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Amy DeLuca (Character)
from "Roswell" (1999)

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"Roswell: The Convention (#1.13)" (2000)
Alex: Oh, it's that obvious? Great. Great. Hey, listen... let me ask you guys a question. As women, do you find that all men are obsessive?
Amy DeLuca: Yes.
Liz: Absolutely.
Maria: No question.


"Roswell: Cry Your Name (#2.17)" (2001)
Amy DeLuca: You know, I think this is the most time you've ever spent in my house.
Michael: Yeah, I... I could leave if you want. Just, it's nice to be around people.
Amy DeLuca: No, no. That's not what I meant at all. Ah, what I'm trying to say is that you've really been great for my family. And it's a wonderful thing to see my daughter loved. And I would like to see a lot more of that. And, as far as I'm concerned, you'll always be welcome in this house.
Michael: Thank you.
Amy DeLuca: Welcome on the couch.
Michael: Right.


"Roswell: Off the Menu (#2.20)" (2001)
Maria: Mom, don't worry. I gave Liz a coded message. Any minute now 50 cops will be busting down that door and getting us all out of here.
Amy DeLuca: What coded message?
Maria: The Galaxy Sub with Pepper Jack, it's what Brody always orders.
Amy DeLuca: And?
Maria: Liz is my best friend, we have our own language. She'll understand. Trust me.
[At the Crashdown Cafe]
Liz: Galaxy Sub with Pepper Jack. Does that mean anything to you?


"Roswell: Disturbing Behavior (#2.13)" (2001)
Amy: Do you know what these are, Liz?
Liz: Long johns?
Amy: Maria's long johns. Why would Maria leave her long johns and all of her other winter gear at home if she went camping in the middle of February? Here's a theory from someone who's had several hours to muse on it. She didn't go camping. She lied to her mother, just like she lied to me the other four times she took off for days on end, each time leaving out on the open road another piece of her innocence, and my Jetta. Liz, I consider you a friend... and an extended member of this family, and I value the friendship you have with my daughter very much. But if you don't tell me everything you know about where the hell she is, I'm gonna become very violent with you.
Liz: Mrs. Deluca, she's fine. She's with Michael.