Maple: Hilary's affair is not really a romance.
Betty: But even if you're right, are we right? Do any of us have the right to meddle in her personal life?
Scott: Sure, why not?
Mackie: I gotta admit, he's got a good point.
Scott: Listen, I never thought I'd hear myself say this, but right now Hilary is vulnerable. Emotionally she's like a sitting duck in Peking, (eyes get a faraway look as he gets involved with his metaphor) ready to be broiled to a golden crisp, served with scallions and plum sauce, all rolled up in a Chinese pancake.
Mackie: Look, why don't we all order a dish and then we'll share?