Jeremy: Corky, Corky, come on, I promise you'll have a great time.
Corky: Uh, Jeremy, isn't Shakespeare the stuff that Jason reads all the time?
Jeremy: Yeah, that's it.
Corky: Well, it sounds kinda like Quaker talk, only, uh, it rhymes every once in a while.
Eleanor: Careful, dear, wouldn't want to lose your girlish figure.
Ada Moon: Better to lose a figure then have to buy one at a mail order house.
Candy: Jason, this is no time to go shopping.
Jason: Candy, how would you like a nice, red, velvet dress? Made to entice.
Candy: Sounds positively wicked.
Jeremy: Um, uh, Jason, now why does Candy need a dress like that?
Jeremy: Why did you use the word "entice," Jason?
Jeremy: That's--that's--that's--Candy's got that gingham dress that I like very much.
Jason: Pierre La Beau. (gestures to Candy) La Bait.
Eleanor: Well, frankly, Mr. Winthrop, I look forward to a muscular Hamlet to play with. Uh, "against." "Opposite."
Biddy: Oh. Well, who cares about him? You know, it's all that makeup he borrowed from me. All that--that lip rouge and that powder and that hair dye. Oh. Not that I--not that I use hair dye. Because I don't. I never would use hair dye, just couldn't...
Jason: Biddy, Biddy, Biddy. My lips are sealed, and so should yours be.
Jason: Because a good performer never spoils the illusion.