Marcus Copeland: [Marcus emerges from the boot of the car, covered in the Wilson Sisters’ luggage] Man! You guys sure got a lot of bags for a weekend!

Brittany Wilson: [scoffs] This isn’t a weekend!

Tiffany Wilson: It’s the weekend!

Brittany Wilson: Labor Day in The Hamptons. The last weekend of the social season. Like, only the hottest people are going to be there.

Tiffany Wilson: And only the hottest of the hottest are going to make it onto the cover of ‘Hamptons Magazine’! And this is our year!

Brittany Wilson: [squeals] Yay!

[to Kevin, driving the car]

Brittany Wilson: Uh, open the window. Baby likes a little fresh breeze.

[Kevin opens the window]

Brittany Wilson: I just hope the Vandergeld Sisters’ private jet crashes on the way there!

Tiffany Wilson: [shocked] Oh, my God, Brittany!

Brittany Wilson: [to Tiffany] You were thinking it!

Tiffany Wilson: [to Brittany] I know, but you sai* it!

Brittany Wilson: I know, I know!

Tiffany Wilson: And you, know, Heather totally hates you because you slept with her boyfriend.

Brittany Wilson: Oh, my God! So what? I sleep with *everyone’s* boyfriend.”

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