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Sydney Andrews (Character)
from "Melrose Place" (1992)

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"Melrose Place: Peanut Butter and Jealousy (#1.20)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: Because I think you're trying to steal my life. Yeah, that's what I think. I think you've always been jealous and now you see some kind of opening!
Sydney Andrews: I'm that terrible?
Jane Andrews Mancini: You picked this fight. You deliberately provoked me.
Sydney Andrews: You provoked yourself!
Jane Andrews Mancini: This was obviously a mistake. I'm going home.

Sydney Andrews: [dismissively referring to Jane's spoiled party] Best laid plans.

Rhonda Blair: [surprise party] Oh, they're coming!
Dr. Michael Mancini: Okay, this is it. C'mon, c'mon everyone!
Kay Beacon: Where's the birthday girl?
Dr. Michael Mancini: Wait, what's going on, where is she?
Sydney Andrews: She's not coming!
Sydney Andrews: We had a fight!
Dr. Michael Mancini: Oh, that's terrific. Nice time to pick a fight, Sydney.
Sydney Andrews: She started it.
Dr. Michael Mancini: Geez, I doubt that very much!

"Melrose Place: Boxing Sydney (#3.19)" (1995)
Martin Abbott: [to his large congregation] I was seven, and Robert was nine, and this one day we snuck Mom's car out of the driveway. Robert was going to drive first. He put his foot on the accelerator and floored it, and in about two seconds he lost control of the car and we careened into a tree. Robert was fine, but I hit my head on the dashboard and I was bleeding all over. He got really scared because I wasn't moving.
Rikki Abbott: Did you have a near-death experience?
Martin Abbott: No, I guess I was just stunned. Only Robert thought that I was dead. So... he left me there and ran away. And then, I remember waking up and seeing these... two strong arms lifting me out of the wrecked car. It was a neighbor of ours, an older man named Mr. Rizzo. A bachelor. Never paid much attention to us kids, but he knew who I was and I knew who he was. He saw the accident and came to help me out of the car. He carried me home, but by that time Robert was already there and he told my parents that "I" was the one who stole the car. "I" was the one driving when we had the accident, and that "I" forced him along with me. So, here I am, in my parents living room, with a serious head wound, being held by this neighbor, feeling so warm and safe, looking down at Robert who was looking at me so smug because he knew that I was going to get a beating, and that I was going to be punished... not him. Then I looked over at my father, a psychopath just like Robert, because he always took my brother's side against me. In that instant, I realized that I'd never felt loved and protected like this by my own family. At that very moment, I knew I could never trust them to take care of me again. Nine years later, when I was old enough, I ran away. I had to leave.
Sydney Andrews: You still see them, don't you?
Martin Abbott: Never. I had to let them go because they never put their trust in me again since that day. The day that Robert lied to them about me stealing the car. I had to find the courage. Now, many more years later, I have a new home now. I have a new family... all of you... my family! We begin our journey tomorrow by taking the first step to release the chains of our painful past. Rest up. We have a very exciting day ahead of us. Sleep well. Go in well.

Jane Andrews Mancini: Sydney, where are you going?
Sydney Andrews: Vacation. A few days at least. I sure could use one.
Jane Andrews Mancini: You're not going anywhere, Sydney. You're out of work. And you have to meet with your probation officer next week.
[Rikki scoffs nearby]
Jane Andrews Mancini: [to Rikki] You find this funny?
Rikki Abbott: Yes, that you try to control her life when yours is such a mess.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Sydney, you are in big trouble for trashing Shooters and Mancini Designs. Jake and I were sent for evaluations. I can't lie for you.
Sydney Andrews: Jane, for the last time, I didn't trash Shooters, your dresses, or steal Jo's photo equipment. I don't know who did, but it wasn't me.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Drop the innocent act. You never tell the truth anymore.
Sydney Andrews: [to Rikki] Rikki, I didn't vandalize Shooters, or Jane's dresses. You belive me, don't you?
Rikki Abbott: Of course I do. That's why you don't need people like Jane in your life.
[a bus pulls up on the curve]
Rikki Abbott: That's them. Come on, Sydney.
Sydney Andrews: [to Jane] I'm not asking you to lie for me.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Sydney, for the first time, you must face up to this. You have no friends left. Your probation officer is the only person who can help you.
Sydney Andrews: Drop the weight, Jane. Worry about your own responsibilities. That's what I'm learning to do.

