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: Ok, all right, so you don't like Country & Western. Neil Kittredge
: It has it's place. Barn raisings, square dances. When one of the Mandrell sisters get married, but not here.
: Well, you heard the applause. Neil Kittredge
: The ping of the spittoons kept drowning it out.
: [entering Neil's bedroom
] Knock knock, Nurse Colby to the rescue with chicken soup. Neil Kittredge
: [instead of being sick, Neil is bed with a woman
] Monica, I... this is my wife, Gail. Gail Kittredge
: And this is the bedroom. The kitchen's down the hall. Monica Colby
: Excuse me. I must have the wrong house. I certainly have the wrong man.
: [enters Monica's office
] We need to talk. Monica Colby
: Neil, it's a very strong door. It's meant to take knocks.
: [to Monica
] First of all, I don't resent women in business. I worked for the best: Dominique for four years. Her gender wasn't a problem and neither is yours. Man, woman or a smurf, you would've ticked me off just the same.
: Except for you, I, eh, I haven't been in a man's bed since I started at Titania. Neil Kittredge
: Is there a prize for that? Monica Colby
: You can be an insensitive clod sometimes. Neil Kittredge
: Yeah, but would a sensitive clod
[steals a kiss from her
] Neil Kittredge
: be that much better?
[they resume kissing