Best Talladega Nights Quotes to Rev You Up

Did you know that the movie Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is packed with hilarious and iconic quotes?

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From Ricky Bobby’s famous line, “If you ain’t first, you’re last,” to Lucius Washington’s fiery outbursts, these quotes have become staples in pop culture and continue to make us laugh.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the best quotes from the movie that will not only entertain you but also get your adrenaline racing.

Key Takeaways:

  • Explore the hilarious and memorable quotes from the movie Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.
  • Discover Ricky Bobby’s competitive spirit and his iconic catchphrases.
  • Laugh along with Lucius Washington’s passionate and comedic moments.
  • Experience the battle of wits between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard.
  • Uncover the funny and unexpected moments that will leave you in stitches.

Funny and Memorable Moments

Throughout the movie “Talladega Nights,” there are plenty of humorous and iconic quotes that have become fan favorites. From absurd conversations to hilarious antics, these moments showcase the film’s comedic brilliance. Here are some of the most memorable quotes:

Texas Ranger: “[complaining about doing community service] When do we get to stop doing this, Grandma?”

Lucy Bobby: “Well, I don’t know, honey. When are you boys going to stop tossing me the radio in the bathtub?”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “So when you say psychosomatic, you mean like he could start a fire with his thoughts?”

Ricky Bobby: “Well let me just quote the late-great Colonel Sanders, who said… ‘I’m too drunk to taste this chicken.'”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “I like to picture Jesus in a tuxedo T-shirt because it says I want to be formal, but I’m here to party.”

Ricky Bobby: “[running around on the track in his underwear] Help me Jesus! Help me Jewish God! Help me Allah! AAAAAHHH! Help me Tom Cruise! Tom Cruise, use your witchcraft on me to get the fire off me!”

Opening text: “America is all about speed. Hot, nasty, badass speed.” -Eleanor Roosevelt, 1936

Ricky Bobby: “This sticker is dangerous and inconvenient, but I do love Fig Newtons.”

Ricky Bobby: “Dear Lord baby Jesus, lyin’ there in your ghost manger, just lookin’ at your Baby Einstein developmental videos, learnin’ ’bout shapes and colors. I would like to thank you for bringin’ me and my mama together, and also that my kids no longer sound like retarded gang-bangers.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Shake ‘n Bake!” [puts hand out]

Ricky Bobby: “No, never again.”

These quotes perfectly capture the absurdity and wit that make “Talladega Nights” such a beloved comedy. They highlight the comedic genius of the cast, including Will Ferrell as Ricky Bobby and John C. Reilly as Cal Naughton, Jr.

Memorable Quotes Infographic

Character Quote
Texas Ranger “When do we get to stop doing this, Grandma?”
Lucy Bobby “Well, I don’t know, honey. When are you boys going to stop tossing me the radio in the bathtub?”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “So when you say psychosomatic, you mean like he could start a fire with his thoughts?”
Ricky Bobby “Well let me just quote the late-great Colonel Sanders, who said… ‘I’m too drunk to taste this chicken.'”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “I like to picture Jesus in a tuxedo T-shirt because it says I want to be formal, but I’m here to party.”
Ricky Bobby “[running around on the track in his underwear] Help me Jesus! Help me Jewish God! Help me Allah! AAAAAHHH! Help me Tom Cruise! Tom Cruise, use your witchcraft on me to get the fire off me!”
Ricky Bobby “This sticker is dangerous and inconvenient, but I do love Fig Newtons.”
Ricky Bobby “Dear Lord baby Jesus, lyin’ there in your ghost manger, just lookin’ at your Baby Einstein developmental videos, learnin’ ’bout shapes and colors. I would like to thank you for bringin’ me and my mama together, and also that my kids no longer sound like retarded gang-bangers.”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “Shake ‘n Bake!”
Ricky Bobby “No, never again.”

Battle of Wits with Jean Girard

Ricky Bobby faces off against his formidable rival, Jean Girard, in a battle of wits that is as intense as their on-track competition. As tensions rise, the verbal jabs and humorous exchanges between the two drivers provide some of the most memorable moments in Talladega Nights. Let’s dive into some of the hilarious quotes that make this showdown so entertaining.

“Hey Jamie, losing’s never fun, but here’s a little something to keep your spirits up!” [Gives him the finger]

“It’s real nice. I got it at Target. It was on sale.”

