George Wade: I'm now poor. When I say I'm poor, I mean we may have to share a helicopter with another family.
George Wade: If you have to go, just... go.
Lucy Kelson: What? What am I, five years old? This is my car.
George Wade: It's only a Volvo.
Lucy Kelson: People just don't go in Volvos.
George Wade: I'll buy you another Volvo.
Lucy Kelson: No! Besides, that is the only thing you'll ever remember about me... that I'm the woman who went on the front seat.
George Wade: Well, that would be hard to forget.
Meryl Brooks: I used to be afraid of being alone, then I got married. Now I'll never be alone again.
George Wade: I find you... annoying.
Lucy Kelson: Please don't tell me you called me out of a wedding to pick out a suit.
George Wade: This whole project is worth about 50 million in profits.
Ruth Kelson: No offense, but I think it's immoral for one person to acquire that much wealth. How do you sleep at night?
George Wade: Well, I have a machine that simulates the sound of the ocean.
Larry Kelson: Do those really work?
George Wade: Oh, yes, quite well actually.
George Wade: I own the hotel, and I live there. My life is very much like Monopoly.
George Wade: And did you tell Billy you loved him? Did you say, 'Billy, I love you'?
George Wade: Well, we obviously can't leave you alone with that stapler.
June Carter: Do you know what I like even more than chess?
George Wade: Pokémon?
Tony: All men are pawns when it comes to women.