Shaun of the Dead (2004)

Directed by: Edgar Wright

Written by: Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright


Simon Pegg .... Shaun
Kate Ashfield .... Liz
Nick Frost .... Ed
Lucy Davis .... Dianne
Dylan Moran .... David
Nicola Cunningham .... Mary
Penelope Wilton .... Barbara

Special Appearance:

Bill Nighy .... Philip

Release Dates: Theatrical: April 9, 2004 (U.K); July 30, 2004 (Iceland); August 11, 2004 (Belgium); August 12, 2004 (Netherlands); September 3, 2004 (Norway); Limited Theatrical: September 24, 2004 (USA)






A depressed businessman named Shaun (Simon Pegg) tires to win back his ex-girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield) and reconciling his relationship with his mother Barbara (Penelope Winton). But he encounters people dying and ambulances rolling by as well as some locals walking awkwardly plus important news announcements.
He avoids most of this but one of his roomates Pete (Peter Serafinowicz) claimed that someone bit him and the next day he enocunters that his neighborhood is invaded by zombies including his roomie Pete.
Shaun and his other roomate Ed (Nick Frost) tries to survive the invasion by rescuing Barbara and Liz from the zombie invasion. They also try to pretend to be zombies in order to stay alive but imitate them badly while trying to enter a deserted lounge to hide out from them.
However, they aren't safe for long as they start attacking and eating them one by one.


The film starts off very witty with the character Shaun in the dumps of having girl trouble going to a bar as well as hanging out with his bud Ed playing video games as well as spotting some locals turning into zombies which seems impressive looking like an everyday town but something odd about what's happening.
There's also good surprised shots on Shaun when he is riding a bus and spotting by what he discovers which looked energised.
A nice energetic moment with supporting character
Pete behaving obnoxious towards both Shaun and Ed with Shaun himself back talking him and a nice blocking motion on Pete about to hit him and then Shaun stopping him and trying to act reasonable with him too. Then there's a good moment on Pete when he discusses his arm bitten by someone which looked impressive too.
Then of course there's many moments with Shaun and Ed hanging out at the bar after hours with a zombie tapping on a window in which people thinks its a drunken local or spotting a homeless zombie on the street with Shaun thinking he's begging for money when he returns from a corner store that's deserted in which I had a few chuckles while watching this but at the same time looked very creepy cause the dead started to rise and invade this town.
Then there's the obnoxious 3rd roomate Pete who gets aggressive with these two partying alot and making noise as well as telling them about some freak biting his arm in which is impressive knowing that this isn't a person no longer alive like he thinks that bit him and he will be the next to turn which was well put in.

There's some more laughs when Shaun is struggling from a female zombie and Ed asks them to stop for a picture he was planning to take which adds some nice comedy as well as the gloomy horror along with them trying to battle these zombies with throwing records of bad rock groups at them which seemed funny too but at the same time disturbing since LPs are total collectors items.
Then both Shaun and Ed call upstairs to Pete seeing if he's okay but there's no answer which offers some dark comedy along with a chill down your spine knowing that something isn't right.
Next you know Shaun talks about his plan to rescue his family and ex-girlfriend with a hallucination on what he's going to do which looks incredibly clever for the story and once again making up for a zombie invasion tragedy by adding alot of wit to this all.
A nice shot on a shower curtain with Pete turning around showing zombielike eyes which looked creepy.
There's a good shot on Shaun slowly entering a TV room with a paddle about to whack it at supporting character Philip sleeping on a couch with a good close up shot zooming around his head.
A good shot on Shaun talking to Barbara having a disagreement as a son and mother which looked quite good when he tells her they need to go as well as a good shot on Philip groaning by entering the room and then talking to them which looked impressive too.
Alot of this seemed overly comedic but then it gets more serious with the zombie invasion of a small town area and great battling moments too along with the surviviors trying to pretend to be zombies to get through the living dead crowd which seemed quite clever to the story even if there was still comedy in this too.
But then it gets really serious and the horror really comes together when everyone starts to hide out in a deserted lounge that's boarded up when they try to ward off the zombies
with great action shots on them coming up and attacking with terrific fight sequences on Shaun using his paddle and whacking them which looked energetic as well as a good close up camera shot looking down on Philip with a zombie biting his neck with him hollering in pain which looked quite intense.
Plus there's many sad and touching moments between tow people bonding their relationship when one of them is bitten and knows they're going to die and turn into a zombie which can make you cry that it was well performed and written.
A nice shot on both Shaun and Philip in a passenger car seat together with Phil himself slowly dying and a good discussion with him to tell him how fond he was with him which looked believeably touching but then when he suddenly dies it looks a little too obvious.
A nice moment with Dianne standing there and coaching the others on how to act like a zombie in order to try and survive through the zombie crowd. There's also good campy shots on them acting that way through the street towards a building as well as them trying to get into the building which looked energetic and struggling.
There's good shots on the zombies staring at them and then trying to attack them along with more good shots on people like David smashing through a window with panic revealing which looked hyped up.
A great moment with Barbara talking weakly towards Shaun after he finds out she was bitten which looked sad, touching and emotional along with her dying with him crying in tears which looked incredibly powerful. Then there's a good moment with David pointing a shotgun telling him that she will end up as a zombie along with Shaun going ballistic and holding a sharp glass towards him along with another shot on Ed holding something sharp towards him getting aggressive. Plus there's a great moment on Liz getting aggressive and straight forward on everything which all of this was terrifically done.
A good shot on Barbara rising up with her dark eyes as well as a good shot on Shaun getting emotional while holding a rifle to her which looked terrifically done.
A nice shot on Shaun sucker punching David with a good shot on him falling to the ground.
There's a great shot on the zombies crashing through a window and pulling David away.
There's lots of good shots on Shaun, Liz and Ed dodging from zombies and trying to shoot them along with a good close up shot on a bunch biting Ed with him hollering in pain which looked good along with Shaun freaking out after this is happening.
There's a nice silent moment on Shaun taking to Ed with some touching moments before he dies and turns into a zombie which looked like a believeable friendship with their last words on the two of them and nice camera shots on them doing this.

