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Army-wives

Roland: Joan, his mother gave him up when he was two. His grandmother died. His last mother gave him up into the system. It stands to reason that he has issues.
Joan: I understand. It still hurts.

I hate school. I'm dropping out.

Emmalin

Pamela: I don't buy this 'just like old times' routine.
Roxy: Why not? It sounds like he's just lookin' for a new start.
Pamela: Yeah, maybe. Or maybe he's just trying to set me up so he can trash me on my review.

Claudia Joy, I am leader of the 23rd airborne. A leader stays in front of his troops. You know that. We can celebrate tomorrow.

Michael

What's to think about? He's your son.

Roxy

Roxy: Please forgive me.
Trevor: I was afraid I was losing you. I thought you were trying to replace me.
Roxy: What?
Trevor: I thought you didn't need me any more.
Roxy: That would never happen, ever.
Trevor: I love you.
Roxy: I love you, so much, sometimes I can't even breathe.

We all make mistakes, Roxy. Believe me. Look, what I've learned is you have to see things from your soldier's point of view. Now I'm not saying that what you did is the same as what I did to Frank, but you hurt your husband and you hurt your marriage, and you have to admit that if you want to make things better. You have to be honest with yourself and then you can be honest with him, and hope he understands.

Denise

Joan: I know it's crazy, but I feel like he's already ours. Like he was meant to be a part of our family.
Roland: Yeah, I like him too, Joan. But, uh, are we really prepared to raise a child with HIV?

Roxy: Look, I have told you that nothing happened. I do not understand why you don't get that.
Trevor: You don't get that every man in my unit thinks that my wife screwed around behind my back?
Roxy: But you know that I didn't!
Trevor: Do I?

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