Gordie Quotes in Blast-Off Girls (1967)


Gordie Quotes:

  • Gordie: Hey, man. Do you serve fried chicken?

    Harland Sanders: Do we serve fried chicken? Whoo-wee! We DO serve fried chicken!

    Gordie: I got five hungry musicians in the parking lot wanting five buckets of fried chicken.

    Harland Sanders: Musicians you say? Hey, I love music! If you let them play some music outside, I'll let you have lunch for free.

    Gordie: You got yourself a deal, buddy!

  • Gordie: Do you think I'm weird?

    Chris: Definitely.

    Gordie: No man, seriously. Am I weird?

    Chris: Yeah, but so what? Everybody's weird.

  • Gordie: Alright, alright, Mickey's a mouse, Donald's a duck, Pluto's a dog. What's Goofy?

    Vern: If I could only have one food for the rest of my life? That's easy-Pez. Cherry-flavored Pez. No question about it.

    Teddy: Goofy's a dog. He's definitely a dog.

    Gordie: I knew the $64,000 question was fixed. There's no way anybody could know that much about opera!

    Chris: He can't be a dog. He drives a car and wears a hat.

    Gordie: Wagon Train's a really cool show, but did you notice they never get anywhere? They just keep wagon training.

    Vern: Oh, God. That's weird. What the hell is Goofy?

  • Gordie: Fuck writing, I don't want to be a writer. It's stupid. It's a stupid waste of time.

    Chris: That's your dad talking.

    Gordie: Bullshit.

    Chris: Bull true.

    Chris: I know how your dad feels about you. He doesn't give a shit about you. Denny was the one. He cared about and don't try to tell me different. You're just a kid, Gordie.

    Gordie: Oh, gee! Thanks, Dad.

    Chris: Wish the hell I was your dad. You wouldn't be goin' around talkin' about takin' these stupid shop courses if I was. It's like God gave you something, man, all those stories you can make up. And He said, "This is what we got for ya, kid. Try not to lose it." Kids lose everything unless there's someone there to look out for them. And if your parents are too fucked up to do it, then maybe I should.

  • Gordie: Suck my fat one, you cheap dime store hood.

  • Gordie: Why did he have to die, Chris? Why did Denny have to die?

    Chris: I don't know.

    Gordie: It should've been me.

    Chris: Don't say that.

    Gordie: It should've been me.

    Chris: Don't say that, man!

    Gordie: I'm no good. My dad said it. I'm no good.

    Chris: He doesn't know you.

    Gordie: He hates me.

    Chris: He doesn't hate you.

    Gordie: He hates me!

    Chris: No! He just doesn't know you.

  • Chris: I'm never gonna get out of this town am I, Gordie?

    Gordie: You can do anything you want, man.

    Chris: Yeah, sure. Give me some skin.

    Gordie: I'll see ya.

    Chris: Not if I see you first.

  • Ace: What are you gonna do? Shoot us all?

    Gordie: No, Ace. Just you.

  • Gordie: Maybe you could come into the college courses with me.

    Chris: Yeah right, that'll be the day.

    Gordie: Why not? You're smart enough.

    Chris: They won't let me.

    Gordie: What do you mean?

    Chris: It's what everyone thinks of my family in this town. It's what they think of me. I'm just one of those low-life Chambers kids.

    Gordie: That's not true.

    Chris: Oh wait, it is. No one even asked me if I took the milk money that time. I just got a three day vacation.

    Gordie: Did you take it?

    Chris: Yeah, I took it! I mean, you knew I took it. Teddy knew I took it. Everyone knew I took it. Even Vern knew it, I think. But maybe I was sorry and I tried to give it back.

    Gordie: You tried to give it back?

    Chris: Maybe. Just maybe. And maybe I took it to Old Lady Simmons and told her, and the money was all there. But I still got a three day vacation because it never showed up. And maybe the next week, Old Lady Simmons had this new suit on when she came to school.

    Gordie: Yeah, yeah! It was brown and it had dots on it.

    Chris: Yeah. So let's just say that I stole the milk money, but Old Lady Simmons stole it back from me. Just say that I told this story. Me, Chris Chambers. Kid brother to Eyeball Chambers. Do you think that anyone would've believed it?

