Best Man Down (2012)
Peter Syvertsen: Roger
Roger : Could somebody please pass the Mrs. Dash? She might be hiding with Mr. Dash.
Kristin : Oh, we don't know if there is a Mr. Dash, Dad. Maybe things didn't go too well after their wedding or something.
Scott : Well, maybe Mr. Dash had some things on his mind, and things that he has to take care of.
Kristin : I just wonder if Mr. and Mrs. Dash didn't go on a honeymoon and then after that, stop communicating.
Scott : Maybe Mrs. Dash should stop feeling sorry for herself.
Kristin : I think that Mrs. Dash is trying really hard and maybe feels under-appreciated.
Scott : [raising voice slightly] Maybe Mrs. Dash should remember she's not the only spice in the spice rack.
Roger : [reminiscing about Lumpy] Boy looked like he was a lot of fun.
Scott : He was a lot of fun, Roger. He wasn't a boy though. He was a man.
Kristin : Of course he was a man.
Scott : No, no, no. He was a real man. Just because he drank a little too much, and quit law school and he got fired from his job, it doesn't make him less of a man. 'Cause he was a man, Kris.
Kristin : Okay. We understand and we know you're upset...
Scott : [shouting] You asked me to pee sitting down!
Kristin : I thought it would be a nice compromise.
Scott : You wanted me to carry a purse, for Christ's sake.
Kristin : Why would he carry a purse?
Kristin : [raising voice] It was a man bag! And I was only pointing out that some men have found it efficient. They are in Europe mostly but...
Scott : We don't live in Europe. This is what I'm talking about. This is what I mean. Lumpy kept it real. He was a man.