COBIE SMULDERS: I could cry now, you know very effectively, if I only had the technique.
KEVIN KLINE: Technique certainly is very important.
COBIE SMULDERS: Oh dear.
KEVIN KLINE: Conversation seems to have come to a standstill.
COBIE SMULDERS: I think perhaps I would like to have another drink after all, just a very small one.
KEVIN KLINE: Soup's on.
COBIE SMULDERS: Thank you.
Oh, you make me feel extraordinarily self-conscious.
That's one of your most renowned gifts, isn't it frightening people?
KEVIN KLINE: Surely you''re not going to pretend that I frighten you.
COBIE SMULDERS: It''s personality, I expect.
You look strangely young every now and then.
It would be nice to know what you were really like, under all the trappings.
KEVIN KLINE: Just a simple boy stinking with idealism.
COBIE SMULDERS: Sentimental too.
Are you happy on the whole?
KEVIN KLINE: Ecstatically.
Would you like me to play you something?
COBIE SMULDERS: No, thank you.
KEVIN KLINE: Why ever not?
You must be mad!
COBIE SMULDERS: Not mad, just musical.
[Laughter] KEVIN KLINE: Snappy too.
Quite rude in fact.
COBIE SMULDERS: Yes, that was rather rude, wasn''t it?
KEVIN KLINE: Nevermind.
What should we do now?
COBIE SMULDERS: Do?
Is there any necessity to do anything?
KEVIN KLINE: I don''t know, my social sense tells me something is demanded, but for the life of me I can't think what it is.