    Gordie: No.

    Chris: And do you think that that bitch would have dared try something like that if it had been one of those douchebags from up on the view, if they had taken the money?

    Gordie: No way!

    Chris: Hell no! But with me?... I'm sure she had her eye on that skirt for a long time. Anyway, she saw her chance, and she took it. I was the stupid one for even trying to give it back.

    [begins to cry]

    Chris: I just never thought a teacher... Oh, who gives a fuck anyway? I just wish... that I could go some place... where nobody knows me. I guess I'm just a pussy, huh?

    Gordie: [comforting] No way. No way.

  • Milo: Chopper! Sic'em, boy!

    The Writer: Now he said, "Sic'em, boy!" But what I heard was, "Chopper! Sic balls!"

    Gordie: [Chopper turns out to be a small golden retriever] *That's* Chopper?

    Teddy: Ha ha ha! Come on, Choppy! Bite my ass, Choppy! Bite my ass! Bite shit. Come on, Choppy! Sic balls, Choppy!

    Milo: Stop teasing that dog, you hear me! Stop teasing him! Sonny, I'm gonna beat your ass, teasing my dog like that!

    Teddy: Yeah? I'd like to see you climb over this fence and get me, fat ass!

    Milo: Don't you call me that, you little tin weasel peckerwood looney's son.

    Teddy: What did you call me?

    Milo: I know who you are. You're Teddy Duchamp. Your dad's a looney. A looney up in the nuthouse in Togus. He took your ear and he put it to a stove and burnt it off.

    Teddy: My father stormed the beach at Normandy.

    Milo: He's crazier than a shithouse rat. No wonder you're acting the way you are with a looney for a father.

    Teddy: You call my dad a looney again, I'll kill you.

    Milo: Looney, looney, looney!

    Teddy: I'm gonna rip your head off and shit down your neck!

  • [after being handed the gun]

    Gordie: Is it loaded?

    Chris: Shit no! What do you think I am?

    [gun goes off]

    GordieChris: JESUS!

  • [as Lardass walks across the stage to his seat the Benevolent Order of Antelopes mock him in rhythm with his steps]

    Crowd: Boom-baba-boom-baba...

    [They fall silent as Lardass glares at them, but then they resume their mockery as soon as he starts moving again]

    Crowd: Boom-baba-boom-baba-boom.

    Mayor Grundy: And now, the one you've all been waiting for, the four-time champion, our own, Bill Travis!

    [Cheers and applause; Mayor aside to Travis]

    Mayor Grundy: Listen, I got ten ridin' on you myself, Billy-boy.

    [Now he speaks to the crowd]

    Mayor Grundy: Alright, are you ready? Hands behind your backs, gentlemen! Drum roll!

    Donelley TwinDonelley Twin: Hey, Lardass! Chow down, Wide Load!

    Mayor Grundy: Heh-heh-heh... GO!

    [the contestants bury their faces and begin eating. Within a few seconds, Lardass has finished his first pie]

    Lardass Hogan: Done!

    [Lardass finishes his second pie]

    Lardass Hogan: Done!

    [Bill Travis finishes his first pie]

    Bill Travis: Done!

    Lardass Hogan: [Lardass finishes his third pie] Done!

    Mayor Grundy: [to Lardass] You better pace yourself if you wanna hold out, boy.

    [Lardass continues and the crowd starts to cheer him on]

    Crowd: Lardass! Lardass!

    Gordie: What the audience didn't know was that Lardass wasn't really interested in winning. What he wanted was revenge, and right before he was introduced he'd gotten ready for it.

    [Cut to flashback scene showing Lardass drinking a quart bottle of Castor Oil and eating a raw egg just before the start of the contest; cut back to the contest in progress]

    Gordie: Diving into his fifth pie, Lardass began to imagine that he wasn't eating pies. He pretended he was eating cow-plops, and rat guts in blueberry sauce.

    Crowd: Lardass! Lardass!

    Lardass Hogan: Done!

    [Lardass prepares to dive into his sixth pie, but then his stomach starts rumbling]

    Gordie: Slowly, a sound started to build in Lardass' stomach. A strange and scary sound, like a log truck coming at you at a hundred miles-an-hour. Suddenly, Lardass opened his mouth, and before Bill Travis knew it...

