5 Bill Murray Zombieland Quotes That Will Not Help You Survive

Wednesday, October 26 by George Root

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Bill Murray "Zombieland" quotes are some of the funniest parts of the entire movie. Even though this comedy legend is only in the movie for a few short moments, the Bill Murray "Zombieland" quotes stand out as the most memorable lines in the production. Let's take a look at the funniest of the Bill Murray "Zombieland" quotes to get an idea of what it sounds like when a comedy legend is at work.

"Garfield, maybe." After Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) shoots Bill Murray in the chest with a shotgun because he believes Murray is a zombie, he asks Murray if he has any regrets. This Bill Murray "Zombieland" quote sounds like a set up by Bill Murray, or the "Zombieland" producers, to take a shot at a bad flick. But Murray responds with his regrettable performance in the terrible movie "Garfield."

"Is that how you say 'Hello' where you come from?" In a world filled with zombies, and zombie-fearing people like Columbus, Bill Murray decides that a good trick to play on Columbus would be to sneak up on him as a zombie. This Bill Murray "Zombieland" quote happens after Murray's brilliant plan results in a gaping gunshot wound to the chest.

"Zombies don't mess with other zombies." One of the brilliant things about Bill Murray quotes is how matter-of-fact they are. When Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) first sees Bill Murray, Murray looks like a zombie. After Tallahassee attacks Murray, he realizes that Murray is only acting like a zombie. When asked why he is doing that, this is how Murray responds. The tone is conversational and pretty hilarious.

"I just saw Eddie Van Halen. He's a zombie." Once again, the deliberate delivery of these Bill Murray "Zombieland" quotes makes them that much funnier. Murray is explaining how he was able to play golf and see Eddie Van Halen at the Hollywood Bowl, all because Murray made himself look like a zombie. The problem is that Eddie Van Halen really was a zombie, and that means that the show was probably more fun than a regular Van Halen show.

"In the immortal words of Jean-Paul Sartre, 'Au revoir, Gopher.'" As Bill Murray is passing away from the shotgun wound, Tallahassee is trying to recite this Bill Murray line from the movie "Caddyshack." When Tallahassee can't get the line right, Bill Murray does it for him and then passes away.

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