Jane Hayes: Do you enjoy dancing?
Mr. Henry Nobley: Not particularly.
Jane Hayes: Do you really believe, Mr. Nobley, that you can know the worth of a person at a glance?
Mr. Henry Nobley: Can you tell me that within the first few moments of meeting each person in this room, you didn't form firm opinions of their character?
Jane Hayes: Well, it would be a shame if my first impression of you proved correct.
Jane Hayes: I'm going to take charge of my story.
Jane Hayes: An Austen heroine gets engaged by the end of the book, so that is what I'm going to do.
Miss Elizabeth Charming: Why don't you go for Captain East?
Miss Elizabeth Charming: Look how hot he is. And he's a soap star.
Colonel Andrews: It would appear to be my duty to gaze into your eyes. I'm a military man, I'd never shirk my duty.
Miss Elizabeth Charming: I didn't think I was touching you inappropriately.
Colonel Andrews: Well, you did. And if we're to be together, you must never ever do anything like that ever again, if we're to be together.
Miss Elizabeth Charming: [after stealing Amelia Heartwright's dresses] Heartwright had millions of them. She's as dumb as a light post. She'll never notice.
Miss Elizabeth Charming: [during the play] l am Aphrodite, the goddess. Often fickle in my large arse.
Mrs. Wattlesbrook: Largesse.
Miss Elizabeth Charming: Largesse.
Mr. Henry Nobley: Any father would be delighted to have a ninja as a daughter.
Mr. Henry Nobley: Well, obviously. She is a ninja.
Mr. Henry Nobley: Why are we running?
Jane Hayes: Because man and woman should never be alone unless they are in motion.