Hallie-Do you want to know the difference between us?
Annie-Let me see…I know how to fence and you don’t
or I have class and you don’t. Make your choice Parker.
im making a memory so that yars from now i can remember my dear grandfther who smelled like peppermints and pipe tobacco
1 and i suppose you expect me to go weak in the knees and fall into your arms and cry Hysterically and say we can work this whole thing out a Bi-Continental relationship with our daugthers being raised here an and there and *sigh* and you and I just picking up where we left off and frowing old together and *pause* and sigh O come on nick what do you expect? to live happily ever after?
2 yes to all the above except you don’t have to cry hysterically
1 o yes i do
1) I don’t think that’s a possibility babe. 2) Why not? 1( That’s why not.
1. Annie! 2. Martin! 1. Missed you. 2. Missed you. 1. What have you done to your hair? 2. Cut it. Do you like it? 1. Love it. It’s the new you. And you’ve had your ears pierced. Give me five, girlfriend.
1. Don’t shut YOUR eyes! 2. Sorry. I just got a little nervous. 1. YOU’RE nervous? An eleven-year-old is cutting my hair. 2. Hey, you sounded just like me. 1. Well, I’m supposed to, aren’t I? Go on, just do it.
1. First change I make in that household is to send that two-faced little brat off to boarding school in Timbuktu. 2. Ice-woman. 1. Proud of it, babe.
1. Hal, isn’t there something you’d like to tell me? Like, why Sammie never comes near you anymore, or why all of a sudden your appetite’s changed, or why you’re neat as a pin and using expressions like ‘You gave me a fright’. 2. Chessy, I’ve changed over the summer, that’s all. 1. Okay. If I didn’t know any better, it would seem to me almost as if you were…no, forget it. It’s impossible. 2. Almost as if I were who, Chessy? 1. Forget that I said anything about it. 2. Almost as if I were…Annie? 1. You know about Annie? 2. I am Annie.
1. Honey, did I ever tell you that Hallie was a twin? 2. No, I’m afraid that you forgot that little detail. 3. Don’t feel too bad, Mer. He never mentioned it to me, either. By the way, I’m the REAL Hallie. This is Annie. She was pretending to be me, while I was pretending to be her, and this is our mother, Elizabeth James.
1. How are we paying for all this? 2. Well, we pooled our allowances. 1. Yeah, right, Annie. 2. Okay, Grandfather chipped in a bit. 3. Annie! 2. Okay, he chipped in a lot. 4. Come on, you guys are gonna love it. Elizabeth and Nick, your dinner awaits. 1. But the table’s only set for two. 2. Oh, that’s the other part of the surprise. We’re not joining you.
1. I have a brilliant beyond brilliant idea! I’m serious. I am a total genius. You want to know what Dad is like, right? And I’m dying to know Mom. What I’m thinking is–don’t freak out, okay?–I think we should switch places. 2. What? 1. Annie, we can do it. We’re twins, aren’t we? 2. Hallie, we’re totally and completely 100 percent different. 1. So, what’s the problem? I’ll teach you to be me, and you teach me to be you. Look, I can do you already. (Pulls hair back and speaks with a British accent). ‘Yes, you want to know the difference between us? I have class and you don’t’ (Annie smiles). Come on, Ann, I’ve gotta meet my mom (Hallie makes a ‘puppy face’. Annie smiles). 2. The truth is, you know, if we switch, sooner or later, they’ll have to unswitch us. 1. And when they do, they’ll have to meet again, face to face. 2. After all these years. 1. Thank you. I told you I’m brilliant. (Twins giggle).
1. I mean, think about it. I only have a mother, and you only have a father. You’ve never seen your mom, and I’ve never seen my dad. You have one old picture of your mom, and I have one old picture of my dad, but at least yours is probably a whole picture. Mine’s a pathetic little thing all crinkled and ripped right down the middle, and…what are you rummaging in your trunk for? 2. This. It’s a picture of my mom, and it’s ripped, too. 1. Right down the middle? 2. Right down the middle. 1. This is so freaky. Okay, on the count of three, we’ll show them to each other. One. 2. Two. Both: Three. 2. That’s my mom. 1. That’s my dad…That’s the lunch bell. 2. I’m not so hungry anymore. If your mom is my mom, and my dad is your dad, and we’re both born on October 11th, then you and I are like…like sisters. 1. Sisters? Hallie, we’re like twins.
