Must Love Dogs (2005)
Diane Lane: Sarah
Sarah : I want to be in love. I want to wake up next to someone and see them smile, do the whole Sunday breakfast thing, go out and get the paper, stay in bed together all day.
Jake : That's what it was like when I met Sarah. Anyway that's what I
Sarah : I made you nauseous?
Jake : In a good way - I was lovesick.
Sarah : [laughing] That was good, honey.
title cards : [in front of two dogs who played Mother Teresa] No animals were harmed during the filming of this movie.
title cards : Though we were petted within an inch of our lives.
Deli Guy : Hi, can I help you?
Sarah : Single chicken breast please.
Deli Guy : You know for an extra $0.75 cents you can get the whole fryer here. Two breasts, two thighs and a wing, today's special.
Sarah : Thank you, I don't know when I'd eat all that.
Deli Guy : It's just an extra $0.75 cents.
Sarah : It's not the $0.75 cents, I hate to see food go bad.
Deli Guy : Oh, we got a hundred recipes here. You can always cook 'em up freeze 'em and...
Sarah : Look, Listen to me mister! I'm divorced ok? I eat alone, usually standing over the sink, I don't want a bunch of chicken hanging around, ok? Thank you.
Sarah : They had to cut me out of the snow with scissors.
Christine : [Sarah is in the bath and not picking up the phone] Sarah, it's me, Christine. Pick up. Come on, Sarah. I already talked to Dad.
Sarah : [sighs and answers the phone] Who else knows?
Christine : No one.
Sarah : Come on, Carol has to know.
Christine : Why does Carol have to know? Couldn't I once know something before she does?
Sarah : [realizing] She's there with you, isn't she?
Christine : No.
Sarah : Hello, Carol.
Carol : [small beat] Hi, Sarah. I was telling Chris it's a shame I didn't know about this before because I would have called Uncle Chet. We could have doubled.
Sarah : Oh, no. This story is going to be immortalized into family history, isn't it? Told and retold at Thanksgiving dinner, year after year...
Carol : Oh, not just Thanksgiving. I think it's a good Christmas story to.
[both Carol and Christine laugh]
Sarah : Bye guys.
Christine : [laughing] Wait. Tell the truth. One a scale of one to ten how would you rate Dad as a date? Hot, super hot?
[Sarah hangs up]
Carol : Hello! Don't worry, it's just me. I'm in the kitchen. I filled your freezer again. There's now enough meat to feed every guy who answered your ad and still...
[Walks in from the kitchen and sees Jake]
Carol : Whoa.
Sarah : Jake Anderson, my sister Carol. Jake did, in fact, answer the ad.
Jake : Do I get my meat?
[Carol tosses him the meat]
Dolly : So, what do you think of my competition?
Sarah : I don't really wanna discuss my father's...
Dolly : oh, it's okay. It's okay. I know. A woman always knows. Not always. - Your guy go younger?...
Sarah : Yeah.
Dolly : They always go younger, don't they? It does seem to trend that way, doesn't it? When they're 80, they want 60. When they're 60, they want 40. When they're 80, they want 40. And they get it. Goddamn supply and demand. We ought to kill the guy who thought that one up.