By Amy Ryan
Updated October 31, 2005 at 12:00 PM EST
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With the release this week of the Brat Pack collection on DVD (actually, it’s more like the John Hughes-Anthony Michael Hall collection, comprising Sixteen Candles, left, The Breakfast Club, and Weird Science), it’s time to dig deep into the ’80s nostalgia trove for your favorite quotes from each movie — each of which we’re sure you’ve committed to memory.

Breakfast Club is, of course, the most quotable, since it’s pretty much just five kids sitting around talking, and most of the best lines belong to Judd Nelson’s Bender. My top Bender quote: ”I just want to know how one becomes a janitor because Andrew here is very interested in pursuing a career in the custodial arts.” From Candles, I’ve picked Molly Ringwald’s ever popular ”I can’t believe my grandmother actually felt me up.” And from Science, there’s Bill Paxton as bullying big brother Chet, saying, ”How ’bout a nice greasy pork sandwich served in a dirty ashtray?”

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addCredit(“Sixteen Candles: The Kobal Collection”)

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