The Truth About Charlie (2002)
Joshua Peters: Excuse me, does this belong to you?
Sylvia: Now what's he gone and done?
Joshua Peters: Well, he was creating a fairly sophisticated surveillance system behind the ladies' cabana.
Joshua Peters: Can I ask you something real quick and make it like ripping off a band-aid, okay?
Regina Lambert: Ow. Go ahead.
Joshua Peters: Is there a Mr. Regina?
Regina Lambert: Not for long.
Regina Lambert: Have you ever been in love in Paris, Joshua?
Joshua Peters: Uh, I can't say I've had that pleasure, Reggie.
Regina Lambert: Well, you're still young. Maybe you still have a chance.
Joshua Peters: That would be nice.
Regina Lambert: It's Regina, you know. Nobody calls me Reggie.
Joshua Peters: Nobody at all, huh?
Regina Lambert: Not til now, anyway.
Joshua Peters: [smiles] Good.
Cmndt. Dominique: [talking about Regina] She's a real beauty, isn't she?
Joshua Peters: I suppose she is, yes.
Cmndt. Dominique: I always wonder, with a woman like that, what kind of guy actually gets to go to bed with her?
Joshua Peters: Well, in this case, a dead one, I guess.
Joshua Peters: Reggie, I hate that you're caught up in this. But at the same time I'm glad, because it means we've met.
Lewis Bartholomew: So, my long lost and non-existent kid brother, a.k.a Mr. Bartholomew.
Lewis Bartholomew: Nice to meet you.
Joshua Peters: I've never seen a ghost before. Pleasure's all mine.
Cmndt. Dominique: We took the liberty of calling your tailor. We thought perhaps we would learn something.
Regina Lambert: Did you?
Cmndt. Dominique: Yes. Your dress is ready.
Lewis Bartholomew: I want to make it perfectly clear that even if we wanted to, which we don't, we couldn't force you to do it. Your decision must be entirely your own, Mrs. Lake.
Regina Lambert: What decision?
Lewis Bartholomew: To work with us.
Regina Lambert: If you think I'm getting mixed up in this, you're absolutely bonkers.
Lewis Bartholomew: We want that money back, Mrs. Lambert.
Regina Lambert: I don't have it.
Lewis Bartholomew: Oh yes, you do. You have it. You just don't know you've got it.
Lewis Bartholomew: I was wrong about you, Mrs. Lambert. Meeting the widow of a man like Lake, well, I was expecting a siren, a harpy, a shrew. But you, you have decency, dignity, what my father called gumption.
Regina Lambert: I'm very touched. You are actually quite sweet for a stars and bars company man, aren't you?
Lewis Bartholomew: You've discovered my secret side Mrs. Lambert. Keep it under your hat. Boo!