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: [Sam and Tess are both mildly drunk. Tess's head is resting on Sam
] There's something I have to get off my chest... Tess Harding
: [starts to get up
] I'm too heavy... Sam Craig
] No. I love you. Tess Harding
: You do? Sam Craig
: Positive. Tess Harding
] That's nice. Even when I'm sober? Sam Craig
: Even when you're brilliant.
: [In the stands at the ballpark, observing the large crowd in attendance
] Are all these people unemployed? Sam Craig
: No, they're all attending their grandmother's funeral.
: [attending a baseball game
] You mean our paper sends two people to cover the game? Phil Whittaker
: No, I cover the game, he just kicks it around in his column. Tess Harding
: We've got only one man at Vichy... Sam Craig
: Vichy, are they still in the league?
: Sam, why can't we sit down like adults and patch this thing up? Sam Craig
: I'm afraid that might become a habit. Then we'd wind up with a patchwork quilt for a marriage.
: I'm going to be you wife. You don't think that I can do the little ordinary things that any idiot can do, do you? Sam Craig
: No. Tess Harding
: Why not? Sam Craig
: Because you're incapable of doing them, that's why. You can't expect Seabiscuit to stop in the middle of the stretch, drink a glass of water, and count to seven at the same time, you know. That takes training. Tess Harding
: Well, I'm not Seabiscuit.
: I don't want to be married to Tess Harding any more than I want you to be just Mrs Sam Craig. Why can't you be Tess Harding Craig? Tess Harding
: I think it's a wonderful name.
: He-woh, Daddy!