Last Time I Saw Paris 
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Helen Ellswirth: I'm sick to death of death. I want to enjoy things, have fun, live every day like it's the last day. Wouldn't that be nice, a lifetime full of last days?
Helen Ellswirth: Do you mind if Paul takes me home?
Charles Wills: Paul who?
Helen Ellswirth: Paul anybody. Party like this, must be at least 7 Pauls.
Paul Lane: Of course I love you.
Helen Ellswirth: Love is never of course.
James Ellswirth: Helen tells me that you're a very serious-minded man, hard-working, industrious.
Charles Wills: Well I try to be sir.
James Ellswirth: I tell you frankly, these were not the qualities I'd hoped for in a son-in-law.
Charles Wills: You're a girl after my own heart.
Helen Ellswirth: Make no mistake, I'm after it.
Charles Wills: What kind of wife are you, dancing with other men?
Helen Ellswirth: The average kind.
Charles Wills: I've been having a bad day for a year now, maybe it's time to grow up.
Helen Ellswirth: It's too late to grow up.