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Fred Packenstacker (Character)
from Damsels in Distress (2011)

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Damsels in Distress -- Whit Stillman?s hilarious comedy about a trio of beautiful girls set out to revolutionize life at a grungy American university and help severely depressed students through a program of donuts and tap dancing.
Damsels in Distress -- A trio of girls set out to change the male-dominated environment of the Seven Oaks college campus, and to rescue their fellow students from depression, grunge and low standards of every kind.
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From Damsels in Distress (2011)
Lily: There no logic to the algebra of love.
Fred Packenstacker: The algebra of love? Sounds like the title of some lame book.
Lily: It's a title but the book's not lame at all.
Fred Packenstacker: Love's algebra? I always thought it was more geometry.
Lily: Okay, the title's not good but the book is.
Fred Packenstacker: What's it say?
Lily: Well, that while we're all perverse in our preferences, there's actually this logic, or algebra to our perversity. And it has something to do with how the species has evolved
Fred Packenstacker: The survival of the species?
Lily: Yes, and whether it will continue to do so.
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