The Goodies Quotes
25094
Bill:
(Bill walks in and see Tim unconscious on the floor)
What's a matter with him than?
Grame:
I killed him!
Bill:
You are careless, you really are! Honestly!
25093
Tim:
Remember? The three seater bike? The good old days?
Bill:
The giant kitten.
Tim:
The giant beanstalk.
Graeme:
The Ministry of Silly Walks.
Tim:
I don't remember that.
25092
Beans Boy:
Last night I had some wonderful dreams
I dreamt I had a big plate of.... uh
Last night I had some wonderful dreams
I ....
("Get it right!" - Gets hit with mallet)
25091
Beans Boy:
When I grow up, I want to be
A spaceman or a sailor on the sea
And mummy says that all my dreams
Will come true if I eat lots of.... cornflakes?
("Get it right!" - Gets slapped on face)

-Beans Boy
25090
Beans Boy:
The vicar's daughter, she was there
She had us all in fits
By jumping off the mantlepiece
And landing on.... a plate of baked beans
Actually it wasn't baked beans, it was on her....
("Do it properly!" - Gets blown up by a small tank)

-Beans Boy
25089
Beans Boy:
What I like best to eat
Not meat, not fish, not spuds nor greens
What I like best is
Heenz Baked Beans
("He's got it right! The lad's done it! He got it right!" - Then the backdrop falls on him)

-Beans Boy
25088
Beans boy:
My mum bought me some string today
Cos string is better than beans
She always gives me.....
(Gets a plate of beans in the face)


-Beans boy
25087
The Genie (John Cleese) and Tim:
John Cleese: And Now for something complety different
(Audience cheers)
Tim:Push off
John: Kid's Programme!
-The Genie (John Cleese) and Tim
25086
Bill:
(seeing two gumbies)
Hello John, Eric.

-Bill
25085
Beans Boy:
When I've had a hard day at school
My mummy always makes it a rule
To give me what I like best
Which means a plate of lovely hot baked.... um, potatoes....
("Get it right!" - Gets plate of beans in face)

-Beans Boy
25084
Reverand Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn:
"Fun? There's no fun at the eisteddfod
'Eisteddfod' is an old Welsh word from the Old Welsh.
It comes from two words
'Eistedd' meaning 'bored' — and 'fod' meaning 'stiff'".

-Reverand Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn Llewellyn
25083
Bill:
"I'm wearing my tails, my top hat, my cane and my taps"
(referring to his 'tap shoes' — with real water taps on the toes of his shoes)

-Bill
25082
Tim and Graeme:
Tim: "Graeme, why are you dressed as a woman?"
Graeme: "What! Three chaps going to a dance. People would stare!"

-Tim and Graeme
25081
Greame and Tim:
Graeme: "You've seen Saturday Night Fever, haven't you?"
Tim: "It's X-rated. I'd be too scared."

-Greame and Tim
25080
The Giant:
There is more to being a giant than size, you know
-The Giant
25079
Greame:
(singing): "Roll up, roll up to Camelot in 1973
And tour the Middle Ages for only 50p"
-Greame
25078
Tim:
(as the jester): "Once a Knight, always a knight,
Twice a night and you're doing all right!"
-Tim
25077
Greame:
Your private life is no concern of ours.
-Greame
25076
Greame:
Bloody Band of the Coldstream Guards
-Greame
25075
Tim:
When these three were born, we did not know who the father was, so we each took one.
Sometimes I think we might have made a mistake

-Tim