Best Man Down
Jaime: The first time I talked to her, she knew everything about me. Names. She knew names.
Ramsey: Well have you ever heard of caller I.D. and Google
Blades of Glory
Chazz: You figured out how to work the Google
on the internet machine.
The Decoy Bride
Steve: This is your first time on Hegg, isn't it? You Googled
the entire book.
Steve: Don't tell that Googling
Olive: The rumors of my promiscuity have been greatly exaggerated. I used to be anonymous, invisible to the opposite sex. If Google
Earth were aguy... he couldn't find me if I were dressed up as a 10-story building.
Olive: Remember how I told you Google
Earth couldn't find me... if I was dressed up as a ten-story building? Well, the next day it could find me if I was dressed as a crack on a sidewalk.
Erin: And if my colleagues at Columbia University
my name, that is the first thing that comes up. Along with a ghost emoji now, thank you very much, that does a little dance.
Dana: What about Mr. Alpha Male up there? Got a question for Ms. Shue?
Heywood: Yeah. Who are you?
Dana: Oh, come on! Could you not even Google
Hot Tub Time Machine
Phil: Mr. Dorchen anticipated that you might say that, so I took the liberty of printing up some Lougle maps for you.
Adam: You mean Google
I Give It a Year
Nat: I caught your mother Googling
can cat urine be used as fertilizer?
Josh: Well, she's got lots of cat urine.
Indie Game: The Movie
I don't even think he uses Google Alerts
. I think he has something that's like better than Google Alerts
Leigh: And I hooked up the printer, got you an email dancemamas@gmail
. The password is outofmyhouse one word.
Eddie: Grammatically, this guy was an idiot, which sort of gives credence to the theory that one of the clerks he had fired actually wrote most of this guy's major opinions. You could Google
the clerk's sons, they'd love to talk to you.
Gennady: Oh, I had such a poor vocabulary. But then I discovered this thing, Google
. Did you know the small and large intestines is 20 foot long? I had no idea. I don't believe it. I gotta see this for myself.
No Strings Attached
Shira: Nice memorization. Did you Google
Emma: Google Maps
Loray: Hell, last time somebody Googled
me, there was no Google
. They had to Alta Vista
Physicist: If you're in Google
, that means that's the world. This is the most important thing today.
Graeme: Do you remember when we Googled
it on your mum's computer and the phone rang and you thought it was the FBI?
Edward: I had an adrenaline rush. It's very common. You can Google
Up in the Air
Alex: I googled
Ryan: You did?
Alex: It's what us modern girls do when we have a crush.
30 Rock: Apollo, Apollo
Liz: Have you seen this tracy thing?
Jack: I am aware of it. I have a Google
news alert for the phrase "Tracy Jordan ridiculous disaster."
30 Rock: Gentleman's Intermission
Jack: Well, certainly you can't be surprised that there's a lot of negative stuff about you out there. Don't you ever Google
Tracy: Sure, I Google
myself all the time. Like when Angie's not in the mood, or I'm alone in the hotel.
Jack: Uh, Tracy, you do know that Googling
yourself means looking yourself up on the internet.
Tracy: I did not know that.
Tracy: Liz Lemon, you mind if I Google
myself in your office?
Liz: Sure Tracy.
Tracy: Can I use your computer?
Liz: How else are you gonna do it?
Being Human (UK): The Graveyard Shift
Regus: For 400 years, I've been collecting and cataloging vampire history, myths and legends. 400 years. In dark rooms, libraries and cellars. Poring over scrolls, manuscripts, books covered in mildew cos you can't Google
this stuff, you know?
The Blacklist: Lord Baltimore
Elizabeth: Most people don't care that Google
knows their search history.
Raymond: They know more than that. They know your habits, the banks you use, the pills you pop, the men or women you sleep with.
Blindspot: A Stray Howl
Bethany: Like a Google
alert for her tattoos.
Paterson: Well it's a little bit more sophisticated than that. But, uh yes it's like a Google
Joan: How did you know he had an affair?
. Well, not everything is deducible.
Sherlock: The only thing there is Carver Cemetery. Obviously you were visiting a grave. Not a parent's grave, of course, Google
indicates that they're both alive and well.
The Ex List: Climb Every Mountain Biker
Bella: Are you Googling
Vivian: Bella, everybody Googles
Bella: And I'm sorry, but Googling
--not romantic. I don't want to find a soul mate the way Cyrus finds porn.
Jake: I Googled
Daphne: I think you have, like, a Google
problem. You need to stop.
The IT Crowd: Italian for Beginners
Douglas: Before we go on, Linda, do you need to go to the toilet?
Douglas: Then why are you doing a wee-wee walk? It's incredibly odd and distracting. Maybe it's just me.
Jen: No. No. It's not just you Douglas. I'm also finding it very distracting. Sorry, Linda.
Linda: Don't worry about it, Jen. It is not a wee-wee walk. I'm actually doing a round the world virtual triathlon for charity using an iPhone
application in Google Maps
The IT Crowd: The Red Door
Jen: How can you two live like this?
Moss: How can you two...
Roy: Don't Google
the question moss.
The IT Crowd: Smoke and Mirrors
Jen: If you type "google" into Google
, you can break the internet, so please, no one try it, even for a joke.
Jen: Wow, you really know your stuff.
Moss: Thank you.
The Michael J. Fox Show: Pilot
Ian: Starting you-search.net isn't the only reason why I'm back here.
Eve: Yeah, how do I find that again?
Ian: Just Google
Eve: Uh, okay, wait. To get to your search engine, I have to use another search engine?
New Girl: Fluffer
Nick: Yeah, check my Google
history, Jess. It's filled with girls doing deep lunges.
New Girl: Pepperwood
Jess: Investigating? Please. You're just gonna Google
Nick: I am way beyond that.
Schmidt: You're typing his name into Google
. We can all see the screen.
New Girl: Teachers
Ned: It's email@example.com
Coach: At guhmail you mean Gmail
Ned: Oh, is that how you say it?
The Office (US): Launch Party
Phyllis: Angela is worse than usual lately, and we have a party to throw, so I googled
, "How to deal with difficult people."
Once Upon a Time: White Out
Emma: Okay, chocolate, DVDs, ice cream. Red wine? That's one heck of a late night snack, kid.
Henry: It's for my mom.
Emma: I don't drink and sheriff.
Henry: My other mom. I Googled
how to get over a breakup.
Aaron: I used to work at this place called Google
Charlie: That was a computer thing, rihgt?
Aaron: Now it's nothing.
Aaron: $80 million in the bank, and I would trade it all right now for a roll of Charmin