John Ritter quotes

  • If I found a cure for a huge disease, while I was hobbling up onstage to accept the Nobel Prize they'd be playing the theme song from 'Three's Company'.
    -- John Ritter

    #Song #Disease #Three

  • Me a TV star? I've got to be the luckiest guy in the world.
    -- John Ritter

    #Stars #Guy #World

  • I knew when I grew up, I always wanted to be a liar, and if you're in television, you're lying because you're just pretending to be yourself much like I'm doing now.
    -- John Ritter

    #Being Yourself #Liars #Lying

  • Dad gave me two pieces of advice. One was, "No matter how good you think you are, there are people better than you." But he was an optimist too; his other advice: "Never worry about rejection. Every day is a new beginning."
    -- John Ritter

    #Dad #New Beginnings #Thinking

  • Most people don't know that I am an accomplished dramatic actor... But I've performed in several Shakespeare productions including Hamlet, except in this version, Hamlet lives in an apartment with two women, and has to pretend he's gay so that the landlord won't evict him.
    -- John Ritter

    #Gay #Two #People

  • I dont really take anything from home except some U.S. magazines and books and definitely some U.S. music. There are just certain songs that remind me of home.

  • It's really a sad story, and I liked that. The songs on this album talk about relationships in every aspect.

  • Hep is a very dangerous disease that can cause a number of permanent conditions, including death, which is extremely permanent.

  • Life is an incurable disease.

  • We are all more intelligent than we are capable, and awareness of the insanity of love has never saved anyone from the disease.

  • Being a foreigner is not a disease.

  • The planet's biggest problems have to do with sustainability, environmental decline, global poverty, disease, conflict and so forth. Really, they're all interconnected - it's one big problem, which is that the way we're doing things can't go on.

  • For, as the substance of the brain, like that of the other solids of our body, is nearly incompressible, the quantity of blood within the head must be the same, or very nearly the same, at all times, whether in health or disease, in life or after death.

  • I look at Jerusalem as being a beacon for the three monotheistic religions.

  • If we would have had the 262 at our disposal - even with all the delays - if we could have had in '44, ah, let's say three hundred operational, that day we could have stopped the American daytime bombing offensive, that's for sure.