advertisement [after making a presentation for his son's class] Dan Rydell: What did you do? Casey McCall: I did what I do, Dan. I did what I do. Dan Rydell: You screwed up your romantic life in front of fifth-graders? Casey McCall: Is it nature's special time? Dana Whitaker: Oh, you know what, bite me so hard for that. Natalie Hurley: New York, the city of lights. Dana Whitaker: Paris is the city of lights. Natalie Hurley: We've got a lot of lights, Dana. Isaac Jaffe: Let me start by saying that: Dana, what I say in my office stays in my office. Dana Whitaker: Natalie's my number 2, she's the only one I told. Natalie Hurley: Jeremy's my boyfriend, and he's the only one I told. Jeremy Goodwin: I told many many people. Casey McCall: I speak four languages. Dan Rydell: You speak three languages. Casey McCall: I speak four languages. Dan Rydell: You speak German, French, and Italian. Casey McCall: I dabble in a little English. Rebecca Wells: We're divorced. Dan Rydell: You're separated. Rebecca Wells: It's the same thing. Dan Rydell: No it's not. That's why they have two words. "Separated" means you're thinking of getting divorced. It also means you're thinking of staying together.