Line: I'm really very up.
Context: Michael is walking Sandy home after his party. She is clearly distraught and finally bursts into tears. Michael asks what is wrong.
Sandy: Nothing! I'm perfectly fine. I just cry like this, like a tic.
Michael: Tell me what's wrong or I'll kill you.
Sandy: Nothing's wrong, Michael. I'm really very up.
Usage: When nothing but an unconvincing lie about your state of mind will do.
Lesson Five: "I've got my stars."
Lesson Three: “It's 'tips.'" and "Not with me as Tolstoy”