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SANTANA: It's just money? And I want to see you.
RACHEL: Yes, and you need money to survive. But alright, I won't exactly argue because I miss you. I'll see you soon.

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SANTANA: I can take a cab to you.
RACHEL: I want to see you, but don't want you to spend money.

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SANTANA: Why not tonight?
RACHEL: It's late, I am not walking there and I won't let you pay for a cab either. Let me take you out tomorrow.

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SANTANA: Quick question. Are your legs broken or are mine?
RACHEL: No.

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SANTANA: When are you coming over?
RACHEL: I could stop by tomorrow, if you miss me that much.

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SANTANA: I didn't know if it actually mattered or not. It didn't.
RACHEL: It doesn't. I like you, funny or not.

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SANTANA: What did you win?
RACHEL: The argument. Keep up, Santana. You said you were funny always and I proved you wrong.

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SANTANA: I know when to turn it off.
SANTANA: Right now called for cute.
RACHEL: Then you're not funny /always/. And I win.

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SANTANA: I'm funny all the time.
SANTANA: Of course. I'm smiling right now.
RACHEL: You're not being funny right now.
RACHEL: Cute perhaps, but not funny.

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SANTANA: Not always.
RACHEL: Well, /that/ wouldn't be fun. No one is funny all the time, Santana. That's unrealistic.
RACHEL: But I can make you laugh and smile every now and then, right?