In one shot, Gina takes her glasses off. In the next shot, they're back on.
John: "Winning the Greater Iceland Open is more prestigious than winning the gold medal in the Olympics in tennis."
Bryan: "I would have thought the runner-up in the Greater Iceland Open would have been more prestigious."
Gina: "I thought being a spectator in the Greater Iceland Open would be more prestigious."
John: "Having heard of the Greater Iceland Open is a personal triumph by comparison."
John: "For a fleeting moment, the very top nation on the medal tally at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney will be which prominent democracy?"
John: "Surely a sport, by definition, should be something we've all heard of."
Gina: "This whole schedule is just worked out to suit American television isn't it?"
John: "Well, they're paying for it, it might as well be worked out to suit them."
John: "I've got a very nice ... (into the phone) Pardon? ... I've got a very nice Mr. Clinton on the blower here who I have not ever had time to speak to."
John: "What I mean is, if I knew what it was for, it wouldn't be a contingency. That's what a contingency is for."