"Melrose Place: Cold Turkey (#2.12)" (1993)
Sydney Andrews: You arrange sex dates for a living?
Lauren Ethridge: That's a quaint way of putting it.

Sydney Andrews: I'm not like Lauren's friends.
Ellen: News flash Sydney: you're just like us. We whores are all alone too, and now we have each other. It is so cool having 20 sisters who don't ask questions and just love you for who you are. As far as I'm concerned... it's way better then family.

"Melrose Place: Fire Power (#2.4)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: So kiddo, what's your schedule?
Sydney Andrews: I'm swamped! Madonna wants girl talk, Cher wants to go work out...

Sydney Andrews: [to Michael] ... and that will make life easier for you and... what's her name... Kimberly?

"Melrose Place: Single White Sister (#1.19)" (1993)
Sydney Andrews: So where does the sight seeing tour, begin? I want to see where John Belushi died.

Jane Andrews Mancini: Well, right now I need to go to work. But Michael has the afternoon off, and he promised to take you to lunch.
Sydney Andrews: Michael hates me.
Jane Andrews Mancini: No, he doesn't. He's just under a lot of pressure.
Sydney Andrews: It's okay, Jane. He hates me.

"Melrose Place: Under the Mistletoe (#2.15)" (1993)
Sydney's Client: So... tell me about yourself. You been doing this long?
Sydney Andrews: No, not really. I go to college, actually. I'm going to be a designer. A clothing designer.
Sydney's Client: Really? How'd you get into that?
Sydney Andrews: See... I really have this like... really right-on instinct for it, for what people like. I just need the training. It's really exciting to have your whole life in front of you. This incredibly bright future. And all the possibilities, you know? You just have to pay for it. I'm going to be really important someday. I am, I really am.

Sydney Andrews: Bless me Father for I have sinned.
Priest: [voice-over] How long has it been since your last confession?
Sydney Andrews: I don't know, a long time. A couple of years.
Sydney Andrews: I've lied... to my family, to my sister about what I'm doing. How I earn my money. I know I've hurt them by lying. I mean... it feels that way. You see, Father... I'm a prostitute. I give men sex for money. And I use drugs sometimes, too. To make it easier. It's a mess. And I am ashamed. I am so... ashamed.

"Melrose Place: Revenge (#2.3)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: Sydney, you did not come down here to play matchmaker. If I find you any near Michael again, you'll be on the next plane out.
Sydney Andrews: I was only trying to help...
Jane Andrews Mancini: Gee, what would I ever do without you?

Sydney Andrews: You mean Kimberly?

"Melrose Place: Till Death Do Us Part (#2.31)" (1994)
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: Kill Michael? Why should we kill him?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Sydney, you are looking at human garbage who would have run you over as soon as look at you. When Michael's dead, God's going to do a jig.

"Melrose Place: Collision Course (#2.11)" (1993)
Sydney Andrews Mancini Fields: You arrange sex dates for a living?
Lauren Etheridge: That's a quaint way of putting it.

"Melrose Place: Sole Sister (#5.11)" (1996)
Sydney Andrews: What is wrong with you since you got back? If I can't talk to you, who else can I talk to?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Pleas, don't do this to me right now.
Sydney Andrews: Don't do this to you? What about me? Jane, no one else can understand me. I'm your sister for cryin' out loud.
Jane Andrews Mancini: No, I'm not! I'm not your sister, Sydney.
Sydney Andrews: What are you talking about?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Mom and Dad kept it a secret all these years. I just found out last week.
Sydney Andrews: What you mean, like I'm adopted or something?
Jane Andrews Mancini: No "I'm" adopted. I found out when I was home. They adopted me, and years later, they had you. Never told either one of us.
Sydney Andrews: What? Oh, my god, Jane... what is going on?
Jane Andrews Mancini: I don't know. I'm lost. I feel like suddenly I don't have anything anymore.

