" Everybody's… always talkin' about what a dull town this is, since the roller rink went bust. And there's just the drive-in theater out on Route 61, and… all they show is them diddly-daddly pictures, and they're all rated "X". M-O-O-N, that spells "X". "
All right, I'm ready! Laws, yes! M-O-O-N, that spells "ready"!
Decoration is my hobby. M-O-O-N, that spells "hobby".
Julie Lawry: You're name's Tom, right?
Tom Cullen: Tom Cullen. M-O-O-N, that spells "Tom Cullen".
Ralph Bretner: Name's Ralph Bretner.
Tom Cullen: I'm Tom Cullen. M-O-O-N, that spells "Tom Cullen". I don't know his name, 'cause I can't read it. Sure wish I did, though — laws, yes.
Nick hands Ralph a hastily scribbled note.
Ralph Bretner: Your friend's name here is "Nick Andros". M-O-O-N, I-I guess that spells "Nick".
Woo-hoo! M-O-O-N, that spells "Nebraska"!
I got it, Mister! I got it! You're just like old Albion Packalot's hired man! Tom Cullen knows what that is! M-O-O-O-N, that spells "deaf and dumb"!
when Jeff Probst
announces a shocking new twist which is, in reality, neither shocking nor new.
Hey man, there's a twist coming, double tribal councils, and the dude that won individual immunity gets to give someone the other tribe immunity.
Man, that's been done before. That's a retwist.
An expression indicating a person is so abnormally large that they struggle slowly to move from one place to another on their own feet.
Shortened version of the saying, "(s)he can roll down a hill, but can hardly walk."
Yo dude, why are we moving so slow.
Well, that women up there rolls can hardly.
Someone with the ablilty to sleep standing up, especially while working the 11pm-7am shift. Typically, this person becomes offended when you wake them up.
You check out the goat.
Yeah, he's on his feet, but he's snoring.
That's some crazy shit dude. Should we wake him up?