#1- Go ahead. Say it.
#2- You don’t deserve her.
#1- I don’t. I know that. But I need her. And I don’t need anything.
#1- I’ll drive you home. #2- I’m flying home.
(in a letter) Don’t invite David to the funeral, he probably wouldn’t cry.
1) Has he asked for anyone? 2) Bert and Ernie.
1) I sat on the glasses! 2) Who put glasses on the chair?
1) I wish E;izabeth was here. 2) Me too. She brought me a dog.
1) Marry me, marry me for my money. 2) I’m not amused Thomas, and I have a great sense of humor. 1) Then marry me for love.
1) Mother go blow out your candles! 2) Can’t we send somebody?
1) Mr. Linus is not a gay! 2) It’s not ‘a gay’ Rosa, it’s just ‘gay’
1) Right smack dab in front of your future in-laws, you are hustling the chauffer’s daughter! 2) We were dancing! 1) Stop dancing!
1) Sabrina, Sabrina, where have you been all my life? 2) Right over the garage.
1) So, your little poem…what does it mean? 2)It’s the story of a watersprite who saves a virgin from a fate worse than death. 1) And Sabrina is the virgin? 2) Sabrina is the saviour…
1) We can just go to… 2) The salarium? It has to be the salarium. And you’ll bring a bottle of Champagne and you’ll put the glasses in the back pockets of your jacket. 1) I don’t think there are any back pockets to my jacket. You were paying attention. 2) And the orchestra will play ‘How Can I Remember’.
1) what did you buy her? 2) A portable fax machine 1) well, that’s… sentimental…
1) What do you expect me to do? Disqualify myself from a billion dollar merger because I might have family connections? *fires gun* 2) What are you doing?!?! It was just a question!!
1) What happend to all the time we saved taking the helicopter? 2) I’m saving it up. 1) No you’re not
1) What was he like as a child? 2) Shorter!
1) You don’t deserve her, but she appears to love you. 2) Yeah, doesn’t that worry you about… I mean about her mental health?
1)Listen, I work in the real world with real responsibilities.
2) I know you work in the real world and you’re very good at it. But that’s work. Where do you live Linus?
1)You taught me everything I know, Mother. 2) I didn’t teach you this…
1-Who are you 2-Who am I? 1-am I saposed to know 2- well actually your not…2-come on David (to the poodle)1-Thats funny thats my name
2-that is funny
1. What was he like when he was younger?
1. Is it this David – you mentioned casually 30/ 40 times when you first arrived here. He sounds every much like an illusion
2. He keeps me company
1. You think? I came here from Province alone, uneducated, for 6 months no more than that a year I sat in a cafe drank coffee and wrote nonsense in a journal, then suddenly it was not nonsense – I went for long walks and I met myself in Paris. You seem embarassed by loneliness – but you see, it’s only a place to start.
1. She went after David and then switched to Lioness when she realized he was the one with the power.
2. Did he tell you that?
3. He told me everything.
1. You guys work Sundays now?
2. It’s Wednesday, David.
1.I thought it was all a lie
2.It was, and then it was a dream, I think you know I love you.
1.you know out of all the women I’ve known, and I’ve known some, your the only one I’ve danced with only once.
2. Twice… 1. what…how could I have forgetten
1.Didn’t you once say everything is business? 2.No, but it sounds like me.
I sat on the glasses.
Ma soeur a une crayon jaune.
1. pay for your life, David. My life makes your life possible. 2.I resent that… 1.So do I!
1.After all, this is the 20th century, Father. 2.Twentieth century? Why, I could pick a century out of a hat, blindfolded, and come up with a better one.
1.First time on the concorde, Mr. Larrabee? 2.Yes. 1.But not your first time in Paris? 2.It is my first everything.
1.I feel terrible. 2.Take a pill. 1.Watch it. I’m still your mother.
1.I never thought of you as a dancer. 2.I’m crazy about it. They call me Bojangles at the office.
1.I’m in Paris but you are somewhere else. 2.I’m sorry, Louis… I shouldn’t have done this. 1.I would like to help. But what you have to face, you won’t face it in bed. You have to face it *here*.
1.I’ve been trying to write her a poem. What rhymes with ‘glass’? 2.Glass… hmm… I know, ‘alas’.
