Lydia Grant: You've got big dreams. You want fame. Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying: in sweat.
Elizabeth Sherwood: [having just explained the meaning of the word 'metamorphosis'] Who would like to use it in a sentence? Mr. Martelli?
Bruno Martelli: I never met a 'morphosis' I didn't like.
Montgomery MacNeil: You've got the look of tension headache number nine.
Bruno Martelli: It's name is Garcy.
Julie Miller: Looks like you've got sort of a crush on that Michael Harrison guy.
Doris Schwartz: Julie, maybe people in Grand Rapids get 'crushes'. That's not the way it is in New York City.
Julie Miller: What do they get in New York City?
Montgomery MacNeil: Herpes, mostly.