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Peter Page (Character)
from The World's End (2013)

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The World's End (2013)
Gary King: And we're back! Just like the Five Musketeers!
Steven Prince: Three musketeers, wasn't it?
Peter Page: Four, if you count d'Artagnan.
Gary King: Well, nobody knows how many there were, really, do they?
Oliver: You do know that "The Three Musketeers" was a fiction, right? Written by Alexandre Dumas?
Gary King: A lot of people are saying that about the Bible these days.
Steven Prince: What, that it was written by Alexandre Dumas?
Gary King: Don't be daft, Steve! It was written by Jesus!
Andrew Knightley: Are we there yet?
Gary King: Let's do this!

Steven Prince: [checks watch, waiting for Garry to use the bathroom] This is a long piss.
Oliver: If it is a piss. It might be a little
[mimes out cocaine snorting]
Peter Page: Poo?
Oliver: How's that a poo?

Gary King: How's um...?
Peter Page: Vanessa?
Gary King: No, your wife.
Peter Page: Vanessa.
Gary King: Yeah, how's she?

Peter Page: I'll have to check with Vanessa.
Gary King: Who's Vanessa?
Peter Page: My wife!
Gary King: Since when have you had to check with your wife?
Peter Page: Since we got married.

Gary King: How is, uh...
Peter Page: Vanessa.
Gary King: No. Your wife.
Peter Page: Vanessa.
Gary King: Yeah. How's she?
Peter Page: She's good.
Gary King: Have you had sex yet?
Peter Page: We have two children.
Gary King: Ooh twice! Get you, fuck machine.

Steven Prince: This is a long piss.
Oliver: If it is a piss.
Peter Page: Poo.
Oliver: How's that a poo?

Oliver: WTF, Gary. WTF.
Gary King: What the fuck does WTF mean?
Peter Page: [getting out the cubicle] What the fuck?
Gary King: Ooohh yeah!

Steven Prince: We need to be able to differentiate between them, them and us.
Peter Page: Yeah, I think the pronouns are really confusing.
Gary King: I don't even know what a pronoun is.
Oliver: Well, it's a word that can function by itself as a noun which refers to something else in the discourse.
Gary King: I don't get it.
Andrew Knightley: You just used one.
Gary King: Did I?
Andrew Knightley: "It" it's a pronoun.
Gary King: What is?
Andrew Knightley: It!
Gary King: Is it?
Andrew Knightley: Christ!

Gary King: That settles it then, the last thing we need to do is get pulled over by the police. A - we're all drunk, B- they might be in on it, and C - we've got blood on our hands.
Peter Page: It's more like ink
Gary King: We've got ink on our hands.

Gary King: Who are you calling?
Peter Page: Vanessa.
Gary King: Why are you calling your wife?
Peter Page: Because she's my wife!

Peter Page: [laughing] King Gay!