Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon

Highest Rated: 100% Everything Is Copy (2016)

Lowest Rated: 7% Hot Pursuit (2015)

Birthday: Mar 22, 1976

Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana

As one of the most impressively talented members of the emerging New Hollywood of the early 21st century, Reese Witherspoon has proven that she can do far more than just pose winsomely for the camera. Born March 22, 1976, in Nashville, TN, Witherspoon was a child model and acted in television commercials from the age of seven. She had a part in the 1991 Lifetime cable movie Wildflower before making her 1991 film debut in the coming-of-age story The Man in the Moon (1991). The 14-year-old Witherspoon made an immediate impact on critics and audiences alike, netting widespread praise for her portrayal of a tomboy experiencing love for the first time.While still in high school, Witherspoon completed two more feature films, Jack the Bear (1993), starring Danny De Vito, and Disney's A Far Off Place (1993), which required the actress to spend several months living in the Kalahari Desert. Following a supporting role in the 1993 CBS miniseries Return to Lonesome Dove and a lead in the critically disembowelled S.F.W., Witherspoon temporarily set aside her career to study English literature at Stanford University. She then returned to film as the abused girlfriend of a psychotic Mark Wahlberg in the thriller Fear (1996). In the same year, she had to deal with yet another crazed male in Freeway, a satirical version of Little Red Riding Hood in which Witherspoon co-starred with Kiefer Sutherland, who took on the role of the aforementioned crazed male.Her career began to take off in 1998, with roles in two high-profile films. The first, Twilight, saw her sharing the screen with Gene Hackman, Susan Sarandon, and Paul Newman. The film received mixed reviews and lackluster box office, but Pleasantville, her other project that year, proved to be both a critical and financial hit. The actress won wide recognition for her leading role as Tobey Maguire's oversexed sister, and this recognition -- along with critical respect -- increased the following year with another leading role, in Alexander Payne's acclaimed satire Election. Starring opposite Matthew Broderick, Witherspoon won raves for her hilarious, high-strung portrayal of student-council presidential candidate Tracy Flick. The character stood in stark contrast to the one Witherspoon subsequently portrayed in Cruel Intentions, Roger Kumble's delightfully trashy all-teen update of Dangerous Liaisons. As the virginal Annette, Witherspoon was convincing as the object of Ryan Phillippe's reluctant affection, perhaps due in part to her real-life relationship with the actor, whom she married in June 1999.After turning up in an amusing minor role as serial killer Patrick Bateman's burnt-out yuppie girlfriend in American Psycho (2000), Witherspoon again pleased critics and audiences alike with her decidedly Clueless-esque role in 2001's Legally Blonde. Her star turn as a seemingly dimwitted sorority blonde-turned-Harvard law-school-prodigy unexpectedly shot the featherweight comedy to number one, despite such heavy summer contenders as Steven Spielberg's A.I. and the ominously cast heist thriller The Score. The 18-million-dollar film went on to gross nearly 100 million dollars, proving that Witherspoon had finally arrived as a box-office draw.Though she would test out her chops in the Oscar Wilde adaptation The Importance of Being Earnest, Witherspoon's proper follow-up to Legally Blonde came in the form of 2002's Sweet Home Alabama, a culture-clash romantic comedy as embraced by audiences as it was rejected by critics. As with Drew Barrymore before her, Witherspoon used her newfound standing among the Hollywood elite to start her own production company, Type A Films, as well as to up her asking price to the rarefied 15-million-dollar range for the sequel to Legally Blonde. Though Blonde 2 didn't perform quite as well as the first film, the power player/doting mother of two wasted no time in prepping other projects for the screen, taking the lead in 2004's elaborate costume drama Vanity Fair as Beck

