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Bertie Knox (Character)
from Moonlight Mile (2002)

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Moonlight Mile (2002)
Joe Nast: What did I do?
Bertie: You played this song.

[Bertie and Joe start slow dancing to the Rolling Stones' "Moonlight Mile"]
Joe Nast: What did I do?
Bertie: You played my song.

Joe Nast: [at the post office] I think you have some mail here.
Bertie: You think?

Bertie: You think if you just run around fast enough, figure out what everyone wants, no one's gonna notice what a coward you are? Are you that scared? - You sleep in that house, eat their food... you act like everyday's just another Sunday
Bertie: you think if you just keep it up, these people won't notice their daughter's missing?
Joe Nast: What are we doing that's so different? - Lend a hand, Bertie! There's not a body in that bar that thinks Cal McGinnis is ever coming home!
Joe Nast: You think I don't know that you're never gonna make room in your life for someone who want's to know you better than 60 lousy percent?
Joe Nast: It's the last 40 that counts!
Bertie: [whisper's] Where'd you go, Joe?
[walks out, slamming door behind her]
Joe Nast: [whisper's to himself] I'm... right here.

Bertie: Sorry, we could not complete the postal cycle.

Bertie: [addressing Ben and Jo-Jo] We've never actually met. I'm your route manager. I helped Joe here do some bin diving, dig up your invites. Really excellent paper selection.
Bertie: I... I'm sorry we couldn't complete the postal cycle for you.

Bertie: So, did you ever see that "Lucy" episode where she's in this big vat stomping grapes, making wine?... I feel like that everytime I cimb in. I pretend I'm in Italy
[Bertie and Joe get into the mail bin]
Bertie: ... feeling Italian?
Joe Nast: Uh - no, not just yet.
Bertie: Give it a sec.

Bertie: So, did you come back for that drink?
Joe Nast: [chuckles] No, the dancing, actually.

Joe Nast: That song at the bar, that was your's?
Bertie: He never actually heard it... but
Joe Nast: ...But he knew you pretty well?
Bertie: About 60%

Bertie: Oh shit, I gotta pee!

Bertie: So, commercial real-estate?
Joe Nast: Commercial real-estate.
Bertie: What the hell does that mean?
Joe Nast: [laughing] I have no idea.
Bertie: And this is what you want to do?
Joe Nast: Not really.
Bertie: Oh, and what do you want to do?
Joe Nast: I want to figure out what I want to do.
Bertie: So you're kind of in "Escrow" at the moment?... real-estate term.
Joe Nast: Yeah, I recognized that one