Sopranos, this piece was written by monks who believed in God. They're singing not to other monks but to God. They're singing about God to God. And you think I'm a tough audience.
This is the spirit dissolving in the music carrying up to God. Open up and let her rip. Don't perform... create. Say, 'Muse, I hate you, but I hate you on my knees.' Scream, 'I am the infantile centre of the goddamn universe!' Everyone!
I go away for a while a look what happens. You let the whole place fall apart.
I won't make stupid threats but your not gonna run away with this guy because wherever you go, I can follow you.... even if it's to the woods in New Hampshire.
Male Interviewer: Tell us about a problem you've encountered.
Katie: My guidance counselor tried to keep me from applying to good schools. I thought she was my friend. She said she understood me and that I would be happier staying close to home, junior college or secretarial school. She hated me.
Male Interviewer: What action did you take?
Katie: I invited a senator who attended college here to speak at our school.
Male Interviewer: And what was the result?
Katie: I got a strong letter of recommendation from a U.S. Senator, was accepted early decision and they gave me lots of financial aid.
Male Interviewer: And what did you learn from this experience?
Male Interviewer: Of course.
Katie: Mrs. Castleman was a sneaky bitch. It was the first time I was betrayed by someone I trusted. I looked up to her. I didn't come close to understanding the depth to which she resented me. I learned that people who help me, who invest in me become my partners, and my success is their success that relationships are symbiotic. I learned responsibility based on others' faith in me. I hope to be able to pay some dividends to those investors.
Female Interviewer: How many pennies do you think it would take to fill this room?
Katie: With or without us in it?
Amanda: Word is, you slaughtered it. I talked to Brian whose brother dates that cold fish, Susan. Did you really call some lady a bitch?
Katie: Slight exaggeration.
Amanda: Yeah, they saw sixty people and liked exactly two - you and a North Korean girl who speaks eight languages.
Katie: They said that?
Katie: Do you know where Harrison is?
Embry: The tree hugger? I don't really keep tabs on him
Katie: Have you seen him lately?
Embry: Wouldnt you like to know
Katie: You piss me off like nobody else, you know that?
Embry: What are you gonna do about it, I want you to come away with me to the country house.