David Klein: I can be talked out of anything but sex.
Thumper Klein: Why don't you two just get married right now? You already argue like an old married couple. Susan Crawford: We don't argue that much. Thumper Klein: Are you kidding? Matt never argued with Yancy this much, and he's getting divorced. Matt Brewer: No, but I was filled with quiet loathing and rage. David Klein: So was Yancy; I thought you looked for that in a woman. Matt Brewer: I do. I can't imagine a relationship without hostility and spite.
David Klein: Everything about a relationship changes when you're thinking about marriage. Susan Crawford: I became much more aware of all of David's little flaws, like the way he doesn't put anything back where it belongs... David Klein: The way she compulsively neatens things... Susan Crawford: The way he just withdraws when he doesn't feel like dealing... David Klein: The way she insists on meddling in other people's love lives... Susan Crawford: The way he thinks all our problems can be solved by having sex. David Klein: That is not my fault. That is hardwired. Susan Crawford: That stupid ring was making me crazy! Matt Brewer: That ring was like the Maltese Falcon: it brought them nothing but grief.
David Klein: It's not a good sign when all your sex is "make-up sex."
David Klein: I love you. Susan Crawford: You do? Even when I'm a bossy, whiny pain-in-the-ass who drags you to apartments you can't afford and basically makes your life a living hell? David Klein: Okay, you're right, I hate you. Susan Crawford: I hate you too.
Susan Crawford: We certainly were not ready to get married. David Klein: What makes anybody think they're ready to get married? Thumper Klein: Alcohol's probably a big factor.
David Klein: Susan was right; I was afraid of commitment. Thumper Klein: Ooh, I hate that phrase. I hear it so often.