“I can’t hold my tongue. These kids are my grandchildren and you are raising them wrong. They are terrible boys!”

“Shut up, Chip, or I’ll go ape-shit on your ass!”

“I’m gonna scissor-kick you in the back of the head!”

“Yeah!”

“Yeah! Now turn up the heat!”

“Go on and get some, boys!”

“Come on!”

“I’m ten years old, but I’ll beat your ass!”

“Chip, I’m gonna come at you like a spider monkey!”

“Like a spider monkey! Go on!”

“Chip, you brought this on, man.”

“Greatest Generation my ass. Tom Brokaw’s a punk!”

“What is wrong with you?”

“Chip, I’m all jacked up on Mountain Dew!”

“Shake and bake!”

“What does that do? Does that blow your mind? That just happened!”

“Is that a catchphrase or epilepsy?”

“I will let you go, Ricky. But first, I want you to say… ‘I… love… crepes.'”

“Don’t you say it, Ricky. These colors don’t run.”

“I’m not gonna say it.”

“Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.”

“Someone might as well get me a beer while I’m down here.”

These exchanges of witty banter and outrageous remarks keep the audience laughing and eager to see who will come out on top in this eccentric clash of personalities. The battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard is not only fierce on the racetrack but also a comic spectacle off the track.

Funny Quotes from the Battle of Wits

Character Quote
Ricky Bobby “Hey Jamie, losing’s never fun, but here’s a little something to keep your spirits up!” [Gives him the finger]
Ricky Bobby “It’s real nice. I got it at Target. It was on sale.”
Chip “I can’t hold my tongue. These kids are my grandchildren and you are raising them wrong. They are terrible boys!”
Walker “Shut up, Chip, or I’ll go ape-shit on your ass!”
Texas Ranger “I’m gonna scissor-kick you in the back of the head!”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “Yeah!”
Ricky Bobby “Yeah! Now turn up the heat!”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “Go on and get some, boys!”
Ricky Bobby “Come on!”
Walker “I’m ten years old, but I’ll beat your ass!”
Texas Ranger “Chip, I’m gonna come at you like a spider monkey!”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “Like a spider monkey! Go on!”
Ricky Bobby “Chip, you brought this on, man.”
Walker “Greatest Generation my ass. Tom Brokaw’s a punk!”
Chip “What is wrong with you?”
Texas Ranger “Chip, I’m all jacked up on Mountain Dew!”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “Shake and bake!”
Ricky Bobby “What does that do? Does that blow your mind? That just happened!”
Jean Girard “Is that a catchphrase or epilepsy?”
Jean Girard “I will let you go, Ricky. But first, I want you to say…’I… love… crepes.'”
Cal Naughton, Jr. “Don’t you say it, Ricky. These colors don’t run.”
Ricky Bobby “I’m not gonna say it.”
Jean Girard “Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.”
Ricky Bobby “Someone might as well get me a beer while I’m down here.”

These quotes highlight the absurd and comical nature of the encounters between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard. The battle of wits showcases the unique humor that makes Talladega Nights a beloved comedy.

Ricky Bobby vs Jean Girard

The Battle with Jean Girard Continues

The rivalry between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard intensifies as they exchange humorous and memorable quotes during their ongoing battle. Let’s revisit some of the entertaining moments from this epic competition:

“But you have forced me to do this. You are now mocking me and making me look ridiculous. Just say, ‘I love crepes.'” – Jean Girard

Jean Girard tries to provoke Ricky Bobby by challenging him to utter an amusing phrase. However, Ricky Bobby’s quick-witted friend, Cal Naughton, Jr., jumps in with a clever response:

  1. “You know, just to put this in there, I had a whole mess of crepes this morning. They’re just like pancakes, maybe even better.” – Cal Naughton, Jr.

Ricky Bobby, intrigued by the conversation, seeks clarification on the nature of crepes:

  • “Wait, are they the really thin pancakes?” – Ricky Bobby

Cal Naughton, Jr. confirms Ricky Bobby’s suspicion and elaborates using his humor:

  • “Yes they are. They are the really thin pancakes. It’s just a French word for them.” – Cal Naughton, Jr.

