Sabrina Spellman: Look, I made us a... "first day of college, life doesn't get any better than this" breakfast.
Roxie King: [woken up in the morning] Look, Old MacDonald, I worked very hard to make sure my first class isn't until three. Good day and good night.
Sabrina Spellman: That's funny, because I totally had you pegged for a morning person.
Sabrina Spellman: [as Miles prepares cereal] Miles, what are you doing? I made us waffles and bacon and eggs.
Miles Goodman: Do you have any idea where bacon and eggs come from?
Sabrina Spellman: Pigs and chicken butts?
Miles Goodman: Government subsidized farms. They're fed chemicals and hormones. It's not natural. I'm sorry, Sabrina, but my body is my temple.
Sabrina Spellman: So you're filling it with sacred Sugar Bombs?
Miles Goodman: They turn the milk purple.
Salem Saberhagen: [pretending he doesn't miss Sabrina] Sabrina. Where have I heard that name? Ah, yes, Audrey Hepburn. Wonderful film.
Sabrina Spellman: [lugging text books] Gotta get one of those book bags with wheels. Or maybe a pack mule.
Roxie King: What's wrong, Perky? First day of Sabrina's Wonderful Life hitting a brick wall?
Sabrina Spellman: No, not at all. It's very wonderful. I've only been at college for three hours and already I get to read four chapters of Plato, write a ten-page essay and catch a small arthropod to dissect. Maybe I ought to rethink my definition of the word wonderful.
Sabrina Spellman: They have parties on Monday night?
Josh: This is college. They have parties every night.
[hands Roxie an invite as well]
Josh: You could leave your names at the door.
Roxie King: Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh! A college party? I'm so excited! Whatever will I wear?
[shrieks, runs off out the door]
Sabrina Spellman: I think she was being sarcastic.
Josh: Yeah, I got that.