"Well there's this underground dance club tha-"
"You can stop right there Annie, you know I only go to the high ground."
Isn't this from Parks and Rec. From when Leslie is city councillor and this is some of the dialogue between her and Jamm
@The Crimson Haggerty, you, my very well cultured friend are correct, have an upvote
@The Crimson Haggerty, you just got Wan’ed
I think you mean whom.... either way... no one
@Smash Like Gaston, yes actually as the "who" is the object off (or recieving) the verb participle pair. For further information for anyone who may be confused:
when an action is taken on the "who" its "whom" such as "kelsey killed whom?"
When the the sentence addresses somethings relation to the "who," commonly referring to position, or the recepient of something being acted on, its "whom." Ie "for whom is the present?" "Kelsey gave that to whom?" Or "samuel stands above whom?"
YOU TURNED HE AGAINST MEEEE