Genre: Action, Comedy | Released: 1999-2001

Friends Tim and Daisy, 20-something North Londoners with uncertain futures, must pretend to be a couple to live in the only apartment they can afford.

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Spaced Quotes

  • [To his ex-girlfriend Sarah]
    Tim: You can't dangle the bogus carrot of possible reconciliation in front of me whilst riding some other donkey.
  • Daisy: Do you want another cup of tea?
    Tim: Ooh, no thanks, twelve's my limit.
  • Daisy: What do you do Brian?
    Brian: I'm an artist.
    Daisy: Oh, Tim's an artist. What kind of thing do you do?
    Brian: Anger.
    [Shot of Brian attacking the canvas furiously]
    Brian: Pain.
    [Shot of Brian pricking his finger with a needle and whimpering]
    Brian: Fear.
    [Shot of Brian cowering in the dark as creepy music plays]
    Brian: Aggression.
    [Shot of Brian violently smashing an egg with a hammer]
    Daisy: Watercolours?
    Brian: It's a bit more complex than that.
    Daisy: Tim does cartoons.
    Tim: It's a bit more complex than that.
  • Daisy: Do you rent downstairs?
    Brian: D'you mean am I gay?
    Daisy: What?
    Brian: D'you mean am I gay?
    Daisy: No, I meant "are you renting the downstairs flat?"
    Brian: Oh, right. Yep, sort of.
    Tim: Are you gay?
    Brian: What?
    Tim: Are you gay?
    Brian: [Thoughtfully] No.
  • Criswell: [narrating] ... All of us on this earth know that there is a time to live, and that there is a time to die. Yet death is always a shock to those left behind. It is even more of a shock when Death, the Proud Brother, comes suddenly without warning. Just at sundown, a small group gathered in silent prayer, around the newly-opened grave of the beloved wife of an elderly man. Sundown of the day; yet also the sundown of the old man's heart, for the shadows of grief clouded his very reason... The funeral over, the saddened group left the graveside. It was when the gravediggers started their task that strange things began to take place.
  • Daisy: [from the alternative ending] We live in a fantasy world, Tim. We've just constructed this fake utopia where y'know we never get old and never have to face the responsibilities of adulthood. We're just stretching our childhoods out as far as they can go.
    Tim: Yeah, I know. We're lucky aren't we?
    Daisy: I mean, I'm not going to be wearing plastic jewlery when I'm 40. Am I?
    Tim: I hope so.
  • General Roberts: [the General is explaining why a transmission from the aliens has been cut short] "Thats the end of that one. Atmospheric conditions in outer space often interfere with transmitting"
  • General Samuel T. Merritt: Before any of you accept, I should like to make it unmistakably clear that the dangers of this journey are above and beyond anything that the Space Corps or your own governments have any right to ask of you. I can give you confounded little reason for this attempt to reach Mars, and no assurance at all that it will even be successful. It's my personal conviction that no one but an idiot would volunteer, and I shall strongly suspect the sanity of anyone who does. All right, we've all got it straight. Who wants to go?
  • [Space Ghost follows ant that had bit him]
    Space Ghost: That's right, I'm following you. Just keep walking. For every 300 steps your little ant feet take I take only 1
    Space Ghost: That's it, run, run home. Take me to your family, for they will pay with my vengeance. [Hidden door opens revealing giant ant 5 stories high]
    Space Ghost: Hey, your son just bit me, here. I wanna know what *you're* gonna do about it [After pause giant ant screeches, chases Space Ghost]
    Space Ghost: [While running away] Your son is a moron!
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