Her manager Rudge Campbell tells rock singer Mary Rose Foster, "I'll give them two dozen badass lawyers to drive them crazy with..." (0:08)
Rose answers a reporter: "Oh, same as everybody, you know, hanging out, having a good time, staying stoned, and getting laid." (0:10)
Rose tells the audience, "Drugs, sex, and rock and roll."
The audience repeats it with her. (0:18)
Rose tells Rudge, referring to her track marks, "The scars have healed." (0:27)
Female impersonators in a club. A cross-dressed drug dealer: “You could run this horse all the way to Aqueduct.”
Rose: ”I don't ride the horse no more... I'm clean.”
”A bottle of tequila and no grass.”
Performer: ”In fact, I want to send her a drunk. Waiter, would you send her a drunk on me?” (0:39)
Huston tells Rose, "I think anybody that talks about themselves in the third person is looney tunes." (0:48)
A men's bath clerk tells Rose, "Come here, you crazy lady." (0:56)
Huston tells Rose, "You got to be crazy."
”You know, you gotta be wacko.” (1:01)
Hookah next to airplane window (1:02)
Don Franks tells Rose her performance was "Insane." (1:07)
Dennis tells Rudge, referring to Rose, "Yeah, but I'm worried about her, man."
Rudge: ”Well don't worry about her...” (1:27)
Rudge tells Rose, "I loved getting hold of a selfish, hopeless junkie and turning her into a performer that they're willing to mortgage Australia for."
Rose: ”You're crazy.” (1:30)
Rose asks a guitar player, "Got any reds?" (1:40)
Sam gives Rose "My own works." (1:46)
Rudge: "Don't worry. Don't worry." (1:46)
Rose washes pills down with liquor (1:49)
By telephone, Rose tells Rudge, "Don't worry about me." (1:51)