[Amanda is about to show Daniel the DNA test]
Amanda Tanen: You know, even if this does come out positive, it only makes us half brother and sister. So if we did it 20 times, it was only wrong 10.
[Amanda failed to capture the media's attention]
Marc St. James: You've got to out-Lohan Lohan. You've got to out-Britney Britney.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Okay, Chicken and Cheese Special on a Baguette, no chicken, no cheese... no baguette.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: I just sold her a plate of lettuce for seven bucks.
Betty Suarez: Yes, but that's her breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So really, it's a bargain.
Betty Suarez: Can I please get the Turkey Sundried Tomato on a Baguette?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: [claps] Yes! Man! I knew you were an eater!
Betty Suarez: Oh! Thank you, I guess...
Betty Suarez: So, you're new. What happened to Robert?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Ya know, I think he inherited money... or got arrested. I don't know, there was a lawyer and cash involved.
Betty Suarez: Well... welcome!
Betty Suarez: Oh, hey! I'm glad you're still here. There's just a little problem with my sandwich.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Oh, man! Is there a hair? I'm like the only one in my family with a full head.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Sorry, I don't know where Robert is. I'm not his keeper. But Robert didn't know jack about food. A sundried tomato is a concentrated flavor, more than three on a sandwich would overwhelm the smoky flavor of the turkey.
Betty Suarez: Okay, ya know what? I think my turkey can handle it. So, could I please just have some more sundried tomatoes?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Well, you must be happy.
Betty Suarez: [into phone] I'll call you back.
Betty Suarez: Why?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: I just got fired because you went crying to your boss. Now I don't have a job...
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Man! I'm going to have to go back to stealing cable from my neighbor, which I don't feel right about. All because the little Mode-girl wasn't happy with her sandwhich.
Betty Suarez: No, look! I wasn't trying to get you fired...
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Well, nonetheless, you did.
[to the rest of Mode staff]
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Alright, everybody! That's it for me! But before I go: there is no such thing as fat-free Mayo. There's a hundred and twenty-five calories of pure fat per tablespoon and I put two on every sandwich.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: See you around Mode-girl.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Wow! That was... that was nice of you.
Betty Suarez: See? I'm not a Mode-girl. A Mode-girl wouldn't have done that.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Yeah, I guess not. But, that's okay. I don't want it back.
Betty Suarez: Why?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: 'Cause loosing that job was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It was taking me away from my 5-year plan.
Betty Suarez: What's happening in five years?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: I'm starting my own place. Ya know, Gio's Sandwich Depot: three hundred seats, a thousand kinds of sandwiches and the world's longest condiment bar. You name it, it's on there. Go ahead, name one.
Betty Suarez: Um... mustard?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Of course there's going to be mustard there! Come on, use your imagination.
Betty Suarez: Sorry, you caught me off-guard.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Gio's going to be huge!
Betty Suarez: Hey! Wait! You have a van! We need a van. Would you drive me to New Jersey to pick up a wheelchair? We'd pay you.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Sure, I could do that. Get in!
Betty Suarez: [thinks for a moment] Sour-kraut?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Don't embarrass yourself.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: [on the phone] Daniel, it's Betty again, we got you your chair but you're just going to have to meet us here because it's almost eleven o'clock so you're just going to have to meet us here, and I've got the lint roller so I'll just go over you when you get here.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Man!
Betty Suarez: What?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: I think I know the reason why you don't write: you're too busy de-linting your bosses ass.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: What have you written?
Betty Suarez: A lot! Actually, I used to practically run the Queens Community College newspaper, but since I've left the quality has gone way down.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: No, I mean lately.
Betty Suarez: Uh, well... nothing, really, but I do have a lot of ideas.
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Good! Keeping it all up there! That's how Hemingway did it. He was thinking 'What a nice morning' and The Sun Also Rises just "magically" appeared on the page.
Betty Suarez: Are you making fun of me?
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: Nah
Giovanni 'Gio' Rossi: I'm sorry. I just hope you're not one of these people who just waits for things to happen. What are you, like thirty now?
Betty Suarez: I'm twenty-three!
Betty Suarez: How could you? I wasted my entire day trying to get that stupid thing... Do you have any idea what I could have done with that time? I could have written a short story. Or a whole bunch of short stories depending on how short they were. Or written in my journal, because I'm pretty sure my last entry went something like, "I love Lance Bass. I want to marry him.