It's got a great ending unlike any of Romero's zombie films and I love it when there's talk shows discussing people keeping their loved one's as zombie's which makes me laugh too since it delivers alot of tongue in cheek. The very ending the best when Shaun manages to keep his best friend tied up as he is already a zombie and plays video games with him.
Bottom line is that this film was a spoof on George A. Romero's zombie flicks but they try to make this one quite uplifting and it works. Check this film out, you'll laugh and get a terror out of it at the same time as well as maybe cry too. It inspired many other zombie spoof flicks too.

The acting is terrific as we have lead actor Simon Pegg (Shaun) who brings out alot of terrific characterisitcs as a bummed out businessman. He shows alot of great comedic timing with his actions along with great intense and angered expressions. He brings out alot of good sad emotional moments when he needed to and really came across as someone who is believeable by doing this along with his battling moments too. A great emotional moment with him crying to his onscreen friend whom is dying. He was the best out of the whole cast and really knew his stuff as the title character for the film.
Kate Ashfield
(Liz) really brought on a terrific no bullshit attitude as well as bringing a nice toughness and straight forward attitude to her role. She brings out some great characterisitics with everything that she did in her part of the story.
Nick Frost
(Ed) was quite an attention grabber as the stalky fellow who knew on how to act like a goof but yet a real charming and likeable type of fellow in which he brought alot of great spunk to the set with everything. He also had the perfect looks for this kind of role too and I found his character in the flick the best ever and he really studied this part inside out.
Dylan Moran
(David) was one of the most effective key roles in the flick as a dweeby type in which he knew on how to act real hyped up in his performance in which he seems to really draw attention to the viewers who watched this film. He knew how to portray a nice comedic and horror type of personality into one with what he had to do. He was highly intense by freaking out when some onscreen zombies are dragging him away.
Penelope Wilton
(Barbara) was another perfect drawing card as the heads in the clouds type of mother in the film who was very high spirited. She brought this all together perfectly and really knew on how to show a great loving side when everything started to get serious with the zombie invasion. She really makes you want to love her for sure and made her part the most believeable too.

A steel pipe goes through a woman zombie's stomach
There is another armless zombie
Lots of gruesome bloody looking zombies
A neck is bitten open.
A man's guts are being torn open and eaten.

There's some odd guitar twanging in some spots with everyone trying to find a way on surviving the zombie massacre's. We also hear some odd banging and scraping sounds along with some of the hissings too.

During a moment with a juke box playing as well as the closing credits we hear a classic hit from the pomp rock band Queen with "You're My Best Friend" which seemed to suit it well due to the lyrics which seems to relate to the story as well as other bitchin' rock songtracks that were used as well for this film.