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Legally Blonde 3 Producer Elle Woods 2020
87% This Changes Everything Actor 2019
32% Home Again Alice $26.4M 2017
72% Sing Rosita $270.4M 2016
100% Everything Is Copy Actor 2016
7% Hot Pursuit Cooper $26.9M 2015
74% Inherent Vice Deputy D.A. Penny Kimball $6.2M 2015
89% Wild Cheryl Producer $24.7M 2014
87% Gone Girl Producer 2014
24% Devil's Knot Pam Hobbs $0.2M 2014
97% Mud Juniper $21.6M 2013
26% This Means War Lauren $54.8M 2012
60% Water for Elephants Marlena $58.8M 2011
32% How Do You Know Lisa $30.3M 2010
No Score Yet Monsters Vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space Actor 2009
24% Four Christmases Producer Kate $120.2M 2008
No Score Yet Legally Blondes Producer 2008
47% Rendition Isabella El-Ibrahimi $9.7M 2007
87% The Last King of Scotland Actor $17.5M 2006
54% Penelope Producer Annie $10.1M 2006
83% Walk the Line June Carter $119.4M 2005
55% Just Like Heaven Elizabeth Masterson $48.3M 2005
49% Vanity Fair Becky Sharp $16.1M 2004
No Score Yet Cruel Intentions 3 Actor 2004
37% Legally Blonde 2 - Red, White & Blonde Executive Producer Elle Woods $89.9M 2003
38% Sweet Home Alabama Melanie $127.3M 2002
57% The Importance of Being Earnest Cecily 2002
56% The Party's Over Actor 2001
70% Legally Blonde Elle Woods $95.1M 2001
15% The Trumpet of the Swan Serena 2001
22% Little Nicky Holly $38.6M 2000
69% American Psycho Evelyn Williams 2000
43% Best Laid Plans Lissa 1999
92% Election Tracy Flick 1999
54% Cruel Intentions Annette Hargrove 1999
85% Pleasantville Jennifer Wagner/Mary Sue Parker 1998
60% Twilight Mel Ames 1998
43% Overnight Delivery Ivy Miller 1998
77% Freeway Vanessa 1996
44% Fear Nicole Walker 1996
12% S.F.W. Wendy 1994
29% Jack the Bear Karen Morris 1993
45% A Far Off Place Nonnie Parker 1993
No Score Yet Desperate Choices: To Save My Child Cassie 1992
No Score Yet Wildflower Ellie Perkins 1991
90% The Man in the Moon Dani Trant 1991

TV

Credit
56% Fierce Queens
2020
2020
78% Little Fires Everywhere
2020
Executive Producer Elena Richardson 2020
32% Truth Be Told
2019
Executive Producer 2020
2019
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2003
Guest 2020
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2012
2011
2010
2008
2007
2005
2004
2003
61% The Morning Show
2019
Executive Producer Bradley Jackson 2019
89% Big Little Lies
2017-2019
Executive Producer Madeline Martha Mackenzie 2019
2017
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
2007
Guest 2019
2017
2012
2011
2008
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
2014
Guest 2018
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
Guest 2018
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden
2015-2019
Guest 2018
2017
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
2014
Guest 2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
No Score Yet Close Up With the Hollywood Reporter
2015
Panelist 2017
41% Chelsea
2016-2017
Appearing Guest 2017
2016
No Score Yet Conan
2010
Guest 2017
2015
2012
2011
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Trevor Noah
2015-2019
Guest 2016
29% Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris
2015
Guest 2015
64% The Muppets
2015-2016
Herself 2015
No Score Yet Variety Studio: Actors on Actors
2015
Guest 2015
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
1993-2015
Guest 2015
2012
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
1975
Host Guest 2015
2001
No Score Yet 60 Minutes
1999
Appearing 2014
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Guest 2013
2012
No Score Yet CBS This Morning
2012
Guest 2012
No Score Yet MTV First
2011-2014
Guest 2012
No Score Yet Chelsea Lately
2007-2014
Guest 2012
2010
2009
68% American Idol
2002-2016
Appearing 2008
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest 2004
2003
2002
2001
85% The Simpsons
1989
Voice 2002
No Score Yet King of the Hill
1997-2010
Voice 2000

QUOTES FROM Reese Witherspoon CHARACTERS

Cheryl says: What if I forgave myself? I thought. What if I forgave myself even though I'd done something I shouldn't have? What if I was a liar and a cheat and there was no excuse for what I'd done other than because it was what I wanted and needed to do? What if I was sorry, but if I could go back in time I wouldn't do anything differently than I had done? What if I'd actually wanted to fuck every one of those men? What if heroin taught me something? What if yes was the right answer instead of no? What if what made me do all those things everyone thought I shouldn't have done was what also had got me here? What if I was never redeemed? What if I already was?

Elle Woods says: I'm here to speak for those who can't speak for themselves.

Cheryl says: There's no way to know what makes one thing happen and not another, what leads to what, what destroys what or causes what to flourish or die or take another course. What if I forgave myself? What if I was sorry, but if I could go back in time, I wouldn't do a single thing differently. What if I'd wanted to sleep with every single one of those men? What if heroin taught me something? What if all those things I did were the things that got me here? What if I was never redeemed? What if I already was?

