TV Announcer Quotes in Super Mario Bros. (1993)


TV Announcer Quotes:

  • TV Announcer: I'd call them the *Super* Mario Brothers.

  • TV Announcer: Don't miss next week's exciting episode. Who will triumph?

    Patch: Ol' Thunder always wins!

  • TV Announcer: Penny, you were a brave little girl to do what you did all by yourself.

    Penny: Oh, I didn't do it all by myself. Two little mice, from the Rescue Aid Society, helped me.

    TV Announcer: Mice? Rescue Aid Society?

    Penny: Yes! They rescued me.


    Penny: Um, could I say hello to them?

    [waves to the camera]

    Penny: Hello, Bianca! Hi, Bernard!

    TV Announcer: You can - talk to these little mice?

    Penny: All the time. Mice can talk like anybody. Didn't you know that?

    TV Announcer: [as the watching R.A.S. laughs] Well... I didn't. But I do now, Penny.

  • TV Announcer: And because of a courageous little girl named Penny, the world's largest diamond, the Devil's Eye, is now at the Smithsonian Institute. But what's even more important, folks, this little orphan's dream has come true. Today, she's being adopted. And here she is with her new mother and father.

  • Insp. Jacques Clouseau: I am now leaving France. This is a bad idea.

    [steps over "You are now leaving France" line in airport]

    TV Announcer: The legendary Pink Panther diamond has been stolen.

    Insp. Jacques Clouseau: What'd I tell you?

  • [first lines]

    TV Announcer: NASA scientists are excited over recent findings by the Mars Rover of fossilized organic compounds on the surface that indicate at some time in the past there may have been life on the red planet.

  • TV Announcer: How did James Dean really die? Find out tonight on Autopsies Of The Rich And Famous.

  • TV Announcer: Welcome to Northern Overexposure, the story of a young doctor from New York who comes to Alaska, complains about everything, and freezes to death.

  • TV Announcer: It's My Three Sons Of Bitches.

  • Old Man #1: I've lost the feeling in my arm.

    Old Man #2: All of a sudden, I can't see anything.

    [they collapse]

    TV Announcer: Sundays at 8:00... Different Strokes.

  • TV Announcer: This is Elvira. Join the Ms. Manila Sunshine contest and win a house and lot, a brand new car, P20,000 pesos in cash and luxurious trip to California, the Sunshine State of America. Copies of the rules and regulations and application forms are available at the Ms. Manila Sunshine office. 1524 Pasong Tamo Extension, Makati, Metro Manila. Deadline for entries is on March 31, 1980. Hurry! You may be the lucky Ms. Manila Sunshine and the world is waiting to know it!

  • TV Announcer: 1:01:20 1.7 billion were there for his birth. 220 countries tuned in for his first step. The world stood still for that stolen kiss. And as he grew, so did the technology. An entire human life recorded on an intricate network of hidden cameras, and broadcast live and unedited, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to an audience around the globe. Coming to you now from Seahaven Island, enclosed in the largest studio ever constructed, and along with the Great Wall of China one of only two man-made structures visible from space, now in its 30th great year... It's The Truman Show!

  • Rebecca: Oh! It's that comedian I was telling you about.

    [she turns up the volume on her television, which is showing an odd-looking man performing stand-up comedy]

    Rebecca: See this bit, it's the absolute worst.

    Joey McCobb, the Stand Up Comic: [on the TV] Just because I still live with my mother people think I'm peculiar. So what if she's been dead for 15 years?

    Rebecca: See? It's barely even a joke.

    Joey McCobb, the Stand Up Comic: Well, it's like I always say, take my life... please!

    [he bows and his audience applauds]

    TV Announcer: Joey McCobb, the weee-irdest man in showbusiness!

    Enid: If he's so weird, how comes he's wearing Nikes?

    [she switches the TV off]

    Enid: Joey McCobb is our God.

    Rebecca: I wanna do him.

    Enid: I bet. Actually, he kind of reminds me of that one guy you went out with, Larry. God, what look was he going for, a gay tennis player from the '40s?

    Rebecca: Fuck you.

    Enid: You dated him.

  • [last lines]

    [Jeff sits watching television, eating a Pop-Tart]

    TV Announcer: [off-screen] We'll be right back with that rescue tale of local councilman Kevin Landry and his two little girls. All that and more when we come back.

  • TV Announcer: A day without a wicket is like a day without sunshine.

  • TV Announcer: And now some scenes from next week's show, The Case of the Missing Kidney.

  • TV Announcer: One is registered LDW, the other O73. Police describe the drivers as being in their early thirties.

  • TV Announcer: Now, it's television, thanks to the wonderful advances of which we are daily - nay, hourly! - the astonished and fortunate beneficiaries. Television has reached such a degree of perfection that it can now replace all traditional forms of entertainment. In just a few years it has made itself indispensable in every household. It is now part of your everyday life. It beats to the rhythm of your own existence, this friend, the great friend. It's an evolution. It's an evolution - nay, a revolution! Believe me, that's no exaggeration, because, as it sweeps all before it, we are no longer obliged to leave our homes and look for some auditorium, near or far, to find...

  • TV Announcer: The whole world - The whole world, with its dramas, its problems, but also its joys - yes, the whole world comes to your home. You no longer need to go out to a show. The show now comes to you.

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