You take my coupé and let me drive your car to town.
Plenty of gas.
I don't think there's much gas...
Come on Daisy, i'll take you in the circus wagon.
You take Nick and Jordan. We'll follow in the coupé.
Did you see that?
You think I'm pretty dumb, don't you?
Tom returns with Daisy and Jordan and Gatsby asks if they should go in his car but Tom thinks that they should trade cars for the trip into town. Gatsby doesn't really like the idea and tries to change his mind by saying that there isn't much gas but Tom is determined. (Pg.120-121)
Do you mean you've been to a medium?
I've made a small investigation of this fellow
Tom assumes that Daisy, as his wife, would accompany him in the car but she leaves him for Gatsby and tells Tom to take the others. (Pg.121)
Listen, Tom. If you're such a snob, why did you invite him to lunch?
Daisy invited him; she knew him before we were married- God knows where!
Tom, Nick and Jordan get into Gatsby's car and drive off, leaving Gatsby and Daisy behind. Tom is mad about that whole scene with Daisy and figures that Nick and Jordan know what's going on. (Pg.121)
Let's have some gas! What do you think we stopped for- to admire the view?
I'm sick, been sick all day.
Tom begins telling them about his investigation on Gatsby and how him going to Oxford was a lie. Jordan asks jokingly if he had seen a medium but he didn't. (Pg.122)
Tom clearly does not like Gatsby so Jordan asks him why would he even invite Gatsby over then if he was going to act like this, but the invite wasn't even his idea. Daisy wanted Gatsby to go over. (Pg.122)
Jordan had made Tom stop over to get some gas although he was so sure that it would last for their ride. They stopped over at Wilson's and thats when Tom started talking to him. (Pg.123)