Charley: You know the difference between you and me? I know my shame and I’ve dealt with my issues. But Jacob, despite the evidence of all of American history, your history, you can’t even acknowledge that your issues around whiteness even exist.
Jacob: How can I be better?
Charley: Drop out of the race?
Jacob: I can’t do that. I want to, I don’t even want to be a councilman but it’s too late for that now.
Charley: Wow. So there’s nothing that you can do.
Jacob: I can promise to work with you once I’m in office.
Charley: No. No, that is not good enough. Do better.
Jacob: I can’t just drop out of the race but maybe I can find a way to make myself unelectable, you know, throw the race.
Charley: I think I can help you with that.

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Charley: The arrogance of mediocre white men never ceases to astound me.
Jacob: It’s not arrogance, Charley, it’s power. I told you my family stops at nothing that gets in their way.

Nova: We celebrate this young king and queen today not only for their beauty but also for their brains. A round of applause to Keke who’s going to my Tulane University on a full visual arts scholarship…and our dear Micah West who’s taking his talents all the way across the country to Harvard.
Charley: My baby’s going to Harvard!