Gatsby: Hawks, I'm sick and tired of these childish games and it's time Chris Hale knew it.
Hawks: Why don't you go tell him?
Gatsby: Excellent idea. I shall.
Hale: Don't tell me how to run this train, Mr. Gatsby
Gatsby: Mr. Hale, I'm only asking you to read your own rules.
Gatsby: (to Elaine) This is a business trip for me. There's no place in business for sentiment. This is something you never seem to learn.
Gatsby: Do you think I paid good money to waste my time?
Hale: Tell it to me later, Mr. Gatsby. I've got work to do.
Gatsby: I'm sick and tired of waiting around here. When are we leaving?
Hale: When I decide it's time.
Hale: Seems like it always takes a while for folks to get acquainted. Especially with themselves.