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: Johnny, I'm scared. Johnny Staccato
: You're scared? Fay Linn
: I think I'm being followed. Johnny Staccato
: Well, that figures, doesn't it. Fay Linn
: No! They're not following me, they're following this.
[Fay shows Johnny a large diamond necklace
] Johnny Staccato
: Huh. That figures, too.
: You know, this may sound silly, but I remember how you used to look at me when you talked. Johnny Staccato
: How did I look at you? Fay Linn
: Well, your voice said, "Hello, Eddie's wife." Your look said, "Hello, Woman."
: How long have you known the girl, Fay Linn? Johnny Staccato
: Oh, a couple of years. Fulton
: Have you known her well? Johnny Staccato
: No. I know her husband - ex-husband - pretty well. Fulton
: Oh. He was a musician? Johnny Staccato
: Still is. Never shake it once you dig it.
: I know I got slugged and I got robbed. Now you're making like I did the slugging and the robbing!
: Why does a man have to be honest all the time - cut and dried? Waldo
: Johnny, a man can cheat or man cannot cheat. I have known some men who liked who were cheaters and I know some men I don't like who would never cheat... but it is not important who I like and who I don't like, because the man who cheats, he doesn't like himself. And it is when a man does not like himself that he has cheated himself out of his own respect... and that is a sad thing.
: Oh Johnny, Johnny, Johnny. How can you sit there playing that dreamy music with me and this...
[Fay holds up the diamond necklace
] Fay Linn
: ...right in front of you just for the taking. Johnny Staccato
: Sometimes dreamy music can help a man. Music can be like a shower - clean, you know. And if you like music, you want to be able to play it tomorrow, next week, next month.
: Johnny, I've got something to show you.
[Fay pulls out a pistol and points it at Johnny
] Johnny Staccato
: You better give that to somebody else. I already have one.