Joan of Arc (Jane Wiedlin)
Before being a matyr, Joan of Arc led exercise classes at the San Dimas mall.
“A most bodacious solider, and general, Ms. Of Arc totally rousted the English from France.”
Beethoven (Clifford David)
Why the music store manager got upset enough from Beethoven rocking out an electric keyboard and attracting customers to call mall security we’ll never know.
“You a musician? Well here, try this.”
Genghis Khan (Al Leong)
He likes women, Twinkies, and sporting goods.
“Would you like a Twinkie, Genghis Khan? Say please. Mmmmm.”
Princess Elizabeth (Kimberley LaBelle) and Princess Joanna (Diane Franklin)
These fair maidens and future band members of Wyld Stallyns are the loves of Bill and Ted.
“We’re to be married to horrible old men today.”
The 3 Most Important People in the World (Clarence Clemons, Martha Davis, Fee Waybill)
Summoning Bill and Ted to do great things, The 3 Most Important People in the World know how to play a mean air-guitar. Even better? Their favorite song is Robbie Robb’s “In Time”.
“It is time. Their separation is imminent.”
Mr. Ryan (Bernie Casey)
Can Bill and Ted possibly earn an “A” from Mr. Ryan? Their history teacher is a straight-laced, fair and balanced dude who is giving them one last chance.
“So Bill, what you’re telling me, essentially, is that Napoleon was a short, dead dude.”
Captain Logan (Hal Landon Jr.)
As Ted’s dad, Captain Logan seems almost excited to ship his son off to Alaska. If only he had his keys…
“I spoke to Colonel Oats this morning. He’s anxious to meet you, Ted.”
Missy Preston (Amy Stock-Poynton)
Bill’s step-mom tries her mightiest to act motherly towards Bill and Ted even though she went to high school with them. Ted even asked her to prom.
“Bill, I’m not taking you anywhere until you do your chores.”