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The Wire | Best in Show



Christopher Guest's newest movie, Mascots, is now available to stream on Netflix, so we thought we'd take a moment to reflect on a couple of our favorite lines from our favorite Guest flick, Best in Show.

"We are so lucky. We are so lucky to have been raised amongst catalogs."

One more:

"Leslie and I have an amazing relationship and it's very physical, he still pushes all my buttons. People say 'oh but he's so much older than you' and you know what, I'm the one having to push him away. We have so much in common, we both love soup and snow peas, we love the outdoors, and talking and not talking. We could not talk or talk forever and still find things to not talk about."

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 18 October, 2016 Best in Show, Christopher Guest, Mascots, The Wire | 0 comments
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