Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
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George: Good. Better. Best. Bested.

Martha: You make me puke.
George: That wasn't a very nice thing to say, Martha.

Nick: I'm tired, I've been drinking since nine o'clock, my wife is vomiting, there's been a lot of screaming going on around here.

Martha: Look, sweetheart, I can drink you under any goddamn table you want, so don't worry about me.

Martha: A drowning man takes down those nearest.

George: And that's how you play "Get the Guests."

Honey: They dance like they've danced before.
George: It's a familiar dance, monkey nipples, they both know it.

Nick: Who did the painting?
George: Some Greek with a moustache that Martha attacked one night.

Martha: I hope that was an empty bottle, George! You can't afford to waste good liquor, not on your salary.

Nick: May I use the... uh... bar?
George: Oh, yes... yes... by all means. Drink away... you'll need it as the years go on.

Martha: I swear, if you existed, I'd divorce you.

George: So, where are these people, this good looking young professor and his slim hipped wife? What did they do? Go home and get some sleep first?

George: I used to drink brandy.
Martha: You used to drink bergen, too.

Nick: You're gonna' regret this.
George: No doubt. I regret everything.
Nick: No, no, I mean I'm gonna' make you regret this.
George: Go clean up the mess.
Nick: You just wait, mister.

George: And please keep your clothes on, too. There aren't many more sickening sights in this world than you with a few drinks in you and your skirt up over your head. Or "your heads", I should say.

Honey: I'm gonna be sick.
George: Ah yeah that's nice.
Honey: I'm gonna die.
George: Good, good. Go right ahead.

Nick: Who did the painting?
George: Some Greek with a mustache Martha attacked one night.
Nick: It's got a.
George: Quiet intensity?
Nick: Well, no, a.
George: Well then, a certain noisy relaxed quality maybe?
Nick: No, what I meant was.
George: How about a quietly noisy relaxed intensity?

George: You take the trouble to construct a civilization, to build a society based on the principles of... of principle. You make government and art and realise that they are, must be, both the same. You bring things to the saddest of all points, to the point where there is something to lose. Then, all at once, through all the music, through all the sensible sounds of men building, attempting, comes the Dies Irae. And what is it? What does the trumpet sound? Up yours.

Martha: I looked at you tonight and you weren't there... And I'm gonna howl it out, and I'm not gonna give a damn what I do and I'm gonna make the biggest god-damn explosion you've ever heard.
George: Try and I'll beat you at your own game.
Martha: Is that a threat George, huh?
George: It's a threat, Martha.
Martha: You're gonna get it, baby.
George: Be careful Martha. I'll rip you to pieces.
Martha: You're not man enough. You haven't the guts.
George: Total war.
Martha: Total.

Revealing mistake: When George and the young man are in the garden, telling jokes and drinking bourbon, the young man pours some bourbon into George's glass, but the bourbon, instead of being brown, is clear, like water.

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