[on Benjamin Stone]
Scorned Woman: Son of a bitch was sleeping with my boyfriend. Son of a bitch.
[reading Benjamin's comments]
Jeremy: There I am. "Nearly brilliant." Nearly. Fucker.
Jonathan Kessler: What do you want me to tell you?
Alec Lochka: Tell her.
Jonathan Kessler: You know I can't. I can't. What I have with her is good.
Alec Lochka: Is it real?
Jonathan Kessler: It's close enough.
[looking at Peter's copy of Benjamin's catalog]
Diana Lee: Well, he still has impeccable taste.
[Isabel finds out that Jonathan is really gay]
Isabel Lee: I don't care what you want any more because I don't want to marry you.
[to Alec in his costume for the Fringe Festival]
Laura: What's more appealing, working with Diana Lee or playing the Dragon Wizard?
[Alec stands in the doorway with Jonathan]
Jonathan Kessler: I want us to start over again.
[he tries to come in, but Alec blocks him; then extends his hand]
Alec Lochka: I'm Alec.
[they shake hands]
Jonathan Kessler: Jonathan.
Peter: Um... Jeremy.
Jeremy: So how many people are on this list?
Peter: There are a number of names...
Jeremy: Lemme see it. If the man believed in privacy you wouldn't be here.
Peter: Are you allowed to smoke in here?
Jeremy: [takes a drag] No. So are you and he...? 'Cause I know Benjamin. Could this be the new "Peter Period"? Look, you don't have to tell me anything, but the man's a sick fuck to send you out on an errand like this.
Peter: I thought it might be a laugh, actually, but...
Jeremy: Benjamin can make you feel like you're the only man in the world when you're with him. That's what makes his work so good.
Peter: But you're never the only one.
Jeremy: Know what you should do? You should fuck them, and I mean that literally, fuck them all for revenge.
Peter: That's more Benjamin's style than mine.
Jeremy: What are you doing later? I'm going to a party at Diana Lee's house. You should come.
Peter: Diana Lee? You mean the actual Diana Lee? What time?
Jeremy: Ten o'clock. And if you're looking for other ways to get back at Benjamin, there's always after the party.
[Her students use a gun instead of a dagger for Macbeth]
Diana Lee: Get a dagger, for Christ's sake! This is Shakespeare, it's not The Sopranos.
Rabbi Mendel: You can't change the past. Whatever the truth is now, that's the ballgame. That's it. You tell her what happened. Then you both can go on.