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Latter Days Quotes

Latter Days is a TV program that first aired in 1970 . Latter Days stopped airing in 1970.

It features Jennifer Schaefer as producer, Eric Allaman in charge of musical score, and Carl Bartels as head of cinematography.

Latter Days is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Latter Days is 108 minutes long. Latter Days is distributed by TLA Releasing.

The cast includes: Wes Ramsey as Christian Markelli, Steve Sandvoss as Elder Aaron Davis, Jacqueline Bisset as Lila Montagne, Rebekah Johnson as Julie, Amber Benson as Traci Levine, Khary Payton as Andrew, Erik Palladino as Keith Griffin, Rebekah Johnson as Julie Taylor, Mary Kay Place as Sister Gladys Davis, Steve Sandvoss as Elder Farron Davis, and Steve Sandvoss as Elder Harmon.

Latter Days Quotes

Rebekah Johnson as Julie

  • (Rebekah Johnson) "What, you would have sex to help your career?"
  • (Khary Payton) "Honey, I'd blown a guy just to get him out of my apartment. Sex for my career would be noble."
  • (Rebekah Johnson) "We're shirts. You're skins."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Uh -- no."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Fine, we'll be skins."
  • (Elder Paul Ryder) "Whoa."
  • (Elder Paul Ryder) "Ow."

Wes Ramsey as Christian Markelli

  • (Wes Ramsey) "Look, if there's a problem, I could come back."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Look, maybe I'm just homesick."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Homesick? For Idaho?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Okay, fine, but --"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I'm sorry, that came out wrong. I'm -- It's just -- When I left home, it was just 'zoom', like a rocket. But if you've never been away from home before -- Have you?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What? I've been away from home, just not for two whole years."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "'Could be worse, could be raining.'"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "That's Young Frankenstein."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Yeah. So two years, huh?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Yeah. We're not allowed to call or go home in the holidays and they're not allowed to visit."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Wow, where do I sign up?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Hey. Happen to like my family. 'After all, a boy's best friend is his mother.'"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Psycho, that's Psycho, right? 'She goes a bit mad sometimes. We all go a bit mad sometimes.'"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Least you got your friends here, right?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What, Ryder? No. We just got assigned to each other a few weeks ago."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Oh. Well, better you than me."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I thought I'd rather die than be gay. I got a pretty good idea of what dying felt like. But lying there in the arms of that man, I thought if this is what being gay feels like -- bring it on."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Damn girl. Didn't know getting hung up on make me feel so good."
  • (Quinn) "You're not worried about Elizabeth comin' in?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Elizabeth? My roommate is Julie."
  • (Quinn) "I'm here for a date with Elizabeth."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Elizabeth lives in 243D, as in "down the walk". This is 243B -- as in "blow job". You're not Str8Curious from AOL?"
  • (Quinn) "No."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Not again."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "God, I hate the snow."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What are you doing here?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I came after you. How could you leave without saying anything?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "It's not my choice. I'm being sent home in shame. And I'm probably gonna be excommunicated."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "For just a kiss? Don't get me wrong, it was a nice kiss but come on. We didn't even get to use our tongues."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "You wouldn't understand."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I'm sorry, I'm not -- I'm not very good at this. See, I've never made a fool out of myself in front of anyone before. But I've never felt this way before about anyone in my entire life."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What for me, some guy you can't have. And then next week you're gonna be on to your next conquest?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "But what if you're not? Huh? What if everything in my entire pathetic life, which I happen to love, has led to this point right now? What if, what if you're the blinding light in the middle of the road that, that strikes me like the guy in, in --"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "The Bible?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Yeah, him."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Paul?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Yeah. And what if everything's changed like that? And lions lay down with lambs and colors mix with whites. What if you're the one that I've been waiting for my whole life and I let you go?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "You have no idea what I'd be giving up."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Dammit. What is wrong with you? You want revelations engraved in gold and angels trumpeting down from heaven. What if this is it instead? Me telling you I love you. Right here; in the snow. I think that's pretty miraculous. But if you don't, I -- I'll -- I'll go. You can pretend that this was just some coincidence. You can pretend that there wasn't some reason that we met, and that you're sorry I ever walked in your life."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "God, I hate the snow."
  • (Elder Paul Ryder) "God hates homos."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "You're gonna come into my house and tell me God hates homosexuals?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "And the French."
  • (Elder Paul Ryder) "God hates the French?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Everybody hates the French."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Oh -- Say it isn't so."
  • (Erik Palladino) "What?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Well, apparently, poor Pam Anderson has had her breast implants taken out and put back in so many times that her entire chest is collapsing."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Oh, they have bikini pictures. They're horrible."
  • (Erik Palladino) "Shut up."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "No, they are; seriously. They're down to her knees. Eat your chicken and I'll show you."
  • (Erik Palladino) "Prick."
  • (Erik Palladino) "Give me the f***ing magazine."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I don't like to brag, but I can suck the engine block to the tail pipe of the '58 Chevy."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "It might be nice to stop equating sex with a handshake and it might be nice to have it mean something."
  • (Rebekah Johnson) "Listen to you, you are turning into a chick."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Shut up."
  • (Rebekah Johnson) "You are. Wait Christian wait, seriously you dropped something."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "What?"
  • (Rebekah Johnson) "Your balls. Must have fallen over under somewhere."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "This is me not talking to you."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Where did we end up last night?"
  • (Rebekah Johnson) "I don't know, but I woke up without my bra and that's never a good sign."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I wouldn't worry about it."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Wow. How long did we do that?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Two and a half hours. It's okay, ain't it?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Okay? It's amazing."

