(Mark and April speeding towards earth, sharing a parachute.)
Mark: Look, if you don't like my driving then why don't you get out and walk?
(He mocks losing grip of her.)
April: Mark! What, don't I mean anything to you anymore? After all the things we've been through together.
Nur: You don't want to be loved by the shining sun of the sky?
April: Oh well, I never really thought of it that way; but no.
Nur: Is this true?
April: Absolutely, scout's honor.
Nur: It is hard to believe.
April: Well, we've always been a non-conformist family.
April: (waving a vase defensively at the hareem) I learned how to take a bath by myself when I was three and I don't need any help from anybody.
April: Just what is exactly out of order?
Madame: Alas, all.
(Madame gestures for servants to come)
Madame: Infidel; the purifying and the washing; what a task. And then what have we got? A scraggly infidel.
(The servants begin removing April's coat. April shrieks like a parrot at them.)
April: Get your hands off the coat.
(Talking about April)
Hydari: This girl I would like to steal; she would look so good in my hareem.
Aprl: Did you come all the way to the airport to meet little old me?
Mark: No, I came all the way to the airport to get a sandwich.
April: How gallant.