Natalie: Hey! I like that guy!
[During Natalie's dream scene.]
Natalie: Eduardo, move me.
[ordering at the drive through]
Dylan: I'll have three burgers, three apple pies and three shakes. What do you
Eric Knox: You're a woman, you've got female intuition, *and* you're a
detective... and you didn't know this was going to happen?
Alex: What do you know, he speaks Natalie.
Alex: They're not Chinese fighting muffins, they're blueberry!
Alex: Flip your hair.
Alex: Flip your goddamn hair.
Pasqual: You crazy bastard!
Dylan: [as Mr. Jones] I think you mean crazy bitch.
Alex: Let's see if I can win the teddy bear!
Pete: I'll get tickets.
Natalie: I love tickets!
[mocking Eric Knox]
Dylan: I don't know how to make chicken... jerk.
Eric Knox: So where we going, House of Pancakes or The Sizzler?
Vivian Wood: What are you, the cheapest man on the planet?
Chad: The Chad... is stuck.
Roger Corwin: You have great hands. I could use someone like you on my staff.
Alex: My hands aren't going anywhere near your staff.
Vivian Wood: Never send a man to do a woman's job.
Charlie: Once upon a time there were three very different little girls who grew
up to be three very different women with three things in common: they're
brilliant, they're beautiful, and they work for me. My name is Charlie.
Alex: Jason, I haven't been honest with you; I'm not a bikini waxer!
Dylan: And that's kicking your ass!
Dylan: Figures that I would find the perfect guy, yet he would already have the
Natalie: Do you know how hard it is to find a quality man in Los Angeles?
Natalie: They don't call me balls out Natalie for nothing.
Natalie: [to FedEx guy] I signed that release waiver, so you can just feel free
to stick things in my slot!
Natalie: Alex! Don't let him get away!
Dylan: It's a round track, Nat, he's not going anywhere!
[Vivian Wood steals Natalie's cell phone from her while she's talking to her
Vivian Wood: Is this the famous Charlie?
Pete: No, this is Pete.
Chad: Good morning Starfish.
Dylan: Good morning Chad. Sweet Chad.
Dylan: Hold that thought.
Chad: Where are you going, Starfish and Friends?
[a film version of "T.J. Hooker" (1982) is playing]
Mr. Jones: [sighs] Another movie from an old TV show.