Bridget Jones's Baby movie quotes bring the laughs to the comedy film, the third in the Bridget Jones franchise. Directed by Sharon Maguire, the movie was written adapted into from columns written by Helen Fielding by Fielding, Dan Mazer and Emma Thompson. Bridget Jones's Baby opened in theaters in the United States on September 16, 2016.
In Bridget Jones's Baby, Bridget (Renée Zellweger) finds herself in a great place in life. While she broke up with Mark Darcy (Colin Firth), things are looking up when she meets charming American Jack (Patrick Dempsey). Bridget hooks up with Jack, but then days later has a tryst with Mark, which causes enough conflicting feelings as it is.
So when Bridget learns that she's pregnant, she has no idea of Jack or Mark is the father of the baby. Her unforgiving doctor, Dr. Rawling (Emma Thompson), isn't much help, which sets off a sort of competition between the two lovers to become the alpha in Bridget's life and ultimate father of her baby.
Jack: Are you in love with him?
Bridget: I have been... in the past.
Jack: And me?
Bridget: I could be... one day.
Jack tries to get some idea of how he stands with Bridget in this Bridget Jones's Baby movie quote. Bridget doesn't seem to know if she loves either of the men, or much else.
Tom: Bridget, who do you want to be the father?
Bridget: I don't know.
Dr. Rawling: It's like the final of the X Factor. Dial 01 if you want it to be Mark and 02 if you want it to be Jack.
Bridget still doesn't know who is the father of her baby, something that some, like Tom, are approaching with compassion. Others, like Dr. Rawling, are approaching the situation with humor, though Bridget doesn't find it too funny.
Mark: So, you have no idea which of us is the father.
This Bridget Jones's Baby movie quote kind of explains the plot of the film in one sentence. Bridget is knocked up and does not know who fathered her unborn child. Where's Maury when you need him?
Bridget: Surely one of those dates is more likely.
Dr. Rawling: They're both equally likely. So do bring along the father if you can work out which one he is.
Looking for some insight into who is the father of her baby, Bridget asks for help from her doctor, Dr. Rawling. The doc offers no help whatsoever, and pretty much mocks Bridget's unique situation.