Lisa Miller: We just can't ask him. I think we have to go through his agent.
Bill McNeal: Did Edward R. Murrow have to go through the agent of... whatever famous person he interviewed?
Matthew Brock: Everyone, I've decided to not have sex with Irene.
Dave: Well, that is a decision only you can make, and by that I mean that is a decision only *you* can make.
Jimmy: I mean, what was Bill thinking? Isn't he worried about being sued for libel?
Lisa Miller: Aren't you?
Jimmy: Nope. Read Bill's contract.
Dave: When Bill and Lisa combine their energies, their powers of persuasion go up fivefold.
Jimmy: Well, Dave... really, I appreciate your Dungeons and Dragons approach to office management, but I left my twelve-sided dice at home so I'll, uh, I'll just tell 'em, alright?
Dave: Alright. God speed, fair wizard.
Jerry Seinfeld: You two must be pretty desperate.
Bill McNeal: Please, we'll do anything you say. You name it.
Jerry Seinfeld: For starters, you can get your hand off my salad.
Joe Garrelli: Have you even made out with a chick?
Matthew Brock: Lots of times. I've had some sex, just not final sex. I mean, I've gotten close.
Joe Garrelli: How close?
[Matthew puts his hands about two feet apart]
Joe Garrelli: I have no idea what that means.
[Positions his hands vertically]
Joe Garrelli: Oh, now I get it.
Jerry Seinfeld: How do I know you won't just chop it up and make me look foolish?
Bill McNeal: Come on, Jerry, you know me.
Jerry Seinfeld: Again, Bill, no I don't.
Joe Garrelli: Dude, there is only one way to deal with a woman like that.
Matthew Brock: What's that?
Joe Garrelli: You get down on your hands and knees and you beg her to have sex with you.
Beth: He's right. Men get on their hands and knees for me all the time, and I don't look like that.
Joe Garrelli: They have to get on their hands and knees just to look at you face to face.