The best -- or the worst -- depending on how you look at it

By EW Staff
Updated July 17, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT
Reese Witherspoon
Credit: Reese Witherspoon: Nina Prommer/Globe Photos

We asked stars to recall the most, uh, memorable come-ons they’ve heard — or used. Here’s the drill:

JOHN LEGUIZAMO (”Moulin Rouge”) ”When I was 19, I’d say, ‘You might as well come home with me now, because the things I’m going to do to you at home by myself you might want to have a say in.”’

REESE WITHERSPOON (”Legally Blonde”) ”A guy once told me he’d get me out of my parking tickets if I went on a date with him. I thought about it for two seconds, then went, ‘Nah.”’

RACHAEL LEIGH COOK (”Josie and the Pussycats”) ”’You may not know this, but I’m cool and chicks dig me.”’

RYAN STILES (”The Drew Carey Show”) ”’I’ve got cable.”’

PAUL WALKER (”The Fast and the Furious”) ”’Your dad must be a jewel thief because he stole two diamonds from the sky and put them in your eyes.’ Really weak.”

LUKE WILSON (”Legally Blonde”) ”I’ve heard, ‘Hey, aren’t you Jan-Michael Vincent?”’

DORIS ROBERTS (”Everybody Loves Raymond”) ”’Can I dip you in chocolate?”’

ANNA FARIS (”Scary Movie 2”) ”This guy said, ‘You look a whole lot like that Mena Suvari girl from ”American Pie.”’ So I turned to him and said, ‘Oh, really? Some people tell me I look like that girl from ”Scary Movie.””’