Bat: I admire cleanliness, but, uh, not in a wallet.
Bat: Why, this must be worth a fortune.
Lucy Carter: Well, I don't know what you consider a fortune, Mr. Masterson, but that diamond necklace is insured for over $150,000.
Bat: That's my idea of a fortune.
Bat: You know, you amaze me. After what happened, I'd think you'd never want to see me again.
Lucy Carter: Well, diamonds are a lot easier to replace than friends.
Bat: No hurry, boys. Mr. Morgan was a silent partner--he's very silent now.
Bat: I'll correct you about one thing. Diamonds might be a lot easier to replace than friends, but they're a lot more reliable than some friends I know.