Love you some Bill Murray? Here are the best Groundhog Day quotes, ranked by Murray fans like you. Perhaps the greatest film of 1993, Groundhog Day is a comedy drama about a selfish, obnoxious reporter stuck in an infinite loop on Groundhog Day. He repeats the same 24 hours over and over again without consequences, a unique concept for a comedy. At first he's frightened but then he realizes the possibilities and opportunities open to him, until he realizes that life isn't just about himself. Many of the best lines in Groundhog Day come from funny moments, but there are also some serious quotes as well.
Including "Ned! Ned Ryerson!" and more, here are the best quotes from Groundhog Day.What is the best Groundhog Day quote? Let us know by voting for your favorites below. In most cases there is a video to accompany the quote, so you can watch the scene unfold. Groundhog Day is a heartwarming, romantic comedy that makes you wonder what would YOU do if you can repeat the day over again.
Art of Seduction
Phil: What's your name?
Nancy: Nancy Taylor. And you are?
Phil: What high school did you go to?
Phil: High school.
Nancy: Lincoln, in Pittsburgh. Who are you?
Phil: Who was your 12 grade English teacher?
Nancy: Are you kidding?
Phil: No no no. In 12 grade, your English teacher was-
Nancy: Mrs. Walsh.
Phil: Nancy. Lincoln. Walsh. Ok, thanks very much.
Nancy: Hey. Hey!
Ned: Phil? Phil Connors? Phil Connors, I thought that was you!
Phil: Hi, thanks for watching.
Ned: Hey now, don't you tell me you don't remember me 'cause I sure as heckfire remember you.
Phil: Not a chance.
Ned: Ned... Ryerson. "Needlenose Ned"? "Ned the Head"? C'mon, buddy. Case Western High. I did the whistling belly-button trick at the high school talent show? Bing. Ned Ryerson, got the shingles real bad senior year, almost didn't graduate? Bing, again. Ned Ryerson, I dated your sister Mary Pat a couple of times until you told me not to anymore? Well?
Phil: Ned Ryerson?
Phil: Bing. So did you turn pro with that whole belly-button thing Ned or...
Ned: No, I sell insurance.
Phil: What a shock.
Anything Different is Good
Phil: Something is... different.
Rita: Good or bad?
Phil: Anything different is good.
I'm a GOD!
Rita: I'm sorry? What was that again?
Phil: I'm a god.
Rita: You're God.
Phil: I'm a god — I'm not the God, I don't think.
Rita: Because you survived a car wreck?
Phil: I didn't just survive a wreck; I wasn't just blown up yesterday. I have been stabbed, shot, poisoned, frozen, hung, electrocuted and burned.
Rita: Oh really?
Phil: Every morning I wake up without a scratch on me, not a dent in the fender: I am an immortal.
Doris: Special today is blueberry waffles...
Rita: Why are you telling me this?
Phil: Because I want you to believe in me.
Rita: You're not a god. You can take my word for it; this is 12 years of Catholic school talkin'.
Phil: How do you know I'm not a god? How do you know?
Rita: Because it's not possible!