1.Just tell me your name. 2.Hello Sabrina. 1.Sabrina? 3.Hello Linus. 2.How was Paris? 3.Fine, thank you. 1.Sabrina? 2.You look all grown up. 1.Sabrina? 2.Why does he keep saying that?
1.Seems an awfully expensive way just to get a girl out of our hair. 2.What are you talking about? You can’t even get a little olive out of a jar!
1.She’s a real woman, not a, you know. 2.Transvestite. 1.No, she’s not a bimbo.
1.Which Rothschild? 2.Bubba.
1.You don’t live here! 2.Yes, I do. 1.I live here! 2.Hi, neighbor.
1.You’re still reaching for the moon. 2.No, father. The moon’s reaching for me!
1.You’ve been there for two weeks. I doubt every single person in Paris thinks you’re an idiot. 2.Only because I haven’t met them all.
A woman happily in love, she burns the souffle. A woman unhappily in love, she forgets to turn on the oven.
Bonjour, mesdames et messieurs. Yesterday we have learned the correct way how to boil water. Today we will learn the correct way how to crack an egg. Voila! An egg. Now, an egg is not a stone; it is not made of wood, it is a living thing. It has a heart. So when we crack it, we must not torment it. We must be merciful and execute it quickly, like with the guillotine.
For going out. For staying in. For laughs.
Here? Lousy. So far, I’m more affected than she is. I damn near cried twice.
How do you say: ‘I’m just looking.’?
How do you say: ‘I’m looking at what I want.’?
How do you say: ‘This is what I want.’?,/P>
How do you say: I wish I were my brother?
How do you say: My brother has a lovely girl?
How do you say: My sister has a yellow pencil?
I like to think of life as a limousine… though we are all riding together we must remember our places, there is a front seat and a back seat and a window in between.
I thought you two had eloped! Well, that would be okay, but not in my car.
I was checking the spark plugs.
I wish I were dead with my back broken.
It never rained on the night of a Larrabee party, the Larrabee’s wouldn’t have stood for it.
Look at me. Joe College, with a touch of arthritis.
Straight through to the garage, please.
Was there champagne?
Well I just don’t feel like buying anymore networks this year. There’s never anything good on.
You were teaching me how to skate backwards.
A woman happily in love, she burns the soufflÃ©. A woman unhappily in love, she forgets to turn on the oven.
All columnists should be beaten to a pulp and converted back into paper.
America is my country and Paris is my hometown.
Amnesia has definitely set in. He’s completely forgotten he’s engaged. He wants you.
And I want him. I’ve been in love with him all my life.
There goes the engagement.
You don’t object?
Object? To You? It’s as though a window has been thrown open, and a lovely breeze swept through this stuffy old house. How could I object?
Even though the breeze comes from the general direction of the garage?
This is the 20th century, Sabrina.
Come to the party tonight. But please, tell me who you are. Linus: Hello Sabrina. Sabrina:Hello Linus. David: Sabrina?……Sabrina? Linus: Why does he keep saying that? Sabrina: I have to go and um….see my father, thanks for the ride. David: Wait…Linus: No David, no…..
David, you’re like a son to me. David: I AM your son!
David: We can just go to…
Sabrina: The solarium? It has to be the solarium. And you’ll bring a bottle of Champagne and you’ll put the glasses in the back pockets of your jacket.
David: I don’t think there are any back pockets to my jacket. You were paying attention.
Sabrina: And the orchestra will play ‘How Can I Remember’.
Dear Dad, This is my last letter from Paris, I may even be home before you get it. Don’t worry about picking me up I’d like to suprise you. It’s strange, it’s gone by so fast, Gertrude Stine said America is my country and Paris is my hometown, I’ll always feel that way about Paris I want so much for you to know what it’s meant to me. I cross the street some is playing La Vie En Rose. They do it for the tourists but I’m always suprised at how it moves me. It means seeing life through rose colored glasses. Only in Paris where the light is pink does that song make sense, but I’ll have it in my pocket when I get home, and carry it with me where ever I go, Love to you Dad
Did the dry cleaner have your car? (David)
Did the dry cleaners have your car?
Do I look stupid? You know I never thought of my self as stupid, but maybe I am!
Don’t reach for the moon, child.
