//Talking about Myrtle's death in The Great Gatsby Klein: It's not like the trolley problem-- either swerve left and kill a car with 16 Dominican nuns, or swerve right and kill an adulterous woman who carries her surplus flesh sensuously?
//According to the title slide, the Great Gatsby Chapter 8 Presentation was authored by "Old," "Sport," and "Old Sport" Mr. Klein: "So, are you Old, Sport, or Old Sport?" Brian Morris: "I actually don't know; we have 4 people in our group!"
Anderson: So I don't see how you could turn "Gatsby" into an urban-themed movie called "G". Unless of course, we watch it. Which we are going to do. Right now. (excited pause) Anderson: Just kidding.
//An article says that a teacher has 32 years of experience //Anderson is faulting said teacher's interpretation of the novel Anderson: Good god! 32 years of teaching Gatsby? Student: And teaching it wrong, too! Anderson: If I am still teaching in 32 years, you have permission to come by and put me out of my misery.
//After finishing The Great Gatsby Mr. Anderson: Woah. That last line is famous. They make fun of it on South Park.
Mr. Anderson: After our Gatsby lecture last class, it is absolutely imperative that we all be on the same page. Is everyone with me so far? Shirley and Mario (in unison): We wit you so fah! Mr. Anderson: I appreciate your enthusiasm, but neither of you were here last class...