In Mexico, two men leave the National Museum and go down the street so that the embassy photographer, Saunders, can take a photo of the other man, Senator Walter Kermit. Another photographer, Droison, is there and leaves so that they can get a clear shot. After the photographer gets the shot, he asks Droison to take a photo of the two of them. As Saunders shows Droison how to take the photo, he admits that he couldn't get there alone and he's there to collect his money and do his job for his new employers. Droison slips him an envelope of money and Saunders poses with Walter...Read the full recap
Kelly: I didn't ask you anything yet.
Secretary: Kelly Robinson, the only good thing about playing tennis with you is that a girl gets to wear her sneakers so she can run.
Kelly: Let me have your jacket.
Kelly: Your jacket, can I have your jacket to put it on the wire?
Scott: No, man. What for?
Kelly: Well, I can't use mine. I have to be beautiful for the girl.
Scott: Well, you borrowed my jacket in Hong Kong to put on the barbed wire. You owe me one.
Kelly: Are you kidding? I had that rewoven for you. You can't even see the little holes in the thing.
Waiter: Ah, those are wandering mariachis. Bring good luck.
Kelly: How far do they usually wander? Because right now they're killing the art of conversation.
Maude: You are as alien and unfathomable to me as somebody from another planet.
Saunders: Mrs. Murdock, I've never really believed you're a simple Oklahoman housewife. Now I'm sure you're not.
Maude: Allow me to tell you just who I am. I am a woman who labels you as a traitor. I can't call you my countryman 'cause you have no cause, you have no convictions, no principles.
Saunders: Merely money.
Maude: And you don't need money. What you do, you do because you despise everything. You're one of those superior beings for whom there are no laws, no rules, no commandments.
Saunders: I've never been a joiner.
Maude: In Oklahoma, when we have a diseased animals, we cut him out of the herd before he can do anymore damage.
Saunders: Mrs. Murdock, I'm afraid you've got to leave that little chore to someone else.
Kelly: Hello there, Maude. Listen, I have a question for you, Maude.
Maude: What's that?
Kelly: Why in the world would you... why in the world would you go out with us carrying a gun?
Maude: Why, in case I had to shoot you. I hope you don't think I trusted either one of you.