Dexter: Wow! You look incredible.
Emma: Oh... Ooh!
Dexter: Let's see the dress. Is it vintage?
Emma: No, it's brand new.
Dexter: Well, you look great, and I love the shoes.
Emma: Thank you. It's the world's first orthopedic high heel.
Dexter: Look, it's been too long, Em.
Emma: I need to have some fun tonight. Can we have fun, please?
Dexter: God, sorry. Look, I'll be two seconds. It's work.
Suki: I'm naked!
Dexter: Suki, you nutter.
Suki: Where are you, baby?
Dexter: I thought you were supposed to be at the party.
Emma: You do know they damage your brain?
Dexter: They do not damage your brain.
Emma: How can you tell?
Dexter: Ha ha, very funny, Em. I guarantee you, one year, one year, and you'll have one of these.
Emma: You're on. If I ever get a mobile phone, you can buy me dinner.
Dexter: What, again? So, come on. How's the king of comedy?
Emma: Oh, Ian's fine. We both are.
Dexter: Are you still very much in love?
Emma: He can belch the theme to The A-Team. I'm only flesh and blood. I don't know. These days, we don't seem to...
Dexter: And how's the new place? How's that?
Emma: Flat's fine. Well, it's a room and a half in murder mile. And Ian's been talking about painting the same wall for the past six months. But it's got potential. There's a view. The Gasworks. You should come round. How's Suki?
Dexter: Oh, she's fantastic. Yeah, gorgeous. What's great for me is that she really understands the industry. You know, she knows exactly what it's like to be... I was gonna say "famous." God, we hate the word.
Emma: Every time I turn on the telly, she's there in a pink rubber catsuit. She's doing incredibly well.
Dexter: Yeah, yeah. Well, we both are. I've got some really, really exciting stuff coming up. It's all sort of in development. If I told you, I'd have to shoot you.
Emma: Please do.
Dexter: Never mind. Start without me, all right? (Dexter walks toward a blond) Hello.
Waiter: There you are. Enjoy.
Dexter: What are you doing, you silly thing? Well, listen, we'll talk later. Look at this. This looks gorgeous. Are you all right?
Emma: Maybe she could join us?
Dexter: Hey, hey, hey, what's this? I'm here to see you, remember? Right, well, how's the teaching? What?
Emma: If you're not interested, don't ask.
Dexter: I am interested. I just thought you were going to be writing this novel, that's all.
Emma: And I will. But I have to earn a living. More to the point, I enjoy it. I'm a bloody good teacher, Dexter.
Dexter: I'm sure you are. Still, you know what they say?
Emma: No, what do they say?
Dexter: You know, "Those who can..."
Emma: No, I'm sorry. I'm not familiar. Finish the sentence.
Dexter: All right. Well, "Those who can, do, and those who can't, teach."
Emma: And those who can teach say, "Go fuck yourself!"
Dexter: Em! Em, come on. Look, whatever I've done, I'm sorry. You've obviously had a bit too much to drink.
Emma: No, you're drunk! You're drunk! Do you realize that I have literally not seen you sober for three years? Nipping off to the toilet every 10 minutes. Either you're on coke, or you've got dysentery. Either way, it's boring! Banging on about yourself all the time. Well, I wouldn't mind, Dex, but you're a TV presenter, all right? You've not invented penicillin. All you do is stand around shouting, "Make some noise!"
Dexter: Look, I am having fun, that's all. I've been through a lot recently. I might get a bit carried away, but if you wouldn't stop getting at me...
Emma: Am I? I don't mean to, and I... I know that you've been through a lot with your mum and all, I know. But, there are things that I needed to talk to you about. About how I am stuck in this flat with a man that I am not in love with. And if I can't talk to you, then what is the point of you? Of us?
Dexter: What do you mean, "What's the point?"
Emma: I think we've outgrown each other. No, you have outgrown me. You think I'm uncool and dreary.
Dexter: I don't think you're dreary. Em...
Emma: I think if it's over, then we should just face facts. Say goodbye.
Dexter: It sounds like you're dumping me.
Emma: Yeah, maybe I am. You're not who you used to be.
Dexter: Come on, Em. Look, I apologize! Please. Come on. That's it. There.
Emma: I love you, Dexter. So much. I just don't like you anymore. I'm sorry.