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: Oh, what a shame Diana had an appointment to give blood. She's really going to be sorry she missed this. Major Steve Trevor
: Oh, you're right, Etta. But don't worry, some day I'll arrange to introduce her to Wonder Woman personally.
: What's wrong? Major Steve Trevor
: Ah, we've lost 'em. We're nearly out of gas and I don't have any gas coupons.
Major Steve Trevor
: I'll take my first furlow behind enemy lines. Etta Candy
: That doesn't sound very restful to me.
: My father said that one good steak is more morale boosting than two Betty Grable movies!
General Phil Blankenship
: Etta, I have some priority dictation to get out. Etta Candy
: Yes sir.
] Etta Candy
: If you should happen to run across any tall, rich, eligitable Texan... Major Steve Trevor
: I promise to give them your name, rank and... private phone number.
[waves his fingers like Groucho Marx fingering his cigar
: Oh do you have any idea how much I envy you? You and Steve, alone, under an incredibly huge South American moon. Diana Prince
: Etta, that's scientifically impossible. The moon is the same size in the Northern and the Southern hemispheres.
: Oh Diana, the postcard made it sound so exciting. And a handsome, romantic South American and all that moonlight and walks in the... Major Steve Trevor
: [interrupting as he enters the room
] And don't forget a half a dozen Nazis and a squad of enemy frogmen.
: My assignment is a logical military alternative and a patriotic necessity. Diana Prince
: To quote Dr. Samuel Johnson: Patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels.
[Etta gets a wide-eyed look of shock
] Steve Trevor
: Yeoman Prince! Diana Prince
] Yes sir! Steve Trevor
: Dismissed! Diana Prince
: Aye aye, sir!
] Steve Trevor
[Etta jumps and looks at Steve scared
] Steve Trevor
: This is confidential. Etta Candy
: Oh, yes sir! Absolutely!
[Etta leaves the office desperately
: You're right, Etta, and I'm sorry, I, I know you can't talk about top secret information. Etta Candy
: You're right. Everything's always so hush-hush. But I do know one thing I can tell you... Paul Bjornsen
: Oh, what's that? Etta Candy
: My phonenumber.
: I've got the strangest feeling... Etta Candy
: What? Diana Prince
: I've seen that photographer before. Etta Candy
: The only feelings I have are hunger pains.
: I still don't understand what happened to Diana, Steve. She was supposed to be in the beauty contest. Major Steve Trevor
: Well, it's simple, Etta. When she found she'd have to share the stage with Wonder Woman, poor kid probably threw in the sponge. Ah, but what woman wouldn't? Wonder Woman is just too much.
: I, eh... don't suppose you could make it for four? Diana Prince
: Oh, Etta, I wish I could but you heard Steve. He has important business to discuss with Peter Knight. Etta Candy
: Business or social, I never get to go out to dinner. Diana Prince
: Well I'll make you a promise: I'll take you out to dinner sometime. Etta Candy
: It's not the same Diana, I mean, you're not a man. Diana Prince
: I've always been very happy about that.