Colonel Slade: What's the matter with you?
Charlie: With me?
Colonel Slade: Yeah. The car feels heavy. You know why? You got the fucking weight of the world on your shoulders.
Charlie: (sighing) I got a little problem at school. That's all.
Colonel Slade: Spit it out!
Charlie: It's not a big deal, all right? Let'... where are we going, we' re going to the Oak Room or something?
Colonel Slade: If it's not a big deal, why did you say "real important stuff"? What are you doing, banging the dean's daughter? Hah!
Charlie: No, I'm just in a little trouble.
Colonel Slade: What kind of trouble?
Charlie: I saw some guys doing something.
Colonel Slade: To tell or not to tell, or it's your ass. Hmm?
Charlie: How'd you know that?
Colonel Slade: I'm a wizard! Give me the details. Come on.
Charlie: (sighing) There's this guy at school named Harry. He's this real rich kid. And he likes to run the show.
Colonel Slade: Who else?
Charlie: There's another guy, George, but George didn't do anything. George and I saw Harry and his buddies doing something.
Colonel Slade: Now , the folks at Baird. They know you and George can identify the guilty parties?
Charlie: Yeah, they think we can.
Colonel Slade: George is a friend of yours.
Charlie: He's not a friend , but he's all right.
Colonel Slade: You trust him?
Charlie: Yeah, I guess so.
Colonel Slade: He's on scholarship too?
Charlie: No, why?
Colonel Slade: We got George, we got Harry, we got trouble. They're rich, you're poor. You wanna get rich. You wanna graduate Baird，and become a rich, big shot-like them. Am I right?
Charlie: No, it's not that way at all.
Colonel Slade: Okay, Charlie!
Driver: Here we are, gentlemen. The Oak Room!
Colonel Slade: The Oak Room! (entering the Oak Room) (to the waiter) Bring us a menu and double Jack Daniels on the rocks. Charlie, sit down here.
Waiter: (helping Charlie put on a business suit) Uh, perhaps you'll feel more comfortable in this, sir.
Colonel Slade: (whistling) You look great!
Charlie: (to the waiter who gives him the menu) Thank you.
Colonel Slade: Here we are, Charlie. The Oak Room. Now, read me the bill of fare.
Charlie: Uh, let me see. You got the Oak Room Burger and fries for $24.
Colonel Slade: Where's the booze? Flowing like mude around here.
Charlie: A $24 hamburger? W... what's the story?
Colonel Slade: What story?
Charlie: Are you a rich miser or something?
Colonel Slade: Hah! No, I'm just your average blind man.
Charlie: Your average blind man. How do you plan on paying for all this stuff?
Colonel Slade: Crisp, clean dollars... American. I saved up my disability checks.
Charlie: How much did you save, I mean, we flew first class, we're at the Waldorf-Astoria, a $24 hamburger restaurant.
Colonel Slade: All part of a plan, Charlie.
Charlie: You wanna let me in on it?
Colonel Slade: Why should I? You' re not interested. You don't give a shit! You're leaving on that last shuttle out of La Guardia. (pretending to look at a watch on his wrist) Hmm? Ooh! You got 15 minutes, son. I don't think you're gonna make it, unless the Oak Room keeps some complimentary helicopter on the roof. No, sir. No! You're here till tomorrow.
中校：干嘛告诉你?你又不关心。你根本就他妈的不在乎 。再说你一会儿就妥坐末班机走了。(假装看手表)喔!只剩 15分钟，我想你赶不上飞机了。除非橡树厅屋顶上有直升机。不，先生，不! 你今天走不了了。
Charlie: You said the last shuttle leaves at 22:00 hours. That's 10 o'clock, right?
Colonel Slade: Last I heard, yeah.
Charlie: It's 8:30.
Colonel Slade: I lied. It leaves at 9:00.
Charlie: It leaves at 9:00?
Colonel Slade: Calm down, calm down. Ahh! The truth is, Charlie, I need a guide dog to help me execute my plan.
Charlie: What plan?
Colonel Slade: You have a right to know. It' s not really a plan, Charlie. It's sort of a... more like a tour. A little tour of pleasures. Stay in the first-class hotel, eat an agreeable meal, drink a nice glass of wine, see my big brother. Nothing like family, you know. And then, make love to a terrific woman. After that...
Colonel Slade: I'm gonna lie down on my big beautiful bed at the Waldorf and blow my brain out.