Dick: Who could that be? It's 2:00 in the morning.
Paula: Do burglars knock?
Dick: I don't know. It depends on the way they're brought up.
Angostura: Did we disturb you?
Paula: I think I know somebody who can buy this building.
Dick: No kidding. Who?
Paula: Dick, may I see you for just a minute please?
Dick: Let's go the other way. We're wearing out the rug.
Paula: Harry, you're one of our closest friends. My window's always open to you.
Paula: Well, how 'bout it?
Dick: Not so good.
Paula: We didn't get the building?
Dick: We got the building.
Dick: (to Paula) In the big city, nobody says it's a great deal if it's a great deal. If it's a bad deal they say it's a great deal. If they say it's a great deal then it's not a great deal. Believe me, there's a great deal of difference between a great deal and a great deal.
Paula: Oh, Oscar, how nice to see you.
Oscar: That's what everybody says.
Oscar: How much did you put down or would that be prying?
Dick: That'd by prying.
Janice: I have to go. I have to get to the airport.
Oscar: I'll drive you.
Janice: That's very kind of you but won't it be taking you out of your way?
Oscar: We won't know that 'til later.
The title of this episode is a play on the successful Broadway musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.