Rod: I'm gonna have the game of my life on Monday Night Football, and show all these mother****ers.
Jerry: Take care, okay? You're my entire client roster.
Rod: Don't I know it. Now go home to your wife.
Jerry: What's that supposed to mean?
Rod: Why are you even here, man? You could have told me all this over the phone.
Jerry: I don't know -- how's "dedication" for an answer?
Rod: You don't want to go home, do you?
Jerry: Why are you doing this to me, Rod?
Rod: I'm asking you a question --
Jerry: No, you're --
Rod: I'm trying to talk to you. How's your marriage?
Jerry: Not everyone has what you have.
Rod: Why'd you get married? I'm asking you as a friend.
Jerry: You're jabbing at me.
Rod: I'm sorry I asked.
Jerry: No, I'm going to answer you. You want an answer? I'll give it to you. Loyalty. She was loyal. Everything grew from there.
Rod: That's an answer.
Jerry: Damn right.
Rod: For loyalty, you buy a dog. For love, you get married.
Jerry: Look. I'm happy to entertain you, as always, but I have a question for you. Are we really "friends?"
Rod: Why not --
Jerry: Well, friends can tell each other anything, right? If we have our "friends" hats on --
Rod: I think so.
Jerry: Alright. Here's why you don't have your ten million dollars yet. You are a paycheck player. You play with your head. Not your heart. In your personal life? Heart. But when you get on the field -- you're a businessman. It's wide-angle lenses and who ****ed you over and who owes you for it. That's not what inspires people. I'm sorry, but that's the truth, can you handle it? Just a "question," Rod. Between friends.
Rod: I don't want to be friends anymore.
Jerry: Fine.
Rod: Beautiful.
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