Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] Angels, I'm afraid you're going to have to pull out your dancing shoes.
Kelly Garrett: Charlie, my dancing shoes are very, very dusty.
Julie Rogers: Well, that's alright, I'll dust them off for you.
Kelly Garrett: Really?
Julie Rogers: Yeah, as your agent/manager, it's the least I can do.
Kelly Garrett: Clever.
Kris Munroe: Kris Munroe.
Darian Mason: Well you're a pretty one. You gonna dance for me?
Kris Munroe: No... I hope I'm gonna shake your hand.
Kelly Garrett: You lay into me like that and I'll climb down your throat.
Kelly Garrett: The clock's ticking, my feet hurt, and tomorrow I have some heavy waltzing.
John Summers: [during dance rehearsals] I think you're better than all of them.
Jessica Thorpe: I'm not as good as any of them.
John Summers: I think you are.
Jessica Thorpe: Well you don't count.
[John is visibly shaken by Jessica's put-down]
Marcia Howard: Nancy, what are you doing?
Nancy Stevenson: I'm trying to do what you ask.
Marcia Howard: Trying doesn't make it! Trying is for amateurs. Doing is for professionals.
Nancy Stevenson: Well, look, I, I'm, I'm not a quick study. I need a little more time.
Marcia Howard: Time we haven't got, Nancy. Elephants have time and they dance just about as well.