Shaun: It's not that I don't wanna spend time with you, cause I do. It's just... Ed doesn't have too many friends.
Ed: Can I get... any of you cunts... a drink?

Shaun: Come and get it! It's a running buffet!
Shaun: All you can eat!

Ed: Any zombies out there?
Shaun: Don't say that!
Ed: What?
Shaun: That!
Ed: What?
Shaun: The zed-word. Don't say it!
Ed: Why not?
Shaun: Because it's ridiculous!
Ed: Well...are they any?
Shaun: [looking out the door mail slot, he sees an empty street] I don't see any. Maybe it's not as bad as all that.
Shaun: [turns his head and sees a pack of zombies] Oh, no, wait, there they are.

Ed: Hey, Shaun, look who it is!

Ed: [after Shaun hits zombie with butt of rifle] You could have just shot him.

Shaun: [in concerned tone] Mum, have you been bitten?
Barbara: No, but Philip has.
Shaun: Oh, OK.
Ed: [concerned] Has she been bitten?
Shaun: No, Philip has.
Ed: Oh, OK.

Shaun: [about Ed] He's not my boyfriend!
Ed: [handing beer to Shaun] It might be a bit warm, the cooler was off.
Shaun: Thanks, babe.

Shaun: Did you know that on several occasions... he touched me?
[long pause as Barbara turns to look at Shaun]
Shaun: That wasn't true. Made it up. Shouldn't have done that. Sorry.

David: I'm not staying here.
Liz: David, don't, that's suicide.
Ed: I think you should go.

Ed: Who died and made you fucking king of the zombies?

Ed: [pulls the car up] What's up, niggas?

Ed: Shoot the gun!
Shaun: For the last time, Ed, it's not...
[gun misfires]
Ed: I fucking knew it!

[looking through Shaun's LPs for suitable records to throw at two approaching zombies]
Ed: Purple Rain?
Shaun: No.
Ed: Sign o' the Times?
Shaun: Definitely not.
Ed: The Batman soundtrack?
Shaun: Throw it.

[repeated line]
Shaun: He's not my Dad, he's my stepdad!

Ed: We're coming to get you, Barbara!

Ed: Don't forget to kill Philip!

Pete: It's four in the fucking morning!
Shaun: It's Saturday!
Pete: No, it's not. It's fucking Sunday. And I've got to go to fucking work in four fucking hours 'cos every other fucker in my fucking department is fucking ill! Now can you see why I'm SO FUCKING ANGRY?
Ed: Fuck, yeah!

Shaun: Ohh, for God's sake! He's got an arm off!

Ed: What's the plan then?
Shaun: Right.
[Cuts to dream sequence]
Shaun: We take Pete's car, we drive over to mum's, we go in, take care of Phillip - "I'm so sorry Phillip". - then we grab mum, we go over to Liz's place, hole up, have a cup of tea and wait for this whole thing to blow over.
Ed: Why have we got to go to Liz's?
Shaun: Because we do.
Ed: But she dumped you!
Shaun: I have to know if she's all right!
Ed: Why?
Shaun: Because I love her!
Ed: All right... gayyy... I'm not staying there, though.
Shaun: Why not?
Ed: If we hole up, I wanna be somewhere familiar, I wanna know where the exits are, and I wanna be allowed to smoke.
Shaun: Okay.
[cuts to dream sequence again]
Shaun: We take Pete's car, go around mum's, go in, deal with Phillip - "Sorry Phillip!" - grab mum, go to Liz's, pick her up, bring her back here, have a cup of tea and wait for this whole thing to blow over.
Ed: Perfect!
Shaun: No, no, no, no, no, wait, we can't bring her back here.
Ed: Why not?
Shaun: Well, it's not really safe, is it?
Ed: Yeah, look at the state of it.
Shaun: Where's safe? where's familiar?
Ed: Where can I smoke?
[Shaun and Ed pause then slowly make a realization]
Shaun: [cuts to dream sequence a third time] Take car. Go to mum's. Kill Phil - "Sorry." - grab Liz, go to the Winchester, have a nice cold pint, and wait for all of this to blow over. How's that for a slice of fried gold?
Ed: Yeah, boyyyeee!
[Shaun and Ed clang weapons together]

[repeated line]
Shaun: Ed, this is serious!

Shaun: Do you want anything from the shop?
Ed: Cornetto.

Barbara: [Over the phone] Some men tried to get into the house.
Shaun: Well are they still there?
Barbara: [Over the phone] I'm not sure, we've shut the curtains.

