Alec Walker: [after being asked who was on the phone] I haven't the remotest notion. She calls me up every now and then and we talk. I call her my telephone dream girl. It's practically weird.
Laura: Who was that?
Julie Eden: Oh, just somebody we happened to meet. Names Walker. What have you been doing all afternoon?
Laura: What have you been doing?
Julie Eden: We had lunch and then, well, you know.
Laura: Yes, I know!
Julie Eden: All right, I picked him up. Or, he picked me up. I'm not sure which. Anyway, it was all pretty raw. I shouldn't be surprised if he drank or even worse. Oh, I'm sorry darling. But, you're always so suspicious Whenever you see a man you immediately think, well, you know.
Alec Walker: You and I were getting to be good friends and I don't want that spoiled.
Julie Eden: There's nothing to spoil. We had a lot of fun, that's all. It was yesterday and that's over.
Alec Walker: Its not over. How can it be over?
Julie Eden: I'm afraid I'm going to be terribly busy. I'm trying to get some sketches off to New York. Would you mind? I'm terribly rushed.
Julie Eden: All right, I love you. I'll scrawl it on fences. I'll paint it on a banner and wear it across my chest.
Julie Eden: Yes, darling, I'm coming. Wait for me.
Alec Walker: Look, darling, suppose there were no Maida? Supposing since the first day we met there never had been a Maida?
Alec Walker: Well, now, it's all settled. Isn't it? Well, dear, where are my slippers?
Alec Walker: That's just a lot of words. Can't you see that words don't make sense any more?
Telephone Operator: Mr. Alec Walker, calling Mrs. Alec Walker, Ritz Hotel, Paris. Mr. Walker's ready. Go ahead, please.
Alec Walker: Scotch, please. Then bring me a hot toddy.
Julie Eden: [Last lines] We were both dreaming, darling. But, now, its true.