"Melrose Place: Postmortem Madness (#4.1)" (1995)
Dr. Michael Mancini: What was all that about?
Sydney Andrews: Well, Amanda just turned down free bed and breakfast and Peter's.
Amanda Woodward: Nothing's free in this world, Sydney, but you'll never understand that.

"Melrose Place: Arousing Suspicions (#2.18)" (1994)
Dr. Michael Mancini: Hey Syd, how you doing?
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: I'm fine, you're screwed.

"Melrose Place: They Shoot Mothers, Don't They? (#3.17)" (1995)
[Rikki and Sydney watch Billy from a distance]
Rikki Abbott: He's cute. Ever do him?
Sydney Andrews: No!
Rikki Abbott: Why not? He looks ripe for the picking.
Sydney Andrews: I don't know. I never thought about it.
Rikki Abbott: Well, you need to start thinking more like me, 'cause I'm planning on the two of us getting into a lot of trouble togther, Sydney.

"Melrose Place: The Two Mrs. Mancinis (#2.25)" (1994)
[At their Grandmother's funeral]
Jane Andrews Mancini: Gram loved you. She tried hard to reach out to you.
Sydney Andrews Mancini Fields: Well, I guess her arms weren't long enough to reach past you.

"Melrose Place: St. Valentine's Day Massacre (#3.20)" (1995)
[Sydney's parting words to Martin Abbot's cult]
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: Adios, you fruitcakes!

"Melrose Place: Dr. Jekyll Saves His Hide (#3.9)" (1994)
Chris Marchette: [whispering to Sydney] Diddling the boss, I here? That's one way of staying out of the nuthouse where you belong.
Sydney Andrews: [slaps him across the face] You bastard! Stay away from me! You here me?
[Jake enters]
Jake Hanson: [to Chris] All right, that's it. Get out!
Chris Marchette: [feigning innocence] Now wait a minute! That girl's out of her mind! She attacked me for no reason! I did absolutely nothing.
Jake Hanson: [scoffs] I don't give a damn! Get out of my place. You insult Sydney, you insult me too.
Jane Andrews Mancini: [walks up; completely oblivious to Chris' actions] Jake, Chris and I only came here to make peace.
Chris Marchette: Jane's right. I only said 'hello' to Sydney, and she just slaped me.
Jake Hanson: Take your lies and your ego elsewhere, Crocodile Dundee!
Chris Marchette: I am not lying!
Jake Hanson: I said, get out! You too, Jane. Out!
Jane Andrews Mancini: Sydney is one lying to you Jake! She has you so fooled. You have no idea what a sick person you are involved with!
Jake Hanson: Oh, that's funny. I was about to say the exact same thing to you about Chris!

"Melrose Place: Dead Sisters Walking (#4.32)" (1996)
[trying to convince Jane not to murder Richard]
Sydney Andrews: Pray with me Jane. Put your decision in the hands of a higher power.
Jane Andrews Mancini: I am. Smith & Wesson.

"Melrose Place: No Lifeguard on Duty (#4.20)" (1996)
Amanda Woodward: I don't know what you're up to, but Bobby's off-limits.
Sydney Andrews: Feeling a little insecure Amanda?
[Amanda suddenly takes Sydney's glass of red wine and deliberately splashes it on her]
Amanda Woodward: [sarcastic] Ooops! No, just a little clumsy.
Sydney Andrews: You totally did that on purpose!
Amanda Woodward: [feigning innocence] I did no such thing. Sydney, you can put on an expensive dress, get your red hair done, clip on some earrings. Bottom line? You're still a two-dollar hooker... you just have a new pimp.

