GEORGE: Let me ask you something. When you go into a store, does it bother you that they make the security guard just stand there all day?
GEORGE: See, didn’t bother Susan either. That’s why I’m different. I can sense the slightest human suffering.
JERRY: Are you sensing anything right now?
GEORGE: Let me just say this. It is inhumane to make a man stand on his feet, in one spot for eight hours a day. Why shouldn’t he have a chair?
JERRY: Well, what about criminal activity? He’s got to be alert.
GEORGE: What, he can’t jump out of the chair? How long does that take?
Here look at this. (he moves to the end of the booth) Here, watch. (stands up)
Criminals. Boom. I’m up. (pretends he’s shooting) Stop It! Stop It! Stop It!
JERRY: Maybe they offered him a chair and he turned it down.
GEORGE: Would you get out of here. Who’s gonna turn down a chair? I would be very interested to know how he felt about all of this. Maybe I’ll have a talk
JERRY: I know you will.
(via The Maestro)
It was SO hard to get up this morning!!
(Fonte: hannahorvath, via scarjoing)
Non credo ci sia mai stato così tanto potere attoriale in solo film dai tempi di Lawrence D’Arabia