College Road Trip (2008)
Trey Porter: You know, Sigmund Freud said the best way to understand women is by listening to them.
Chief James Porter: Did he say anything about understanding ten year-olds?
Trey Porter: In the future all video will be implanted in our brains.
Wendy Greenhut: [just finished singing 'We Wish You a Merry Christmas'] I love Christmas carols, don't you? Just give me a chorus of 'Joy to the World' and I'm as mad as a hatter!
Trey Porter: [whispering] They're crazy
[makes cuckoo sign]
Melanie Porter: [whispers] I know!
Chief James Porter: Life lesson. A lot of people think the moment a parent lets go of their child is at the wedding. Not me. Think he's crying because he's giving away his daughter? Uh-uh. It's because she's marrying this guy. Truth is, he said goodbye years ago, the day she left home. The trouble starts here. College application season. With over 4,000 colleges in the US, I developed five reasons for choosing the perfect one for my little girl. Academics, distance from home, campus safety, distance from home, and last but not least, distance from home. Which led us to the best choice. Northwestern. Forty miles from our house. Safe, great education. I can get there in 28 minutes, clocked. Now, you can never start a plan too early. I'm James Porter, Police Chief, husband, dad and the best part of my plan? When Melanie finished high school, she'd be going to Northwestern.
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