Lara Jean: So, love and dating? I love to read about it, and it's fun to write about and to think about in my head, but when it's real...
Peter: What, it's scary?
Lara Jean: Yeah.
Peter: Why? Why is that scary?
Lara Jean: 'Cause the more people you let into your life, the more that can just walk right out.
Lara Jean: You can be mad at someone and still miss them.
Lara Jean: How does he look at me?
Lucas: Like you're a sexy little Rubik's cube. He can't figure you out, but he's having fun trying.
Peter: I asked Kitty where to find those yogurt drinks you like so much.
Lara Jean: The Korean grocery store is all the way across town.
Peter: I know. So if I went all the way across town to get something you like, that means...
Lara Jean: ...You must really like yogurt?
Peter: Okay, well, yeah. Your mouth is saying something, but then your mouth said something completely different.
Lara Jean: We don't have to talk about it, but it's not 'whatever'.
Lara Jean: Being with Peter was so easy that sometimes I let myself pretend that it wasn't fake.
Dr. Covey: What's her problem?
Kitty: Moon day?
Dr. Covey: 'Moon day'? Menstruation is science. Nothing to do with the moon.
Kitty: Says you, Doctor Man. But the goddess within says it's a sacred rhythm that represents the deepest cycle of womanhood.
Peter: I think it's funny. You say you're scared of commitment and relationships, but you don't seem to be afraid to be with me.
Lara Jean: Well, there's... there's no reason to be.
Peter: Yeah? Why's that?
Lara Jean: 'Cause we're just pretending.
Peter: Right. Lara Jean, ladies and gentlemen. You can count on her to be honest. Always.
Kitty: I have a secret... I sent out the letters.
Lara Jean: I'm going to kill you.
Kitty: You were so lonely! And I could tell Peter liked you, but you weren't going to do anything about it!
Lara Jean: So you just sent out all five of them?
Kitty: I thought five chances at a boyfriend was better odds!
Lara Jean: My life was a mess... but I could clean my room.
Peter: For someone who has such good grades, you can be so dense sometimes.
Lara Jean: I always fantasized about falling in love in a field... I just never thought it would be the kind where you played lacrosse.
Lara Jean: I wrote five letters, so don't go feeling too special.
Peter: You wrote five love letters?
Lara Jean: Yeah.
Peter: Damn, Covey, you're a player.
Kitty: My name, thanks for asking, is Katherine Song Covey. Kitty to my friends. You can call me Katherine.
Peter: Yes, ma'am!
[to Lara Jean]
Peter: She's feisty!
Lara Jean: You may be the James Dean of this kind of stuff, but I've never had a boyfriend.
Peter: You have the references of an 80 year old woman.
Peter: You know, people usually check behind them before they reverse to avoid killing others... It's a thing we do.
Lara Jean: I write a letter when I have a crush so intense I don't know what else to do.
Josh: [as a figment of Lara Jean's imagination] You really oughta relax. I know you love me.
Lara Jean: Loved. Past tense. You're Margot's.
Josh: [Reading from Lara Jean's letter] "Dear Josh, I lie awake at night and imagine running my fingers through your hair, feeling your strong arms around me..."
Lara Jean: Shut up. You're not real.
Josh: [through the window we see real Josh walk past] I'm more real to you than he is.
Lara Jean: What do you wanna know?
Emily: Everything. When? How? How far? H on B? H on C? H up and down on P? T on C?
Lara Jean: Sorry - what are we talking about again?
Margot: Whatever Dad puts in front of you, take a bite and say, "Mmm, just like Mom's". Okay?
Greg: Listen, Lara Jean, I was thinking about your name. Lara Jean - put them together, you get 'Largie'! Largie!
Lara Jean: Are you... on something?
Greg: I'm on to a new nickname for you.
Lara Jean: The forbidden kiss. We knew that it was wrong, that he was betrothed to my sister. But if this wasn't what he wanted, then why did he come to the field of desire? It was fated that we should meet like this
[pillow hits Lara Jean in the face]
Lara Jean: Hey!
Margot: Lara Jean, I'm leaving tomorrow. That means you're going to be the biggest sister. You need to set a good example for Kitty. No gorging on chips before dinner, and, clean room.
Lara Jean: Can we go back to talking about how you're sad?
Lara Jean: It's weird and somewhat off-putting to be congratulated on doing nothing more than accepting a note and having an ass pocket for someone to stick their hand into, but I guess that's where my life has taken me.
Christine: I'm not denying you the right to put food on the table for your family. I just think it's a little odd that a man would want to become a gynecologist. Like when you were in college you thought, "I'd really love to look at vaginas all day."
Dr. Covey: Gonna leave the kitchen now Christine.