Jerry Warriner: And if you get bored in Oklahoma City, you can always go over to Tulsa for the weekend!

Lucy Warriner: I've seen your picture in the paper and wondered what you looked like.

Lucy Warriner: You've come back and caught me in the truth, and there's nothing less logical than the truth.

Jerry Warriner: In the spring, a young man's fancy lightly turns to what he's been thinking about all winter.

Armand Duvalle: I am a great teacher, not a great lover.
Lucy Warriner: That's right, Armand. No one could ever accuse you of being a great lover.

Lucy Warriner: You're all confused, aren't you?
Jerry Warriner: Aren't you?
Lucy Warriner: No.
Jerry Warriner: Well you should be, because you're wrong about things being different because they're not the same. Things are different except in a different way. You're still the same, only I've been a fool... but I'm not now.
Lucy Warriner: Oh.
Jerry Warriner: So long as I'm different don't you think that... well maybe things could be the same again... only a little different, huh?

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