Sunny Davis: I'm not yelling, I'm just speaking distinctly!
Vice President Merck: Sunny, what are your plans?
Sunny Davis: I don't have any. I mean, well, I have a job at the Safari club and Lou, well, he's my boss and he's really a nice guy and everything, but business hasn't been so hot and I was kind of hoping for an advancement, you know, but the problem is that Lou's aunt works the cash register and his sister's the hostess so I'm just gonna have to wait around until one of 'em quits or drops dead. I guess you know what that's like, hmm?
Vice President Merck: Hmm!
Sunny Davis: This is absolutely the best place to go if you're ever shot in the ass.
Man: What the hell is this place?
Policeman: Must be one of those gay, Arab, biker, sushi bars.
Sunny Davis: [referring to the government people she's working with] They talk funny.
Jerry: Funny how?
Sunny Davis: I don't know, they sound like they're saying things that they're not really saying, but I can't figure out what the hell it is.
Sunny Davis: Jerry, tell me the truth. Am I one of those "Oh, yeah, she's really a lot of fun and she's got a great sense of humor but she's not very bright" kind of people?
Jerry: Come on, Sunny, don't be ridiculous. You're a *very* bright kind of people.
Senator Norris: Sunny, the purpose of this hearing is to find out who was responsible. If you give us a name...
Sunny Davis: No, sir, I'm sorry, I can't do that.
Senator Norris: You can't... Why not?
Sunny Davis: Because *I'm* responsible.
[crowd starts to murmur loudly]
Sunny Davis: [continues] Do you know what my dad says? He says that if you let a guy sell you a diamond ring for only ten cents, the chances are you own a diamond ring not worth a dime. Well, I bought the whole mine. I thought I was getting a free ride - or at least a real cheap one. And I really have to thank them for that. I mean the people who sold it to me, I mean.