Steve Sandvoss as Elder Aaron Davis

  • (Steve Sandvoss) "You can play."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Yeah, we can learn a skill. I played in high school and I learned out all the jocks were doin' it, but only with other jocks."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What if it's not something I've done? What if it's who I am?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Don't say that. Don't you ever even think that."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "They set this thing up to be difficult. Okay? Well, we can't listen to music, we can't watch movies, we're never supposed to be alone? I mean, come on, we're 19, 20 years old and we're not even allowed to beat off. Some nights I wake up and I find teeth marks on my headboard. Look, I put my time in here so that I can go home, so that I can marry Jennifer, so that I can finally nail her. See? It's amazing what we do for sex."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Look, whatever you thought, don't. We're colors and whites. We don't mix."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Mom."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Uh-huh."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Mom."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "What, Aaron? What?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "It's nothing, I just wanted to see if you could bring yourself to look at me."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "I'm looking at you, Aaron. What am I supposed to be seeing?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Nothing."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Sometimes it all still feels like a mass of dots. But more and more these days, I feel like we're all connected. And it's beautiful -- and funny -- and good."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "This is going to sting a little. Funny, I'm not squeamish. In high school we went to this hospital. I was the only kid who wanted to watch the surgery. So they help me scrub down, and then they gave me a set of scrubs; you know, those green things? To put on and everything -- got a Band-Aid?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "So anyway, I got to watch as they opened this guy's chest. And there it was, this human heart, you know? This human heart. You think about it beating and all, but it's more of a dance. And I couldn't get over that that's all that tethers us to this planet; this one fragile muscle. And how it's so tiny, really, in the big scheme of things. And when you think about all the things that can stop it -- Well you just figure that there's got to be something else, something miraculous that keeps that valiant little muscle dancing."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "I didn't come to unload on you."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "You gave me that privilege once. Let me return the favor."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "After we -- After we met, I was -- sent home and excommunicated -- for being gay."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Your church doesn't like alcohol or homosexuals. Hmm -- Well, I'm definitely not joining. Can't imagine heaven without both."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "In the light of your abnormal and abominable state and your refusal to see that you've been duped into a hogwash alternative lifestyle, I wish -- I wish my shame was enough for both of us, not to mention the shame you've brought to this church, our family, our ancestors --"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Wait a minute, our ancestors? Dad, your grandfather had half a dozen wives. Same goes for every single person in this room. I -- I'd say we were were the original definition of 'alternative lifestyle.'"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Are you calling us hypocrites?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "No, we've gone way beyond hypocrisy, Dad, now we're just being mean."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Do you ever read the Sunday comics?"
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "I beg your pardon?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "The, the, comic page? When I was a little kid, I use to put my face right up to them, you know um, And I was just amazed because it was just this mass of dots, I think life is like that sometimes. But I like to think that from Gods prospective, life, everything, even this, makes sense. It's not just dots. Instead we're all, we're all connected, and it's beautiful and it's funny and it's good. From this close we, we can't expect it to make sense, right now."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Dude, you're way too easy."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "So I've heard."

Mary Kay Place as Sister Gladys Davis

  • (Mary Kay Place) "His name was Christian, wasn't it?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Was Christian the one?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "What did he do to you?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "He -- He loved me."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "His name was Christian, wasn't it."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Is Christian the one?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "What did he do to you?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "He loved me."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Don't say that. Do you know how ridiculous that sounds? How repulsive that is to God, to everyone? Two men? Men don't love, Airy. Women bring love to a relationship."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Mom, he told me he loved me."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "He would have told you anything. He flattered and beguiled you. Tools of the devil; that's what they do."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "You don't know that."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Yes I do."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "You don't know that."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "I do. You know why? Because when you didn't arrive home, I called your mission president."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "Checked up on me, huh?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "I was worried sick about you. And you know what he said? Your missionary companion told him that that Christian person; you were nothing more than a bet he made."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "That's not true."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Yes, it is true. He won your soul for a lousy 50 dollars. That's all you were worth to him, and you know what, he's probably forgotten all about you and now he's moving on to his next fornication."
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "No; no, he wouldn't."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "It meant nothing to him. He was using you. And that is why you can never think about him again. Ever; ever again. You've got -- you have got to put this thing behind you. This horrible mistake that everybody knows about. You've seen how they look at us. You've seen how people just turn their carts around when we walk down the aisle at the market and how they look away at the bank. Why do you think your father doesn't come home any more?"
  • (Steve Sandvoss) "What if it's not something I've done? What if it's who I am?"
  • (Mary Kay Place) "Don't say that. Don't you ever even think that. You can be forgiven. Maybe heavenly father can forgive you for what you've done. But who you are -- we could never forgive something like that."
  • (Mary Kay Place) "He won your soul for a lousy $50."

