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Quotes for
Rita Capkovic (Character)
from "The Rockford Files" (1974)

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"The Rockford Files: Rosendahl and Gilda Stern Are Dead (#5.2)" (1978)
Rita Capkovic: What about that salesman, what ever he is?
Jim Rockford: No, no, no, I think you're right about him. I think he is a salesman, and he's sweating. Which means he knows what's going on. Now if we could just find him...
Rita Capkovic: How? We don't even know what he does.
Jim Rockford: He's carrying a hip joint around in his brief case. There's got to be distributors, manufacturer, reps for prosthetic devices. How many of those can there be in L.A.?
Rita Capkovic: Want me to tell you?

Jim Rockford: How could you spend three hundred thousand dollars?
Rita Capkovic: Boy, you never give up! You know that? You think I know where the money went? I know where the money went.
Jim Rockford: Where?
Rita Capkovic: All right!
[she starts counting off her fingers]
Rita Capkovic: The new apartment. The furniture. The microwave. I told you about my friend Monica's teeth? I mean somebody had to do something about her teeth!
Jim Rockford: Whatcha do? Have them gold-plated and set with her birth stone?

Jim Rockford: Speaking of money, Rita you never really did explain what happened to the money Maggie left you.
Rita Capkovic: Oh yeah, well I'm not going to say that I should've known better, right? You're not going to give me the static? And I'm not going to hear about it from you for the rest of my life... it was this guy...
Jim Rockford: Rita...
Rita Capkovic: Yeah, but Jim I had such a good time spending it!


"The Rockford Files: The Paper Palace (#4.16)" (1978)
Rita Capkovic: [at the Becker dinner table] You know the one animal I can't stand? Monkeys. I had one once. I only kept him for a couple of weeks. They make the place so smelly. Now you take cats. All you need is a litter box and that's it. Now that monkey, he made all over my new couch. He made all over my floor. You'd come through my door and find yourself up to your buns in ...
Peggy Becker: Broccoli?

Sid Loft: [Dennis and Peggy are having the Loft's - Sid and Eleanor - over for dinner, trying to 'woo' them to help get a permit to build an apartment over their garage. Jim's there, and Dennis brought Rita over. The tension's palpable; Ms. Loft is upset they're eating 'late' - 8p, and Rita's just finished her 'monkey-poo' story] You know, you're crazy about animals, I'm crazy about professions. I really, really interest me. Take modeling. That is what you do, isn't it, Miss Capkovick? You are a model?
Rita Capkovic: 'Capkovic.'
Sid Loft: 'Capkovic.'
Peggy Becker: [Nervously trying to change the direction of the conversation] I-I, I could have served earlier, but I didn't know. You know, I mean, 7 o'clock, 6:30...
Eleanor Loft: [Not even making any eye contact with Peggy, her annoyance is apparent] Many people enjoy a late dinner.
Sid Loft: You and Dennis here, you friends quite awhile?
Lt. Doug Chapman: [Rita stops in mid-chew, Dennis putting broccoli on his plate, looks at Rita, then speaks - looking at his plate, and almost mumbling] Yeah, for a little while.
Sid Loft: [the only one smiling] How'd you to happen to meet?
Jim Rockford: Dennis, I think you forgot the wine.
Lt. Doug Chapman: Yeah.
[Crumples his napkin on the table]
Lt. Doug Chapman: Be right back. Excuse me. Thank you.
Sid Loft: Couldn't have been at the station. I mean, what would a model be doing at the police station?
[Sid laughs, Rita glowers silently at Sid]
Jim Rockford: I'm telling you, Peggy...
[Sid's still laughing as Jim's speaking]
Jim Rockford: ... Peggy this is really great. I mean, Yorkshire pudding and everything!
Peggy Becker: [sighs] Uh, thank you
[Peggy nervously smiles at jim]
Peggy Becker: .
Sid Loft: [Sid continues his one-sided conversation, disregarding every attempt to dissuade him from continuing] Of course, I can remember a time I think it was in the 50's. Big scandal. They rounded up all these girls, took them up right off the street
[Jim's glowering at Sid]
Sid Loft: , and every single one of them was carrying a hatbox
[Mrs. Loft looks at her husband - still chewing, then looks at Rita, and raises her eyebrows and cocks her head]
Sid Loft: , claiming to be a model.
[Rita's staring straight at Sid, her face emotionless]
Sid Loft: Guess what they were?
[Rita looks at Peggy]
Jim Rockford: [Speaking to Peggy, while gesturing with a fork. His voice - sincere to Peggy, also has a definite note of anger - directed at Sid Loft] Do you have any idea how long it's been since I had Yorkshire pudding?
[Jim's just about to put a fork-full in his mouth]
Sid Loft: Prostitues.
[Jim doesn't put the fork in his mouth, and turns away in disgust]
Sid Loft: Every last one of them, a common street walker.
[Sid stops leaning forward, and satisfied with his 'story,' reclines back. Mrs. Loft looks at Sid, the. Looks at Rita]
Sid Loft: Now, I haven't thought about that in years
[Rita's face - still unmoving, but, with a depressing cast slowly coming across it]
Sid Loft: Funny how it jumped into my mind when you mentioned being a model.
Peggy Becker: [Still trying to put on her game-face, she speaks with a fake chipper tone, and starts to stand] Well, shall we have coffee in the living room?

Officer McRainey: [Dennis is taking Rita to the precinct property room, so she can pick her stuff up. It's late at night, and both Rita and Dennis are tense. But, not Ofcr McRainey] You know what she put sdoen for occupation? 'Poet.'
Rita Capkovic: There was a young man from Nantucket...
Dennis Becker: Okay, Rita. Come on.