"You're not too smart, are you? I like that in a man."
Description: Kathleen Turner as the sultry, blond Matty Walker, a clever con woman who flaunts her sexual wares in front of libidinous Florida lawyer, Ned Racine (William Hurt) in the motion picture Body Heat (1981).
Coming on to the beautiful Matty, Ned asks, “What do you like? Lazy, Ugly. Horny. I got them all.” Mattie cooly replies, “You don’t look lazy.” Soon, the two begin a steamy romp under the sheets, and Matty convinces Ned to kill her wealthy but abusive husband (Richard Crenna).
In the end, Ned gets framed for murder while Matty sits on a tropical isle sipping cool drinks and laughing her ass off at the stupidity of men (well, at least Ned).
Note: In the motion picture Fatal Instinct (1993), Sean Young as Lola Cain says, "You really are incredibly stupid, aren't you? I like that in a man" to Ned Ravine (Armand Assante).
In the motion picture It’s My Party (1996), Bronson Pinchot as a gay man named Monty says, “You’re not too bright. I like that in a man.”
In the motion picture Shall We Dance (1937), Ketti Gallian as Lady Denie Tarrinton and Ginger Rogers as Linda Keene say, "You know, you’re a lot more intelligent than you look. Thank you. I wish I could say the same for you."