Um, all the old white men weren't acting old or white enough, so they sent their wimmins to bed and are now crowded into a tiny room drinking white people scotch and smoking white people cigars and acting all stupid and boring like only captains of industry can do.
Old White Guy: "How is your money? Mine is doing just okay."
Old White Guy: "I didn't earn it, I inherited it. Then I paid for a guy to find every tax loophole possible. And yet somehow still I'm so retardely unaware of my own privilege that I can actually have a problem with the estate tax. I'm like, Why shouldn't wealth accumulate to itself unhindered? How else can we retain our hegemony?"
Old White Guy: "I don't like people that aren't like us, very much. More people should be like us, and then I would like them. That would be a lucky break for those guys, to be liked by me."
Old White Guy: "It's so important for me to put my dick in things that I sometimes take a pill to convince my dick that it's wrong about not wanting to be put in everything all the time. It's like a little performance I'm doing, that nobody will ever see or care about."
Old White Guy: "I think it's unfair that other people think things are unfair. I think the word 'racist' is every bit as hateful as actual racist words."
David Estes: "Sometimes I could literally just open fire on you assholes."
Rex Henning gives a long, adoring blowjob/speech about Nick Brody that doesn't even give a shit about pretending to be about Walden, but Walden doesn't seem to mind.
Walden: "Can I talk to you for a minute? It's about our disgusting children."
Brody: "Yeah, I think we should act like human beings and report the fact that our children killed a woman and didn't tell anybody for like a week. I think that's pretty clear-cut."
Walden: "But is it though?"
Brody: "...Wait, isn't it?"
Walden: "It isn't. Why should those jerks ruin our careers? You heard Rex Henning's blowjob just now, right? You're pretty awesome."
Brody: "So you're not really considering a woman as your running partner?"
Walden: "What am I, gay?"