Sophie

Sophie

"I've lived here my whole life and I still can't afford an apartment. I'll still never leave." - Sophie

Clark!

Clark!

"I was vaccinated as a pup and look at me...I turned out great!"

Fiona!

Fiona!

"We just had our fashion week and you know what? Black still goes with everything. Anybody have a plus-one for the Met Gala?"

Ruby

Ruby

"i've never taken public transportation in my whole life, are you crazy?"

 "Six simple words to live by: can't win if you don't play."

"Six simple words to live by: can't win if you don't play."

Little Face

Little Face

"My parents named me Daisy. I didn't really feel like a Daisy, though, you know? So down on Centre St they let you change your name and it's kind of a pain...you actually have to announce it in the newspaper! But you have to freak what you feel."

Maggie

Maggie

"It's casual Friday, but I think you have to dress for the job you want, not the job you have. What's that? I'm unemployed."

Winnie

Winnie

"I get a lot of stares on the street. I think people think the attention is wanted because it's harmless and positive. Actually, they're right."

Emma and Porkchop

Emma and Porkchop

"How long have we been together? Oh...don't listen to him. He never remembers. Three years. In May."

Molly!

Molly!

"I can either sit around watching the Price is Right half-blind and arthritic, or I can go outside and enjoy this town half-blind and arthritic. Which do you think I choose?"

 "Family is literally everything. I have a perfect family. I don't care if I'm living on 5th avenue or in the park. Really. As long as I have my family I'm happy. Oh, I also have a table at Rao's."

"Family is literally everything. I have a perfect family. I don't care if I'm living on 5th avenue or in the park. Really. As long as I have my family I'm happy. Oh, I also have a table at Rao's."

Theo

Theo

"Ain't nobody got time for this. Thanks, anyway."

 "I guess it's kind of my fault. I was wishing for this weather back in January."

"I guess it's kind of my fault. I was wishing for this weather back in January."

Scout!

Scout!

"That little farmhouse on the corner of Charles and Greenwich? It was put there in 1973. Moved from the Upper East Side! Trucked right in! And now they are talking about razing it for condos. I seriously hope not! Obviously the neighborhood has changed, but ask the people before I got here and ask the people today in ten years. They'll say the same thing."

Jake

Jake

"Hello, my dear. If you're asking me to be honest--and I really do always try my best to be completely honest--I've actually had it pretty easy. I put up this pretty rough front and a lot of people get to see only that. I regret it sometimes, but I'm actually a real softie. Really.

Jack

Jack

"You know...my whole life I've just wanted nice style. I have lived with slobs here and there...I'd be lying if I said I was perfect...but I've just wanted that sort of apartment you see in cool magazines. Are there cool magazines anymore? I mean, anyway...so I finally have it. I had to hire a decorator, though. Oh, but look at this couch! Isn't it perfect?!"

Kole

Kole

"A good dog bed is everything. You can spend a small amount of money and get something that is physically a dog bed, but to get something that is functonally a dog bed, you need to spend some extra money. What's $150 on a good bed? It's like 50 cents a day IF it only last a year! Come on! You know how many dogs I see out there whose lousy dog bed--or lack thereof-- has thrown off their spinal alignment? This is to say nothing of their spiritual alignment."

Yoko

Yoko

"I know a joke about a snail and a married couple and it is very long and most people do not like it because it is not dirty. But it is a joke that I know."

Maisie

Maisie

"We'd always wish to say we lived off The Concourse much the same way the kids today want to say they live on the L."

Moo Moo

Moo Moo

"Today is Joe Strummer's birthday! There's a bookseller on my street and the guy is totally full of shit, right? I have spent my entire rent there and he never cuts me a deal. He'll say, 'For you? An even four!' as though his books are ever anything like $3.17. Anyway. He likes to tell these bullshit stories and in one of them his old band is opening for The Clash at some Connecticut university and he goes and says to Strummer, 'How does it feel to be totally full of hot air' or some nonsense like that and what's worse is he claims that years later looking like he does now which is way different than he did then...he runs into Mick Jones outside Bleecker Bob's and he says Mick says to him, 'Hey! Aren't you the one who told off Strummer in 1982 at UConn' or whatever his story is and then says, 'We all always wanted to say that but loved the money too much!' Come on! What are you, high? He always has the books I want, though..."

Slider!

Slider!

"All I'm saying is that when your stylist leaves the salon you follow your stylist."

Rye Boy!

Rye Boy!

"Can you believe Brooklyn is now more expensive than Manhattan?! I was looking at a two-bedroom in Washington Heights. Pre-war and the living room looked out at both the GW and the Tappan-Zee! $600k. Not cheap, yeah, but a two bedroom in the Stuy that looks at a tree on the sidewalk...$775k. And we're talking low-bid contracting here! Growing up I wouldn't even go to Times Square and this is how things have changed!"

Lucy!

Lucy!

"Fun, sure. Life's not a walk in the park. Oh, wait..."

Charlie!

Charlie!

"The other day I saw one of those Tony Alamo Ministries guys putting the newsletter under the wipers, right? And I read a lot about this guy and he is just not a good person so I want to know if these are paid employees or keepers of the faith so I go bark at one, 'Hey! Hey! Let me ask you a question!' And he just screamed back, 'Oh, God have mercy!' While running away. So I think I got my answer..."

Brody!

Brody!

"I am the dog. Before me there shall be no other dogs."

Roscoe!

Roscoe!

"Wait a minute. Must show you this. Lickable sidewalk for interesting walks. Lick an orange splotch, it tastes like an orange splotch. Lick a brown splotch, it tastes like a brown splotch. Go ahead, try it. We are the music-makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams. Come along, come along."

Penny!

Penny!

"They say a lady never tells. I say only an asshole asks."

Astor!

Astor!

"They named Astoria for me I hear. Never set foot there, though. I'm a Manhattanite for life."