Alejandro Rey: Spiro
[Cherry and Spiro express that Sherman should be in the movies]
Cherry : You know, you really got a cute kid there. Have you ever thought about putting him in the movies? I mean, I know a really sweet agent.
Raquel Putterman : Oh, God no. Sherman's much too neurotic to be an actor.
Stanley Putterman : Yeah, the only thing the kid is interested in is being a soldier.
Spiro : Ahh, such a manly pursuit - raping and pillaging and creating life, but taking it away. Like the gods of the ancient Greeks.
[Raquel and Spiro decide to make drinks together]
Raquel Putterman : Spiro, why don't you come and out me make the drinks?
Spiro : Excellent idea. I make a wonderful Margarita. Very unusual.
Stanley Putterman : Go for it!
Spiro : [to Raquel] Raquel, do you have Ouzo?
Raquel Putterman : Uh, no, I don't even know what it is.
Spiro : Too bad. I make a delicious Ouzo Margarita!
[Spiro asks Raquel if Stanley is a manly man]
Spiro : So tell me, Raquel, is Stanley a manly man?
Raquel Putterman : [Raquel smiles] Oh, God, yes. A real stallion.
Spiro : No, what I mean is does Stanley take it like a man?
Raquel Putterman : Oh, yeah. I guess so.
Spiro : [Spiro smiles] I thought so.
Raquel Putterman : And what about you, Spiro? Are you a really manly man?
Spiro : [Spiro smiles big] Oh, yes, indeed. Spiro Xeros is the manliest of men.
[Spiro tells Raquel he likes boys]
Spiro : Well, I'm Greek you know.
Raquel Putterman : Oh, of course, you're Greek. It said so in the classifieds. Oh, don't worry. We're not prejudice.
Spiro : No, no, no. You don't understand. I am into Greek. I am into Greek culture. I like boys.
Spiro : [Raquel in shock, as Spiro smiles bigger] Stanley is such a manly man.