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[first lines]

Voice of announcer: Let’s welcome our favorite alumnus and the next senator of the state of New York, David Norris.

 

[speaking in front of a crowd at a political rally]

David Norris: Thank you! 

[a woman in the crowd shouts his name]

Voice of woman in crowd: David!

David Norris: Thank you! Well, hi there. 

[the crowd cheers]

David Norris: My name is David Norris and I’d like to be the next senator of the great state of New York.

 

[speaking at a press conference with David standing beside him]

Michael Bloomberg: For the last eight years, David Norris has represented Brooklyn, New York city and America.

 

[speaking in front of a crowd at a political rally]

David Norris: This is not gonna be easy gettin’ there, I have some real opposition. And what they’re saying about me is that I’m too young to hold this office.

 

[speaking in front of a crowd at a political rally]

David Norris: But that’s okay, cause even the same people who say that young people don’t vote, young people don’t care about politics, but I’m here to tell you, you’re future is about you’re choices, not theirs. So today I’d like to put them on notice, because come November I want them to know that it was young people like you who kicked their asses.

[the crowd cheers]

 

[answering his cell phone]

Harry Mitchell: Yeah. 

Richardson: Any ideas?

Harry Mitchell: I’m working on it.

Richardson: Keep me posted.

Harry Mitchell: Yeah.

 

[in his hotel David watches the CNN news show TV as they discuss him]

CNN News Presenter: David Norris, until recently he was way ahead of the polls. Mary Matalin and James Carville are here. Uh…Mary, this is a…a surprise still.

Mary Matalin: It is a surprise. Such political promise, his compelling story. He grew up in a rough neighborhood in Brooklyn, he overcame the loss of his entire family. His mother and his brother when he was ten, his father before he got to high school. He got over that. He had such promise.

CNN News Presenter: And…and he was what, the youngest person ever elected to the house of representatives, James?

James Carville: Yeah, he was elected when was actually twenty four. But he gets into a bar room fight the night that he’s elected! I kinda like this, all right. Then you have this photo coming out in The Post. I think that the cretion of this stuff was just too much for the voters. I…I, there…there…was su…there kinda reeked of some level of…of imaturity here, of impulsiveness.

Mary Matalin: People want maturity, they want adults in congress.

 

[four men in dark suits and hats walk on the rooftop of a building and stand at it’s edge]

Richardson: Big night for us, gentlemen. Everybody ready?

[the men nod in agreement. Richardson looks at Mitchell]adjustment-bureau-4

Richardson: You look exhausted. You should take a vacation when all this is finished. You’ve earned it.

Harry Mitchell: I’m not sure the kind of tired I am can be fixed by a vacation.

Richardson: Everybody needs a vacation. Even us. All right, let’s get him back on track.

 

[after losing the votes in Suffolk County]

Kar: NBC has us up next.

David Norris: I’m gonna go work on my speech.

[he starts walking away]

Charlie Traynor: David? David? Hey?

David Norris: I’m sorry I wasted your time, Charlie.

 

NBC News Presenter: NBC is now calling the election for Roger Lynnfield. After a shockingly a poor showing at Suffolk County and his home county Kings, it now appears David Norris will lose this election badly.

 

[David is in the men’s bathroom practicing his speech when he hears a noise]

David Norris: Hello?

[Elise comes out from one of the booths]

David Norris: It’s the mens.

Elise Sellas: Yep. Sorry about that. I didn’t mean to eavesdrop, I just didn’t know what to do. Because I heard you come in and say hello and I probably should have say hi, but then I thought that would be weird, cause it’s the mens. Um…and then you started talking to yourself and…and it was obviously very personal, so I was kinda stuck in no mans land. And uh…then it all got it to be too much, so I came out.

David Norris: Wh…What are you doing in here?

Elise Sellas: Just…I’m hiding from security.

David Norris: Why?

Elise Sellas: I crashed a wedding, upstairs.

David Norris: People still do that?

Elise Sellas: It was a dare.

David Norris: Who dared you to crash a wedding?

Elise Sellas: Me.

David Norris: Oh! I crashed a wedding once.

Elise Sellas: Did you?

David Norris: Yeah. In high school.

Elise Sellas: Oh! 

[they both start laughing]

David Norris: But I got caught, I spent the night in jail.

Elise Sellas: I think that happened more that once from what I heard.

 

Elise Sellas: You’re that guy running for senate, aren’t you?

David Norris: Yeah, I am that guy.

