The only time I ever done it, I was going through a manic phase, so I feel like I'm a virgin again.

The fight was all my fault. Which also happens to be a served, place in the wrong side of the court.

Silver: Sounds to me like you're throwing away your future.
Teddy: Sounds to me like you're really judgmental.

Annie: We're gonna take that car for a ride today.
Silver: Hopefully before I get strangled by my own boobs.

Teddy: Are those new shoes? I like them.
Silver: So did I. When I bought them... in seventh grade. Nice try.

Silver: I got a haircut.
Teddy: Like a hair cut? A single hair?

Naomi: Okay guys, we have to focus. We have to work to do here. I am officially on the quest for the perfect LSD.
Silver: No, no.
Annie: I'm sorry, LSD?
Naomi: Every girl must have the perfect little sequent dress. The LSD is the most important element to a girl's wardrobe because boys like shiny things. They're kind of like babies in that regard.
Annie: Or like trout.
Naomi: True, Liam is totally a trout.

Teddy: Dixon told me the truth. About the dance, Savananah and everything.
Silver: I thought Savannah was a girl. Well obviously she's a girl, but I thought that she was a girl girl, not a sister girl.
Teddy: Well she's a sister girl.

Dixon: What exactly is a seitan burger?
Silver: It's like a burger, except instead of the burger part, it has seitan.
Dixon: I dunno, it sound to me like you're having a satan burger.
Silver: Well, it's the best thing you can get for six dollars and sixty six cents.

Silver: You look tanner than you did yesterday. How is that possible?
Naomi: I may have gone tanning last night.

I'm gonna read War and Peace. Why not? It's one of my New Year's Resolutions.

Silver: I'd ease up on the lip gloss a little bit.
Naomi: Oh, be quiet, I look fantastic.


We're not just friends, we're a family. And nobody messes with my family.


Dixon: Are you sure you're ready for this?
Silver: I've never been more ready for anything in my life.