The Lonely Lady (1983)
Jerilee Randall: [while accepting a major award] I don't suppose I'm the only one who's had to fuck her way to the top.
[Jerilee approaches Walter by the pool]
Jerilee Randall: Walter? Walter, come to bed.
Walter Thornton: Haven't you had enough wine? Go sleep it off.
Jerilee Randall: If you'll come with me.
[He turns away]
Jerilee Randall: I'm trying to say sorry.
Walter Thornton: With a head full of drink!
Jerilee Randall: We don't have to make love.
Walter Thornton: Thank you.
Jerilee Randall: We could talk. We need to talk.
Walter Thornton: Why didn't you go off with Dacosta? He would've enjoyed it!
[angrily picks up garden hose]
Walter Thornton: Or is this more your kick?
Guy Jackson: Bud, this is Jerilee. She's Mr. Thornton's assistant.
Bud Weston: Sure. I hope you can spell, darling.
Jerilee Randall: D - A - R - L - I - N - G
Jerilee: [reading a review] : 'Sensitive and perceptive stories which vividly demonstrate the inadequacy of liberal values in the face of evil.' What does that mean, Walter?
Walter: It means your stories vividly demonstrate the inadequacy of liberal values in the face of evil!
Doctor: [Jerilee's mother comes to the hospital after Jerilee's nervous breakdown] A neighbor brought her in, Mrs. Randall. She was suffering from paranoia and hallucinations.
Veronica Randall: There's never been anything like that on my side of the family.
Doctor: Her condition was drug induced at the time. Tranquilizers, cocaine, amphetamines, alcohol. Would you know about her... eh... problems?
Veronica Randall: She's always been difficult.