Elise Sellas: And judging from your speech, you’re not winning?adjustment-bureau-3

David Norris: No.

Elise Sellas: Oh, that’s too bad the other guy’s such a tool.

David Norris:[laughing] He is a tool! I…I wish I could have made that clearer in the campaign ads.

Elise Sellas: Yeah, I mean personally I think mooning your friends at a college reunion is no big deal.

David Norris: The Post did not have to run the photo.

Elise Sellas: Oooph, what a page!

David Norris: Yeah, I know.

[they both laugh]

Elise Sellas: It’s my favorite moment of your whole campaign.

David Norris: Really? I could have used you on my team a couple months ago.

Elise Sellas: Yeah, I could help poll test every word that comes out of your mouth before you say it.

 

David Norris: Oh, you like politicians then.

Elise Sellas: I like it when they do stuff I can relate to.

David Norris: Like pull their pants down.

Elise Sellas: I love that.

[they laugh]

David Norris: See that kind of candidate wouldn’t even get elected to the student council.

Elise Sellas: My guy would know how to tie his own tie.

David Norris: It’s a clip on.

Elise Sellas: Oh, I wish. That would have been my other favorite moment of your campaign.

 

Elise Sellas: Do you still have a chance? Is it over?

David Norris: He…he crushed me.

Elise Sellas: Sorry.

David Norris: Well, losing has it’s advantages.

Elise Sellas: Like what?

David Norris: Uh…for one thing as a politician you’re never really alone unless you’re asleep or in the bathroom, usually. Uh…that gets…that gets old.

Elise Sellas: Really?

David Norris: Yeah, I mean I guess I’m mostly just looking forward to having sometime by myself.

Elise Sellas: I don’t buy it. I think you’ll love it.

David Norris: It…do I know you?

[they start to laugh]

David Norris: Yeah, I guess I could have been more convincing.

Elise Sellas: Okay, you don’t have to worry about being convincing till the next election.

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David Norris: Are you a registered New York voter?

Elise Sellas: Do I sound like I am?

[they look at each other and suddenly start kissing passionately]

David Norris: Holy shit!

 

Elise Sellas: I gotta go. Sorry.

[she runs out of the bathroom]

Charlie Traynor: Wow!

[to Charlie]

David Norris: Hang on.

Are you gonna do your speech?

David Norris: Hang on.

[David goes after Elise]

David Norris: Hey? Hey?

[she stops and two security guards call out to her from down the corridor]

McCrady: Ma’am?

Elise Sellas: I gotta go.

McCrady: Ma’am?

[she loosens David tie]

Elise Sellas: That is so much better.

McCrady: She’s on the move.

[she turns and runs to get away]

 

[giving his concession speech in front of his campaign supporters]

David Norris: But we had a rule in my neighborhood, when you got in a fight, it wasn’t whether or not you got knocked down. It’s what you do when you get back up.

[the crowd cheers]

David Norris: And I came here to tell you tonight that I will get back up!

[the crowd cheers again but David goes quite]

David Norris: Um…that’s bullshit! We…we didn’t have that saying in my neighborhood. It’s just one of those phrases that uh…that has some attraction with a focus group and so we kept using it. That’s not true. You know nineteen ninety eight I did a cover for GQ, the title was ‘Youngest Congressmen Ever’, and since then every story I tried to explain how I got here so fast. And…and the word that people kept uh…using was authentic and…

[the crowd cheers and claps]

 

[continuing his speech in front of his campaign supporters]

David Norris: But here’s the problem, this isn’t even my tie. This tie was selected for me by a group of specialists, in Tenafly New Jersey, who chose it over fifty six other ties we tested. In fact, our data su…suggests that I have to stick to either a tie that is red or a tie that is blue. A yellow tie made it look as if I was taking my situation lightly and I may in fact pull my pants down at any moment.

[the crowd laughs]

David Norris: A silver tie meant that I’d forgotten my roots. My shoes, you know shiny shoes we associate with a high priced lawyers and bankers. If you want to get a working mans vote you need to scuff up your shoes a little bit, but you can’t scuff ’em so much that you alienate the lawyers and the bankers, cause you need them to pay for the specialist back in Tenafly.

 

[continuing his concession speech]

David Norris: So what is the proper scuffing amount? Do you know we actually paid a consultant seventy three hundred dollars…

[he turns to his campaign aids standing in the stage wings]

David Norris: Was…was it seventy three hundred dollars, Charlie?

