Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story Season 1 Episode 6: "The Twelfth of Never" Quotes
Your case, your divorce, might be the worst one I've seen in this county.Sid
The only thing an attorney ever did for me was lose. I can do that for free.Betty
Dan: All of my wealth, really, is in my law practice. I've had it evaluted, and if the court agrees, I intend to offer Betts half that value
Attorney: Would you sat that once you achieved success, Mrs. Broderick was happy?
Dan: The more money I made, the more she spent. But, no, she was never satisfied. If it was expensive, she needed it.
Attorney: How would you describe the support that Mrs. Broderick provided you when you began your legal career.
Attorney: How would you describe Mrs. Broderick's itemized expenses that she's using as the basis for her support allocation.
Attorney: Would you characterize Mrs. Broderick as driven by greed?
Dan: Yes, and frankly, I'm going to have to tighten my expenses very soon. Not just with a daughter going to college, but I am getting remarried and starting a new family. I anticipate there will be expenses in connection with that.
Betty: What was the moment this divorce really started.
Dan: April 12, 1969.
Judge: And what's the relevance of that date, for the record?
Dan: That was the date we got married, your honor.
Dan: If you're insinuating that this is some kind of plot, I didn't learn about Epstein credits until long after the separation.
Betty: Wasn't your first lawyer, Doug Layton, an expert in Epsteins?
Judge: Mrs. Broderick, you don't understand the point.
Betty: I don't think I do.
Judge: Mr. Broderick either paid your expenses or he didn't. You're looking for skeletons where there are none.
Betty: Did the end of our marriage have anything to do with Linda Kulkena.
Dan: Linda Kulkena had nothing to do with the end of our marriage.