"Cheers Looking At You" & More Of Colton Underwood's Favorite Movie Quotes

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With all eyes on current Bachelorette Hannah Brown, you may have forgotten about Colton Underwood. Last season's Bachelor and Olympic fence-jumper is very much still dating winner Cassie Randolph, whom he won over after she left the show citing her reluctance to get engaged. Now, though, pictures with the California native make up a majority of Underwood's feed as they document their date nights and jetset to various sunny locations — but apparently neither of those activities include watching Casablanca, because Underwood cannot, for the life of him, quote it.
Twitter user @itsbreadtimebch pointed out on Thursday night that in not one but two Instagram photos, Underwood tried and failed to quote the famous line uttered in the 1942 classic, "Here's looking at you, kid."
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The first picture, taken in early June, reads "cheers to looking at you," while his most recent attempt on Thursday, "cheers to looking at you girl," is somehow is even less accurate.
For clarity's sake:
If Underwood can so significantly bungle one of the most famous lines in history, what do other movie quotes look like when they've gone through his brain and onto Instagram? Let's see.
"There's no place quite like my house!" - The Wizard of Oz, 1939
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NYC with YOU

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"Excuse me I'm walking!" — Midnight Cowboy, 1969
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Let’s have date night and eat pizza every day

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"I'll also have that." — When Harry Met Sally, 1989
"Life is like a box with my mom in it." — Forrest Gump, 1994
"You make me want to be a better man Siri post to Instagram," — As Good as It Gets, 1997
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I didn’t think this one through

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"Working for a better tomorrow, today!" — Taxi Driver, 1976 (??? confusing, because this is actually the slogan of the company in Monsters Inc.)
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To the critics... thank you for a fun year!

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"h̶͖̭̯͓̆̂͗̑̇̌́e̴̡̛̜̭͙͑̒͛̚ͅͅl̷̨̫̠̝̤̮͕̑̑̽͜͝l̷̙̲̱̦̩͖̆̎̓̉͘ọ̷̃͂" — Jerry Maguire, 1996
If it's any consolation, up until perhaps two years ago I thought "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" by Aaron Carter and "Parents Just Don't Understand" by The Fresh Prince were the same song. That's maybe worse? Cheers to looking at you, Colton!
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