[Charlie whispers something to the other campaign aids]

David Norris: Seventy three hundred dollars for a consultant to tell us that…

[he takes off his shoe and brings it up to show everyone]

David Norris: …this is the perfect amount of scuffing.

 

[sits down next to Mitchell on a park bench]

Richardson: He is to spill his coffee on his shirt by seven oh five. Seven oh five at the latest.

Harry Mitchell: I’ll get him as soon as he enters the park.

[Richardson gets up to leave]

Richardson: Can’t imagine being on this guy as long as you have.

 

[David watches the morning news on TV]

Female News Presenter: RSR Venture Capital announced yesterday that former Congressman, David Norris would become a senior partner. Norris led an unsuccessful bid for senate last month, but his concession speech was considered by many to be electrifying and has made him the obvious front runner in the two thousand ten senate race. Investment banker Charles Traynor founded RSR under the countries most successful venture capital firm. Traynor is a childhood friend of Norris and was the Chairmen of his senate campaign.

 

[talking on the phone to Charlie]

David Norris: Hey, I just saw you on TV. 

Charlie Traynor: Really?

David Norris: Mmm.

Charlie Traynor: What did I say?

David Norris: You’re bald.

[Charlie laughs]

Charlie Traynor: Nice.

David Norris: Yeah, it was weird too because it was a financial show. But they were really, just kinda captivated by your receding hairline.

Charlie Traynor: I gotta go, you jackass!

David Norris: [laughing] Bye.

 

[man in the park calls out to Norris]

Man in Madison Square Park: Congressman? I have to tell you, I really admire what you did last month.

David Norris: Oh, thank you. I appreciate it.

Man in Madison Square Park: I…I wish there were more politicians like you.

David Norris: Thank you. I’m retired now. I had to go get a real job.

Man in Madison Square Park: You’ll do well.

David Norris: Thank you.

 

[Norris notices Elise asleep on the bus he’s just got on and takes the sit next to her, she wakes up and sees him]

Elise Sellas: Oh my God!

David Norris: [jokingly] Have we met?

Elise Sellas: You look vaguely familiar, yeah.

David Norris: Yeah. Waldorf, men’s room.

Elise Sellas: You got it. Were you just staring at my legs while I slept?

David Norris: I was defenseless against the small dress stare.

Elise Sellas: It’s a skirt!

David Norris: It’s a belt.

 

David Norris: What is it with you and the argyle?

Elise Sellas: What is the deal with you and the boring shades of blue?

David Norris: My clothes match!

Elise Sellas: Did your team pick that out for you or…?

David Norris: No team. Team is gone.

Elise Sellas: Wow!

David Norris: I did it all by myself.

 

Elise Sellas: I saw your speech.

David Norris: Yeah, the speech. Somethin’ must have got into me.

[his cell phone rings loudly]

Elise Sellas: Wow! That is somethin’.

David Norris: Really, up against the moment.

[he takes out his cell phone from his pocket and answers it]

David Norris: Hello? Hello?

[he gets no reply]

David Norris: Doesn’t even work.

Elise Sellas: Could that ring any louder? You pretty much had that maxed out.

David Norris: [laughing] It’s a new phone.

 

Elise Sellas: Are you gonna run again?

David Norris: Don’t know. I’m startin’ a new job today.

Elise Sellas: You have to run again, you can’t do that. The country’ll end up being run by tools like Lynnfiled.

David Norris: Kinda is.

 

[the coffee in Norris’s hand spills on Elise’s skirt]

Elise Sellas: Wow!

David Norris: Oh, sorry! I don’t know what just happened.

 

David Norris: Here, I’ll pay for the dry cleaning.

Elise Sellas: No. It’s really fine. Please don’t.

[she counts the money in his wallet]

Elise Sellas: Wow!

David Norris: Seven bucks will probably cover it.

[the both laugh]

Elise Sellas: You keep that. You might need it.

David Norris: You know what, here?

[he gives her a card] 

David Norris: You write your number down and then I will call you and come and pick up your skirt?

Elise Sellas: Oh, my goodness me! That is very smooth.

 

[Charlie shows up unexpectedly at the cafe]

Charlie Traynor: David, there’s a crowd of people waiting for you to give the announcement speech at the Brooklyn Bridge right now.

David Norris: I know. I know.

Elise Sellas: What, you’re announcing today? You can’t sit this for a minute.

David Norris: I know. I know. I…I told you I’m not gonna let you out of my sight. I…

Charlie Traynor: David, what the hell?