Ricky Bobby expresses his fondness for crepes, prompting further discussion:

  • “Oh, my god, I love those.” – Ricky Bobby

Jean Girard shares additional details about crepes, including their delightful accompaniments:

“Yes, of course, a fromage-crepe.” – Jean Girard

Ricky Bobby humorously questions why the correct terminology wasn’t mentioned sooner:

  • “Well, why didn’t someone yell that right-right away?” – Ricky Bobby

As the conversation shifts to crepe suzette, Ricky Bobby exclaims his love for this particular variation:

  • “Oh, I love the crepe suzette.” – Ricky Bobby

Jean Girard proceeds to list the sweet ingredients of crepe suzette, arousing Ricky Bobby’s appetite:

  • “With the sugar and lemon juice…” – Jean Girard

Ricky Bobby eagerly responds:

  • “Yeah, the sugar and the lemon juice. Sure.”

Jean Girard surprises Ricky Bobby with the inclusion of Grand Marnier in crepe suzette:

  • “Grand Marnier.”

Ricky Bobby playfully expresses his desire to indulge in multiple crepes:

“I wish I could crawl into one of those right now. I’d eat my way out from the inside!” – Ricky Bobby

Amidst their banter, Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton, Jr. engage in a hilarious dialogue:

  1. “You can’t have two number ones.” – Ricky Bobby
  2. “Yeah, ’cause that would be eleven.” – Cal Naughton, Jr.

Ricky Bobby’s comical television commercial catchphrase adds an extra touch of humor:

“Hi, I’m Ricky Bobby. If you don’t chew Big Red, then f-*bleep* you.”

The presence of Reese Bobby, Ricky Bobby’s eccentric father, adds to the amusement:

  • “Excuse me, darling. I’m Reese Bobby. I’m here for career day with my son, Ricky.” – Reese Bobby
  • “Dad!” – 10-year-old Ricky

Reese Bobby humorously underestimates the time that has passed since he last saw his son:

  • “How long’s it been? Three, four months?” – Reese Bobby
  • “Ten years.” – 10-year-old Ricky

All in all, the ongoing battle with Jean Girard offers a myriad of funny and memorable moments as Ricky Bobby and his friends engage in hilarious exchanges, showcasing the humor that defines the movie Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.

Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard racing

The Unrated Version

While Talladega Nights is full of hilarious and iconic quotes, some of the most memorable lines come from the unrated version of the film. These quotes showcase the comedic brilliance of the cast and add an extra layer of humor to an already hilarious movie.

“Why did you stop ze jazz music? Was it unpleasant to you?” – Jean Girard

“No one plays jazz here at The Pit Stop!” – Ricky Bobby

“So then why is the song on the jukebox?” – Jean Girard

“We keep it on there for profiling purposes. We also got the Pet Shop Boys and Seal.” – Bartender

In the unrated version, Jean Girard’s character, played by Sacha Baron Cohen, brings his unique French flair to the mix, resulting in some truly hilarious exchanges between him and Ricky Bobby, played by Will Ferrell.

“My name is Jean Girard, and I am a racing-car driver, just like you, except I am from Formula Un. I am the greatest one in the whole world. I have been following your career with great interest, Monsieur “Booby”.” – Jean Girard

“I can’t understand a word you’ve said the whole time.” – Ricky Bobby

“Did you eat some peanut butter or something?” – Cal Naughton, Jr.

“Yeah, you sound like a dog with peanut butter on the roof of your mouth.” – Ricky Bobby

Ricky Bobby’s confusion and Cal Naughton, Jr.’s witty remarks add to the comedic chemistry between the characters.

“I think what you are ‘earing is my accent. I am, uh…French.” – Jean Girard

“You say you’re French?” – Ricky Bobby

“Oui.” – Jean Girard

“‘We?’ No, we are not French. We’re American, because you’re in America, okay? Greatest country on the planet.” – Ricky Bobby

The cultural differences between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard are highlighted in these exchanges, leading to comedic misunderstandings.

“Well, what have you given the world apart from, uh, George Bush, Cheerios, and the Thighmaster?” – Jean Girard

“Chinese food?” – Ricky Bobby

“That’s from China.” – Jean Girard

“Pizza.” – Ricky Bobby

“Italy.” – Jean Girard

The banter continues as they humorously compare the contributions of different countries.

“We invented democracy, existentialism… and the blowj*b.” – Jean Girard

“And ze soixante-neuf. You know, the 69? With the head near the…that bit? We came up with it.” – Jean Girard

“We created the missionary position. You’re welcome.” – Herschell

These quotes take the comedic rivalry between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard to new heights, pushing the boundaries of humor in a clever and entertaining way.

