What About Bob
Release: May 17, 1991

Bob Wiley (Bill Murray) is a man who can hardly leave his house without his lips going numb from fear. Dr. Leo Marvin (Richard Dreyfuss) is the egotistical psychiatrist who has the misfortune of getting Bob pawned off on him by a fellow doctor. What Dr. Marvin thinks is just another aspect of his life that can be meticulously controlled turns out to be anything but.

Bus Driver (to Bob): "I have a baby schedule to keep."
Dr.Leo Marvin: "It doesn't work as quickly for everyone as it did for Boob here, I mean Bob."
Bob Wiley: "You can call Boob if you want, I don't mind"
Dr.Leo Marvin: "I don't wanna call you Boob!!!"
Leo, Bob, and Sigmund: "Leo: I just want some peace and quiet! Bob: Okay, I'll be quiet. Sigmund: I'll be peace! -Leo, Bob, and Sigmund"
Bob: "I'm a sailor!! I'm sailing!! I'm in a boat, and I'm sailing!! Ahoy! -Bob"
Bob: "Roses are red; violets are blue. I'm a schitzophrenic, and so am I. -Bob"
Bob: "Hello. My name's Bob. Would you knock me out, please? -Bob"
Bob: "DR....LEO...MARVIN!!!!!!! -Bob"
Bob: "Baby steps into the elevator...baby steps into the elevator...baby steps...AAAAAAAAAHH!!!! -Bob"
Dr. Leo Marvin and Bob Wiley: "Leo: Do you think he's gone? He's not gone! That's the whole point! He's NEVER gone!! Bob: Is this some radical new thearapy? Leo: You SEE?! -Dr. Leo Marvin and Bob Wiley"
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