Larry: Maria, would you dance with me?... Then, how about spending the rest of your life with me?
Vince: I'd rather have a case of the clap than a case of this wine.
Vince: You've got only one life to live. You can either make it chickenshit or chicken salad.
Tom: Look, I've kept my part of the bargain for Chloe's sake.
Maria Hardy: Well, maybe Chloe deserves more than a bargain, Tom.
[strokes his cheek, then turns to Larry]
Maria Hardy: Larry Kozinski, I would love to dance with you.
Vince: [a the cemetery, declining to join the funeral group] At my age, you don't want to get too close to an open grave.
Aunt Sofia: You still want to kill people?
Mitch: Na, they're too stupid.
Aunt Sofia: You're telling me - your grandfather's marrying the Bermuda Triangle!
Vince: [ater Edie reluctantly accepts his dinner invitation] You've made an old man very happy!
Edie: You're not so old.
Vince: Yeah, I know, and I'm not so happy.
Mitch: [at the funeral] So, Grandpa, how come you didn't come to the church?
Vince: God makes me nervous when you get him indoors - besides, I don't like to see people in their coffins. They always look so much smaller without their spirits.
Maria Hardy: How many jobs did you have?
Larry: I don't know. A lot. I change every two or three years. If it looks like I might be successful. I move on.
Maria Hardy: You don't want to be successful?
Larry: I want to be happy.