Doyle Gipson
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Doyle Gipson (Character)
from Changing Lanes (2002)

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Changing Lanes (2002)
Doyle Gipson: Money. You... you think I want money? What I want is my morning back. I need you to give my time back to me. Can you give me back my time? Can you give my time back to me? Huh? Can you?

Doyle Gipson: Come on, man, don't leave me out here like this.
Gavin Banek: Sorry, better luck next time.

Sponsor: What happened in court today?
Doyle Gipson: I'm in a bar. What does that tell you?
Sponsor: It tells me that you're really angry. And that anger has gotten you into the one place in the world you shouldn't be.

Carlyle: You hit me!
Doyle Gipson: I'll hit you again! You like it?

Doyle Gipson: I hope you don't mind, but I was intrigued by your conversation. I just thought you were in advertising. So I want to give you my dream version of a Tiger Woods commercial, okay? There's this black guy on a golf course. And all these people are trying to get him to caddy for them, but he's not a caddy. He's just a guy trying to play a round of golf. And these guys give him a five-dollar bill and tell him to go the clubhouse and get them cigarettes and beer. So, off he goes, home, to his wife and to their little son, who he teaches to play golf. You see all the other little boys playing hopscotch while little Tiger practices on the putting green. You see all the other kids eating ice cream while Tiger practices hitting long balls in the rain while his father shows him how. And we fade up, to Tiger, winning four Grand Slams in a row, and becoming the greatest golfer to ever pick up a 9-iron. And we end on his father in the crowd, on the sidelines, and Tiger giving him the trophies. All because of a father's determination that no fat white man - like your fathers, probably - would ever send his son to the clubhouse for cigarettes and beer.

[first lines]
Doyle Gipson: Think I'll make this the boys' room.

Doyle Gipson: I wasn't bankrupt yesterday and I'm not bankrupt today!
Ron Cabot: I'm sorry, Mr. Gipson. The computer says you are.
[Doyle takes the computer monitor from the desk and smashes it]
Doyle Gipson: Now it doesn't!