Joe Morris: That's what I like about you. You are a good person. Ain't been corrupted by the world yet. Like a child. But, that's gonna change when you get rich.
Eunice Garrett: I love you, Bernard, but how is that any different from a white man telling you you shouldn't mind some daily assault on your dignity because you're black?
Matt Steiner: Drive-in ice cream shop. It turns out, people don't wanna eat ice-cream while driving their cars.
Joe Morris: When a white person screws you over, they can count on other white folks out there to look the other way. And just knowing that brings out the worst in people.
Banking Attorney: Today, the United States Senate Committee on Government Operations begins hearings on federally insured banks. We are concerned whether existing laws are adequate to guarantee the character, experience and integrity of people who acquire such banks, which are the cornerstones of American capitalism, foundation of the American dream.
Bernard Garrett: When I first met you, I thought you were an entitled playboy clown.
Joe Morris: No matter what, there's always something extra going on in the relationship. It's just the way shit is. And when you accept that, you can't get caught off guard when it rears its ugly head.
Bernard Garrett: The best place to learn about the present state of the real estate market is inside of a bank. We get that building, we'll be inside 12 of 'em. And next time, they'll think *twice* about refusing to make loans to us if we're their landlords.
Bernard Garrett: You saw things years before I did. Even about myself. Five minutes after meeting me.