Jim: You know I don't dance.
Stephanie: No, I know you don't like to dance.
Jim: Have you forgotten our wedding? Have your toes forgotten our wedding?
Katie.: You know what? I heard a couple of I.T guys asking if you're single now.
Stephanie: Ugh. Tell them I'm happily married to a man who can beat up their entire department.
Stephanie: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Katie: Maybe for the first time ever, yes.
Jim: So that's it? I got to lie every day for the rest of my life?
George: I'm a lawyer. Trust me, you get used to it.
(as Jim dances)
George: Now I see why you can't land worth a damn. You dance like you're trying to escape angry villagers.
Stephanie: You're stopping a felony, and I'm committing one. Remember when we used to have movie night?
Katie: Now at the bottom of the stairs is another guard, Sal. He enjoys gas station burritos, conservative talk radio, and staring at your boobs when he thinks you won't notice. Which again, at your speed, won't be a problem.
Stephanie: Jim, I love this ring.
Jim: When I bought it for you, I was an artist barely getting by. The only ring I could afford was the smallest, ugliest ring in the store.
Stephanie: It's not ugly.
Jim: When I got down on my knee and I proposed, you looked at it and you said, "That's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen." And I knew--I knew right then I had the right girl. And every time I see it on your finger, I know you love me for who I am. And I love you for the beauty you see in ordinary things.
Music: Shake Your Grove Thing (Peaches & Herb), Mambo #5 (Lou Bega), Sit Down Beside Me (Patrick Watson), That's How Strong My Love Is (Ryan Bingham)
Canada: October 12, 2010 on CTV
Sweden: January 16, 2011 on Kanal 5
UK: January 18, 2011 on Watch
Australia: May 16, 2011 on Channel 7
Slovakia: June 28, 2011 on JOJ
Daphne: I'm not gonna use my powers to hook you up like a plot from one of Mom and Dad's old John Hughes movies.
Referencing the film writer and director (1950-2009) famed for producing "troubled teen movies" during the 1980s such as Pretty in Pink, The Breakfast Club, and Sixteen Candles.
Katie: You had a "Sophie's Choice."
Referencing the 1979 novel of the same name by William Styron, which details the romance between Sophie and a Jewish-American, Nathan. The title has entered popular usage as a choice between two equally bad outcomes. It was made into a movie in 1982 and an opera in 2002.