Oh, don't you know? Tom has some woman in New York.
Daisy, Daisy, Daisy, Daisy,Daisy!!!!!!!!!
I told you to never mention my wife!
That man over there looks familiar to me.
Hello, I am Jay Gatsby. How are you doing old sport.
In this scene during chapter 1, Nick is having dinner at the Buchanan's when Tom gets a phone call. When Tom leaves the table to answer the call, Daisy gets up to follow him. The whole time this is happening Nick is confused why there is suddenly screaming coming from Daisy in the kitchen. Jordan who is also there having dinner informs Nick about Toms "other woman" from New York which is who was calling him.
I am still in love with Jay Gatsby!
In this scene during chapter 2, Myrtle and Tom are at a party and Myrtle is drunk. She is yelling at Tom saying his wife Daisy's name. Tom gets angry and tells her to never mention her and ends up hitting her and breaking her nose. She then starts to cry and Tom apologizes saying he didn't mean to.
I would always stand and stare at the green light at the end of your dock. I would dream about our future.
In this scene during chapter 3, Nick and Jordan are at one of Gatsby's famous house parties. Nick and Jordan sit at a table with a handsome young man who looks familiar to Nick. He introduces himself as the well known Jay Gatsby that Nick has never actually met but was invited to his party. He seems to call everyone "old sport".
You can't recreate the past Gatsby.
In this scene during chapter 4, it is the night before Daisy and Tom's wedding. Daisy receives a letter from Gatsby. She drinks herself to the numbness that night and cries in her bathtub about the situation. She still ends up marrying Tom and stays faithful to him.
In this scene during chapter 5, Nick planned a meetup for Gatsby and Daisy. At first, it was awkward and Gatsby was very shy but they soon started talking about their past. Daisy began to cry as he showed her his possessions. He told her about his nights looking across the water to Daisy's deck.
In this scene during chapter 6, Nick and Gatsby are leaving the party. Gatsby is upset that Daisy had such a bad time. He wants everything to be how it used to be before he left Louisville. He wants Daisy to be with him and leave Tom. Nick explains that he can't recreate the past but Gatsby believes he can and his money will help.
Yes I can! My money can do anything as far as Daisy is concerned