Bookstore owner Lionel: "Well, it's quite an esthetic shock to have gathered you all up for this event." (0:03)
A street vendor asks bookstore worker Isabelle “Izzy” Grossman, referring to author Anton Maes, "Is he an obsession?" (0:07)
Isabelle tells Lionel, referring to Anton, "He's a bit nutty about privacy." (0:16)
By telephone, Anton tells his wife Marguerite, "You're insane." (0:16)
Anton asks Isabelle, "Will you tell me that when I call you with an anxiety attack at 4 in the morning?"
Isabelle: ”You have anxiety attacks?” (0:20)
Her grandmother Ida “Bubbe” Kantor tells Izzy, "Now, don't talk crazy." (0:22)
Matchmaker Hannah Mandelbaum tells Bubbe, "His father just died last year." (0:22)
Izzy’s coworker Cecelia Monk tells coworker Mark, referring to Izzy, "Oh, my God, the return of Annie Hall." (0:42)
Author Pauline Swift tells the others, "... suddenly, I feel as if I'm on one of those sadistic TV shows where they parade skeletons in front of apoplectic guests."
Pauline tells Anton, ”Obey your instincts.” (1:04)
Bubbe tells Hannah, referring to Hannah’s husband, "All the yentas made blah blah when he jumped off the 16th floor." (1:14)
Anton tells Izzy, referring to a project, "It would be utterly self-destructive to give it to my editor at this point..." (1:15)
Bubbe quotes her husband to Sam, "I'll walk into the East River, and this will be my grave." (1:21)
Sam tells Izzy, referring to Bubbe, “She was very worried about you. I didn't mean to get her drunk but I had to distract her, and she kept pouring."
”Maybe if I abused you, knocked you around a little, I’d have a better chance huh?”
”You don't know how nuts I was about tonight.” (1:27)