Cheryl says: Should I stay or should I go?

June Carter says: If ya'll sit down, squat down or lie down but make yourselves at home because here's the one and only, Mr. Johnny Cash!

Pearl Smooter says: Your daddy... Lord, but I was a fool for that man. I couldn't even put one foot in front of the other. I just kept thinkin', "Oh, preacher, hurry up before he changes his mind!" Now that man makes me so crazy sometimes I could wring his neck!

Melanie Carmichael says: You still love him, though.

Pearl Smooter says: God knows I do. And only He knows why.

Wade says: (breaking up Melanie and Jake's kiss in the rain) What the hell are you two tryin' to do... get yourselves killed?

Melanie Carmichael says: What seems to be the trouble, officer?

Wade says: I'm here to bring you in, young lady!

Jake Perry says: What did she do this time?

Wade says: Well, the way I hear it... seems like she run out on a perfectly good cake!

June Carter says: You walked all the way from Nashville?

Johnny Cash says: Yeah, well, walkin' is good for you...

June Carter says: It burns. It burns.

Kate says: Cassie! That marker in your mouth, I peed on it!

Melanie Carmichael says: (about Bryant the dog as he jumps in the water) Can he swim?

Melanie Carmichael says: Can he swim?

Jake Perry says: Doesn't look like it?

Melanie Carmichael says: (on her cell phone while driving) I can't, I'm in Alabama.

Melanie Carmichael says: I can't, I'm in Alabama.

Tabatha says: (in New York) Oh... my god.

Tabatha says: Oh my god.

Juniper says: Why are you helpin' us?

Ellis says: Because both of you love each other.

Brooke Taylor Windham says: You're an angel.

Elle Woods says: So how are you? Are you all right? You look so... orange.

Elle Woods says: So how are you? Are you all right? You look so orange.

Brooke Taylor Windham says: I'm just glad that it's you and not Callahan

Elle Woods says: He means well. He's very brilliant.

Brooke Taylor Windham says: He better be, for what I'm paying for him.

Juniper says: Why are you helping us?

Ellis says: Because both of you love each other.

Johnny Cash says: Tell me you don't love me.

June Carter says: I don't love you.

Johnny Cash says: You're a liar...

Johnny Cash says: You're a liar.

June Carter says: I guess you ain't got no problems then.

Jake Perry says: Whatcha wanna be married to me for?

Melanie Carmichael says: So I can kiss you anytime I want.

Melanie Carmichael says: Why don't you just go to a gay bar?!

Melanie Carmichael says: Why don't you just go to a gay bar?

Nicole Walker says: Everybody says one thing and then does another.

David McCall says: Just you and me Nicole, nobody else.

Nicole Walker says: Nobody else [kisses David back]

Nicole Walker says: Nobody else.

David McCall says: Do you want me?

Nicole Walker says: Yes.

David McCall says: Tell me, tell me you want me.

Nicole Walker says: I want you David.

David McCall says: Yeah?

Nicole Walker says: [nods her head] David?

Nicole Walker says: David?

Nicole Walker says: I love you.

Nicole Walker says: Isn't this the car they stopped making 'cause it, I don't know, blows up or something?

David McCall says: Guess that's why I got her.

Nicole Walker says: Isn't this the car they stopped making 'cause it, I don't know, blows up or something?

David McCall says: Guess that's why I got her.

Nicole Walker says: My dad hates him, that's for sure.

Margo Masse says: Well that means that he knows you're sleeping together, you know it's that usual weirdo jealousy trip.

Nicole Walker says: How could he possibly know we were sleeping together?

Margo Masse says: Caught ya, ya hoe! You never told me you were screwing him! You'll always remember your first, not your second, not your third, just your first.

David McCall says: You're not dancing.

Nicole Walker says: I know.

Jake Perry says: Holy shit, what happened to the stove? Oh and where are some little magnets I had over here huh? What the hell is this? Chick food?

Melanie Carmichael says: Light beer. Less calories. I've tried to pick out a new bed but have you ever been to the Sit and Sleep lately? Yuck. I suppose I'll just have to order somethin' from New York

Jake Perry says: Whatever blows your dress up, darlin'. You go right ahead and spent your money.

Melanie Carmichael says: Oh but, darlin', I thought you said we should think of it as our money? Just a guess, but I'm thinkin' the words "joint checkin'" are flashin' into your head right now?

Jake Perry says: How much did you take?

Melanie Carmichael says: All of it!