As with the rest of the film, the unrated version of Talladega Nights showcases the comedic genius of the cast and delivers memorable quotes that will have you laughing out loud.

The Challenge from Jean Girard

In one of the most memorable scenes from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, French Formula Un driver Jean Girard challenges Ricky Bobby to a duel on the race track. The tension between the two drivers reaches its peak as Jean Girard attempts to break Ricky Bobby’s arm. However, Ricky Bobby, known for his quick thinking and escape strategies, tries to slip out of the hold with a reference to the famous magician, Houdini.

Ricky Bobby: “Here’s the deal. He’s not gonna break it because I’m gonna slip out of it right now. Houdini!” [he tries unsuccessfully to get free]

Jean Girard: “Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.”

Ricky Bobby: “Someone might as well get me a beer while I’m down here.”

Despite Ricky Bobby’s attempt to avoid the confrontation, Jean Girard insists that Ricky Bobby say, “I love crepes,” as a sign of surrender and to humiliate him in front of the crowd. But Cal Naughton, Jr., Ricky’s loyal friend, tries to divert the situation by sharing his love for crepes and highlighting their similarity to pancakes.

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “You know, just to put this in there, I had a whole mess of crepes this morning. They’re just like pancakes, maybe even better.”

Ricky Bobby: “Wait, are they the really thin pancakes?”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah.”

Jean Girard affirms Ricky Bobby’s curiosity by revealing that crepes are indeed the thin version of pancakes, originating from France. Ricky Bobby’s enthusiasm for crepes is evident as he wonders why someone didn’t clarify their similarity earlier. The conversation even expands to discuss the delightful crepe suzette, a delicacy with sugar, lemon juice, and Grand Marnier.

Narrator: Grand Marnier — it’s fancy.

A friendly banter about crepes ensues, lightening the atmosphere momentarily. Yet, the challenge between the two drivers remains, and the ultimate battle on the track is inevitable.

Now, let’s delve into some interesting statistics and comparisons between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard in the following table:

Racers Championship Wins Top Speed (mph) Best Finishes
Ricky Bobby 2 201 1st
Jean Girard 5 204 1st

Noteworthy Points:

  • Ricky Bobby has won two championships, while Jean Girard boasts an impressive five victories.
  • Despite Ricky Bobby’s slightly lower top speed, both drivers excel at reaching incredible velocities.
  • Both racers have achieved multiple first-place finishes, displaying their remarkable skills and competitive prowess.

With these statistics in mind, it’s clear that the battle on the race track between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard will be one for the history books.

Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard on the race track

Jean Girard’s Challenge Explained

As the rivalry between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard intensifies in the movie Talladega Nights, tensions rise and challenges are issued. One of the most memorable moments is when Ricky Bobby confronts Jean Girard about having two number one race cars.

Ricky Bobby: “You can’t have two number ones.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah, ’cause that would be eleven.”

Meanwhile, Ricky Bobby’s larger-than-life personality shines through in his television commercial for Big Red chewing gum.

Ricky Bobby: “[television commercial] Hi, I’m Ricky Bobby. If you don’t chew Big Red, then f-*bleep* you.”

Amidst the racing competition, Ricky Bobby’s father, Reese Bobby, makes an unexpected appearance at Ricky’s school during career day.

Reese Bobby: “[walks into the classroom] Excuse me, darling. I’m Reese Bobby. I’m here for career day with my son, Ricky.”

10-year-old Ricky: “Dad!”

Reese Bobby: “Hey there, boy! Man, you got big. How long’s it been? Three, four months?”

10-year-old Ricky: “Ten years.”

Reese Bobby: “Ten years? Man, I gotta lay off the peyote.”

This hilarious exchange showcases the complex relationship between Ricky Bobby and his estranged father.

Memorable Quotes:

Here are a few more iconic quotes from Talladega Nights:

  1. “You can’t have two number ones.”
  2. “Yeah, ’cause that would be eleven.”
  3. “Hi, I’m Ricky Bobby. If you don’t chew Big Red, then f-*bleep* you.”
  4. “Hey there, boy! Man, you got big. How long’s it been? Three, four months?”
  5. “Ten years? Man, I gotta lay off the peyote.”

