A Very Brady Sequel (1996)
Jan Brady: His name is George.
Marcia Brady: George what?
Jan Brady: George, uhhh Tropicana!
Carol Brady: What a nice name. Is he Cuban?
Jan Brady: No i mean... Glass. George Glass
Marcia Brady: That's funny. I've never heard of a George Glass at our school.
Jan Brady: That's because he's a transfer student. He came in the last week of school. He's really good looking and he thinks I'm super cool.
Marcia Brady: Sure, Jan.
[all the Brady kids and Alice are tied together by a staircase from Roy Martin, who left and kidnapped mom, they all think in their heads]
Bobby Brady: If I had been a better detective, I would've been on Mr. Martin sooner. This is all my fault.
Cindy Brady: If I wasn't too busy looking for my doll, I would've seen something suspicious. This is all my fault.
Kitty Carry-all: I bet he wouldn't have tied me up if I was Barbie. This is all my fault.
Peter Brady: What a dumb-head I am. I guess Roy was not much of a hero after all. This is all my fault.
Alice: I must've not put enough mushrooms in his spaghetti sauce. This is all my fault.
Greg Brady: Marcia looks great in those ropes... Wait a minute, what am I saying? This is all my fault!
Jan Brady: It was wrong to make up George Glass. This is all my fault!
Marcia: This is all Jan's fault.
[stepping out of the refrigerator]
Alice: How about that! The light really does go off when you close the door!
[Asked where Marcia is]
Cindy: She's over there getting lei'd by those Hawaiian boys.
Carol: Careful, Mike. he's got a gun.
Roy: I don't need a gun to take care of you. I am going to kick your Brady butt.
Cindy: He said the "B" word.
Marcia: [brushing her hair and counting] One, two, three, four.
[noticing Greg undressing through the curtain]
Marcia: Four, four, four.
Greg Brady: Marcia?
Marcia: [seductively] Yes, Greg?
Marcia: I mean, what?
Greg Brady: If Roy really is Mom's husband, then does that mean.
Marcia: We're not brother and sister?
Marcia: He even wrote something in my yearbook in French! "Menage A Trois." I bet that means "You're the most."
Marcia: Get with the times, Greg. There's a new thing called Women's Lib. It means women get what they want.
Roy Martin: You can't believe her. Look at the hair, the clothes, the constant cheerfulness.
Marcia Brady: I'm so happy for you, Jan.
Jan Brady: Really, Marcia?
Marcia Brady: No.
[Jan looks disappointed]
Marcia Brady: Jan, of course I am!
Roy: Marcia. Oh, Marcia, Marcia, Marcia. You have grown up to be so gorgeous!
Marcia: I know.
Roy: And Jan. My dear Jan. Isn't Marcia gorgeous?
[Talking about the music he likes]
Warren Mulaney: Well, I'm really into hip hop.
Marcia: Hip hop? Sounds like something a rabbit listens to.
Mike Brady: A gift is only a good thing when the giver has given thought to that gift. But when the gift the giver gives gives grief, then that gift should give the givee regrets.
Peter Brady: Dad, I think I hit him in the head with these. I'm sorry, Mr. Phillips.
Mike Brady: Peter, drumsticks are not toys.
Peter Brady: Oh, they're not drumsticks, Dad. They're weapons.
Mike Brady: Well, weapons are not toys either, Peter.
Marcia: [driving down a road in Hawaii] You know what's gross? Guys that don't wear bellbottoms. Yecch
[after Carol has fainted]
[they stare at each other]
Carol Brady: [not surprised] I'm all right.
Alice: Oh, just the ones in your room. And, they sure look mighty tasty, too!
Roy Martin: [laughing] The ones from my room.
Roy Martin: My room? The one's from my. Oh no!
Carol Brady: Roy, are you all right?
[the song "Good Morning Starshine" begins, and the flowers on Carol's dress animate and float around her face]
Carol Brady: Roy, are you all right?
Roy Martin: Oh God! I'm tripping with the Bradys!
Flight Attendant: [to the Brady kids doing a song, intercom] May I have your attention, please. Would those of you dancing and singing in the aisles, please sit down and sit up!
[everyone on the plane applauds]
Mike Brady: Roy, I have something I'd like to discuss with you
Roy: Is it about where I shop?
Mike Brady: No, but now that you mention it, I have that same suit in brown and green.
Roy: I know. You're wearing it.
Mike Brady: Ah. So I am.
Alice: That Sam is so thoughtful. He promised to slip me a special tube steak.
Mike Brady: Us Bradys have to stick together, or we'll fall apart. Much like that house of cards. You see, a deck consists of 52 cards, and if the hearts didn't work with the diamonds and the spades with the clubs, then how the heck would we ever play a game of Gin Rummy? So, in keeping with the spirit of togetherness, I'm sure you kids know the right thing to do.
Mike Brady: You seem to be having quite an effect on Peter, Roy.
Roy Martin: Well, it's like I always say: "Veni, Vidi, Vici. I came, I saw, I conquered".
Mike Brady: Well, like I always say: "Caveat Emptor".
Roy Martin: Doesn't that mean "Buyer Beware"?
Mike Brady: Yes yes it does.