Samantha Who? Quotes
(end voiceover) You know that thing about touching the plate after the waiter tells you it's hot? The most exciting time is that moment right before you touch it. After that, you're just an idiot sitting in a restaurant with a burnt finger. The truth is, as one who's had my share of meals, it's a lot more fun when you're not in pain.
A lot of work. All the photography, you know. I mean, enough with the weddings already. Take the money and buy a house people.Todd
Samantha: My heart is still beating like crazy. You gotta feel this. (takes Dena's hand and places it on her chest)
Dena: Yeah, I'm kind of creeped out by the fact that there's something in our chests that's pumping blood. I do not like that.
Samantha: Andrea, you know something and I want to hear it.
Andrea: There was an incident a few years ago. You and I were coming out of a club.
Andrea: Sorry, usually by now, you're like "Oh my God" and then you remember everything.
Samantha: Just tell me the story!
Howard: Samantha, what the hell is going on in here?
Samantha: If I told you, I don't think you'd be very happy.
Howard: Well, I don't expect things to make me happy. I'm from a different generation.
...The meaning can be interpreted in countless ways, like that statue of a giant clothespin.
Well, that's what those artists do. They get these models drunk. They loosen their inhibitions and they sleep with them. You saw Titanic.Regina
Howard: Art should challenge you. If I'm gonna pay twelve dollars for parking, art should make me think. I'm not thinking, Regina.
Regina: Well, don't let it stop you from talking.
Andrea: God! That's my boss! There must be some kind of line he's crossing here, right?
Samantha: It's not happening if you don't look at it.
Andrea: Like poverty.
Regina: Don't do that. I need the address.
Samantha: What? You're going?
Regina: Yeah, I didn't sleep with him.
Samantha: You know what? For some reason, I'm not welcome into the apartment that I own.
Frank: Maybe because you tried to destroy his relationship with Chloe.
Samantha: (mumbling) I don't know... I'm not a mind reader.
Howard: (looking at semi-nude photograph) OK... now we're talking.
Regina: Oh, well... sure. You like that one. It's a naked woman.
Howard: Well, that's not why I like it. There's an overall theme. There's an intimacy to it.
Regina: Well, that's what those artists do. They get these models drunk, loosen their inhibitions and have sex with them. You saw Titanic.
Howard: I don't like it because of the sex. There's an idea. There's a point of view...
Regina: (interrupting) There's a mole... It's our daughter.
Howard: Oh, my God.