Searching bareheaded in the rain, /
For a midwinter daisy /
Seems kind of crazy to do, /
But come along, my barefoot love /
To the fields that shine with spring.
CORIE: You have absolutely no sense of the ridiculous.
Jane Fonda as CORIE: Like last Thursday night, you wouldn't walk barefoot with me in Washington Square Park.
Robert Redford as PAUL BRATTER: Simple answer, it was 17 degrees.
CORIE: Exactly. It's very logical, it's very sensible, and it's no fun.
CORIE: Just now. It's suddenly become very clear to me that you and I have absolutely nothing in common.
PAUL BRATTER: Because I won't go walking barefoot in the park?
CORIE: Is a lousy, stinking drunk, and I love him.
PAUL BRATTER: I love you, too, Corie.
PAUL BRATTER: Corie, it's the Plaza.
CORIE BRATTER: Wait a minute. I'm not finished.
PAUL: Corie, the man is waiting.
CORIE: Give him a big tip. Paul, tell me you're not sorry we got married.
PAUL BRATTER: After 40 minutes? Let's give it a couple of hours first.
CORIE: If the honeymoon doesn't work out, let's not get divorced. Let's kill each other.
PAUL BRATTER: Let's have a maid do it. I hear the service here's wonderful.