Ed Helms’ Most Memorable One-Liners

“Hey Phil, Am I missing a tooth?”

We're celebrating one of Dunder-Mifflin's most legendary employees with a rundown of his best one-liners.

“Hey Phil, Am I missing a tooth?”
The Hangover (2009) 

Ed kicked off his movie career as Stu in The Hangover. After his best friend’s bachelor party in Las Vegas, Phil, Stu, and Alan awaken to find they have no memory of the night before.

“Oh? my orca? Yeah I bought an orca… I make a lot of money.” 
We’re the Millers (2013) 

As wealthy drug lord Brad Gurdlinger, Ed requests small time drug dealer David to smuggle only a "smidge" of marijuana to Mexico... which turns out to be a whole RV full of weed. His true intentions soon come to light… as well his kinda weird love for whales. 

“Look what your dad rented, that’s a 2015 Tartan Prancer… Tartan’s the Honda of Albania.” 
Vacation (2015) 

Ed stars as family-oriented Rusty Griswold, who wants his family to have the vacation he never had. Memories prompt him to abandon his family's annual trip to their cabin in Cheboygan, Michigan and instead drive cross country to Walley World, just like he did with his parents and sister. And a road trip just isn't a road trip without a classic SUV. 

“I don’t trust people with ponytails.” 
Cedar Rapids (2011) 

Tim Lippe is an extremely naïve insurance agent: He has never stayed in a hotel, has never flown in a plane, and has never even left his Wisconsin hometown. When Chosen to represent his company at a convention in Iowa, Tim meets three veteran attendees who set him on course for a life changing weekend of wild times, one of which includes indoor rock climbing, which doesn’t go quite to plan when there’s only one person able to help him down.

“She’s our mom…” 
Father Figures (2017) 

Along with Owen Wilson, Ed stars as one half of the Reynolds brothers, whose eccentric mother raised them to believe their father had died when they were children. When they discover this to be a lie, they set out together to find their real father, and end up learning more about their mother than they probably ever wanted to know, leading to one of Ed’s most repeated lines in the film. 

The Office (2005-2013) 

Both The Office's most annoying and funniest character, Andy Bernard's love for theatrical singing, along with a grovelling attitude toward his superiors and anger management issues is a perfect recipe for LOLs. This memorable line comes after Andy completes a hilarious stunt in the office.

“I don’t fear death Jerry, and I’m not gonna give this up… till I die” 
Tag (2018) 

For one month every year, five highly competitive friends hit the ground running for a no-holds-barred game of tag - risking their necks, their jobs and their relationships to take one another down. Ed stars as the hilarious Hoagie, having been the last one tagged in the previous year, he recruits Bob, the CEO of an insurance company, and then Chilli and Kevin for one last attempt to tag Jerry, who's never been tagged thanks to his strong athleticism and intelligence. But Hoagie is on a mission - and will do whatever it takes.   

Tag is out now to Download & Keep and comes to DVD November 5.

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