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: So... Not bad, eh? D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: Oh, not bad. Charles Craft
: [proposed a toast
] To you. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: To you. You're the one making the big move. Charles Craft
: To the quality of life, then. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: I'll toast to that.
[Toast to drink champagne
] Charles Craft
: You remember we were in law school, we always said we'd open a practice together and change the world? D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: And instead you married Terry, moved to New York, had 2.6 kids, and made a fortune in business law. Charles Craft
: Yes, hated every minute of it. We're Californians, Grace. The quality of life in New York, money notwithstanding, it's not what I wanted for my family. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: Well, I toast your courage, Charlie. It takes a lot of guys to start over. Charles Craft
: I didn't see as if I had any choice. 14-hour days, 7 days a week, no time for my kids, fighting with Terry what little time I spent at home. I was running myself right out of a marriage and right into a nervous breakdown. They don't teach us how to handle that in law school. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: No, they sure don't. Charles Craft
: Anyway, I got to tell you... You look terrific. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: I feel like I'm about 80 years old. You think the jungles of New York are a bitch, you should tried a couple years in the D.A.'s office. Charles Craft
: Follow me.
: [Grace sees what's new
] You like? D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: It's beautiful. Charles Craft
: It's got your name on the door. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: What? Charles Craft
: I'm dead serious. You've always had integrity, you work harder than anyone I've ever met. You're a terrific litgator. Which is exactly what I need to complement my strengths.Well... What do you say? D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: Um... I don't know. Charles Craft
: No more downtown traffic jams. No more crowded elevators. You keep your own hours. Starting salary... 1 1/4.
] Charles Craft
: Exclusive of benefits and bonuses. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: Charlie, Charlie, it - it is incredibly attractive and flattering. I'm just don't think it's realistic. Charles Craft
: Why not? D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: I don't know. It just isn't. Charles Craft
: You mean you can't see yourself in ground-floor office suite with a patio, making some real money for a change, being a full partner... having a little quality of life? D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: I just - I don't know what to say. Charles Craft
: Say you'll think very seriously about it. D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
: Okay. Uh... yes, I will. Charles Craft
: Here's to the future.
[Toast to the future