Young Moe Quotes in The Three Stooges (2012)


Young Moe Quotes:

  • Young Moe: Anesthetic!

    Young Larry: Anesthetic!

    Young Curly: Anesthetic!

    Young Moe: 15 milligrams. Give!

    Young Curly: Right.

    [counts off on a croquet mallet]

    Young Curly: Five, ten, fifteen!

    [conks Sister Mary Mengele out]

  • Young Moe: [looking into Mary-Mengele's mouth] Huh, I haven't seen a case like this in years.

    Young Curly: And would you look at all that metal in her mouth?

    Young Larry: Must be too much iron in the water.

    Young Moe: Don't you worry, Sis, you're in good hands. We'll have that bum tooth out in no time.

    Sister Mary-Mengele: [moans] No.

    Young Moe: Anesthetic.

    Young Larry: Anesthetic!

    Young Curly: Anesthetic!

    Young Moe: [Curly picks up a croquet mallet] 15 millgrams. Give!

    Young Curly: Five, ten, fifteen! Nyuk, nyuk.

    Mother Superior: [Curly hits Mary-Mengele on the head with the croquet mallet, she goes unconscious; Mother Superior knocks on the door] Boys?

    Young MoeYoung CurlyYoung Larry: Nyuh-uh-uh!

    Mother Superior: Open up, please.

    Young Moe: It's the head penguin, boxcar seven on three. Break; one, two, three.

    Mother Superior: [the Stooges flip the rotating table, revealing a dinner table underneath] I said, open this door!

    Mother Superior: [Mother Superior opens Mary-Mengele's office door; Larry plays the violin off-key, Curlypaints a picture, Moe reads a book] What are you three up to?

    Young Larry: Just dabbling in the arts.

    Young Curly: Indubitably.

    Mother Superior: Oh. Well, lunch is ready.

    Young MoeYoung CurlyYoung Larry: Oh boy, eats! Woo-woo-woo-woo, woo-woo-woo-woo!

    [Moe, Larry and Curly run down to the dining hall]

  • Mr. Harter: [in the Harters' car] Hey Moe, do you know what day today is?

    Young Moe: No clue.

    Mr. Harter: It's your birthday.

    Young Moe: Really?

    Mrs. Harter: Well, to us it is, because today is the day that you came into our lives. So... what would you like as a birthday present?

    Young Moe: Aw, I'm good. This - this lollipop's really hitting the spot.

    Mr. Harter: [Mrs. Harter gasps, and Mr. Harter chuckles] Oh now, come on. come on, there's gotta be something that would make your birthday complete. Just go crazy, champ, anything your heart desires.

    Young Moe: Well, when you put it that way...

    [Moe whispers into Mrs. Harter's ear]

    Mr. Harter: Well, what is it?

    Mrs. Harter: He, uh... he wants us to go back and get his two friends.

    Mr. Harter: Oh, Moe, heh, three youngsters are an awful lot to take on, like, all at once.

    Young Moe: Oh, don't you see, Pop? That's the beauty of it. It's not gonna cost you a dime extra. Them two termites can bunk with me. I'll even split my meals with them.

    Mr. Harter: Yeah, I don't know, Moe, it's just...

    Young Moe: And you don't have to worry about sending them to fancy schools, 'cause they're not interested in reading or numbers. Heavy lifting and ditch digging, that's their dream.

    Mr. Harter: Wow, those guys really mean a lot to you, don't they?

    Young Moe: They're all I've ever had.

    Mrs. Harter: Moe's right, honey. We can't possibly separate these three boys.

    Young Moe: There we go! That's my mom talking.

    Young Moe: [Mr. and Mrs. Harter drop Moe off back at the orphanage, deciding to adopt Young Teddy instead] Forget it! It was a bad idea! I don't want nothing! Mommy! Daddy! Please!

    Young Moe: [sadly] Don;t go.

  • Young Moe: If you fellas are ever out in horse country, shopping for a polo pony, you'll, uh, look me up, right?

    Young Larry: Sure, Moe.

    [Curly sniffles]

    Young Larry: We'll... you know, keep in touch.

    Young Moe: Aw, quit your blubbering! What are you trying to do, rain on my parade?

    Young Curly: No Moe, these are tears of joy, honest!

    Young Moe: [softly] Sorry.

    Young Moe: You fellas mind if I have something to remember you by?

    Young Larry: You name it, Moe.

    Young Larry: [Moe pulls a tuft of Larry's hair] Oooh!

    Young Moe: Come here, ground hog.

    [Moe pulls some nasal hairs from Curly's nostrils, since Curly is bald]

    Young Curly: Oh!

    Young Moe: Thanks, fellas.

  • Young Moe: [Moe musically chants barbershop-quartet style] Hello,

    Young MoeYoung Larry: [Larry joins Moe in chanting] Hello,

    Young MoeYoung LarryYoung Curly: [Curly joins Larry and Moe as they chant together] Hello.

    Young MoeYoung LarryYoung Curly: [spoken] Hello!

    Mrs. Harter: [Mrs. Harter giggles; the young Stooges accidentally bump their heads together] How precious!

    Sister Rosemary: Yes, I certainly don't envy you having to choose between such amazing children.

    Young Larry: The choice is easy! I'm your guy!

    [Larry starts tap dancing]

    Mrs. Harter: That is so cute!

    Mr. Harter: Absolutely adorable.

    Mr. Harter: [to Mother Superior] How long's he got?

    Mother Superior: Hmm?

    Mr. Harter: He's taking chemo, right?

    Mother Superior: No no no, he's healthy as a mule.

    Sister Rosemary: And almost as smart.

    Young Moe: Recede, Bojangles.

    [Moe pulls Larry back by his hair]

    Young Moe: Pick me, I make the best potato peel and eggshell smoothies in town.

    [Mr. Harter chuckles nervously]

    Young Curly: If you choose me, I'll let you play with my pet rat, Nippy! I even taught him a few tricks!

    Mother Superior: Oh, boys and their rodents.

    [Mother Superior chuckles]

    Young Teddy: [Teddy enters the room] Mother Superior, may I have a glass of milk, please?

    Mrs. Harter: Oh, who's this?

    Young Teddy: Hi, my name's Teddy, and someday, I'm gonna have a puppy.

    Mrs. Harter: Oh my God, he's wonderful.

    Mr. Harter: I thought you said there were only the three.

    Sister Rosemary: I never said that, I said "about three".

  • Mrs. Harter: I hope you'll forgive us for coming early; we just couldn't stand to wait another day.

    Mother Superior: Oh, we understand, Mrs. Harter. This is a great surprise. We have three delightful youngsters for you to meet.

    Mr. Harter: Three? 'Cause we were under the impression there were more than that.

    Sister Rosemary: Nope, that's it, just the three. Children, get on in here, Mr. and Mrs. Harter don't have all day.

    Young Moe: [Moe musically chants barbershop-quartet style] Hello,

    Young MoeYoung Larry: [Larry joins Moe in chanting] Hello,

    Young MoeYoung LarryYoung Curly: [Curly joins Larry and Moe as they chant together] Hello.

    Young MoeYoung LarryYoung Curly: [spoken] Hello!

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