1997's Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery introduced fans to Mike Myers's wild and wacky character, Austin Powers. The spoof of the James Bond films went on to be a huge cult hit with comedy movie fans. Within a few years, several other Austin Powers films followed: 1999's Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and 2002's Austin Powers in Goldmember.
Just as with the films of his predecessor, James Bond, all of the Austin Powers movies contain a lot of memorable quotes - but the first is by far the most quotable of the bunch. Remember the first time you heard Austin utter "Groovy, baby?" Yeah, we do too. Check out some more of the best quotes from Austin Powers.
Austin Powers: "Yeah, baby, yeah!"Did Mike Myers know when he uttered this simple phrase that it would eventually find it's way into iconic pop culture status? Probably not. But it sure did. Yeah, baby, it sure did.Should this be higher or lower?
Do I Make You Horny?
Austin Powers: "Do I make you horny? Randy? Do I make you horny, baby, yeah, do I?"Yet another of Austin's nearly exhaustive efforts to shag with the lovely Agent Kensington. And yet another extremely popular catch phrase.
Vanessa: "I hope this is part of the unfreezing process."Should this be higher or lower?
Vanessa: "Do you think she's prettier than me?"Vanessa (Elizabeth Hurley) is filled with self doubt after learning that Austin shagged Alotta F*gina. She soon learns, however, that she's totally "Shagadelic," and yet another popular Austin Powers catch phrase is born!
Austin Powers: "Who?"
Vanessa: "You know who."
Austin Powers: "Oh, the Italian bird. No, baby. She's rancid. I think you're shagadelic, baby. You're switched on. You're smashing!"Should this be higher or lower?
Throw Me a Frickin' Bone Here!Video: YouTube
Dr. Evil: "Gentlemen, I have a plan. It's called blackmail. The Royal Family of Britain are the wealthiest landowners in the world. Either the Royal Family pays us an exorbitant amount of money, or we make it seen that Prince Charles has had an affair outside of marriage and therefore would have to divorce!"Obviously Dr. Evil's behind the times, what with being frozen for decades and all.
Number Two: "Prince Charles *did* have an affair. He admitted it, and they are now divorced."
Dr. Evil: "Right, people you have to tell me these things, okay? I've been frozen for thirty years, okay? Throw me a frickin' bone here! I'm the boss! Need the info."Should this be higher or lower?