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.
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.