Forget Paris (1995)
Andy: Marriages don't work when one partner is happy and the other is miserable. Marriage is about both people being equally miserable.
Mickey: You're out of here, Jabbar!
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Are you nuts? It's my farewell game.
Mickey: Well then, let me be the first to say farewell.
Mickey Gordon: Grab your new best friends, Ben and Jerry, and let's turn your ass into a helipad.
[looking at Rodin's "The Thinker"]
Ellen: Rodin never said what he was thinking.
Mickey: You see, what I think he was thinking was, "Goddam Rodin. Three drinks and I'm nude."
Mickey: [discussing the bridge from "An American in Paris", Mickey sings a line from the movie] "It's very clear..."
Ellen: Do you sleep with the window open?
Ellen: I don't like it. You will have to stop that.
Ellen: Do you squeeze the toothpaste at the top or the bottom?
Ellen: Don't do that I hate that. If you ever use my car, make sure the mirror is back where I put it.
Mickey: Ok, I can do that.
Ellen: All right. Do you want to talk about religion, politics, whether you want to have kids or not.
Mickey: Nah, that crap will work itself out, we are fine with the big issues.
Ellen: Ok, I'll marry you.
Mickey: I was thinking of doing some sightseeing.
Ellen: Sightseeing? In Paris? What a bizarre notion.
Mickey: Sure. You got any stuff here?
Ellen: Yeah, we got some stuff. Would you like to see the Eiffel Tower?
Mickey: That's here?
Mickey: We were great in Paris.
Ellen: Forget Paris.
Mickey: Forget Paris? How do you forget the best week in your life?
Ellen: Maybe that's just all we were - just a great week.
Mickey: You just had one of those 'I glued a bird to my head' days.
Mickey: I am very impressed, you've got little kids over here, 2-3 years old, and they're already speaking French.
Craig: Here, have some bread. Everything will look better after bread.
Mickey: [Mickey finds out Ellen is married] You don't do this to a person, you know? You don't walk around being fabulous when you know you're not available.
Mickey: [about Ellen's husband] Is he French?
Mickey: Is he handsome?
Mickey: Is he rich?
Mickey: Does he have a sister?
Mickey: [During a marriage counseling session] When I come home, I'm excited to see you
Ellen: You're not excited, you're horny
Mickey: Is that bad? Is that such a bad thing?
Mickey: Never say, "famous last words," because they could be.
Ellen: You're a disturbed person, aren't you?
Mickey: [Using the exact words - with similar deadpan voice and facial expression - of Jeremy Irons as the character Claus von Bulow replying to a similar comment in the 1990 film, "Reversal of Fortune"] You have no idea.