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Margaret Tate (Character)
from The Proposal (2009/I)

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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 Sandra Bullock

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From The Proposal (2009/I)
Margaret Tate: Who is Jillian? And why does she want me to call her?
[shows Andrew the phone in the coffee cup]
Andrew Paxton: Well, that was originally my cup.
Margaret Tate: And I'm drinking your coffee why?
Andrew Paxton: Because your coffee spilled.
Margaret Tate: [tastes coffee] So you drink unsweetened cinammom light soy lattes.
Andrew Paxton: I do. It's like Christmas in a cup.
Margaret Tate: Is that a coincidence?
Andrew Paxton: Incredibly, it is. I mean, I wouldn't possibly drink the same coffee that you drink just in case yours spilled, that would be pathetic.
[phone rings]
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