Shall We Dance (2004)
Lisa Ann Walter: Bobbie
Paulina : The rumba is the vertical expression of a horizontal wish. You have to hold her, like the skin on her thigh is your reason for living. Let her go, like your heart's being ripped from your chest. Throw her back, like you're going to have your way with her right here on the dance floor. And then finish, like she's ruined you for life.
Bobbie : [looking up from the floor] Yeah, why can't you do it like that?
Bobbie : So why did you all start dancing?
Vern : I'm getting married in September. My bride said she'd like to see me lose a few pounds, thought the dancing might be good exercise. I told her it wouldn't work.
[waitress gives him a hamburger and fries]
John Clark : I think you're gonna win that bet.
Chic : I'm here for the ladies, you know what they say about guys that can dance...
Bobbie : Yeah, that they're great in bed.
Chic : Right.
Bobbie : Where do you hear this crap?
Chic : Everywhere, everywhere the guys that can dance get the pick of the litter.
Bobbie : I'm here for the big dance competition. All I need is a partner.
Bobbie : so that leaves you.
John Clark : What?
Bobbie : You're the only one that hasn't said why you're dancing.
John Clark : I'm dancing for exercise like Vern.
Bobbie : Bull.
John Clark : Because I'm lousy in bed like Chic. There I said it.