Annie: The police... the police, the police aren't interested in anything unless it has a hole in the center and it's covered with powdered sugar.
Annie: Why are you doing this?
Ray: Because it's important.
Annie: To me.
Ray: To the both of us. It's something I can do something about. It's something I can understand.
Ray: I always say if you're going to be an environmentalist, a few million dollars doesn't hurt.
Karen: I've got a masters in marine biology. I was never a cheerleader. I worked eight years to get through school. I just think there's a lot more to me than three feet of leg and thigh.
Ray: (kissing her) That was for the masters' degree, I just couldn't resist.
Ray: I never make promises I'm not sure I can keep.
Karen: Since when are you so concerned about wrong and right?
Ray: Now there you go again, misjudging the men in your life.
Below the Line (Music: Mike Post; Lyrics: Stephen Geyer)