Best TV Quotes

Quotes of the Week: Bones, Gotham, Late Show, Superstore and More

Whether you’re rooting for the Falcons, Patriots or Lady Gaga during Super Bowl LI, we can all agree on one thing: It was an excellent week for TV dialogue.

In our latest Quotes of the Week, we’ve got Saturday Night Live‘s dig at La La Land, a questionable medical procedure on Lucifer, a couple of potty mouths on Real Housewives and Teachers‘ endless love for Beyoncé. 

Also featured in today’s roundup: political commentary from Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and Trevor Noah, plus double doses of Superstore, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Bachelor.

Check out the gallery on the right – or click here for direct access — then hit the comments and tell us if we missed any of your faves!

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. kmw says:

    BONES had better quotes in their 3rd episode. That one you shared was good but not as good as the 3rd episode ones

  2. Kevin says:

    Can’t stop thinking about Rufus’ one liners on Timeless.

  3. kirads09 says:

    My quote of the week – The Blacklist – Reddington “Transactions vital to my interests failed to be tendered.” Delivered as only James Spader could. Could say quite a lot about his monologue later in the episode when he was talking to Niles from the Nanny. Red is definitely depressed – mostly over Kate maybe ? – or is it because Liz has really gone cold toward him.

  4. kia says:

    This episode of Bones was a fun one. Loved it. Thank you for including Bones! Loved this line as well as many others.

  5. lrdslvrhnd says:

    Black Widow & Quake? Please. It’s totally Natasha & Melinda.
    …Now I kinda want to go see how much fan-fiction there already is of that…

  6. DJ Doena says:

    As many people, Colbert has a problem with time travel logic. If Trump has already turned back time to 2004 – his words – Colbert Report will have gone OFF the air in 2005 already.