Sweet Home Alabama
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Earl Smooter: You can't ride two horses with one ass, sugarbean.

Melanie Carmichael: You're the first boy I ever kissed, Jake, and I want you to be the last.

Jake: The only reason I ain't signing is cause you've turned into some hoity-toity Yankee bitch, and I'd like nothing better right now than to piss you off.

Jake: Nobody finds their soul mate when they're ten. I mean, where's the fun in that, right?

Jake: What the hell is this? Chick food?
Melanie Carmichael: Light beer. Less calories.

Melanie Carmichael: Oh God honey, what if they hate me?
Andrew: No, they're critics Mel. They hate themselves.

Melanie Carmichael: And don't even pretend like you missed me.
Jake: Oh, I missed you all right, but at this range, my aim is bound to improve.

Mayor Kate Hennings: There is nothing wrong with poor people. I get elected by poor people.

Bobby Ray: What'd I ever do to you?
Melanie Carmichael: Oh, you didn't do anything to me, darlin'... Or any other girl in town!

Melanie Carmichael: Well, you must be Jake's hot date. I'm Melanie, Jake's snotty Yankee bitch wife whom he refuses to divorce.

Bobby Ray: You can take the girl out of the honky tonk, but you can't take the honky tonk out of the girl.

Revealing mistake: When Jake is driving Andrew to Melanie at the battlesite, Jake is driving with the truck in the park position. (01:11:00)

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Trivia: Erin Vanderbilt, the woman that Andrew is shown marrying at the end originally had a bigger part, but test audiences misunderstood her relationship with Andrew before breaking up with Melanie, so all of Erin's scenes were cut except for that small bit over the credits.

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