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Sylvia Lake:
He used to live between my legs! Live there!

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Bozo:
[trying to bed Placid's platonic girlfriend] You've got a plutonic thing, right?



Placid Lake:
*Plu*tonic?



Bozo:
You don't root?



Placid Lake:
No.



Bozo:
Good. But man, I just can't seem to break through.



Placid Lake:
That surprises me. You're a suave bastard.

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Placid Lake:
[after winning a prize for making a feel-good sellout video about his school] Leni Riefenstahl would have been proud.

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[first lines]



Placid Lake:
I try to find the positives in my experiences



Young Placid:
[dressed in a frilly dress for his first day of school, and about to be pushed onto the playground by his hippie mother] Mummy, I *can't*.



Sylvia Lake:
Darling, just remember you're challenging their pre-conceived notions of sexuality.

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Placid Lake:
You hate that guy, don't you?



Joel:
If I could get away with it, I'd kill him, have his windpipe bronzed and wear it on the chain around my neck.

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