Angela: What do you know about love? What could you possibly know about love You know, I'm sick and tired of men using love as if it's some disease you just catch. Love should have brought your ass home last night.
Mr. Jackson: Now Marcus, I hear a girl down at the office got you pussy-whipped.
[Smacks on fingers]
Mr. Jackson: You got to reverse it. Don't be pussy-whipped, whip that pussy. Like this here, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang.
Bony T: Now check this out man, I've been working here about 9 days, you know, been on time most of the time, even when it rains. Don't you think it's about time we talk promotion?
Marcus Graham: HAHAHA!
Bony T: Marcus, come on man, I get my own office man, bring my hos in here, we have a little party, set this muthafucka off, man!
Jacqueline: I didn't ruin your life. You ruined your life.
Mr. Jackson: I bet we've eaten everything on a pig from the rooter to the tooter.
Marcus Graham: Check it. Like Jet magazine. This is my mack daddie vibe I am giving you. In all its splendor.
Yvonne: She dumped you, huh?
Marcus Graham: Yeah.
Yvonne: [sighs and smiles] I guess I should feel happy, but I don't.
[smile turns seductive]
Yvonne: So, you wanna come over for a cup of coffee?
Marcus Graham: [gives Yvonne a wry look] Not even if Jesus was pouring.
Yvonne: [gets pissed and makes a chuffing noise] Some motherfuckers don't know a *good thing* when it's standin' in front of 'em! Why don't you just *lift* your black ass over the edge then, fuck ya!
[storms back in the house]
Yvonne: I hope you catch a disease and your dick falls off!
Jacqueline: Hey, um, you're not getting serious on me, are you?
Marcus Graham: What are you talking about? Am I getting serious? What is that?
Jacqueline: You know, do you want this to grow into a relationship where we're together ALL the time? God.
Jacqueline: Stuff like that. Are you?
Marcus Graham: Whoa. Excuse me. I know you're not telling me that New Orleans was a fling.
Jacqueline: No, no, no. I had a great time in New Orleans. You know I had a great time in New Orleans.
Marcus Graham: So, what's the problem?
Jacqueline: I just think New Orleans was New Orleans, and we should leave it at that.