Steve Rogers: Where am I really?
Agent: I'm afraid I don't understand.
Steve Rogers: The game. It's from May 1941. I know, 'cause I was there. Now, I'm going to ask you again. Where am I?
Steve Rogers: I'm gonna need a rain check on that dance.
Peggy Carter: All right. A week, next Saturday, at the Stork Club.
Steve Rogers: You got it.
Peggy Carter: 8:00 on the dot. Don't you dare be late. Understood?
Steve Rogers: You know, I still don't know how to dance.
Peggy Carter: I'll show you how. Just be there.
Steve Rogers: We'll have the band play something slow. I'd hate to step on your...
(Connection is lost...)
Peggy Carter: Steve? Steve? Steve?
Steve Rogers: Dr. Erskine said that the serum wouldn't just affect my muscles, it would affect my cells. Create a protective system of regeneration and healing. Which means I can't get drunk. Did you know that?
Peggy Carter: Your metabolism burns four times faster than the average person. He thought it could be one of the side effects.
President: I am honored to present this medal for valor to my personal friend, Captain America! Captain America! Captain, that's your cue!
(One of the employees comes out and whispers to president...)
The Watcher Informant: I thought he'd be taller.
(Dernier gets a holf of hydra weapon...)
Jim Morita (to Dernier): You know how to use that thing? (Dernier preses the trigger and blows up a wall) Okay.
Gabe Jones: Wait. You know what you're doing?
Steve Rogers: Yeah. I've knocked out Adolf Hitler over 200 times.
Gabe Jones: Who are you supposed to be?
Steve Rogers: I'm... Captain America.
Falsworth: I beg your pardon?
Steve Rogers: Who the hell are you?
Hydra operative: The first of many. Cut off one head, two more shall take its place. Hail Hydra.
Steve Rogers: I just don't know why you'd want to join the Army if you were a beautiful dame. Or a... A woman. An agent. Not a dame. You are beautiful, but...
Peggy Carter: You have no idea how to talk to a woman, do you?
Steve Rogers: I think this is the longest conversation I've had with one. Women aren't exactly lining up to dance with a guy they might step on.
Peggy Carter: You must have danced.
Steve Rogers: Well, asking a woman to dance always seemed so terrifying. And the past few years, it just didn't seem to matter that much. I figured I'd wait.
Peggy Carter: For what?
Steve Rogers: The right partner.
Steve Rogers: To the little guys.
Abraham Erskine: No, no. Wait, wait. What I am doing? No, you have procedure tomorrow. No fluids.
Steve Rogers: All right. We'll drink it after.
(Dr. Erskine pours Steve's glass into his)
Abraham Erskine: No, I don't have procedure tomorrow. Drink it after? I drink it now.