Just Like Heaven

Just Like Heaven quotes

52 total quotes (ID: 309)

Darryl
David Abbot
Elizabeth Masterson
Jack Houriskey
Katrina
Multiple Characters


Abby: Who put SpongeBob in the pasta?!


Abby: I will chop you! I swear, I will chop you! [while wielding a meat cleaver]

Dr. Walsh: Unlike some others, you spend more time being concerned with what's best for the patient than kissing my ass. A risky move, but I like it.

Dry cleaner: I think of her, I think of… sadness. Loneliness.

Brett: We sometimes find it's best to just ask God's forgiveness and not prolong the inevitable.

Fran: It would have been so awful if she'd gone through her whole life not knowing what it was all about.

[Elizabeth treats an elderly hospital patient.]
Elizabeth: Is there anything I can do to make you more comfortable today?
Mr. Clarke: Marry me?
Elizabeth: Wow.
Mr. Clarke: No — I have my own bus pass.
Elizabeth: Well, then how could I refuse? Let me just call my sister and see if I can borrow her dress, okay? You sit tight.[to nurse Jenny] Keep an eye on my fianc?. And let's decrease his morphine drip.

[Elizabeth's sister has set up a blind date for her.]
Abby: I'm doing you this huge favor here. Beggars can't be choosers, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth: Abby, I am completely capable of meeting men on my own.
Abby: I know, honey. I'd just like you to meet one who's not bleeding.

[The clerk at a new age bookstore helps David navigate the spiritualism section.]
David: Do you believe in this stuff?
Darryl: Well, you don't… until you do.

Darryl: So what kind of encounter have you had?
David: Encounter?
Darryl: Ectoplasm? Soniferous ether? I have a killer s?ance book if you're into communication.
David: Communicating is not her problem.

David: Are-are-are you here? Come on, I think you're here. [waits] Okay. I've got a hot, moist cup of coffee in my hand. There is no coaster on this table. I'm going to set it down on this lovely mahogany—
Elizabeth: [appearing from nowhere] Don't you dare!
David: Ah! We-we need to talk.

David: Let me ask you, has anything, uh, dramatic happened to you recently?
Elizabeth: Like what?
David: I don't know, like… dying, maybe?

David: I'm trying to help you face the fact that you are—
Elizabeth: I'm not dead!
David: Look around you. There should be a bright light nearby.
Elizabeth: There's no light.
David: Walk into the light, Elizabeth!
Elizabeth: There is no light! I am not dead. I think I would know if I was dead. [looks down and notices a table bisecting her at the waist] What's happening to me?!
David: You're DEAD!

Elizabeth: All I know is-is when I'm not with you it's like I don't… exist. Oh, my God. Maybe I am dead.
David: Oh, come on now. I'm, I'm sorry I said you were dead. Maybe you're not dead. Maybe you're just very… light.

Elizabeth: Look, you have two realities to choose from. First one being that a woman has come into your life in a very unconventional way, and she happens to need your assistance.
David: Right.
Elizabeth: The second one is that you're an insane person, and you're sitting on a park bench right now talking to yourself.
David: I think I prefer the first one.