    [Lardass barfs all over Bill]

    Gordie: ... he was covered with five pies worth of used blueberries. The women in the audience screamed. Bossman Bob Cormier took one look at Bill Travis and barfed on Principal Wiggins, who barfed on the lumberjack that was sitting next to him. Mayor Grundy barfed on his wife's tits. But when the smell hit the crowd, that's when Lardass' plan really started to work. Girlfriends barfed on boyfriends. Kids barfed on their parents. A fat lady barfed in her purse. The Donnelley twins barfed on each other, and the Women's Auxiliary barfed all over the Benevolent Order of Antelopes. And Lardass just sat back and enjoyed what he'd created-a complete and total barf-o-rama!

    VernTeddyChris: [Cheering and laughing] Yeah!

  • Gordie: ...the main guy of the story is a fat kid that nobody likes named Davie Hogan.

    Vern: Like Charlie Hogan's brother. If he had one.

    Chris: Good Vern. Go on, Gordie.

    Gordie: Well this kid is our age but he's fat. Real fat. He weighs close to one-eighty. But you know, it's not his fault. It's his glands.

    Vern: Oh yeah, my cousin's like that, sincerely. She weighs over three hundred pounds! Supposed to be Hyboid Gland or something. Well, I don't know about any Hyboid Glands, but what a blimp! No shit. She looks like a Thanksgiving turkey. And you know this one time...

    Chris: Shut up, Vern.

    Vern: Yeah, yeah, right. Go on, Gordie, it's a swell story.

  • Chris: "Suck my fat one"? Whoever told you that you had a fat one, Lachance?

    Gordie: Biggest one in four counties.

  • Vern: I wasn't that scared. I wasn't. Sincerely.

    Gordie: Okay. Then you won't mind if we check the seat of your jockies for Hershey squirts, will you?

    Vern: Go screw.

  • Chris: You're gonna be a great writer someday, Gordie. You might even write about us guys if you ever get hard-up for material.

    Gordie: [wiping away his tears] Guess I'd have to be pretty hard-up, huh?

  • Chris: You ready for school?

    Gordie: No.

    Chris: Junior High. You know what that means. Next year we'll all be split up.

    Gordie: What are you talking about? Why would that happen?

    Chris: 'Cause it's not gonna be like grammar school, that's why. You'll be taking your college courses, and me, Teddy, and Vern will all be in the shop courses with the rest of the retards, making ash trays and bird houses. You're gonna meet a lot of new guys. Smart guys.

    Gordie: A lot of pussies is what you mean.

    Chris: No, man. Don't say that. Don't even think that.

  • Gordie: [after Gordie and Chris set off the gun] That tupper babe saw me!

    Chris: Aw, shit, Gordie! She thought it was firecrackers.

    Gordie: I don't care! That was a mean trick, Chris!

    Chris: Hey, Gordie! I didn't know it was loaded!

    Gordie: You swear?

    Chris: Yeah, I swear.

    Gordie: On your mother's name?

    Chris: Yeah.

    Gordie: Even if she goes to hell 'cause you lied?

    Chris: Yeah, I swear!

    Gordie: Pinky swear?

  • Teddy: You lose Gordie! Ha ha ha ha ha! Gordie loses! Oh, Gordie just screwed the pooch!

    Gordie: Does the word "retarded" mean anything to you?

    Teddy: Gordie, go get the food, you morphodite.

    Gordie: Don't call me any of your mother's pet names.

    Teddy: What a wet end you are, Lachance.

    Gordie: Shut up.

    TeddyVernChris: I don't shut up. I grow up. And when I look at you, I throw up. Aghhh!

    Gordie: And then, your mother goes around the corner and she licks it up.

  • [the boys are having trouble designing how to get across the river]

    Teddy: Okay, you guys can go around if you want. I'm crossing here. And while you guys are dragging your candy asses half way across the state and back, I'll be waiting on the other side, relaxing with my thoughts.

    Gordie: You use your left hand or right hand to do that?

    Teddy: You wish.

  • Vern: There's one thing I didn't understand. Did Lardass have to pay to get in the contest?