David Norris: Do you…do you wanna come? Do you wanna watch?

Elise Sellas: Yeah. No! I mean I…I can’t I have to go and rehearse. Actually, I just found out that they’re moving my rehearsal to Pier 17, right next to the bridge. 

David Norris: You know what, why don’t we just…we’ll postpone it? We’ll do the speech another time.

Elise Sellas: No! David, come on! You can’t do that.

Charlie Traynor: Thank you.

Elise Sellas: You can’t do that. You have to go!

 

Charlie Traynor: David, she’s rehearsing so close. It’ll take you three minutes to get there after the speech.

David Norris: All right. Well…

Elise Sellas: Just go on with your plan.

[they get up to leave the cafe]

 

McCrady: Shifting her rehearsal to location seventeen was a genius move.

Richardson: We’re not out of the woods yet.

 

[after Richardson from afar interrupts them from having a real kiss, David kisses Elise on the cheek]

McCrady: We’re okay.

[Richardson gives a sigh of relief]

 

[as he’s about to leave]

David Norris: Look, whatever happens, I’m not gonna let anything come between us again.

Elise Sellas: Okay.

David Norris: I’ll see you soon.

 

[giving his announcement speech on Brooklyn Bridge]

David Norris: Well, I have to say it’s good to be back in Brooklyn.

[the crowd cheers]

David Norris: There’s been a lot of speculation as to whether or not I would run for a senate seat here in the state of New York. I came her today to put an end to that speculation and to tell you unequivocally, I will seek the senate seat for the great state of New York.

[the crowd cheers]

 

[after his speech ends David notices Richardson and McCrady in a building nearby]

David Norris: Uh…okay. I gotta get to Pier 17.

Charlie Traynor: Hey, do the interview and you can do whatever the hell you want with the rest of your day.

David Norris: Just…just handle the interviews for me. I’ll talk to those guys tomorrow.

Charlie Traynor: David, this is gotta go in tonight’s news.

David Norris: I gotta go see Elise right now!

Charlie Traynor: David! Everytime you get close, you do somethin’ to mess this up.

David Norris: This is different.

 

[as they watch David frantically trying to find a connecting phone line]

Richardson: I took out everything for three blocks.

McCrady: This guy’s a pain in the ass.

Richardson: Come on, let’s go talk to him.

 

[they stop David in the street]

Richardson: It’s whole world of women out there. Thought we established this one was off limits?

David Norris: It’s been a while, I must have forgotten.

Richardson: Doesn’t change the fact.

David Norris: You put us together three times. 

Richardson: That wasn’t us. That was just chance.

 

David Norris: Why do you want to keep us apart?

Richardson: Because the plan says so.adjustment-bureau-10

David Norris: Well, then you misread the plan.

Richardson: No. There’s no misreading the plan when it comes to you and Elise.

David Norris: The plan’s wrong!

Richardson: You know who wrote it?

David Norris: I don’t care.

Richardson: You should really show a little respect.

 

 

David Norris: If I’m not supposed to be with her, how come I feel like this?

Richardson: It doesn’t matter how you feel. What matters is what’s in black and white.

David Norris: What? You don’t know why I’m not supposed to be with her do you? That’s why you can’t tell me. You don’t know.

[he walks away from them]

Richardson: Who is this guy?

 

[after he’s found out where Cedar Lake is and failing to stop a taxi to get him there]

Richardson: Maybe you should try the subway?

David Norris: Don’t all these taxis you’re diverting have plans too? huh? How long are you gonna keep that up? Twenty minutes? An hour? Wow, the ripples must just be endless! I don’t care what you put in my way, I’m not givin’ up!

 

[after noticing David in a taxi speeding away to get to Elise]

Richardson: Set a traffic jam on Broadway.

McCrady: Too many ripples.

Richardson: He’s getting out of range! 

McCrady: I don’t know what to do, you’re reaching your limit!

 

[as David sees Elise rehearsing in the Cedar Lake dance studio]

Richardson: It’s too late! He’s already seen her! 

[David turns and sees Richardson]

Richardson: You hit your ripple limit. You can celebrate now. This is gonna get upstairs.

[McCrady’s cell phone rings]

McCrady: It’s Thompson. He has no idea what he’s up against.

 

[to Richardson]

Donaldson: The intense chemistry between them. Constant deflection points and the kicker. You pulled them away twice, only to have chance put them back together again. All that seems a little much, so I asked Burdensky to do some research this morning. Have you been in here before?

