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Julie Cooper: Oh honey, I thought you were going to wear your hair down. Pulled back like that, it’s a little harsh on your angles.
Jimmy Cooper: Okay, let’s go!
Julie: It’s going to be so amazing tonight. Are you going to wear the Donna Karan, Maris? I thought it was very forgiving.
Jimmy: You look beautiful, kid.
Sandy: Listen I was thinking. How would you like some free legal advice?
Jimmy: You wanna be my lawyer? How long do you want to send me away for?
Sandy: I got way too big an ego for that.
Jimmy: Yeah, well. That’s true.
Sandy: No, I wouldn’t be representing you. I’ve got a friend who’s a securities attorney. But I could help you put together a case.
Jimmy: Why would you do that? You don’t even like me.
Sandy: Well I’m a public defender. I represent a lot of people I don’t like.
Jimmy: Look, I get it from my wife every day. My daughters won’t talk to me. I got my ass kicked in front of everyone at the most elegant event of the year—I get it, okay man? I definitely understand.
Sandy: We can’t reschedule. The Lighthouse closes down tonight forever. It’s our last chance to get the best chicken parmesan in the business.
Jimmy: First the Lighthouse leaves Newport and then me. How poetic.
Sandy: What do you mean, you’re leaving?
Jimmy: There’s nothing here for me. There’s no opportunities. There’s no second chances.
Jimmy examining a package: Well there’s no ticking. So it can’t be from your mother.
Jimmy: When was the last time you took a look at the books?
Sandy: I don’t. That’s your job.
Jimmy: Well, we’ve basically blown through our entire budget.
Sandy: Wow, you’re really not so good at managing the money, are you Coop?
Jimmy: No. I’m really not.
Jimmy: My oasis is being violated. My happy place is very unhappy right now.
Jimmy: A man’s life comes down to a few decisive moments and maybe this meat loaf is one of them.
Club Owner: What are you, the dad?
Jimmy: What are you? The guy who’s my age and still thinks he’s 25?
Caleb: Besides, we’re family.
Jimmy: Right. Although, are we? I don’t know. I can’t keep track.
Jimmy: Hey, your mom has to wake up every morning and be Julie Cooper. That is punishment enough.
Jimmy: The woman I married wouldn’t stand for that. Nobody puts Julie Cooper in a corner.
Jimmy to Julie: I never heard you admit to having faults before. This is fun.
Julie: I was easier to love back then. I was beautiful and much nicer then.
Jimmy: Jules, c’mon. You’re still beautiful. and you were never that nice.
Jimmy: You’re right. I need to learn how to be a real dad. So I’m… leaving.
Hailey: So you moved to Hawaii. How is it?
Jimmy: It’s fantastic. You would not believe the North Shore.
Hailey: So I’ve heard.
Jimmy: What if I decided to stay? What if we gave it another shot? We’re both older and wiser now.
Julie: Well, I’m certainly wiser.