Prue: Um, I have something to say, okay. I have worked at Bucklands for a year and a half and in that time I have survived take overs, near bankruptcy, and superiors from hell who have tried to kill me. So, whatever it is that you're planning to do or already done, nothing and I mean nothing will surprise me.
Jack: I just need you to sign this. It's the confirmation sheet on the Fugimotto sale.
(He shows her a sheet of paper.)
Prue: You listed me as the sales agent.
Jack: It was your deal wasn't it?
Prue: You covered for me, I'm surprised. So, um, what do you say as a thank you, I take you to dinner?
Jack: But wouldn't that be breaking one of Prue Halliwell's rules of etiquette?
Prue: I've decided that even though mixing business with pleasure can have its very nasty consequences, it can also bear some fruitful rewards.
Jack: Um, so, what's it gonna be? Nasty or fruitful?
Prue: Well, that depends on how you do at dinner.