Dave: [after having been hit by car] Reality is a deadly place. I hope this trip is a good one.
Stoney: [rapping in Dave's rooftop crash pad] Is love lesson number one over, man?
Dave: All the games have to go, man. Cause it's all one big plastic hassle.
Stoney: So live in a jelly jar.
Dave: [gesturing] You see this little beam of light?
[shuts off beam with hand]
Dave: Well, that's all there is. The rest is in your head.
[Warren, hallucinating, has just tried to cut off his hand off with a power saw]
Jenny Davis: [upset] Why does he take that stuff?
Stoney: [pausing for emphasis] Don't judge people, Jenny.
[Stoney and his band have just gotten offstage]
Dave: [offering Stoney a joint] Why so happy? Is it the fame or the fortune?
Stoney: Oh man, Dave, you are relentless.
Dave: Tell me your philosophy, Stoney. Let's talk about something important. What color Continental are you going to buy?
Stoney: [putting Dave on] Cantaloupe, man.
Dave: That's interesting. Uh. Let me ask you this. How do you stand on monogrammed shirts?
Stoney: Love 'em, man, love 'em. Wear 'em for underwear all the time you know. Anything with my initials on it. Individual against the collective conforming society and all that
Dave: Hmm. Well, I don't care what your bag is man, as long as you're honest about what you want.
Stoney: Well, I'm honest Dave, very honest.
Dave: Well, pretty soon that little girl you're pretending not to notice, that one standing right there with her eyes full of love, pretty soon you'll start worrying about whether you can afford her. And then it's buy now, pay later. 9 to 5 the rest of your life.
Stoney: [sarcastic] Pretty soon the boogie man'll get me.
Dave: [to Jenny] You're looking lovely this morning, Jenny. Tell him I'm right. You're not one to play games. Tell him how it is.
Jenny Davis: I'm just catching a bus.