The Kid (2000)
Emily Mortimer: Amy
[Seeing that Russ and Rusty are the same person]
Amy : I wish I was standing on a carpet.
Russ Duritz : Stop biting your nails.
Amy : *Nail.* I only bite one. What's it to you, anyway?
Russ Duritz : It matters because you work for me. When you bite your nails, you're advertising nervousness and insecurity.
Amy : Really? Advertising all that with one little nail?
[pushes up her nose at him]
Amy : What's this advertise?
[on their way to a meeting]
Amy : Wait a minute, wait a minute... Hello.
Russ Duritz : Hello...
Amy : I haven't seen you in a couple of days, how've you been?
Russ Duritz : Fine. Now can we go in?
Amy : No. This is the bit where you ask me.
Russ Duritz : Amy, we're really late. We don't have time to...
Amy : Come on, give it a whirl.
Russ Duritz : [bored, condescending] Hi, Amy. How are you doing?
Amy : [shrugs] Fine. We're really late.
Russ Duritz : Toshiya, let me ask you something. If you get called a jerk four times in a single day, does that make it true?
Amy : What, only four? Did you get up late?
Russ Duritz : Excuse me, I'm asking Toshiya.
Toshia : Four times is a pattern. It have to be five times to be a fact.
Russ Duritz : Thank you. See? There's hope after all.
Amy : Jerk.