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Such Good Friends Quotes

Such Good Friends is a television show that appeared on TV in 1970 . Such Good Friends completed its run in 1970.

It features Otto Preminger as producer, Thomas Z. Shepard in charge of musical score, and Gayne Rescher as head of cinematography.

Such Good Friends is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Such Good Friends is 102 minutes long. Such Good Friends is distributed by Paramount Pictures.

The cast includes: Dyan Cannon as Julie Messinger, Laurence Luckinbill as Richard Messinger, William Redfield as Darlene, Burgess Meredith as Bernard Kalman, Nina Foch as Mrs. Wallman, James Coco as Dr. Timmy Spector, Ken Howard as Cal Whiting, and William Redfield as Barney Halsted.

Such Good Friends Quotes

James Coco as Dr. Timmy Spector

  • (James Coco) "Okay, now that we have your signature, we can start to assault Richard's gallbladder."
  • (James Coco) "So, would you like to complete your day by having sex with a physician?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Certainly. Do you mind parking on the street?"
  • (James Coco) "I'm sorry, but if you don't have a garage, it's out of the question."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Damn it."
  • (Dr. Bleiweiss) "Mr. Messinger. Mr. Messinger. MR. MESSINGER. Dr. Spector, I'm not having much luck. Why don't you give it a try --"
  • (James Coco) "Certainly -- RICHARD. RICHARD. RICHARD."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Jesus, is this what you do to someone in intensive care? Scream at him until he wakes up?"
  • (Dr. Bleiweiss) "We do anything and everything in intensive care that might help, Mrs. Messinger."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "RICHARD. RICHARD."
  • (James Coco) "I don't like rodents. I was the only one in my science class who enjoyed seeing mice die. Not out of malice, you understand, but because, to me, it meant one less mouse in the world."

Ken Howard as Cal Whiting

  • (Ken Howard) "How do you beat the shit out of a guy who's been screwing your girlfriend for a year and then goes into a hepatic coma?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "I guess you do what you did, Cal. You beat the shit out of his wife."

Dyan Cannon as Julie Messinger

  • (Dyan Cannon) "What do you mean you can't find anything to replace Richard's blood? What are you giving him in its place? Tomato soup?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "We have never been particularly Jewish. We've never been particularly anything -- except well-groomed."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Doria Perkins. Three times post -- posterior. Three times posterior. I guess that's better than looking at her nose."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Richard, "horny" isn't even the word to describe what I feel right now. I just thought it would -- I just thought it would be nice."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Honey, a gift isn't a gift just because you decide to give it. You could give someone a grand piano. They would appreciate the gesture, but couldn't accept it because --"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "-- because he couldn't play the piano?"
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "No. Because -- his apartment is too small. You're upset now, aren't you?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "No, I'm not. I just don't know what I'm gonna do with my grand piano."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "I love you, honey."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Now, get on your side of the bed -- and let a man with only a few more hours to live get some sleep."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Amazing. I bear a very striking resemblance to a nude woman."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "How do I look?"
  • (James Coco) "Julie, he's unconscious."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "I know, but I wanna look nice."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "A man goes into the hospital to have a mole removed and lapses into a coma. What happens when you come here for something serious? Do you develop a mole?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Darlene, answer the door."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Darlene, the door."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Darlene, the door. Oy, why did they abolish slavery?"
  • (William Redfield) "Your brasierre is showing, Mrs. Messinger."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Hey, you've gone soft. You bought the hamsters."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "No, I have not gone soft. I just want to be sure that if I die, I will generate enough guilt in my kids to drive them into analysis."

Laurence Luckinbill as Richard Messinger

  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Nobody listens to a woman. They'd just think you were making it with me."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "How about my wife's pair? Fantastic, aren't they? I think they're the best looking ones here."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Richard, you are drunk and silly."
  • (Doria Perkins) "He's right. They're really beautiful. Are they very old?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Pardon ?"
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Oh, forgive my wife. She's blind drunk. Honey, she wants to know if the earrings are very old."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Oh. No, I just bought them. Thank you."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "What is this? The Third World Film Festival? A great Libyan classic? This has to be some sort of joke."
  • (William Redfield) "Richard, let's not go through fifteen minutes of jokes about the Third World Film Festival."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Well, I'm just bewildered. Why are all these countries black or Oriental -- and where are Sweden and Denmark?"
  • (William Redfield) "Sweden and Denmark are not uncommited nations. All countries with a predominantly black population are uncomitted. All countries with a predominantly white population are A-OK. That's how we know which countries to invade."
  • (Unnamed) "The feet are very underrated. People never pay much attention to their feet. I think it's very important to keep them in tip-top shape."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "I didn't want to tell you this -- I don't know quite how but -- honey, I strayed because you have lousy feet."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Richard Messinger, the bestselling author of a famous children's novel, editor of a beloved New York picture magazine. Rich in comparison with the poor. Brilliant in comparison with the moderately intelligent. Happy in comparison with the glum. Dead at the tender age of 30 only after being put into comparison with the living."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "And those foolish people in the ghettos think they have problems."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "What is that?"
  • (Dyan Cannon) "What?"
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "There is something alive in your blouse."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Oh, Richard. Are they really that noticeable?"
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Noticeable? They are leaping out in the air and chinning themselves."
  • (Dyan Cannon) "Richard, I can't go up there. Everyone's going to notice them."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "Don't be ridiculous. The guest list includes Norman Mailer, Bernard Kalman and Saul Bellow. You'd have to be stark naked and bald to get a second look."

Nina Foch as Mrs. Wallman

  • (Nina Foch) "Richard, really. Most husbands don't have the time let alone the interest to do this."
  • (Laurence Luckinbill) "That's because most husbands don't intend to dress up in their wife's clothes. Take it, we'll look wonderful in it."

Burgess Meredith as Bernard Kalman

  • (Burgess Meredith) "You liked my novel? I was surprised when it sold. I didn't write it for that. Anyway, I've been elected head of this new cultural committee. I flew to Washington last week. I didn't want to go, God knows -- but the position has given me a sense of freedom. I can, at last, approach the President and say, point blank -- "How 'bout a little nukie?" I will have performed a valuable service for this troubled nation. Shall we dance, madame?"

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