Claire Stenwick: How do I know you?
Ray Koval: How do you know me? Wow! That's a strong play. Believe me, I spent a lot of time thinking what this would be like. Where it'd be, what I'd say, what you'd say, but I never thought it...
Claire Stenwick: I'm sorry, I just...
Ray Koval: You really wanna go this way?
Claire Stenwick: Look you clearly have me confused with someone else.
Ray Koval: I don't know. I'm not great on names. I should be. I try. Faces I'm definitely better. I'm like a B, B-. Where I'm good, where I really excel, people I have slept with. That's been a traditional area of strength of me.
Claire Stenwick: [to Ray] You on one side, me on the other, it's perfect.
Claire Stenwick: I found these in your closet.
Ray Koval: I swear to you I have no idea who they belong to.
Claire Stenwick: Well in that case I'll put them back on.
Ray Koval: You're gaming me?
Ray Koval: Then you seduce me, then you drug me and ransack my hotel room.
Claire Stenwick: I'm sorry.
Ray Koval: [end lines] I guess on a strictly professional level, it's...
Claire Stenwick: Impressive.
Ray Koval: I think about you all the time. I think about you even when you're with me. I look at you, I can't stop looking at you. I look at you, and I think, "That woman... That woman knows who I am and loves me anyway."
Ray Koval: [referring to the thong Claire found in his wardrobe] I've been loyal to you. The only woman who's been in this apartment is the landlady and she couldn't wear that thing as a wristband.
Ray Koval: You smell great.
Claire Stenwick: Oh please, I smell like a rental car.
Claire Stenwick: My caper's in the Bahamas. Where's yours?
Ray Koval: Cleveland.
Ray Koval: This wasn't an accident, was it? Being here. Meeting like this. You came looking for me, didn't you?
Claire Stenwick: You'd like that, wouldn't you?
Ray Koval: I'm right, though, aren't I?
Claire Stenwick: Because you went looking for me, right?
Ray Koval: But why? Just for this?
Claire Stenwick: Isn't that enough?
Ray Koval: Not for you.
Claire Stenwick: If I told you I loved you, would it make any difference?
Ray Koval: If you told me or if I believed you?
Claire Stenwick: I love you. I really do. I don't know why you would believe me. I don't know why we'd believe anything anymore. I just keep having this fantasy that we suddenly snap out of it, that we come out of this and be like people are supposed to be, like, trusting and honest.
Ray Koval: We're not like other people.
Claire Stenwick: I know that. Don't you think I know that? Do you have any idea how frustrating it is to know that you are the only man who could ever possibly understand me? Look, I know who you are. And I love you anyway.