Mr. Russell: You've cost me three thousand dollars tonight. I don't think I like the way you did it.
Lisa Caldwell: I don't think I like your implication, Mr. Russell.
Mr. Russell: Never mind. My injured feelings can be healed easily - under the right circumstances. You know, in the past, I've always enjoyed my trips to St. Louis. I don't see why this should be an exception, do you?
Lisa Caldwell: You were wrong about how you lost your three thousand dollars, Mr. Russell; you're just as wrong about me. Why don't you go back to New York and heal your wounds before you make a third mistake?
Mr. Russell: I don't think I made a mistake on either count.