Chief Inspector Japp: We're doing our own little test right now. Down at the mortuary. Perhaps you'd rather wait in the taxi, Miss Lemon.
Miss Lemon: No, thank you. I did help in the hospital morgue during the war.
Hercule Poirot: More filing, Miss Lemon?
Miss Lemon: Mister Poirot!
Hercule Poirot: That is enough! The office of Poirot is closed for business. Miss Lemon, cover up your typewriter. Good day to you, Chief Inspector Japp.
Hercule Poirot: And, Hastings. will you please go home and nurse your unfortunate affliction.
Chief Inspector Japp: [to his men] D'you hear that? If there wasn't a lady present, your ears would be burning so much they'd boil what's left of your brains.
Hercule Poirot: There is a mouse in this hole, Miss Lemon. What must the cat do now?
Miss Lemon: I'm sure I don't know what that means, Mr. Poirot.