Natasha Romanoff: Well done with the new chest piece. I am reading significantly higher output and your vitals all look promising.
Tony Stark: Yes, for the moment, I'm not dying. Thank you.
Pepper Potts: What do you mean you're not dying? Did you just say you're dying?
Tony Stark: Is that you? No, I'm not. Not any more.
Pepper Potts: What's going on?
Tony Stark: I was going to tell you. I didn't want to alarm you.
Pepper Potts: You were gonna tell me? You really were dying?
Tony Stark: You didn't let me.
Pepper Potts: Why didn't you tell me that?
Tony Stark: I was gonna make you an omelette and tell you.
Natasha Romanoff: Hey, hey. Save it for the honeymoon.
Tony Stark: Boy, you're good. You are mind-blowingly duplicitous. How do you do it? You just tear things... You're a triple impostor. I've never seen anything like you. Is there anything real about you? Do you even speak Latin?
(Natasha says something in Latin)
Tony Stark: Which means? Wait. What? What did you just say?
Natasha Romanoff: It means you can either drive yourself home or I can have you collected.
Tony Stark: You're good.
Natasha Romanoff: You're not going to put me in a prison. You're not going to put any of us in a prison. You know why?
Member of the Congress: Do enlighten us.
Natasha Romanoff: Because you need us. Yes, the world is a vulnerable place, and yes, we help make it that way. But we're also the ones best qualified to defend it. So, if you want to arrest me, arrest me. You'll know where to find me.
Natasha Romanoff: All right, I have a question for you, which you do not have to answer. I feel like, if you don't answer it though, you're kind of answering it, you know.
Steve Rogers: What?
Natasha Romanoff: Was that your first kiss since 1945?
Steve Rogers: That bad, huh?
Natasha Romanoff: I didn't say that.
Steve Rogers: Well, it kind of sounds like that's what you're saying.
Natasha Romanoff: No, I didn't. I just wondered how much practice you've had.
Steve Rogers: You don't need practice.
Natasha Romanoff: Everybody needs practice.
Steve Rogers: It was not my first kiss since 1945. I'm 95, I'm not dead.
(Hydra operatives are getting close...)
Natasha Romanoff: Kiss me.
Steve Rogers: What?
Natasha Romanoff: Public displays of affection make people very uncomfortable.
Steve Rogers: Yes, they do.
(Natasha kisses Steve...)
Natasha Romanoff: You still uncomfortable?
Steve Rogers: It's not exactly the word I would use.