Jake Perry says: Son of a bitch!

Melanie Carmichael says: Hi honey! Lookin' good! How's the family?

Jake Perry says: Cut the shit! Where's my stuff?

Melanie Carmichael says: Now what kinda wife would I be if I didn't pick up after my husband?

Jake Perry says: The kind that don't live here! Now I'm gonna ask you one last time, where is the hide-a-key?

Melanie Carmichael says: I had the sweetest talk with Wade's mama's about her tractor.

Jake Perry says: Nice to see you got your accent back

Melanie Carmichael says: Oh, I stubbled across a few things today.

Jake Perry says: C'mon, I wanna show you somethin'.

Melanie Carmichael says: I can't

Jake Perry says: Can't? Or won't?

Melanie Carmichael says: Both

Jake Perry says: The girl I knew used to be fearless.

Melanie Carmichael says: The girl you knew didn't have a life

Melanie Carmichael says: The girl you knew didn't have a life.

Jake Perry says: Guess you better get on with it then.

Lurlynn says: You know he went up there?

Melanie Carmichael says: Who? Jake?

Lurlynn says: I'm not supposed to know but Clinton let it slip once.

Melanie Carmichael says: When?

Lurlynn says: About a year after you left. He told Clinton he'd never seen anything like it. He knew that it would take more than an apology to get you back. He'd have to conquer the world first. He's been tryin' ever since

Lurlynn says: About a year after you left. He told Clinton he'd never seen anything like it. He knew that it would take more than an apology to get you back. He'd have to conquer the world first. He's been tryin' ever since.

Melanie Carmichael says: That's why he kept sendin' the papers back

Melanie Carmichael says: That's why he kept sendin' the papers back.

Jennifer/Mary Sue says: I'm all pasty.

Annette Hargrove says: How can someone so charming be so manipulative?

Annette Hargrove says: People shouldn't experience the act of love until they are in love.

Sebastian Valmont says: I read your manifesto.

Annette Hargrove says: You did?

Sebastian Valmont says: Yes. I must say, I found it rather... appalling.

Annette Hargrove says: That's a first. Most people praise me for it.

Sebastian Valmont says: Most people are sheep. Who are you to criticize something you've never experienced?

Annette Hargrove says: I wasn't criticizing. I just think people shouldn't experience the act of love until they are in love and I just don't think people our age are mature enough to experience those kinds of emotions.

Sebastian Valmont says: Are you a lesbian?

Annette Hargrove says: No...

Sebastian Valmont says: I didn't mean to offend you. I just picked up on a little bit of that lesbian vibe.

Elle Woods says: Is that low-viscosity rayon? With a half-loop top stitching on the hem?

Boutique Saleswoman says: Of course. It's one of a kind.

Elle Woods says: It's impossible to use a half-loop stitching on low-viscosity rayon. It would snag the fabric. And you didn't just get it in - I saw it in the June Vogue a year ago. So if you're trying to sell it to me for full price, you've picked the wrong girl.

Elle Woods says: That's great, Paulette. Is that the only interaction you two have ever had?

Paulette Bonafonte says: No! Sometimes I say "okay" instead of "fine."

Paulette Bonafonte says: No! Sometimes I say 'okay' instead of 'fine.'

Elle Woods says: I don't need back-ups. I'm going to Harvard.

CULA Advisor says: Well then, you'll need excellent recommendations from your professors.

Elle Woods says: Okay.

CULA Advisor says: And a heck of an admissions essay.

Elle Woods says: Right.

CULA Advisor says: And at least a 175 on your LSATs.

Elle Woods says: I once had to judge a tighty-whitey contest for Lambda Kappa Pi. Trust me, I can handle anything.

Elle Woods says: Excuse me. [turns around and slaps David] Why didn't you call me? We spent a beautiful night together and I haven't heard from you since.

Dorky David says: [pause] I'm sorry?

Elle Woods says: Sorry for what? For breaking my heart, or for giving me the greatest pleasure I've ever known and just taking it away?

Dorky David says: Both?

Elle Woods says: Well, forget it. I've spent too much time crying over you.

Freshman Girl says: [after Elle has walked off] So, when did you wanna go out?

Elle Woods says: This is what I need to become.

Old Lady at Manicurist says: What? Practically deformed?

Elle Woods says: No, a law student.

Elle Woods says: Warner, what kind of shoes are these?

Warner Huntington III says: Umm... black ones.

