Blind Date (1987)
[Nadia accepts attorney David Bedford's marriage proposal on the condition that he defend her true love in court]
Nadia Gates: You mean we have to have sex? All right, but no kissing!
Mrs. Gruen: Mrs Yakamoto, I have your hair. I'm going to slip it under the door.
Nadia Gates: Oh Walter your beautiful car! Oh look on the bright side, what else can happen?
Nadia Gates: Walter if you will just drop me off at a hotel...
Walter Davis: [cuts off Nadia] What? and bring an end to this glorious evening?
David Bedford: I swear on my mother's grave.
Judge Harold Bedford: Your mother is playing the back 9 at Bellaire.
David Bedford: I was speaking in the future tense.
Ted Davis: ...but don't get her drunk. If you get her drunk,
Ted Davis: she loses control!
Walter Davis: Ted, are we talking a loss of inhibitions here, or does she pee on the floor?
Nadia Gates: I don't like you. I certainly do not love you. Do we have to have sex?
David Bedford: Oh yes...
Nadia Gates: Okay but no kissing.
Walter Davis: Nadia I'm taking you home!
Nadia Gates: To Baton Rouge?
Walter Davis: I'm taking you to your friends house! Now what's the address?
Nadia Gates: Oh I feel horrible...
Walter Davis: OH dare I to hope that you sobered up?
Nadia Gates: I just have this chemical imbalance almost like an allergy to alcohol. It just makes me crazy!
Walter Davis: New car?
Ted Davis: [very smug from behind his sunglasses] Yes...
Walter Davis: [leans forward and vomits in car] Uuuuugggghhhhhh!
Nadia Gates: [inspects painting] Oh! This looks Japanese. "Master and Concubines"?
Walter Davis: It's Yakamoto!
Nadia Gates: What is?
Walter Davis: No, no, the reason for this big business dinner tonight is this Japanese industrialist new client of ours. He's old world Japanese and he's got a wife that's more like a slave and he keeps concubines!
Nadia Gates: You gotta be kidding me.
Walter Davis: No, no, his wife knows all about it. It's "traditional" or something.
Nadia Gates: Tell me something, Walter: Are you into those kind of "traditions"?
Walter Davis: [chuckles] No, I'm actually a one-concubine kind of guy.
Harry Gruen: Do I have to say the words, Walter?
Walter Davis: I am fired?
Harry Gruen: I only wish this was the army. So that I could have you shot... Twice!