Nostalgia Critic: The answer will be revealed in...
[opens envelope and looks at slip of paper; screams]
Nostalgia Critic: Another fucking flashback!
Nostalgia Critic: Sticks and stones may break my bones, but first you gotta throw'em.
[during a scene where Henry Bowers sees a vision of Pennywise in the moon]
Nostalgia Critic: Oh, hey, it's a beautiful Tim Curry out tonigh... AAAAAAAAAAHHH!
['It' is revealed to be a giant, crude-looking six-legged spider, all done as a lame stop motion effect]
Nostalgia Critic: What? WWWHAT?
[He sputters incoherently before throwing a glass of whiskey onto his face]
Nostalgia Critic: WHAT? WE WAITED THREE FUCKING HOURS FOR THAT? You can't be serious! You CAN'T be serious! If I heard that a movie called 'It' was just building up to a big, silly monster, I'd think this would have been a better payoff!
[He shows a picture of Cousin Itt from 'The Addams Family']
Nostalgia Critic: You would think a psychotic killer clown would be a little nicer!
Richie Tozier: Oh, come on, guys. What are you gonna do now, sing Kumbaya? Wake up! Take a breath. You smell that? That's death.
Nostalgia Critic: You hear the wind? That's death. You feel the ground? That's death. You feel that itching in the back of your head? That's... probably a mosquito.
Nostalgia Critic: Mosquito of DEATH!
Nostalgia Critic: [drunk] I'm playing the Stephen King drinking game.
Spider Sam: Good God! That game's been known to kill!
Tom Rogan: Bev? You need me! BEEEEV!
Nostalgia Critic: [laughs] Nice emoting there, guy.
Tom Rogan: BEEEEV!
Nostalgia Critic: [mocks Tom] BEEEEV!
Nostalgia Critic: ...Oh, no, she dropped her can of 'Beer' beer. Isn't that the drink that the movie 'Steel' made famous?
Nostalgia Critic: Oh, yeah, I forgot. Everybody in a Stephen King story is a JACKASS except for the insecure poet and/or loser. I think that calls for another shot.
[takes a shot and puts it aside]
Nostalgia Critic: Why are you all spinning?