1. I’ll make you a little deal. Loser jumps into the lake after the game. 2. Excellent. 1. Buck-naked. 2. Even more excellent. Start unzipping, Parker. Straight in diamonds. 1. Oh, you’re good, James, but you’re just not good enough. In your honor, a royal flush.
1. I’m sorry, I hate to interrupt, but might I suggest that we continue this little powwow inside? Hi, you probably don’t remember me. 2. Chessy! 1. I always knew I liked her.
1. Now, you listen and you listen good. I am marrying your father in two weeks, whether you like it or not, so I suggest that you do not tango with me anymore. You are in way over your head. Is that clear? 2. Crystal.
1. Now, you remember, if you want me to come here and collect you at the end of camp, I’m only a phone call away. 2. Thanks, but I’ll be fine. Really. See you in eight weeks, Marty old pal. 1. Missing you already, queen of my heart.
1. Oh, my Godd. 2. What? 1. I have pierced ears. 2. No, no, no and no. Not happening. Sorry, wrong number. I won’t. I refuse. 1. Then, cutting your hair was a total waste. There’s no way I can go to camp with pierced ears and come home without. Come on.
1. Okay, this is Grandfather. 2. He’s so cute! What do we call him? 1. Grandfather. 2. Why didn’t I think of that? 1. This is Martin, he’s our butler. 2. We HAVE a BUTLER?
1. Shall we review your mother’s list? 2. Mm-hm. 1. Vitamins? 2. Check. 1. Minerals? 2. Check. 1. List of daily fruits and vegetables? 2. Check, check…Check for fruits, check for vegetables. Go on.
1. She’s drunk! She’s never had more than one glass of wine in her entire life, and she chooses today to show up totally zonked. 2. Well, better do as your mother says and meet her upstairs.
1. Sorry, ladies. Two pair. Read ’em and weep. (Girls groan). That’s it? No more takers? 2. I’ll take a whack at it. 1. Take a seat, Parker. 2. Deal me in.
1. Sure, you’ll help me. Right over a cliff you’ll help me. 2. Not a bad idea. 3. Yeah, see any cliffs?
1. Technically, you belong to your father, and Annie belongs to me. 2. His and hers kids. No offense, Mom, but this arrangement really sucks. 1. I agree. It totally sucks.
1. That was a great flight, wasn’t it? I mean, it was so quick. 2. I’ve never seen you so thirsty before, Madam. 1. Well, would you believe, Martin, darling, that I’ve never tasted vodka before this trip. 2. You could have fooled me, ma’am. 1. All right, let’s rock’n’roll. 3. I am in such major trouble here.
1. Well? 2. I told Hallie. 1. And? 2. She went ballistic. She started yelling in French. I didn’t even know she spoke French. 1. Nicky, this reaction is totally classic. I mean, Daddy’s getting remarried (something). I’d be worried if she didn’t act this way.
1. What’s going on? 2. Here’s what’s going on, buddy. The day we get married is the day I ship those brats off to Switzerland. Get the picture? It’s me or them. 1. Them. 2. Excuse me? 1. T-H-E-M. Them. Get the picture? 2. Ooooo!
1. Where’s Meredith? 2. We played a couple of harmless tricks on her, and she freaked out a little. 3. A little? She threw this at my head. At least it’s smaller than a hair dryer. 1. Oh, Nick. I’m sorry. If only I hadn’t insisted she go. 3. Tricked would be more like it. Like mother, like daughters.
1. You don’t have to come as our butler, just as a friend. 2. I’d be delighted, madam, and may I say, as a friend, if I were seeing my ex after eleven years, and I had your legs…I’d wear this little baby. You’d kill in it.
1. You want the 4-1-1? 2. What’s the 4-1-1? 1. The information. The lowdown. I shouldn’t be surprised. I’d like to know if was number 28…I mean 29…in a man’s life. 2. I’m number 29? 1. Yep. It’s always the same routine. Horseback riding through the vineyards, candlelight dinners with his special reserve label wine, moonlight swims… 3. Here we are. Here’s a bottle of my special reserve label. Did you girls find anything to talk about while I was gone? (Annie holds her nose and dunks underwater). Does that mean yes? 2. It sure does.
