Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997 Video)
[Their answering machine message:]
Wayne Szalinski: You've reached the Szalinskis. At the sound of the beep, please leave your message, your fax, or your binary file.
Wayne Szalinski: Baseball's just a phase, it'll pass. But science is always cool.
Gordon Szalinski: You are dead meat, mister!
Wayne Szalinski: Gordon, you're three-quarters of an inch tall, now's not the time.
Diane Szalinski: If they don't un-shrink us they will be in so much trouble!
Gordon Szalinski: Oh yeah? What are you going to do about it, Thumbelina?
[Climbing up a wicker chair]
Wayne Szalinski: This is great exercise.
Diane Szalinski: Yeah. Now I've got a wicker chair I don't need to go to the gym anymore.
Wayne Szalinski: The kids are messy eaters, so there'll be plenty of crumbs for us to eat.
Gordon Szalinski: Wayne, we're not gonna spend the rest of our lives tiny; we're gonna get big again.
Wayne Szalinski: Diane, are you going to stay mad at me the whole time or are you going to try and make the best of this bad situation?
Diane Szalinski: I'm going to stay mad at you the whole time.
[on the answering machine]
Wayne Szalinski: Guess what? Gordon and I got tickets to see the shuttle-launch tonight, so if that's okay, we're going to take off.
Diane Szalinski: [picks up the phone] No it isn't, Wayne. I am going on vacation this weekend. Remember?
Wayne Szalinski: Of course I remem... I forgot.
Diane Szalinski: I am going on this vacation and nothing and NOBODY IS GOING TO STOP ME!
Wayne Szalinski: Boy she *does* need a vacation.
[Landing in a laundry basket]
Wayne Szalinski: Honey, I don't think we're using enough fabric softener.
Adam Szalinski: Did Nick ever complain about Camp Isosceles?
Diane Szalinski: He sure did. He *hated* it. He didn't like the fact that it lasted only six weeks instead of eight.
Adam Szalinski: [under his breath] Brain-box.
Adam Szalinski: What's the record-player?
Wayne Szalinski: That old CD player.
Wayne Szalinski: [greeting her and the robot-dog] Hey, Tina. Hey, Trowser.
Trina: Say hello, Trowser.
Trowser: [barking] Hello - hello.
Wayne Szalinski: "Hello"?
Trina: Turns out, that's what "woof" means.
Jenny Szalinski: So, here we are. This is the kitchen.
Ricky King, Party Bully: Good, 'cause you know, I really wanted to be alone with you.
[sets his hand on the counter near Diane and Patti]
Diane Szalinski: [looking at Ricky's fingers in disgust] Ew, look, dirty fingernails.
Jenny Szalinski: Really?
Ricky King, Party Bully: Yeah, 'cause the truth is, Jenny, I think you're awesome.
Patti Szalinski: Awesome? Don't fall for it, Jenny. He's just giving you a line.
Jenny Szalinski: You do? You think I'm awesome?
Ricky King, Party Bully: Oh, yeah. You're cooler than all the other girls.
[Diane and Patti stare at each other confused]
Jenny Szalinski: [in a serious tone] So, um, what is it you wanted to tell me?
Ricky King, Party Bully: Nothing. Mostly, I just wanted to do this.
[takes Jenny in his arms and kisses her on the lips]
Patti Szalinski: What is she doing? She's too young. She doesn't even know that boy.
[Jenny breaks the kiss]
Jenny Szalinski: What are you doing?
Ricky King, Party Bully: Kissing you.
Jenny Szalinski: Well, you didn't ever ask.
Ricky King, Party Bully: Ask what?
Jenny Szalinski: Ask if I wanted to kiss you.
Ricky King, Party Bully: What are you talking about?
Jenny Szalinski: You just assumed that I wanted you to kiss me. I mean, I don't even know you, and even if I did know you and we talked and you got to know me and you asked me if I wanted to kiss, I might have been into it, but the way you did it was just... wrong.
Ricky King, Party Bully: Well, lots of girls like that.
Jenny Szalinski: Well, I'm not one of them. I don't happen to feel that way, and as far as you and I are concerned, the party is over.
[exits the kitchen]
Patti Szalinski: You tell him, Jenny! Access denied!
Diane Szalinski: That is one good kid you have.
Patti Szalinski: And you know what? She can take care of herself.