Steve: So, tell me about your day, how’s it going with the particle detector?
Tony: Wow, you remember that?
Steve: Yeah, I listen to what you say. You’re building a particle detector using superfluid helium.
Tony: You know, when you talk like that, I want to take you right here on this table.
Steve: And you know from past experience this table cannot support both our weight. So, how’s the detector going?
Steve: “Dear Pepper, thank you so much for the lovely place setting. If my handwriting looks strained, that is because this is the 16th thank you card Steve has forced me to write. The muscles in my wrist are cramping as I struggle to finish this sentence. Ow, ow, oh, the pain. Love, Tony.”
Tony: Fine. “And Steve.” Ow.
Steve: [about getting back with Tony] I’ll give it a shot.
Rhodey: Thank you. Now I’m going to do something here to help you along.
Just don’t panic. Now, get your sorry, lying ass out of my face and make sure I never see it again!
Oh, the reverse psychology thing. I see. That’s very clever.
Don’t yap. Just get out.
I’ll friend you on Facebook.
Stephen: That’s great… That’s great! I’ll propose to Tony!
Stephen: Well, I was probably going to do it at some point.
Rhodey: I didn’t mean now…
Stephen: Why not? It’s brilliant! [talking to an imaginary Steve] Goodbye Steve, we’ll see you at the wedding, fella! …well, we probably won’t invite you to the wedding… [to Rhodey] Thank you, Rhodes. Sincerely.
Rhodey: Cats, Tony. You’re clearly upset about Steve being gone, and you’re trying to replace him with a bunch of cats.
A group of cats is a clowder. Or a glaring.
Okay, yeah, fine.
Steve: Have you been up all night?
Tony: Is it morning?
Tony: Then I’ve been up all night.
Steve: We brought snacks for movie night.
Oh, great. I don’t suppose you also brought napkins, clean bowls, utensils and a roll of toilet paper.
Steve: Right here.
Ah, you guys are the best.
Natasha: What were you doing at Tony’s?
Steve: Well, we had dinner, played some games, and then I spent the night. Oh, you’ll be happy to know that I now have a much better understanding of “friends with benefits.”
Clint: What do you say, Tony?
Tony: I say, Vegas, baby!
Natasha: What are you gonna tell Steve?
Tony: Sea World, baby!
Steve: Okay, so does everyone know what they’re doing?
Tony: Are you talking about the run through or in general?
Steve: The run through.
Tony: [sighs in relief]