I have an attachment to the musical [South Pacific] because I was in our High School production . I know the songs and the dialogue and still got caught by one line. There is a scene where a local plantation owner is asked to undertake a dangerous mission on behalf of the US Navy. He declines. The officers try to persuade him by recounting all they are doing to fight the Japanese. He replies: "I know what you are against, but I do not know what you are for." — Cam Watts