Sound Bites

Sound Bites: The week's best TV quotes

TV's funniest lines from Nov 12 to 18, 1993

"I didn't set my clocks back. I feel like I gained an hour when I left NBC." — David Letterman on changing to standard time

"Jerry Seinfeld is in constant search of a well-honed bowl of cereal." — Julia Louis-Dreyfus to Jay Leno

"President Clinton said that if John F. Kennedy were alive today, he would be in favor of the North American Free Trade Agreement. You know something? I think if John F. Kennedy were alive today, he'd be a little more concerned with passing the Brady Bill." — Jay Leno

"The residual effects of the hematoma on my brain drove me into politics." — N.Y. Governor Mario Cuomo to Leno, on switching careers after being beaned by a pitch as a minor-league baseball player

Originally posted Nov 19, 1993 Published in issue #197 Nov 19, 1993 Order article reprints
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