Forgetting Sarah Marshall quotes are certainly quotable for movie fans.These are some of the best quotes from the romantic comedy-drama Forgetting Sarah Marshall, as determined by you and your votes. Written by and starring Jason Segel, Forgetting Sarah Marshall centered on Peter (Segel), a depressed composer who tries to forget his ex while holidaying in Hawaii and manages to do so with the help of a thoughtful front-desk clerk. Released in the spring of 2008 on April 18, Forgetting Sarah Marshall also starred Kristen Bell as the eponymous Sarah and Mila Kunis as Rachel the clerk.
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Peter Bretter: (horrified)...Are you breaking up with me? (drops his towel and covers his face, revealing his nakedness)
Sarah Marshall: ...Pete? Are you, um...?
'Peter Bretter: ...I just need a minute. (turns away, then hunches over and starts whimpering to himself)
Sarah Marshall: ...Okay?
Peter Bretter: (sarcastically) Would you like to pick out the outfit you break up with me in?!
Peter Bretter: (glances away, unconvinced) Who's the dude? (stands up) Who's the dude?
Sarah Marshall: What?! No, that's not what this is about! There's no-one else. (stands up)
Peter Bretter: I know what's happening here- I really do. You've been working so much lately, that we haven't got to spend much time together and- you're forgetting what it's like to be with me. But- maybe if we just held each other or something- you would remember what it's like to be with me.
Sarah Marshall: No-
Peter Bretter: Please hold me. (Sarah hesitates) please. (he comes over to her and hugs her, still naked. Sarah hugs him back reluctantly)
Sarah Marshall: There's someone else. (Peter pulls away from her and looks at her in shock) I'm sorry. (she walks out in tears)