"Melrose Place: The Big Bang Theory (#3.30)" (1995)
[Kimberly is threatening the captive Sydney with a blowtorch]
Sydney Andrews: What are you going to do with that thing?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: If you call Michael up and tell him to get his ass over here, nothing. If you don't... I'm gonna burn your face so that it matches the color of your pretty red hair!

"Melrose Place: Duet for One (#2.13)" (1993)
Sydney: Lauren, hey. I was going to call you about what happened with that guy. Look I know you must be miffed but there's an explination. Lauren?
Lauren Etheridge: [hard and angry tone] Who are you to walk out on Roger Langdon? Who the hell do you think you are?
Sydney: Lauren, the guy...
Lauren Etheridge: I know all about the guy. So, he wanted to play games.
Sydney: Lauren, I thought that working for you would be a good business and that it would be a safe establishment for me and all your other girls.
Lauren Etheridge: Safe establishment? You want to work in a safe establishment? Join a bridge club, or get a job in a bank. But don't you ever, put me or my livelihood behind the eight ball!
Sydney: Lauren, I'm sorry.
Lauren Etheridge: "I'm sorry" costs me, Sydney. You ever do that again, and I will see to it myself that whatever Roger Langdon might have done to you would be a walk in the park! You wouldn't be able to form the words "I'm sorry." You couldn't even write them on a Magic Slate. Do I need to draw you a diagram?
Sydney: [terrified] No, I think I got it.

"Melrose Place: The Bitch Is Back (#2.28)" (1994)
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: It looks like the Sleaze Bag Hall of Fame is missing a member. Now what would bring vermin like you out in the daylight? I know, you want to apologize.
Dr. Michael Mancini: No, Syd, I want a divorce.
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: And I want to wake up tomorrow morning and sing like Aretha Franklin. Do the words, "go to hell" mean anything to you?

"Melrose Place: Imperfect Strangers (#2.29)" (1994)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Listen you opportunistic little bitch, if you think that shotgun marriage you arranged with Michael is going to protect you, then you're dumber than you look. Now stay out of our lives and you won't get hurt, okay?
Sydney Andrews Mancini Field: What, am I supposed to be afraid of you?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: My professional opinion: you bet your ass!

"Melrose Place: Holy Strokes (#4.16)" (1996)
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: Is there something you'd like to tell me, Sydney?
Sydney Andrews: I don't know what you mean.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: You must know, Jane's condition is very serious. They've ordered toxicology tests, which means they suspect a possible drug overdose. Remember what we talked about in our sessions, Sydney... about purging oneself?
Sydney Andrews: But... I'm not guilty of anything.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: There's really no need to be frightened. I'm your doctor and your my patient, and anything you tell me will be kept in the strictest confidence. But if I'm kept in the dark, and I'm questioned by the authorities about the pills I prescribed to you and how... they might have somehow found their into Jane's drink, and...
Sydney Andrews: [interrupting] All right! I did it. I put the pills in her drink. I just wanted to knock her out, that's all so that she'd be too passive, even for Michael. I never meant for this to happen. If anything happens to her, I'll never forgive myself. Oh God, Kimberly, what am I gonna do?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini: It's all right, Sydney. I'm here. You just leave everything to me.

"Melrose Place: To Live & Die in Malibu (#3.24)" (1995)
[Sydney walks in on Jess looking though Jake's business papers]
Sydney Andrews: What do you think you're doing?
Jess Hanson: It's none of your business.
Sydney Andrews: I saw you going though Jake's files.
Jess Hanson: [thinking fast] Yeah... uh... I was checking out the business, making sure my brother's turning over a good profit. I don't want anybody to take advantage of him.
Sydney Andrews: [scoffs] You may have Jake snowed, but I've known guys like you. You're not here to change your life. You're up to something.
Jess Hanson: You know, Syd, there's one sure way to lose a boyfriend: stick your nose into his family business.
Sydney Andrews: I'm going to tell Jake you were in here snooping around.
Jess Hanson: That would be a big mistake... if you want to stay out of harm's way.