Kirk Cameron Quotes
Total quotes (10)
Total quotes (10)
Nick Simpson: [observing the 'accident' Mike made with a soda bottle, suspiciously, to Mike] Somebody unscrewed this. This was no accident. Wait a minute... You didn't get too busy and forget, did you?
Mike Seaver: Look, do you know that you're prejudiced, or are you just kidding yourself.
Nick Simpson: [furiously] You rude, smart-assed know-it-all, what are you trying to prove here, huh!
Mike Seaver: I'm not trying; I just proved it.
Nick Simpson: You whitebread suburban punks really get to me! Someday, you'll figure out with the score is!
Mike Seaver: Yeah, well, I just did!
Nick Simpson: You know, you've got a lot to learn about the real world!
Mike Seaver: Yeah, well, I won't be learning it from you! I quit!
[takes off his work jacket]
Nick Simpson: [yells in anger] You know something, you are one confused little kid!
Mike Seaver: [leaves] Not anymore.
Ben Seaver: [comes home wearing glasses for the first time] One crack and I'm gone.
Dr. Jason Seaver: [Mike laughs in convulsions] Mike, cut that out.
Mike Seaver: [as if in pain] Oh, you don't know what you're askin', Dad.
Carol Seaver: Well, I'll say something. I think you look brainy.
Ben Seaver: AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH.
[he tries to run back outside, restrained by Jason]
Mike Seaver: Oh, don't stop him, Dad, my pancreas is about to blow.
Ben Seaver: Dad, brainy is just another word for geek.
Dr. Jason Seaver: Hey, I wear glasses, I'm not a geek.
Ben Seaver: Sure, you've got a woman.
Mike Seaver: [playing it for all it's worth] Oh, man, I gotta go lay down. I think I just hurt myself.
Mike Seaver: Hey, guys.
Dr. Jason Seaver: Don't you go far, Mike. I may wanna talk to you.
Mike Seaver: What did I do?
Dr. Jason Seaver: [Angrily] I haven't found it yet.
Mike Seaver: What's going on?
Ben Seaver: [Whispering] It's bill paying day.
Dr. Jason Seaver: Oh, I don't believe this one.
[as the kids run away]
Dr. Jason Seaver: Halt! Two hundred and sixteen dollars for a one-month phone bill?
Mike Seaver: [Shocked at the amount] Is that high?
Mike Seaver: Okay, look one, I was actually on time. And two, I admitted openly and honestly that I lied. And three...
Maggie Malone Seaver: [Interrupting Mike] And three you are grounded in this house. For the remainder of the weekend, in bed by eight, and no TV.
Dr. Jason Seaver: [after Maggie walks away] Well, let's put it this way, Mike. At least you got two of the three points.
Julie Costello: [letter, in tears] 'Dear Mike, by the time you read this, I'll be on a plane. And I've never written a letter like this before, so I don't know how to start. I've been thinking about you and me and marriage, and—well, I know you think that all the time I've been the mature and sure one, but I have to say when it comes to us, you've been the mature one.'
Mike Seaver: [curiously, to himself] I've been the mature one?
Julie Costello: [letter continues] 'Don't deny it. I—I just want to know how you can know so much. Mike, I've got so many questions and I've got so many doubts, and maybe I'm crazy or just scared out of my mind, I don't know, maybe it's just cold feet. But all I know right now is I can't go through with this. And I wanted to tell you all this this morning when you came by, but how could I? I mean you looked so determined with all those invitations under your arm. Well, by the time I got up my courage, I ran out to the hallway and you were already gone. And look, I—I know my confusion must be hard for you to understand.'
Mike Seaver: [solemnly] It's not that hard.
Julie Costello: [letter continues] 'Mike, I'm sorry. I wished I could be more like you and—but I'm not. So take care of yourself. Love, Julie.'