Dr. Marc Chabot: I used to be in love with answers, but since I've known you I'm just as astounded by questions. Answers make you wise, questions make you human.
Daisy Gamble: [singing] When you know there's someone loving you... and you know there's someone you love, too... and they're not the same, what do you do? Go to sleep, girl. Go to sleep. Go to sleep. Close your eyes and hide from every care... When you wake up, they may not be there. But tell me how can I sleep? Tell me who could? When you see your whole life tangled up good. I could drink. I could weep. Oh, but how can I sleep?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Thank you, Mrs. Hatch. You've done the impossible. You've given my depression... a depression.
Daisy Gamble: I don't, but you do, and you like what she's like. And you don't like what I'm like, so I know we're not alike. I know what I'm like, and I don't like it either. Because I'm like nothing and like nobody, and nothing or nobody can change me. I'm stuck as I am.
Dr. Marc Chabot: Have you ever been to England, Miss Gamble?
Daisy Gamble: No, I'm afraid of flying. Well, not so much of flying, more so of the "no smoking" sign!
Dr. Marc Chabot: Could anyone among us, have an inkling or a clue... what magic feats of wizardry and voodoo you can do?
Daisy Gamble: Healthy. Adjusted. And no character. I mean no character of any kind. I mean, not even any, uh, characteristics!
Dr. Marc Chabot: In England, they drive on the left.
Daisy Gamble: Boy, those English sure have a lot of guts.
Dr. Marc Chabot: No. It's the law.
Dr. Marc Chabot: What size family do you come from?
Daisy Gamble: Well my father's pretty fat but, um, the rest of us...
Daisy Gamble: That's the first time in my life I've felt like the opposite sex.
Dr. Marc Chabot: Oh, God, why didn't you make woman first when you were fresh?
Daisy Gamble: All the time, he was thinking about someone else... me!
Daisy Gamble: You're not going to go on using *my* head for a motel!
Daisy Gamble: The first finger that touches me, I cut off!
Dr. Marc Chabot: Melinda's soul inside of you? God! What a housing shortage!
Warren Pratt: You? That's incest!
Tad Pringle: We're only related by marriage.
Warren Pratt: What other way is there?
Daisy Gamble: My name... is Melinda. Melinda Winifred Wayne Tentrees. And I am *appalled* and *stunned* at this outrageous inquisition!
Robert Tentrees: [upon Melinda arriving at the table where he is playing roulette] Melinda... what a questionable surprise.
Dr. Marc Chabot: I opened the window, but you fell out.
Daisy Gamble: What I wanted to ask you is this: Doctor, do you think, I mean, can people really be hypnotized out of something. You know, something like smoking?... It's stuck in the dictionary... I mean, can you see how yellow my fingers are? Look...
Dr. Marc Chabot: I beg your pardon?
Daisy Gamble: Aren't you looking for a piece of paper with an address on it?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Yes.
Daisy Gamble: Don't you have a dictionary?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Well, yes.
Daisy Gamble: Well, just see if it's in there... um... You see, the other night I heard this discussion going on in the bathtub - on the radio - and, um, this man said, uh... It's under 'X'... He said you could be, you know, hypnotized out of it without getting something else instead. You know, like, uh, fat or, uh, nervous, or acne.
Dr. Marc Chabot: Miss... uh...
Daisy Gamble: Gamble
Dr. Marc Chabot: What about this address?
Daisy Gamble: Isn't it the one you were looking for?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Yes, but uh, how did you do it?
Daisy Gamble: I don't know. I just saw you looking around for something and I wondered what it was and... I knew.
Daisy Gamble: I'm an addict! I'm an addicted addict! I can't stop unless somebody like you can make me.
Melinda Tentrees: Love is the exception to every rule, is it not?
Dr. Marc Chabot: How was the smoking last night and today?
Daisy Gamble: Oh, much better. If the phone hadn't rung this morning I wouldn't have smoked until breakfast.
Dr. Marc Chabot: Do you always smoke on the telephone?
Daisy Gamble: Well, you got to. I mean, You just *got* to. I-I mean, you got this hand left over doing nothing. Of course, I usually hear it before it rings and light up ahead of time.
Daisy Gamble: ...and 20 lectures on planned parenthood - 10 on how to and 10 on how not to.
Daisy Gamble: Aren't you happy?
Warren Pratt: Yeah. I'm-I'm very happy.
Daisy Gamble: Why don't you smile?
Warren Pratt: I am.
Daisy Gamble: I like your smile, Warren. *Super*.
Daisy Gamble: Comes the dawn, I may not feel the same.
Daisy Gamble: [conscience] Comes the dawn, he may not know your name.
Daisy Gamble: In the sunlight, who can see a flame?
Dr. Marc Chabot: This is a fantasy, Conrad!
Dr. Conrad Fuller: To six hundred million Mohammed-ens, so is Christmas!
Daisy Gamble: They're geraniums... any minute now.
Dr. Conrad Fuller: Oh?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Miss Gamble says that she can make flowers grow faster.
Dr. Conrad Fuller: Faster than what, Miss Gamble?
Daisy Gamble: Well, you know, *faster*. Um, I mean, my friend Muriel and I, we plant our seeds on the same day and, uh, I don't know, my flowers come charging out of the pot as if the police were after them and... poor Muriel.
Dr. Conrad Fuller: Do you ever talk to your flowers, Miss Gamble?
Daisy Gamble: Talk to them? What do you think I am? Crazy?
Dr. Conrad Fuller: Do you?
Daisy Gamble: You don't think I should?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Very good, Miss Gamble, and very *irritating*.
Daisy Gamble: Do most people think it was a man, or a woman?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Yes. Most people think it was a man or a woman.
Daisy Gamble: Wouldn't I be the late, great me if I knew how?
Dr. Marc Chabot: Madmoiselle, where in 'ell can you be?