Movie-Word

'BLAME' in a movie sentence | examples for 'BLAME' from movies

Ross: After what I did? Can you blame her?

"Friends", season 5, episode 6

ROSS: Look, don't blame us. You guys coulda been there, you know.

"Friends", season 2, episode 5

Rachel: (pause as she realizes her lame attempt to shift the blame has failed) I am so hot for you right now.

"Friends", season 7, episode 12

Ross: Don’t blame the questions!

"Friends", season 4, episode 12

Monica: Hey, don't blame me for wigging tonight!

"Friends", season 5, episode 5

Joey: Don’t blame me, I saw it on The Discovery Channel.

"Friends", season 4, episode 1

CHANDLER: You know, it's funny when my parents got divorced, they sent me to this shrink, and she told me that all kids have a tendency to blame themselves. But in your case it's actually kinda true.

"Friends", season 2, episode 11

Monica: I blame London.

"Friends", season 5, episode 1

Joey: Y’know I blame Ross for this.

"Friends", season 8, episode 7

Rachel: Okay Phoebe calm down, there’s no need to place blame. Okay? (To the fireman) I warned her about those candles.

"Friends", season 6, episode 18

Ross: Well, can you blame her?

"Friends", season 7, episode 13

Joey: I don’t know. Just uh, just tell ‘em it was a mix-up with the invitations, or—No-no-no! Blame it on the post office. They hate the post office. And the Irish! But I don’t think you can blame it on them so… (He dials the phone and hands it to Monica.)

"Friends", season 7, episode 20

Ross: (just trying to get out of the conversation) Ah well, can’t blame a guy for trying!

"Friends", season 6, episode 9

Monica: Can you blame him?

"Friends", season 7, episode 16

Joey: And-and you won’t blame us for any damage? (Gives Phoebe a thumbs up.)

"Friends", season 8, episode 3

Tag: (entering) Yeah? (She holds up the folder) You found them!! (Rachel is not amused, because she’s still going to try to blame him for her mistake like every ‘good’ boss.) Y’know what? I’m not even going to gloat. I’m just really relived this whole thing is over.

"Friends", season 7, episode 12

Phoebe: (hides her mouth behind the cup and speaks in the "pigeon voice" from before) Coo, again. Don't blame the pretty lady. It was not her fault. It was me, the pigeon, coo! (pause) Seriously, stop staring at her.

"Friends", season 9, episode 18

Chandler: Allright, fine, but don't blame me if it doesn't work. Because you know as well as I do that once Joey sets his mind on something, more often than not, he's going to have sex with it.

"Friends", season 9, episode 12

Chandler: I'm not sure what they did, but I'm inclined to blame Enron.

"Friends", season 9, episode 16

Manny: Oh we blew it. I blame myself.

"Friends", season 9, episode 17

Monica: And I blame you too.

"Friends", season 9, episode 17

Joey: Then I blame you! Yeah! That's right! You threw me off with all your slapping!

"Friends", season 10, episode 3

Joey: I'm sorry! (He stands up) This never happened to me before! I'm an expert at taking off bras! I can do it with one hand! I can do it with my eyes closed! One time I just looked at one, and it popped open! I blame your bra!

"Friends", season 10, episode 3

Ross: Don’t blame the questions!

"Friends", season 10, episode 10

Joey: All right, fine... But if I enjoy this, you have only yourself to blame... (Chandler turns his back to the TV. Joey puts the tape in the VCR, switches it on and watches what's on the tape... It's clearly a american football match, with the referee's whistle blowing, the crowds cheering...)

"Friends", season 9, episode 7

Chandler: Oh, who should I blame? The nice bell man who had to drag out luggage to 10 different rooms?

"Friends", season 5, episode 5

Monica: No! Listen, I’m not gonna go through this with you again, okay. Just once I wanna beat when you can’t blame it on the broken nose, the buzzer, or the fact that you thought you were getting mono. Let’s just call this, tie score and it’s halftime.

"Friends", season 3, episode 9

[Scene: Rachel's bedroom, Rachel, entering selfish mode, is thanking Ross for wrongly taking the entire blame of the breakup; as if she had absolutely nothing to do with it.]

"Friends", season 4, episode 21