Wilson: Well, Jill, unfortunately, everybody, at some time or another, is susceptible to the wiles of the opposite sex.
Jill: Well, I come from the old school of feminism. I don't want to be wily. You know that I wasn't even aware I was flirting with that cop. For all I know, I may have been doing it the whole time in that job interview I had.
Wilson: Well, unfortunately, in many societies, women are at a disadvantage, so that subconsciously, or consciously, they flirt in order to level the playing field.
Jill: In other words, you guys own the stadium, and we're the pom-pom girls.
Wilson: Well, I didn't make the rules. I'm just on the winning team.
Jill: The whole thing stinks.
Wilson: Well, I know who would agree with you. Charlotte Whitten, the Canadian feminist. She said that whatever women do, they have to do twice as well as men in order to be thought half as good.
Jill: I don't mind working twice as hard. It's these stupid games I don't want to have to play. And I'm not gonna let myself do it anymore. You men are so lucky you don't have to do that stuff.
Wilson: Well, sometimes we do it anyway.
Jill: Ah, not you, Wilson.
Wilson: Oh, it's true. Whenever I want that special book from Shirley the librarian, I roguishly flash my baby blues... ...and eloquently quote the Greek philosophers. I disgust myself, but I always get the book.