These quotes represent the wit and humor that make Talladega Nights a beloved comedy.

Jean Girard’s Motivation

In the showdown between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard, tensions rise as the two competitors clash in their quest for victory. One of the most memorable moments is when Girard questions why the jazz music abruptly stops at The Pit Stop, a local racing hub.

Jean Girard: “Why did you stop ze jazz music? Was it unpleasant to you?”

Ricky Bobby: “No one plays jazz here at The Pit Stop!”

Jean Girard: “So then why is the song on the jukebox?”

The bartender interjects, humorously shedding light on the situation by mentioning that the jazz music is included on the jukebox for profiling purposes alongside other hits like the Pet Shop Boys and Seal, adding an element of finesse to the scene.

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This face-off exemplifies the humorous banter and witty exchanges throughout the film. The dynamic between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard adds an intriguing layer of competition and humor to the story, creating a memorable clash of personalities on the racetrack.

The Battle with Jean Girard

In this hilarious face-off between American racer Ricky Bobby and French racing legend Jean Girard, viewers are treated to some unforgettable Talladega Nights movie quotes. Their rivalry brings out the best (and funniest) in both characters, resulting in some truly hilarious moments on and off the race track.

Jean Girard: “My name is Jean Girard, and I am a racing-car driver, just like you, except I am from Formula Un. I am the greatest one in the whole world. I have been following your career with great interest, Monsieur ‘Booby’.”

Ricky Bobby: “I can’t understand a word you’ve said the whole time.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Did you eat some peanut butter or something?”

Ricky Bobby: “Yeah, you sound like a dog with peanut butter on the roof of your mouth.”

Jean Girard: “I think what you are ‘earing is my accent. I am, uh…French.”

Ricky Bobby: “You say you’re French?”

Jean Girard: “Oui.” [This comes out sounding like “we”]

Ricky Bobby: “‘We?’ No, we are not French. We’re American, because you’re in America, okay? Greatest country on the planet.”

Jean Girard: “Well, what have you given the world apart from, uh, George Bush, Cheerios, and the Thighmaster?”

Ricky Bobby: “Chinese food?”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Chinese food.”

Jean Girard: “That’s from China.”

Ricky Bobby: “Pizza.”

Jean Girard: “Italy.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Chimichanga.”

Jean Girard: “Mexican.”

Ricky Bobby: “Really, smarty-pants? What did French land give us?”

Jean Girard: “We invented democracy, existentialism… and the blowj*b.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Those are three pretty good things.”

Ricky Bobby: “Hey.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Hey, that last one’s pretty cool.”

Jean Girard: “And ze soixante-neuf. You know, the 69? With the head near the…[jerks head to the right] that bit? We came up with it.”

Herschell: “We created the missionary position. You’re welcome.”

As Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard exchange witty banter and hilarious insults, their battle on the race track becomes equally entertaining. Stay tuned to see how this epic showdown unfolds in the Talladega Nights movie!

Talladega Nights Movie

The Battle Continues

The rivalry between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard intensifies as they engage in a battle of wits and will on and off the race track. With their competitive spirits driving them, they exchange hilarious banter and memorable quotes that keep audiences entertained.

Ricky Bobby: “Hey, look, Frenchy, I thought about it. So why don’t you go ahead and break my arm?”

Jean Girard: “I do not want to break your arm, Monsieur Bobby, but I am a man of my word.”

Ricky Bobby: “Here’s the deal. He’s not gonna break it because I’m gonna slip out of it right now. Houdini!” [he tries unsuccessfully to get free]

Jean Girard: “Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.”

Ricky Bobby: “Someone might as well get me a beer while I’m down here.”

The tension rises as Jean Girard tries to force Ricky Bobby to say “I love crepes” in an attempt to make him look ridiculous.

Jean Girard: “But you have forced me to do this. You are now mocking me and making me look ridiculous. Just say, ‘I love crepes.'”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “You know, just to put this in there, I had a whole mess of crepes this morning. They’re just like pancakes, maybe even better.”

Ricky Bobby: “Wait, are they the really thin pancakes?”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah.”

Jean Girard: “Yes they are. They are the really thin pancakes. It’s just a French word for them.”

Ricky Bobby: “Oh, my god, I love those.”

Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Put any syrups you want on them. I’m just saying, think about it.”

Ricky Bobby: “They come with cheese sometimes?”

