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Quotes for
Marty Sherman (Character)
from "The Critic" (1994)

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"The Critic: The Pilot (#1.1)" (1994)
Jay Sherman: I'm sitting on top of a volcano of rage and I've got nowhere to direct it.
Marty Sherman: [picks up a note] There's a critic's screening of the new Sylvester Stallone movie tonight...
Jay Sherman: What's it about?
Marty Sherman: Lets see. He plays a concert pianist who...
Jay Sherman: [jumping up] To the multiplex!
Marty Sherman: Yeah!


"The Critic: Marathon Mensch (#1.8)" (1994)
Marty Sherman: Dad, watching you run that marathon was the proudest two and a half days of my life.


"The Critic: A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera (#1.11)" (1994)
Jay Sherman: Musicians don't have to be handsome, and do they get beautiful women? Let me say just two words to you: Lyle Lovett.
Marty Sherman: I thought he was handsome.
Jay Sherman: No, you're thinking of Jon Lovitz, and I agree. With his sephardic good looks, he takes the cake.


"The Critic: Marty's First Date (#1.2)" (1994)
Jay Sherman: [yelling] Who died and made you El Presidente?
Marty Sherman: [whispering] Dad, that's Castro!


"The Critic: All the Duke's Men (#2.6)" (1995)
Marty Sherman: But all they want to do is goof off and eat candy.
Jay Sherman: Well, son, as President, you're above that.
[remembers Ronald Reagan being sworn in]
Ronald Reagan: I do solemnly swear that as your President, I will goof off and eat candy.
[falls asleep at podium]
Crowd: Four more years! Four more years!


"The Critic: From Chunk to Hunk (#2.5)" (1995)
Marty Sherman: But I can't act!
Drama Teacher: [chuckles] That's what a young Steve Guttenberg told me, und look at him now! eh, No, look at him four years ago.


"The Critic: A Little Deb Will Do You (#1.5)" (1994)
Marty Sherman: This is worse than the time you sucker-punched Mr. Rogers!