Rushmore quotes

56 total quotes (ID: 516)

Dirk Calloway
Herman Blume
Max Fischer
Multiple Characters

Kids don't like it when their parents get divorced.

[Describing Max to the police] 112 pounds. Black hair. Glasses... Oval face.

She's sweet, but she's ****ed-up.

Did Max have something planned for us today? A trip to a museum or something?

Oh yeah and with friends like you who needs friends?

[On a walkie-talkie] There's action across the street. [static] It's Snowman! Take him!

[to Max] I just wanted to say, I'm sorry I threw rocks at you that day.

...I knew for sure when they went skinny-dipping in Mr. Blume's pool while giving eachother handjobs...

You're a married man, Blume.

Magnus Buchan: I always wanted to be in one of your ****in' plays.

Bert Fischer: [to Herman] Are you fond of that moustache?

Mr. Littlejeans: Best play ever, man.

Dr. Nelson Guggenheim: We're putting you on what we call sudden death academic probation.
Max Fischer: And what does that entail?
Dr. Nelson Guggenheim: It entails that if you fail another class, you'll be asked to leave Rushmore.
Max Fischer: In other words, I'll be expelled.
Dr. Nelson Guggenheim: That's correct.
Max Fischer: Can I see some documentation on that, please?
[Guggenheim hands him his transcript]
Dr. Nelson Guggenheim: Too many extracurricular activities, Max. Not enough studying.
Max Fischer: Dr. Guggenheim, I don't want to tell you how to do your job. But the fact is, no matter how hard I try, I still might flunk another class. If that means I have to stay on for a post-graduate year, so be it...
Dr. Nelson Guggenheim: - We don't offer a post-graduate year.
Max Fischer: Well, we don't offer it yet.

Max Fischer: What was your major?
Rosemary Cross: I didn't have a major, but my thesis was on Latin American economic policy.
Max Fischer: Oh, that's interesting. Did you hear that they're not going to teach Latin anymore?
Rosemary Cross: This was more like Central America.

Max Fischer: I like your nurse's uniform, guy.
Dr. Peter Flynn: These are O.R. scrubs.
Max Fischer: Oh, are they?