[Richardson doesn’t answer]

Donaldson: No, of course not.

Burdensky: It seems like David Norris and Elise Sellas were meant to be together, because they were meant to be together.

Richardson: Wait…what?

Donaldson: In the seventies, when he was born, they were meant to be together. The same thing in the eighties, nineties.

Burdensky: Wasn’t until two thousand five that the plan changed and she was supposed to stay with Adrian

 

[as Elise and David are out walking in the streets of New York]

Burdensky: [voice over] The problem here is there are remnants from all those old plans that keep pushing them together. They still feel like they belong with each other, even though they don’t. And we’re about to tear them apart again.

 

Richardson: You spend your whole career hoping someday you’ll get a red letter case, something you’ll really make a name for yourself with. Finally you get one, it’s booby trapped. 

Harry Mitchell: What?

Richardson: I’m saying, it wasn’t your fault. They were meant to be together.

Harry Mitchell: What?

Richardson: Were, in an earlier version of the plan. Actually a dozen earlier versions. I always wondered how we had such bad luck? That she was on that particular bus, on that particular day.

Harry Mitchell: How could a plan just change like that?

Richardson: I don’t know. It’s above my pay grade.

 

Donaldson’s Aide: So we’re going operational. This is exciting, it’s been a while.

Donaldson: We’re not going operational. No one ever made it to my job by taking stupid risks. 

Donaldson’s Aide: So, what are we gonna do?

Donaldson: We’re going to keep this case upstairs, to use someone with the latitude to clean up this mess without breakin’ into a sweat. We’re gonna bring in Mr Thompson.

Donaldson’s Aide: Thompson. When he was in the field, his nickname was..

Donaldson: The Hammer. Yes. He’ll crush this little romance with a flick of his hand and force them back on plan again.

 

David Norris: Oh, why ruin a really nice day?

Elise Sellas: Come on! 

David Norris: No, I don’t dance.

Elise Sellas: Oh, come on! Everyone can dance. You just feel the music.

David Norris: Huh. Well, I’ve been told that I have trouble feeling.

Elise Sellas: Who told you that?

David Norris: A long list of women.

Elise Sellas: Oh, that’s gross! Okay, you know what? Let’s race to that lamp post. You win, I dance for you. I win, you dance for me.

David Norris: On the pole?

Elise Sellas: If you like, yes.

David Norris: All right. This is serious, what are the rules?

Elise Sellas: There are no rules.

[he suddenly starts running]

Elise Sellas: Oh! You bastard! Oh, my gosh!

[she starts running after him]

 

[dancing at a club]

David Norris: Let me go home and get my tux?

Elise Sellas: Definitely don’t do that.

[she takes off his tie]

Elise Sellas: It’s good. It’s good.

David Norris: I should never have come back here again without my backup dancers.

[Elise laughs]

 

Elise Sellas: Did you grown up over here?

David Norris: Yeah. Yeah. Three blocks over that way, behind New Street. My whole childhood.

Elise Sellas: What were you like as a kid?

David Norris: Oh, I’ve spent about half my time in the principles office up until the sixth grade.

Elise Sellas: [laughing] Wow!

David Norris: Yeah, that was when my…my mother and my brother died within a month of each other, so.

Elise Sellas: I’m sorry.

David Norris: No, it’s all right. You know, I always tell that story about how I got inspired to go into politics, because my dad took me to the senate gallery and we sat together, and that’s true. Um…but what I leave out is the uh…he did that right after they died and I was bottoming out. So he wanted to get me out of here for a little while, and he planned this road trip to DC. And I think it’s cause JFK was his idol. Um…and we went and sat in the gallery and I remember watching him watch them. And I knew that’s what I wanted to do. I wish they were here to see all this.

[he looks at]

David Norris: I was…I didn’t expect to tell you any of that.

[Elise leans in to kiss him]

 

[after she ends the call with Adrian, the morning after she’s slept with David]

Elise Sellas: I’m so sorry. 

David Norris: That’s all right. Everything okay?

Elise Sellas: Yeah. Oh my God! That was so weird. I woke up and you weren’t here, and then the phone rang and it was my ex, which is just so strange.

David Norris: Yeah, sorry. I guess we hadn’t gone into any of that stuff yet.

Elise Sellas: Right. You know we broke up a while ago and…and it’s over. And then he calls four times in one morning.

David Norris: He called you four times this morning?

Elise Sellas: Um-hmm. 

