L.A. Story
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Tom: I'll have a decaf coffee.
Trudi: I'll have a decaf espresso.
Morris Frost: I'll have a double decaf cappuccino.
Ted: Give me decaffeinated coffee ice cream.
Harris: I'll have a half double decaffeinated half-caf, with a twist of lemon.
Trudi: I'll have a twist of lemon.
Tom: I'll have a twist of lemon.
Morris Frost: I'll have a twist of lemon.
Cynthia: I'll have a twist of lemon.

Harris: SanDeE, your... your breasts feel weird.
SanDeE: Oh, that's 'cause they're real.

Harris: A kiss may not be the truth, but it is what we wish were true.

Harris: I could never be a woman, 'cause I'd just stay home and play with my breasts all day.

The Signboard: R.U.O.K.?

SanDeE: I'm studying to be a spokesmodel.
Harris: What is, what is a spokesmodel?
SanDeE: Um, it's just a model who speaks, you know, and she points at things like merchandise, you know, like a car or washer and dryer. Sometimes it's something really small, you know, like, like a book or fine art print.
Harris: They have classes for that?
SanDeE: Yeah, 'cause it's a lot harder than it looks.

Harris: A sign spoke to me, said I was in trouble.
Trudi: If you're talking to signs, you are in trouble.

Harris: There's someone out there for everyone - even if you need a pickaxe, a compass, and night goggles to find them.

Roland: That's the difference between England and America. The English maintain civil relationships with their exes. Americans sue them.

Harris: If confusion about your love life is ruining your day, I think it's good to go over to your best friend's house and ruin her day too.

Harris: You know, you're really nobody in L.A. unless you live in a house with a really big door.

Harris: Why is it that we don't always recognize the moment when love begins but we always know when it ends?

Harris: Ordinarily, I don't like to be around interesting people because it means I have to be interesting too.
Sara: Are you saying I'm interesting?
Harris: All I'm saying is that, when I'm around you, I find myself showing off, which is the idiot's version of being interesting.

Trudi: He said it's the first day of spring.
Harris: Oh shit! Open season on the L.A. freeway.

Harris: So there I was jabbering at her about my new job as a serious newsman - about anything at all - but all I could think was wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, and most wonderful and yet again, wonderful.

Harris: Here, let me not drive for a while.

Sara: Why didn't you tell me you had just broke up with someone?
Harris: How do you know I just broke up with someone?
Sara: Because when men just break up with someone, they always run around with someone much too young for them.
Harris: She's not so young. She'll be 27 in four years.

Mr. Perdue, Maitre D' at L'Idiot: You think with a statement like this you can have the duck?
Chef: He can have the chicken.

Harris: Okay, more wacky, less egghead. What was your name again?

Harris: I'm not kissing anyone hello anymore.
Trudi: Well just shake hands with them.
Harris: Are you kidding? I just wash my hands and I shake hands with some guy that feels like he's been squashing caterpillars.

Continuity mistake: As Harris and Trudi are driving down the freeway, while having a shootout with other drivers, Harris hits a water container on the truck next to them and water sprays across his windscreen. In the next shot (which is wider) the windscreen is completely dry and remains that way for the rest of the scene.

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