly.

Larry Mann: Murdoch? Oh, well, he's gone on to his great reward. Yeah... yeah, they say he's in Florida somewhere.

Larry Mann: Here's to the profound religious experience that comes from doing a job well and being grossly underpaid.

Bob Walker: What if he wants to talk?
Larry Mann: Well, then you talk Bob, you talk as long as he wants, forty days and forty nights, if you have to, until he tires of it. Then you come back here and tell us what happened.
Bob Walker: You'll wait up?
Larry Mann: Till the next fiscal quarter, beyond that I can't make any guarantees.