Tom Wolfe or Teen Wolf?

Does the quote come from Tom Wolfe (or one of his books) or the raucous 1985 Michael J. Fox comedy (not the Jason Bateman sequel, the enjoyable cartoon series, or the MTV revival)? I will stand under the basket and stare at you menacingly while you attempt to answer the following questions.

1 of 9
"I didn't want to have to hurt him, but he insisted on picking a fight."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
2 of 9
"Everybody is going to be what they are, and whatever they are, there's not going to be anything to apologize about."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
3 of 9
"Never play cards with a guy who has the same first name as a city."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
4 of 9
"It's not a jungle out there. It's more of a honeymoon safari."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
5 of 9
"It doesn't matter how you play the game, it's whether you win or lose. And even that doesn't make all that much difference."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
6 of 9
"A lie may fool someone else, but it tells you the truth: you're weak."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
7 of 9
"Do you know anything about a rash that's going around?"
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
8 of 9
"You don't have to believe in the trolley company to let it take you where you want to go."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf
9 of 9
"Give me a keg of beer."
Tom Wolfe
Teen Wolf