I love that one! I actually use it sometimes ;D I'm not sure if he says it in the pilot but I'm pretty sure he says it at the end of Witness when they're about to discuss the duo-directional lipus lockus in the garage
Maddie:David,I don't know what you will "gonna" do,if you die 1ST. David:Me?Don't worry,I will keep your little cloud warm. Maddie:No you don't,you will be chasing some little angel dressed as a French maid. David:Well,mabye...be we had a contact. That will never been Heaven without you. Maddie:Oh David......
:PThis was only my favourite part from a boring episode.
I love the dialogue in "my fair david" about the bet. She asks him: What do I get when you loose? D: Moi M: The whole thing or your head on a plate??
And I could melt when I see this scene in the pilot, when David is hiding Maddie in the office and he is searching for some blankets. She is watching him and he asks: Why are you looking at me like that??? His face is gold worth at this moment. So cute. I love it. That`s the beginning of all (in my opinion)!!!!!!
I remembered one more but I just lost it. Maybe later!
From 'The Man Who Cried Wife', after Maddie slaps him:
“But I know you, Madolyn Hayes. You don’t believe in spontaneity. And you damn sure don’t believe in passion.”
--Watch it, lad. She could teach you a thing or two! Don't be so sure you 'know her' after all...
Notice how Dave is also forced into the angle of being somewhat of a hypocrite, although I don't think he quite sees it in the shock at that instant. Right before the fight, he had just got through telling her it was regrettable but at least in a vague sense understandable that a man struck his wife in the heat of the moment, because people can lose their temper and do crazy things. Yet when someone hauls off and gives David the what-for, even though he does nothing in return but get angry, he doesn't look so sure it's just a passing matter to deal with, does he!
From 'The Son Also Rises':
"You don't have to wash your hands!"
--as he throws a little kid out of the bathroom.
Later, same episode, during the conversation in the garage (here slightly abridged):
D: "I am telling you that I know more about my future stepmother than name, rank and favorite recipe."
M: "But David, that was four years ago."
D: "It might as well have been four nights ago. We went there on a Tuesday and came back on a Thursday! We are not talking about a peck on the cheek!"
M (very flustered, angry): "All right, David!"
D: "I know every-- (pause) pore on that woman's body."
A scene that turns very sad and bitter as well as bizarrely comic. One of the funniest things to watch is the way Maddie gets all worked up and blushes at David's choice of words. Then she drives off, telling him he's "selfish and childish" for not wanting to go to the wedding--but I have to say, I'm with Dave on this one. If what happened to him, happened to me, I'd run screaming into the nearest psychiatric ward, thank you very much!
I don't know if this one has been mentioned already. I was watching The Next Murder You Hear again last night. David in the bar scene, maybe be slightly paraphrased: "I'm an old fashioned guy. Let me give you an example, the other night I was in this bar and 3 women came up to me. I told them, ladies I'm an old fashioned guy, one of you has to leave." ;D
And I think this one has been mentioned but I love the scarlett pimpernel line!
From Atlas Belched, when Maddie goes into David's office after Agnes has told her he's quitting. Maddie: "Ms. Dipesto was serious." David: "The drugs must be working."
All Creatures(I think) after Maddie has caught David ogling the woman out the window Maddie: If you don't care about her feelings, just think about how I feel" (maybe slightly paraphrased) David: "I think about it all the time"
From The Murder's in the Mail, trying to collect money from the poet: David: "You're a poet, and you sure show it, cause your kinda long fellow."
Last Edit: Jan 4, 2006 10:58:10 GMT -5 by ryangie97