1. You’re going to adopt Meredith! 2. No, honey. I’m not going to adopt Meredith, I’m going to marry her. 1. Marry her!? That’s insane! How can you marry someone old enough to be my big sister!? (starts speaking French). 2. Hal… (Annie yells some more in French) Hal…are you speaking French?
1. You’re not Annie? 2. That would be correct. 1. You’re Hallie? 2. I am. You and Dad must think alike, because you sent us to the same camp, and we met there, and I guess that we just sort of decided to switch lives.
1. This is so scary. 2. Honey, you never looked better.
1. Well? 2. I told Hallie. 1. And? 2. She went ballistic. She started yelling in French. I didn’t even know she spoke French. 1. Nicky, this reaction is totally classic. I mean, its Daddy’s getting remarried 101. I’d be worried if she didn’t act this way.
1. You talkin to me? 2. What are you Robert DeNiro, YES I AM TALKING TO YOU!
1.want one 2.oh sure i love oreos but at home i….i eat them with peanutbutter1.(holds up a jar of skippy peanutbutter) that is so weird so do i
2.really most people find that totally disgusting
1.i know i dont get it
(Not a Quote) Thanks a lot to Rachel Wallace for all the great quotes she’s posted for this great movie, they’ve been very helpful. NB. Sorry about the corrections, and you ARE right on that one… but the others had to be said. Here’s another quote: Chessy: Don’t look at me, I don’t know a thing (closes doors)
Corrections to some Quotes above:
Hallie-Do you want to know the difference between us? Annie-Let me see…I know how to fence and you don’t or I have class and you don’t. take your pick.
Lovely girl, horrid habit. What did I do, send you off to summer camp or boarding school?
1. I’ll make you a little deal. Loser jumps into the lake after the game. 2. Excellent. 1. Butt-naked. 2. Even more excellent. Start unzipping, Parker. Straight in diamonds. 1. Oh, you’re good, James, but you’re just not good enough. In your honor, a royal flush.
All right, fine. If that’s the way you want it, then let the games begin.
And what am I supposed to do for three days while you’re off on some crazy trek into the mountains? Sit home and knit?
Dear RACHEL WALLACE, you have no life. i’m so sorry.
Hallie- Tell ya what I’m gonna do… I’ll make you a little deal. Loser jumps into the lake after the fame
Hallie- Butt naked
Annie- Even more excellent… Start unzipping Parker.. Straight in diamonds
Hallie- You good James, but, just not good enough.. In your honor, a royal flush
Hallie- Thankyou, thankyou ver much (elvis voice)
Hallie: you wanna know the real difference between us
Annie: let me see, i know how to fence and you don’t or i have class and you don’t take your pick.
have fun old bean
Hello, Reverend Moseby. Mm-hmm, of course, no I understand it’s for a local charity. Oh, yes, I’m writing it all down.
hey you Montana girl!!
I HAVE A BRILLIANT BEOND BRILLIANT IDEA!!!!!!!!!
I love Oreos. At home, I eat them with peanut butter.
I’ll take a whack at it.
In your honor a rayal flush.
In your honor, a royal flush.
Liz- Hello! You’re back so soon. Did you have fun?
Hallie- Well, I wouldn’t go right to fun.
Liz- You wouldn’t?
Annie-We’ve been punished till the end of the century.
Nick- Starting now.Go!
Look I can do you already. You want to know the true difference between us, I have class and you don’t.
Lovely girl, horrid habit. What did I do, send you off to summer camp or finishing school?
mom, mom, are you there, pick up, mom?
no thanks, i’m allergic
ok, so that’s the way you want it… then let the games begin…
Okay, well, why don’t you go get the tickets from your grandmafather?
Okay, why don’t you go get the tickets from your grandmafather and I’ll get finished here.
See ICan do you already. You want to know the difference between us? Well I have calss and you don’t.
She loves this thing a lot … a lot a lot!
She went balistic… she started yelling in French… I didn’t even know she spole French!
Thank-you thank-you very much!
Thanks for all the help, Hal.
The difference between you and I, is that I have class….and you dont!
umm, for you, miss Corrections for some quotes above – it IS Finishing school, NOT boarding school! ha!
we’re like twins
Well I wouldn’t go straight to fun!
Well if you ask me the bouqet’s a little too robusk for a merlot, but then again i’m partial to the softer California grape.
yepz it IS finishing school…I’m watching the movie right now and that scene just ended.
yes, do you want to know the difference between us? i have a class and you dont!
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