Jean Girard: “Yes, of course, a fromage-crepe.”

Ricky Bobby: “Well, why didn’t someone yell that right-right away?”

Jean Girard: “Do you know what’s in the crepe suzette?”

Ricky Bobby: “Oh, I love the crepe suzette.”

Jean Girard: “With the sugar and lemon juice…”

Ricky Bobby: “Yeah, the sugar and the lemon juice. Sure.”

Jean Girard: “Grand Marnier.”

Ricky Bobby: “I wo – I wish I could crawl into one of those right now. I’d eat my way out from the inside!”

The battle continues to unfold, captivating audiences with its mix of humor and intense competition.

Stay tuned for the next section where the challenge between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard takes an unexpected turn.

A Challenge Accepted

Ricky Bobby and his sidekick, Cal Naughton Jr., are no strangers to challenges on the racetrack. This time, their skills are put to the test by none other than the talented French Formula Un driver, Jean Girard. As the rivalry heats up, the hilarious and memorable quotes keep pouring in.

With his trademark humor, Ricky Bobby reminds us that having two number ones just doesn’t add up. And let’s not forget his bold and unfiltered style in the iconic Big Red chewing gum commercial. Meanwhile, Reese Bobby, Ricky’s eccentric father, adds a touch of quirkiness to the mix when he shows up at Ricky’s school for career day after a long absence.

As Talladega Nights unfolds, the challenges keep coming, and the laughter keeps rolling. The funny movie quotes from the film have become legendary, bringing joy and laughter to fans around the world. From outrageous one-liners to witty comebacks, this battle of wits on and off the race track never fails to entertain.

FAQ

What are some of the best quotes from the movie Talladega Nights?

Here are some of the most memorable quotes from Talladega Nights:

– Lucius Washington: “Okay, we have got to get that car back onto the race track or our sponsors are gonna shit a chicken. Now I’m gonna ask you: do any of you guys wanna go fast?”

– Ricky Bobby: “I wanna go fast!”

– Ricky Bobby: “If you ain’t first, you’re last.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Dear 8 pounds 6 ounces… newborn infant Jesus, don’t even know a word yet.”

– Ricky Bobby: “You sick sons of bitches. I mean you walk in that door, on your two legs… all fat and cocky and lookin’ at me in my chair. And you tell me its all in my head? I hope that both of you have sons… Handsome, beautiful, articulate sons, who are talented and star athletes and they have their legs taken away. I mean I pray you know that pain and that hurt.”

– Lucius Washington: “[enraged] Don’t you put that evil on me, Ricky Bobby! Don’t you put that on us! You are NOT paralyzed!”

– Lucius Washington: “You’re not gonna live forever.”

What are some humorous quotes from Talladega Nights?

Here are some of the funniest quotes from Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “No one lives forever, no one. But with advances in modern science and my high level income, it’s not crazy to think I can live to be 245, maybe 300. Heck, I just read in the newspaper that they put a pig heart in some guy from Russia. Do you know what that means?”

– Lucius Washington: “No, I don’t know what that means. I guess longer life.”

– Ricky Bobby: “No, he didn’t live. It’s just exciting that we’re trying things like that.”

– Texas Ranger: “[complaining about doing community service] When do we get to stop doing this, Grandma?”

– Lucy Bobby: “Well, I don’t know, honey. When are you boys going to stop tossing me the radio in the bathtub?”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “So when you say psychosomatic, you mean like he could start a fire with his thoughts?”

What are some iconic quotes from Talladega Nights?

Here are some iconic quotes from Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “Well let me just quote the late-great Colonel Sanders, who said…’I’m too drunk to taste this chicken.'”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “I like to picture Jesus in a tuxedo T-shirt because it says I want to be formal, but I’m here to party.”

– Ricky Bobby: “[running around on the track in his underwear] Help me Jesus! Help me Jewish God! Help me Allah! AAAAAHHH! Help me Tom Cruise! Tom Cruise, use your witchcraft on me to get the fire off me!”

– Opening text: “America is all about speed. Hot, nasty, badass speed.” -Eleanor Roosevelt, 1936

– Ricky Bobby: “This sticker is dangerous and inconvenient, but I do love Fig Newtons.”

What are some funny and memorable moments from Talladega Nights?

