Favorite Quotes from Highway to Heaven

We have an assignment.

Look, I’m gonna cut to the chase. I’m an angel.

Cute, Jonathan, cute.

You’re on a roll, Willy.

It’s the most beautiful car in the world.  (’77 Ford LTD, dull gray, dented)

I got the Stuff! I got the Stuff!

Mark, I hate to break it to you. You never had the Stuff.


Cute, Jonathan. Real cute.

You’re a hero to strangers…and a stranger to your children.

The Boss won’t like it.

Why don’t we ever get an assignment in Hawaii?

I’m hungry. Let’s eat.

You just ate an hour ago!

Do we have an assignment yet?



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Resident of the Granite State, I am a freelance writer who also toils as a research analyst.
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4 Responses to Favorite Quotes from Highway to Heaven

  1. Lee-Ann says:

    I suppose that back then, a 1977 LTD was fairly new!

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  2. skip says:

    great show

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  3. Undersquid says:

    I had a crush on Bonanza’s Little Joe (I only started watching the show because I though Little Joe was ACTUALLY little… so silly), but there was something that bothered me about this show when I tried to watch it. I can’t recall what it was, but by then my Michael Landon crush was over.

    Cute quotes, thought.

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    • meremention says:

      Yes, I agree with you. That show was on when I was a kid, but it wasn’t a kids’ show. Too slow and grownup. I tried to watch one last summer (while nursing my busted thumb) and it was some drawn out soap opera about Hop Sing falling in love with a white woman. I can’t remember Little Joe in that one.

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