Penny Lane: Maybe it is love, as much as it can be, for somebody...
William Miller: Somebody who sold you to Humble Pie for 50 bucks and a case of beer! I was there! I was there! Look ... I'm sorry.
Penny Lane: [pauses] What kind of beer?

[Regarding the t-shirt]
Russell Hammond: Can we just skip the vibe, and go straight to us laughing about this?
Jeff Bebe: Yeah, okay.
Russell Hammond: Because I can see by your face, you want to get into it.
Jeff Bebe: How can you tell? I'm just one of the out-of-focus guys.

Forgive me father, for I may sin tonight.

Polexia Aphrodisia

He was never a person, he was a journalist!

Jeff Bebe

Lester Bangs: You like Lou Reed?
William Miller: The early stuff. In his new stuff he's trying to be Bowie, but he should just be himself.

You said we were going to go to Morocco. There is no Morocco. There's not even a Penny Lane. I don't even know your real name.

William Miller

Anita Miller: All the kids make fun of him. They call him the Narc behind his back.
Elaine Miller: What's a narc?
Anita Miller: It's a narcotics officer.
Elaine Miller: Well, what's wrong with THAT?

Elaine Miller: You wanna be Atticus Finch. Oh, that makes me feel so good.
Young William: I like him.

Anita Miller: It's unfair that we can't listen to our music!
Elaine Miller: Honey, it's all about drugs and promiscuous sex.
Anita Miller: Simon and Garfunkel is poetry!
Elaine Miller: Yes it's poetry. It's the poetry of drugs and promiscuous sex. Look at the picture on the cover, they're on pot.

[entering William's bedroom] So... This is where the enemy sleeps.

Russell Hammond

Fuck it! I'm... I'm gay!

Ed

Penny Lane: I've made a decision, I'm gonna live in Morocco for one year. I need a new crowd. Do you wanna come?
William Miller: Yes! Yeah.
Penny Lane: Are you sure?
William Miller: Ask me again.
Penny Lane: Do you wanna come?
William Miller: Yes! Yes.

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