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Matty Walker: You don't look lazy. Tell me, does chat like this work with most women?
Ned Racine: If they haven't been around much.
Matty Walker: I wondered. I thought maybe I was out of touch.
Ned Racine: Can I buy you a drink?
Matty Walker: I told you, I've got a husband.
Ned Racine: I'll buy him one too.
Matty Walker: He's out of town.
Ned Racine: My favorite kind. We'll drink to him.
Matty Walker: He only comes up on weekends.
Ned Racine: I'm liking him better all the time.
Matty Walker: Look who's here. isn't this a coincidence.
Ned Racine: I know you.
Matty Walker: You're the one who hates talking about heat. Too bad. I'd talk about chimes.
Ned Racine: What about them?
Matty Walker: The wind chimes on my porch. They keep ringing and I go out, expecting a cool breeze. That's what they always mean. But not this year. This year it's just hot air.
Ned Racine: Do I remind you of hot air? Bourbon, any kind, on the rocks. Do you want another?
Matty Walker: What are you doing in Pinehaven?
Ned Racine: I'm no yokel. I was all the way to Miami once.
Matty Walker: Some men, once they get a whiff of it, they trail you like a hound.
Ned Racine: I'm not that eager.
Matty Walker: What's your name, anyway?
Ned Racine: Ned Racine.
Matty Walker: Matty Walker.
Ned Racine: You all right?
Matty Walker: Yes, I'm fine. My temperature runs a couple of degrees high, around 100. I don't mind. it's the engine or something.
Ned Racine: Maybe you need a tune-up.
Matty Walker: Don't tell me. You have just the right tool.
Ned Racine: I don't talk like that.
Matty Walker: How did you find me, Ned?
Ned Racine: This is the only joint in Pinehaven.
Matty Walker: You shouldn't have come. You're going to be disappointed.
Matty Walker: Thank you. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have let you come.
Ned Racine: You're not so tough after all.
Matty Walker: No, I'm weak.
Ned Racine: It's so bright.
Matty Walker: Please, Ned! Do it!
Ned Racine: I like this place. It's got a nice feel.
Matty Walker: You were on top.
Ned Racine: Could use a better mattress. See to it, will you?
Matty Walker: Yes, sir.
Ned Racine: Give me a break here. It takes a little while.
Matty Walker: It's your own fault. I never wanted it like this before. It throws everything else out of whack.
Ned Racine: It takes me a good 30 seconds.
Matty Walker: Are you sure? I just want to be sure.
Ned Racine: You all right?
Matty Walker: Don't stop.
Ned Racine: You are killing me. I'm red, I'm sore.
Matty Walker: You're sore? You've got nerve.
Ned Racine: Look at it. It's about to fall off.
Matty Walker: Is there any more ice? I'm burning up. He's coming up tomorrow. I can't stand the thought of him. He's small and mean and weak.
Ned Racine: If you leave him, you'll do all right.
Matty Walker: A divorce?
Ned Racine: Yeah, he's ripe.
Matty Walker: No. I signed a prenuptial agreement.
Ned Racine: What?
Matty Walker: He insisted. He blamed it on his sister, Roz. She hates me, but he wanted it too.
Ned Racine: How is it?
Matty Walker: It's bad. I get some money for a year, not much. That's it. Does it matter, Ned? Tell me the truth, please.
Ned Racine: The truth! I wish you were going to be loaded. Does it matter? No.
Matty Walker: God, you make me happy!
William Hurt as Ned Racine
Picture from Body Heat (1981) movie
Kathleen Turner as Matty Walker