Barbie: You know me in the cold weather - how I love to be in love. We are in love, aren't we? Really in love.
Rocky Papasano: Yeah - you with yourself, and me with myself.
Angie Rossini: You better understand something here and now - what we did before, that was something happened - don't ask me how or why. But it's not going to happen again.
Rocky Papasano: Well, why not?
Angie Rossini: [Yelling] Don't you understand? I didn't *know* you then. I didn't *care* about you. But I *know* you now. I *LIKE* you.
Rocky Papasano: Man, I end up with the...
Angie Rossini: [Angrily] Look, why don't you sit down? I invited you to dinner, let's have DINNER.
Rocky Papasano: Tell me something. That cook - that friend of yours in the restaurant business. Do you like him too the way you like me now, or don't you care about him the way you used to not care about me?
Angie Rossini: It seems very funny, putting you together with a family, somehow.
Rocky Papasano: Well, what did you think - I got hatched out of an egg?
Rocky Papasano: [about family] That's what makes it rough - when they love you.
Rocky Papasano: [in Barbie's apartment after he and Angie stayed the night there] What are *you* doing here?
Barbie: Payin' the rent, for one thing. Which brings me to little orphan Annie you parked here - incidentally without my permission, number one which I would not give you, number two over my dead body.
Angie Rossini: You know something, if you didn't try so hard to fight against it you could be a pretty decent kind of person.
Rocky Papasano: [on Angie's sexy dress] Man, do you look wild.
Angie Rossini: Thank you.
Rocky Papasano: No, I mean it - I really mean it.
Angie Rossini: Look how surprised he sounds.
Rocky Papasano: You look so - what am I gonna tell 'ya? You look like a woman.
Angie Rossini: How can you manage to make even a compliment sound like a slap in the face?
Rocky Papasano: What did I say? You look like a woman! I apologise - excuse me. You look like a man.
Angie Rossini: Would you like a drink?
Rocky Papasano: Thank you
Angie Rossini: Scotch
Rocky Papasano: Thank you
Angie Rossini: [pouring scotch] Water, Soda or Tonic?
Rocky Papasano: [a bit confused] Scotch and Tonic? uh... very good...
[takes the glass from her]
Rocky Papasano: Zelda, Gin and Tonic, yes. Vodka and Tonic, yes. Scotch and Tonic, no.
Angie Rossini: [confused] uh...
Rocky Papasano: water.
Angie Rossini: [after Rocky ask her out] Well, I've got a date.
Rocky Papasano: [puzzled] With who?
Rocky Papasano: [Angie bursts out laughing] What's funny?
Angie Rossini: If I didn't know better, I'd swear you're my brother Dominick.
Angie Rossini: [listening to the song "Love with the Proper Stranger] That's what love is - bells and banjos playing? How they brainwash you! And here I spend my whole life like a nut waiting for what? A stranger.
Dominick Rossini: [after giving Rocky a black eye for getting Angie pregnant] We had a long talk. And the thing is, he came to me like a man, and he's willing to marry 'ya.
Angie Rossini: [Bewildered] WHY?
Rocky Papasano: I know you're embarrassed, the stupid way he put it, but...
Angie Rossini: I'm not embarrassed. I'd like to know!
Dominick Rossini: What do you mean "stupid?"
Rocky Papasano: Stupid - you're STUPID.
Rocky Papasano: [to a priest] Is there *any* way you can make a person get married if they don't wanna? There must be a law or *something*.
Angie Rossini: That's just wonderful - and I'm the medicine!
Dominick Rossini: How are you?
Angie Rossini: Find and you?
Dominick Rossini: Fine.
Angie Rossini: That's fine.
Rocky Papasano: Tell me something, that friend of yours, in the restaurant business. Do you like him the way you like me or do you not like him the way you used to not like me.
Rocky Papasano: I don't know what it is. First time in my life I come to see a girl, I feel like I'm 14 years old. Even when I was 14, I didn't feel like that.
Rocky Papasano: [lying on the couch] oh, look how surprised she sounds?
[starts pulling Angie towards him]
Angie Rossini: What are you doing? as if I didn't know...
Rocky Papasano: Come here Louis
Angie Rossini: Louis?
Rocky Papasano: got a new kind of experiment
Mama Rossini: In the old days, you did what you had to do. If you didn't like it... eh, you liked it anyway.
Barbie: You want me to find you a doctor! You want me to find you a doctor!
Dominick Rossini: What's so terrible, give you ride home?
Angie Rossini: Its so embarrassing in a fruit truck all the time.
Dominick Rossini: Excuse me Your Highness. When they start hauling vegetables in a limousines I'll pick you up in that.
Angie Rossini: If I wanna stay home, if I wanna blow bubbles I have a right to do what I like.
Mama Rossini: In America everyone have a right to do what they like but what do they like? They don't know what they like!
Mama Rossini: Ask him would he like a piece of cake or something.
Angie Rossini: Would you like a piece of cake or something?
Rocky Papasano: Lets face it, you ever look at a married man - Prisoner of Zenda!
Rocky Papasano: What are you looking at me for - do I look dead to you?
Angie Rossini: Do you want to get married?
Rocky Papasano: I said I would didn't I?
Angie Rossini: That's not what I asked.
Rocky Papasano: Who wants to get married?
Dominick Rossini: Is there a way you can make a person get married, a law or something?
Rocky Papasano: You look so... what am I gonna tell ya? you look like a women
Angie Rossini: [bursts out laughing] how can you manage to make a compliment sound like a slap in the face?
Rocky Papasano: What did I say? you look like a women. My apologies, excuse me, you look like a man.