James: You...I don't..you, you set me up? You fucking crap out on me?
Marty Kaan: James, you asked for my advice, right? I mean, you fucking begged for it. Well, I just taught you the most important thing that I know: You never ever trust anyone until you know their angle. And now you know.
Doug Guggenheim: [Exiting a car in the middle of Las Vegas] Oh man, you see that? Viva Las Vegas, baby! Or should I say viva lost wages? You ever heard of that?
Clyde Oberholt: You know, maybe to be safe you just shouldn't say anything at all.
Doug Guggenheim: Oh, you know what, Clyde? Your words can't hurt me. Not here. Uh-uh. Not in the most majestic city in the world. God, where the Eiffel Tower is a stone's throw from a Venetian gondola. Where if you want to walk from a giant slot machine to a world class art gallery, all you need to do is cross the Bellagio lobby, simple as that. Tickets to the museum will cost you 15 bucks, but as the poster out the front says: it's worth the Monet. I'm excited!
Marty Kaan: I can tell.
Clyde Oberholt: Marty, this is where Jeannie would usually jump in.
Jeannie Van Der Hooven: [at a spa] How do you do it? You know, balancing marriage and career and kids.
Tamara: Well, you do one thing for a while until the other thing suffers and then you swing back and pay attention to the other. It's the most imperfect system and unfair but honestly I haven't seen anything else work better.
Jeannie Van Der Hooven: Well, you make it look easy.
Tamara: Yeah, well, it's pretty much always a clusterfuck. Nothing is ever easy. You know maybe if you ever have a family, you'll get it.