At Middleton (2013)
Emerson: The line between ambition and obsession can be much thinner than one might imagine. You would be well served to look down and see exactly where you are standing.
Conrad Hartman: Dad, I caved on the shirt, I'm not wearing the tie.
George Hartman: A young man in a tie makes a statement.
Conrad Hartman: What, that my father dresses me in the morning?
Conrad Hartman: You were right, Middleton's not so bad.
George Hartman: Let's take the long way home.
George Hartman: Your girl seemed very determined.
Edith Martin: Audrey. Yeah, I named her after Audrey Hepburn, but it was a serious miscalculation. I should have named her Benito.
George Hartman: A smartphone fascist.
Edith Martin: If Audrey had to give up either her phone or her kidney, she'd be on dialysis. I'm sure of it.
George Hartman: We came in the wrong door.
Professor Riley: There are no wrong doors. All the world's a stage.
George Hartman: Not in my world.
Conrad Hartman: What's the rush?
Audrey Martin: In case you haven't noticed, I'm a now kind of girl.
Audrey Martin: So, what are you going to study?
Conrad Hartman: I'm just keeping my options open.
Audrey Martin: Mmm, yeah, that's a really strong department.
George Hartman: Feckless? Let me guess, you're a high school English teacher.
Edith Martin: Wrong. How 'bout you? Wait, let me guess, let me guess. Are you a Brooks Brothers model?
George Hartman: I'm a cardiac surgeon. I was speaking with a patient.
Edith Martin: Hmm, so you can fix a heart over the phone?
George Hartman: Depends on the data plan.
Travis: It's okay, George. I still respect you.
Daphne: Yeah, I respect you too, George. Ya know, I'd let you dig around in my chest. Of course not today, but...