This is a Joss Whedon production, which means lots of snappy dialogue.
“I want Ebola to leave Liberia, so I can go to school,” came the snappy retort deciphered by locals.
Dad bought Mom a snappy convertible back about the time of the Nixon-Kennedy debates.
Twain's sartorial splendor was topped off with a snappy violet bow tie.
But she was magnetic, and I think it was partly her actual voice—the snappy delivery, the distinctive sound.
Then he barked three quick, snappy barks for Tabby, but she did not come.
"It is time I was on my round," said Jack Frost, in a snappy, sharp tone.
“And remember what I told you about fast, snappy playing,” cautioned the coach.
You can't faze him with the snappy repartee, either; for that's his specialty.
He had a chance to win many friends and have all his neighbors fond of him, but he was too snappy.
The point or risible climax of a story or joke; punch line, zinger: With Neil Simon's vaudeville snappers what matters is that they come on schedule/ The final snapper was that Lubben never got his income tax paid by his ex-partners, either
[1857+; fr snapper, ''a cracker on the end of a whip,'' found by 1817]