Walter Stuckel: It is my job to keep this very, very, very, very quiet.
Griffin Mill: I was just thinking what an interesting concept it is to eliminate the writer from the artistic process. If we could just get rid of these actors and directors, maybe we've got something here.
Andy Civelli: Griffin, you move in mysterious ways, but I like it! I like it.
Griffin Mill: This is a red wine glass. Can I have my water in a water glass?
Detective Susan Avery: So you're saying if you drove a shitty car, you would park in the parking lot.
Griffin Mill: No, I'm saying if I were driving a shitty car, I would be a dead man.
June: I don't go to movies.
Griffin Mill: Why not?
June: Life is too short.
Griffin Mill: No stars, just talent.
Bonnie Sherow: How could you let him sell you out? What about truth? Reality?
Tom Oakley: What about the way the old ending tested in Canoga Park? Everybody hated it. We reshot it, now everybody loves it. - That's reality.
June: We can't hurry things any more than we can stop them.
Larry Levy: I'll be there right after my AA meeting.
Griffin Mill: Oh Larry, I didn't realise you had a drinking problem.
Larry Levy: Well I don't really, but that's where all the deals are being made these days.
June: Why don't you put me in the hot springs and see if I melt?
Detective Susan Avery: Mr. Mill, have you been going to detective school?
Griffin Mill: No, actually, we're doing a... a movie right now, called Lonely Room, and Scott Glenn plays a detective much like yourself.
Detective Susan Avery: Is he a black woman?
June: I like words and letters, but I'm not crazy about complete sentences.