Bernie: I think we'd like to move some out of financials and into technologies, maybe a little more Apple
The Decoy Bride
Katie: What's this? iPhone
. Diamond earrings. It's a party bag, isn't it?
Not Another Happy Ending
Roddy: William Wordsworth. Wordsworth was, of course, the first of the Romantics to use a MacBook Pro
Print the Legend
Bre: I'm really inspired by Apple
because they took a mainframe technology and put it on desktops, and so, in many ways, there's a lot of parallels there.
Joseph: They put it in a barn, they hook it up to an iPod
of all things and they played these single note trumpet blasts that they pulled off the internet.
Mariana: If only my head worked as well as my Mac
and I could forget everything with a click.
Evan: Taking siestas and being less competitive, that's really nice, but your iPhone
was not invented in Europe.
Take This Waltz
Daniel: I mean, we've only known each other about five weeks, but if you want to start celebrating anniversaries my birthstone is a 17 inch Macbook
They Came Together
Joel: Hey, look. I got a brand new phone. What is that, an iPhone
? Yeah, I've gotta to to the Apple Store
Darcy: They even took my iPod
Darcy: I just downloaded, like, 30 songs onto there.
Jane: Could you please stop with your iPod
Goody: I mean, guys used to want to sing or paint or write. Now, it's like iPod
hits and webisodes.
Danny: See what's going down now is that all your cell phones and your iPhones
and all the computers are helping them find you.
Renfield: Forget cell phones, forget iPhones
, forget PowerBooks
, forget iPads
Renfild: Now I can do everything I want with my iPad
Stacy: It's okay. We don't have to get the iPad
Julie: What's with all the vinyl? Couldn't figure out how to work an iPod
30 Rock: Black Tie
Josh: Your mom is so stupid she thinks an iMac
is a new hamburger at McDonalds
The Crazy Ones: Pilot
Sydney: Kelly, the reason that I went into advertising, besides my father, was the Apple
commercial of 1987.
Doctor Who: The Power of Three
Doctor: And all around the world people are picking them up and taking them home.
Kate: Like iPads
have dropped out of the sky.
The IT Crowd: The Final Countdown
Roy: Listen, Allister, I just wanted to say, I'm not a window cleaner. No, no. I work in IT. Yeah, yeah, with computers and all that. Macs
? No, I really just work with Windows
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
Douglas: No, do go on and congratulations on getting an iPhone
Moss: There's an iPhone
. Jen. An actual iPhone
Jen: I need your password. I need the password of the translation program.
Moss: Help me get the iPhone
Moss: But it's an iPhone
, Jen. I may be able to get an iPhone
without giving any money to Apple
. I'll be living the dream.
iZombie: The Exterminator
Jerome: His iPod
is still in its dock, okay? If you knew Eddie, you'd know he didn't plan on leaving.
The Middle: The Smile
Brick: Have you guys seen my iPad
Frankie: I know what you're thinking. 80% of our appliances have duct tape on 'em. How the hell did Brick get an iPad
? Well, when a kid really wants something, they chip away at you like a lumberjack on a redwood.
Brick: Can you guys buy me an iPad
Brick: So the iPad
? Yes or no?
Frankie: Brick, the only way you're getting an iPad
is if you're in Steve Jobs' will.
Brick: Dad, can you please get me an iPad
Mike: I'm heating up my coffee with a hair dryer. What do you think?
Brick: I don't think you realize what getting me an iPad
would mean. For example when we go on trips, you wouldn't have to lug around all my books.
Frankie: Are we still talking about that iPad
? You know, it was funny the first 70 times, now it's starting to get old.
Frankie: You can dust all you want, Brick. You're not getting an iPad
Frankie: Yeah, it's a great way to make friends, but you're not getting an iPad
Brick: So I was talking to mom about the iPad
, and she thinks it'd be a great way for me to make friends.
Mike: Friends? I thought you wanted this thing for school.
Brick: Dad liked your friend idea, but he thinks the iPad
should be used more for school.
Brick: Dad's on board with getting the iPad
, but he thinks middle school is a long way off.
Brick: So, since dad thought middle school was so far away, I was just thinking you guys could give me the iPad
for my graduation present.
Frankie: Stop bugging me, both of you. We are not talking about the iPad
, and we are not going to Red Lobster
Brick: Allow me to show you this PowerPoint
presentation of why I should get my iPad
now instead of waiting for graduation.
Mike: Graduation? What are you talking about?
Brick: Mom, said I could get one for graduation. Now keep in mind that this would look a lot better if it were presented on an actual iPad
Brick: So since we have established that you agree that the iPad
would be great for graduation.
Mike: What the hell is going on? We're out on a Wednesday night. We're talking about iPads
. Who are we? New rule-- no one asks for anything unless we're both in the room.
Brick: Okay, so can I have an iPad
Modern Family: Game Changer
Luke: Where's mom.
Phil: You mean the greatest woman in the world? She is standing in line at the Apple
store, making all my birthday wishes come true.
Modern Family: Mistery Date
Claire: Phil, you have two whole days to yourself. Pleas tell me you're not gonna spend them trying to wire the house to your iPad
Phil: Nope, 'cause I've already done it.
Parks and Recreation: Anniversaries
Tom: Why are we wasting our time with these old people anyway? They're like the old version of iTunes
. We're like the new version of iTunes
baby. We're gonna be here forever.
Parks and Recreation: Prom
Leslie: Aw, did you want to DJ, little puppy? I didn't know that little puppies could operate an iPod
with their little puppy paws.
Party Animals: Episode 1
Lobbyist: Scott, you'll be bringing in the obvious Home Office players, but on top of that, though, we need some Tories.
Lobbyist: Listening to Kanye West on their iPods
, hugging hoodies.
Peep Show: Jeremy Makes It
Mark: Boring? What, cos he doesn't go around with a haircut and an iPod
and piercings and a strap-on?
Peep Show: Sistering
Mark: Sarah's broken up with Simon? That's terrible. Never get my iPod
speakers back now. Still, on the bright side, the base response was pretty awful.
Snuff Box: Love Triangle
Priest: Well, I use my girlfriend's Mac
. But given a choice, I'd sling it, I'd buy a PC any day.
Matt: What's wrong with Macs
Priest: Well, they're aimed at kids and posers, aren't they? You want a computer that looks like a computer, not a f@#$ing cigarette case.
Matt: So why would you say something stupid like that?
Priest: Because I don't like f@#$ing Macs
Matt: What kind of computer do you use, Rich?
Rich: Oh, I use a Mac
. They're much better for making my squirrel movies.
Matt: Exactly. And you prefer the Mac
Rich: Oh, yeah, like I said...
Matt: Not you, you prick. The condemned chap.
Condemned Man: I've used both.
Matt: You'll have to speak up, fellow, I can't hear you with that white hood on.
Condemned Man: I've used both at work. But to be honest if push came to shove I'd never use a Mac
. Not only do they look odd...
Matt: Not only do they look odd, but they... Ooh, my neck hurts.