The Goodbye Girl (1977)
Robert Costanzo: Liquor Store Salesman
Elliot Garfield : Haven't we met? In our apartment?
Paula McFadden : Please, I enjoy shopping. Don't ruin this for me too.
Elliot Garfield : Relax. We don't have to fight until we get home. We need soap, Darling.
Paula McFadden : Not in my bathroom we don't.
Elliot Garfield : This is silly. If you get what you need and I get what I need we're going to blow a lot of bread getting the same things. Including bread. Why don't we have one shopping list and split the bill?
Paula McFadden : On what items?
Elliot Garfield : Food! Bathroom and kitchen cleansers. Everything. Except male and female do-dads. In that area you go your way and I'll go mine.
Paula McFadden : We split everything?
Elliot Garfield : Everything. I'll pay my full one third share.
Paula McFadden : One third?
Elliot Garfield : I am not the one with the daughter.
Paula McFadden : What's the matter? Didn't Lady Anne wash her hands the other night?
Elliot Garfield : Quick. Quick. I like a quick girl. Okay, right down the middle.
Paula McFadden : Okay.
Elliot Garfield : Hold it. Hold it. I'll take that.
Elliot Garfield : [Walking down the street] This is a good idea sharing expenses like this. By the way, I need shoes next week. A little Chianti? Can't have spaghetti marinaro without a little vino.
Paula McFadden : Not on my budget.
Elliot Garfield : Hey, hey, no. I'll blow for the booze, eh? Short of stature but not tight of pocket.
Liquor Store Salesman : Can I help you?
Elliot Garfield : Yes. A bottle of your finest, cheap Chianti, please.
Liquor Store Salesman : I've got a nice California red for a dollar eighty.
Elliot Garfield : Dollar eighty. Nothing from Kansas?
Liquor Store Salesman : Comedian. Seriously. This is a good wine.
Elliot Garfield : Okay. It goes good with spaghetti, right?
Liquor Store Salesman : Perfect with spaghetti.