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'CREDIT' in a movie sentence | examples for 'CREDIT' from movies

Ross: No no no, she gets a credit, hey, I'm in there too.

"Friends", season 1, episode 2

Rachel: Uh, credit card.

"Friends", season 1, episode 1

Monica: Because... I'm Monica Geller. It was my credit card you were using.

"Friends", season 1, episode 21

[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, everyone is sitting around the kitchen table.   Rachel's credit cards are spread out on the table along with a pair of scissors.]

"Friends", season 1, episode 1

Rachel: Hello? Yes, she is, hold on a second, please. Monana, it's for you, the credit card people.

"Friends", season 1, episode 21

Rachel: Monica, would you calm down? The credit card people said that you only have to pay for the stuff that you bought.

"Friends", season 1, episode 21

Joey: I'm outta here. Here's my credit card. Dinner's on me. I'm sorry, Chandler.

"Friends", season 1, episode 14

Joey: How could someone get a hold of your credit card number?

"Friends", season 1, episode 21

Rachel: What, what, so that you can dance with the woman that stole your credit card?

"Friends", season 1, episode 21

Joey: Uh, really good. Really good. Yeah, I should be ready to kill myself any day now. (Chandler returns with a bobby pin and hands it to Joey.) Wow, you sure found that quick. (He tries the pin in the lock.) I just—I wish I didn’t feel this way about Rachel anymore, y’know? I wish things could go back to normal. I mean, I love living with her and God, helping out with the baby is just amazing, but now I think…I think Ross feels left out. Y’know? When I had to take Rachel to the hospital, the doctor thought I was the father. God… You should’ve seen the look on Ross’s face. (Pause) By the way, I have no idea what I’m doing here. For all I know I’m just locking it more. Oh hey, did you try opening it with a credit card?

"Friends", season 8, episode 14

Monica: You are both idiots. The joke is not funny, and it’s offensive to women, and doctors, and monkeys! You shouldn’t be arguing over who gets credit, you should be arguing over who gets blamed for inflicting this horrible joke upon the world! Now let it go! The joke sucks!

"Friends", season 6, episode 12

[Scene: The Broom Closet, Ross is trying to open the door with a credit card, with no success.]

"Friends", season 1, episode 23

Monica: You know what probably happened? Someone musta stolen my credit card.

"Friends", season 2, episode 2

Rachel: You have! Ross, you should give yourself credit. I mean my Mom never thought this would work out. It was all, “Once a cheater, always a cheater.”

"Friends", season 4, episode 1

Rachel: Credit.

"Friends", season 4, episode 8

Joey: Hey, listen, I gotta tell ya, I feel kinda bad taking credit for this, because man, am I gonna get a lot of credit for this!

"Friends", season 4, episode 6

Rachel: Op, I like credit cards!

"Friends", season 4, episode 10

Ross: Look at you! What—You’re-you’re this big executive! You are much more capable than you give yourself credit for. I-I have no doubt you’re gonna be an incredible mother.

"Friends", season 8, episode 20

Ross: Jill, how did you pay for all this? I thought your dad took away your credit card.

"Friends", season 6, episode 13

Joey: Fine! Do you take Vasa or Mustercard? (He's holding the fake credit cards that come with the bag.)

"Friends", season 5, episode 13

Rachel: Well, they said would but they would only give me store credit. I mean, what am I going to do, get a thousand regular cats?

"Friends", season 5, episode 21

Chandler: No. All right, y’know what, she’s (Points to Janice) gonna think that I’m handing you a credit card, but what I’m really gonna do is hand you a library card.

"Friends", season 4, episode 15

Ticket Agent: Well you can split it with another credit card.

"Friends", season 4, episode 23

Rachel: Ohh, okay, how about five. (She hands her all the credit cards.) Ohh, thank you.

"Friends", season 4, episode 23

Ross: Look, I am a reasonable man. I will accept store credit.

"Friends", season 5, episode 16

The Saleswoman: I'll give you store credit in the amount of four dollars.

"Friends", season 5, episode 16

Ticket Agent: (Slides the twenty back and tosses her credit card onto the counter.)

