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Melanie 'Mel' Porter (Character)
from Passport to Paris (1999) (V)
Grandpa 'Ambassador' Edward: [after Ally and Melanie have been arrested] Allyson, Melanine. I am very disappointed in you. As the United States Ambassador of France I cannot have my two granddaughters being hauled into Peace Headquarters, and gallivanting around with two delinquent little French boys.
Melanie 'Mel' Porter: But Grandpa, you don't even know them!
Jeremy Bluff: Sir, if I may say one thing.
Grandpa 'Ambassador' Edward: I will deal with you later.
Jeremy Bluff: No, sir. No sir, you will deal with me now. Ally and Melanie came to France to have a terrific time, and they met two boys, who introduced them to the wild and crazy side of Paris, that you once knew yourself, Edward. Ally and Melanie are two great kids, they are bright and full of life. You would know that too, sir, if you would only spend time with them.
Grandpa 'Ambassador' Edward: You are very close to employment termination, young man.
Jeremy Bluff: Well, sir, I'm about to get even closer. A week ago, I gave you my position on the Water treaty. You have yet to read it. I used to think that if I stayed around long enough, that you would listen to me. But I see now that my contribution has fallen on deaf ears. So, Mr. Ambassador, with all due respect. I quit.
Allyson 'Ally' Porter: What? Jeremy, you can't!
Melanie 'Mel' Porter: Not because of us!
Jeremy Bluff: No, no. I need to thank you. For giving me the courage to do what I should have done a long time ago.
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