A mix of celebrity interviews, musical performers, audience participation games, and segments spotlighting real people with extraordinary stories and talents, hosted by comedienne Ellen DeGeneres.

Ellen: Hi, where are you from?
Audience Member: Orlando, Florida.
Ellen: Oh, we were just there. Did you come see us?
Audience Member: Ah, no. I couldn't. That's why I'm here now.
Ellen: Oh, well, that's much more convenient.
Ellen: [Playing horses or Hippies] They eat grass.
Audience Member: Hippies.
Ellen: No, it's horses. Hippies don't *eat* grass
Robert Downey Jr.: I play an evil scientist in The Shaggy Dog, and I'm a lot like the character I play. Except I'm not evil.
Ellen: Or a scientist.
[Audience laughs]
Robert Downey Jr.: [Closes eyes] This is one of those moments I just need to to stop and recollect my thoughts.
['Mystery phone guest' calls and Ellen picks up]
The Rock: Hello?
Ellen: Hi! Madonna? Is that you?
Hand Puppet: It wouldn't have worked out anyway.
Ellen: Why's that?
Hand Puppet: I was dating a sock.
Ellen: Oh
Hand Puppet: And we never went anywhere.
Ellen: Well that's no good.
Hand Puppet: Yeh, and one day he went into the dryer and never came back.
Ellen: Now before we continue on, is it, do I call you "sir"?
Paul McCartney: King.
Ellen: Hi, where are you from?
Stand-In DJ: I was born in Sydney, Australia, but I moved here fourteen years ago.
Ellen: Oh, well in case no-one has said it yet, welcome to our country!
Ellen: I ask people why they have deer heads on their walls. They always say because it's such a beautiful animal. There you go. I think my mother is attractive, but I have photographs of her.
Ricardo Chavira: [Speaking of ghosts in his house] I'll try and keep them happy. Maybe I'll bring them flowers.
Ellen: Yeh, ghosts like flowers.
Ricardo Chavira: Do you know what kind?
Ellen: ...forget-me-nots?
Ellen: [During her stand-up routine] You know how you always expect someone to think the same as you and then your like, really shocked when they don't? Like when it's a cold day and you turn to the person next to you and say, 'Its so cold, aren't you cold?' and then they say 'no.' It's kinda like, 'what, are you a communist?'
Ellen: [Speaking about the Emmy's] You know, winning is not important. It's about how you feel about yourself. And of course, you're gonna feel a whole lot better about yourself if you win.
Ellen: What's it like to be you?
Paul McCartney: Weird, man.
[repeated line]
Ellen: Am I right, ladies?
Ellen: Who needs sleep? I laugh in the face of sleep!
[repeated line]
Ellen: Kaaaaa!
Steve Harvey: [laughing after watching the particularly embarrassing and hilarious 'frightened turtle' reaction to Ellen scaring him] I had to straighten my clothes up. I swear to you man...
Steve Harvey: [stops laughing but is still lighthearted] That was not funny. Not only was that not funny, that wasn't even cool! I don't know what the hell you're laughing at. I should have shot him!
Ellen: We thought you were gonna punch him, he was prepared.
Steve Harvey: But where was I going, though? When you showed it what was with this leg over here for? I just, really, man, that is not good, that is not good. That's gonna be on YouTube!
Ellen: You know that song that asks, "Why do fools fall in love?"? I think the obvious answer is because they're fools.
Ellen: Make me dance Tony!
Ellen: I'm really glad that high jeans are coming back in fashion, cause you know how all the jeans are low now? And cause, you know, sometimes I have to bend down
[Audience laugh]
Ellen: No, but it's really good higher jeans are coming back in fashion. Remember the jeans back in the 80's? That kinda high was good. But any higher and they'd be strapless jeans.
Paul McCartney: They were throwing money at us to get off.
[repeated line]
Ellen: Oh... mama!
[referring to the "Silent Hill" poster]
Ellen: She doesn't have a mouth.
Gladys Hardy: [over the phone] I'll be honest with you; I love Jesus but I drink a little.

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