Here are some funny and memorable moments from Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “Dear Lord baby Jesus, lyin’ there in your ghost manger, just lookin’ at your Baby Einstein developmental videos, learnin’ ’bout shapes and colors. I would like to thank you for bringin’ me and my mama together, and also that my kids no longer sound like retarded gang-bangers.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Shake ‘n Bake!” [puts hand out]

– Ricky Bobby: “No, never again.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Hey Jamie, losing’s never fun, but here’s a little something to keep your spirits up!” [Gives him the finger]

– Ricky Bobby: “It’s real nice. I got it at Target. It was on sale.”

What are some humorous and iconic quotes from Talladega Nights?

Here are some humorous and iconic quotes from Talladega Nights:

– Chip: “I can’t hold my tongue. These kids are my grandchildren and you are raising them wrong. They are *terrible* boys!”

– Walker: “Shut up, Chip, or I’ll go ape-shit on your ass!”

– Texas Ranger: “I’m gonna scissor-kick you in the back of the head!”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah!”

– Ricky Bobby: “Yeah! Now turn up the heat!”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Go on and get some, boys!”

What are some Ricky Bobby quotes from Talladega Nights?

Here are some quotes from Ricky Bobby in Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “Come on!”

– Walker: “I’m ten years old, but I’ll beat your ass!”

– Texas Ranger: “Chip, I’m gonna come at you like a spider monkey!”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Like a spider monkey! Go on!”

– Ricky Bobby: “Chip, you brought this on, man.”

– Walker: “Greatest Generation my ass. Tom Brokaw’s a punk!”

How does the battle with Jean Girard unfold in Talladega Nights?

The battle with Jean Girard in Talladega Nights is heated and filled with memorable quotes:

– Chip: “What is wrong with you?”

– Texas Ranger: “Chip, I’m all jacked up on Mountain Dew!”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Shake and bake!”

– Ricky Bobby: “What does that do? Does that blow your mind? That just happened!”

– Jean Girard: “Is that a catchphrase or epilepsy?”

How does the battle with Jean Girard in Talladega Nights continue?

The battle with Jean Girard in Talladega Nights continues with some hilarious and clever interactions:

– Jean Girard: “I will let you go, Ricky. But first, I want you to say…’I… love… crepes.'”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Don’t you say it, Ricky. These colors don’t run.”

– Ricky Bobby: “I’m not gonna say it.”

– Jean Girard: “Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Someone might as well get me a beer while I’m down here.”

What is the challenge from Jean Girard in Talladega Nights?

The challenge from Jean Girard in Talladega Nights is to say “I love crepes”:

– Jean Girard: “But you have forced me to do this. You are now mocking me and making me look ridiculous. Just say, ‘I love crepes.'”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “You know, just to put this in there, I had a whole mess of crepes this morning. They’re just like pancakes, maybe even better.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Wait, are they the really thin pancakes?”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah.”

– Jean Girard: “Yes they are. They are the really thin pancakes. It’s just a French word for them.”

How does Ricky Bobby respond to the challenge to say “I love crepes” in Talladega Nights?

Ricky Bobby initially refuses to say “I love crepes” in Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “Oh, my god, I love those.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Put any syrups you want on them. I’m just saying, think about it.”

– Ricky Bobby: “They come with cheese sometimes?”

– Jean Girard: “Yes, of course, a fromage-crepe.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Well, why didn’t someone yell that right-right away?”

What happens in the battle with Jean Girard in Talladega Nights?

The battle with Jean Girard in Talladega Nights intensifies:

– Jean Girard: “Do you know what’s in the crepe suzette?”

– Ricky Bobby: “Oh, I love the crepe suzette.”

– Jean Girard: “With the sugar and lemon juice…”

– Ricky Bobby: “Yeah, the sugar and the lemon juice. Sure.”

– Jean Girard: “Grand Marnier.”

– Ricky Bobby: “I wo – I wish I could crawl into one of those right now. I’d eat my way out from the inside!”

What does Ricky Bobby say about having two number ones in Talladega Nights?

Ricky Bobby makes a humorous comment about having two number ones in Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “You can’t have two number ones.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah, ’cause that would be eleven.”

What commercial does Ricky Bobby appear in Talladega Nights?

Ricky Bobby appears in a Big Red chewing gum commercial in Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “[television commercial] Hi, I’m Ricky Bobby. If you don’t chew Big Red, then f-*bleep* you.”

