Jerome Lurie: Ma'am, I don't know how to tell you this.
Anita Crown: Tell me what?
Jerome Lurie: Well, your claim is worthless without your husband alive. See for yourself... second paragraph. Now ma'am, I'm sorry but it's the law. Surely you understand that.
Anita Crown: Yes, I understand that. I was worthless until I married. So now, I guess I'm worthless as a widow. Funny, I had some value as a whore.
Anita Crown: If your laws don't include me, well then, they don't apply to me either.
Anita: We sold our bodies, why couldn't we sell some wood?
Eileen: Lily! Can't you see that I was just trying to get us something passable to eat?
Lilly: Yeah, and I'm Wyatt Earp.
Eileen: Can I have a kiss, Wyatt Earp?
Lilly: Don't you go puckering up to me, Eileen.
Eileen: Oh come on, come on.
Lilly: Are we going to get Eileen out or what?
Cody Zamorra: How?
Lilly: I don't know, but we got you out when they were gonna lynch you.
Cody Zamorra: Well now, that was lucky.
Lilly: Look here, I don't let my friends get hung.