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Andrew Paxton (Character)
from The Proposal (2009/I)

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The Proposal -- A high-powered book editor faces deportation.
The Proposal -- A publishing executive (Bullock) forces her assistant (Reynolds) to marry her so she can avoid deportation back to Canada.
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The Proposal -- A pushy boss (Bullock) forces her young assistant (Reynolds) to marry her in order to keep her Visa status in the U.S. and avoid deportation to Canada.

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  1. The Proposal (2009/I) Played by Ryan Reynolds

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From The Proposal (2009/I)
Margaret Tate: [after giving Andrew instructions on the Alaska weekend] Why aren't you taking notes?
Andrew Paxton: I'm sorry, were you not in that room?
Margaret Tate: What? Oh, oh, the thing you said about being promoted? Genius, genius. He completely fell for it.
Andrew Paxton: I was serious. I'm looking at a 250,000 dollar fine and 5 years in jail, that changes things.
Margaret Tate: Promote you to editor? No way.
Andrew Paxton: Then I quit and you're screwed. Bye bye, Margaret.
Margaret Tate: Andrew! Andrew! Fine! Fine. I'll make you editor, fine. If you do the Alaska weekend and the immigration interview, I'll make you... I'll make you editor. Happy?
Andrew Paxton: Not in two years, right away.
Margaret Tate: Fine.
Andrew Paxton: And you'll publish my manuscript.
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