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Krissie Valentine (Character)
from "Acapulco H.E.A.T." (1993)

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"Acapulco H.E.A.T.: Code Name: Arabesque (#1.9)" (1993)
Krissie Valentine: I may be naive, but I don't understand how someone could possibly miss being a burglar.
Cat: Cat burglar. Because, I used to run the whole job - case the mark, make the hit and fence the mechandise.
Krissie Valentine: One stop shopping.

Mike Savage: Okay, Catherine's a translator, so if they test you with languages can you handle it?
Cat: Are you kidding? I dated Pierre for a year, Luigi for two years and spent the worst four weeks of my life with Boris the Russian from hell.
Krissie Valentine: Well, it's certainly cheaper than Berlitz.
Cat: And a whole lot more effective.

"Acapulco H.E.A.T.: Code Name: Stranded (#1.17)" (1994)
[examining an old military-issue phone that appears to be broken]
Cat: This must be fifteen years old.
Krissie Valentine: Hey, I do computers, not antiques.
Marcos: Let me try. I took one of these apart when I was five.
Krissie Valentine: Taking it apart is one thing, but can you put it back together?

"Acapulco H.E.A.T.: Code Name: Strange Bedfellow (#1.4)" (1993)
Marcos: What are you readin'?
Krissie Valentine: It's none of your business.
Marcos: Touchy, touchy.
Marcos: Yeah. Hard cover - bad sign.
Tommy: Yeah. She took off the dust jacket - that's another bad sign.
Marcos: Mm-hmm. Too small for a technical book.
Tommy: Way too thin for a novel.
Marcos: Very suspicious. Pornography?

"Acapulco H.E.A.T.: Code Name: The Stalking Horse (#1.14)" (1994)
Ashley Hunter-Coddington: Does he have any idea who the hit man could be?
Krissie Valentine: Only that he's ex-KGB. Brett is on the way to the airport with photographs of possible candidates. He thought you might recognize some of them.
Ashley Hunter-Coddington: It's always nice seeing old friends, isn't it, Mike?
Mike Savage: Definitely.