Plato: "Nobody can help me." Mrs. Crawford "doesn't believe in psychiatrists," whom Plato calls "head-shrinkers."
Jim about his father: "He always wants to be my pal. If he had the guts to knock mom cold, then she's be happy and she wouldn't bother him."
Ray: "Go ahead. Hit the desk. You'll feel better ... It's easier sometimes than talking to your folks."
Frank Stark: "Well, you just get it off your chest, son." Jim: "That's not the point!" Frank: "You can't be idealistic all your life, son."
The scientist: "The universe will be little moved by our demise. We will disappear, destroyed as we began in a burst of gas and fire. In all the immensity of the gallaxy and beyond the earth will not be missed. The problems of man seem trivial and naive indeed, and man, existing alone, seems himself a thing of little consequence."
Jim's father, seeing Jim at the landing: "Hi Jim. You thought I was mom."
Judy's father: "It's just the age."
Frank Stark: "I wouldn't make a hasty decision. Nobody can make a snap decision. We've got to consider the pros and cons, make a list, get advice .... Have I ever stopped you from doing anything?"
Plato: "If only you coulda been my dad. We could have breakfast in the morning.
"What about children?" "We don I t encourage them. So noisy." "Nobody talks to children."
Jim, father-like: "He needs me." Judy, mother-like: "He needs you, but so do I, Jim."
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