An irreverent young woman who uses her humor to prevent matters from getting serious has a life-changing visit with her doctor.

Marley Corbett: What I would give to experience, just one more time; to feel that incredible sensation, when he looked at me, and then I felt alive.
Marley Corbett: I had some pretty amazing friends, didn't I? And I include my parents in that group, even though my whole life I blamed them for, well, everything. But the truth is, *I* was afraid. I was afraid to trust and forgive. I was scared I wasn't enough. But I was.
Marley Corbett: This idea that you have to fall in love in order to live happily ever after... is just not true.
Marley Corbett: Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?
Julian Goldstein: No.
Marley Corbett: Why do you not have a girlfriend?
Julian Goldstein: What are you afraid of?
Marley Corbett: I'm scared this entire night's gonna go by and you'll never wanna kiss me...
Rob Randolf: [reading hand-made greeting card] Rose are red, Violets are blue.
[opens it]
Rob Randolf: I've got ass cancer, now you know too.
Marley Corbett: [holding an ice bag on her head] Hi.
Julian Goldstein: Hi. What happened to you?
Marley Corbett: A street hit me in the face.
Marley Corbett: Oh my God... wait a minute. Oh my God, I mean... are you God?
God: Not really, this is just the way you wanted to see me.
Marley Corbett: Well, I love, I love Whoopi. So that's, that's probably why.
God: Yeah, me too.
Marley Corbett: I will tell you that you'll never be number one as long as your customer base is 82% male.
Ad Agency Client: Yes, well, women don't buy condoms.
Marley Corbett: [scoffs with a big smile] Not yours.
Sarah Walker: [about to eat pizza] You know what I want for my birthday this year? A metabolism.
Marley Corbett: [about to undergo a colonoscopy] Wait a minute. Before we go to whatever base this is we're going to, um, shouldn't I know your first name?

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