Helen of Troy: Well shall I jump to my feet and embrace you to my bosom.
Mr. Roarke: My dear Helen of Troy, just seeing you satisfies my appetite for normal pleasures.
Helen of Troy: Then you can't be very hungry. How long has it been, a few hundrew years, more or less?
Mr. Roarke: Only that, it seemed like a thousand.
Helen of Troy: Do you remember where?
Mr. Roarke: Yes, the empress lent us her house, outside Jumar. We both have our duties, which is why I'm here.
Helen of Troy: What! Work! You just snap your fingers whenever you need me, expect me to come to your aid!
Mr. Roarke: There is a young lady a Miss Nancy Harvester, there are great difficulties with her family, my dear Helen, the child has never lived. And if we do not help her, she may never know what it is to be a woman.
Helen of Troy: No experiences at all.
Mr. Roarke: None.
Helen of Troy: Are there really some left like that.
Mr. Roarke: At least one.
Helen of Troy: Grant me a wish if I help you.
Mr. Roarke: If it is within my power.
Helen of Troy: Oh it is, now take me to your young lady and I shall transform her into a brilliantly, charming, incontrol winner overnight.
Mr. Roarke: Lady Helen, I caution you please, your power can sow havoc, we don't want to destroy this child.
Helen of Troy: Flatterer. Okay just a touch of class for the young lady.
Mr. Roarke: If you only remember your goal is simply to get her caught up with living. No more.
Helen of Troy: Don't you trust me?
Paco's voice was (poorly) dubbed over during post production.