Sunday, June 28, 2009

Sunday's With Sue



Caddyshack! Definitely a Wright family classic, although you wouldn't know that based on the amount of guesses I got! Sorry, I didn't do a Friday quote. I totally forgot, it's been a busy weekend for me. I will try to do better remembering the Friday quotes. I watched this movie recently and it brought back a lot of childhood memories. And Ted Knight is just the best. Watch it if you haven't seen it in a while.

Dan guessed first, then Jeanine, then Cat! That was it. Way to go Spoons! You totally kicked some Wright butt.

I'm changing it up this week and doing a quote from a TV show:

Person #1- Oh man, we're screwed.

Person #2- No, we are so far beyond screwed that the light from screwed will take one billion years to reach earth.

14 comments:

Neaners said...

Yes the Spoons rock. LOL. I love this movie and definitely Ted Knight and Bill Murray.His Gopher hunt is a classic and who can't forget the doodie in the pool turned out to be a Baby Ruth:)

Emily said...

I guessed! -It was totally wrong (I thought it was a Woody Allen line, but I did indeed try.

Cat said...

I can't believe I was the only Wright to get this one! This T.V. quote is so familiar. I know I know this one.

Pops said...

I protest mildly for using a TV show. I have not seen even one episode of any TV show for 15 years or more. Never, except for American Idol. I just watch movies, Fox News and sports and BYU channel sometimes. Funny quote, though!
W.V. is Torivite. Might work for a girls name, Ems. Huh!!!

Dan W said...

I had been channel surfing and caught parts of Caddyshack just a few days before this week's game, including the line about enlightenment. I may or may not have remembered that line otherwise, though I think I would have gotten it from the Wednesday clue. Love the preacher having the best round of golf of his life in the rain. Fun movie, for sure!

It will be fun having some more Dan music on the site this week (I know you're all thrilled)! Em, choose some different ones from the list I sent than what played last time, if you will. Thanks!

wv: nomecare (but I DO care!)

Matt said...

I really don't mind Iris... Mainly because it is associated with the Lens of a camera. I also like Zoom, Pan, Tilt, Dolly, Dutch, and Focus.

Dan W said...

I like Iris probably mostly from the Goo Goo Dolls song. I also would have thought it was related to Irene (which means peace) but looked it up just now and discovered it means rainbow and in Greek mythology has to do with a messenger between heaven and earth. Kind of cool, too.

B said...

DOLLY!!!!!

Cat said...

What's with no Wednesday hint?

Sue said...

Sorry! I'm all screwed up this week! I took Monday off and I kept thinking yesterday was Tuesday. Here is the Wednesday hint and I promise I will do a Friday one too.

Person #1: I'm very romantic.

Person #2: Your idea of romance is popping the can away from my face.

And I was reading through the comments just now. Emily did guess last week! The email got lost in my inbox. I have fixed that and I now have an email folder just for SWS guesses. She gave me 2 or 3 Woody Allen titles she thought it might come from. Annie Hall, Hannah and her Sisters and one other one. Was it Manhatten? Now I want to see all 3 of those movies right now. I love Woody Allen so much! That new one with Larry David will be great. Em did you hear the Chris and Jimmy review on that with Chris's parents? That was a great one.

Neaners said...

Hmmm. This TV show is more difficult. Hope you guys get it. I want movies back though.

Emily said...

I did hear that review, like a day after I made my guess, I found that to be a weird coincidence. It was funny and I love Woody Allen. I've seen all of those movies I guessed in the last year (we had a movie channel a while back that played a lot of Woody Allen movies and I would always record them to watch, actually, I think I rented Manhattan after watching the other two because I was in the mood for it). The movie I was aiming for and I still can't remember which one it is, was the one where he is a hypochondriac and loses his hearing in one ear slightly and actually turns out to have a brain tumor. Can you help me out with which movie that is? The first line you gave just smacked of his wit and cynicism, the Wed hint however made no sense in that regard, so I was not sure of my choice. But since I have been total SWS hudsauce the last month or two, I am scrambling for any guesses I can think of.
This is a long comment and probably very boring for non WA lovers, but Chris and Jimmy's year in review I think it was, they had a girl guest and she told a story of seeing Woody Allen on the street in NYC once and it was really funny. She and her friend saw him on the street and they were in their car and tried to suppress it, but ended up yelling that they love him and he was like crossing the street and acted like they were going to hit him or something (jokingly) and joked with them and it was a pretty funny story.

Sue said...

Here is the promised Friday quote:

I consider myself a pretty good judge of people and that's why I don't like none of 'em.

Emily said...

Wow, maybe I was right.