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: I can't believe the two of you are eating in the middle of a crisis like this. Gary
: We're nervous, what do you want... Leslie
: Then take a Valium like a normal person.
: I can't believe Roberta's a prostitute. Gary
: Roberta's not a prostitute. Leslie
: I saw this thing on television about this woman who turned tricks in the city from nine until noon, then went shopping all afternoon. It was years before her husband found out about it. Oh, my God, I've heard that four out of five prostitutes are lesbians. Gary
: Don't you think I would know if my wife was a lesbian? Leslie
: Why? You didn't know she was a prostitute!
: Here it is, a message from Jim.
[Reading from newspaper
: "Desperately seeking Susan. Meet me, four o'clock, Battery Park. Keep the faith. Love, Jim." Leslie
: Jim? Susan? Do you know these people? Roberta
: They send messages through the personal ads, that's how they hook up. Last year she was in Mexico City, then Los Angeles, now New York. Desperate. I love that word. Leslie
: Everybody I know is desperate, except for you. Roberta
: I'm desperate. Leslie
: Ha! Roberta
: Well, sort of.