Directed by: Luke Greenfield
Starring: Elisha Cuthbert, Emile Hirsch, James Remar, Nicholas Downs, Timothy Olyphant
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Kelly: Sometimes in life if you wanna do something good, you gotta do something bad.Matthew: Yeah, but this is breaking and entering.Kelly: This is politics.
Eli: Dude.Matthew: I know.Klitz: Dude.Matthew: I know.
Kelly: Hey, you guys know Matty? I hung with him last night. Guy's the tits.
Danielle: Hi, I'm all wet. Can I come in?
Kelly: Ok people, let's make some fuckie Fuckie.
Eli: Learn to like it.
Danielle: Thank you.Matthew: For what?Danielle: I never went to prom.
Eli: Okay, you know what the three of us are? We're a tripod.Klitz: A tripod?Eli: Yes, a tripod. Which means that if you knock out one of our legs, WE-ALL-FALL.
Mrs. Kidman: Do these girls go to your high school?Eli: No, Mrs Kidman. They're porn stars.
Matthew: I just wanna let you know, I know who you really are, and you're better than this.
Matthew: I'm in so much trouble.
Matthew: Oh my god, she's so hot.Eli: What channel, dude?
Ferrari: Your name is Klitz?Klitz: With a K.
Danielle: So what's the craziest thing you've done lately?Matthew: Oh I mean, it's hard to tell, you know. I've just done so much nuts stuff.Danielle: You haven't done anything, have you?
Eli: I could make a better sex-ed film with my mom.
Kelly: Those crazy little fuckers man, they sure know their numbers.
Ferrari: I know I lost my virginity at prom. How about you? When did you lose your virginity?April: When I was ten.Ferrari: Okay, moving on.
Kelly: Ah, it's cool. I like runnin' errands.
Kelly: Friends don't fuck with each other's business.
Danielle: Ooh, boxers.Matthew: I always wear boxers. You just caught me on a weird day.
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When the guy goes to get in Danielle's car after he strips for her, he opens the door and the window is up; but when he closes the door, the window is down.
In the director's commentary, Luke Greenfield revealed that during the scene where Emile Hirsch is getting a lap dance in the strip club (the scene might have been removed in the theatrical version) they had to put about 4 pillows between Emile Hirsch and the stripper. This was due to the fact that Emile Hirsch was only 17 when the film was made and under child pornography laws he could not have a naked woman touch his body.