Romantic Comedy (1983)
Jason Carmichael: You could have broken a rib! Who the hell do you think you are?
Phoebe Craddock: I'll tell you who I am, you're full of shit, that's who I am!
Phoebe Craddock: I wish I could think of a response to that, but right now I'm in the middle of a hot flash!
Phoebe Craddock: Do you think someone could fall in love that fast?
Jason Carmichael: Of course. It happened to me once. I was at the Tony awards two years ago, I saw this woman from the back. She was wearing a blue taffeta dress, and she had gleaming black hair, cascading over creamy white shoulders. I fell instantly in love. then she turned 'round and it was you.
Phoebe Craddock: It was green actually.
Jason Carmichael: What was?
Phoebe Craddock: The dress. It was from the second act of "Somewhere every summer" I borrowed it from wardrobe.
Jason Carmichael: I might have known you wouldn't have bought it.
Phoebe Craddock: Do you love her, Jason?
Jason Carmichael: Love her? I can't even hear her from the balcony!
Phoebe Craddock: Then why?
Jason Carmichael: Christ! Don't you understand anything about sex?
Phoebe Craddock: Apparently not.
Blanche Dailey: Were you eavesdropping?
Jason Carmichael: Of course not, who could hear anything over the clash of your bracelets.
Blanche Dailey: What about you, my love? Are you going to marry that nice young man?
Phoebe Craddock: Well, I've gone from no to perhaps but I'm not fooling anyone. Not even myself.
Phoebe Craddock: I take it this is my friend and not my agent talking.
Blanche Dailey: I just don't want to see you turn into one of those dotty women writers who drink too much and wear hats.
Allison St. James: Jason, I found out why Phoebe left you.
Jason Carmichael: Allison, will you be quiet, we're rehearsing.
Allison St. James: Jason, I'm divorcing you.
Jason Carmichael: How do you feel?
Phoebe Craddock: Sleepy. Incredibly sleepy. Do you think that's the alcohol?
Jason Carmichael: Either that or the bananas.
Jason Carmichael: Blanche, you're not in the chorus anymore. You don't have to be heard at the back of the house.
Phoebe Craddock: [waking] Oh, god! I had the most horrible dream! I was at the opening night party, the mayor was sitting next to me...
Phoebe Craddock: Oh... God!
Phoebe Craddock: Whenever we sit in a restaurant, you always take the best seat, with your back to the wall so everyone can see you!
Jason Carmichael: And so they can't see you! You dress like a walking garage sale!