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Jane Andrews Mancini (Character)
from "Melrose Place" (1992)

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"Melrose Place: Suspicious Minds (#1.32)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: I just wanted to tell you I think you are disgusting. I only hope that someday, if you're ever lucky enough to find a man of your own, that some pathetic bitch will come along and hurt you the way you hurt me.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Jane, it's not over.
Jane Andrews Mancini: I'm getting a divorce.

Dr. Kimberly Shaw: What are you after, Jane? An apology of some sort?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Not at all! I just wanted to tell you that I think you are disgusting, and I hope that someday, if you're ever lucky enough to find a man of your own, that some pathetic bitch will come along and hurt you the way you have hurt me!

Jane Andrews Mancini: [about Michael] I'd like to beat the crap out of him. I'd like to break a dish over his head. I would like to KICK HIS ASS!

Jane Andrews Mancini: [showing her wedding ring] Do you see this, Kimberly? This signifies something, a commitment, a trust, a bond between two people. Not just sex! But a deep and abiding love and friendship - something you can never understand.

Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Jane? Jane?
Jane Andrews Mancini: What?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: It's not over.
Jane Andrews Mancini: What?
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Since we're being so honest, I just thought you should know.
Jane Andrews Mancini: I don't believe you.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw: Oh believe it! Michael told me all about your wonderful night at the hotel room, but don't think that means he's gonna give me up! I'm sorry. I'm really sorry.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Don't be. Because if what your saying is true, he's all yours. I'm getting a divorce.


"Melrose Place: Single White Sister (#1.19)" (1993)
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.

Jane Andrews Mancini: Kay giveth and Kay taketh away.

Jane Andrews Mancini: [to Michael, about Sydney] Well, come on, my job, my apartment. What's next, you?


"Melrose Place: Responsibly Yours (#1.9)" (1992)
Jane Andrews Mancini: I guess Martin just brings out the child in Billy.
Rhonda Blair: Oh you mean that carefree, immature side he's been keeping under wraps.

Jane Andrews Mancini: [Sandy bangs hard on Jane's door. Jane opens it] Woah. Take it easy. You nearly took the door off. What's up?
Sandy Louise Harling: At least your door opens, which is more than I can say for my dress closet.


"Melrose Place: Dreams Come True (#1.13)" (1992)
Jane Andrews Mancini: Can you believe Allison is having an affair with a married man?

Dr. Michael Mancini: Jane, it's only human, huh?
Jane Andrews Mancini: What do you mean, "it's only human"? You think that having an affair is only human?


"Melrose Place: A Long Night's Journey (#2.2)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: I'm only human, Michael, but I don't know what the hell you are!


"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: Peter's Excellent Adventure (#4.30)" (1996)
[last lines; Jane is shooting at targets at a gun club]
Gun Club Manager: You seem kind of new at this.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Yes, this is my first gun.
Gun Club Manager: Oh, yeah? What'd you get it for? Self-defense?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Safe sex.


"Melrose Place: Moving Violations (#5.3)" (1996)
[Jane has just confirmed that Richard is finally dead]
Samantha Reilly: I don't understand, I mean, why would you stab a dead man with a broach? An antique broach. My grandmother's broach. A family heirloom.
Jane Andrews Mancini: Richard could have been faking it again.
Samantha Reilly: Again? What does that mean? You're either dead or you're alive. There's no in between... unless you're a Buddhist.


"Melrose Place: End Game (#1.26)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: What's wrong Billy?


"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: Second Chances (#1.6)" (1992)
[first lines]
Jane Andrews Mancini: I want more blue.
Sandy Louise Harling: I'm out. No sense in throwin' good chips after bad.


"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: Boxing Sydney (#3.19)" (1995)
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: The Whole Truth (#1.16)" (1992)
Jane Andrews Mancini: God, she gets me so mad. She's rude, vain, opinionated...
Dr. Michael Mancini: The collective term is 'bitch.'


"Melrose Place: Much Ado About Everything (#2.1)" (1993)
Jo Reynolds: What do you call a woman like that? She's too young to be a tramp. A bimbo, bimbette?
Jane Andrews Mancini: How 'bout 'whore'?


"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...


"Melrose Place: Carpe Diem (#1.30)" (1993)
Jane Andrews Mancini: [after catching Michael with Kimberly] Thank you. That's all I needed to know.


"Melrose Place: Drawing the Line (#1.14)" (1992)
Jane Andrews Mancini: You know it's funny, but I just don't picture Allison as a home wrecker, no matter how in love she thinks she is.


"Melrose Place: A Promise Broken (#1.11)" (1992)
Jane Andrews Mancini: [about Kimberly] Should I be jealous?
Dr. Michael Mancini: Probably.


"Melrose Place: Friends & Lovers (#1.2)" (1992)
Allison Parker: I know I'm a naive nitwit from the Midwest, but are all relationships in L.A. this haphazard and ridiculous?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Maybe it's love at first sight.


"Melrose Place: Otherwise Engaged (#2.23)" (1994)
Jane Andrews Mancini: You don't need my blessing, Sydney, you need serious psychological attention.


"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?


"Melrose Place: Lost & Found (#1.3)" (1992)
Sandy Louise Harling: Who do you think you are, Mrs. Marcus Welby?
Jane Andrews Mancini: Marcus Welby was a widower.
Sandy Louise Harling: See? You might as well be dead!


"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.