Sam Donovan: You shouldn't think that just because I'm looking at you while you're talking to me, that I'm necessarily listening to or caring about what you're saying. It's just something I do to be polite.
Casey McCall: You have a crush on Hillary Clinton.
Dan Rydell: I carry a torch for her, yes.
Casey McCall: You're hot for Mrs. Clinton.
Dan Rydell: Well, who isn't? But in my case it's more than physical. It's cerebral.
Casey McCall: No doubt about it. I think we need to get you a CAT scan. And stat.
Dan Rydell: I would like to have an intelligent, high-minded, right-thinking, socially progressive, impressively pragmatic conversation with Hillary Clinton. Tomorrow morning I shall.
Casey McCall: Shall you?
Dan Rydell: Yes. And she will say, "My goodness. That Dan Rydell is such a bright young boy, so much more than sports scores and highlights. I think I'll make him my gentleman friend."
Casey McCall: Well, then, here's to you Mrs. Robinson.
Casey McCall: You are about five different kinds of crazy, you know that?
Dan Rydell: I mixed up! I inverted the definitions of "secular" and "nonsecular"!
Casey McCall: Looks like that might be the case.
Dan Rydell: Hilary Clinton thinks I'm an idiot!
Casey McCall: Either that or a religious bigot.
Dan Rydell: I went to an Ivy League school, Casey.
Casey McCall: A proud day for Dartmouth, Dan.
Casey McCall: Was there a stripper?
Dana Whitaker: At the party?
Casey McCall: Yeah.
Dana Whitaker: Yes, there was.
Casey McCall: Did he have a better body than me?
Dana Whitaker: Of course he had a better body than you, Casey. He was a professional male stripper.
Casey McCall: You know, let me tell you something. When we're asked, men know how to answer that question.