Cheesy romantic pickup lines from TV/movies/books needed

So I’m looking to find a decent compilation of cheesy pickup lines and the like from movies and TV. I was watching A Knight’s Tale last night, with the line, “If I could talk to God, I’d ask him to pause the Moon, so that this night could last forever.”


So yeah, I’m looking for anything along those lines- the cheesier and more cringeworthy, the better. Sources appreciated, too.

“I’m with the looooove police, and you’re under arrest–for excessive grooviness!” I wrote that!

“If I told you you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me?”

“Is it hot in here, or is it just you?”

“What’s your sign?”

“How 'bout them [insert local sports team name here]?”

“Excuse me miss does this rag smell of ether?”

I don’t remember what movie it’s from, or even exactly what the line was, but it went something like this:
HE: God is gonna’ be really pissed in the morning.
SHE: Really? Why’s that?
HE: ‘Cuz he’s gonna’ realize he’s missing an angel.

My wife groaned at that line. Uh, when we were watching the movie.

“Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again?”

“Are you from Tennessee? 'Cos you’re the only ten I see!”

My personal favorite:

“Wanna dance?” <no> “I suppose a blowjob is out of the question, then?”

Are you looking for polished pick-up lines or are some works in progress acceptable?

Well, yeah, based on the “in movies/TV” thing.

Memory cells firing…

This one’s ultra cheezy:

“Now I realise, you’re the reason I came here alone.”

To make it more fun…

“Wanna come together?”

“Come over here, little girl, and I’ll show you what I learned in prison!”

Alexa: Why do you wanna go out with me?
Methos: Because, the alternative is unthinkable.

-Highlander, of course.

“C’mon baby, what’s your name? What’s your name, darlin’? C’mon, what’s your name?
Oh, really? Are you Russian?”

Nolt really a pickup line, but I love the exchange. Courtesy of Robin Williams.

“Excuse me, what’s your name? Thanks. When I pleasure myself, I’m a bit of a screamer, and I needed a name to go with the face.”

I remember in Me, Myself and Irene, Renee Z. berates Jim C. for being too crude and for not trying to engage in any conversation. He agrees, and says he’ll try to do better. He asks her, “Where are you from?” and she responds, gratified that he’s trying to be a gentleman.

Then he asks her, “Do you swallow?” :wally

Pinhead in Hellraiser: ". . But trick us again, and we’ll tear your soul apart!"

I can never think of anything that charming, not when it counts . . . I always get tongue-tied and stuff . . .

Not from a film, but from Steven Wright’s stand-up routine (which I did watch on tv…)

"I walked up to my girlfriend and handed her two tablets.

“What’s this?” she asked.

“It’s two aspirins for your headache.” I replied.

“I don’t have a headache.” she said.

“A-HA! Gotcha. Let’s have sex now.” I told her.

“You’ve lost… that LOOOOVIN FEEELING!”

(linked to a comic about the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, if there are any Aggie Dopers on the board)