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Dan: I’ll tell you what else. I’m starting to get a little cheesed at people telling me the reason I don’t like soccer is that I don’t understand it. I think I do understand it. I think I understand it just fine. I just happen to think it’s a mind-numbing bore, and that any reasonable person would rather be playing it than watching it.
Casey: Well, I know it doesn’t match the pulse-pounding excitement of a good sailboat race.
The Hungry and the Hunted (season 1, episode 3)
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Dan: You’re gonna need to get someone to fix my computer.
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Dan: I want to grow a goatee.
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Dan: A little less than I did before the Colonel Sanders thing.
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