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“Dana, I’m what the world considers to be a phenomenally successful man, and I’ve failed much more than I’ve succeeded. And each time I fail, I get my people together and I say, “Where are we going?” And it starts to get better. And that’s what you should do.”

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Dan: Watch the game with me.
Rebecca: No.
Dan: It’ll be great. I’ll tape it and we can watch it later tonight.
Rebecca: Nope.
Dan: Why?
Rebecca: ‘Cause you like me right now. And you love sports. And I think when you see those two things in a room together at the same time, I’m gonna look a little less like what you want.
Dan: I think you’re wrong.
Rebecca: I have to go back to my office.
Dan: First of all, what makes you so sure I like you right now?
Rebecca: Well you follow me everywhere I go and you ask me out all the time.
Dan: You’re reading way too much into that.
Rebecca: Dan–
Dan: See, you may have attended the Wharton School, but I graduated from a little institution called Dartmouth, and I took Psych 101, and on one or two occasions I went to class. So I know all about the likes of you, Miss Missy. You’ve built yourself a wall. A wall of pain. A wall whose bricks are made of pain, and whose mortar is made of tears, and whose… what’s the other one. There’s bricks and mortar and–
Rebecca: That’s it.
Dan: Really?
Rebecca: Just bricks and mortar.
Dan: There isn’t a third thing?
Rebecca: No.
Dan: Whatever. You got a wall.
Rebecca: I’m going back to my world now.
Dan: I’m gonna tear down that wall, Rebecca. Bit by little bit.
Rebecca: Okay. Bye.
Dan: I’m gonna tear it down! For I am Dan: Doer of Good Things Where Women are Concerned.

Every time I rewatch Sports Night I am stunned all over again by the amazing performance of Teri Polo.