The content of this page was created by users. It has not been screened or verified by IMDb staff.
[Hansen's plant explodes
] Happy Hogan
: I'm coming! I got you!
[throws himself on Tony
] Maya Hansen
: It's okay, it was the plant! It's a glitch in my work. Tony Stark
: [to Hogan
] Please, stop riding me!
: You know, look... I got a real job. What do you want? I'm working. I've got something going on, here. Tony Stark
: What, harassing interns? Happy Hogan
: Let me tell you something. Do you know what happened when I told everyone I was Iron Man's bodyguard? They would laugh in my face. I had to leave while I still had a shred of dignity. Now I got a real job. I'm watching Pepper.
: I miss you, Happy. Happy Hogan
: Yeah, I miss you, too. But the way it used to be. Now you're off with the super-friends. I don't know what's going on with you, anymore. The world's getting weird.
: Mr. Stark! Christine Everheart, Vanity Fair magazine. Can I ask you a couple of questions? Hogan
: [whispers to Stark
] She's cute. Tony Stark
: [whispers to Hogan
] She's alright.
] Tony Stark
: Hi! Christine Everheart
: Hi. Tony Stark
: Yeah. Okay, go. Christine Everheart
: You've been called the Da Vinci of our time. What do you say to that? Tony Stark
: Absolutely ridiculous. I don't paint. Christine Everheart
: And what do you say to your other nickname, the Merchant of Death? Tony Stark
: That's not bad. Let me guess... Berkeley? Christine Everheart
: Brown, actually. Tony Stark
: Well, Ms. Brown. It's an imperfect world, but it's the only one we got. I guarantee you the day weapons are no longer needed to keep the peace, I'll start making bricks and beams for baby hospitals. Christine Everheart
: Rehearse that much? Tony Stark
: Every night in front of the mirror before bedtime. Christine Everheart
: I can see that. Tony Stark
: I'd like to show you firsthand. Christine Everheart
] All I'm looking for is a straight answer. Tony Stark
: [removing his shades
] OK, here's a straight answer. My old man had a philosophy: peace means having a bigger stick than the other guy. Christine Everheart
: That's a great line, coming from a guy selling the sticks. Tony Stark
: My father helped defeat Nazis. He worked on the Manhattan Project. A lot of people, including your professors at Brown, would call that being a hero. Christine Everheart
: And a lot of people would also call that war-profiteering. Tony Stark
: Tell me, do you plan to report on the millions we've saved by advancing medical technology or kept from starvation with our intelli-crops? All those breakthroughs, military funding, honey. Christine Everheart
: Have you ever lost an hour of sleep in your life? Tony Stark
: I'm be prepared to lose a few with you.
[Stark's car, the winner of a race, arrives at the airport
] Tony Stark
: I thought I lost you back there! Hogan
: You did, sir.
: [Tony has just been told by a US Marshal that tomorrow he has to attend court in front of the US Armed forces committee
] Show me the badge. Happy Hogan
: [to the US Marshall
] He likes the badge. U.S. Marshal
: [shows her badge
] Still like it? Tony Stark
: Anything else, boss? Tony Stark
: I'm good, Hap. Pepper Potts
: No, I'll be just... another minute. Tony Stark
: I lost both the kids in the divorce.