Carl Bernstein, left, and Robert Woodward, who pressed the Watergate investigation, in Washington, D.C., May 7, 1973. It was announced that The Post won the Pulitzer Prize for public service for its stories about the Watergate scandal. Photo credit: AP Photo

Carl Bernstein: Bradlee didn't have a thing about Teddy Kennedy 'cause I've heard Bradlee say that Teddy's problem is he can't keep his cock in his pants, and remarks like that.

Bob Woodward: Is this OK for the tapes?

Alan Pakula: It's OK. This is just for me.

Woodward: Wait 'til it gets subpoenaed!

Pakula: I ought to get a shredder for my office.

Woodward: Erase . . . what's your secretary's name, Rosemary . . . We beat that to death.

Pakula: Let's save all that for the sequel.

Woodward: The sequel?

Pakula: The second picture we'll make.