Will Truman : Jack, she's just doing her job. I think that's the first time I used the words "Jack" and "job" in the same sentence without "needs to get a" in between.
Will Truman : Are you ready for a bag full of happiness, and I am not talking about your stoner days.
Will Truman : Jack! I have better things to do than go through every little meaningless job you've ever gone through because of a cute boss or I don't know, a good couch in the men's room. So will you just give me some space!
Jack McFarland : And so ends a scene from 'Mr. Bitch Goes to Washington!'
[Jack applauds him]
Will : Jack, I'm trying to do my job. Yeah, now that's the first time I've ever said 'Jack' and 'job' in a sentence without 'needs to get a' in between. I'm sorry. Grace is upset with her bathroom.
Jack : Yeah, cause it's too small for her. It's too small for Malibu Barbie. Will, why don't you just share your bathroom. Ya know, I think that's the first time I've said 'Will' and 'share' in a sentence without 'doesn't know how to' in between.