Harper, we both know what you're capable of. So don't let me down.

Eric

It's not an apology if you put yourself at the center of it.

Harper

And they say social mobility is a mess.

Clement

Robert: You never talk about where you're from.
Clement: It gets to the point where they stop asking. But they never stop caring.

I don't know where we go from here. You have to decide because I can't work or be friends with anyone who would behave like that. And if he's pressuring you, you need to say now. I promise you I can understand that. This way of doing business, the silos, the possessiveness, the lying, it's going to stop. That article is just the start; this place is going to change, watch. If you lie to me again, you have no idea how cold the floor can be. And I won't be in your corner come RIF. Simple.

Daria

Eric: I heard whispers at the offsite Sara wants me gone, did Daria tell you that? What do you think you've just done to move the dial on their fucking agenda? Do you think either of them would protect you like I have? Brought you over here?
Harper: I told you I couldn't be more grateful.
Eric: What do you think your gratitude's worth to me if you can't keep your fucking word? I was the only one willing to ignore your non-target background, pull you out of wherever, and give you the success that might, let's say, excuse your personality. The massive fucking chip on your shoulder. You see how I carefully elided the fact that you're also a fucking liar? Or is that how you sustain the delusion that you actually belong here?

Remember, it's only an addiction if you can't afford it.

Clement

Piece of advice, if you sit there like window dressing, it's hard to come back. The quicker you open your mouth, the quicker they know you're an actual human being on top of everything else.

Daria

But I guess we just play with the hand we're dealt.

Maxim

Industry Season 1 Episode 5 Quotes

Remember, it's only an addiction if you can't afford it.

Clement

It's not an apology if you put yourself at the center of it.

Harper