    [Chris and Teddy sighs]

    Gordie: No, Vern. They just let him in.

  • Teddy: I'll kill you!

    Milo: You come on and try it, you slimy bastard.

    Chris: He wants you to come over there so he can beat the piss out of you and take you to the cops.

    Milo: You watch your mouth, smart guy! Let him do his own fighting.

    Gordie: Sure, you only outweigh him by 500 pounds, fat ass!

    Milo: I know your name. You're Lachance. I know all you guys and all your fathers are gonna get a call from me. Except for the looney up in Togus.

    Teddy: I'll kill you!

    Milo: You foul-mouthed whore master!

    Teddy: You son of a bitch! Nobody ranks on my old man! My father stormed the beach at Normandy! He stormed the beach, you faggot!

  • Gordie: But you didn't miss him. Chris Chambers never misses, does he?

    Chris: Not even when the ladies leave the seat down.

  • Vern: Geez, Gordie. Why couldn't you have gotten breakfast stuff? Like Twinkies and Pez and Root Beer?

    Gordie: Sorry, Vern. I guess a more experienced shopper could have gotten more for your seven cents.

  • Mr. Lachance: Why can't you have friends like Denny's?

    Gordie: Dad, they're okay.

    Mr. Lachance: Sure they are. A thief and two feebs.

    Gordie: Chris isn't a thief.

    Mr. Lachance: [Raises his eyebrow] He stole the milk money at school. He's a thief in my book.

  • Eyeball: Hey girls, where ya goin'?

    Gordie: [Ace passes Gordie on the sidewalk and snatches his baseball cap off his head] Hey, my brother gave me that!

    Ace: [holds the hat up high so Gordie can't reach it] Now, you're giving it to me.

    Gordie: Hey! C'mon, man! That's mine!

    Chris: [glaring at Ace] You're a real asshole, you know that?

    Ace: [flicks his cigarette to that ground] Ooo. You're brother's not very polite, Eyeball.

    Eyeball: Now, Christopher. I know you didn't mean to insult my friend.

    Ace: I know he didn't mean to insult me. That's why I'm going to give him the chance of taking it back.

    Ace: [thrusts Chris on his stomach against the sidewalk and begins holding the lit cigarette close to his eye] Take it back, kid.

    Chris: You bastard! Let go, man! Shit!

    Gordie: Stop it, man! You're hurting him!

    Chris: Filthy bastard...! Okay, I take it back! I take it back!

    Ace: Now, I feel a whole let better about this. How 'bout you?

    [grins at Chris and pats him on the cheek]

    Ace: Good.

    Eyeball: See ya later, girls.

  • Teddy: I'm sorry if I'm spoiling everybody's good time.

    Chris: It's okay, man.

    Gordie: I'm not sure it should be a good time.

    Chris: You saying you wanna go back?

    Gordie: No. We're going to see a dead kid... maybe it shouldn't be a party.

  • Vern: Any of you guys know when the next train is due?

    Chris: We could go down to the route 1-36 bridge.

    Teddy: What are you, crazy? That's 5 miles down the river, you go 5 miles down the river you gotta walk 5 miles back! That could take 'til dark. We go across here we can get to the same place in 10 minutes.

    Vern: Yeah, but if a train comes there's nowhere else to go.

    Teddy: No there isn't, we just jump.

    Chris: Teddy, it's 100 feet.

    Vern: Yeah, Teddy.

    Teddy: Look, you guys can go around if you want to, I'm crossing here, and when you guys are dragging your candy asses half way across the state and back, I'll be waiting for you on the other side relaxing with my thoughts.

    Gordie: You use your left hand or your right hand for that?

    Teddy: You wish.

  • [Chris drags Gordie behind the building to show him his gun]

    Gordie: Walking talking Jesus!

  • Gordie: Piss up a rope!

  • Gordie: Well, all the kids, instead of calling him Davie, they call him Lardass. Lardass Hogan. Even his little brother and sister calls him Lardass. At school, they put a sticker on his back that says "Wide-Load". And they rank him out and beat him up whenever they get a chance. But one day, he gets an idea; a greatest revenge idea, a kid ever had.

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