Quotes from David Hyde Pierce movies and TV shows

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Peter MacMannus: Catch, you are the best friend a guy with twenty diagnosed neuroses ever had.
Catcher Block: Oh, we've been friends a long time... I knew you when you only had twelve.

Vickie Hiller: At one point, I had even convinced myself that life was all one big zany sex comedy and you had switched keys with the lead to use his swinging pad to snare me.
Peter MacMannus: I did! I did switch keys with the lead.

Vickie Hiller: The men who resent my success won't give me the time of day, and the men who respect my success won't give me the time of night.
Peter MacMannus: If you give me the chance, I'd respect you and resent you day and night, and night and day.

Catcher Block: I don't care about sex anymore. I just want to get married.
Peter MacMannus: Well me too. But fat chance now.

Peter MacMannus: 4,000,000 women in the naked city, and the one you let get away, the one you had to get on the bad side of, is the one all the other 4,000,000 are listening to.

Frasier: Niles, I would shave my head for you.
Niles: A gesture which becomes less significant with each passing year.

Seat of Power - S2-E11

Frasier: You know the expression "Living well is the best revenge"?
Niles: Wonderful expression. I just don't know how true it is, you don't see it turning up in a lot of opera plots."Ludwig, maddened by the poisoning of his entire family, wreaked vengeance on Gunther in the third act by living well."

Caught in the Act - S11-E15

[Frasier tries to convince Niles that sleeping with Nanny G is the right thing to do.]
Niles: Did you say something? Your penis was talking so loud I couldn't hear!

Frasier: Niles, is there a light bulb over my head?
Niles: You have an idea?
Frasier: No, I'm asking if there's actually a light bulb over my head.

Osmosis: We were so poor, we lived off peanut butter and cellulite sandwiches! You ever try to blow-dry your hair with a fart?
Drix: OK, I get it. You were poor.
Osmosis: You bet I was! You ever try to make a snowman out of toilet paper cling-ons? Now that's poor!
Drix: OK, please, you're going to make me vomit!
Osmosis: Vomit? We couldn't afford no vomit; that's for rich folk.
Drix: Excuse me while I wipe my eyes.
Osmosis: Oh, you wanna talk about wiping?
Drix: No.

Warwick Wilson: It's a cheeky drop.

Warwick Wilson: Don't thank me, John. You make things very entertaining.

Warwick Wilson: Lighten up, John! It's a party.

John Taylor: Why can't you just let me go?
Warwick Wilson: You're my guest. And I'm glad you're here. But you have no-one but yourself to blame.

Warwick Wilson: One, two, three, conga.

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