"You think I wasn’t paying attention? To you proving me wrong? I thought you were competent. Well, when you got here I thought you were an imbecile, but you got competent. And eventually, I had to accept that you were good enough. Good hands, thinks fast, acts faster. I mean, you’ll never be as good as me, but you’re very good. You’re putting all that talent in a drawer.”
"That’s how my father got his first job here. They wanted my mom, so she had to call the university and pull some strings, and find something for Thatcher to do. It’s called a trailing spouse."
Sarah Drew playing “Smash, Marry, and Kick” on Dish Nation.
My level of sarcasm’s gotten to a point where I don’t even know if I’m kidding or not.