Shaun: [Hands Liz flowers] Got you these.
Liz: [Liz reads label] "To a wonderful mum"?
Shaun: [Sniggers] Oooh! Yeah, that's, because... I thought, it would be, funny, because of what you said last night about me y'know, don't wanna be my mum and that. It's just a little joke, just sort of spur of the moment...
Liz: [Long pause] They're for your mum, aren't they?
Shaun: Yeah.
Liz: Smooth

Dianne: I don't think he'd leave us Davs.
David: Wouldn't he? Lizzy, how can you put your faith in a man you spectacularly binned for being unreliable? A man who's idea of a romantic nightspot and an impenetrable fortress are the same thing. It's... This is a pub! We are in a pub! What are we going to do?

Shaun: [about Ed] I've known him since primary school, you know? I like having him around, he's a laugh.
Pete: What, because he can impersonate an orangutan? Fuck-a-doodle-doo!
Shaun: Oh, leave him alone.
Pete: Alright, I admit, he can pretty funny on occasion. Like that time we stayed up all night drinking apple Schnappes and playing Tekken 2.
Shaun: Oh yeah.
Shaun: When was that?
Pete: [laughing] That was five years ago. When's he going home?

Shaun: [About Ed] He has sold a bit of weed ounce and a then.
Pete: Yeah. you!

[after the gun fires in the pub, proving Ed correct]
Shaun: Okay. But dogs CAN look up!

Shaun: They still out there?
[Ed checks, revealing two zombies scratching at the window]
Ed: Yeah. What you think we should do?
Shaun: Have a sit down?

[on leaving the front door open]
Pete: Now, I'm not saying it was you.
Shaun: I know, man...
Pete: I'm saying it was Ed.
Shaun: Right.

[on Philip's Jaguar]
Shaun: Philip, have you still got the child-locks on?
Philip: Safety first, Shaun.

[describing the zombies]
Dianne: Just look at the face: it's vacant, with a hint of sadness. Like a drunk who's lost a bet.

[trying to call the emergency services]
Ed: Shaun, what's going on?
Shaun: Shit, it's engaged!
Ed: How about an ambulance?
Shaun: It's engaged, Ed.
Ed: A fire engine?
Shaun: It's one number, Ed, and it's busy! Okay? What you want a fire engine for, anyway?
Ed: Anything with flashing lights, you know?

Liz: It's just that with Ed here, it's no wonder I always bring my flatmates out, and then that only exacerbates things.
Shaun: What you mean?
Liz: Well, you guys hardly get on, do you?
Shaun: No... what does 'exacerbate' mean?

[a jukebox begins playing Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" while the zombie Pub owner attacks the group]
Shaun: Who the hell put this on?
Ed: It's on random.
Liz: For fuck's sake!

David: You still haven't met his mum?
Shaun: Not yet!
Dianne: Don't you get on with your mum, Shaun?
Shaun: It's not that I don't get on with her....
David: Are you ashamed of your mum, Shaun?
Shaun: No! I love my mum!
Ed: I love his mum too.
Shaun: Ed!
Ed: [singing] She's like butter!
Shaun: Ed!

[Shaun is surprised to see that Liz has a pack of cigarettes]
Liz: You left them at my place.
Shaun: Yeah, in the bin!
Liz: I was desperate.
Shaun: Sneaky monkey...

Ed: [repeated] I got nothing.

[Ed pulls the car over after doing a couple of 360s]
Ed: Whoa, mama!
Shaun: Christ! What the hell do you think you're doing?
Ed: Chill out. Everyone's all right.
Shaun: Stop telling me to chill out!

[Shaun and Ed pull up to Barbara's house and sees Philip's Jaguar in the driveway]
Ed: Oh! Hello! Who's a pretty boy, then?
[wolf whistle]
Ed: You didn't tell me Barbara had a Jag. I've always wanted to drive one of those.
Shaun: Yeah, well, it's Philip's, okay? He won't let anybody near it. Honestly, I put half a Mars bar in the glove box once and he chased me around the garden with a bit of wood.
Ed: Fuck. It's gorgeous.

Trisha Goddard: ["I Married A Zombie" sketch] Do you go to bed with it?

Ed: It's not hip-hop, it's electro. Prick. Next time I see him, he's dead.

David: We're in a pub! What're we going to do now?
Ed: Get a round in?

Shaun: David, kill the Queen!
David: What?
Shaun: The jukebox!

