What About Bob?

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What About Bob? is a 1991 film about a successful psychiatrist who loses his mind after one of his most dependent patients tracks him down during his family vacation.

Directed by Frank Oz. Screenplay written by Tom Schulman.
Bob's a special kind of friend. The kind that drives you crazy!

Bob Wiley

  • Roses are red, violets are blue, I'm a schizophrenic and so am I.
  • [to man on bus] Hi. I'm Bob. Would you knock me out, please? Just hit me in the face.
  • I'm Sailing! I'm Sailing!
  • New Hampshire?!?!
  • I feel good, I feel great, I feel wonderful. I feel good, I feel great, I feel wonderful.
  • Good morning Gill... I said good morning, Gill.
  • A vacation from my problems! You bet I will!
  • Baby step to the elevator. I'm in the elevator. AHHHHH!!!
  • [singing] And I go through the kitchen, with a bowl full of chicken, and I put it in Leo, I mean Dr. Marvin's, refrigerator.
  • Hi, I'm Bob. Would you please knock me out? Just hit me over the head."
  • Is this a bad time? Oh... the fam!
  • [after Leo throws him out enraged] Is this some radical new therapy?

Dr. Leo Marvin

  • Hahaha, Monday we'll eat Gil and Tuesday, we'll eat Bob.
  • Son of a bitchin' BOB!
  • (to Bob) GEDADDADACA!!! (get out of the car)
  • He can borrow my slicker!


Mrs. Guttman: Burn in hell, Dr. Marvin!


Bob Wiley: You ever hear of Tourette's syndrome? Involuntarily shouting out profanities?
Dr. Leo Marvin: It's exceptionally rare.
Bob Wiley: Shit-eating son-of-a-bitch... bastard, douche-bag, twat, numb-nuts, dickhead!
Dr. Leo Marvin: Why exactly are you doing this?
Bob Wiley: Well, if I fake it then I don't have it. Same thing with the cardiac arrest.

Dr. Leo Marvin: Are you married?
Bob Wiley: I'm divorced.
Dr. Leo Marvin: Would you like to talk about that?
Bob Wiley: There are two types of people in this world: Those who like Neil Diamond, and those who don't. My ex-wife loves him.

Siggy: I mean, my dad just dropped me in the water. He let me go with no warning. I mean, I nearly drowned. My whole life passed before my eyes.
Bob Wiley: You're lucky you're only 12.
Siggy: It was still grim.

Bob Wiley: What are you doing with the gun, Dr. Marvin?
Dr. Leo Marvin: Death Therapy, Bob. It's a guaranteed cure.

Dr. Leo Marivn: I would like some peace, and quiet.
Bob Wiley: Oh, I'll be quiet.
Siggy: I'll be peace.


  • Bob's a special kind of friend. The kind that drives you crazy!


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