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Grampa Putterman: I've said it before and I'll say it again - War stories and monster movies are educational. They're survival oriented. They always neutralize the enemy in the end.
Suzy Putterman: It's O.D.
Stanley Putterman: O who?
Suzy Putterman: O.D., my new boyfriend.
Stanley Putterman: Oh. Irish boy?
O.D.: Hey, little dude, you like metal? Kiss the boot.
Sherman Putterman: Kiss the ass, bozo.
Pluthar: People of Earth, you must heed my warning. Destroy your satellite receivers, dismantle your communications systems, render your TV sets inoperable for the next 200 Earth years.
Spiro: Fantastic idea for a movie! Martians diddling the women of the universe.
Stanley Putterman: Yeah, you got it, Spiro. Intergalactic swingers.
Pluthar: A stray energy beam from my substation may be headed for your solar system, and could possibly result in the total annihilation of your species. I'm so terribly sorry for the inconvenience.
Suzy Putterman: Shut up about the monster! I'm gonna make you take your pill.
O.D.: Pills? What color?
Sherman Putterman: Follow me.
O.D.: Alright, dude! Pill freak!
O.D.: Remember that movie? You know, the one about the little space guy? Made you cry like a butthole.
Suzy Putterman: This is music. Mu-sic. It's almost as important as food.
Suzy Putterman: This is TV. T-V. Next to food and music, this is mankind's greatest invention.