If you're a fan of Netflix, Zach Galifianakis, and/or awkward comedy, we want you to vote for the best Between Two Ferns: The Movie quotes. This is the feature-length film version of the popular Funny or Die web series in which Galifianakis plays an exaggerated version of himself. He hosts a public access TV show where he attempts to interview various celebrities. Usually, he just ends up embarrassing himself with inappropriate questions and dumb remarks.
There are plenty of funny lines and hilarious one-liners in Between Two Ferns: The Movie. It's a "mockumentary" that follows Galifianakis as he and his crew travel the country, attempting to complete ten episodes of his show in order to please producer Will Ferrell. Some of the laughs come from supporting characters, like Zach's assistant Carol (Lauren Lapkus) and cameraman Cameron "Cam" Campbell (Ryan Gaul). Others come from the A-list stars Zach interviews, including Matthew McConaughey, Bruce Willis, Brie Larson, Tiffany Haddish, and David Letterman. The end result is wall-to-wall laughter, anchored by the inimitable sensibility of its central comedian.
Vote up the most memorable Between Two Ferns: The Movie quotes from the list below, regardless of whether it's Zach, a crew member, or a superstar who speaks them.
Waiter: Have you ever seen a chicken strip?
Carol: I've never seen a chicken wear clothes.
Zach Galifianakis: Do you research your roles?
Keanu Reeves: Yeah.
Zach Galifianakis: Have you ever considered researching a character that has taken acting classes?
Keanu Reeves: Right now I'm acting like this is fun.
Matthew McConaughey: How much time do we have? I'm out of here in about fifteen minutes, so...
Zach Galifianakis: What do you have to do, go drive around in a Lincoln convertible, shirtless?
Matthew McConaughey: Yeah.
Zach Galifianakis: Hi, I'm Zach.
Adam Scott: Hey. Adam from Parks and Recreation.
Zach Galifianakis: Oh, good. That is refreshing to hear. I'm so used to interviewing dumb actors about their dumb actor lifestyles and stuff so it's nice to interview real people instead --
Adam Scott (interrupting him): Sorry, the TV show Parks and Recreation.