[Shaun is channel hopping]
[Channel 4 News]
Krishnan Guru-Murthy: Though no one official is prepared to comment, religious groups are calling it Judgement Day. There's...
[VH1, playing "Panic" by The Smiths]
Morrissey: ...Panic on the streets of London...
[ITV News]
Newsreader: an increasing number of reports of...
Commentator: ...serious attacks on...
[Channel Five News]
Newsreader: ...people, who are literally being...
[Nature documentary, leopards eating a gazelle]
Narrator: ...eaten alive.
[Sky News]
Jeremy Thompson: Witnesses' reports at best are sketchy, but one unifying detail seems to be that the attackers in many instances appear to be...
Vernon Kaye: ...dead excited to have with us here a sensational chart topping...

Ed: Big Al says so.
Shaun: Yeah, but Big Al says dogs can't look up!

Barbara: It's been a funny sort of day, hasn't it?

[repeated line]
Various: You've got red on you.

Liz: You hang out with my friends? Sorry, a failed actress and a twat?
Shaun: Well, that's a bit harsh.
Liz: Your words, Shaun!
Shaun: I did NOT call Dianne a failed actress!

Shaun: Pete? Pete?
Ed: Why don't we just go up?
Shaun: No, don't go up there!
Ed: Why not?
Shaun: Because A, he might be one of them, and B, he might still be annoyed. Pete? Maybe he went into work.
Ed: Well, how come he didn't drive? His keys are still here.
Shaun: Well, maybe he got a lift; he said he wasn't feeling very well. Pete?
[There is a pause]
Shaun, Ed: [together] He's not in.

[Shaun and Ed back up to the body of a man they've just hit and Shaun rolls down his window]
Shaun: Are you all right?
Ed: Come on, let's just go.
Shaun: Hello?
Ed: He's going to be dead either way.
Shaun: Ed, that's not the point!
[the body rises and moans, zombified, at Shaun and Ed]
Shaun: Oh, well, thank God for that.

Ed: Cock it!

Liz: Liz: It'd be nice if we could...
Ed: Fuck!
Liz: ...spend a bit more time together...
Ed: Bollocks!
Liz: ...just the two of us...
Ed: Cock it!

Liz: [David is pointing a gun at Barbara and Shaun is trying to stop him] CAN WE PLEASE... JUST CALM... THE FUCK... DOWN!

Shaun: He's a laugh, alright?
[about Ed]
Pete: What, because he can impersonate an orangutan? Fuck-a-doodle-doo, Shaun!

Ed: You gonna thank me then?
Shaun: For what?
Ed: Tidying up!
Shaun: Doesn't look that tidy.
Ed: Well, I had a few beers when I finished.

David: What are we going to eat?
Dianne: Toasties!
David: Great. Saved by nibbles.

[after Shaun gets shouted at by Liz]
David: Basically, I'd say your nine lives are up, Shaun
Shaun: Get fucked, four eyes! Why don't you go out with her if you love her so much?
[storms off]
David: Well, I don't know what he meant by that.
[uncomfortable silence]

Shaun: As Mr. Sloan always says, there is no "I" in team, but there is an "I" in pie. And there's an "I" in meat pie. Meat is the anagram of team.... I don't know what he was talking about.

Shaun: If you get cornered...
[hits himself on head with cricket bat]
Shaun: ...bash 'em in the head, that seems to work. Ow.

Shaun: Mum, look, what would you say if I told you that over the years Philip's been quite unkind to me?
Barbara: Well you weren't always the easiest person to live with.
Shaun: Mum, he chased me around the garden with a bit of wood!
Barbara: Well you did call him a you-know-what!
Shaun: Oh what, did he tell you that?
Barbara: Yes he did.
Shaun: Motherfucker!
Barbara: Shaun!
Shaun: Sorry mother... mum!

Barbara: My, how you've grown!
Ed: Yeah, you'd better believe it.

Liz: Well... is it clear?
Shaun: No.
Liz: How many?
Shaun: Lots.
[pan up to show a horde of zombies behind the fence]

[after Phillip has been bitten]
Philip: You didn't call the doctor, did you?
Barbara: Well, I thought we ought to be on the safe side.
Philip: I'm quite all right, Barbara, I ran it under a cold tap.
Barbara: I really think...
Philip: We had our jabs when we went to the Isle of Wight. It's a bunch of overblown nonsense, a bunch of drug nuts running wild.

