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Dana: I think it comes from reality.
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Dan: Yep. Just keeps going around and around.
Casey: Never stops.
Dan: That’s what makes it vicious.
Casey: And a circle.
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Dan: Which one?
Jeremy: That guy.
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.”
Dana: It’s kind of funny, if you think about it.
Dan: Yeah, ‘cause at the end of the day, it’s just a baseball game.
Dana: How is it not funny?
Dan: It was an idiotic dating plan, Dana. What did you think was gonna happen? Forget that he’s meeting all kinds of women, that was gonna happen. But the one he wanted was you anyway.
Dan: All this is doing is making him feel a lot less like the man he is, which is why he left Lisa in the first place. I know what he wants and I gotta say he’s done a pretty good job of going after it, which isn’t like the most natural thing in the world for Casey to do. And I know what you want, and all I’ve seen you do is hide behind this psychotic behaviour all dressed up as cute. He wanted you and he told you every possible way he could. You’ve just been hanging out in the men’s room.
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