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Danny: Sir, I love your daughter and I want to marry her. That’s why I’m calling.
Jack: First of all, Danny, the truth is this is just a courtesy call. Like when you say to your neighbor, “We’re having a loud party on Saturday night if that’s all right with you.” What you really mean is, “We’re having a loud party on Saturday night.”
Danny: Mr. Bristow –
Jack: Sydney doesn’t give a damn what my opinion is. What interests me is that you do.
Danny: It’s just a custom to call the father, that’s all this is.
Jack: Well, then, I’ll tell you what. I may become your father-in-law, that’s just fine. But I will not be used as part of a charming little anecdote you tell your friends at cocktail parties so they can see what a quaint, old-fashioned guy Danny really is. Are we clear?
Danny: Yes, sir.
Jack: Good. Then welcome to the family.

Vaughn: Give them the correct number, Sydney! And that’s an order.
Sydney: An order? We need to have a long talk when I get back to Los Angeles.

Sydney: Who are you to come to me and act like a father? If you want to help me, stay away from me.

Francie: Okay, so I’m in my Operations and Technology Management class, and I realize two things. One, I prepared the wrong chapter.
Sydney: No!
Francie: I don’t want to talk about it. And two, you and I are going to have a Halloween party.

Dixon: If there’s one rule you don’t break, that’s the rule you don’t break.