Elle's Mother says: Honey, you were First Runner-Up at the "Miss Hawaiian Tropics" contest. Why are you going to throw that all away?

Elle Woods says: Going to Harvard is the only way I'm going to get the love of my life back.

Elle's Father says: Oh, sweetheart, you don't need law school. Law school is for people who are boring and ugly and serious. And you, button, are none of those things.

Elle Woods says: Did you see him? He's probably still scratching his head.

Paulette Bonafonte says: Yeah, which must be a nice vacation for his balls.

Elle Woods says: I just don't think that Brooke could've done this. Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. Happy people just don't shoot their husbands, they just don't.

Warner Huntington III says: [sees Elle in her Bunny costume] Hey well don't you look like a walking felony.

Elle Woods says: Thanks, you're so sweet.

Warner Huntington III says: How was your first class?

Elle Woods says: Oh, it was okay, except for this horrible preppy girl who tried to make me look bad in front of the professor, but no biggie.

Vivian Kensington says: Nice outfit.

Elle Woods says: Oh, I like your outfit too, except when I dress up as a frigid bitch, I try not to look so constipated.

Warner Huntington III says: You got into Harvard Law?

Elle Woods says: What? Like, it's hard?

Elle Woods says: Here it is!

Professor Callahan says: It's pink...

Elle Woods says: Oh! And it's scented! I think it gives it a little something extra, don't you think? Ok, well, see you next class!

Elle Woods says: Hi. I'm Elle Woods and this is Bruiser Woods. We're both Gemini vegetarians.

Elle Woods says: You're breaking up with me because I'm too... blonde?

Warner Huntington III says: Well, no. That's not entirely true...

Elle Woods says: Then what? My boobs are too big?

Elle Woods says: [Elle is cross-examining Chutney Windham] Ms. Windham, what had you done earlier that day?

Chutney says: I got up. Got a latte. Went to the gym. Got a perm and came home.

Elle Woods says: Where you got in the shower?

Marina R. Bickford says: I believe the witness has made it clear that she was in the shower. [Courtroom audience laughs]

Elle Woods says: Yes, your Honor.

Elle Woods says: [a sudden brainstorm comes over Elle] Ms. Windham, had you ever gotten a perm before?

Chutney says: Yes.

Chutney says: Two a year since I was 12. You do the math.

Elle Woods says: You know, a girl in my sorority, Tracy Marcinco got a perm once. We all tried to talk her out of it. Curls weren't a good look for her. She didn't have your bone structure, but thankfully that same day she entered the Pheta Delta Phi wet t-shirt contest where she was completely hosed to down from head to toe...

DA Joyce Rafferty says: Objection, why is this relevant?

Elle Woods says: I have a point, I promise.

Marina R. Bickford says: Then make it.

Elle Woods says: Chutney, why is it Tracy Marcinco's curls were ruined when she got hosed down?

Chutney says: Because they got wet.

Elle Woods says: Exactly. Because isn't the first cardinal rule of perm maintenance that you're forbidden to wet your hair for at least 24 hours after getting a perm at the risk of deactivating the immonium thygocolate?

Elle Woods says: And wouldn't somebody who had, say, 30 perms before in their life be well aware of this rule, and if in fact you weren't washing your hair as I suspect you weren't because your curls are still intact, wouldn't you have heard the gunshot, and if in fact you had heard the gunshot Brooke Windham wouldn't have had time to hide the gun before you got downstairs. Which means you would have had to found Brooke Windham with a gun in her hand to make your story plausible, isn't that right?

Chutney says: She's my age! Did she tell you that? How would you feel if your father married someone who was your age?

Elle Woods says: You, however, Chutney had time to hide the gun after you shot your father.

Chutney says: [Chutney is in tears] I didn't mean to shoot him! [points at Brooke] I thought it was YOU walking through the door! [Courtroom audience gasps]

Elle Woods says: Oh my God.

Marina R. Bickford says: Oh my God.

Brooke Taylor Windham says: Oh my God.

Marina R. Bickford says: Balliff, take the witness into custody, where she will be charged for the murder of Joseph Windham. Case dismissed. Mrs. Windham, you're free to go.

Brooke Taylor Windham says: Thank you, your honor.

Elle Woods says: I don't think I've been this excited since Gucci became a publicly traded company!

Elle Woods says: Hi everyone!

Timothy McGinn says: Look, it's Capitol Barbie.

Reena Giuliani says: She's so shiny.

Elle Woods says: So speak up, America. Speak up for the home of the brave. Speak up for the land of the free gift with purchase. Speak up, America!

