Ivan Schrank: Youth is wasted on the young.
Roger Greenberg: I'd go further. I'd go: 'Life is wasted on people.'
Florence Marr: You like old things.
Roger Greenberg: A shrink said to me once that I have trouble living in the present, so I linger on the past because I felt like I never really lived it in the first place, you know?
Florence Marr: I just got out of a long relationship and I don't want to go from just having sex to just having sex to just having sex.
Roger Greenberg: Who's the third 'just having sex'?
Florence Marr: You. If we had sex.
Roger Greenberg: All the men out here dress like children and the kids dress like superheroes.
Roger Greenberg: I'll take you to it.
Florence Marr: How's that gonna work? Am I going to drive you to take me?
Roger Greenberg: Its huge to finally embrace the life you never planned on.
Florence Marr: You like me so much more than you think you do.
Roger Greenberg: Wish it wasn't too late to get my medical degree.
Ivan Schrank: It's not too late.
Roger Greenberg: I'd be over 50 by the time I graduated.
Ivan Schrank: What is it? Four years, right?
Roger Greenberg: Yeah, but I know myself. I'd procrastinate, take time off. Eight years at best. Who's gonna hire a 49... Let's just call it 50. A 50-year-old vet?
Ivan Schrank: I'm confused. Are you going to vet school or regular medical school?
Roger Greenberg: Neither, clearly.
Roger Greenberg: We're not really even dating... and we're seeing other people.
Florence Marr: I'm not seeing anyone...
Roger Greenberg: Neither am I!... But I want to
Florence Marr: Who?
Roger Greenberg: I don't know! Anyone. I'm doing nothing, I'm not tied to anyone. How many times do we have to go over it. Jesus! I should be with a divorced 38 year old who has teenage kids and low expectations about life. I don't wanna fucking do this anymore. God!
Roger Greenberg: Um... can the pool overflow?
Phillip Greenberg: Yes, the pool can fucking overflow! What the fuck's going on over there?
Roger Greenberg: It's raining.
Phillip Greenberg: Have a great vacation. Thank you. Take care of my house and dog. Oh, is he dead? Sorry.
Roger Greenberg: You know what? I asked you a question.
Phillip Greenberg: "Can the pool overflow?" Fuck you!
Roger Greenberg: The thing about you kids is that you're all kind of insensitive. I'm glad I grew up when I did cos your parents were too perfect at parenting- all that baby Mozart and Dan Zanes songs; you're just so sincere and interested in things! There's a confidence in you guys that's horrifying. You're all ADD and carpal tunnel. You wouldn't know Agoraphobia if it bit you in the ass, and it makes you mean. You say things to someone like me who's older and smarter with this light air... I'm freaked out by you kids. I hope I die before I end up meeting one of you in a job interview.
Florence Marr: I was thinking this morning that I've been out of college now for as long as I was in, and nobody cares if I get up in the morning.
Roger Greenberg: Dear Starbucks, in your attempt to manufacture culture out of fast food coffee you've been surprisingly successful for the most part. The part that isn't covered by 'the most part' sucks.
Roger Greenberg: It's the harder, more painful decision to stay free but that's what adulthood is.
Florence Marr: Can we take it slow? I just got out of a long relationship and i don't want to go from just having sex to just having sex to just having sex.
Roger Greenberg: Who's the third "just having sex"?
Florence Marr: You. If we had sex.
Roger Greenberg: OK, who's the second, then?