David Norris: How long have you guys been broken up?

Elise Sellas: Um…three months. It’s like he knew I was with someone else.

 

[referring to her relationship with her ex, Adrian]

David Norris: Was it serious?

Elise Sellas: We were engaged.

David Norris: So, not really that serious?

[she laughs]

Elise Sellas: Right.

David Norris: Well, what happened?

Elise Sellas: Do you wanna know this?

David Norris: Yeah.

Elise Sellas: Um…he was a great guy. Brilliant choreographer and dancer and…we had the same group of friends. We’d known each other a long time.

David Norris: He sounds great. Why didn’t you marry him?

Elise Sellas: Because of you. I’m not a hopeless romantic. I’d never allow myself to be that way. But once I felt, even for a moment, what I felt with you. You ruined me. I didn’t want to settle for less.

David Norris: I know the feeling.

Elise Sellas: Scares the shit out of me.

David Norris: I’m not gonna hurt you.

Elise Sellas: You don’t need to say that.

David Norris: I’m not gonna hurt you. This is the first time in…in twenty five years that I don’t feel like I’m by myself.

Elise Sellas: Ooph! That’s an awful lot of responsibility for me. I don’t know if I’m quite comfortable with that.

[they both laugh]

David Norris: Too late.

 

David Norris: You know I’m supposed to go to a uh…an interview right now. What if I told you I wasn’t ready to let you out of my sight quit yet?

Elise Sellas: Sounds good.

David Norris: You wanna go?

Elise Sellas: Yes.

 

[after David’s TV interview is finished]

Thompson’s Aide: Excuse me, Ma’am? 

[we see one of Thompson’s aide dressed up as a TV backstage employee]

Elise Sellas: Yes.

Thompson’s Aide: Congressman Norris asked me to give you a message. He was just called into a meeting, he says it’s urgent.

Elise Sellas: Oh, okay.

Thompson’s Aide: He said he’ll call you as soon as he’s out and I’ll see you at the show tonight.

Elise Sellas: Okay, thank you. Thanks.

 

[after being locked up in am empty studio]

Thompson: Frustrating, isn’t it? My name is Thompson.

David Norris: Whatever happened to free will?

Thompson: We actually tried free will before. After taking you from hunting and gathering to the height of the Roman empire, we stepped back to see how you’d do on your own. You gave us the dark ages for five centuries until finally we decided we should come back in. The Chairman thought that maybe we just needed to do a better job with teaching you how to ride a bike before taking the training wheels off again. So we gave you raised hopes, enlightment, scientific revolution. For six hundred years we taught you to control your impulses with reason. Then in nineteen ten, we stepped back. Within fifty years you’d brought us world war one, the depression, fascism, the holocaust and capped it off by bringing the entire planet to the brink of destruction in the Cuba missile crisis. At that point the decision was taken to step back in again before you did something that even we couldn’t fix.

 

Thompson: You don’t have free will, David. You have the appearance of free will.

David Norris: You expect me to believe that. I make decisions everyday.

Thompson: You have free will over which toothpaste you use, or which beverage to order at lunch. But humanity just isn’t mature enough to control the important things.

David Norris: So you handle the important things? Well, the last time I checked the world’s a pretty screwed up place.

Thompson: It’s still here. If we’d left things in your hands it wouldn’t be.

 

David Norris: Tell me why I can’t be with Elise? Because the last guy didn’t know.

Thompson: Meeting Elise at The Waldorf wasn’t chance. That was us. We knew she’d inspire you to give that speech. That speech that brought you back from the edge of oblivion and over night made you the front runner in this coming election.

David Norris: Are you just saying you want me to win the election?

Thompson: This one. And four more after it. And I’m not just talking about elections for senate. You can matter, David. Really matter. What your father wanted when he took you to the senate gallery when you were ten. What your brother wanted when he made you promise the day before he overdosed, that you wouldn’t be like him. Why do you think you have that yearning to be in front of people? That terrible emptiness when you’re not?

David Norris: Don’t do that.

Thompson: David, you can change the world. But that doesn’t happen if you stay with her.

 

David Norris: Why do you people care who I love?

Thompson: It’s not about her. It’s about you. What being with her does to you?

David Norris: What it does to me? I’m better when I’m with her. Even you said it, the speech.

Thompson: In small doses, Elise was the cure. But in large doses she rubs off on you.

David Norris: Stop.

Thompson: David, the president can’t be a loose cannon.

David Norris: Stop talking. It’s not working.

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