"Friends", season 4, episode 23

Ross: Look, Chandler, it’s my joke. But, hey, if it makes you feel any better they don’t print the name, so it doesn’t really matter who gets credit, right?

"Friends", season 6, episode 12

Frannie: Are you kidding? I take credit for Paul. Y'know before me, there was no snap in his turtle for two years.

"Friends", season 1, episode 1

Chandler: Well, have you guys made anything that maybe I can take credit for?

"Friends", season 6, episode 17

Chandler: Uh, credit card. (Reaches for it then realizes) Oh no! No-no, but I left my credit card with Joey. (To Phoebe) Okay, I’ll go get it. You guard the ring.

"Friends", season 6, episode 23

Joey: Oh wow that’s a great idea! And I still have his credit card.

"Friends", season 6, episode 23

Chandler: No. How are ya Paul? (Starts to look for his credit card.)

"Friends", season 6, episode 23

Chandler: Do you have my credit card?

"Friends", season 6, episode 23

Chandler: Yes, and his father invented that magnetic strip on the back of credit cards.

"Friends", season 4, episode 10

Kim: Oh don't be sorry, that's part of your job here to give your opinions and then I take credit for them--I'm kidding.

"Friends", season 5, episode 18

JOEY: No, I don't. It's like, ya know, you work your whole life for somethin' and you think that when you get it it's never gonna be as good as you thought it would be. But this so was. Ya know, it changed everything. Like the other day, I got this credit card application, and I was pre- approved. Huh? I've never been pre-approved for anything in my life.

"Friends", season 2, episode 18

Chandler: Okay. (They switch places and Chandler gets out a credit card.) So uh, Ross is kinda bummed huh?

"Friends", season 8, episode 14

Ross: What, that we had a baby? Come on let’s give him a little credit, although, he did eat a piece of plastic fruit earlier.

"Friends", season 9, episode 1

Rachel: (looking through her wallet.) Ohh, I just don’t think I have enough left on my credit card.

"Friends", season 4, episode 23

Rachel: Oh my God! I’m standing at a cash register, holding a credit card, and I’m bored.

"Friends", season 8, episode 21

Chandler: Well, it’s not your fault. What are you gonna do? Not take her to the hospital? Y’know? You’re doing nothing wrong. (Pause) Except for harboring an all consuming love for the woman whose carrying his baby. (He loses his card behind the door.) Richard? If-if you’re in there, could you pass me my credit card?

"Friends", season 8, episode 14

(I think one of the grips walk up to Joey, mainly because there's a credit for The Grip. What the heck is a grip anyway?!)

"Friends", season 5, episode 22

Ross: Oh, come on, every first time mother feels that way. You’ll—you’re gonna pick it up. (Rachel doesn’t believe that.) Hey! You will! Uh look, y’know when you first came to the city? You were this spoiled helpless little girl who-who still used daddy’s credit card. Do you remember?

"Friends", season 8, episode 20

[Scene: The Jewelry Store, Chandler is entering with his credit card and Phoebe is holding out another ring for him.]

"Friends", season 6, episode 23

(Mr. Douglas screws up his eyes, trying to credit what Bing has just said, but turning to follow Nina down the corridor, he realises Bing must be telling the truth, since he would not have any personal interest in the girl, would he?)

"Friends", season 1, episode 16

Ross: I think when someone steals your credit card, they've kind of already thrown caution to the wind.

"Friends", season 1, episode 21

Ross: Oh no, maybe it's me, I'm just not giving you enough credit. Uh, I mean it is difficult to say goodbye to five people. Uh, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, good... (makes choking noises) IT'S PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE. You know what? After all we've been through, I can't believe this is how you want to leave things between us. Have a, have a good time in Paris. (He leaves the apartment. Rachel looks kind of desperate.)

"Friends", season 10, episode 16

Chandler: Joey's not a friend. He's...a stupid man who left us his credit card. Another drink? Some dessert? A big screen TV?

"Friends", season 1, episode 14

Ross: Like ‘em, like ‘em? Or, I’d like to get store credit for that amount like ‘em?

"Friends", season 4, episode 8