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: [on the phone
] Let me get this straight. He offered you a million dollars for a night with your wife? As in *your* wife Diana? And you agreed to it? I don't know what to say. How could you do something like that? *How could you negotiate without me?* Never negotiate without your lawyer. Never! For a woman like Diana I could have gotten you at least two million. Obviously, you don't want to get screwed, and then... screwed!
: OK, David, before we go any further, let's get the moral issue out of the way. David
: Leave that to us. Jeremy
: No, I was referring to my fee. I get five percent.
: [reading through the contract drawn up by Jeremy
] Do you want to elaborate on the "Verification" clause? Jeremy
: Verification? That means you pay even if the relationship isn't consummated. John
: You mean if I'm impotent? Jeremy
: It's important for a lawyer to cover contingencies. John
: I can live with that. The "John Garfield Clause"? Jeremy
: That's if you die in the act. John
: I have no problem with that either. Could I have your pen?
: You're pretty good, you know. Jeremy
: Thank you. John
: You should come and work for me. Jeremy
: For a million bucks *I'd* sleep with him.
[David glares at him
: ... Maybe not.
: Davy, she says she doesn't want the money. David
: Well, I don't want the money either. Jeremy
: ...I'll take it. I mean, nobody else wants it.
: [to his class
] Even a common ordinary brick wants to be something more than it is - wants to be something better than it is. And that is what we must be... See you on Friday. Jeremy
: A brick wants to be something, huh? I bet it doesn't want to be a lawyer.