Daisy, everything Tom says is a lie, I promise. I'm so much better for you than him.
Tom, please just take me home. I can't stand it anymore.
Nick vs. Self
What a rotten crowd. I can't believe i ever let myself be friends with such terrible people like them.
Rest in peace, Mr. Jay Gatsby
Daisy vs. Self
Oh my goodness! When did you get all the money to buy a house like this?!
I bought it because it's just across the bay from your house. If it weren't for the fog, we could see the green light on the edge of your dock.
This is a representation of the scene in the novel when Gatsby is trying to reassure Daisy that choosing to leave Tom for him was a good idea. This scene depicts Daisy's poor morality because even though she loves Gatsby and even announced to Tom she loved Gatsby, she still is asking Tom for help. Daisy's actions show she's immoral because she is leading Gatsby on and is unwilling to follow through with her plans, even if they make her happier.
This scene shows when Nick attended Jay Gatsby's funeral, along with Gatsbys father and Owl Eyes. This scene shows Nick's dissillusionment because it's the first time he understands that his "friends" are very selfish and do whatever they want because their money can protect them. Nick realizes his friends are selfish because none of them show up to Gatsby's funeral or make any effort to call and ask about what they can do to help.
This scene accuretly exposes Daisy's materialistic manner and personality. When Daisy first sees Gatsby's hosue, she is completely ecstatic because she sees that Gatsby has the money to pay for the lifestyle she desires. Daisy's reaction to seeing Gatsby's house portrays how her life revolves around money and she only allows Gatsby to reenter her life because he is now rich and capable of keeping up with all the luxuries she craves.