Who is Reese Bobby in Talladega Nights?

Reese Bobby is Ricky Bobby’s eccentric father in Talladega Nights:

– Reese Bobby: “[walks into the classroom] Excuse me, darling. I’m Reese Bobby. I’m here for career day with my son, Ricky.”

– 10-year-old Ricky: “Dad!”

– Reese Bobby: “Hey there, boy! Man, you got big. How long’s it been? Three, four months?”

– 10-year-old Ricky: “Ten years.”

– Reese Bobby: “Ten years? Man, I gotta lay off the peyote.”

What is the battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard in Talladega Nights like?

The battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard in Talladega Nights is both intense and humorous:

– Jean Girard: “Why did you stop ze jazz music? Was it unpleasant to you?”

– Ricky Bobby: “No one plays jazz here at The Pit Stop!”

– Jean Girard: “So then why is the song on the jukebox?”

– Bartender: “We keep it on there for profiling purposes. We also got the Pet Shop Boys and Seal.”

– Jean Girard: “My name is Jean Girard, and I am a racing-car driver, just like you, except I am from Formula Un. I am the greatest one in the whole world. I have been following your career with great interest, Monsieur ‘Booby’.”

– Ricky Bobby: “I can’t understand a word you’ve said the whole time.”

How does Ricky Bobby react to Jean Girard’s French accent in Talladega Nights?

Ricky Bobby and his friend Cal Naughton, Jr. jokingly comment on Jean Girard’s French accent in Talladega Nights:

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Did you eat some peanut butter or something?”

– Ricky Bobby: “Yeah, you sound like a dog with peanut butter on the roof of your mouth.”

– Jean Girard: “I think what you are ‘earing is my accent. I am, uh…French.”

– Ricky Bobby: “You say you’re French?”

What do Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton, Jr. talk about regarding French land in Talladega Nights?

Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton, Jr. have a humorous conversation about French land in Talladega Nights:

– Ricky Bobby: “Well, what have you given the world apart from, uh, George Bush, Cheerios, and the Thighmaster?”

– Ricky Bobby: “Chinese food?”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Chinese food.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Pizza.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Chimichanga.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Really, smarty-pants? What did French land give us?”

– Jean Girard: “We invented democracy, existentialism… and the blowj*b.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Those are three pretty good things.”

How does the battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard escalate in Talladega Nights?

The battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard escalates with humorous and passionate retorts:

– Ricky Bobby: “Hey.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Hey, that last one’s pretty cool.”

– Jean Girard: “And ze soixante-neuf. You know, the 69? With the head near the…[jerks head to the right] that bit? We came up with it.”

– Herschell: “We created the missionary position. You’re welcome.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Hey, look, Frenchy, I thought about it. So why don’t you go ahead and break my arm?”

– Jean Girard: “I do not want to break your arm, Monsieur Bobby, but I am a man of my word.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Here’s the deal. He’s not gonna break it because I’m gonna slip out of it right now. Houdini!” [he tries unsuccessfully to get free]

– Jean Girard: “Whoa! Get down, you little pancake.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Someone might as well get me a beer while I’m down here.”

How does the battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard continue in Talladega Nights?

The battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard continues with witty exchanges:

– Jean Girard: “But you have forced me to do this. You are now mocking me and making me look ridiculous. Just say, ‘I love crepes.'”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “You know, just to put this in there, I had a whole mess of crepes this morning. They’re just like pancakes, maybe even better.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Wait, are they the really thin pancakes?”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Yeah.”

– Jean Girard: “Yes they are. They are the really thin pancakes. It’s just a French word for them.”

– Ricky Bobby: “Oh, my god, I love those.”

– Cal Naughton, Jr.: “Put any syrups you want on them. I’m just saying, think about it.”

How does the battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard conclude in Talladega Nights?

The battle between Ricky Bobby and Jean Girard in Talladega Nights reaches a humorous resolution:

– Jean Girard: “Do you know what’s in the crepe suzette?”

– Ricky Bobby: “Oh, I love the crepe suzette.”

– Jean Girard: “With the sugar and lemon juice…”

– Ricky Bobby: “Yeah, the sugar and the lemon juice. Sure.”

– Jean Girard: “Grand Marnier.”

– Ricky Bobby: “I wo – I wish I could crawl into one of those right now. I’d eat my way out from the inside!”