quimp

quimp

(kʍɪmp)
n. a total jerk; a social outcast. (Also a term of address.) I don’t want to live in a dorm full of quimps.
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With Sigourney Weaver, Ryan Phillippe and Douglas McGrath as Quimp the super spy.
Allen Quimp Douglas McGrath Daisy Quimp Sigourney Weaver Crocker Johnson John Turturro Fidel Castro Anthony LaPaglia Rudolph Petrov Ryan Phillippe Fry Denis Leary Lowther Woody Allen Gen.
Pic begins, in the wake of the Bay of Pigs debacle, with a two-senator panel interrogating CIA officer Allen Quimp (co-scripter/co-helmer Douglas McGrath).
She and her dad badger Quimp mercilessly to get a big-bucks managerial post in Manhattan.
While in the steam bath at the Valencia Country Club with his father-in-law, Quimp avers that teaching is just a cover for his real job in the CIA.
The CIA ends up welcoming Quimp into the fold so the agency can take credit for Petrov's move.
Quimp is shipped to "a Third World backwater" -- Cuba -- where local CIA station chief Lowther (Woody Allen) says that Quimp's predecessor, Crocker Johnson, was a lunatic who kept insisting the island was on the brink of armed revolution, and that there's a mole, Agent X, passing secrets to the Russians.
The movie's plot follows Allen Quimp (McGrath), a 1960's high school teacher who becomes a CIA spy and finds himself in Cuba embroiled in a plot to overthrow Castro.
Also known as jarns, nittles, and quimp Rasceta The creases on the inside of your wrist L'esprit d'escalier Moment an excellent retort comes to mind but too late for the argument.