"You totally killed us, you evil metal dickweeds!"
Description: Righteous indignation spoken by teenagers Ted "Theordore" Logan (Keanu Reeves) and Bill S. Preston, Esq. (Alex Winter) in the motion picture Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey (1991).
In the film, two robots from the future who look exactly like Bill and Ted return to the past and kill the boys, so they can take over their lives and thus change the course of history. After the evil doppleganger throw the real Bill and Ted off a cliff, they spit off the cliff on their victims.
Now dead, Dead Bill and Ted find themselves in the presence of an Army Drill sergeant who says, "Welcome to Hell." Negotiating the mazes of the underworld (filled with sappy birthday parties and grannies who want a big, wet kiss), Bill remarks, "This is not what I expected this place to look like at all. Ted concurred, saying, "We got totally lied to by our album covers, man."
When Ted sees The Grim Reaper (William Sadler), he says, "How's it hanging, Death?" Then Bills asks, "Is there anyway we can get out of here." Death replies, "You may challenge me to a contest." Bill and Ted accept the challenge but use things they are familiar with, like the game Battleship and the party game Twister ("Left hand, Red"). Bill and Ted even found the time to give Death a wedgie ("Excuse me, but your shoes are untied.").
|Grim Reaper:||A hit. You have sank my battleship!|
|Dead Bill, Dead Ted:||Excellent! Yeah!|
|Dead Ted:||I totally knew he put it in the J's, dude!|
|Dead Bill:||Good thinking, Ted.|
|Grim Reaper:||You must play me again.|
|Grim Reaper:||Um, best two out of three.|
|Dead Ted:||No way!|
|Grim Reaper:||Yes way!|
Eventually, Death loses the challenge and escorts the boys to Heaven where they meet their Maker (God). "Congratulations on Earth," compliments, Bill. Ted continues, "Not to mention your other great planets: Mars, Jupiter...Uranus."
After a short interview, God gives them permission to return to Earth so the boys can destroy the evil metal robots that killed them and rescue their girfriends ("babes") so they can all attend a most important Battle of the Bands.
Note: The Grim Reaper in Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey (1991) is a spoof of the character in the Swedish motion picture The Seventh Seal (1957) wherein Max Von Sydow, as Antonius Block, a Knight returning from the Crusades plays chess with Death in an attempt to save his life.