One Missed Call (2008)
Beth Raymond: [to Leann about Shelley Baum's funeral] Hey. How was it?
Leann Cole: It was a funeral. It sucked.
Leann Cole: From now on, I only go to parties where no one gets cremated.
Beth Raymond: How are Shelley's parents?
Leann Cole: Considering their 24-year-old daughter drowned in the backyard pond. They're great.
Beth Raymond: And you?
Leann Cole: I knew Shelley. We interned at Saint Luke's together. I mean, she was not crazy.
Beth Raymond: I know but the way she was talking at the end was pretty...
Leann Cole: Yeah, that doesn't mean she killed herself.
[Leann's phone rings]
Brian Sousa: It's all in your head, Beth.
Beth Raymond: [to Leann after hearing her voice mail] That's your voice. That's you.
Brian Sousa: [to Beth] You know, I can hear you analyzing me in your head. You might as well do it out loud.
Beth Raymond: Ok, I think that you're still messed up over Leann. You think that if you flirt with Taylor maybe Leann'll get jealous and come back to you
Brian Sousa: [smiles] Go back to analyzing me in your head. I think I like that better.
Beth Raymond: [reading the caller ID on Leann's cell] It says it's from Shelley. Who'd be calling on Shelley's phone?
Leann Cole: [after missing the call and reading the date] That's creepy. It's dated Monday, 10:17 p.m.
Beth Raymond: It's Friday. Maybe you just set the date wrong.
Beth Raymond: [as Leann listens to the voicemail looking slightly creeped out] Leann, what is it? Leann?
Beth Raymond: [to Leann] Are you ok?
Leann Cole: I haven't been sleeping to well.
Beth Raymond: Call me tonight. I'll read you my paper on developmental perspectives in abuse cases. It's better than Ambien.
[in a church, referring to the crucifix]
Ted Summers: Make sure Jesus is centered! All right?