Robert Grant Quotes in Dunston Checks In (1996)
Robert Grant Quotes:
Robert Grant: You got to get out of here. Mrs. Dubrow hates kids. She once kicked Big Bird in the nuts.
Robert Grant: Kyle, I know you're upset about the vacation, but that is no excuse to throw a guest's dog into the garbage.
Kyle Grant: I didn't throw him in the garbage.
Robert Grant: Then, what happened? No, no, don't tell me, let me guess. You decided to give him a coffee-ground bath to improve his coat.
Kyle Grant: He jumped off the dog walk.
Robert Grant: The dog is suicidal? Is that what you're trying to tell me?
Kyle Grant: He smelled the monster on the ledge and jumped over.
Robert Grant: Oh, it makes perfect sense now. He smelled the monster on the ledge. It is the smelly ledge monster.
Robert Grant: I will give you one week paid vacation if you go running out of this office crying.
Consuelo: [Consuelo starts up tears] Hoo hoo hoo hoo. Ahhhhh.
Mrs. Dubrow: Where did it come from?
La Farge: Well, when two orangutans fall in love...
Robert Grant: I think she means how did it get into the hotel.
Victor: Fluffy towels.
Robert Grant: Excuse me.
Victor: Our guests want fluffy towels. Talk to laundry.
Brian: You do realize we'll probably end up living in a Motel 6?
Robert Grant: Yep! Sounds pretty good to me.
Mary Grant: Robert! Hold on!
Robert Grant: I don't have to! She won't let go!
Jacques Paganel: This is true. She will not let go until she reaches her nest.
Mary Grant: Reaches her nest?
Jacques Paganel: Yes. High in the mountains. No doubt she has little ones that must...
Mary Grant: Oh!
[Paganel abruptly stops talking]
Mary Grant: Oh!
Robert Grant: [singing with poor pronunciation] Grimpons, grimpons, grimpons, grimpons, grimpons.
Jacques Paganel: No, no. *Grimpons*.
Robert Grant: Grimpons.
Jacques Paganel: That means: Let's climb. It is the French recipe for the good life. Whatever you want to do, don't be afraid to do it for fear of failure.
Chief Thalcave: Much rain there. You sleep in tree. May come flood.
Lord Glenarvan: Flood! By George, that's a good one!
Jacques Paganel: Giant ombu tree. Phytolacca dioica. Aha! Magnificent specimen!
Robert Grant: Oh, *please*, may we sleep in it?
Lord Glenarvan: You can sleep where you like, but I certainly don't intend to roost in a tree like a confounded sparrow. Pitch my tent just here.
Jacques Paganel: Merci merci merci beaucoup, merci milord Glenarvan!
[the group starts to dance around Glenarvan]
Jacques Paganel, Mary Grant, Robert Grant, John Glenarvan: Merci merci merci beaucoup, merci milord Glenarvan!
Jacques Paganel: Hooray!
Lord Glenarvan: Earthquake? Who said anything about an earthquake?
Jacques Paganel: Ah... I'm so stupid... milord. I didn't realize it until later. The Indian. When he did uh, uh, that, you see? He did not mean it was cold, no. He meant: tranco *piray*: earth *quake*. This is the land of many earthquakes.
Lord Glenarvan: Oh gracious me.
Jacques Paganel: In the whole world, no place has such big, such beautiful, such magnificent earthquakes as right here. But - huh-huh! - it is one chance in a million we should be so *fortunate*.
Lord Glenarvan: Heh-heh. Ye - Ye - Yes, of course, quite right. Besides, this place looks it's been here hundreds of years, doesn't it? I mean, uh, it's safe to assume that it will last one more night... *Hey*? *Oui*, monsieur?
Jacques Paganel: Oui, milord.
Robert Grant: And I'll wake you up if one comes, your lordship.
Robert Grant: It's a tiger!
Jacques Paganel: No no! It's a jaguar! Felis onca!
Lord Glenarvan: Get that beast outta here!
Harris: You don't look like anyone who would shoot a man down in cold blood.
Robert Grant: You're right. You better look close, Harris, and you'll see that I'm serious. After all, that time I spent in prison for you, you still think I wouldn't shoot?
Harris: All we've got to do is tear this up and we're in soft for the rest of our lives.
Robert Grant: None of that, Harris. We're playing this game straight.
Harris: Don't be a fool. We can have an entire kingdom at your feet.
Robert Grant: You heard what I said. I'm playing this straight.
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