JULIE PATTERSON & CHARLIE MCCARTHY, Look Who's Laughing (1941)
Your marriage is like a broken toaster. Bread keeps popping up, and you keep calling it toast. Which is weird, because you put your bread in a lot of toasters, and apparently you don't see any difference. It's kinda fascinating.
DR. GREGORY HOUSE, House M.D., "Adverse Events" (2008)
It's the perfect marriage. There's nothing to fight about if you never talk about anything.
DR. ERIC FOREMAN, House M.D., "Need to Know" (2006)
To some, marriage is like a morning sunrise which reflects the dawning of a brand new day. To others, it is like a red-hot poker shoved, without remorse, up the wazoo.
GOVERNOR CROQUE, Jack of All Trades, "One Wedding and an Execution" (2000)
If my marriage was so shattered, why am I still wearing my wedding ring...and hers?
DENNIS FINCH, Just Shoot Me, "An Axe to Grind" (1999)
Very often the married man has to forgo the pleasures of the domestic hearth; in fact, marriage can be one of the fastest ways of forgoing them that there is!
CLEGG, Last of the Summer Wine, "Ferret Come Home" (1977)
Love...a dangerous disease instantly cured by marriage.
DETECTIVE LENNIE BRISCOE, Law & Order (1990)
As my old pappy always said, marriage is the only game of chance he knows of where both sides can lose.
BRET MAVERICK, Maverick, "The Seventh Hand" (1958)
When you hitch love up to marriage, it loses something.
LYDIA DARROW, All of Me (1934)
No one should ever expect happiness from marriage. A few quiet moments, perhaps, if one is lucky...and an occasional day that doesn't incite you to murder.
LILI, Clothes in the Wardrobe (1993)
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