Elle Woods says: Oh, Bruiser! Your mother lives at the top secret VERSACE think-tank. I told you they had one.

Stanford Marks says: You're the girl with the perfumed poo-poo bags, aren't you?

Elle Woods says: Actually I'm the woman with the scented waste receptacles, but yes.

Cecily Cardew says: But I don't like German. It isn't at all a becoming language. I know perfectly well, I look quit plain after my German lesson.

Susan Murphy/Ginormica says: I can't fight that thing! I never... I can't even... [gasping] I'm hyperventilating... Does anybody have a giant paper bag?

Melanie Carmichael says: And, don't even pretend like you missed me

Melanie Carmichael says: And, don't even pretend like you missed me.

Jake Perry says: Oh, I missed you, all right. But, at this range, my aim is bound to improve

Jake Perry says: Oh, I missed you, all right. But, at this range, my aim is bound to improve.

Elle Woods says: [some guy does the whee whoo wistle] I object!

Isabella El-Ibrahimi says: You have my husband, just tell me his OK.

Isabella El-Ibrahimi says: You have my husband, just tell me he is okay.

Lauren says: FDR has these tiny, like, girl hands. Like little T-Rex hands.

Trish says: Eeww gross that means he's got a mike and ike for a penis.

FDR Foster says: [to Tuck] you know that's not true.

Tuck says: [Laughs]

Lauren says: You have the emotional intelligence of a fifteen years old boy!

Derek Dietl says: Wow, you're...glowing....

Susan Murphy/Ginormica says: Thank You!

Derek Dietl says: No Susan, you're like really glowing...YOU'RE GREEN!

Susan Murphy/Ginormica says: (looks at hand)

Susan Murphy/Ginormica says: [looks at hand]

Susan Murphy/Ginormica says: (GASP) Oh No! (GROAN) Derek!

Susan Murphy/Ginormica says: [GASP] Oh No! [GROAN] Derek!

Lauren says: What do you do when you don't know what to do?

Sebastian Valmont says: Who are you to criticize something you've never experienced?

Annette Hargrove says: I wasn't criticizing anything. It's just my belief that people shouldn't experience the act of love until they are in love. And I just don't think people our age are mature enough to experience such kind of emotion.

Sebastian Valmont says: Are you a lesbian?

Sebastian Valmont says: So, what are you doing in your room?

Annette Hargrove says: Reading.

Sebastian Valmont says: Anything interesting?

FDR Foster says: I don't think it heated up fast enough. Like something was wrong with the motor, maybe the spark was dead.

Lauren says: Actually sir, there's nothing wrong with the spark. Some people think grills just burst into flames at the slightest touch. It doesn't work like that.

Elle Woods says: Whoever said orange was the new pink was seriously disturbed!

Evelyn Williams says: Where are you going?

Patrick Bateman says: I am just leaving.

Evelyn Williams says: But where?

Patrick Bateman says: I have to return some videotapes.

Elizabeth says: I'm a doctor...

David says: I'm a doctor!

FDR Foster says: (snore)

FDR Foster says: [snore]

Lauren says: Really?!

Lauren says: I think I'm going to Hell.

Trish says: No you're not, but if you are, I'll be there to pick you up.

Lauren says: I think I'm going to Hell.

Elle Woods says: Just bend and--snap!

Marlena says: Where were you when I was seventeen?

Mayor Katherine Hennings says: Why don't you go back to your doublewide and fry somethin'.

Melanie Carmichael says: (hitting Kate) Nobody talks to my momma like that?.

Melanie Carmichael says: [hitting Kate] Nobody talks to my momma like that?

Melanie Carmichael says: Like I could tip a cow BY MYSELF.

Melanie Carmichael says: Like I could tip a cow... by myself!

Jake Perry says: Can I help you?.

Jake Perry says: Can I help you?

Melanie Carmichael says: Well, for starters, you can get your stubbon ass down here and give me a divorce.

Jake Perry says: You're shittin' me, right?.

Jake Perry says: You're shittin' me, right?

Melanie Carmichael says: I never really understood that expression, but, no, I am not *shitting* you.

June Carter says: It burns. It burns.

June Carter says: Ya'll can't walk no line?.

June Carter says: Y'all can't walk no line!

Melanie Carmichael says: You have a baby...in a bar...!

Melanie Carmichael says: Look at you, you have a baby... In a bar.

Lisa says: Never drink to feel better; drink to feel even better.