Seth Cohen: You know what I was thinking? I think that this being your last night and all, we should do something special. I don't know what. Possibly get a couple of tattoos or some hookers and lose our virginity. Right? Okay, dude, I don't know. There's a shark movie at the IMAX. If that's what you're into.
Ryan Atwood: [smiles] I just want to take it easy.
Sandy: So this happened in the parking lot of the IMAX movie theater?
Seth: Shark movies bring out a rough crowd.
Summer: What are you doing? I need you to introduce me to...
Seth: You know what Summer? No.
Seth: All you've done this entire evening is use me to meet rich, older guys.
Summer: That is not true. Ok, maybe a little.
Seth: Do you have any idea how depressing it is to listen to you babbling away about mergers and acquisitions while some guy just stares at your boobs?
Summer: Which guy was staring at my boobs?
Seth: Who cares. The point is that they don't care about you. They don't know who you are, in fact I'll bet that none of these guys knows that every day of third grade you used to share your lunch with that little skinny squirrel who kept getting his nuts stolen by that big fat squirrel.
Summer: I hated that mean squirrel!
Seth: AND none of those guys was there the day you had to read your poem aloud in class and your hand was shaking you were so nervous and you cared what the other kids thought.
Summer: Poem? What poem?
Seth: 'I... wish I were a mermaid'
Summer: You remember that? That was, like, sixth grade.
Seth: 'I wish I were a mermaid, and friends with all the fish. A shiny tail and sea shells, that
[Summer kisses him]
Seth: would be my wish.'
Julie: When I was little, and a limousine would drive by, I would always try to see through the tinted windows. To see who the people were inside, what kind of life they lived, glamorous, and lucky. You were probably in there staring right back at me. Which means I've been jealous of you since I was eight.
Veronica Townsend: When we get back, I'll get you that divorce attorney's number.
Kirsten: I can't believe you're encouraging this. When your husband was caught popping his secretary no-one gave you the number to a divorce attorney.
Taryn Baker: Kirsten, that was very uncalled for.
Kirsten: No, what was uncalled for was your $500 a day coke habit in college.
Taryn Baker: It was just sophomore year.
Veronica Townsend: Besides, what Jimmy did was wrong. He stole.
Kirsten: Oh spare me. You have an entire Guatemalan family cleaning your house for less than minimum wage. I have spent this entire weekend listening to you bad-mouth Jimmy. Yes, he made a mistake, but life is hard and none of us is perfect. Not even you Julie.
Julie: What is that supposed to mean.
Kirsten: He didn't buy jewels and poneys for himself.
Jimmy Cooper: Are we old? Cause if I didn't know better, I'd swear I was still 16.
Sandy: Oh, I'm still 22. It was the best year of my life.
Jimmy Cooper: Why 22?
Sandy: It's when I met Kirsten... And why 16?
Jimmy Cooper: It's when I met Kirsten.