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Paula McFadden (Character)
from The Goodbye Girl (1977)

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  1. The Goodbye Girl (2004) (TV) Played by Patricia Heaton
    ... aka "Neil Simon's The Goodbye Girl" - USA (complete title)

  2. Goodbye Doesn't Mean Forever (1982) (TV) Played by Karen Valentine

  3. The Goodbye Girl (1977) Played by Marsha Mason
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  1. Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters (2006) Played by Marsha Mason

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From The Goodbye Girl (1977)
Elliot Garfield: [out on the fire escape] Hey! I think I have a clue now as to why all those other guys left. Crackers! Animal Crackers lady! You've got a severe case of emotional retardation. I'm not leaving Paula, I'm escaping.
Paula McFadden: I will personally forward your mail.
Elliot Garfield: Keep it! I'm not giving you a forwarding address.
Paula McFadden: [to woman on the street] Lot of weirdos in this neighborhood.
Elliot Garfield: But just in passing I'd like to say that last night was teriffic, okay? It was the Super Bowl of romance. I give it a fat nine on a scale of ten. You lose one point for burping your wine but all in all it's still a very respectable score.
Paula McFadden: Don't you get glib about last night it was very important to me.
Elliot Garfield: You want to lower your neurosis for just one second I'm not finished. You want to know what your problem is?
Paula McFadden: What?
Elliot Garfield: You love to love someone but the minute they start taking the initiative like I did last night that scares the pants off you. Nothing off color intended. You didn't wait at any stage door me, you know? I approached first. I touched first and you can't handle that, can you.
Paula McFadden: [to woman on street] He is laughable. And silly! You are the silliest man I've ever met.
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