'A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas' movie quotes include hilarious and raunchy lines uttered by the film's stars, Harold, Kumar and...Neil Patrick Harris! Yes, NPH is back in this third installment of the 'Harold & Kumar' movie franchise, and no, he wasn't killed in that whorehouse, after all. Oh, and the movie? It's totally in 3D. Must. Get. Tickets. Now. See a quote you love? Vote it up! And if you don't see a favorite quip listed, feel free to add it to the list!
In 'A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas,' the two besties, Harold and Kumar (John Cho and Kal Penn) are reunited once again as they scour New York City in search of the perfect Christmas tree. Along the way, they encounter a stoned Santa Claus, Jesus in a night club and Neil Patrick Harris being...well, Neil Patrick Harris.If you're a fan of raunch comedy or comedy movies in general, check out these lists for great quotes from 'Tower Heist,' 'Horrible Bosses,' 'Friends With Benefits,' and '30 Minutes or Less,'' and 'Puss in Boots.'
'A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas' promises to live up to the two previous films, if the sheer amount of drug-related jokes is any indication... see more on Claymation
Harold: "Dude, we're claymated."
Where has Neil Patrick Harris been in the six years since the last 'Harold & Kumar' movie? Hanging out in Heaven, which is apparently a night club run by a slacker Jesus.
'Jesus': "Welcome to Heaven, I'm Jesus!"
Neil Patrick Harris: "Jesus....?"
'Jesus': (holds up crucifix) "Christ! I practically run this place."
Neil Patrick Harris: "Oh. For reals?"
'Jesus': "I mean my dad owns it but I'm kinda number one..."
Neil Patrick Harris: "Ha ha, you're one of those."
NPH, alive again, thanks to the magic of Christmas!
Kumar: "How are you still alive?"
Neil Patrick Harris: "What are you talking about?"
Harold: "We saw you get shot, remember?"
Neil Patrick Harris: "You have to be more specific..."
Kumar: "In that whore house?"
Harold: "In Texas?"
Kumar: "You branded a prostitute..."
Neil Patrick Harris: "Oh yeahhhhhhh..."
What would a 'Harold & Kumar' movie be without offensive, racist jokes? Shorter. Much shorter.
Mary: "Do you wanna see my room?"
Harold: "Ha, married. He's single though."
Kumar: "Hi! Kumar..."
Mary: "Sorry, I don't date black guys."