Thank God It's Friday (1978)
Nicole Sims: Look it, you got your chance. Give me mine. Let me sing.
Bobby Speed: Are you...!
Nicole Sims: Just listen to my demo. Don't you remember when you first started? Well everybody got to start somewhere. Why not here?
Bobby Speed: You honest, lady, don't you understand? This is going on live. There are millions of people listening to my golden tones. I ain't gonna blow it! This ain't amateur night!
Nicole Sims: Listen, Mr. Big Shot DJ, I ain't no amateur! I've paid my dues. All I'm asking for is a chance.
Bobby Speed: Lady, please! Hey Bear!
Nicole Sims: Alright, alright, I'll go, but my mind's made up, and when it's made up, it stays made up!
Gus: Hey, whaddya hangin' around here for? You think some fairy godmother's gonna show up at midnight and turn me into a lawyer?
Shirley: I'm not hanging around you, I just haven't left yet.
Shirley: What's wrong with you anyway?
Gus: Hey, don't make fun of my height.
Shirley: I'm not talking about your height. I don't care that you're a shrimp. I do care that you're an insensitive shrimp.
Gus: Well let me tell you something, lady. I bust my hump all week working. Come Friday night ain't got time to be Mr. Nice Guy.
Shirley: Oh, well let me tell you something. I feel sorry for you because you're an unhappy person.
Gus: What the hell I got to be happy about? I'm out with an old maid.
[Shirley belts Gus across the jaw, knocking him to the floor]
Shirley: An old maid with a great right hook, you bastard! We were two lonely people, and we should have been nice to each other, but no, you work too hard! You creep!
Frannie: What time is it?
Marv Gomez: It's 12:15.
Frannie: Fabulous. We're gonna get killed! We were supposed to be home at 11!
Jeannie: [counting their share of the prize money] $50.00, Frannie! We can pay back my brother! We got enough for the concert!
Frannie: Who cares about that dumb old concert. That's for kids. We're disco queens now.
Marv Gomez: Hey, it's too bad you disco queens got to be home so early. If we hurry, we can make it to Big Mama's for the one o'clock dance contest.
Jeannie: Our parents will kill us.
Frannie: You're right
Jeannie and Frannie: Let's go!
Dave: [Sue unbuttons top of dress and tucks edges under to reveal cleavage] What are you doing? That dress!
Sue: This is the way the designer intended the dress to be worn.
Dave: Did the designer intend for every other guy in here to look at your tits?
Sue: Dave, they're my tits, not yours.
Dave: You're my wife! That makes them our tits. And our tits should be home where they belong, not out on the town. And I do mean out.
Club cashier: [Jeannie brings out the big jar of coins to pay for admission. Cashier shakes his head] IDs?
Frannie: [chuckling to Jeannie] Is he kidding, dear?
Jeannie: He must be, dear.
[turns to cashier]
Jeannie: We haven't been carded in years.
Club cashier: Let's see.
Club cashier: [Frannie and Jeannie give cashier fake IDs] What kind of IDs are these?
Frannie: The regular kind.
Jeannie: They're Idaho driver's licenses.
Club cashier: You ladies are a long way from home.
Jeannie: Well, there ain't much dancin' in Idaho?
Club cashier: According to these,
[looks at Jeannie]
Club cashier: you're 34,
[looks at Frannie]
Club cashier: and you're 37.
Jeannie: [Frannie and Jeannie laugh at the same time] Well something about that Idaho water, you know?
Club cashier: Take a hike!
Marv Gomez: You ain't gonna be happy until you're free. And the only way you're going to be free is to get loose. And the only way you're going to get loose is to dance!
Bobby Speed: Hey listen man. When I, Bobby Speed, promises his audience live music, he delivers.
Voice of Sam: You'd better, turkey, or you'll be back at the supermarket announcin' specials!
Sue: Dave, it's good for us to experience new things. We have to reach out together, be more open to things.
Dave: Oh God, you've been reading Cosmopolitan again.
Maddy: Now the absolute proof of creephood: does he come in a friend's car? Oh, come on.
Jennifer: Maddy, Maddy, you came in my car.
Maddy: [smiling] That's different.
Dave: [watching Sue dance with Tony] If she can experience, I can experience.
[He walks over to Jackie]
Dave: You always stand like that?
Jackie: Only when I feel my energy being drained. Standing on one leg doesn't allow the energy complete flow. You can lose it in the floor. Would you like to dance?
Dave: Well, uh...
Jackie: Yes! You would.
Dave: Yeah, O.K.
Floyd: Say, brother, you got the wrong idea. I'm workin' for the Commodores.
Trooper: Yeah, brother, and I'm Baretta.
Tony Di Marco: [to Sue] I have a little hunch about something. Are you a stewardess for TWA?
Dave: No. She's a wife... with the PTA. You know, uh, supermarkets, church, McDonald's. You know the type.
Badmouth in bar: You know life really sucks. I mean this place is the pits. I think everyone in America's in here looking for cheap thrills. I can't stand it. I mean it is bad news. It's like a zoo in here. It's SO tacky. I'm-I'm going to get out of here... What are YOU doing here? Oh it's lousy!