Lloyd: Hey my brother? Can I borrow a copy of your “Hey Soul Classics”?
J-Man: No my brother, you have to go buy your own.
Diane: I blew it. I called him basic. Can you believe I did that?
Lloyd: Maybe I didn’t really know you. Maybe you were just a mirage. Maybe the world is full of food and sex and spectacle and we’re all just hurling towards an acropolis, in which case it’s not your fault. I’m been thinking about all these things and….you’re probably standing there monitoring. And one more thing — about the letter. Nuke it, flame it, destroy it — it hurts me to know it’s out there. Later.
Corey: Did you see what Mr. Carroll wrote in my yearbook? Well he ridiculed me all year and he writes “you’re a real live wire.” Love Mr. Carroll.
Diane: So what’s your job this summer?
Lloyd: Being a great date.
Diane: No, I’m serious.
Lloyd: So am I. I wanna see you again; I wanna see you as much as I can before you leave. There I said it.
Lloyd: Just knowing that a version like that exists, knowing that just for a minute she felt that and wrote I can’t help loving you. That has to be worth something.
Lloyd: I’m gonna take Diane Court out again.
Corey: Well that’s unlikely.
Lloyd: Is the movies a good second date, you know? As a date?
Corey: Well you never had a first date.
Lloyd: Yes we did. I sat across from her at a mall. We ate together. We ate. That’s eating. Sharing an important physical event.
Corey: That’s not even a scam.
Lloyd: What’s a scam?
Corey: Going out as friends.
DC: No its not. Scam is lusting.
Lloyd & Corey: Then what’s a date?
DC: Date is a prearrangement. With a possibility for love.
Corey: Then what’s love?
Joe: Lloyd, man, no babe is worth it. Yo, hang with us man. We’ll teach you Bibles full of truth.
Denny: Man, all you gotta do is find a girl that looks just like her, nail her, and then dump her, man. Get her off your mind.
Mark: Your only mistake is that you didn’t dump her first. Diane Court is a show pony. You need a stallion, my friend. Walk with us, and you walk tall.
Corey: You’re such a great person, Lloyd. I’m a good person, but you are a great person.
DC: Why don’t you just call her again?
Lloyd: I draw the line at seven unreturned phone calls.
Corey: So I’m single now, and everything’s changed. I hate it.
Lloyd: What I really want to do – what I want to do for a living – is I want to be with your daughter. I’m good at it.
Lloyd: Joe! Joe! She’s written 65 songs. 65. They’re all about you. They’re all about pain.
Joe: So what’s up?
Lloyd: So stop freaking with her head, man. Quit playing with her mind, you know? She’s a human being, she’s a person. She’s very talented.
Joe: Dude, why do you think I keep her tapes? They’re gonna be valuable someday.
Rebecca: Hey, I know this is a strange thing to say, but maybe Diane Court really likes Lloyd.
Corey: If you were Diane Court, would you honestly fall for Lloyd?…Yeah.
Lloyd: Get in a good mood. How hard is it to decide to be in a good mood and be in a good mood?
Corey: (reads letter from Lloyd to Diane) ‘Diane, I’ll always be there. All the love in my heart, Lloyd.'(long pause) I’ve never gotten a letter like this, have you?
DC: I dream about it.
Lloyd: So what do you think? Is it….is it?
Corey: Get ready for greatness Lloyd!
Lloyd (giving his number to Diane’s father): Lloyd Dobler, 555-1342; 5..5..5..1342. 555-1342.
Diane: Nobody knew me before tonight.
Lloyd: They knew of you. Now they know you.
Lloyd: I gave her my heart and she gave me a pen.
Lloyd: Quick question: do you know who I am?
Diane: Yeah, we sat together at Bell Square.
Lloyd: Yeah, yeah, so you remember?
Diane: No, I read it in the message.
Lloyd: Okay, so its Lloyd, and, uh..uh..let’s go out. You wanna go out?
Lloyd: You two are amazing, you know? The way you talk. I’m like that with….I’m not even like that with anybody.
Corey: Brains stick with brains. The bomb could go off and their mutant genes would form the same cliques.
Lloyd: So you’re like monumentally busy?
Diane: Well, no. Not monumentally.
Mr. Court: What are your plans for the future?
Lloyd: To spend as much time possible with Diane before she leaves.
Mr. Court: Seriously Lloyd.
Lloyd: I’m totally and completely serious.
Constance: Why do you eat that stuff? There’s no food in your food.