Lauren: Have you ever killed anybody with your bare hands?
Tuck: Not this week.

Okay you can do this. You are confident woman who can deal with conflict. I'm going to pass out. Just get out there, tell them your decision. They're rational. They may even become friends. They'll probably just shake hands....

Lauren

Tuck: So you're not backing off?
FDR: Nope.

FDR (to Lauren in an art gallery talking about the finer points of Lauren's favorite painter): He was a strong advocate of the finger painting movement.
Agent (after losing his audio hookup to FDR): We lost contact.
Tuck (taking over the audio feed to FDR): Sometimes he would finger his paintings to get closer to them.
FDR (to Lauren): The intimacy with the canvas, to finger a painting... to...
Tuck: Sometimes he would use mud and sticks...
FDR (to Lauren): You know, he used mud and sticks...
Tuck (taking over the audio feed to FDR): And if he couldn't find a stick...
FDR (to Lauren): And if he couldn't find a stick...
Lauren: What?!
FDR (to Lauren): You know, enough talking. Let's let the paintings speak for themselves.

I never did like the idea of sitting on newspapers. I did it once, and all the headlines came off on my white pants. On the level! It actually happened. Nobody bought a paper that day. They just followed me around over town and read the news on the seat of my pants.

Peter Warne

Don't fall out of any windows!

Alexander Andrews

Ellie Andrews: I'll stop a car, and I won't use my thumb!
Peter Warne: What're you gonna do?
Ellie Andrews: It's a system all my own.

Ellie Andrews: Aren't you gonna congratulate me?
Peter Warne: What for?
Ellie Andrews: Well, I proved once and for all that the limb is mightier than the thumb.

You know, I had you pegged right from the jump. Just a spoiled brat of a rich father. The only way you get anything is to buy it, isn't it? You're in a jam and all you can think of is your money. It never fails, does it? Ever hear of the word humility? No, you wouldn't. I guess it would never occur to you to just say, 'Please mister, I'm in trouble, will you help me?' No, that would bring you down off your high horse for a minute. Well, let me tell you something, maybe it will take a load off your mind. You don't have to worry about me. I'm not interested in your money or your problem. You, King Westley, your father. You're all a lot of hooey to me!

Peter Warne

I want to see what love looks like when it's triumphant. I haven't had a good laugh in a week.

Peter Warne

You're a sucker to go through with this. That guy Warne is OK. He didn't want the reward. All he asked for was $39.60, what he spent on you. Said it was a matter of principle. You took him for a ride. He loves you, Ellie. He told me so. You don't want to be married to a mug like Westley; I can buy him off for a pot of gold. And you can make an old man happy and you won't do so bad for yourself. If you change your mind, your car's waiting at the back gate.

Alexander Andrews

That's the way things go

Joe Gordon

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