It's five years later and Tony Manero's Saturday Night Fever is still burning. Now he's strutting toward his biggest challenge yet - succeeding as a dancer on the Broadway stage.

Tony Manero: Don't worry. She's in good hands.
Carl: And what are you, Allstate, pal?
Tony Manero: Yeah, you want disability?
Tony Manero: Did you hear the way she talked? All intelligent like.
Jackie: Tony, an accent doesn't make you intelligent. If it did, you'd be Einstein.
Laura: Who do you think you're dealing with... some little groupie who jumps when you call? Is that who you think I am? We met, we made it. What do you think it was? True love? And you say I used you, but what about you using me? Everybody uses everybody, don't they?
Doorman: Are you expected?
Tony Manero: To do what?
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Tony Manero: You know what I wanna do?
Jackie: What?
Tony Manero: Strut.
Laura: Oh, don't take it personally.
Tony Manero: I've got to. There's no one else in the room!
Tony Manero: Last time I came over, I almost got brain damaged. You guys party too hard; you ought to be a tag team.
Tony Manero: Everybody uses everybody, don't they?
Jesse: Go to hell, Manero!
Joy: Hello, I'm Joy.
Tony Manero: And I'm happiness!
Jesse: You wanna dance? You follow my rules! This is not a democracy! You know, you're not exactly the greatest dancer ever to hit Broadway!
Mrs. Manero: I don't believe it, and don't get fresh with me. This, this attitude you're talking about... that's what got you out of this damn neighborhood.
Jackie: You know a woman's career as a dancer is half as long as a man's? So that means I have half as many chances of making it, right?