E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial quotes

36 total quotes (ID: 702)

Elliott
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Tyler: We made it! Oh, shit!


Gertie: Are they gone, mama.
Mary: Who's gone, honey?
Gertie: The boys?
Mary: What boys?
Gertie: I'm supposed to give this note to you when they're gone.
Mary: Give it to me now, Gertie. [reads the note] Oh, my God.

Gertie: [about E.T.] Is he dead, mama?
Mary: I think so, sweetheart.
Gertie: Can we wish for him to come back?
Mary: Yeah.
Gertie: I wish.
Mary: I wish, too.

Michael: Maybe it's some animal that wasn't supposed to live? Like those rabbits we saw. Could be a monkey or an orangutan.
Elliott: A bald monkey?
Gertie: Is he a pig? He sure eats like one.
Elliott: [pointing at a globe] OK. We're here. We are here. Where are you from?
[E.T. points out the window at the sky]
Gertie: [looks at E.T.'s feet] I don't like his feet.
Elliott: They're only feet, you little twerp. He's trying to tell us something. [to E.T.] Earth. [he touches the globe] Home. Home. Home.
E.T.: Home. [points out the window at the sky]

Steve: [reading dice] Five.
Michael: Oh, great.
Steve: So you got an arrow right in your chest.
Greg: Don't worry. I got resurrection.
Michael: I'm already one of the undead, Greg. I can still throw death spells, huh, Steve?
Greg: I'm just trying to help you out, man. Don't be so cranky.
Tyler: Throw the spell over the pizza man. Where's the pizza, man?
Elliott: I'm ready... now to play. I'm ready to play now, you guys.
Greg: We're in the middle, Elliott. You can't just join any universe in the middle.
Michael: You have to ask Steve. He's game master. He has absolute power.
[The boys tell Elliott to order the pizza]
Steve: Just figure your strategy. You're playing after Greg.
Greg: Plenty of sausage and pepperonis.
Tyler: Everything but the little fishies.

[after Steve, Tyler, and Greg see E.T. in awe]
Elliott: OK, he's a man from outer space and we're taking him to his spaceship.
Greg: Well, can't he just beam up?
Elliott: This is reality, Greg.

You could be happy here, I could take care of you. I wouldn't let anybody hurt you. We could grow up together, E.T.

Michael: [in awe] Elliott.
Elliott: I'm keeping him.
Gertie: What is it?
Elliott: He won't hurt you, Gertie. He won't hurt you, Gertie. He's not gonna hurt you.
Gertie: Is he a boy or a girl?
Elliott: He's a boy.
Gertie: Was he wearing any clothes?
Elliott: No. But look. You can't tell, not even Mom.
Gertie: Why not?
Elliott: Because, um, grown-ups can't see him. Only little kids can see him.
Gertie: [snapping back] Give me a break.
Elliott: [imitating Dracula] Well, do you know what's going to happen if you do tell? [to Gertie] ...you promise?
[E.T. watches intently]
Gertie: Yes.
Elliott: [to Michael] Do you promise? [his brother nods]

Michael: [about E.T.] Did you explain school to him?
Elliott: How do you explain school to a higher intelligence?
Michael: Maybe he's not that smart. Maybe he's a worker bee who only knows how to push buttons.
Elliott: He's too smart.
Michael: All right. I just hope we don't wake up on Mars surrounded by millions of these squashy little guys.

Tyler: Oh, great. Nice one, Elliott.
Elliott: It was an accident.
Mary: A pizza? Who says you guys could order a pizza?
Elliott: [points to Greg] It was him.
Mary: In the house.
Greg: You geek, man.
Elliott: Mom, it was real, I swear.
Tyler: [to Elliott] Douche bag.
Mary: [sternly] No douche bag talk in my house.

Mary: Where's Elliott? I'm asking you a question.
Gertie: Anyways, why would Elliott go to the forest? Why would he do such a thing? [smiles]
Mary: Get in the car. [smiles] Get in the car now.

[Mary hits E.T. with the refrigerator door]
Gertie: Here he is.
Mary: [absently] Here's who?
Gertie: The man from the moon. But I think you've killed him already.
Mary: Just as soon as I unload this stuff, O.K.?
Gertie: I want you to meet somebody.

E.T., don't go! ...Leave him alone! You're killing him! Leave him alone!

You have no right to do this. You're scaring him. You're scaring him! Leave him alone. Leave him alone, I can take care of him.

Do you talk, you know, talk? Me human. Boy. Elliott. Ell-i-ott. Elliott.