Montgomery MacNeil
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Montgomery MacNeil (Character)
from "Fame" (1982)

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Fame (1980)
Montgomery McNeil: Never being happy isn't the same as being unhappy. Is it?

Doris Finsecker: Everybody falls in love with their analyst! They have a word for it, don't they?
Montgomery McNeil: Yeah. Homosexual.

Doris Finsecker: I mean, if I don't have a personality of my own, so what? I'm an actress! I can put on as many personalities as I want!
Montgomery McNeil: [raises his glass] To schizophrenia!
Doris Finsecker: [also raising glass] Abso-fucking-lutely!

Montgomery McNeil: You wanna get a pizza? We could split an Angie's special - with anchovies!
Ralph: Anchovies? Man, fuck anchovies. Man, I died out there and you're talking about fucking pizza?
Montgomery McNeil: No, I'm talking about eating pizza.

Montgomery McNeil: 'A pie in the face comes with the job.' That's what my mom says; she should know.
Doris Finsecker: I don't get it.
Montgomery McNeil: A real artist must never be afraid of what other people are gonna say about him.

Montgomery McNeil: What do you want, insurance? You know, back in the Middle Ages, actors - they didn't even want to bury us.


"Fame: Metamorphosis (#1.1)" (1982)
Montgomery MacNeil: You've got the look of tension headache number nine.
Bruno Martelli: It's name is Garcy.

Julie Miller: Looks like you've got sort of a crush on that Michael Harrison guy.
Doris Schwartz: Julie, maybe people in Grand Rapids get 'crushes'. That's not the way it is in New York City.
Julie Miller: What do they get in New York City?
Montgomery MacNeil: Herpes, mostly.


"Fame: The Strike (#1.7)" (1982)
Montgomery MacNeil: [to Leroy] You know that slaughterhouse on 12th Avenue? Maybe you should stop in there and buy yourself some guts!


"Fame: Alone in a Crowd (#1.4)" (1982)
Montgomery MacNeil: Places where the people are all facing in the same direction, they're magic. People just sort of become one, they unify. Cathedrals have it. Theaters... temples...
Leroy Johnson: Toilets...


"Fame: A Musical Bridge (#1.13)" (1982)
Montgomery MacNeil: Details are for small minds.


"Fame: Passing Grade (#1.2)" (1982)
Montgomery MacNeil: Look, you know that an entourage is?
Danny Amatullo: Sure. It's like a ballet dance step.