"You dream, you. You absolute little dream." (Fitzgerald 117).
"Your wife doesn't love you, she's never loved you. She loves me." (Fitzgerald 130.)
"You must be crazy!" (Fitzgerald 130).
Everyone is at the Buchanan's house for lunch and while Tom is in the other room, Daisy shows how careless she is about him, going over to Gatsby and kisses him on the mouth in front of Jordan, which Jordan finds impolite.
"What a low, vulgar girl!" (Fitzgerald 116).
Gatsby is caught by surprise when Daisy's daughter enters the room. He had never believed in the child's existence before.
Tom, Nick, and Jordan arrive at the crime scene
"...That yellow car I was driving this afternoon wasn't mine- do you hear? I haven't seen it all afternoon." (Fitzgerald 140).
Gatsby demands Daisy to tell Tom she doesn't love him and is leaving him. Tom refuses to believe that Daisy feels that way. Daisy is unable to say what Gatsby wants her to say and goes off to say she loves them both. "Even alone I can't say I never loved Tom, It wouldn't be true." (Fitzgerald 133).
Gatsby is outside the Buchanan's House
"...and this woman rushed out at us just as we were passing a car coming the other way, it all happened in a minute, but it seemed to me that she wanted to speak to us, thought we were somebody she knew." (Fitzgerald 143).
Gatsby allows Daisy to drive back from Manhattan and while on the way home, Myrtle runs out in the road and Daisy saw there was another car on the other side of the road so she couldn't do anything, but end up accidentally hitting Myrtle, killing her.
Tom questioned the policeman about what happened and found out a yellow vehicle hit and killed Myrtle. He reassured Wilson that he wasn't the one driving the yellow car and just arrived in the blue coupe.
Nick spots Gatsby hiding in a bush outside Daisy's house and reveals to Nick that Daisy was the one who hit Myrtle. He tells Nick he is hiding in the bush because he's worried about Daisy and Tom finding out so he is making sure everything is alright.