I'll Do Anything (1994)
Nan Mulhanney: I couldn't help overhearing because I was intentionally eavesdropping.
Matt Hobbs: What did she do?
Beth Hobbs: I loved, helped, and supported in every way possible a businessman who committed the terrible crime of being financially imaginative with a pension fund.
Matt Hobbs: Washington? Washington, boy, that must have been a big adjustment.
Nan Mulhanney: It wasn't that bad. Both places have a lot in common: Over-privileged people, crazed by their fear of losing their privileges. Alcoholism. Addiction. Betrayal. The near total degradation of what once were grand motives. The same spiritual blood-letting. I kind of do miss the seasons, though.