Breaking In (1989)
Carrie aka Fontaine: What would I do with your balls, were they mine? Would I hang them by their shorthairs from my long painted nails? And crack a grin as they dropped, splat splat, on the floor? No, I wouldn't do that with your balls, were they mine. But I'd put them instead in some sort of shrine. I'd fondle them daily, and keep them in line, and give them a licking from time to time. Yes, that's what I'd do with your balls, were they mine.
Mike Lafebb: Man, I never met anybody who did crime for a living. I mean I had a cousin once who held up a gas station on his bicycle, but he was nuts.
Ernie Mullins: Runs in the family, huh?
Mike Lafebb: Hey, you with some kind of organization?
Ernie Mullins: Yeah, uh, Northwest Homeowners Association.
Ernie Mullins: [while robbing the safe] Hey, where'd you get that apple?
Mike Lafebb: Out there.
Ernie Mullins: Next time you want an apple, you buy it!
Ernie Mullins: More guys blow their careers 'cause they can't control their bad habits.
Mike Lafebb: So, you're an actress?
Carrie aka Fontaine: Well, I'm an actress and a model.
Mike Lafebb: Yeah? Done any movies?
Carrie aka Fontaine: I'm not at the performance level just yet. I'm still developing my instrument.
Mike Lafebb: Oh, so you're a musician too, huh?
Ernie Mullins: [doing knee bends] The knees are the second thing to go.
Mike Lafebb: What's the first?
Ernie Mullins: I can't remember.
Young Woman Apostle: Do you have a family?
Mike Lafebb: No, not really. Just a mother, and a father, and a sister.
Sam the Apostle: [wheeling in bogus machine] It's gonna be about 15 minutes. After we leave, that's when the roaches die.
Ernie Mullins: We don't have any roaches.
Sam the Apostle: See, we were here about 2 years ago.