Murphy's Romance (1985)
Murphy: My friends have overlooked my shortcomings, seen me through some dark days, and brightened up the rest of them. I'm glad to have them; I'm honored to have them; I'm lucky to have them.
Emma: [at the hospital, looking at the babies in the maternity ward] Any of them yours?
Murphy: I told you, I go out of town.
[about his birthday cake]
Emma: Okay, what is it? How old are you, Murphy?
Murphy: Just set the damn thing on fire!
Emma: Stay to supper, Murphy?
Murphy: I won't do that unless I'm still here at breakfast.
Emma: How do you like your eggs?
Murphy: [to Emma, who's about to put a flyer on his windshield] Lady, you're covering up my causes.
Murphy: I'm a widower. That's like catnip to a cat, in a town where the ladies outnumber you ten to one.
Murphy: You are a miserable little son of a bitch, you know that? I don't know why she took you in the house... I'd bed you down with the dogs! And I'll tell you something else, mister, you may be a lot younger and stronger, but you're about to get your ass kicked from here to the state line... and I'm wearin' the boots that can do it!
Bobby Jack Moriarty: You're a feisty old booger, aren't ya.
Murphy: I thought we just settled that!
Emma: Well, you got a fine horse. Where are you going to keep him?
Murphy: With you.
[he walks on as Emma stops in her tracks]
Bobby Jack Moriarty: I just ain't had enough good times yet.
Emma: Well, the party's over, my friend. Someone just handed you the check.
Bobby Jack Moriarty: God, does everybody have to put their head down and slog?
Emma: Most people do.
Emma: [after being turned down for a loan by the bank] I'd go out on the streets, but you've only got one.
Emma: [to Jake, after telling him she's going to ask Bobby Jack to leave] You sure have had a short childhood.
Bobby Jack Moriarty: I'm a born again Christian!
Emma: Well, I sure hope they don't pass you the collection plate.