TUCKER CARLSON: That's all true, I agree with that completely, but it still doesn't absolve men of the responsibility to stop complaining about the cards are stacked against them, and man up and become me. Because you don't become a man until you assume responsibility.
DR. HELEN: What man would take such a raw deal? I don't consider that a man.
TC: Well, it's not, actually, it's not a raw deal. You derive deep satisfaction, as a man, by taking responsibility for other people. That's the only place you get deep satisfaction
DH: So, men are supposed to take a really bad deal and sign their rights away, and you call that a good deal? Look, you don't understand economic reward -
TC: Well, I did!
DH: You did, well, that's good, maybe you have a really good wife, but a lot of men don't feel that way.
OTHER GUY: Why hasn't a man written this book?She's doing a fantastic job in her interviews and I'll be doing an interview with her about the book and its reception once she finishes her current round of media appearances. She is, quite literally, giving a voice to the voiceless, because as she knows very well, the media will begrudgingly give her the microphone it will never permit the likes of Roissy, Roosh, or me, still less the men who are incapable of articulating the male case.
DH: Because men can't speak up. I'm here to speak up because people will actually listen to a woman. It's really unfortunate, I want the next man, and I'm hoping by this book, that this next man is out there.