Jacqueline Bisset as Lila Montagne

  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Chris? Sit down."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Drink that."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Toss it, that way it's medicinal."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Good. It's vital for a man to have a couple of slugs in him before discussing heartache. I think Hemingway told me that."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "You knew Ernest Hemingway?"
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Margaux, actually. But beauties don't always escape tragedy."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Oh, God, this is hell. I've done something -- I'm guilty. And I'll burn for it."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Funny thing about guilt: There's nothing so bad that you can't add a little guilt to it and make it worse; and there's nothing so good you can't add guilt to it and make it better. Guilt distracts us from a greater truth: we have an inherent ability to heal. We seem intent on living through even the worst heartbreak."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "How?"
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Hm. Practice."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "A toast, an affirmation, a prayer of thanks. I want you to know that, wherever we find ourselves in this world, whatever our successes or failures, come this time of year, you will always have a place of my table. And a place in my heart."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "I heard that Disney's opening a Fantasia restaurant where the plates fly themselves to the tables. Until then, what to do?"
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "I don't believe in coincidence. These days, I believe in miracles."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "He's a great tipper."

Khary Payton as Andrew

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Amber Benson as Traci Levine

  • (Amber Benson) "Thank God she's leaving."
  • (Khary Payton) "Can you believe Entertainment Weekly called her "the new sweetheart of American cinema?""
  • (Amber Benson) "That c***? She made Julie take my table because she thought I hadn't bathed recently; like she should talk. Did you see her eat?"
  • (Khary Payton) "Yeah. Did you check out her legs? Now I know why they call 'em calves."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I bet after sex, she smokes a ham."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Darling, give me a glass of Cuvée. I do hope we're not speaking disparagingly about our clientele. Gossip is so ignoble, especially regarding those less fortunate."
  • (Amber Benson) "Less fortunate, that bitch?"
  • (Khary Payton) "You know somethin', tell."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "No, I would never -- tell tales such as -- with the frequency she does it, the poor child must think that binging and purging are aerobic exercise."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "She hardly looks bulimic."
  • (Jacqueline Bisset) "Yes, if I were a different sort, I'd suggest a little more of the purging and a little less of the binging."
  • (Amber Benson) "I was miserable in New York. At least in LA, you can be miserable while you get a tan."

Erik Palladino as Keith Griffin

  • (Erik Palladino) "It's back."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Yeah, this must be your lucky f***in' day."
  • (Erik Palladino) "Or maybe I'm just not suffering enough yet. I didn't expect to see you again."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Oh, come on now. You don't think you going all 'Miss Cleo the Psychic' on my ass is gonna scare me off that easy; now do you?"
  • (Erik Palladino) "Maybe it's just dementia setting in. Sometimes I read people and I -- I think I'm the oracle of Delphi."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Well, sometimes I growl at people. Doesn't make me Eartha Kitt. I'm just goin' to put this right about here."
  • (Erik Palladino) "It doesn't matter, I'm still not hungry."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I don't remember asking you if you were. I just deliver this stuff, remember? But my friend Andrew made this, and he doesn't even cook for his boyfriends. So the least you could do is tryin' to be polite, and eat it."
  • (Erik Palladino) "I don't have to pretend to be polite. I think I've -- I think I've earned that right."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Oh yes, that's right; you're dying, you're bitter, blah, blah, blah -- Fortunately I'm shallow so I'm impervious to that. Now eat it."
  • (Erik Palladino) "Impervious? Bet you don't know how to spell that."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Sure I do. It's spelled 'Bite me.'"
  • (Erik Palladino) "Do you feel guilty for being so good-looking?"
  • (Erik Palladino) "Where are you going with my god**** flowers?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "But they are --"
  • (Erik Palladino) "We don't throw anything out that's not completely dead. Deal?"
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Deal."
  • (Erik Palladino) "And another thing, you got to quit coming over here and moping around. You're f***ing depressing me."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "I'm depressing you?"
  • (Erik Palladino) "That's what I'm sayin'. If we've reached the point where you're dragging my day, oh, then -- we got a problem. Seriously, you gotta do somethin'. Somethin' to make a move, just -- find a way to get past this."
  • (Wes Ramsey) "Are you being the oracle guy now?"
  • (Erik Palladino) "No. I'm -- just bein' your friend."

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