[before killing Pete, who's attacking Ed]
Shaun: I said, "Leave him alone!"

Shaun: You're the one that's gone from being a chartered accountant to Charlton Heston!
David: I'm not a chartered accountant!
Shaun: Well, you look like one!
David: I'm a lecturer.
Shaun: You're a twat!

Ed: Do you want your messages?
Shaun: What?
Ed: Well, your mum rang about you going around tomorrow night, and then Liz rang about the two of you eating out tonight, and then your mum rang back to see if I wanted to eat her out tonight.
Shaun: *What*?

[Repeated exchange]
Yvonne: Shaun! How are you doing?
Shaun: Surviving.

[first lines]
John: Last orders, please!

[last lines]
Videogame Voice: Player two has entered the game.
[Ed tries to bite Shaun]
Shaun: Ed!
Ed: [groans]

Videogame Voice: [as Shaun sits down next to Ed who's playing a videogame and presses a button on the joypad] Player 2 has entered the game.
Ed: Don't you have work?
Videogame Voice: [Shaun presses a button again and gets up] Player 2 has left the game.

Shaun: Would anyone like... a peanut?

Dianne: Daffs is always taking me to see these little buildings, and I'm always dragging him to the theatre.

Shaun: All right, I've got a car outside, but it's going to be a bit cramped, so has anyone got transport?
Dianne: Yes, yes!
Shaun: Great, where?
Dianne: Oh? No, well I passed my test.

Ed: [while disguised as a zombie, his phone rings]
[others look horrified]
Ed: Two seconds!
[he chats on his phone until Shaun knocks it out of his hand]
Ed: Oi! What are you doing?
Shaun: [shouts] What am I doing? What are you doing, you stupid moron?
Ed: Fuck off!
Shaun: [shouts] You fuck off! Fuck fucking off! I've spent my whole life sticking my neck out for you and all you ever do is fuck things up! Fuck things up and make me look stupid! Well, I'm not going to let it happen any more. OK? Not today!
Liz: Shaun!
Shaun: What?
[sees the hundreds of zombies staring at them]
Shaun: Oh.

[repeated line]
Ed: Two seconds!

Ed: [after him and shawn leave the pub, and see two people necking] Hey, luv!
[calls to woman]
Ed: Haven't had your tea yet?
[as him and Shawn turn away laughing, man's head falls off his shoulders]

Shaun: [looking behind Ed's shoulder at the old woman in the pub] All right, what about her, then?
Ed: [looking back at her, then to Shaun] Ooooooh...cockacidal maniac. Ex-porn star. She's done it all. They say she starred in the world's first interracial hardcore loop....
[moves his hands to indicate sex]
Ed: Café au lait...
[points at Shaun]
Ed: ...pour vous!

Shaun: [to a girl in the garden] Excuse me?
[no response]
Shaun: Excuse me?
[no response]
Shaun: Hellew?
[no response]
Ed: [picks up a pebble and throws it off her back] Oi!
[girl turns round, a zombie]
Shaun: Oh, my God! She's so drunk!

Ed: I'm sorry, Shaun.
Shaun: It's OK.
Ed: No, I'm *sorry*, Shaun.
Shaun: What?
[smells Ed's fart]
Shaun: Oh, God, that's rotten!
Ed: I'll stop doing them when you stop laughing!
Shaun: I'm not laughing!

Shaun: No matter what you might think, okay, I do not find it difficult to keep my work and my social life separate.
Worker: Shaun, it's Liz for you.
[hands him the phone]

Shaun: [getting ready to go to Mum's] I gotta do a wee first.

Liz: Goodbye, Ed. Love you.
Ed: Cheers!
Shaun: I love you too, Ed.
Ed: Gaaayy!

Ed: See? You don't need Liz to have a good time.
Shaun: Oh, don't, man.
Ed: No! Go ahead, look at me. Can I just say one more thing? I'm not gonna say, you know, there's plenty more fish in the sea. I'm not going to say if you love her, let her go. And I'm not going to bombard you with clichés. But what I will say is this?
Ed: It's not the end of the world.

Yvonne: [repeated Line] Oh, my God! Shaun!

Shaun: As Bertrand Russell once said, "The only thing that will redeem mankind is cooperation." I think we can all appreciate the relevance of that now.
Liz: Was that on a beer mat?
Shaun: Yeah, it was Guinness Extra Cold.
Liz: I won't say anything.
Shaun: Thanks.