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The Trip (2002 film) Quotes

The Trip (2002 film) is a television show that was first aired in 1970 . The Trip ended its run in 1970.

The Trip (2002 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of The Trip (2002 film) is 95 minutes long. The Trip (2002 film) is distributed by TLA Releasing.

The cast includes: Sirena Irwin as Beverly, Steve Braun as Tommy Ballenger, Ray Baker as Peter Baxter, Jill St. John as Mary Oakley, Larry Sullivan as Alan Oakley, and Alexis Arquette as Michael.

The Trip (2002 film) Quotes

Steve Braun as Tommy Ballenger

  • (Steve Braun) "So what made you want to become a writer?"
  • (Larry Sullivan) "It's always been my dream since a child. When did you first realize you were gay?"
  • (Steve Braun) "It's always been my dream since a child."
  • (Steve Braun) "What part of f*** off, drop dead, go to Hell, you're not getting a Christmas card did you not understand, hmm?"
  • (Steve Braun) "So what do you two have planned on the menu, a menage-a-trois?"
  • (Sirena Irwin) "Oh, no. Alan hates French food."
  • (Steve Braun) "What do you want?"
  • (Larry Sullivan) "I want to say I'm sorry."
  • (Steve Braun) "Absolution granted, go with God. We're done."
  • (Steve Braun) "I'd like to make a deal with the Anita Bryant people. You stop telling lies about us and we'll stop telling the truth about you."
  • (Steve Braun) "Did you take the little bus to school?"

Alexis Arquette as Michael

  • (Alexis Arquette) "He opened his mouth, and Judy Garland's purse fell out."

Sirena Irwin as Beverly

  • (Sirena Irwin) "So, Alan tells me you're a homosexual."
  • (Steve Braun) "Only because there was nothing good on television."
  • (Sirena Irwin) "Well, I just find it so intriguing."
  • (Steve Braun) "Not always, Liberace for example."
  • (Sirena Irwin) "Liberace is a homosexual?"
  • (Steve Braun) "Sadly, yes."

Jill St. John as Mary Oakley

  • (Jill St. John) "That's the first time I've heard you complain about my son shoving anything down your throat."
  • (Ray Baker) "I'm not quite sure how to take that."
  • (Jill St. John) "Said the altar boy to the bishop."

Ray Baker as Peter Baxter

  • (Ray Baker) "Could you be any more of an alcoholic?"
  • (Jill St. John) "Well I'll try, but no guarantees."
  • (Ray Baker) "I respect all of Alan's interests, I just don't like having them shoved down my throat."

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