He sat on a champagne flute. … It was a sharp flute.
He’s a little on the dull side but you can’t help liking him.
Here’s a toughie, which one works for a living?
How can I remember?
I ask to God ‘Why I am here?’ I say, ‘Why God?’ But der is no answer. So, I stop crying. It take eleven jears!
I got you a scarf Joanna! A real Paris scarf! I show you how to tie it.
I like to think of life as a limousine… though we are all riding together we must remember our places, there is a front seat, and a back seat and a window in between.
I’ve been following in footsteps all my life. Save me, Sabrina fair, you’re the only one who can.
I’ve been trying to write her a poem. What rhymes with glass?
Glass… hmm… I know, alas.
If making money were all there was to business, it’d hardly be worthwhile going to the office. Money is a by-product.
IM OVER THE SICKNESS ~~ NOW TO GET OVER THE CURE
It’s all in the family.
Kiss me, David!
Linus,you know I love you. No mother could be prouder. But I think it’s time that you ran away from home!
Linus- You don’t desrve her, but she appears to love you. David- yeah, doesn’t that worry you? I mean, about her mental health?
Listen Linus, when she comes over here, try to make me look good. I mean I know I look good, but try to make me sound good. Mention my accomplishments, my qualities. You can be creative. LIE ok?
More isn’t always better, Linus. Sometimes it’s just more.
Nobody poor was ever called democratic for marrying somebody rich.
Oh, yes, once I was there for thirty-five minutes.
Once upon a time, on the north shore of Long Island, not far from New York, there was a very very large mansion, almost a castle, where there lived a family by the name of Larrabee. There were servants inside the mansion, and servants outside the mansion; boatmen to tend the boats, and six crews of gardeners: two for the solarium, the rest for the grounds, and a tree surgeon on retainer. There were specialists for the indoor tennis courts, and the outdoor tennis courts, the outdoor swimming pool, and the indoor swimming pool. And over the garage there lived a chauffeur by the name of Fairchild, imported from England years ago, together with a Rolls Royce; and a daughter, named Sabrina.
Once upon a time, on the north shore of Long Island, not far from New York, there was a very very large mansion, almost a castle, where there lived a family by the name of Larrabee. There were servants inside the mansion, and servants outside the mansion; boatmen to tend the boats, and six crews of gardeners: two for the solarium, the rest for the grounds, and a tree surgeon on retainer. There were specialists for the indoor tennis courts, and the outdoor tennis courts, the outdoor swimming pool, and the indoor swimming pool. And over the garage there lived a chauffeur by the name of Fairchild, imported from England years ago, together with a Rolls Royce; and a daughter, named Sabrina.And life was pleasant there and very, very simple. But, then one day, the girl grew up and went beyond the walls of the grounds and found the world.
Paris is always a good idea.
Right smack dab infront of your prominent and paranoid future in-laws, you are hustling the chauffer’s daughter!
So far I’m more affected than she is, I damn near cried twice.
There was a marriage. There was a merger. You got in the way.
They say you think morals are pictures on walls and scruples is money in Russia.
They say you’re the world’s only living heart donor.
this one tasted like goodbye kiss
Twenty tree dollahs a pound. Dey be gone in five minutes. Eat fast!
We are sitting on one of the hottest technologies out there, and everyone on Wall Street knows it.
we can go outside if you like
We got you a great nurse, and a two day supply of red Jello.
We were up to our elbows in your underwear drawer. It was like touching the Shroud of Turin.
Well I just don’t feel like buying anymore networks this year. There’s never anything good on.
Well I said goodbye and I think I wished her luck, maybe not. I told her I felt kind of funny accepting my brother’s hand-me-downs and I said “don’t take it peronsally” and I told you’ve always been very generous to your women in the past and I was sure she’d be more than compensated for, whatever.
When I first come to dis country, I was alone, like Sabrina! I just weigh more.
You know, I’ve been to every party you’ve ever had. Right there. in that tree, like a bat. Now, here we are… dancing in front of God and everyone.
You know, of all the girls I’ve known, and I’ve known some… is that a song… you’re the only girl I’ve danced with only once.
You’re a grown man David, finish something.
[On the phone] Don’t worry, he’s not going to sue his own mother…Well, he’s not me!
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