Phil: What would you do if you were stuck in one place and every day was exactly the same, and nothing that you did mattered?
Ralph: That about sums it up for me.
Dr. Nick Cavanaugh: If you were a real woman, you’d lie to me about our sex. Real women lie all the time. Real men lie all the time.
Helena: Yeah. Real people do a lot of things. And you bet they lie. But when they lie about sex. . .bedroom lies, it is out of love and respect for certain feelings. And I don’t give a shit about your feelings.
Chantel: Yo, people today be buggin’. The other day, I was on the number 2 train with my friends, just buggin’ out, having a good time, and people started starring at us like we were some sort of street girls with no future. Yo, when I’m with my friends, I act like it don’t matter, cuz it don’t! But between you and me, that shit pisses me off. When they think they can just judge you by the way you dress, uh-uh! I always get As and Bs in all my classes. I’m the best student in my calc class! People be trippin’ when they find out how smart I really am. Ahahahaha!
Annie: Now those were the days when people KNEW how to be in love.
Becky: You’re a basket case.
Annie: They knew it! Time, distance. . .nothing could separate them because they knew. It was right. It was real. It was perf–
Becky: A movie! That’s your problem! You don’t want to be in love. You want to be in love in a movie.
Gussie Yang: Sit down. Two weeks pay. Two weeks severance.
Bruce Lee: What’s this?
Gussie Yang: All-purpose loan. You got a lot of money, Lee. What you going to do?
Bruce Lee: I guess I’d better–
Gussie Yang: I tell you what to do. Take April on the town. Buy her nice clothes. Check into big hotel. Have lots of sex. Have food brought up to you in bed. Drink champagne and whiskey. Now money all gone. April be gone, too, like money. You come back to me. I put you in kitchen, wash dishes to pay back loan. By that time you’re no longer young, you’re no longer handsome. That one choice. There are others.
Bruce Lee: Like what?
Gussie Yang: They say education is good. Hmm. I’ve heard that. Me, personally I hope you go with April. I can always use a good. . . dishwasher!