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I know they call this a love seat but I'm not feeling anything special towards you. -Chandler Bing
Chief: It's good to be scared. It means you still have something to lose.
Chuck: You know if you think about it, we�ve already been murdered once. How many people or dogs can say that, huh? You know what we are? We�re the walking dead on Halloween, if anyone should be scared it should be them.
Ned: It�s not strange, unusual maybe--eccentric in a quaint way, like dessert spoons.
Chuck: I have so many questions; my mind wanders.
Ned: You need to feed it warm milk and a turkey sandwich; let it curl up in a sunny spot and take a nap.
Sarah Pierce: No, no, no. It's not the cheating. It's the hunger - the hunger for an alternative and the refusal to accept a life of unhappiness.
I don't want to own anything until I find a place where me and things go together." --Holly Golightly
Just having those first few words draws people in," says Steven Alwait, who runs Spielbergfilms.com ; it could be Indiana Jones and Your Mother's bad cooking, and people would still come
Conclusion: I need more surgery in my life. As far as aphrodisiacs go, the stuff is clearly more potent than tequila, wine, bubble baths, candles, snowstorms, down comforters, Before Sunset, and the Juno soundtrack. Combined. I know a lot of people make out on this show, but the ending of tonight's two episodes of Grey's Anatomy may have set some kind of record.
�Carlos, if you are taking me somewhere where I don�t need a boa, then I don�t want to go.�
Mickey Sachs: I started to feel how can you even think of killing yourself? I mean, isn't it so stupid? I mean, l-look at all the people up there on the screen. You know, they're real funny, and, and what if the worst is true? What if there's no God, and you only go around once and that's it? Well, you know, don't you want to be part of the experience? You know, what the hell, it-i-it's not all a drag. And I'm thinking to myself, geez, I should stop ruining my life searching for answers I'm never gonna get, and just enjoy it while it lasts. And...you know... ...after, who knows? I mean, you know, maybe there is something. Nobody really knows. I know, I know maybe; is a very slim reed to hang your whole life on, but that's the best we have. And...then, I started to sit back, and I actually began to enjoy myself.
Chandler: I'm not great at the advice. Can I interest you in a sarcastic comment? Some cheese?
- Best of Roger Sterling
"I'll tell you what brilliance in advertising is: 99 cents. Somebody thought of that." (S1, E3)
"I bet daily friendship with that bottle attracts more people to advertising than any salary you could dream of." (S1, E4)
"Look, we�ve got oysters Rockefeller, beef Wellington, napoleons. We leave this lunch alone, it�ll take over Europe." (S1, E6)
"At some point [women] lose that. That glow of pure youth. It's like they hit 30 and somebody puts out a light." (S1, E7)
"You know, Mona had a dream once where I hit the dog with a car. She was mad at me all day, and I never hit the dog. We don't even have a dog." (S1, E10)
"The day you sign a client is the day you start losing them." (S1, E10)
(On the film The Apartment) "Oh, please. A white elevator operator? And a girl at that? I want to work at that place." (S1, E10)
"I feel like I should make a speech: Get back to work." (S1, E11)
(Don: �What kind of company are we going to be?�) "The kind where everybody has a summer house?" (S2, E2)
"Nobody knows what I'm doing. It's good for mystique." (S2, E5)
(Introducing Duck Phillips and Crab Coulson) "Crab, Duck. Duck, Crab." (S2, E8)
(On pregnant Betty) "Oh, look. Princess Grace just swallowed a basketball." (S3, E2)
"I don't know if anybody's ever told you that half the time, this business comes down to 'I don't like that guy.'" (S3, E5)
"My father was the tallest, handsomest, vainest man in New York, and he got his nails done. He had his fourth coronary behind the wheel and hit a tree. The windshield severed his arm, and he was dead, so they never put it back on. In the casket he had one hand. The nails were perfect." (S3, E6)
"It's called Confessions of an Ad Man. Please. It's the book everybody writes, only he got it published. It should be called 1,000 Reasons I'm So Great." (S3, E7)
"Look, Annabelle, we were not in Casablanca. The only similarity is that you left me for another man. That woman got on the plane with a man who was going to end World War II, not run her father's dog-food company." (S3, E11)
(About Jane, after Kennedy's death) "She's obsessed. It's the most interest that girl's ever had in a book depository." (S3, E13)
"A wooden leg! They're so cheap, they can't even afford a whole reporter." (S4, E1)
(On his monochrome office redesign) "Jane got a decorator. I feel like, with my hair, you can't even see me in here." (S4, E2)
"If Lee Garner Jr. wants three wise men flown in from Jerusalem, he gets it." (S4, E2)
"My father used to say this is the greatest job in the world except for one thing: the clients." (S4, E2)
"See, I would never buy a sailboat. I don't want to do things myself. For that price, the boat should have a motor." (S4, E4)
(Woman in bar: �Is that Don Draper? Is he attached?�) "To that glass? Absolutely." (S4, E6)
"My mother always said, be careful what you wish for, because you'll get it, and then people get jealous and try to take it away from you." (S4, E6)
(Don: �I'll buy you lunch.�) "I'm stuffed. I had a jar of olives." (S4, E6)
"Dammit, I don't want to die in this office � If it looks like I'm going, open a window. I'd rather flatten the top of a cab." (S4, E9)
(On Ida Blankenship) "She died like she lived: surrounded by the people she answered phones for." (S4, E9)
"Well, I gotta go learn a bunch of people's names before I fire them." (S4, E12)
"When you're done with him, just fold him up and slide him under the door." (S5, E1)
"I�m supposed to have dinner with Jane�s snooty friends, sit around talking about Frank Lloyd Rice. I always say it that way. They hate it." (S5, E6)
"Who knows why people in history did good things? For all we know, Jesus was trying to get the loaves and fishes account." (S5, E7)
"You know, I used to jump off mountains, and it never occurred to me that I had this invisible parachute." (S6, E1)
"You know, we sold actual death for 25 years with Lucky Strike. You know how we did it? We ignored it." (S6, E1)
"What are the events in life? It's like, you see a door. The first time you come to it, you say, 'Oh, what�s on the other side of the door?' Then you open a few doors and then you say, 'I think I want to go over a bridge this time. I�m tired of doors.' Finally you go through one of these things, and you come out the other side, and you realize that�s all there are: doors! And windows and bridges and gates. And they all open the same way. And they all close behind you. Look, life is supposed to be a path, and you go along, and these things happen to you, and they�re supposed to change your direction, but it turns out that�s not true. Turns out the experiences are nothing. They�re just some pennies you pick up off the floor, stick in your pocket, and you�re just going in a straight line to you-know-where." (S6, E1)