Garth Algar: If she were a president, she would be Baberaham Lincoln.
Garth Algar: Uhm, Wayne? What do you do if every time you see this one incredible woman, you think you're gonna hurl?
Wayne Campbell: I say hurl. If you blow chunks and she comes back, she's yours. But if you spew and she bolts, then it was never meant to be.
Wayne Campbell: She's a babe.
Garth Algar: She's magically babelicious.
Wayne Campbell: She tested very high on the stroke-ability scale.
Wayne Campbell: No way!
Garth Algar: Way!
Cassandra: I don't believe I've ever had French champagne before...
Benjamin Kane: Oh, actually all champagne is French, it's named after the region. Otherwise it's sparkling white wine. Americans of course don't recognize the convention, so it becomes that thing of calling all of their sparkling white "champagne", even though by definition they're not.
Wayne Campbell: Ah yes, it's a lot like "Star Trek: The Next Generation." In many ways it's superior but will never be as recognized as the original.
Garth Algar: Let me tell you something about women, Wayne. They want you to come get them, they LOVE it.
Wayne Campbell: I once thought I had mono for an entire year. It turned out I was just really bored.
Garth Algar: That is a babe. She makes me feel kinda funny, like when we used to climb the rope in gym class.
Wayne Campbell: She will be mine. Oh, yes - she will be mine.
Wayne Campbell: Wow! What a totally amazing, excellent discovery!
Stacy: Happy anniversary, Wayne.
Wayne Campbell: Stacy, we broke up two months ago.
Stacy: Well, that doesn't mean we can't still go out, does it?
Wayne Campbell: Well, it does actually, that's what breaking up is.
Wayne Campbell: All I have to say about that is "asphinctersayswhat."
Noah Vanderhoff: What?
Wayne Campbell: Exactly.
Answer: There was a series of commercials for a mustard called Grey Poupon in the late 80s and early 90s. It usually involved someone driving up next to a limo in a cheaper car, rolling their window down and asking them "pardon me sir, do you have any Grey Poupon?". Then the richer man in the limo would say "certainly" and pass it to the guy in the other car. They were incredibly stupid commercials and wayne's world makes fun of them.