(4) Roslyn Taber (Marilyn Monroe) explaining why she is divorcing in The Misfits (1961): ' If I'm going to be alone, I want to be by myself.'
(5) Lena O'connor (Thelma Ritter) to Samantha Blake (Joanne Woodward) in A New Kind of Love (1963): ' One thing a fellah doesn't want from a girl is surprises. Forty percent of all divorce cases start on honeymoon night.'
(6) Oscar Ungar (Walter Matthau) in The Odd Couple (1968): 'Life goes on even for those of us who are divorced, broke and sloppy.'
(7) Felix Madison (Jack Lemmon) and Gwendolyn (Carole Shelley) in The Odd Couple (1968):
-- Felix: ' Divorce is a terrible thing.'
-- Gwendolyn: ' Oh! It can be if you haven't the right sollicitor.'
(10) Gavin d'Amato (Danny De Vito) in The War of the Roses (1989): ' A civilized divorce is a contradiction in terms.'
(11) Jess (Bruno Kirby) and Harry (Billy Crystal) in When Harry Met Sally (1989):-- Jess: ' Marriages don't break up on account of infidelity. It's just a symbol that something else is wrong.'-- Harry: ' Really?! Well, that symbol is fucking my wife.'
(12) Doug Quaid (Arnold Schwarzenegger) shooting his wife Lori (Sharon Stone) in Total Recall (1990): ' Consider that a divorce.'
(13) Henny Youngman: ' Divorce if the result of compatibility turning into combatibility.'
(14) Margaret Atwood. Surfacing (1972): ' A divorce is like an amputation. You survive but there's less of you.'