Bridgette: What happened to you at Harvard?

Casey: What do you mean?

Bridgette: I don't know. Harvard's made you—

Casey: What? 

Bridgette: Just like, you're just different.

Casey: Different?

Bridgette: Yeah, just like, you know.

Casey: Well, in high school, I was different.

Bridgette: You were not. 

Casey: I was, I was. 

Bridgette: No, you were not.

Casey: You didn't see that part of me because I was studious.

Bridgette: You were not studious. I wrote half your papers.

Casey: That is true. Yeah, and you helped me write my college essay, which was very good.

Bridgette: I wrote your college essay. I spent a whole weekend writing that. I stayed up very late.”

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