D.D.: I'm a stalker, not a bomber.
Shane: I'm strangely comfortable with that label.
Galina: Chicago wasn't built in a day.
Cassie: Don't you mean Rome?
Galina: No, Chicago. The Broadway musical. I did the wrap party. Keep up with me, girls!
Shane: A bullet feels pretty much the same whether you're protecting Tom Cruise or Carrottop.
D.D.: Yeah, but would you rather die in the arms of Mustang from Top Gun or the goofy redhead who hawks telephones?
Cassie: Good point.
Shane: You're starting to scare me.
D.D.: You're saying a burrito saved the Congressman?
Shane: This is exactly how I see my wedding, except for the death-threat thing.
D.D.: Would you want to share your persona with Norman Bates?
Referencing Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 movie Psycho starring Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh. Perkins plays Norman Bates, a hotel owner suffering from a split personality, who pretends to be his dead mother and kills anyone unfortunate enough to cross "her" path.
Many references to the movie with Michael Douglas, with Glenn Close as an obsessed stalker.
Cassie: Where's a tornado and flying house when you need one?
Referencing the classic movie The Wizard of Oz.