Emily Thorne Quotes
Emily: Tell Margaux to leave Jack and Carl alone. She is doing everything she can to tear that family apart.
Victoria: Oh, Margaux. What's left of her family is nothing but rubble. She's in mourning.
Emily: Well she's got a really screwed up way of dealing with it.
Emily: What did you put in Jack Porter's drink?
Henchman: Is that really what you want?
Emily: I really want to shoot you in the head for what you did to my friend. But I'll settle for you turning yourself in and telling them Margaux was behind this whole thing.
Tearing a child away from a parent is unforgivable. Someone is going to pay.
[to Ben] Look, I'm sure there are a lot of things that you do better than me but this, this one thing, this twisted chess game with real stakes I'm better at than you.
Emily: He barely knows her.
Jack: I thought that's what dating was for. To get to know someone.
Emily: You have done and sacrificed so much for me. You know how much I care about you. But...
Jack: But what?
Emily: I can't, Jack. I'm sorry.
Jack: I realize my timing's terrible. I get that, but after Aiden..I know what it means to lose someone and I was trying to give you space.
Emily: So you're doing this now because you think I've moved on with Ben? Jack...
Jack: I'm doing this now because I can't watch you be with anyone else because for once we are both in a place to maybe start a relationship and after everything we've been through and at a time in my life when I don't know what the future holds, I have one certainty in my life Emily. One. And that is how I feel about you. It's always been you, from the moment Sammy ran up to you that day.
Emily: I don't know what to say. Things between us, Jack, they're messy.
Jack: Life is messy but...you find a way.
Jack: I know about you and Ben.
Jack: And you have to know that there's someone out there who's a better fit for you.
Emily: If you're gonna keep coming at me, you're going to have to be a hell of a lot smarter.
Margaux: You think you're invincible?
Emily: Not invincible just...better.
David: You were such a happy child, Amanda.
Emily: I was. That ended when I was nine.
Emily: Jack tends to keep things inside.
Ben: I'm getting worried. What happens when he runs out of space in there?
Ben: I do understand how hard it is to break people's trust in order to protect them. Not being able to be yourself, having to push people away, it gets to you after a while. It's lonely. So while I don't know exactly what you've been through, I know it must have been for the right reasons if you were willing to sacrifice so much.
Emily: Thank you for saying that.
Ben: So what do you say that tomorrow, we start over?
Emily: I'd like that very much.