The Trip (2002)
Beverly: So, Alan tells me you're a homosexual.
Tommy Ballenger: Only because there was nothing good on television.
Beverly: Well, I just find it so intriguing.
Tommy Ballenger: Not always, Liberace for example.
Beverly: Liberace is a homosexual?
Tommy Ballenger: Sadly, yes.
Tommy Ballenger: So what do you two have planned on the menu, a menage-a-trois?
Beverly: Oh, no. Alan hates French food.
Tommy Ballenger: What part of fuck off, drop dead, go to Hell, you're not getting a Christmas card did you not understand, hmm?
Michael: He opened his mouth, and Judy Garland's purse fell out.
Tommy Ballenger: What do you want?
Alan Oakley: I want to say I'm sorry.
Tommy Ballenger: Absolution granted, go with God. We're done.
Peter Baxter: I respect all of Alan's interests, I just don't like having them shoved down my throat.
Mary Oakley: That's the first time I've heard you complain about my son shoving anything down your throat.
Peter Baxter: I'm not quite sure how to take that.
Mary Oakley: Said the altar boy to the bishop.
Tommy Ballenger: So what made you want to become a writer?
Alan Oakley: It's always been my dream since a child. When did you first realize you were gay?
Tommy Ballenger: It's always been my dream since a child.
Tommy Ballenger: [to a reporter] I'd like to make a deal with the Anita Bryant people. You stop telling lies about us and we'll stop telling the truth about you.