It Takes Two
Release: November 17, 1995
Release: November 17, 1995

It Takes Two is a 1995 film starring Kirstie Alley, Steve Guttenberg, and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Its title is taken from the song of the same name by Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston, which is played in the closing credits. Two very different girls who look very much alike try to get one's rich father hooked up with the other's social worker.

Vincenzo (turning off the radio): "What in the name of God is going on here?"
Amanda (nervous): "Oh... uhhh... hi Vinny, I mean Vincenzo. I, uh, got distracted."
Vincenzo: "Oh, you don't have to apologize."
Amanda: "Really?"
Vincenzo: "Mm-hmm."
Amanda: "Cool. I mean, I'm just so terribly relieved that you aren't... pissed."
Vincenzo: "Ohh." (surprised) "Pissed, miss? (Amanda realizes her faux pas.)"
Vincenzo: "(to Amanda)"
Diane Barrows: "Sorry to ruin your wedding. I just didn't want the wrong girl going down the aisle. I mean the wrong flower girl."
Roger Callaway: "I think you had it right the first time."
Clarice: "I have never been more humiliated in my life!"
Alyssa: "Want a bet? (she steps on the dress and it rips off clarice)"
-Amanda: "Putter names amanda!"
Diana: "Gum.... Other Gum!"
Amanda: "Yeah right, and Santa Claus lives with the tooth fairy in Queens."
Diane: "Guys like him like girls with food names like Cookie or Muffin or Candy, not girls like me."
Roger Callaway: "I made my money the old fashion way - pure dumb luck."
Amanda Lemon: "This orphan stuff is like growing up in a pound. Everybody wants a puppy."
Amanda Lemmon: "I know, I know. Everyone wants babies. Not kids like me."
Roger: "I don't know what's more bruised. My butt or my ego"
Amanda: "All this money and these people eat slugs?"
Diane: "Oh, I've got a thousand pounds of wild animal under my butt and she says relax!"
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