Frank Howell: And I don't care what It costs, Mr. Townsend.
John Bosley: I love that song!
Sabrina Duncan: Bosley!
Dancer: Guess what?
Kelly Garrett: What?
Dancer: You win this week's piece of free advice.
Kelly Garrett: Lucky me...
Frank Howell: I'm sure of only one thing: that's winning. And, eh... that you and I are gonna be more than just friends. But that, you already know, don't you, Sabrina?
Sabrina Duncan: I might have known it before you did.
Mark Haines: I run the casino up the street.
Sabrina Duncan: Well what did you do, come over to borrow a cup o' money?
Doorman: I've been here six years, I don't have a whistle.
John Bosley: You think you really deserve one?
Doorman: I think you should be carrying luggage like the rest of us.
John Bosley: When you get a whistle, you don't have to carry luggage.
Kelly Garrett: I guess It's alright to sit here, since I'm alone.
[Haines shakes his head and finger negatively]
Kelly Garrett: No?
Mark Haines: House rules.
Kelly Garrett: How do you know?
Mark Haines: I make the rules, I run the house.
Frank Howell: This is crazy, nobody can hate that much!
Sabrina Duncan: Frank, people can... and they do.
Mark Haines: Two winners in a row, must be my day.
Kelly Garrett: Two winners?
Kelly Garrett: Well, first I beat him, now I run into you again.
Kelly Garrett: Maybe those shots weren't meant for you, Frank.
Frank Howell: No, they were meant for the sand!
Sabrina Duncan: Listen, there's something that's been bothering me a little bit, and it's bothering me a lot, now.
Kelly Garrett: Mr. Slocum, as you can see, this is a revolver I'm pointing at you.
Frank Howell: He's been playing 'Don't Pass' and 'Don't Pass' is for non-believers. Sabrina, sooner or later, you have to be a believer.